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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | August 18, 1992
Cara Hergan's first day on the job went smoothly enough, with just a few noticeable stares and some soft murmurings.Hergan, 22, wasn't quite sure how she would be received during yesterday morning's initial practice session for the North County High School boys soccer program. Surely, none of the athletes who gathered on the lower field behind the school were prepared for the news that awaited them from varsity head coach Steve Malone.Gentlemen, meet your new junior varsity soccer coach."I think the guys were kind of shocked," said Hergan, a 1988 graduate of Andover High who played three years on the varsity girls soccer team.
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By Jeff Seidel and For The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2014
David Eisenhauer quickly made a name for himself during his first cross country season last fall after his family moved here from Washington state. As a junior at Wilde Lake, he found success in big races, capping his season with a second-place finish in the Class 3A state meet. Eisenhauer has continued that success this fall. He scored a 49-second victory at the Seahawk Invitational last week and posted another big win in Saturday's Howard County Invitational at Centennial. The senior won on a cloudy morning, finishing in 16 minutes, 37.44 seconds and easily beating out Paint Branch's Lorenzo Neil (17:06.64)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | July 25, 2002
GERMANTOWN - Supporters of the Maryland Bays' under-14 boys team have grown accustomed to a halftime shift. It's not any adjustment made on the field, but rather above it, coming from the fans themselves who are used to finding the overwhelming majority of play on whichever end their Bays are attacking. Yesterday at the Maryland SoccerPlex proved no different, despite the fact that the Bays were making their debut in the Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships. The Baltimore-based club picked up right where it left off in state and region play, jumping on the Eagles of Alpharetta, Ga., from the start, eventually getting the all-important first goal in the 20th minute en route to a 3-0 opening-round win that was both bold and comforting.
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
A pair of 2014 Broadneck graduates were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America team on Wednesday. Midfielder Henry Welsh was named to the boys team and forward Ellie McNulty was named to the girls team. McNulty was an All-Metro first-team selection last year and will play lacrosse next season at Princeton. Welsh and McNulty will receive their award -- along with 47 other boys and 52 other girls -- at the 2014 NSCAA High School All-America Brunch on Aug. 2 at Lake Buena Vista Palace in Orlando.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | February 16, 1996
Oakland Mills' boys team used its depth to overcome what Scorpions coach Sam Singleton called the "speed factor" at yesterday's Class 1A-2A South regional championships at the Fifth Regiment Armory.Competing for the first time in a region that includes Prince George's County sprint schools Central, Surrattsville and Potomac, the Scorpions still managed to win. Oakland Mills tallied 106 points, more than enough to turn away runner-up Surrattsville (73) and third-place Wilde Lake (57)."We didn't know what to expect because there is so much speed in this region," said Singleton, whose team in past years has competed in the North region.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | July 24, 2002
The play to this point has been nearly perfect, and that's no surprise. The Maryland Bays under-14 boys team from Baltimore, which outscored 10 state and East Region teams this summer 44-1, has been looking to this week since the completion of its 18-player roster last November. Today is the start of the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships, set to run through Sunday at the Maryland SoccerPlex in Germantown, where the Bays will take on some of the country's finest teams. Coached by Steve Nichols the past three years, the Bays will open against Alpharetta (Ga.)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 6, 1998
MIDDLETOWN -- North Carroll's Colleen Lawson and the defending Class 3A state champion South Carroll boys team both used yesterday's Class 3A West region meet to show how good they are.Lawson, a first-year runner, scored a 27-second victory in the girls race, and the No. 3-ranked Cavaliers, despite running without top gun Bobby Mead, were impressive, as well, on a cold afternoon at Middletown High School in Frederick County.This was the South Carroll boys' second straight region title.Lawson quickly found her stride after coming out for the team about a week late, having dropped another sport.
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By Josh Smith and Josh Smith,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 11, 2000
There was a time, two years ago, when Yvonne Streater was apprehensive when entering a lacrosse game. She was just a sophomore at Walbrook High and had never played organized lacrosse before. To that point, Streater's only experience with the sport had taken place in middle school gym classes, where many girls, if they had their "druthers," probably would have chosen arithmetic over lacrosse. Inexperience wasn't her only obstacle. She was playing on the varsity boys team. Like most other Baltimore public high schools, Walbrook has no girls lacrosse program, leaving Streater one option if she wanted to pursue lacrosse.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 5, 1998
The McDonogh boys team brings plenty of power to the court in going for its seventh straight conference title and should be one of best teams in the Baltimore area if not the state.McDonogh, which has won the last six Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championships, will need to get past Gilman, Loyola and Park this season. Only boys play in the spring in this private school league; the girls compete in the fall.Both boys and girls play in public school competition, and Pikesville will go for its 28th title in the last 30 years in Baltimore County.
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By Stan Rappaport | March 21, 2001
Mount Hebron's Rohan Nabar and Glenelg's Ryan Yao were freshmen last year when they played for the boys singles title at the Howard County tournament. But neither one will win the title this season. See, you've got to play to win. Nabar, who was unbeaten in the county last season and is ranked third in 16-under in the state, has decided not to play high school tennis. Instead, he is training for national tournaments at the Tennis Center of College Park. Yao, who moved here from the Chicago area before his freshman year, is moving back to Naperville, Ill. He's planning to play in Glenelg's first two matches before moving this weekend.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2014
It's over. The Hereford boys lacrosse team  had its string of six straight Class 3A-2A state titles end on Wednesday night  when a talented Kent Island team earned an 8-6 win in the title game. The Bulls had been 9-for-9 in state title games before the loss, and their six straight titles and nine overall are state records. While last night was the time to report about Hereford's loss and how it came about -- the Buccaneers from Queen Anne's County had the answers and were the better team, albeit slightly -- now is the time to applaud the Bulls for their astonishing run. Prior to last night, the last time they lost a playoff game was in 2007, when Baltimore County rival Catonsville came away with an 8-7 win in the North regional semifinals.    Every year, the level of play from opponents increases and the Bulls had a bigger and bigger target on their back as the state titles piled up.  And every year, the Bulls managed to stay a step ahead of the competition.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2014
Boys basketball state champions City and Edmondson will be recognized at Monday afternoon's city council meeting at City Hall. City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young introduced the resolution to celebrate the teams' seasons. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake also is scheduled to be in attendance.  The No. 1 Knights completed a perfect 27-0 season when they defeated Westlake to capture the Class 3A state championship on March 15. No. 3 Edmondson defeated Allegany to capture the Class 1A state crown on the same day, finishing with a 20-5 mark.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2014
As one of the top inside threats in Baltimore-area girls basketball, Southern's Jordyn Brown gets a lot of attention. Despite drawing double and triple teams on a nightly basis, the 6-foot senior averages 22.7 points, 11.2 rebounds and 4.7 blocks per game for the Bulldogs (5-10). No team has been able to stop Brown, a force inside who can also hit the 3-pointer. A veteran of the Maryland Lady Shooting Stars Amateur Athletic Union team, Brown also plays volleyball for Southern.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 28, 2013
The St. Paul's boys soccer team showed it has gained significant ground on McDonogh since the teams first met in early September, spoiling the No. 1 Eagles' bid for a perfect season on Monday. The No. 2 Crusaders withstood constant pressure in two 10-minute overtime periods after junior midfielder Brady White scored the game-tying goal in the second half to force the 3-3 draw. It was a different result for St. Paul's, which lost to McDonogh 4-0 on Sept. 11. McDonogh is now 18-0-1 overall and 14-0-1 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association's A Conference with its regular-season finale set for Wednesday against visiting John Carroll.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2013
On days before a game, the Marriotts Ridge boys soccer team cranks up the intensity for the last precious few minutes of practice. The team splits into three groups, with two on the field at a time. They are crammed inside the penalty area, with two goals placed at each end. A ball is thrown in the middle and the feisty fray - simply dubbed "The Game with the Goals" - begins. Pinball-like shots, courageous defense and a fair share of trash talk follow. The first team to score twice stays on the field, while the loser leaves.
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September 19, 2013
Aberdeen Coaches : Joshua Rupert (boys) and Jaime White (girls) Top prospects, boys : Billy Morris, Sr.; Dylan Morris, Jr.; Miles Slentz, Sr. Top prospects, girls : N/A Outlook : The boys team is stronger than previous years, with second-year runner Billy Morris the pace-setter among the 12 on the team. The girls' team is incomplete, with three on the roster as the season begins. Bel Air Coaches : Jon Andrews and Ashley Andrews Top prospects, boys : Austin Weiss, So.; Jordan Mensh, Jr.; Ethan Brito, Jr.; Justin Knoll, So.; Sam Guo, Sr.; Kevin Porter, Sr.; Trent Tolley, Sr.; John Cross, Sr.; Casey Sims, Jr.; Gregg Abbey, Fr.; Kenny Connelly, So. Top prospects, girls : Emily League, Jr.; Marisa Abbey, Jr.; Kelsea Hilditch, Sr.; Brittany Keene, Sr.; Breanna Keene, Sr.; Anna Puntanen, So.; Natalie Fell, Fr.; Taylor Patrick, Fr.; Lauren Davie, Fr.; Joy Hayward, So.; Esther Cross, Sr.; Megan Kotrla, Sr. Outlook : With the largest team in the county - 42 boys and 42 girls - the Bobcats have lots of potential.
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By Steve Kivinski and Steve Kivinski,Contributing Writer | February 25, 1994
Old Mill coach Mike Marcus knew his boys team had the numbers and the talent to hold off Eleanor Roosevelt of Prince George's County in yesterday's Class 4A indoor track and field championships at the Fifth Regiment Armory, but he reminded his Patriots that winning on paper doesn't cut it.When Marcus calculated his projections for the Patriots' girls contingent he had his team coming up a few points short, so he reminded that group that anything can happen.It...
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 8, 1998
HAGERSTOWN -- Southern's Antwon Jones captured the county's first region title by clearing 6 feet to win the high jump at yesterday's Class 2A-3A West Region championships at Hagerstown Junior College.Broadneck, the county's only other representative at the meet, finished fifth in the boys team competition which was dominated by Wilde Lake.Jarrod Nagowski and Dorain Watkins led the way for the Bruins, finishing second and third, respectively, in the high jump, and teammate Walt Wagner helped out by placing third in the shot put with a toss of 45 feet, 3 1/4 inches.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2013
High school lacrosse standouts like McDonogh's Brinton Valis are usually playing for their respective club teams during the summer months. This weekend, however, the rising senior and many other players have a unique opportunity. The inaugural National High School Lacrosse Showcase, featuring more than 20 of the top high school boys teams in the country, will take place Friday through Sunday at the Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center in Parkton. The three-day tournament will feature some of the Baltimore area's top teams, as well as squads from seven other states and Washington, D.C. Each team will play four games in the first round starting Friday morning, with the top eight advancing to the quarterfinal round Saturday night.
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By Glenn Graham | May 9, 2013
The first two Baltimore City boys lacrosse championship games -- both featuring Poly and Northwestern -- were tightly contested with each team coming away with a title. The third time around on Tuesday didn't have the same down-to-the-wire drama. With an explosive attack and strong defense, Poly comfortably beat Northwestern. The Engineers got a six-goal, two-assist performance from junior Raamah Harcum and goalie Michael Brown turned back 14 shots as the Engineers came away with a 17-3 win over Northwestern for their second title in three years.
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