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By Edward Lee | February 8, 2012
Wednesday's entry is the first installment of a week-long series taking a look at each of the eight Division III programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. The Sun's lacrosse preview is slated to be published on Friday, Feb. 17. This is Frostburg State's turn. Overview: In their first foray in Division III lacrosse, the Bobcats won six of 17 contests. While not exactly a gaudy record, the six victories were somewhat of a surprise for a squad that did not boast a single senior.
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BY DEWEY FOX, dfox@theaegis.com | December 27, 2011
The John Carroll Patriots battered the visiting Bel Air Bobcats, winning 11 of 14 bouts en route to a 52-17 victory in the ninth annual Battle of Bel Air wrestling dual meet Thursday night. C. Milton Wright also won a wrestling match Thursday night. In the Battle of Bel Air, this was the third straight combined victory in the cross-town match for the Patriots, giving them a 5-4 edge in the event's nine-year history. Friday's proceedings started with the 145-pound bout where John Carroll's George Webster pinned Bel Air's Anthony Zappanioulso at the 3:01 mark.
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December 7, 2011
Edgewood and Joppatowne opened their boys basketball season Tuesday night with a wild one between the two Harford County neighbors. Visiting Edgewood beat the Mariners, 50-49, on a foul shot with five seconds left. The next night, C. Milton Wright had an easier time beating its cross-town rival Bel Air. The southern Harford rivals were tied Tuesday evening at 49 with five seconds left when Edgewood got its game-winning free throw. Edgewood's Thomas Dillard led all scorers with 17 points.
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By Glenn Graham, , The Baltimore Sun | October 20, 2011
The C. Milton Wright girls soccer team has won two straight Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference championships with a consistent formula: a stingy and united defense to go with and aggressive and opportunistic offense. The pattern has remained the same this season for the No. 8 Mustangs, and it was once again evident Thursday at Bel Air, where they scored two second-half goals to pull away from the No. 15 Bobcats for a 2-0 win. The win clinches the league's Chesapeake division for Wright, which went a perfect 6-0 in league play without surrendering a goal.  The Mustangs, now 10-3 overall, will defend their league crown against Susquehanna division champion Rising Sun at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Bel Air. After a scoreless first half, the Mustangs showed urgency coming out for the second half, getting an early goal from junior forward  Sarah Piazza off a corner kick five minutes in.  With 17 minutes left, fellow junior forward Megan Frailer beat a defender and cranked a left-footed shot from 15 yards that found the top near post from the right side to make it 2-0. “We knew we had the wind in our face in the first half and we still had some chances, but we weren't finishing like we have been," C. Milton Wright Paul Austin said.
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September 27, 2011
The Havre de Grace boys volleyball team kept its record perfect Monday by beating the visiting Bel Air Bobcats, 3-1. Havre de Grace took the first game, 25-13. The Bobcats countered with a 25-19 victory. The Warriors won the match by 25-17 and 25-21 scores in the third and fourth games. David Beck led Havre de Grace in the win, posting a match-high 22 kills. He also had 16 digs, three blocks and a team-best seven aces. Steven Ashman led the Warriors with six blocks and had 16 digs.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2011
The Bel Air boys lacrosse team had nearly 20 hours to think about its playoff life and just over seven minutes of game clock to do something about it Tuesday afternoon. Trailing Harford County rival Fallston by two goals when lightning suspended play with 7:11 remaining in Monday's Class 3A-2A North regional semifinal, the No. 15 Bobcats knew they would have to execute precisely when play resumed Tuesday. When Jay Butler took a short pass from Joey Creaghan and bounced home the game-winner with 1:51 to play — the third unanswered goal since play had resumed — the host Bobcats (14-2)
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2011
Navy's women's lacrosse team struggled at times this season with controlling the draw, but getting that initial possession proved no problem Saturday. The Midshipmen overwhelmed Quinnipiac on the draws, winning 20 of 27, and used that advantage to ignite a second-half offensive surge as they rolled over the Bobcats, 20-5, in an NCAA Division I play-in game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. Tonight, the Midshipmen (15-4) will learn who their next opponent will be when the bracket for the NCAA tournament is announced.
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February 5, 2011
Record and statistics through Friday's games 1. Celtics 37-12 (1): Scary part is they're built for playoffs, when they get days off. 2. Spurs 42-8 (2): Forget Lakers, race they're focusing on now is with Celtics. 3. Heat 36-14 (4): Healthy again, blew Magic off their own floor, or came close enough. 4. Bulls 34-14 (5): Hottest East team isn't any of usual suspects: 25-6 since 9-8 start. 5. Mavericks 34-15 (9): In Dirk we trust: 1-3 upon Nowitzki return, 7-0 since, winning in Boston.
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By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2010
North Harford spent lots of time in the Bel Air circle during Tuesday night's game. The Hawks pressured the host Bobcats throughout the early minutes and pushed even more early in the second half. But Bel Air repeatedly cleared the ball away from goalie Rachelle Ciulla and out of trouble. Ciulla made a few big plays herself, and all of that helped Abby Dempsey's first-half goal stand up as Bel Air edged No. 6 North Harford, 1-0, in an Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference game.
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By MIKE CRANSTON | AP Sports Writer | February 27, 2010
NBA commissioner David Stern expects Michael Jordan to be approved as majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats by the end of next month. Stern released a statement Saturday saying he was "pleased" the former NBA superstar had reached a deal to buy the money-losing team from Bob Johnson. Stern anticipates an expedited approval process by the league's owners. Jordan has declined to comment after striking a deal late Friday. Jordan has been a part-owner of the Bobcats with the final say on basketball decisions.
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