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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | February 20, 1994
North Carroll coach Dick Bauerlein woke up yesterday morning wondering if it would be the day.The North Carroll wrestlers springing off their seats after Chris Boog's pin at 171 pounds told the story.Boog's 15th pin of the season, over Damascus' Dan DeVrient gave the second-seeded Panthers (13-1) an in surmountable 28-13 lead and they went on to claim a 34-19 win over the top-seeded Hornets (14-1) and a first-ever Class 1A-2A dual-meet state title at Westminster High.Bauerlein was right in the middle of the joyous pack.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | February 2, 1994
It's 5 o'clock on a typical weekday and the North Carroll wrestling team is just finishing practice.Coach Dick Bauerlein and his assistant, Tom Davidson, will spend the next hour or so discussing strategies and possible adjustments that could be made to get an edge on the competition. This time around, it's county rival Francis Scott Key they are preparing for.The preparations don't stop there for Bauerlein, who for the past 31 years (the last 19 at North Carroll) has made a living of manipulating his lineup to get even the slightest of advantages.
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By Lem Satterfield | November 7, 2003
Davidsonville's Kelly Ward, a 1979 NCAA champion at 158 pounds and a 90-0, two-time Maryland high school titlist, will receive "Outstanding Marylander" honors from the National Wrestling Hall of Fame's state chapter Sunday at the Loews Annapolis Hotel. The Iowa State alumnus, at 46 a volunteer assistant coach at Mount St. Joseph, won two titles at Montgomery County's Kennedy High before taking 1975 New Jersey and National Preps titles at Blair Academy. The state chapter also will cite five former high school coaches for lifetime service: Buddy Hepfer (Arundel)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | February 23, 1994
The Dick Bauerlein farewell tour began at home last night and it was quite a show.Bauerlein, coaching for the final time on his home mat at North Carroll, guided the second-ranked Panthers to first place in the Carroll County wrestling tournament.North Carroll amassed 194 points, Francis Scott Key was second with 119.5, South Carroll was third with 93, Westminster took fourth with 85, and Liberty was fifth at 64.5 points.It was the seventh straight county tournament championship and the 11th in the last 12 years for Bauerlein and North Carroll.
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By BILL FREE | February 24, 1993
Imagine this scene.Carroll County wrestling legend Dick Bauerlein finally wins his first state championship for North Carroll High and immediately is inducted into the Maryland State Wrestling Hall of Fame.Family, friends and wrestlers descend upon the coach with admiration and adulation. Bauerlein is so overwhelmed by it all that he is speechless and just smiles.Roll the cameras.All this could come true March 6 at Western Maryland College at about 7:30 p.m.Bauerlein's Hall of Fame induction was announced last Saturday night at the county tournament at Liberty, the close-knit Bauerlein family will be there for the ceremonies along with friends and wrestlers, and Bauerlein easily could play his part.
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By BILL FREE | February 23, 1994
Gone hunting.That could very well be the sign posted on Dick Bauerlein's wrestling office door these days at North Carroll.Bauerlein is walking away from the sport he loves after 31 years and he's doing it the way all coaches dream about.He is going out in a blaze of glory, with his first state dual-match championship safely tucked away and a slightly unbelievable 235-21 dual-match record in 19 years at North Carroll."I'm tired, I need to get away from it. I need to spend more time with my family and I want to go hunting every chance I get," said Bauerlein.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | February 3, 1994
North Carroll wrestling coach Dick Bauerlein was up to his old tricks last night against Francis Scott Key, shuffling his lineup like a card dealer in Las Vegas.After some key switches in the middle weights, the second-ranked Panthers' (11-0) heavier weights took care of the rest with five straight pins to close out the fifth-ranked Eagles, 51-18, in Uniontown.It never materialized into the kind of tight match seen last year, also won by North Carroll, 31-24.The much-anticipated rematch at 135 between Key's Randy Owings and North Carroll's Tommy Kiler didn't happen.
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By Mike Farabaugh | January 10, 1991
A behind-the-scenes story reported first by The Carroll County Sun's Ed McDonough is worth retelling.It seems Westminster coach Jeff Oeming accidentally scheduled the Owls' wrestling team for three tournaments, one more than permitted by state rules. Oeming believed the Gilman Duals counted as a dual meet, but the state figures it's a eight-team tournament with a dual-meet format.At any rate, North Carroll coach Dick Bauerlein spotted the problem and alerted Oeming in time for the Owls to pull out of the Delone Tournament in McSherrystown, Pa.Some may have waited until the violation had occurred, then called it to the attention of state officials, thus disqualifying Westminster from postseason competition.
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January 5, 1994
The word is starting to leak out.Carroll County apparently will lose a high school wrestling coaching legend in two months.Yes, North Carroll's Dick Bauerlein is ready to retire after 19 seasons at the school and 31 years of coaching.Bauerlein told his wrestlers last week that this is his last season but he has yet to make his retirement official.He said last night he would have no comment on the subject until after the season is over. In typical Bauerlein fashion, he said: "I want to devote all my time to the season."
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By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2000
Richard L. Bauerlein and Mark Schmidt would like to enlarge their auto repair shop on Littlestown Pike, north of Westminster. They hired a surveyor, had him draft a plan and went to the county seeking permission to build. About 13 months and $8,000 later, the owners of D & M Automatic Transmissions are waiting for building permits that will allow them to tear down a two-story brick house on their half-acre parcel and build a 2,148-square-foot garage in its place. Concerned that county approval for such projects costs too much and takes too long, the Carroll commissioners are pushing to exempt small-scale commercial and industrial projects from public review and hefty fees.
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By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 6, 1997
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | December 9, 1994
Where is high school wrestling headed in Carroll County now that Dick Bauerlein has retired to the hunting fields and the comfort of his living room to spend more time with his wife, Vicki, who is battling lupus?It's easy to say that coaches are replaceable and that wrestling will be just fine without the former North Carroll coach.But let's look at the facts.Bauerlein didn't just show up for practice and the matches and coach his wrestlers for 22 years at North Carroll, compiling a dual-match record of 235-21, winning 11 of the last 12 Carroll county tournament championships, eight regional tournament titles and a state 1A-2A dual-meet championship last season, and guiding the Panthers to three second-place finishes in the state tournament.
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By Bill Free | March 9, 1994
COACH OF THE YEAR Dick Bauerlein, North Carroll After dedicating 19 years of his life to coaching wrestling, Bauerlein has decided it is time to retire, which is bad news for all young wrestlers in the Hampstead and North Carroll area. Because of several unbelievable bad breaks, this talented coach never won a state tournament championship but he did win the inaugural state 1A-2A dual meet championship this season with a victory over Damascus in the finals. The Panthers finished with a 17-1 dual- match record this season and were ranked second in the Baltimore metro area behind private school power Mount St. Joseph.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | March 6, 1994
This was like the final straw in the final season for North Carroll wrestling coach Dick Bauerlein.After failing to win a state wrestling tournament championship in 19 years at the Hampstead school, a totally frustrated Bauerlein said yesterday: "Maybe it's the site [Western Maryland College]. Maybe we ought to move the tournament."That was the only answer Bauerlein, who is retiring, could come up with yesterday to the latest strain of bad luck for the Panthers in the state 1A-2A tournament.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | March 4, 1994
One era is ending and another could be beginning as North Carroll and South Carroll approach the state wrestling tournament that begins tonight at Western Maryland College.It will be the last go-around for North Carroll coach Dick Bauerlein, who will retire after 19 years. The Panthers, winners of the inaugural dual-meet state championship last month, won the Class 1A-2A West Region last weekend with nine wrestlers advancing to this weekend's tournament.South Carroll learned Monday it won its first Class 3A-4A North Region championship after being told Saturday it had finished second behind Perry Hall, 107-105.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | March 11, 1993
The impromptu show of respect and admiration for Dick Bauerlein was impressive last Saturday night at Western Maryland College.Moments after the North Carroll wrestling coach was inducted into the Maryland State Wrestling Hall of Fame, all kinds of people approached him for a handshake and a few kind words.There were no formal speeches in a banquet setting, just a nice little introduction from former state wrestling committee member Frank Treuchet before the state tournament championship finals began.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 8, 1993
Dick Bauerlein's pre-match demeanor -- his habitually intense stare -- was definitely on display before his North Carroll Panthers downed Old Mill's Patriots in Friday's dual-match showdown.But the 18th-year coach's appearance masked the joviality he displayed moments earlier at the pre-match weigh-ins."When they [Old Mill] first came in, [Old Mill coach Mike Hampe] said that two of his kids could not make the bus ride and had to come later," said Bauerlein. "I joked with him that we had a Carroll County policy that they couldn't wrestle if they hadn't come on the same bus."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | February 23, 1994
The Dick Bauerlein farewell tour began at home last night and it was quite a show.Bauerlein, coaching for the final time on his home mat at North Carroll, guided the second-ranked Panthers to first place in the Carroll County wrestling tournament.North Carroll amassed 194 points, Francis Scott Key was second with 119.5, South Carroll was third with 93, Westminster took fourth with 85, and Liberty was fifth at 64.5 points.It was the seventh straight county tournament championship and the 11th in the last 12 years for Bauerlein and North Carroll.
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