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By Jon Fogg, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2013
Andrew Wasik scored 3:17 into overtime on a two-man advantage to give the Baltimore Bombers a 17-16 win in their North American Lacrosse League franchise debut against the Boston Rockhoppers before about 1,300 fans at New England Sports Center in Marlborough, Mass., on Saturday night. The Bombers came back from a 14-12 deficit heading into the fourth quarter to take a 16-14 lead in the final period of regulation before the Rockhoppers (1-1) tied it at 16 on a goal by Tim Fallon with 2:47 left, sending the contest to a 15-minute, sudden-death extra session.
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The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
Down to one team because of money woes, the North American Lacrosse League has announced that it is suspending league operations, Kentucky Stickhorses owner Anthony Chase wrote on the team's Facebook page. Three of the league's four franchises -- the Baltimore Bombers, Boston Rockhoppers and Rhode Island Kingfish) have previously stated that they could not continue because of financial constraints.The league had completed its second season in March, with the Bombers folding before the season ended.
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The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2013
In a game marred by 63 penalty minutes -- 42 of which were against the home team -- the Baltimore Bombers suffered their first-ever loss Sunday afternoon, 20-9 to the Boston Rockhoppers at Du Burns Arena. The Rockhoppers (3-1) scored nine straight goals to break open a tied game at the half and take sole possession of first place in the North American Lacrosse League, dropping the Bombers to 2-1. Bombers coach Hunter Francis was displeased with his team's effort. “Before the game I felt we were focused and calm.
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Sports Digest | February 25, 2013
North American Lacrosse League Hickman, Bombers rally to top Stickhorses, 12-10 Matt Hickman (Salisbury) scored a hat trick, including two goals in the fourth quarter, to earn Player of the Game honors as the Baltimore Bombers rallied in the second half to defeat the Kentucky Stickhorses, 12-10, on Sunday at Du Burns Arena. Dan Marohl (UMBC, St. Mary's) added two goals and two assists, and Andrew Wasik chipped in two goals and an assist for the Bombers (4-3), who also got a goal from Michael Simon (Stevenson)
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The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
Down to one team because of money woes, the North American Lacrosse League has announced that it is suspending league operations, Kentucky Stickhorses owner Anthony Chase wrote on the team's Facebook page. Three of the league's four franchises -- the Baltimore Bombers, Boston Rockhoppers and Rhode Island Kingfish) have previously stated that they could not continue because of financial constraints.The league had completed its second season in March, with the Bombers folding before the season ended.
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By Jon Fogg and The Baltimore Sun | February 3, 2013
Dwayne Porter scored at the 12-minute mark of overtime to lift the host Kentucky Stickhorses to an 11-10 win over the Baltimore Bombers on Sunday afternoon at Freedom Hall in Louisville, Ky. The loss dropped the Bombers (3-2) to second place in the North American Lacrosse League behind the Boston Rockhoppers, who defeated the Rhode Island Kingfish, 20-7, on Saturday. Forward Matt Hickman (Salisbury) scored the final four goals for the Bombers on Sunday, including one that tied it at 10 with 5:46 left; he finished with a game-high five points.
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Sports Digest | January 13, 2013
NHL Free-agent right wing Fehr returns to Caps     Eric Fehr is coming back to Washington. The Capitals have invited Fehr to training camp with the intention of signing him to a prorated one-year, $600,000 contract once he passes a physical, according to a team source. Fehr, 27, recorded 13 goals and 25 points in 21 games with HPK Hameenlinna in Finland's SM-Liiga during the lockout. The 6-foot-4, 212-pound right wing was a first-round draft pick by the Capitals in 2003 and played 230 games with Washington, recording 46 goals and 93 points, but was often sidelined by injuries to both shoulders.
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Sports Digest | February 25, 2013
North American Lacrosse League Hickman, Bombers rally to top Stickhorses, 12-10 Matt Hickman (Salisbury) scored a hat trick, including two goals in the fourth quarter, to earn Player of the Game honors as the Baltimore Bombers rallied in the second half to defeat the Kentucky Stickhorses, 12-10, on Sunday at Du Burns Arena. Dan Marohl (UMBC, St. Mary's) added two goals and two assists, and Andrew Wasik chipped in two goals and an assist for the Bombers (4-3), who also got a goal from Michael Simon (Stevenson)
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By JOHN R. BREIHAN | October 12, 1993
The 7,000 B-26 Marauders built by the Glenn L. Martin Company are the most common image of ''Baltimore bombers,'' the name just given to Baltimore's hoped-for NFL football team. Less well known is a bomber actually called the ''Baltimore,'' which Martin built for the British Royal Air Force. Nearly 1,600 Baltimores were turned out by Martin's factory in Middle River between 1941 and 1944.A few years ago when on sabbatical in England, I encountered this plane when I took my two sons to the RAF Museum in suburban London.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Staff Writer | October 2, 1993
In the end, after the studies, polls and endless radio call-in shows, they came back to a simple suggestion by a childhood friend.Call the new NFL team the Bombers, the friend said. The `D Baltimore Bombers. It rolls off the tongue. It reflects the city's wartime aviation heritage. And the same fans who stress "Oh" during the national anthem at Camden Yards can blurt out "Bombs," as in "bursting in air. . .""He wants a team of rough and tumble guys. Who was rougher in history than bombers?"
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By Jon Fogg and The Baltimore Sun | February 3, 2013
Dwayne Porter scored at the 12-minute mark of overtime to lift the host Kentucky Stickhorses to an 11-10 win over the Baltimore Bombers on Sunday afternoon at Freedom Hall in Louisville, Ky. The loss dropped the Bombers (3-2) to second place in the North American Lacrosse League behind the Boston Rockhoppers, who defeated the Rhode Island Kingfish, 20-7, on Saturday. Forward Matt Hickman (Salisbury) scored the final four goals for the Bombers on Sunday, including one that tied it at 10 with 5:46 left; he finished with a game-high five points.
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The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2013
In a game marred by 63 penalty minutes -- 42 of which were against the home team -- the Baltimore Bombers suffered their first-ever loss Sunday afternoon, 20-9 to the Boston Rockhoppers at Du Burns Arena. The Rockhoppers (3-1) scored nine straight goals to break open a tied game at the half and take sole possession of first place in the North American Lacrosse League, dropping the Bombers to 2-1. Bombers coach Hunter Francis was displeased with his team's effort. “Before the game I felt we were focused and calm.
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Sports Digest | January 13, 2013
NHL Free-agent right wing Fehr returns to Caps     Eric Fehr is coming back to Washington. The Capitals have invited Fehr to training camp with the intention of signing him to a prorated one-year, $600,000 contract once he passes a physical, according to a team source. Fehr, 27, recorded 13 goals and 25 points in 21 games with HPK Hameenlinna in Finland's SM-Liiga during the lockout. The 6-foot-4, 212-pound right wing was a first-round draft pick by the Capitals in 2003 and played 230 games with Washington, recording 46 goals and 93 points, but was often sidelined by injuries to both shoulders.
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By Jon Fogg, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2013
Andrew Wasik scored 3:17 into overtime on a two-man advantage to give the Baltimore Bombers a 17-16 win in their North American Lacrosse League franchise debut against the Boston Rockhoppers before about 1,300 fans at New England Sports Center in Marlborough, Mass., on Saturday night. The Bombers came back from a 14-12 deficit heading into the fourth quarter to take a 16-14 lead in the final period of regulation before the Rockhoppers (1-1) tied it at 16 on a goal by Tim Fallon with 2:47 left, sending the contest to a 15-minute, sudden-death extra session.
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By JOHN R. BREIHAN | October 12, 1993
The 7,000 B-26 Marauders built by the Glenn L. Martin Company are the most common image of ''Baltimore bombers,'' the name just given to Baltimore's hoped-for NFL football team. Less well known is a bomber actually called the ''Baltimore,'' which Martin built for the British Royal Air Force. Nearly 1,600 Baltimores were turned out by Martin's factory in Middle River between 1941 and 1944.A few years ago when on sabbatical in England, I encountered this plane when I took my two sons to the RAF Museum in suburban London.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Staff Writer | October 2, 1993
In the end, after the studies, polls and endless radio call-in shows, they came back to a simple suggestion by a childhood friend.Call the new NFL team the Bombers, the friend said. The `D Baltimore Bombers. It rolls off the tongue. It reflects the city's wartime aviation heritage. And the same fans who stress "Oh" during the national anthem at Camden Yards can blurt out "Bombs," as in "bursting in air. . .""He wants a team of rough and tumble guys. Who was rougher in history than bombers?"
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By DAN BERGER | October 27, 1993
The Baltimore Bombers will go down in history.The good news is that most Canadians voted to keep Canada. The bad news is that a huge minority didn't.Clinton and Chretien need to get together to confuse the NAFTA issue.
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By GILBERT SANDLER | October 19, 1993
IT TURNED Rommel at El Alamein, harried and bombed him all the way across Africa and finally dropped the last bombs on the last German regiment left intact before they surrendered, thereby ending the campaign."
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