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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 12, 1999
At an impromptu "State of the Blast" message, team owner Ed Hale said: "We have exceeded our expectations on the business side this season," and, "all signs are positive for the club's continued success next year."We're already working on home dates for next season and all our sponsors will be back and we expect to add a few more. And, from what I've seen, it has been more upbeat around the arena than it was when I had the team before [1989-91]."Add to this the fact the Blast is winning consistently, has made some outstanding player acquisitions lately and appears to be in good shape as far as the playoffs are concerned and it's no wonder coach and general manager Kevin Healey said: "We're excited about where we are as a franchise right now, both on and off the field.
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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 26, 1998
A match that should not have been played turned out to be one of the most entertaining in the Columbia Invitational Soccer Tournament yesterday.With a forfeit victory in hand, the Bethesda Alliance used a goal by Nino Marcantonio in injury time to capture the boys under-17 championship, 3-2, over the Washington Diplomats in an even, hard-fought contest."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 17, 1998
Three players had hat tricks last night as the Baltimore Bays ran their winning streak to 28 games with a 20-3 victory over the Virginia Kickers in an I-League game at Du Burns Arena. Jason Dieter led the Bays (5-0) with three goals and four assists. Billy Ronson and Roberto Ascenzi each scored three goals, and Ronson had two assists. Bays goalkeepers Dave Tenney and Jan Deweers combined for 17 saves, and Virginia fell to 1-1. Pub Date: 1/17/98
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 5, 1997
All 10 boys teams and five girls teams from Maryland advanced yesterday to today's semifinals in the annual U.S. Youth Soccer Association's Region I (Maine-Virginia) championships in Erie, Pa.In Under-18 boys, Columbia City United will go for its second straight national title, having won at U-17 last year. United edged Massachusetts, 3-2, and then spotted Connecticut a 3-1 second-half lead before roaring back to win, 5-3, and advance.Metro Baltimore is alive in U-17 boys again, with both the state-champion S.C. Baltimore Stars, third nationally in U-16 last year, and the Severna Park Top Guns, a wild-card team, advancing.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 4, 1997
Ronnie Simmons scored in the 77th minute last night to give the Baltimore Bays a 1-0 win over the New York Capital District Alleycats in a D-3 Pro League game.Simmons settled the ball after Dan Santoro's shot off the post and beat goalie Yon Struble.The victory moved the Bays (8-6) into second place in the Mid-Atlantic Division.Pub Date: 7/04/97
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July 3, 1997
The Baltimore Bays will play their 92nd professional outdoor ++ soccer game -- a record for this area -- when they meet the New York Alleycats tonight at 8 at UMBC.The Bays, who are in third place in the D3 Pro League, are in their fifth season in Baltimore and will surpass the record for longevity set by the old Maryland Bays, who played 91 games from 1987 to 1991.Tickets for tonight's game are $7 for adults, $5 for seniors and children under 15. For ticket information, call 410-574-5555.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 26, 1996
Joe Koziol scored in the first half and Tarik Walker in the second, leading the Baltimore Bays to a 2-1 win against the previously undefeated Central Jersey Riptide in the United States Interregional Soccer League on Friday night.The Bays improved to 2-2 in conference and 2-4 overall.Sean Crowley had Central Jersey's goal.Pub Date: 5/26/96
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 19, 1996
TULSA, Okla. -- Denison Cabral scored five goals to lead the Baltimore Bays to a 10-8 win over the Atlanta Magic, capturing the USISL championship. Cabral, who scored 13 goals in the tournament, was named both the tournament and league MVP.Bays goalkeeper Matt St. Jean, who made 12 saves in the championship game, was named to the all-tournament team. The league also announced the Bays' Kevin Healey as its Coach of the Year.
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By KEVIN COWHERD and KEVIN COWHERD,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1996
February in Baltimore is no picnic. The skies are the color of dishwater, the air is cold and the mood is grim -- and that's on a good day.Now, to make matters worse, you can be standing on any street corner and have a stranger rush up and blurt in a jangled, five-cups-of-Folgers voice: "I don't know . . . I kinda like Baltimore Ravens. Do you like Baltimore Ravens? Or what about Clippers? Clippers isn't bad. Am I right or am I right?'Hoo, boy. Clearly, it's in our best civic interest that we get on with the naming of our new football team, the former Cleveland Browns, now that every columnist and sports talk show host is weighing in on the subject and we're all this close to going out of our minds.
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February 10, 1996
Joe Barger and Dennis Cabral each scored three goals as the Baltimore Bays (7-0) defeated the Washington Mustangs, 14-4, last night at Du Burns Arena.With the victory, the Bays advanced into next week's USISL playoffs in Tulsa, Okla.
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