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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | December 16, 1998
After stops in St. Louis and Chicago, the "Big Show," starring All-American guards Keith Bogans and Joe Forte, made its way into Cape St. Claire last night.DeMatha of Hyattsville, the nation's No. 1 team, showed an overflow crowd at Broadneck why it is thought of so highly. The Stags (6-0) blew out Broadneck, ranked 13th by The Sun, 82-46, for their 19th consecutive win dating back to last season.Bogans, a 6-foot-4 guard headed to Kentucky, and Forte, a 6-3 guard who will play at North Carolina next year, were a sight to behold as the Stags raced out to a 37-21 lead at the half.
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By Christian Ewell, Ken Murray and Paul McMullen and Christian Ewell, Ken Murray and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 30, 2003
Kentucky just wasn't the same without a healthy Keith Bogans. The senior point guard was clearly hampered by his sprained left ankle yesterday, and the Wildcats' 26-game winning streak came to a stunning end with an 83-69 loss to Marquette in the Midwest Regional final. "I don't know what happened," forward Chuck Hayes said. "It's like a big nightmare." Wearing a white plastic brace on the ankle, Bogans started after consulting with coach Tubby Smith and the team's trainers. Bogans scored 15 points in 24 minutes - but he obviously wasn't at full strength.
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By Christian Ewell, Ken Murray and Paul McMullen and Christian Ewell, Ken Murray and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 30, 2003
Kentucky just wasn't the same without a healthy Keith Bogans. The senior point guard was clearly hampered by his sprained left ankle yesterday, and the Wildcats' 26-game winning streak came to a stunning end with an 83-69 loss to Marquette in the Midwest Regional final. "I don't know what happened," forward Chuck Hayes said. "It's like a big nightmare." Wearing a white plastic brace on the ankle, Bogans started after consulting with coach Tubby Smith and the team's trainers. Bogans scored 15 points in 24 minutes - but he obviously wasn't at full strength.
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By Christian Ewell and Don Markus and Christian Ewell and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 29, 2003
The key question for today's Midwest Regional final is whether guard Keith Bogans will be able to play for Kentucky against Marquette after suffering a high sprain of his left ankle. Bogans, the Southeastern Conference's Player of the Year, is questionable after aggravating the injury - with him for much of this season - late in the first half of a 63-57 win over Wisconsin in Minneapolis. It happened at the 3:25 mark when he collided with Badgers swingman Kirk Penney. The DeMatha alumnus returned briefly before halftime but didn't play for the Wildcats (32-3)
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By Christian Ewell and Don Markus and Christian Ewell and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 29, 2003
The key question for today's Midwest Regional final is whether guard Keith Bogans will be able to play for Kentucky against Marquette after suffering a high sprain of his left ankle. Bogans, the Southeastern Conference's Player of the Year, is questionable after aggravating the injury - with him for much of this season - late in the first half of a 63-57 win over Wisconsin in Minneapolis. It happened at the 3:25 mark when he collided with Badgers swingman Kirk Penney. The DeMatha alumnus returned briefly before halftime but didn't play for the Wildcats (32-3)
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 15, 2002
ST. LOUIS -- In many ways, Keith Bogans has typified what had been a disappointing regular season for Kentucky. After nearly leaving for the NBA after his sophomore year, Bogans figured to be one of the top players in the country. But the former DeMatha High School star struggled with his shot, his confidence and sometimes with his coach. Bogans got off to a good start yesterday, and so did the Wildcats. He scored a team-high 21 points in Kentucky's 83-68 victory over Valparaiso in the first round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
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February 7, 2003
The number64 Seasons before this one since UCLA last lost nine straight games. He said it "Man, my team is playing scared." Brett Nelson of No. 1 Florida, to Kentucky's Keith Bogans during the No. 6 Wildcats' 70-55 win over the visiting Gators on Tuesday
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By Gary Lambrecht | March 22, 2002
The game What: NCAA tournament East Regional semifinal Site: Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y. Time: 10:03 p.m. (approx.) TV/Radio: Chs. 13, 9/WBAL (1090 AM) Line: Maryland by 6 The teams Maryland: 28-4, Atlantic Coast Conference champions at 15-1; 19th NCAA appearance. Kentucky: 22-9, fourth in the Southeastern Conference at 10-6; 43rd NCAA appearance. The frontcourts Kentucky has an outstanding player in forward Tayshaun Prince, who is coming off a 41-point effort against Tulsa and has been its leading scorer all season.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 18, 1997
It was the third quarter of No. 13-ranked Loyola's 80-57 loss to DeMatha yesterday when coach Morgan Wootten's visiting Stags began summoning players off the bench.Those reserves -- on a team ranked No. 7 nationally and No. 1 in the Washington, D.C., area by The Washington Post, and which started only two of the four seniors listed on its 14-man roster -- included 6-foot-10, 230-pound junior Derek Ahern and 6-10, 240-pound freshman Jordan Collins.Collins immediately contributed four points and six rebounds, causing spectator Matt Barhight -- a 15-year-old, 5-3 guard on Loyola's freshman squad -- to point from the stands in uncontrollable excitement.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2002
Kentucky basketball fans are often an emotional barometer for their team, so when most of the tickets for last week's NCAA men's tournament games in St. Louis were returned to officials running the sub-regional site, it seemed telling of how the Wildcats had been playing. "We've got the greatest fans in America," said junior guard Keith Bogans. "They have a lot of expectations for us to live up to. When we don't, they have a problem. And we should, too." But the fans who follow a team like some religious cult are also fickle.
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February 7, 2003
The number64 Seasons before this one since UCLA last lost nine straight games. He said it "Man, my team is playing scared." Brett Nelson of No. 1 Florida, to Kentucky's Keith Bogans during the No. 6 Wildcats' 70-55 win over the visiting Gators on Tuesday
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By Gary Lambrecht | March 22, 2002
The game What: NCAA tournament East Regional semifinal Site: Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y. Time: 10:03 p.m. (approx.) TV/Radio: Chs. 13, 9/WBAL (1090 AM) Line: Maryland by 6 The teams Maryland: 28-4, Atlantic Coast Conference champions at 15-1; 19th NCAA appearance. Kentucky: 22-9, fourth in the Southeastern Conference at 10-6; 43rd NCAA appearance. The frontcourts Kentucky has an outstanding player in forward Tayshaun Prince, who is coming off a 41-point effort against Tulsa and has been its leading scorer all season.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2002
Kentucky basketball fans are often an emotional barometer for their team, so when most of the tickets for last week's NCAA men's tournament games in St. Louis were returned to officials running the sub-regional site, it seemed telling of how the Wildcats had been playing. "We've got the greatest fans in America," said junior guard Keith Bogans. "They have a lot of expectations for us to live up to. When we don't, they have a problem. And we should, too." But the fans who follow a team like some religious cult are also fickle.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 15, 2002
ST. LOUIS -- In many ways, Keith Bogans has typified what had been a disappointing regular season for Kentucky. After nearly leaving for the NBA after his sophomore year, Bogans figured to be one of the top players in the country. But the former DeMatha High School star struggled with his shot, his confidence and sometimes with his coach. Bogans got off to a good start yesterday, and so did the Wildcats. He scored a team-high 21 points in Kentucky's 83-68 victory over Valparaiso in the first round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | December 16, 1998
After stops in St. Louis and Chicago, the "Big Show," starring All-American guards Keith Bogans and Joe Forte, made its way into Cape St. Claire last night.DeMatha of Hyattsville, the nation's No. 1 team, showed an overflow crowd at Broadneck why it is thought of so highly. The Stags (6-0) blew out Broadneck, ranked 13th by The Sun, 82-46, for their 19th consecutive win dating back to last season.Bogans, a 6-foot-4 guard headed to Kentucky, and Forte, a 6-3 guard who will play at North Carolina next year, were a sight to behold as the Stags raced out to a 37-21 lead at the half.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 18, 1997
It was the third quarter of No. 13-ranked Loyola's 80-57 loss to DeMatha yesterday when coach Morgan Wootten's visiting Stags began summoning players off the bench.Those reserves -- on a team ranked No. 7 nationally and No. 1 in the Washington, D.C., area by The Washington Post, and which started only two of the four seniors listed on its 14-man roster -- included 6-foot-10, 230-pound junior Derek Ahern and 6-10, 240-pound freshman Jordan Collins.Collins immediately contributed four points and six rebounds, causing spectator Matt Barhight -- a 15-year-old, 5-3 guard on Loyola's freshman squad -- to point from the stands in uncontrollable excitement.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 16, 1996
FROSTBURG - St. Frances coach William Wells enjoyed a chat with legendary coach Morgan Wootten of DeMatha while their teams waited for the conclusion of the early semifinal game at the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament last night at Frostburg State College.Over the years their histories at the tournament have been a contrast. DeMatha had reached the final in 18 of the last 19 years while St. Frances had never made it past the semifinals, losing both times to DeMatha.The Panthers wrote a new chapter last night.
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By FRED RASMUSSEN | June 16, 1995
Capt. James F. Bogan slowly mounted the porch steps of the restored Sea Girt, N.J., Lighthouse on a warm September Saturday last year to attend a meeting of survivors and historians who had gathered to discuss the burning of the liner Morro Castle, which caught fire off the Jersey coast in 1934.It was an event he had spent most of his life trying to forget, when out of the front parlor of the lighthouse stepped Agnes Prince Margolis, 89, holding the Morro Castle life preserver that she wore that fateful morning.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 16, 1996
FROSTBURG - St. Frances coach William Wells enjoyed a chat with legendary coach Morgan Wootten of DeMatha while their teams waited for the conclusion of the early semifinal game at the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament last night at Frostburg State College.Over the years their histories at the tournament have been a contrast. DeMatha had reached the final in 18 of the last 19 years while St. Frances had never made it past the semifinals, losing both times to DeMatha.The Panthers wrote a new chapter last night.
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