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By Susan Reimer | October 13, 1998
DOES ANY of this sound familiar?"Yeah. Right. Fine. Whatever.""Saw-R-E-E-E!""Don't worry about it, oh-KA-A-A-AY?""Oh, never MIND.""Fine!" (Stomp, stomp, stomp up the stairs. Door slams.)Congratulations! You are the mother of a middle-school girl!For the next several years, you will be on an emotional roller coaster that will make the wildest amusement park ride feel like the Christmas train in the mall.Your perfect little girl has become a perfect little -- well, it rhymes with witch."Sometime during seventh grade, it all goes south," a friend warned me. "You won't believe it."
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By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2013
Date: Sept. 14 Her story: Brittany MacDonald, 25, grew up in Delta, Pa., in southern York County. She is a nurse at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center in Rosedale. Her mother, Michele Mullins, lives in Delta and her father, Gary MacDonald, lives in South Carolina. His story: Cale McConnaughey, 28, grew up in Forest Hill. He is a carpenter for Baldwin Mill Cabinetry of Forest Hill. His parents, Cherie and John McConnaughey, live in Forest Hill. Their story: Brittany and Cale met in the summer of 2009 when Brittany was working in the customer service department of a grocery store located near the Maryland-Pennsylvania line.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,Sun Reporter | December 20, 2006
Afour-year varsity athlete in basketball and volleyball, Arundel senior Brittany Watts is hoping to end her high school basketball career the same way it started - with a state championship. Watts, a 5-foot-7 guard, is a four-year starter in volleyball and she was named all-County in that sport this fall. She carries a 3.56 grade point average and hopes to play either basketball or volleyball in college. Which sport do you think you will play in college? I don't know. I'm hoping for a scholarship, and if I can get a scholarship in one of the two, that's the one I will play.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2013
Isabel H. Klots, an artist and widow of noted portrait painter Trafford P. Klots whose medieval home in Rochefort-en-Terre in Brittany, France, served as a venue for several generations of artists who came there to paint and study, died Thursday from heart failure at Roland Park Place. She was 96. "Isabel was a grande dame, if there ever was one, with a strong sense of absolute authority. Yet she could be very warm and embracing, and she also had a real artist's sensibility," said the celebrated Baltimore painter Raoul Middleman.
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By Diana Jean Schemo and Diana Jean Schemo,Paris Bureau of The Sun | July 18, 1991
QUIMPER, France -- The Tour de France has something that is seldom noticed by the world's greatest cyclists and those who travel with them. It rides into France's cities and large towns like a flare across the night sky, illuminating the drama below: the traditions, hopes, frustrations and pleasures of a people, awaiting an event.Eventually even the worse skeptics are infected, like Jose Colin, a local taxi driver, who looked through his windshield into the windswept streets of Quimper last weekend and swore he had no intention of going to watch the arrival of the Tour de France.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | April 28, 1996
Brittany Deuchler has applied for a summer internship at the CIA.If agency officials are smart, they'll say yes.A National Honor Society member the past two years, the Centennial senior carries a 3.7 grade-point average and has scored 1,250 on the Scholastic Assessment Test. She is in her fourth year of Latin and has received an academic scholarship to major in international studies at Towson State.Should the CIA accept her solely on the basis of intellect?Perhaps.But that is only one side to this cheerful 18-year-old.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2013
Isabel H. Klots, an artist and widow of noted portrait painter Trafford P. Klots whose medieval home in Rochefort-en-Terre in Brittany, France, served as a venue for several generations of artists who came there to paint and study, died Thursday from heart failure at Roland Park Place. She was 96. "Isabel was a grande dame, if there ever was one, with a strong sense of absolute authority. Yet she could be very warm and embracing, and she also had a real artist's sensibility," said the celebrated Baltimore painter Raoul Middleman.
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By Barry Zwick and Barry Zwick,LOS ANGELES TIMES | January 21, 1996
Another misty day in Brittany and no way to spend my big wad of francs. All I could do was drink Campari for 20 cents a shot, bicycle through the medieval lanes of this ancient walled city, jog atop the great stone ramparts, wade into the English Channel, play low-roller games in the casino, chow down cheap crepes or quenelles, board the mini-train at the city gates or take the sea shuttle to the posh resort town of Dinard.Then again, I could listen to the free brass band at Place Chateaubriand; walk out to the Petit Be before the 50-foot tide turned it into an island; shop for UCLA Bearwear or Levis for less than they cost at home, or take the bargain bus to the abbey at Mont St.-Michel, an hour's drive to the east.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | May 9, 2004
Tom Owen enjoys the view twice as much this softball season. A volunteer assistant coach for the top-ranked Chesapeake Cougars, he looks over at third base and finds his oldest daughter, Brittany, a senior All-Metro first-team pick with a slick glove and knack for driving in big runs. He then glances behind Brittany and there's his younger daughter, Brooke, a freshman left fielder who has played like anything but a freshman this season. Brittany and Brooke: captain and rookie, cleanup hitter and leadoff hitter, big sister and little sister.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Reporter | October 11, 2006
Not too many people were happy last season when Kenwood and Eastern Tech's girls soccer teams tied, 1-1. Jeff and Tammi Kobal, however, couldn't have asked for better. They had a daughter on each team - Amber, a Kenwood defender, and Courtney, an Eastern Tech striker. This season, the Kobals haven't worried about neutrality. Courtney transferred to Kenwood and now both girls, along with their youngest sister Brittany, are starting for the Bluebirds. For Amber, a senior, having her sisters on the team is a great way to finish her high school career.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 23, 2013
When the call came from Maryland coach Cathy Reese, Kasey Howard was sitting in senior English class at Broadneck High pretty well convinced her days as a lacrosse goalie were just about over. Howard, who led Anne Arundel County in save percentage her last two seasons at Broadneck, figured she wasn't meant to be a college athlete when things didn't work out with another Division I program. Instead, she would go to Maryland for the education. Then her cell phone rang with an opportunity Howard had never imagined.
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By Rebecca Hyler and The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2013
Actress Brittany Snow -- known for her roles in "Pitch Perfect" (2012) and "Hairspray" (2007) -- will speak at 7 p.m. April 23 at Towson University. The event is sold out. Snow will be discussing Love Is Louder, an anti-bullying organization that she co-founded. According to the organization's website, the Baltimore event is part of the Love Is Louder Road Trip . Get more information about the Love Is Louder campaign at loveislouder.com .
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | April 22, 2013
Brittany Jackson, a junior at C. Milton Wright High School, earned the Girl Scout Gold Award on April 14. An awards banquet was held at Martin's East to celebrate her success. Brittany's Gold Award project, entitled "Confidence for Kids," involved working with the homeless children living at Anna's House in Bel Air. She created and led the children in many confidence-building activities, such as building a beautiful butterfly garden with them and instructing them on how to care for it in the future.
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By L'Oreal Thompson, The Baltimore Sun | April 11, 2013
Hide your kids, hide your wives. There's an asteroid/comet/meter coming to Lima, according to Brittany. And we know how reliable she is. So, just in case the world comes to an end, Mr. Schu tells the glee club kids they need to say everything they need to say to the people they love. And so, we have this week's lesson: Last Chance. Meanwhile, Ryder is infatuated with a girl he "met" online. Manti Te'o, anyone? Except Ryder thinks he's found Katie, so he serenades her with Elton John.
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By Katherine Dunn | April 10, 2012
Brittany Mallory's decision to focus on basketball at Notre Dame gave her the chance to play in two NCAA championship games, but back at McDonogh, Mallory was also known as one of the area's top high school lacrosse players. Her final athletic turn in college will come on the lacrosse field. The Fighting Irish announced Monday that Mallory has joined their No. 7 women's lacrosse team. A two-time All-Metro midfielder at McDonogh, Mallory played three years of lacrosse and led the Eagles to the IAAM A Conference final in 2006.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2012
Each week, The Baltimore Sun will publish a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player to get you more acquainted with the player and his/her team. Today's guest is Maryland All-American senior goalie Brittany Dipper, who has allowed just 4.5 goals per game and has a .654 save percentage through the first three games. A starter on the 2010 national championship team, the New Jersey native also started in the goal for the Terrapins' national champion field hockey team when she was a freshman but opted to concentrate on lacrosse after that.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 28, 2003
Lindsey Elliott has always been a special player for the new national champion Salisbury University field hockey team. The senior from little Delmar High in Delaware has twice been an NCAA Division III first-team All-American and twice the Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Year. However, she became even more driven to succeed when her younger sister, Brittany, joined the Sea Gulls two years ago. "They feed off each other," said Salisbury coach Dawn Chamberlin. "We're going to have to find a way to keep that going for Brittany for two more years."
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January 20, 2010
Brittany Thornton, Joppatowne, basketball The senior point guard showed off all her talents in leading the No. 14 Mariners to a key Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference win over then-No. 13 and unbeaten Aberdeen, 62-55, last week. Thornton, 5 feet 10, had 17 points, 15 rebounds, five assists and four steals. Her 3-pointer with 2:44 left sealed the win. An Amateur Athletic Union veteran with the Maryland Elite, Thornton also contributed to wins over Bel Air and Glen Burnie last week.
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August 20, 2009
On August 17, 2009, RUSSELL C. SIKORSKI, devoted father of Brittany; loving grandfather of Grace; brother of Edward, Charles, John, Victoria, Doris and Pam; son of Elsie and the late John Sikorski. Services Saturday, August 22nd, 11 A.M. at Lake Shore Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Diabetic Association.
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