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By Josh Mitchell and Josh Mitchell,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2005
When a Baltimore couple bought an exotic bird from Michelle and Brian Howard last month, they seemed more interested in the Howards' capuchin monkey. But Janey was not for sale. Police said the 48-hour search for Janey ended yesterday when officers found her in the couple's Southwest Baltimore home. As the exotic monkey returned to the Howards, Anne Arundel County police issued arrest warrants for Kenneth Michael King, 25, and Wendy Michelle Ward, 30. Each faces charges of first-degree burglary, fourth-degree burglary and theft of more than $500.
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By Glenn Graham | February 27, 2008
In his second varsity season, Brian Eads, a 6-foot-6 senior center, has provided strong inside play coming off the bench for the Howard Lions, who finished the regular season 14-6. Eads, who averages five points and seven rebounds, prides himself on strong defense, hustle and helping control the boards. Along with playing basketball, Eads has been in JROTC for four years and is battalion commander this year, responsible for 115 cadets. Maintaining a 3.17 grade point average, he is considering Virginia Military Institute or the Citadel and plans to major in business.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 26, 1996
A year ago, Oakland Mills and Atholton battled to the bitter end at the state track and field championships before Oakland Mills came away with a one-point win in the race for the Class 2A title.Yesterday, the Howard County rivals were again fighting for state supremacy. Only this time, each one didn't have the other standing in its way.After stepping up to Class 3A, Atholton finally claimed its coveted title, scoring a 20-point victory over Carver for its first-ever state crown.Meanwhile, Oakland Mills tallied an astounding 51 points in the final day of competition to score a come-from-behind win over Wilde Lake and Surrattsville, giving the Scorpions their fourth straight state outdoor title.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | July 29, 2005
Nearly six months after she was briefly snatched from her Glen Burnie home in a midday break-in, Janey still clutches a teddy bear for comfort - and yesterday the man charged with the crime was sentenced to five years in prison. "You essentially took a member of that family," Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Michele Dane Jaklitsch told Kenneth M. King, 25, who pleaded guilty to burglary in the incident. But Janey is no ordinary family member - she is a white-throated capuchin monkey worth $7,000.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 14, 1999
Former county high school football stars are having their ups and downs on the college scene, but two of the most successful Division I college players this season are both Hammond graduates.Ron Gamble has started 22 consecutive games for Connecticut.After three seasons at defensive end, the 6-foot-2, 277-pound senior moved to defensive tackle this season and now has 17 tackles and one sack for the Huskies, who are 3-2 overall and 2-0 in the Atlantic 10.Another former Bear playing well is Tim Spruill, a 5-10, 175-pound junior cornerback at Virginia.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | July 29, 2005
Nearly six months after she was briefly snatched from her Glen Burnie home in a midday break-in, Janey still clutches a teddy bear for comfort - and yesterday the man charged with the crime was sentenced to five years in prison. "You essentially took a member of that family," Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Michele Dane Jaklitsch told Kenneth M. King, 25, who pleaded guilty to burglary in the incident. But Janey is no ordinary family member - she is a white-throated capuchin monkey worth $7,000.
SPORTS
February 7, 1996
A couple of two-time All-Metro players of the year, Dunbar's football and basketball star Tommy Polley and McDonogh's girls soccer standout Laurie Schwoy, head the list of local athletes who will sign letters of intent today, the beginning of the NCAA signing period.Polley, who chose Florida State over Maryland and Florida, will sign a football scholarship at his home that will allow him to play basketball as well. The 6-foot-5, 210-pound Polley was a member of five state championship teams at Dunbar, two in football and three in basketball.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 19, 1995
Long after the game's final horn sounded, a dozen Oakland Mills players lingered around their home field, stunned and teary-eyed.After taking a 21-0 lead into the fourth quarter against visiting Linganore, the fifth-ranked Scorpions became victims of one of the greatest fourth-quarter comebacks in state playoff history.Linganore senior kicker/quarterback Justin Brown's 27-yard field goal with 19 seconds left in the game capped a comeback for the seventh-seeded Lancers (10-1), who scored three touchdowns in the game's final 11 minutes for a 24-21 victory in the first round of the state Class 2A playoffs.
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By Glenn Graham | February 27, 2008
In his second varsity season, Brian Eads, a 6-foot-6 senior center, has provided strong inside play coming off the bench for the Howard Lions, who finished the regular season 14-6. Eads, who averages five points and seven rebounds, prides himself on strong defense, hustle and helping control the boards. Along with playing basketball, Eads has been in JROTC for four years and is battalion commander this year, responsible for 115 cadets. Maintaining a 3.17 grade point average, he is considering Virginia Military Institute or the Citadel and plans to major in business.
SPORTS
December 3, 1995
Oakland Mills' Brian Howard: The senior linebacker was incorrectly identified in a photograph that appeared with the All-Metro football team in yesterday's edition.
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By Josh Mitchell and Josh Mitchell,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2005
When a Baltimore couple bought an exotic bird from Michelle and Brian Howard last month, they seemed more interested in the Howards' capuchin monkey. But Janey was not for sale. Police said the 48-hour search for Janey ended yesterday when officers found her in the couple's Southwest Baltimore home. As the exotic monkey returned to the Howards, Anne Arundel County police issued arrest warrants for Kenneth Michael King, 25, and Wendy Michelle Ward, 30. Each faces charges of first-degree burglary, fourth-degree burglary and theft of more than $500.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 14, 1999
Former county high school football stars are having their ups and downs on the college scene, but two of the most successful Division I college players this season are both Hammond graduates.Ron Gamble has started 22 consecutive games for Connecticut.After three seasons at defensive end, the 6-foot-2, 277-pound senior moved to defensive tackle this season and now has 17 tackles and one sack for the Huskies, who are 3-2 overall and 2-0 in the Atlantic 10.Another former Bear playing well is Tim Spruill, a 5-10, 175-pound junior cornerback at Virginia.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 26, 1996
A year ago, Oakland Mills and Atholton battled to the bitter end at the state track and field championships before Oakland Mills came away with a one-point win in the race for the Class 2A title.Yesterday, the Howard County rivals were again fighting for state supremacy. Only this time, each one didn't have the other standing in its way.After stepping up to Class 3A, Atholton finally claimed its coveted title, scoring a 20-point victory over Carver for its first-ever state crown.Meanwhile, Oakland Mills tallied an astounding 51 points in the final day of competition to score a come-from-behind win over Wilde Lake and Surrattsville, giving the Scorpions their fourth straight state outdoor title.
SPORTS
February 7, 1996
A couple of two-time All-Metro players of the year, Dunbar's football and basketball star Tommy Polley and McDonogh's girls soccer standout Laurie Schwoy, head the list of local athletes who will sign letters of intent today, the beginning of the NCAA signing period.Polley, who chose Florida State over Maryland and Florida, will sign a football scholarship at his home that will allow him to play basketball as well. The 6-foot-5, 210-pound Polley was a member of five state championship teams at Dunbar, two in football and three in basketball.
SPORTS
By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 19, 1995
Long after the game's final horn sounded, a dozen Oakland Mills players lingered around their home field, stunned and teary-eyed.After taking a 21-0 lead into the fourth quarter against visiting Linganore, the fifth-ranked Scorpions became victims of one of the greatest fourth-quarter comebacks in state playoff history.Linganore senior kicker/quarterback Justin Brown's 27-yard field goal with 19 seconds left in the game capped a comeback for the seventh-seeded Lancers (10-1), who scored three touchdowns in the game's final 11 minutes for a 24-21 victory in the first round of the state Class 2A playoffs.
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March 5, 1993
BaseballAtlanta Braves -- Renewed the contracts of OF Deion Sanders and C Francisco Cabrera.Cleveland Indians -- Agreed to terms with OF Albert Belle on a three-year contract.Toronto Blue Jays -- Agreed to terms with 1B Domingo Martinez, IF Luis Sojo and pitchers Juan Guzman, Bob MacDonald and Paul Menhart on one-year contracts.BasketballDallas Mavericks -- Named Quinn Buckner coach and signed him to a five-year contract, effective next season. Signed G Jimmy Jackson to a six-year contract.
SPORTS
October 18, 1990
Baseball Seattle Mariners -- Fired bullpen coach Bob Didier.BasketballMiami Heat -- Released G Dwight Pernell.Portland Trail Blazers -- Released F Brian Howard, G Josh Lowery and F Dwayne McClain.CollegesAtlantic 10 Conference -- Named Robert Steitz assistant commissioner.Arizona State -- Announced redshirt WR Micky Reeves has left team for personal reasons.EClarion -- Announced Frank Lignelli will retire as athletic director. Announced associate athletic director Bob Carlson will replace Lignelli on interim basis.
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