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October 27, 2005
On October 26, 2005, MARGUERITE J. FREELAND (nee Johnson), beloved wife of the late Calvin E. Freeland, devoted mother of Myra Darden and her husband Alfred, loving sister of Austin Johnson, Louise Turner, Mary Gross, Irene Saunders and Shirley Griffin. Dear grandmother of Chatele Darden-Ward, numerous nieces and nephews and their families also survive A Memorial Service at St. Katherine's of Alexandria Episcopal Church will be announced at a later date. Interment private. Please omit flowers.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | April 30, 2012
The Ravens won't announce their latest undrafted free agent class until the players officially pass physicals and sign contracts, which will happen at some point before the start of the rookie mini-camp in the second week of May. But most - if not all of the names have come out and been confirmed - either on the player's Twitter accounts, by their college athletic departments or in media reports. Below are the undrafted free agents on the defensive side of the ball. The offensive players were discussed in a follow-up entry.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | March 13, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- With more than double the number of turnovers (17) as field goals (eight) at halftime, it seemed the magical mystery tour of Old Mill's No. 13 boys basketball team was just about over.The taller fourth-seeded Patriots (16-10), making their first Final Four appearance, were eventually dismantled, 64-50, by top-seeded Paint Branch's opportunistic defense, and the shooting of 6-foot-2 Division I prospect Riley Inge (26 points), although the Panthers' did not have a player taller than 6-3.Despite trailing by as much as 18 in the second and third periods, however, Old Mill made a game of it down the stretch.
NEWS
October 27, 2005
On October 26, 2005, MARGUERITE J. FREELAND (nee Johnson), beloved wife of the late Calvin E. Freeland, devoted mother of Myra Darden and her husband Alfred, loving sister of Austin Johnson, Louise Turner, Mary Gross, Irene Saunders and Shirley Griffin. Dear grandmother of Chatele Darden-Ward, numerous nieces and nephews and their families also survive A Memorial Service at St. Katherine's of Alexandria Episcopal Church will be announced at a later date. Interment private. Please omit flowers.
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By RICK BELZ | November 9, 1994
Howard Community College's men's basketball team is ranked No. 10 nationally among Division III JuCo teams as it gets ready to open its season this weekend.The Iron Horse Express lost a lot from last season's team that finished runner-up to Montgomery-Rockville in the regional championship game.But coach Wheeler Brown is optimistic."We're reloading not rebuilding," Brown said.Returning from a 23-7 team is Randolph Edison (Edmondson), a point guard who averaged 18.7 points and 7.5 assists and is a preseason second-team All-American.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec | April 30, 2012
The Ravens won't announce their latest undrafted free agent class until the players officially pass physicals and sign contracts, which will happen at some point before the start of the rookie mini-camp in the second week of May. But most - if not all of the names have come out and been confirmed - either on the player's Twitter accounts, by their college athletic departments or in media reports. Below are the undrafted free agents on the defensive side of the ball. The offensive players were discussed in a follow-up entry.
NEWS
By PAT O'MALLEY | March 12, 1992
Don't blame the Prophet for last week's horrendous outing in the science of prognosticating, and don't believe that stuff from the media that the Michelangelo virus did not strike.The Michelangelo bug may not have hit a lot of systems, but it sure got into the Prophet's,resulting in a 1-5 slate predicting the high school hoops playoffs. The pitiful effort left the Prophet at an overall 130-70 (65 percent)for the year.The only correct pick for the rage of a sage came in the boys 4A region semifinal at Meade.
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By Pat O'Malley | January 17, 1991
With three games having been made up last night from last Friday's postponements, the Prophet is reporting the results of only three other games today.Old Mill's stunning 68-62 upset of previously unbeatenand second-ranked Annapolis Tuesday night left the rage of a sage with a 2-1 record with three games pending.With 22 wins in a row since last year's loss to Baltimore's Dunbar, defending state champion Annapolis was the favorite by at least six points over the Patriots. Instead, the Pats won by six.Juniors Shawn Craig, who stands 6-foot-3, and Austin Johnson (5-9)
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff Dave Glassman contributed to this article | September 5, 1991
INDIVIDUAL STARS MAY be less brilliant, but overall team speed and talent is better. That's what many high school football coaches are saying this fall, after players such as Larry Washington and Raphael Wall have moved on to Division I college programs.Few argue that Poly, 19-1 during the last two years, deserves the top preseason ranking. The Engineers are on track for another run at the MSA A Conference championship. Loyola, Calvert Hall and City will chase them. Forest Park and newcomer Lake Clifton could surprise.
NEWS
December 17, 2008
On December 12, 2008, MARY J.; loving wife of Charles Scott Gross. She is also survived by three daughters, Charlene Gross, Joyce Carter, and Leslie Gross; three sisters, Louise Turner, Irene Saunders, and Shirley Griffin; one brother, Austin Johnson, and other relatives and friends. Friends may visit the Gary P. March Funeral Home, on Thursday, 11 A.M. to 7 P.M. Christian Wake will be held at 11 A.M. Followed by the Mass of the Resurrection at 11:30 A.M., on Friday at St. Katherine of Alexandria, Presstman and Division Street.
SPORTS
By RICK BELZ | November 9, 1994
Howard Community College's men's basketball team is ranked No. 10 nationally among Division III JuCo teams as it gets ready to open its season this weekend.The Iron Horse Express lost a lot from last season's team that finished runner-up to Montgomery-Rockville in the regional championship game.But coach Wheeler Brown is optimistic."We're reloading not rebuilding," Brown said.Returning from a 23-7 team is Randolph Edison (Edmondson), a point guard who averaged 18.7 points and 7.5 assists and is a preseason second-team All-American.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | March 13, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- With more than double the number of turnovers (17) as field goals (eight) at halftime, it seemed the magical mystery tour of Old Mill's No. 13 boys basketball team was just about over.The taller fourth-seeded Patriots (16-10), making their first Final Four appearance, were eventually dismantled, 64-50, by top-seeded Paint Branch's opportunistic defense, and the shooting of 6-foot-2 Division I prospect Riley Inge (26 points), although the Panthers' did not have a player taller than 6-3.Despite trailing by as much as 18 in the second and third periods, however, Old Mill made a game of it down the stretch.
NEWS
By PAT O'MALLEY | March 12, 1992
Don't blame the Prophet for last week's horrendous outing in the science of prognosticating, and don't believe that stuff from the media that the Michelangelo virus did not strike.The Michelangelo bug may not have hit a lot of systems, but it sure got into the Prophet's,resulting in a 1-5 slate predicting the high school hoops playoffs. The pitiful effort left the Prophet at an overall 130-70 (65 percent)for the year.The only correct pick for the rage of a sage came in the boys 4A region semifinal at Meade.
SPORTS
By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff Dave Glassman contributed to this article | September 5, 1991
INDIVIDUAL STARS MAY be less brilliant, but overall team speed and talent is better. That's what many high school football coaches are saying this fall, after players such as Larry Washington and Raphael Wall have moved on to Division I college programs.Few argue that Poly, 19-1 during the last two years, deserves the top preseason ranking. The Engineers are on track for another run at the MSA A Conference championship. Loyola, Calvert Hall and City will chase them. Forest Park and newcomer Lake Clifton could surprise.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | January 17, 1991
With three games having been made up last night from last Friday's postponements, the Prophet is reporting the results of only three other games today.Old Mill's stunning 68-62 upset of previously unbeatenand second-ranked Annapolis Tuesday night left the rage of a sage with a 2-1 record with three games pending.With 22 wins in a row since last year's loss to Baltimore's Dunbar, defending state champion Annapolis was the favorite by at least six points over the Patriots. Instead, the Pats won by six.Juniors Shawn Craig, who stands 6-foot-3, and Austin Johnson (5-9)
NEWS
February 14, 2006
On February 12, 2006, GARVIS CLARK GIBBS; beloved son of Louise Adelsberger and the late Edward Adelsberger and Victor R. Gibbs, Sr.; devoted father of Josh Greeley, Justin Greeley, Marinda Gibbs, Garvis Gibbs, Jr. and Austin Johnson; loving brother of Victor R. Gibbs, Jr., Albert N. Gibbs, Vicky Mc Caffrey, Theresa Gibbs and Tina Gibbs; friend of Jamie, Tiffany and Elizabeth; step-brother of Edward, Daniel, Theresa and Ann. Friends are invited to call...
NEWS
By Staff report | March 3, 1992
Old Mill forward Austin Johnson says there's nothing better than a victory to bring a disgruntled team together.And the visiting Patriots' 58-56 win over fourth-seeded Broadneck (14-9) in last night's Class 4A Region IV boys basketball quarterfinal did the trick. It alsoearned the 14-9 Patriots a place in Thursday's semifinal matchup against top-seeded Annapolis.The fifth-seed Patriots had experienced unrest recently, such as in the regular-season ending loss to Chesapeake in which Coach Paul Bunting benched four starters, and another -- guard Erik Sheppard -- missed the game due to academic ineligibility.
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