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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 25, 1997
James Cacossa scored on runs of 10 and 15 yards in the first half and Jamie Monica added a 12-yard scoring run with 5: 05 left to power Johns Hopkins to a 21-10 college football victory over Bridgewater at Homewood Field yesterday.The win is the fourth straight for the Blue Jays (6-1).Cacossa capped an 11-play, 82-yard drive with a 10-yard run with 3: 21 left in the first quarter to give the Blue Jays a 7-0 lead. He added a second touchdown with 1: 36 left in the second quarter to break a 7-7 tie and give Hopkins the lead for good, 14-7.
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By Mike Preston | January 21, 2014
The Ravens need help in areas such as the offensive line and receiver, but word around The Castle is that general manager Ozzie Newsome really likes Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. Now, let's not get carried away and say the Ravens will do anything crazy, especially after signing Joe Flacco to a contract last offseason, but Bridgewater is a great prospect. His critics will talk about his lack of weight (205 pounds) but he is 6-feet-3 and he can make every throw there is to make in the NFL. Last season, he completed 303 of 427 passes for 3,970 yards and 31 touchdowns.
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By RASHOD D. OLLISON | October 11, 2007
Dee Dee Bridgewater almost croons her instructions to her blind Coton de Tulear. "Follow my voice, baby. Come on now. Mama's here." The jazz star is calling me from her home in Henderson, Nev., and she has me on hold. I hear her snap her fingers at the dog. Now she speaks her instructions in French, her voice sweet and lilting. But when the singer-actress returns to the phone to discuss her new album, the enriching Red Earth: A Malian Journey, the honey in her voice is gone. Her earthy Midwestern flavor comes through.
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By From Sun staff reports | May 21, 2010
Lee Bolyard's two-out, two-run single in a three-run sixth inning broke a tie score and propelled top-ranked and top-seeded Johns Hopkins to a 9-4 victory over Keystone in the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic baseball regional Thursday in Trenton, N.J. Hopkins (41-4), which scored five unearned runs, will play at 4:30 p.m. today in the winners' bracket against the winner of the game between second-seeded Kean and sixth-seeded Rowan with a chance to tie the school record for victories, set in 2008.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 2, 2001
Quarterback Jason Lutz passed for two touchdowns and ran for 219 yards, as Bridgewater held on to defeat Western Maryland, 29-20, in both teams' season opener in Harrisonburg, Va. Bridgewater took a 17-14 lead in the third quarter and never trailed the rest of the way. Lutz completed 16 of 27 passes for 208 yards. He carried the ball 19 times. In last year's season opener, Bridgewater ended the Green Terror's 30-game regular-season unbeaten streak, 19-7, and went on to its most successful season and a playoff berth.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 22, 2001
If someone would have told Johns Hopkins coach Frank Margraff before last night's game that his team would set a school record for offensive plays in a game and run up 487 yards in total offense, he probably would have been elated. But in hindsight, it didn't matter much. In spite of running 91 offensive plays, the Blue Jays (2-1) were beaten, 50-27, by Division III powerhouse Bridgewater (3-0) at Homewood Field. Bridgewater's Davon Cruz led all rushers with 212 yards on 14 carries and four touchdowns.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 4, 2005
McDaniel College rallied for a 36-35 victory over 14th-ranked Bridgewater College yesterday in Bridgewater, Va. The Green Terror, which trailed 33-14 at the half, outscored the Eagles 22-2 in the second half. McDaniel's defense shut out the Eagles' offense in the final half. McDaniel intercepted Jacob Lewis three times in the second half and forced the Eagles into three long missed field-goal attempts. Bridgewater's only score came on a snap over the punter's head that rolled into the end zone and was recovered for a safety.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 23, 1999
Bridgewater scored 27 unanswered points in the fourth quarter after a one-hour weather delay to rally to a 37-24 win over host Johns Hopkins (3-4) in a nonconference game last night.Marcus Richardson had two touchdown catches for Bridgewater (4-3), the second of which was a 70-yarder that put the Eagles ahead to stay at 30-24 with 4: 27 remaining.Bridgewater 0 7 3 27 -- 37Johns Hopkins 0 10 14 0 -- 24
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By Bill Free | September 21, 2001
Bridgewater (2-0) at Johns Hopkins (2-0) Site: Homewood Field Time: 7 p.m. Series: Hopkins leads, 3-2 Outlook: Hopkins coach Jim Margraff has been trying to raise the Blue Jays to a Division III power, and an upset of No. 3 Bridgewater would be a major step in that direction. Bridgewater is the highest-ranked team Hopkins has faced under Margraff in his 12 years at the school. Senior WR Zach Baylin continues to move up career charts in receptions and yardage at Hopkins and in the Centennial Conference.
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By Bill Free | October 24, 1997
Bridgewater (Va.) (1-5) at Johns Hopkins (5-1)Site: Homewood FieldTime: 7: 30Outlook: Bridgewater's five losses have come to teams with a combined record of 29-2. Four of those teams -- Western Maryland, Catholic, Methodist and Emory & Henry -- are ranked among the Top 10 in the NCAA Division III South Region poll. Western Maryland opened its season this year with a 21-17 victory over Bridgewater on the road. The Green Terror and Blue Jays are tied for first in the Centennial Conference with 4-0 records.
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By RASHOD D. OLLISON | October 11, 2007
Dee Dee Bridgewater almost croons her instructions to her blind Coton de Tulear. "Follow my voice, baby. Come on now. Mama's here." The jazz star is calling me from her home in Henderson, Nev., and she has me on hold. I hear her snap her fingers at the dog. Now she speaks her instructions in French, her voice sweet and lilting. But when the singer-actress returns to the phone to discuss her new album, the enriching Red Earth: A Malian Journey, the honey in her voice is gone. Her earthy Midwestern flavor comes through.
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October 19, 2006
A 21-year-old Florida man has been charged with raping a 16-year-old Pennsylvania girl at a Job Corps facility in Baltimore County, police said yesterday. Marquis Alex Bridgewater, of Miami, was charged with second-degree rape in an incident last week at the Woodstock Job Corps in the 10900 block of Old Court Road last week, police said. About 9:30 p.m. Friday, Bridgewater invited the girl and some other friends to his room in the male dormitory at the facility where they danced and drank alcohol, according to charging documents.
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February 11, 2006
MR. GUS WILLIAM BERBES, 82, a resident of 1217 Woodcrest Circle in Harrisonburg, died February 8, 2006, at Rockingham Memorial Hospital. A son of the late William and Garfelia Tahinos Berbes, he was born on November 13, 1923, in Baltimore, MD. He made his home in Westminster, MD for 18 years prior to moving to Harrisonburg 41 years ago. He owned and operated Berbes Trailers in Bridgewater. Mr. Berbes graduated from Patterson Park High School. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II where he was a paratrooper and was a member of the Office of Strategic Services.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 4, 2005
McDaniel College rallied for a 36-35 victory over 14th-ranked Bridgewater College yesterday in Bridgewater, Va. The Green Terror, which trailed 33-14 at the half, outscored the Eagles 22-2 in the second half. McDaniel's defense shut out the Eagles' offense in the final half. McDaniel intercepted Jacob Lewis three times in the second half and forced the Eagles into three long missed field-goal attempts. Bridgewater's only score came on a snap over the punter's head that rolled into the end zone and was recovered for a safety.
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By Bill Free | September 3, 2005
Johns Hopkins (0-0) at Rochester (0-0) Time: Noon Series: Hopkins leads 4-0 Outlook: Hopkins has dominated this series, especially the two games played in Rochester, where the defense hasn't allowed a touchdown. Rochester (4-6 last season) is led by senior QB Aaron Molisani, who passed for 1,814 yards and 16 touchdowns last year. Johnson C. Smith (0-1) at Bowie State (1-0) Time: 1 p.m. Series: Johnson C. Smith leads 12-8 Last week: Bowie beat West Virginia State, 40-7; Johnson C. Smith lost to Glenville State, 33-9.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 5, 2004
Maryland's women's basketball team improved to 2-0 in the Atlantic Coast Conference for the first time since the 1993-94 season with a 69-55 victory over Virginia yesterday before 2,802 fans at Comcast Center in College Park. The Terrapins held Virginia to 12 first-half points on 5-for-30 shooting and built a 34-12 halftime lead with runs of 14-2 and 20-4. Four players scored in double figures for Maryland (10-3), which led by as many as 28 early in the second half. Senior Delvona Oliver and freshman Shay Doron led the Terrapins with 14 points apiece.
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February 11, 2006
MR. GUS WILLIAM BERBES, 82, a resident of 1217 Woodcrest Circle in Harrisonburg, died February 8, 2006, at Rockingham Memorial Hospital. A son of the late William and Garfelia Tahinos Berbes, he was born on November 13, 1923, in Baltimore, MD. He made his home in Westminster, MD for 18 years prior to moving to Harrisonburg 41 years ago. He owned and operated Berbes Trailers in Bridgewater. Mr. Berbes graduated from Patterson Park High School. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II where he was a paratrooper and was a member of the Office of Strategic Services.
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May 7, 1991
Thomas M. Sommers, a retired street sales supervisor for The Baltimore Sun, died Saturday at his home after a stroke. He was 89 and had moved from Woodlawn to Bridgewater, N.J., in November.A mass of Christian burial for Mr. Sommers will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. Lawrence Roman Catholic Church, 5801 Security Blvd. in Woodlawn.He retired in 1969 after selling the evening and Sunday papers in South Baltimore and northern Anne Arundel County since 1940.The Baltimore native earlier worked at the General Motors Corp.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 4, 2004
Frostburg State advanced to the championship of the Bridgewater College/Don Glick Tournament with an 86-65 victory over Eastern Mennonite yesterday in Bridgewater, Va. The Bobcats, who will play Bridgewater in the championship today at 4 p.m., took control with a 31-12 run late in the first half that put them up 48-26 at the half. They extended the lead to as much as 32 after that. Junior Chris Vaughn scored 22 points and added eight rebounds for Frostburg State (5-4). Sophomore Jimmy Ward added career highs of 18 points and 14 rebounds.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 7, 2003
Bridgewater blocked a go-ahead field-goal attempt midway through the fourth quarter, then drove 70 yards and got a 27-yard field goal from David Blackwell to break a 10-10 tie and take a season-opening win over McDaniel, 13-10, yesterday in Bridgewater, Va. The win was the Eagles' fourth straight over the Green Terror, which led 10-3 at halftime but couldn't hold on against a Bridgewater team that has been to the NCAA Division III playoffs each of...
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