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By Glenn Graham | May 18, 2012
The Baltimore Bohomians are set to kick off their inaugural season in the United Soccer League's Premier Development League, taking on visiting Ocean City FC at 7 p.m. Saturday at Cedar Lane Park in Bel Air. Longtime Baltimore Bays and McDonogh coach Steve Nichols is in charge and has a roster stocked with some of the finest local talent. The Bohemians will compete in the Mid-Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference in the nationwide 65-team league.   "We have a strong player pool, and we're really excited about getting on the field and putting a great product out there," Nichol said.
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Sports Digest | February 13, 2014
Et cetera Nichols resigns as coach of Bohemians Steve Nichols resigned as coach of the Baltimore Bohemians so he can devote full attention to his new job as men's coach at Loyola Maryland. In two seasons under Nichols, who last week stepped down as boys coach at McDonogh, the Bohs were 13-8-9 in regular-season play. He led the team to its first playoff berth last season, and the club's second-place finish qualified it for the 2014 U.S. Open Cup. The Bohs led the USL Premier Development League in scoring in 2013.
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Sports Digest | December 29, 2013
Et cetera Ex-lacrosse goalie Testa killed in car accident Former Connecticut women's lacrosse player Brittney Testa died in a car accident Friday morning. The Journal Inquirer in Manchester, Conn., reported that Testa was driving on River Road in Willington just before 9 a.m. when she lost control of her car and it rolled over. She was pronounced dead at the scene; the accident remained under investigation as of Saturday. Testa was a member of UConn's 2013 class. On the UConn website, her hometown was listed as Bridgewater, Vt., about an hour south of Montpelier.
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Sports Digest | December 29, 2013
Et cetera Ex-lacrosse goalie Testa killed in car accident Former Connecticut women's lacrosse player Brittney Testa died in a car accident Friday morning. The Journal Inquirer in Manchester, Conn., reported that Testa was driving on River Road in Willington just before 9 a.m. when she lost control of her car and it rolled over. She was pronounced dead at the scene; the accident remained under investigation as of Saturday. Testa was a member of UConn's 2013 class. On the UConn website, her hometown was listed as Bridgewater, Vt., about an hour south of Montpelier.
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Sports Digest | February 13, 2014
Et cetera Nichols resigns as coach of Bohemians Steve Nichols resigned as coach of the Baltimore Bohemians so he can devote full attention to his new job as men's coach at Loyola Maryland. In two seasons under Nichols, who last week stepped down as boys coach at McDonogh, the Bohs were 13-8-9 in regular-season play. He led the team to its first playoff berth last season, and the club's second-place finish qualified it for the 2014 U.S. Open Cup. The Bohs led the USL Premier Development League in scoring in 2013.
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Sports Digest | December 26, 2013
Et cetera 2-week firearm deer harvest up from 2012 Hunters reported killing 36,942 deer during the statewide, two-week firearm deer season, which ended Dec. 14, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources said. This harvest represents a 2percent increase compared with the 36,127 deer killed during the 2012 season. Overall, hunters reported seeing more deer than last year in many parts of the state, but challenging weather reduced the harvest slightly. Region A deer hunters reported 4,179 deer harvested, up 5 percent; the Region B deer harvest increased 2 percent, to 32,763.
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Sports Digest | July 30, 2013
Swimming Towson native Pelton reaches FINA final in 100m backstroke Towson native Elizabeth Pelton qualified for the finals in the 100-meter backstroke Monday at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. Pelton finished in 59.44 seconds, good for the third-best qualifying time. She will swim in the final tonight. Baseball Roberts is first Coppin State player in Cape Cod league Right-handed pitcher Michael Roberts became the first player from Coppin State to join a team in the Cape Cod Baseball League on Sunday, as he was added to the Cotuit Kettleers' roster.
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Sports Digest | July 22, 2013
Men's soccer Goalie scores winner as Bohemians rally, secure first-ever playoff spot Goalkeeper Zach Kane (Loyola University, Perry Hall) scored the game-winning goal in the 94th minute, and the Baltimore Bohemians secured the first Premier Development League playoff bid in program history, defeating the host Ocean City (N.J.) Nor'easters, 3-2, in a comeback victory Sunday. After being sent to the offensive end in a desperation move, Kane headed in a 40-yard free kick.
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Sports Digest | May 2, 2012
Soccer United to partner with Bohemians; friendly slated for June 5 D.C. United announced a development partnership with the Baltimore Bohemians of the United Soccer Leagues' Premier Development League. A friendly between United's under-23 squad and the Bohemians has been scheduled for June 5 at Bel Air's Cedar Lane Park, the Bohemians' home field. As part of the agreement, the Bohemians will provide United with prospective players who might have the potential to play in Major League Soccer.
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Sports Digest | June 29, 2013
Et cetera St. Frances' McCoughtry leads Dream over Mystics Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) had 21 points, six rebounds and five assists to lead the WNBA's Atlanta Dream (9-1) to a 86-75 victory over the visiting Washington Mystics (4-6). Washington, which was led by Monique Currie 's 20 points, has lost five straight games after starting the season 4-1. National Women's Soccer League: Carli Lloyd scored a hat trick to lift host Western New York Flash (6-2-4, 22 points)
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Sports Digest | December 26, 2013
Et cetera 2-week firearm deer harvest up from 2012 Hunters reported killing 36,942 deer during the statewide, two-week firearm deer season, which ended Dec. 14, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources said. This harvest represents a 2percent increase compared with the 36,127 deer killed during the 2012 season. Overall, hunters reported seeing more deer than last year in many parts of the state, but challenging weather reduced the harvest slightly. Region A deer hunters reported 4,179 deer harvested, up 5 percent; the Region B deer harvest increased 2 percent, to 32,763.
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Sports Digest | July 30, 2013
Swimming Towson native Pelton reaches FINA final in 100m backstroke Towson native Elizabeth Pelton qualified for the finals in the 100-meter backstroke Monday at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. Pelton finished in 59.44 seconds, good for the third-best qualifying time. She will swim in the final tonight. Baseball Roberts is first Coppin State player in Cape Cod league Right-handed pitcher Michael Roberts became the first player from Coppin State to join a team in the Cape Cod Baseball League on Sunday, as he was added to the Cotuit Kettleers' roster.
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Sports Digest | July 22, 2013
Men's soccer Goalie scores winner as Bohemians rally, secure first-ever playoff spot Goalkeeper Zach Kane (Loyola University, Perry Hall) scored the game-winning goal in the 94th minute, and the Baltimore Bohemians secured the first Premier Development League playoff bid in program history, defeating the host Ocean City (N.J.) Nor'easters, 3-2, in a comeback victory Sunday. After being sent to the offensive end in a desperation move, Kane headed in a 40-yard free kick.
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Sports Digest | June 29, 2013
Et cetera St. Frances' McCoughtry leads Dream over Mystics Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) had 21 points, six rebounds and five assists to lead the WNBA's Atlanta Dream (9-1) to a 86-75 victory over the visiting Washington Mystics (4-6). Washington, which was led by Monique Currie 's 20 points, has lost five straight games after starting the season 4-1. National Women's Soccer League: Carli Lloyd scored a hat trick to lift host Western New York Flash (6-2-4, 22 points)
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Sports Digest | May 14, 2013
Soccer Wake's Harris, Gamble among new Bohemians Two players from Wake Forest, goalkeeper Andrew Harris (Gilman) and forward Michael Gamble (McDonogh), have joined the Baltimore Bohemians of the United Soccer Leagues' Premier Development League. Other new players include midfielders Julio Arjona (George Mason), Malcolm Harris (McDonogh, Denver), Austin Martz (Georgetown), Sam Tana (St. Paul's, Susquehanna) and Geaton Caltabiano (Mount St. Joseph, UMBC)
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By Glenn Graham | May 18, 2012
The Baltimore Bohomians are set to kick off their inaugural season in the United Soccer League's Premier Development League, taking on visiting Ocean City FC at 7 p.m. Saturday at Cedar Lane Park in Bel Air. Longtime Baltimore Bays and McDonogh coach Steve Nichols is in charge and has a roster stocked with some of the finest local talent. The Bohemians will compete in the Mid-Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference in the nationwide 65-team league.   "We have a strong player pool, and we're really excited about getting on the field and putting a great product out there," Nichol said.
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Sports Digest | May 14, 2013
Soccer Wake's Harris, Gamble among new Bohemians Two players from Wake Forest, goalkeeper Andrew Harris (Gilman) and forward Michael Gamble (McDonogh), have joined the Baltimore Bohemians of the United Soccer Leagues' Premier Development League. Other new players include midfielders Julio Arjona (George Mason), Malcolm Harris (McDonogh, Denver), Austin Martz (Georgetown), Sam Tana (St. Paul's, Susquehanna) and Geaton Caltabiano (Mount St. Joseph, UMBC)
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By Mike Giuliano and Mike Giuliano,Special to The Evening Sun | January 23, 1992
Mention Martick's and everybody has an anecdote. While younger Baltimoreans only know Martick's as the eccentric French restaurant at 214 W. Mulberry St. that has never cared to announce its presence with street signage or fancy trappings, balding Baltimore bohemians recall when Martick's was a bar that doubled as an art gallery in the 1950s.An exhibit presenting the work of nine '50s-vintage artists, "Baltimore Bohemians: The Martick's Years," has aptly been mounted at The BAUhouse, an alternative arts center where the fresh artists of today rail against Reagan-Bush conformism as surely as their Beat generation elders did against Eisenhower era fuddy duddyism.
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Sports Digest | May 2, 2012
Soccer United to partner with Bohemians; friendly slated for June 5 D.C. United announced a development partnership with the Baltimore Bohemians of the United Soccer Leagues' Premier Development League. A friendly between United's under-23 squad and the Bohemians has been scheduled for June 5 at Bel Air's Cedar Lane Park, the Bohemians' home field. As part of the agreement, the Bohemians will provide United with prospective players who might have the potential to play in Major League Soccer.
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Sports Digest | January 4, 2012
Et cetera Rapid Redux fighting foot injury in bid for 22 Rapid Redux, who has not lost a race since Nov. 18, 2010, and is looking to extend his record to 22 consecutive wins, has been established as the 3-5 morning-line favorite by Maryland Jockey Club handicapper Frank Carulli in today's sixth race, a $17,000 starter allowance, on opening day of the racing season at Laurel Park. However, trainer David Wells revealed Tuesday afternoon that his star "grabbed a quarter" in his right front foot a few days ago. "There is a little cut on his right front foot," Wells said.
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