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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | January 15, 1994
In Saturday's editions, two Cardinal Gibbons basketball players were misidentified. Troy Queen, who graduated last year, missed four games last season. Kevin Dukes quit the team during the Christmas holiday.+ The Sun regrets the errors.In a key early-season battle in the Catholic League race, No. 6 Cardinal Gibbons (12-4, 3-0) defeated visiting and No. 19 Loyola last night, 68-51.Senior forward Ryan Beaumont led Cardinal Gibbons with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Steve Wojciechowski added 15 points and 10 assists, and Jerard Rucker scored 14 points.
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By David Driver, For The Baltimore Sun | February 2, 2014
Ryley Beaumont grew up in Millersville, participating in football, lacrosse and basketball. But when he was young he broke his hand playing football — just before the start of basketball season with a Severna Park youth program. "That ruined his basketball season," said his father, Russ, who played hoops at Southern High in Baltimore and has taught at Marley Middle School in Glen Burnie for nearly 30 years. As a boy, Beaumont was able to shoot baskets in Anne Arundel gyms since his father could usually get a key, thanks to his teaching job. "He did push-ups.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | October 23, 1993
Archbishop Curley coach Pep Perrella said when a goalkeeper plays like Ryan Beaumont of Cardinal Gibbons did yesterday, you need to be perfect to score.Giuliano Celenza was perfect for Curley. In fact, he was perfect twice, enough for the Friars to clinch the Maryland Scholastic Association Armstrong A Conference Division II regular-season title.Celenza scored twice, with assists from Mike Bailey both times, including the game-winner on a 10-yard shot in the 74th minute to give No. 4 Archbishop Curley a 2-1 victory over visiting Cardinal Gibbons.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | January 16, 2010
The instructions came from the other end of the court, but Mount St. Joseph senior forward Ryley Beaumont heard them loud and clear. Protecting a one-point lead against No. 1 Calvert Hall in the game's final minute, he was assigned to guard the Cardinals' dominating 6-foot-8 power forward Jonathan Graham. When Graham powered his way to the basket, Beaumont, 6-5 and slighter, interrupted his journey. His block was the biggest play in the game's most important minute, a time when the No. 2 Gaels came through to pull out a 60-53 win in front of a packed gym in Irvington.
BUSINESS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,Staff Writer | July 3, 1993
Robert Beaumont thinks his time has come -- again.The 61-year-old Columbia businessman who brought motorists the battery-powered CitiCar during the gasoline shortages of the 1970s is all charged up over the planned launching of his second venture in electric car production later this year."
NEWS
March 2, 2008
On February 27, 2008, REITHA MAE WALLACE. On Monday, friends may call at the VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES, 5151 Balto. Nat'l Pike, from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. On Tuesday, Mrs. Wallace will lie instate at New Frontiers of Faith Baptist Church, 1110 Beaumont Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, where the family will receive friends from 10:30 to 11:00 A.M., with services to follow. Inquiries to (410) 233-2400.
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September 14, 2003
On September 12, 2003, VINCENT A.; loving husband of Bette R. Henderson, of Mays Chapel; loving and devoted father of Reid Henderson, of Fallston, Raymond Henderson, of Odenton and Carla Beaumont, of Millersville; devoted father-in-law of Cindy Henderson, Russ Beaumont and Sue Ritenour; loving brother of Betty M. Wilson and Victoria Fuentealba and Agnes Bowen; cherished grandfather of Brittney, Drew, Nicole, Jamie Henderson, Rachel, Ryley Beaumont, Christy...
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By From staff reports | October 20, 2002
In Baltimore City Collision in Govans kills Towson woman, 52, riding in car A Towson woman died early Saturday in the Govans area of the city after a car struck the vehicle in which she was a passenger, police said. About 2:30 a.m., witnesses say, a Pontiac Sunbird driving north ran a red light at York and Beaumont roads, striking a Saturn making a left turn onto Beaumont, police said. The Pontiac pushed the Saturn into the northeast curb and onto its side, said Officer Richard J. McCarthy of Baltimore police accident investigation unit.
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January 9, 2004
On December 20, 2003, JAMES OLIVERPHILLIPS, JR., life-long resident of AA Co, devoted husband for 62 years, on December 3, 2003, of Irene E. Phillips (nee Sprouse), devoted father of James O. Phillips, 3rd, Bruce W. Phillips, Nina Mitchell, and the lateDelores Lee "Scottie" Phillips and Stanley Gene "Pete" Phillips, dear son of the late James O. Phillips, Sr and Mabel Phillips (nee Grisinger), dear brother of Pat Salacuse, and the late Wesley, Charles and Ronnie Phillips. Also survived by six grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.
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By Stephen J. Stahley | May 30, 2001
THE PARKING lot of the Catonsville library is always filled, at least whenever I go. Even though the library recently doubled the number of spaces, I still can't find a vacant one. It's always the same story -- I pull in off Frederick Road, drive slowly around the back of the nondescript brick building and end up at the Beaumont Avenue exit. Although Beaumont is a two-way street, two no-left-turn signs glare at me. The signs add a layer of exasperation on top of the frustration that travels with me on my tour through the parking lot. Glancing to the right, I always see a block's worth of empty space guarded jealously by no parking signs.
SPORTS
By By Glenn Graham | January 16, 2010
The instructions came from the other end of the court, but Mount St. Joseph senior forward Ryley Beaumont heard them loud and clear. Protecting a one-point lead against No. 1 Calvert Hall in the game's final minute, he was assigned to guard the Cardinals' dominating 6-foot-8 power forward Jonathan Graham. When Graham powered his way to the basket, Beaumont, 6-5 and slighter, interrupted his journey. His block was the biggest play in the game's most important minute, a time when the No. 2 Gaels came through to pull out a 60-53 win in front of a packed gym in Irvington.
NEWS
March 2, 2008
On February 27, 2008, REITHA MAE WALLACE. On Monday, friends may call at the VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES, 5151 Balto. Nat'l Pike, from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. On Tuesday, Mrs. Wallace will lie instate at New Frontiers of Faith Baptist Church, 1110 Beaumont Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, where the family will receive friends from 10:30 to 11:00 A.M., with services to follow. Inquiries to (410) 233-2400.
TRAVEL
June 5, 2005
AT HOTEL, YOU'RE NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE Steve Beaumont has built a fantasyland for couples on the Kansas prairie. Chateau Avalon, near Kansas City, is a luxury hotel with 24 themes in its 62 rooms, although Beaumont likes to call them "experiences." The Tahitian has two 8-foot Easter Island heads, a palm tree, a bed draped in mosquito netting and a jetted bathtub under a thatched roof. Walk into Camelot and there's a suit of armor between two flaming sconces, a ship cradling a bathtub and a drawbridge leading to a bed inside a turret.
NEWS
January 9, 2004
On December 20, 2003, JAMES OLIVERPHILLIPS, JR., life-long resident of AA Co, devoted husband for 62 years, on December 3, 2003, of Irene E. Phillips (nee Sprouse), devoted father of James O. Phillips, 3rd, Bruce W. Phillips, Nina Mitchell, and the lateDelores Lee "Scottie" Phillips and Stanley Gene "Pete" Phillips, dear son of the late James O. Phillips, Sr and Mabel Phillips (nee Grisinger), dear brother of Pat Salacuse, and the late Wesley, Charles and Ronnie Phillips. Also survived by six grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.
NEWS
September 14, 2003
On September 12, 2003, VINCENT A.; loving husband of Bette R. Henderson, of Mays Chapel; loving and devoted father of Reid Henderson, of Fallston, Raymond Henderson, of Odenton and Carla Beaumont, of Millersville; devoted father-in-law of Cindy Henderson, Russ Beaumont and Sue Ritenour; loving brother of Betty M. Wilson and Victoria Fuentealba and Agnes Bowen; cherished grandfather of Brittney, Drew, Nicole, Jamie Henderson, Rachel, Ryley Beaumont, Christy...
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By From staff reports | October 20, 2002
In Baltimore City Collision in Govans kills Towson woman, 52, riding in car A Towson woman died early Saturday in the Govans area of the city after a car struck the vehicle in which she was a passenger, police said. About 2:30 a.m., witnesses say, a Pontiac Sunbird driving north ran a red light at York and Beaumont roads, striking a Saturn making a left turn onto Beaumont, police said. The Pontiac pushed the Saturn into the northeast curb and onto its side, said Officer Richard J. McCarthy of Baltimore police accident investigation unit.
TRAVEL
June 5, 2005
AT HOTEL, YOU'RE NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE Steve Beaumont has built a fantasyland for couples on the Kansas prairie. Chateau Avalon, near Kansas City, is a luxury hotel with 24 themes in its 62 rooms, although Beaumont likes to call them "experiences." The Tahitian has two 8-foot Easter Island heads, a palm tree, a bed draped in mosquito netting and a jetted bathtub under a thatched roof. Walk into Camelot and there's a suit of armor between two flaming sconces, a ship cradling a bathtub and a drawbridge leading to a bed inside a turret.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | September 16, 1993
Gibbons' Steve Wojciechowski is the area's most highly recruited Division I basketball guard prospect, but yesterday he showed equally impressive soccer skills.The All-City center midfielder literally rose to the occasion just 10 minutes into the second half of the host Crusaders' game against No. 12 Mount St. Joseph, heading in the game-winning goal for a 1-0 Maryland Scholastic Association Division A Conference II victory.Sweeper Aaron Coleman sent his direct kick into the penalty area from the left of Gaels keeper Craig Seukoff (eight saves)
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By Stephen J. Stahley | May 30, 2001
THE PARKING lot of the Catonsville library is always filled, at least whenever I go. Even though the library recently doubled the number of spaces, I still can't find a vacant one. It's always the same story -- I pull in off Frederick Road, drive slowly around the back of the nondescript brick building and end up at the Beaumont Avenue exit. Although Beaumont is a two-way street, two no-left-turn signs glare at me. The signs add a layer of exasperation on top of the frustration that travels with me on my tour through the parking lot. Glancing to the right, I always see a block's worth of empty space guarded jealously by no parking signs.
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