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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | September 22, 1992
With injuries forcing him to go with his third quarterback in as many games, Navy coach George Chaump may start unproven Steve Seoane when the Midshipmen play host to Rutgers on Saturday.Seoane, a 5-foot-11, 191-pound senior from Tampa, Fla., practiced with the first-team offense yesterday and may make his first career start this week.Seoane got his first playing time in Saturday's 28-0 loss at Boston College after senior Brian Ellis left the game in the third quarter with a broken jaw. Ellis was making his first career start after sophomore Jim Kubiak suffered a dislocated shoulder in the season-opening, 53-0 loss to Virginia.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | April 4, 2007
Brian Ellis won't soon forget "the look of disappointment" on his teammates' faces after last year's Class 2A North regional baseball playoff loss to Eastern Tech. "I especially felt bad for the seniors because they all worked so hard and they would never be able to wear the Poly uniform again," said Ellis, 17, who is now a senior. "The attitude of this year's team is one of more focus and seriousness. We have a great combination of experience and youth. I believe that we have the offense, defense and pitching to get it done this season."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | September 11, 1990
ANNAPOLIS -- The last time Navy met Virginia in football, Gary Tranquill was coaching the Middies, Napoleon McCallum was a rookie with the Los Angeles Raiders and a fellow named Chuck Smith trampled all over the Cavaliers.The year was 1986. In the opener, Smith rushed for 230 yards and a touchdown, the sixth best rushing performance in academy history, as Navy won, 20-10.On the sideline that day was McCallum, Navy's All-America tailback the year before who was in the area with the Raiders for their game against the Washington Redskins.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | September 11, 1993
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Credit Navy coach George Chaump with being honest going into this afternoon's game against Virginia. While some college coaches will try to persuade you that their team can beat the Dallas Cowboys, Chaump is a realist."
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | September 11, 1993
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Credit Navy coach George Chaump with being honest going into this afternoon's game against Virginia. While some college coaches will try to persuade you that their team can beat the Dallas Cowboys, Chaump is a realist."
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 16, 1991
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- After scoring a touchdown and running effectively in a 17-10 loss to Virginia on Saturday night, Navy fullback Brad Stramanak was asked whether there was any satisfaction playing tough against a team that was a 42-point winner over the Midshipmen a year ago."Can you really have success when you don't win?" Stramanak said. "It's a team game; you practice as a team and play as a team. I didn't have a good game -- if we don't win, my performance doesn't mean a thing."The Midshipmen may not have gained a victory against the Cavaliers on Saturday, but they left Scott Stadium with a sense of satisfaction.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | April 4, 2007
Brian Ellis won't soon forget "the look of disappointment" on his teammates' faces after last year's Class 2A North regional baseball playoff loss to Eastern Tech. "I especially felt bad for the seniors because they all worked so hard and they would never be able to wear the Poly uniform again," said Ellis, 17, who is now a senior. "The attitude of this year's team is one of more focus and seriousness. We have a great combination of experience and youth. I believe that we have the offense, defense and pitching to get it done this season."
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By Ken Rosenthal | October 1, 1992
There's this informal comedy group at the Naval Academy TTC known as the Eighth Wing Players. In a recent skit they dressed as Navy football players. "You play quarterback, you play quarterback," they all cried, pointing to one another.Funny guys, those Midshipmen, but yesterday Navy coach George Chaump wasn't laughing. At his weekly news conference, he acknowledged the possibility of using freshman Eddie Buckles as his sixth quarterback and defensive back Kevin Smart as his seventh.Chaump also revealed that fifth-string tailback Rob Edwards is nursing a sore ankle, miraculously creating spots on the depth chart for 5-foot-5 junior Jeff Williams, plebe Monty Williams, everyone but Vanessa Williams.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | September 27, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- It was several minutes after the end of his post-game press conference when Navy coach George Chaump still seated with a stunned look on his face -- quietly asked a question of a longtime Navy beat writer."
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September 6, 1991
MARYLAND* Coach: Joe Krivak, fifth season (18-25-2).* 1990 Record: 6-5-1.* Nickname: Terrapins.* Affiliation: NCAA Division I, Atlantic Coast Conference.* Key returning players: Larry Webster, Sr., DT; Frank Wycheck, So., H-Back; Troy Jackson, Sr., RB; Mark Mason, So., RB; Lubo Zizakovic, Sr., DT; Dan DeArmas, Sr., P-PK; Mitch Suplee, Sr., C; Scott Rosen, Sr., DB; Gene Thomas, Sr., SE.* Key newcomers: Jade Dubis, Fr., OL; Dave Hack, Fr., OL; Corey Holobetz, Fr., TE; John Kaleo, Jr., QB; Larry Washington, Fr., RB.* Strengths: Wycheck is coming off a freshman season in which he caught a school-record 58 passes.
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By Ken Rosenthal | October 1, 1992
There's this informal comedy group at the Naval Academy TTC known as the Eighth Wing Players. In a recent skit they dressed as Navy football players. "You play quarterback, you play quarterback," they all cried, pointing to one another.Funny guys, those Midshipmen, but yesterday Navy coach George Chaump wasn't laughing. At his weekly news conference, he acknowledged the possibility of using freshman Eddie Buckles as his sixth quarterback and defensive back Kevin Smart as his seventh.Chaump also revealed that fifth-string tailback Rob Edwards is nursing a sore ankle, miraculously creating spots on the depth chart for 5-foot-5 junior Jeff Williams, plebe Monty Williams, everyone but Vanessa Williams.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | September 27, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- It was several minutes after the end of his post-game press conference when Navy coach George Chaump still seated with a stunned look on his face -- quietly asked a question of a longtime Navy beat writer."
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | September 22, 1992
With injuries forcing him to go with his third quarterback in as many games, Navy coach George Chaump may start unproven Steve Seoane when the Midshipmen play host to Rutgers on Saturday.Seoane, a 5-foot-11, 191-pound senior from Tampa, Fla., practiced with the first-team offense yesterday and may make his first career start this week.Seoane got his first playing time in Saturday's 28-0 loss at Boston College after senior Brian Ellis left the game in the third quarter with a broken jaw. Ellis was making his first career start after sophomore Jim Kubiak suffered a dislocated shoulder in the season-opening, 53-0 loss to Virginia.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 16, 1991
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- After scoring a touchdown and running effectively in a 17-10 loss to Virginia on Saturday night, Navy fullback Brad Stramanak was asked whether there was any satisfaction playing tough against a team that was a 42-point winner over the Midshipmen a year ago."Can you really have success when you don't win?" Stramanak said. "It's a team game; you practice as a team and play as a team. I didn't have a good game -- if we don't win, my performance doesn't mean a thing."The Midshipmen may not have gained a victory against the Cavaliers on Saturday, but they left Scott Stadium with a sense of satisfaction.
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September 6, 1991
MARYLAND* Coach: Joe Krivak, fifth season (18-25-2).* 1990 Record: 6-5-1.* Nickname: Terrapins.* Affiliation: NCAA Division I, Atlantic Coast Conference.* Key returning players: Larry Webster, Sr., DT; Frank Wycheck, So., H-Back; Troy Jackson, Sr., RB; Mark Mason, So., RB; Lubo Zizakovic, Sr., DT; Dan DeArmas, Sr., P-PK; Mitch Suplee, Sr., C; Scott Rosen, Sr., DB; Gene Thomas, Sr., SE.* Key newcomers: Jade Dubis, Fr., OL; Dave Hack, Fr., OL; Corey Holobetz, Fr., TE; John Kaleo, Jr., QB; Larry Washington, Fr., RB.* Strengths: Wycheck is coming off a freshman season in which he caught a school-record 58 passes.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | September 11, 1990
ANNAPOLIS -- The last time Navy met Virginia in football, Gary Tranquill was coaching the Middies, Napoleon McCallum was a rookie with the Los Angeles Raiders and a fellow named Chuck Smith trampled all over the Cavaliers.The year was 1986. In the opener, Smith rushed for 230 yards and a touchdown, the sixth best rushing performance in academy history, as Navy won, 20-10.On the sideline that day was McCallum, Navy's All-America tailback the year before who was in the area with the Raiders for their game against the Washington Redskins.
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December 11, 2005
On Friday, December 9, 2005, BING CHI BOCK of Silver Spring, Md; beloved husband of Julia Bock; loving father of Donna (Wade) Felker, Mona (Marty) Kiely, Cynthia (Brian) Ellis and Bryan (Katie) Bock. Also survived by nine grandchildren. Friends may call at De Vol Funeral Home, 10 E. Deer Park Drive, Gaithersburg, MD, on Tuesday, December 13, 2005, from 2 to 4 P.M., where services will be held at 4 P.M. Interment Private.
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November 24, 1993
BaseballBoston Red Sox -- General partners Haywood Sullivan and John Harrington, president of the JRY Corp., announced that they have reached an agreement whereby the JRY Corp. will acquire the general partnership interest of Sullivan.Cincinnati Reds -- Named Bob Boone bench coach, former Oriole Grant Jackson bullpen coach and Joel Youngblood first-base coach for the 1994 season.Florida Marlins -- Agreed to terms with P John Johnstone and OF Matias Carrillo on one-year contracts.BasketballDallas Mavericks -- Activated C Sean Rooks from the injured list.
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