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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 4, 1997
Sophomore midfielder John Fowler converted a pass from Brad Baker with 32 seconds left in the game to lift Lehigh to an 11-10 upset win over No. 7-ranked Georgetown at Habran Field in Washington.Trailing 8-3 at halftime, the Engineers (11-4) scored the only three goals of the third quarter, two by Vincent Geppi, to pull within 8-6. Lehigh then got goals from Brad Baker and Brian Houle to force a tie at 8, before the Hoyas (9-4) answered with goals from Dan Martin and Doug Meehan for a 10-8 lead.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 4, 1997
Sophomore midfielder John Fowler converted a pass from Brad Baker with 32 seconds left in the game to lift Lehigh to an 11-10 upset win over No. 7-ranked Georgetown at Habran Field in Washington.Trailing 8-3 at halftime, the Engineers (11-4) scored the only three goals of the third quarter, two by Vincent Geppi, to pull within 8-6. Lehigh then got goals from Brad Baker and Brian Houle to force a tie at 8, before the Hoyas (9-4) answered with goals from Dan Martin and Doug Meehan for a 10-8 lead.
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SPORTS
June 24, 2002
Moves Baseball PADRES: Purchased contract of P David Lundquist from Triple-A Portland. PHILLIES: Placed P Ricky Bottalico on 15-day DL with strained right shoulder. Recalled P Doug Nickle from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. REDS: Recalled P Luis Pineda from Triple-A Louisville. Optioned OF Austin Kearns to Louisville. RED SOX: Acquired P Alan Embree and P Andy Shibilo from Padres for P Brad Baker and P Dan Giese. Hockey CANUCKS: Acquired RW Jeff Farkas from Leafs for C Josh Holden.
BUSINESS
February 10, 2002
New hot line offers alerts on predatory lending A new hot line that offers expert advice to alert families to predatory lending practices is being started in several metropolitan areas across the nation, including Baltimore. The campaign by Freddie Mac, called "Don't Borrow Trouble," refers people to a network of city agencies and nonprofit organizations through the hot line: 866-DBT-HELP. The hot line will offer advice on such predatory lending practices as exorbitant interest rates, excessive fees, and deceitful lending practices.
NEWS
August 30, 1992
Head coach: Dave Cesky (16th season).Assistant coaches: Joe Grosgowski, Joe Kropkowski, Chris Cook, Brooks Poulsen, Andy Andrews and Mike Ballard.1991 record: 2-8.Returnees: Seniors Brad Baker (WR-S), Mike Carter (C-DT), Pat Grant (WR-S), Kris Kapinos (TE-S), Bo Kluge (RB-LB), Keith Lee (OT-DT), Tom Pappas (FB-DE), Craig Rhoten (G-LB), J.C. Waller (T-DE) and Mike Weaver (RB-LB); junior Chris Harrison (G-DT).Newcomers: Juniors Brad Thomas (QB-LB) and Tom Wirth (QB-LB); sophomore Mike Ballard (RB-DE)
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | February 9, 2000
Sykesville faces a $3 million lawsuit over issues surrounding the town's Historic District Commission. In a suit filed in Carroll Circuit Court, Joy and Brad Baker say they were harassed when they tried to remodel their Main Street house. The couple has asked for damages that would be double the town's operating budget. The suit comes in the midst of the town's efforts to revive its downtown and restore its 19th-century clapboard storefronts. Its historic commission, a panel of volunteers appointed by the Town Council, has banned vinyl from its historic district, which includes most of Main Street.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | May 8, 1993
Sean Keenan and Stebs Garcia combined for 13 saves as No. 1 St. Paul's (13-0) shut out McDonogh, 16-0, in Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference play. It was the Crusaders' 34th straight win. Jamie Pollock scored three goals.* Fallston 19, Hammond 9: Senior midfielder Dan Bowers scored a game-high five goals and Brad Baker and Zack Karantonis added four goals each to lead No. 9 Fallston (10-1) past host Hammond in a Harford County game.* City 17, Patterson 5: Attack Ron Helmick and midfielder Trent Green scored five goals each to lead host City (11-2, 9-2)
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | November 6, 1992
Fallston had one answering salvo for C. Milton Wright, but Chris Gill's second successive kickoff return for a touchdown helped send the unbeaten Mustangs to a 21-6 victory in a Harford County league football game last night in Bel Air.The victory was the 33rd straight in regular-season play for Wright (10-0, 8-0) and put a dent in the playoff hopes for Fallston (6-4, 5-3). Wright already is assured of playing host to a Class 1A, Region II playoff game next Friday night.Rain fell for practically the entire game, turning the field into a 100-yard mud puddle.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 6, 1999
Only a sophomore, Westminster's Rafe Bridges often gets saddled with the menial post-game tasks reserved for the team's youngest members, such as raking dirt.That duty seemed especially appropriate following yesterday's 13-9 win over visiting North Carroll, because he spent much of the game on the base paths messing them up.Bridges went 5-for-5 with four RBIs, including a pair of run-scoring triples, as the Owls (8-9 overal, 6-5 Central Maryland Conference) knocked out a season-high 21 hits in avenging two previous losses to the Panthers.
NEWS
By Kathy Sutphin and Kathy Sutphin,Contributing Writer | October 5, 1992
About 1,000 hot-off-the-presses coupon books -- filled with 57 savings certificates offered by Mount Airy area merchants -- represent more than just an advertising tool to the Greater Mount Airy Business Association.The coupon book project, as well as the first Mount Airy business exposition Oct. 24 and monthly morning meetings with guest speakers of local interest, give the organization "a reason for being," said Bob Robertson, Greater Mount Airy Business Association vice president.This year's coupon books, which cost $10 each, will help non-profit groups that are selling the books.
NEWS
March 20, 1991
Coach: Jim Carnes, 13th year Last year's record: BOYS -- 10-8 overall, 4-5 in the county, 9-8 in the Central Maryland Conference. GIRLS -- 17-1 overall, 8-1 in the county, 16-1 in the CMCTop returnees: BOYS -- Seniors, Brad Medairy, Bill Kerner; juniors, Sam Theprongs, Brad Baker, Scott Mishler; sophomores, Paul Weinhardt, Derek Johnson: GIRLS -- Seniors, Kristin Medvetz, Valee Baker, Shannon Conaway, Amy Masters; juniors, Gretchen Fogle, Angie Frizzell; sophomore,...
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