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By STEVEN KIVINSKI and STEVEN KIVINSKI,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | October 8, 1995
Fallston's Beth Blasi can do a lot of things to hurt her opponent on the soccer field.Her coach, Nancy Ferguson, has watched her play on the varsity for four years and has grown to admire her skills and leadership qualities.What impresses Ferguson most, however, is Blasi's unassuming personality."She just loves the sport and she goes out and plays it and she doesn't really understand why people are making a fuss," said Ferguson. "She's a coach's dream. She's very humble. No matter how many goals she scores, she doesn't want to talk about them.
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By Brent Jones and Sandra McKee and Brent Jones and Sandra McKee,brent.jones@baltsun.com | May 15, 2009
For the first time this week, horses at Pimlico Race Course had to slosh through early-morning rain during workouts, but that posed no problem for Mine That Bird, who galloped two miles in preparation for Saturday's 134th Preakness. The Kentucky Derby winner cruised to victory on a wet track two weeks ago and looked equally comfortable during Thursday's rain. Jockey Calvin Borel rode the 50-1 long shot to victory at Churchill Downs but is switching to favorite Rachel Alexandra for Saturday's race.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | November 10, 1995
The field, which had taken a lot of punishment in the last 10 days, came up mud. Fallston's sprinters, however, proved more than equal to the task of battling the heavy going, as well as visiting Dulaney during the Class 3A-4A North regional championship game yesterday.Courtney Benner and Beth Blasi, top-ranked Fallston's scoring stars, each had a goal in the first half, and they stood up for a 2-0 victory over the No. 5 Lions (13-2-1).The win sends Fallston (15-0, 32-0 over two years) to the state semifinals, where it will play No. 4 Centennial (12-3-1)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun reporter | April 12, 2008
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Pyro has been going about his business, galloping on the racetrack, schooling in the paddock, unconcerned about who sees him in the barn being given a bath. And in his barn at Keeneland, assistant trainer Scott Blasi, who has been with Pyro for the horse's entire professional career, said he isn't worried about the competitors in today's Grade I, $750,000 Blue Grass Stakes. "All we can do is train our horse," Blasi said. "I have no idea what anyone else is doing. Shaun [Bridgmohan, Pyro's jockey]
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By JOHN W. STEWART and JOHN W. STEWART,STAFF WRITER | October 17, 1995
The heralded matchup of Nos. 1 and 2, Fallston and C. Milton Wright, a battle of 9-0 teams, was everything it was supposed to be. In the end, the difference was simply too much Beth Blasi.The Fallston senior, an All-Metro selection a year ago when she was Harford County's Player of the Year, scored both goals in the first half, and the Cougars held on for a 2-1 victory at C. Milton Wright.The Wright goal came with 18 minutes left in the game. When sophomore Jamie Gerhart got the ball to junior halfback Erin Lesh away from two defenders, and Lesh knocked the ball past goalkeeper Emily Weibel, it marked only the second goal scored against Fallston this year.
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October 24, 1995
Beth BlasiFallstonsoccerBlasi scored both goals as the top-ranked Cougars topped then-No. 2 C. Milton Wright (2-0). The senior forward added a goal and two assists in a win over Bel Air (6-0).
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September 20, 1994
Junior Beth Blasi assisted on the first goal and scored the next two, as No. 4 Fallston (2-0) whipped visiting Oakland Mills (1-1) in girls soccer yesterday, 3-0.Blasi had opened with two goals and two assists in the Cougars' 8-0 pounding of Hammond last Friday.
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September 20, 1994
Junior Beth Blasi assisted on the first goal and scored the next two, as No. 4 Fallston (2-0) whipped visiting Oakland Mills (1-1) in girls soccer yesterday, 3-0.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | October 20, 1994
Fallston's only regular-season loss a year ago cost it a county soccer championship. Last night, playing at home, the Cougars made sure it didn't happen again.No 4. Fallston (11-0) was held scoreless for nearly 50 minutes, but once junior scoring leader Beth Blasi broke the ice, the ensuing surge led to a 4-0 championship victory over North Harford (7-4). Blasi finished with two goals and assists on goals by Courtney Benner and Jenny Weber.A year ago, C. Milton Wright beat Fallston in overtime for the title, and going into last night's game, there was some question of how coach Nancy Ferguson's squad and North Harford would react.
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October 17, 1995
Stacey Greene scored a school-record eight goals and also had three assists as visiting Francis Scott Key routed Catoctin, 12-0, in field hockey yesterday.Greene broke the old record of five goals in a game, set by Cindy Zyle in 1977.The Eagles also established a team record for goals in a game, eclipsing the old mark of 11.* Girls soccer: Senior Beth Blasi scored two first-half goals, and No. 1 Fallston held off host No. 2 C. Milton Wright, 2-1, in a battle of 9-0 teams.The goals raised Blasi's season total to 14. When Erin Lesh converted a short pass from Jamie Gerhart into a goal with 18 minutes left in the game, it marked only the second score against the Cougars and goalkeeper Emily Weibel this season.
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November 5, 1997
BaseballRangers: Announced two-year affiliation with Single-A Savannah.BasketballUSA Basketball: Named Western Michigan's Earl Boykins and Tennessee's Chamique Holdsclaw 1997 Male and Female Athletes of the Year, respectively.CollegeCentennial Conference: Named Johns Hopkins freshman F Sarah Parola and Western Maryland sophomore F Beth Blasi (Fallston) women's soccer co-Players of the Year.Marymount: Named senior M Bryan Morrison (Calvert Hall) men's soccer Athlete of the Month.San Francisco: Signed men's basketball coach Philip Mathews to five-year contract extension through 2002-2003.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | November 10, 1995
The field, which had taken a lot of punishment in the last 10 days, came up mud. Fallston's sprinters, however, proved more than equal to the task of battling the heavy going, as well as visiting Dulaney during the Class 3A-4A North regional championship game yesterday.Courtney Benner and Beth Blasi, top-ranked Fallston's scoring stars, each had a goal in the first half, and they stood up for a 2-0 victory over the No. 5 Lions (13-2-1).The win sends Fallston (15-0, 32-0 over two years) to the state semifinals, where it will play No. 4 Centennial (12-3-1)
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October 24, 1995
Beth BlasiFallstonsoccerBlasi scored both goals as the top-ranked Cougars topped then-No. 2 C. Milton Wright (2-0). The senior forward added a goal and two assists in a win over Bel Air (6-0).
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | October 24, 1995
Fallston finished off its second successive undefeated season at North Harford last night, scoring twice in the first four minutes, and going on to a 7-0 victory.The latest Fallston Express, ranked No. 1 in the area and No. 6 in the nation, ran its record to 12-0 for the year, outscoring its foes 73-2.Where Fallston has used skills and speed to flatten all foes, North Harford (7-3-1), with only one senior, has appeared inconsistent the last 10 days, losing to Bel Air, 3-1, getting sky-high for a 1-0 win over C. Milton Wright, then coming back to earth in its regular-season finale.
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October 17, 1995
Stacey Greene scored a school-record eight goals and also had three assists as visiting Francis Scott Key routed Catoctin, 12-0, in field hockey yesterday.Greene broke the old record of five goals in a game, set by Cindy Zyle in 1977.The Eagles also established a team record for goals in a game, eclipsing the old mark of 11.* Girls soccer: Senior Beth Blasi scored two first-half goals, and No. 1 Fallston held off host No. 2 C. Milton Wright, 2-1, in a battle of 9-0 teams.The goals raised Blasi's season total to 14. When Erin Lesh converted a short pass from Jamie Gerhart into a goal with 18 minutes left in the game, it marked only the second score against the Cougars and goalkeeper Emily Weibel this season.
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By JOHN W. STEWART and JOHN W. STEWART,STAFF WRITER | October 17, 1995
The heralded matchup of Nos. 1 and 2, Fallston and C. Milton Wright, a battle of 9-0 teams, was everything it was supposed to be. In the end, the difference was simply too much Beth Blasi.The Fallston senior, an All-Metro selection a year ago when she was Harford County's Player of the Year, scored both goals in the first half, and the Cougars held on for a 2-1 victory at C. Milton Wright.The Wright goal came with 18 minutes left in the game. When sophomore Jamie Gerhart got the ball to junior halfback Erin Lesh away from two defenders, and Lesh knocked the ball past goalkeeper Emily Weibel, it marked only the second goal scored against Fallston this year.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | November 5, 1992
Freshman forwards Beth Blasi and Courtney Benner scored two goals each to spark No. 12 Fallston past Overlea, 7-0, in a Class 2A-1A, Region III semifinal last night at Fallston.The Cougars (9-3) advance to the regional title game against No. 14 Loch Raven, a 4-0 winner over North Harford in the other semifinal game. The championship is set for tomorrow at Fallston, but the time has yet to be determined.The top-seeded Cougars will be seeking revenge when they meet the third-seeded Raiders.
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By STEVEN KIVINSKI and STEVEN KIVINSKI,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | October 8, 1995
Fallston's Beth Blasi can do a lot of things to hurt her opponent on the soccer field.Her coach, Nancy Ferguson, has watched her play on the varsity for four years and has grown to admire her skills and leadership qualities.What impresses Ferguson most, however, is Blasi's unassuming personality."She just loves the sport and she goes out and plays it and she doesn't really understand why people are making a fuss," said Ferguson. "She's a coach's dream. She's very humble. No matter how many goals she scores, she doesn't want to talk about them.
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