December 5, 2009
The Nets won for the first time this season, ending the worst start in NBA history at 18 losses by beating the Bobcats 97-91 on Friday night in East Rutherford, N.J. Brook Lopez had 31 points and 14 rebounds, and Courtney Lee scored a career-high 27 points in his return to the starting lineup in the Nets' first game under Kiki Vandeweghe , their general manager who will coach the rest of the season. Fans stood and cheered as the Nets won for the first time since April 13, when they also beat the Bobcats.
October 15, 1994
Bel Air tried to spoil Havre de Grace's homecoming last night.And for one half, the Bobcats got away with it.Unfortunately for the visitors, every game has two halves, and Havre de Grace showed just how much damage it could do in 24 minutes as it rallied from a 12-point deficit to claim a 28-18 victory in a key Harford County League matchup."
January 10, 2008
Hardly anyone except for perhaps the Charlotte Bobcats' Jason Richardson could have seen this coming. The Boston Celtics were rolling at home, and the Bobcats were miserable on the road. Richardson had 34 points and nine rebounds, Gerald Wallace had 15 points and 10 rebounds, and the Bobcats stunned the Celtics, 95-83, last night for Boston's fourth loss of the season. "I'm not surprised, because we're a pretty good team," Richardson said. "It just doesn't show in our record." And it really didn't when they played on the road.
April 26, 1992
Joppatowne girls lacrosse players Lisa Aquino and Chrissy Maly were treated to their share of defensive pressure in the Mariners' county matchup against the Bel Air Bobcats Wednesday. But that didn't stymiethe seniors.They combined for 10 goals to lead the Mariners to adecisive 21-15 victory over the Bobcats.Aquino and Maly were tightly marked by Bobcat defenders Carly Bivens, Jill Schultz and Laura Casey.But Aquino and Maly had too much speed, stick control, and powerful shooting for the Bobcats.
September 9, 1994
Frostburg State's football team is no longer just a decent group of players who perform out west, hidden among the Allegheny Mountains.Not after the Bobcats enjoyed their best season last year. Not after they finished the regular season at 9-1, made the NCAA Division III playoffs for the first time, and won their first-round game before falling in the national quarterfinals.With 17 starters back, the Bobcats won't be surprising people anymore. In one year, they have gone from a blip on the Division III screen to a team that has been ranked among the top five in preseason polls.
August 30, 1992
Head coach: Gene Blizzard (second season).Assistant coaches: Don Vail, Joe Alex.1991 record: 0-10.Returnees: Seniors Keir Thompson (OB-DB), Dan Durst (FB-LB), Brenton Clark (E-DE), Andy Glenn (OT-DT), Andy Clark (OT-DT), Don Krtanjek (QB-DB), Roy Sampson (OB-DB), Brandon Barrett (G-LB), Matt Dupree (OT-DT), Chris Abel (Line) and Doug Morin (Kicker).Newcomers: Juniors Terry Vail (OB) and Dick Barwick (OB).Coach's outlook: "We don't have a whole lot of experience on this team, so we're just trying to improve.