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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | January 23, 1994
For Roland Park senior Peggy Boutilier and St. Paul's graduate Tricia Burdt, being the Baltimore area's top high school field hockey players was just the beginning.The two 18-year-olds have emerged among the best young players in the nation with their selection to the United States Field Hockey Association's under-21 team earlier this month.They tried out for the team during the USFHA's A Camp conducted the week after Christmas at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J.Boutilier, The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year last fall, is one of just two high school players selected to the 16-member team.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 17, 1998
At first glance, this afternoon's Division I women's lacrosse championship clash between No. 1 Virginia and No. 3 Maryland may seem like simply a tale of a powerful offense vs. a stingy defense.After all, Maryland's veteran attack scores 13.75 goals a game and Virginia's experienced defense allows just 5.74.But when it comes down to the nitty gritty, the final chapter of the season likely will be as much a tale of young players who grew up quickly.Sure, Maryland has some great attack players in seniors Sascha Newmarch and Cathy Nelson (Mount Hebron)
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November 22, 1993
Peggy Boutilier, senior, Roland Park, midfield -- A first-team All-Metro pick last year, Boutilier is the area's best all-around player. She scored 11 goals and had three assists for the No. 6 Reds as they won a fifth straight Association of Independent Schools A Division title. The complete package of skills, game sense and athletic ability, Boutilier had no weaknesses. Lethal on corners, she had three goals in a single game. Despite being the attack half of the Reds' two-girls midfield, Boutilier also excelled defensively.
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May 15, 1998
At UMBC StadiumNo. 1 Virginia (16-2)vs. No. 4 Dartmouth (13-2)Time: 6 p.m.Outlook: The most prolific offense in Division I faces the stingiest defense. Dartmouth, which leads the nation with 14.8 goals per game, is led by Garrison Forest graduate Jacque Weitzel (58 goals, 10 assists). The Cavaliers have held the opposition to an average of 5.67 goals per game. ACC Player of the Year and Roland Park graduate Peggy Boutilier (36, 4) leads a Cavaliers offense that has lost top threats Beth Potter and Mia Mooney to knee injuries.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | October 7, 1993
Roland Park's Peggy Boutilier feels comfortable anywhere on the hockey field -- except maybe the goal cage.Yesterday, however, that's just where the All-Metro midfielder found herself as the No. 3 Reds made a tremendous last-second stand against unranked Maryvale.Boutilier, who stayed back when Reds keeper Eleanor Cordi stepped up against the attack, lunged to make a stick save with about five seconds left.That preserved a 2-1 victory over visiting Maryvale (0-1-2 overall, 0-1-1 league) in an Association of Independent Schools A Division league game.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | July 8, 1993
Come September, Peggy Boutilier could finish her what-I-did-on-my-summer-vacation essay in three words -- "I played hockey."Then again, the Roland Park senior might want to elaborate on her trip to the United States Olympic Festival in San Antonio July 19-28.Sandwiched within a busy camp schedule, the Olympic Festival competition provides Boutilier, 18, with her highest level of experience yet. Boutilier and St. Paul's graduate Tricia Burdt were the only Baltimore-area girls selected to the Olympic Festival's four field hockey teams.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 15, 1998
Peggy Boutilier has never been one to seek the spotlight, but it has always found her.Through four years at Virginia, Boutilier has been content to play whatever role necessary to try to bring a national championship to Charlottesville. In the process, she has emerged as the 1997 Division I Defensive Player of the Year and the 1998 Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year.The Roland Park graduate plays a critical role in a defense that boasts the lowest goals-against average in Division I, allowing 5.67 a game.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | October 23, 1993
Before yesterday's game, Roland Park's Peggy Boutilier handed Friends coach Carol Samuels a get-well card and a rosebud from the Reds.The gifts wished Samuels a smooth recovery from Wednesday's arthroscopic knee surgery, but the card read, "We still want to beat you." The rose apparently represented the hat trick Boutilier was about to pull off.The senior link scored all the game's goals to lead the No. 4 Reds to a 3-0 victory over No. 6 Friends in a rematch of last year's Association of Independent Schools A Division tournament championship game.
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October 26, 1993
Peggy BoutilierRoland ParkField hockeyBoutilier, a senior midfielder, scored all three goals off corner strokes in a 3-0 victory over then-No. 6 Friends. She leads the co-No. 4 Reds in scoring with six goals and three assists.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | November 14, 1993
Rain fell on yesterday's title game but not on No. 4 Roland Park's bid for a fifth straight Association of Independent Schools A Division tournament championship.Peggy Boutilier scored the game-winner on a corner pass from Catherine Passano early in the second half to give the Reds a 1-0 victory over Severn at St. Paul's School for Girls.Appearing in their seventh straight tournament final, the Reds (11-3) won the title outright for the third time in five years. They settled for co-champ status in 1990 and 1991.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 15, 1998
Peggy Boutilier has never been one to seek the spotlight, but it has always found her.Through four years at Virginia, Boutilier has been content to play whatever role necessary to try to bring a national championship to Charlottesville. In the process, she has emerged as the 1997 Division I Defensive Player of the Year and the 1998 Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year.The Roland Park graduate plays a critical role in a defense that boasts the lowest goals-against average in Division I, allowing 5.67 a game.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | April 26, 1998
As an eighth-grader, Erin McInnes sat on the hill overlooking Roland Park's lacrosse field and watched the Reds win their fourth straight Association of Independent Schools championship. She dreamed of playing at that level by her senior year.It didn't take nearly that long.McInnes, now a senior, started as a freshman for the Reds team that made it five AIS titles in a row. For two years now, she has been one of the league's best."It's a dream fulfilled," said McInnes, an All-Metro second-team pick last year.
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May 23, 1997
BaseballAngels: LHP Mark Langston will undergo exploratory arthroscopic surgery on his left elbow next Tuesday.Expos: LHP Rheal Cormier had a tendon transplanted from his right wrist to his left elbow and will miss 9 to 12 months.Marlins: Activated 2B Luis Castillo from 15-day disabled list.Phillies: Optioned OF Wendell Magee and OF Ricky Otero to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Activated OF Rob Butler from 15-day DL and recalled C Bobby Estalella from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.Pirates: Placed OF Al Martin on 15-day DL. Bought contract of OF Mark Smith from Triple-A Calgary.
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April 22, 1997
BaseballHonors: Kenny Lofton of the Atlanta Braves and Tony Clark of the Detroit Tigers won National League and American League Player of the Week awards.Astros: Optioned IF Russ Johnson to Triple-A New Orleans.Colorado Silver Bullets: Women's team named former Oriole Al Bumbry outfield and hitting coach.BasketballHonors: Named Washington F Chris Webber Player of the Week. In the monthly awards for April, Phoenix G Kevin Johnson was the top player, Philadelphia G Allen Iverson was the top rookie and Charlotte's Dave Cowens was the top coach.
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September 21, 1995
BasketballDetroit Pistons: Re-signed C Eric Leckner. Renounced the rights to G Negele Knight.Portland Trail Blazers: Traded F Otis Thorpe to the Pistons for the rights to G Randolph Childress and F Bill Curley.Miami Heat: Named Scotty Robertson, Bob McAdoo, and Stan Van Gundy assistant coaches. Named former UMBC coach and Washington Bullets assistant Jeff Bzdelik scout.CollegeECAC: Named Navy DB Sean Andrews football Rookie of the Week. Navy WR Matt Scornavacchi won All-ECAC honors.Atlantic Coast Conference: Named Virginia sophomore Peggy Boutilier (Roland Park)
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By Katherine Dunn | June 6, 1994
FIRST TEAM AT A GLANCE* Lisa Banbury, Mount de Sales, Jr., midfield -- The catalyst for the 19-2 Sailors dominated at center and set the offense moving. The Association of Independent Schools All-Star led the Sailors in scoring with 85 goals and 11 assists, and her speed made her a threat to score every time she had the ball. Her powerful shot and ability to find the net from any angle made her one of the area's top finishers.* Peggy Boutilier, Roland Park, Sr., midfield -- The Baltimore City/County Player of the Year, Boutilier led the Reds to a record-setting fourth straight AIS A Division title, an undefeated season and their first No. 1 ranking.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | April 28, 1993
Roland Park's lacrosse team had put some extra pressure on itself recently and struggled a bit. The Reds relaxed yesterday and enjoyed themselves.Notre Dame Prep did not.Brent McCallister had three goals and four assists, Catherine Passano added three goals and two assists and Melissa Cully and Peggy Boutilier scored three goals apiece to lead host and No. 3 Roland Park to a 15-2 victory over No. 15 Notre Dame Prep in an AIS A Division East League game.Roland...
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | May 28, 1994
With little practice time and a field full of speed, the girls game of the Lacrosse for Leukemia Tournament turned into a mere showcase of one-on-one moves.Cathy Nelson (Mount Hebron) asserted herself in the quick-scoring pace, contributing a team-high five goals to lead the West to a 15-13 win over the East at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field. Nelson, who was named the Most Valuable Player, scored four of her goals in a decisive late first-half run."It was a nice little ending for the week," said Maryland-bound Nelson, who led the Vikings to a third consecutive state championship on Wednesday.
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