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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | May 1, 2003
Ozone levels in Anne Arundel and Harford counties are among the nation's worst, while the Baltimore-Washington region as a whole was the 11th dirtiest metropolitan area in the country, according to a study released today. The American Lung Association ranked Anne Arundel County as the 18th worst county nationwide for ozone this year, a slight improvement over last year's 15th. But Harford County jumped from 50th to 25th in the national rankings. Maryland health and environmental officials say the ozone numbers are the result of dirty air that migrates from the Midwest each summer, mixes with local pollutants and hits a barrier formed by winds off the Chesapeake Bay. Anne Arundel and Harford are hit particularly hard because of their proximity to Baltimore and the bay. Harford County might have jumped in the rankings because of its population growth, they say. "That's where the cars are, and that's were the people are," said Brian Hug, an air quality planner for the state Department of the Environment.
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SPORTS
By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 28, 2002
Conceding one goal in five games is a superlative performance for most defenses, but when that one score creates a deficit in the championship game to an elite team, the results are not often favorable. Fortunately for the Soccer Club of Baltimore Bays, Kwaku Boateng is healthy and hungry. The Hammond High product scored twice and assisted David Glaudemans' game-winner as the Bays stormed past the Philadelphia-area Delco Arsenal, 3-1, yesterday to capture the 27th Annual Columbia Invitation under-19 boys championship at Centennial High School.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz | November 29, 2001
The boys Player of the Year Kwaku Boateng, Hammond: An off-season weight-lifting program increased the junior striker's strength and led to a spectacular season of 29 goals and six assists. A year ago, he scored 14 goals and Hammond went 4-10-1. This season the Golden Bears improved to 10-9 and won their first regional championship by upsetting Centennial in the regional final, 3-1. Boateng, a member of a national-finalist club team, the Soccer Club of Baltimore Bays, was the go-to-guy.
SPORTS
By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 4, 2001
GERMANTOWN - Redemption is always sweet, but nothing could have been finer for the SC Baltimore Stars than their convincing triumph over Bethesda United yesterday. Kaiser Chowdhry scored the decisive goal and Matt Moneymaker added two insurance goals to propel the Stars to a 4-1 decision over United for the Maryland Cup under-18 boys crown at the new Maryland SoccerPlex. SCB dominated the boys side of the state championships, taking four titles, including U-17 and U-16. SCB is a favorite to advance to next Sunday's U-19 final.
SPORTS
By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 1, 1999
In their relatively brief history, the S.C. Baltimore Bays under-15 boys have established an enviable record. So it was no surprise that they won their age group at the 24th Annual Columbia Invitational Soccer Tournament this weekend at Fort Meade.The Bays won five matches over the tournament's three days, culminating with a 3-1 decision over the Massbay Blazers of Massachusetts yesterday. Four other Baltimore-area boys teams won titles, but no girls teams were represented in yesterday's championship matches.
SPORTS
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.
SPORTS
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."
SPORTS
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
SPORTS
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.
SPORTS
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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