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By Bill Free | February 26, 1997
St. Mary's sophomore guard Maria Smear suffered a broken nose last Sunday during a basketball practice at the school and could miss the Catholic League championship tournament this weekend if she is unable to adjust to wearing an orthopedic mask.Smear, a second-team All-Catholic selection this season, was injured when she collided with a teammate's head while diving for a loose ball. It was thought that Smear also incurred a concussion.Smear, who is averaging 10.5 points, 4.5 steals, four rebounds and four assists a game, missed last night's clash between No. 2 St. Mary's (20-4)
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By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,SUN REPORTER | November 3, 2005
COLLEGE PARK -- Team rules were violated during an altercation involving Maryland football players at a College Park bar early Tuesday morning, coach Ralph Friedgen said yesterday, but Prince George's County police said no charges or arrests have been made. A bar fight occurred just after 1 a.m. at the Cornerstone Grill and Loft in the 7300 block of Baltimore Avenue, after a woman complained of being grabbed inside the bar, according to police. "We have some team rules that have been violated," Friedgen said on yesterday's Atlantic Coast Conference teleconference.
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff Writer | September 6, 1992
A former Columbia man has sued the county Department of Recreation and Parks for $100,000, claiming the agency failed to maintain playing fields during an April 1991 softball tournament in which he was injured.Steven C. Collins of Boca Raton, Fla., states in the suit that he received a broken nose when he was struck by a softball after slipping on wet, tall grass at Rockburn Branch Park in Columbia."The field was muddy and the grass was soaked," said Mr. Collins' attorney, John W. Hermina of Laurel.
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By Rachel Ellner and Rachel Ellner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 17, 2005
When boxer Hilary Swank returns to her corner with a bloody, broken nose in the movie Million Dollar Baby, trainer Clint Eastwood knows what to do. He waves off a doctor, pushes her proboscis back into shape, jams cotton swabs up her nostrils and tells her she has 20 seconds to finish off her opponent. Which, of course, she does. End of operation. End of scene. Aside from the drama and the "ick" factor it provided for the movie, is this any way to treat a real broken nose? Experts say the average soccer mom should not try Eastwood's trick on the sidelines.
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By Rachel Ellner and Rachel Ellner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 17, 2005
When boxer Hilary Swank returns to her corner with a bloody, broken nose in the movie Million Dollar Baby, trainer Clint Eastwood knows what to do. He waves off a doctor, pushes her proboscis back into shape, jams cotton swabs up her nostrils and tells her she has 20 seconds to finish off her opponent. Which, of course, she does. End of operation. End of scene. Aside from the drama and the "ick" factor it provided for the movie, is this any way to treat a real broken nose? Experts say the average soccer mom should not try Eastwood's trick on the sidelines.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 9, 1997
Senior power forward Kalisa Davis, Maryland's second-leading scorer and top rebounder last season, has been suspended for three weeks of practice and three regular-season games for punching teammate Sonia Chase in the locker room last month, the Washington Post reported yesterday.Chase, who suffered a broken nose, is able to practice and play while wearing a protective device.Coach Chris Weller wouldn't comment when asked whether Davis' suspension is related to Chase's broken nose, but told the Diamondback, Maryland's student newspaper: "Kalisa's made a mistake, so now she's taking time to do some things to make up for it. She is suspended."
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By From Staff Reports | January 31, 1995
RICHMOND, Va. -- Brian Walker scored 13 points and had 10 assists and Wes Cooper added 12 points, lifting Navy to a 65-60 victory over Richmond in a nonconference game last night.Jim Hamilton hit a three-pointer with 7.5 seconds remaining to seal the win for the Midshipmen (11-8) and send the Spiders (4-14) to their eighth straight defeat.The Midshipmen played without leading scorer Michael Heary (13.7 ppg), who suffered a broken nose during practice Sunday.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 30, 2000
Police arrested two New Jersey men and seized $50,000 in suspected cocaine, two guns and packaging material in raids on two houses late Thursday that they said shut down a drug ring supplying addicts in East Baltimore. Lt. Anthony G. Cannavale Jr. said the operation, conducted with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, "has dismantled an out-of-state trafficking organization" that sold drugs near East Biddle Street and North Patterson Park Avenue. The houses raided were in the 200 block of N. Wolfe St. and the 600 block of E. 33rd St. Aaron Brown, 28, and Robert Moore, 22, were each charged with drug distribution and were being held without bail.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 12, 2003
South Carroll senior field hockey player Kerrie Wuenschel could miss up to three weeks following surgery today to repair a broken nose suffered in the recent Long Reach tournament. The senior, an All-County pick last year, suffered the injury when a stick smashed her in the face and also gave her a nasty cut. Wuenschel is a solid all-around player whom the Cavaliers will miss. "We're just not sure of [exactly] how long it will be," South Carroll coach Erin Soulen said after yesterday's 2-0 victory over Westminster.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,SUN REPORTER | November 3, 2005
COLLEGE PARK -- Team rules were violated during an altercation involving Maryland football players at a College Park bar early Tuesday morning, coach Ralph Friedgen said yesterday, but Prince George's County police said no charges or arrests have been made. A bar fight occurred just after 1 a.m. at the Cornerstone Grill and Loft in the 7300 block of Baltimore Avenue, after a woman complained of being grabbed inside the bar, according to police. "We have some team rules that have been violated," Friedgen said on yesterday's Atlantic Coast Conference teleconference.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 12, 2003
South Carroll senior field hockey player Kerrie Wuenschel could miss up to three weeks following surgery today to repair a broken nose suffered in the recent Long Reach tournament. The senior, an All-County pick last year, suffered the injury when a stick smashed her in the face and also gave her a nasty cut. Wuenschel is a solid all-around player whom the Cavaliers will miss. "We're just not sure of [exactly] how long it will be," South Carroll coach Erin Soulen said after yesterday's 2-0 victory over Westminster.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | September 25, 2001
Cal Ripken suffered two breaks in 1996 - one to his nose, another to his streak of consecutive starts at the same position. The season ended with Ripken in the American League Championship Series, so the pain didn't come without gains. Ripken batted .278 with 40 doubles and 26 home runs, and exceeded 100 RBIs for the first time since being named Most Valuable Player in 1991. He also batted .444 in a Division Series upset of the Cleveland Indians. But Ripken seemed to get more attention for a team photo taken before the All-Star Game.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | March 30, 2001
Kerry Shaw has been working on roads for 30 years. Motorists honk their horns, make nasty gestures and occasionally shout an obscenity or two. Shaw doesn't expect anyone to thank him. But he never thought someone would get out and beat him because construction snarled traffic. "I'm still in shock," said Shaw, more than a week after a motorist attacked him in Annapolis. The driver, who apparently was upset about traffic congestion at Bay Ridge and Edgewater roads, got out of his truck about 3:30 p.m. March 22 and punched Shaw, according to Shaw and police.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 30, 2000
Police arrested two New Jersey men and seized $50,000 in suspected cocaine, two guns and packaging material in raids on two houses late Thursday that they said shut down a drug ring supplying addicts in East Baltimore. Lt. Anthony G. Cannavale Jr. said the operation, conducted with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, "has dismantled an out-of-state trafficking organization" that sold drugs near East Biddle Street and North Patterson Park Avenue. The houses raided were in the 200 block of N. Wolfe St. and the 600 block of E. 33rd St. Aaron Brown, 28, and Robert Moore, 22, were each charged with drug distribution and were being held without bail.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | May 26, 2000
As he watched silently from the mound, the bench and the tunnel leading to the Orioles clubhouse, Mike Mussina saw vision after nightmarish vision pass before him last night. From absurd fielding, untimely hitting and improper base running to a ghastly reminder of what happened to him on the same mound two years before, Mussina saw all. But in what might be a turning point to a maddening season, Mussina's seven solid innings and his offenses seventh-inning revival were enough to give the Orioles a 5-1 win over the Seattle Mariners before 34,764 at Camden Yards.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2000
A Reisterstown man was arrested yesterday on assault charges stemming from a fracas that erupted at a party last week in Westminster. According to court documents, Joshua A. Wood, 20, of the 500 block of Glen Granite Road is accused of acting as a lookout March 26 when four or five men broke into a residence in the 700 block of Cindy Lane at 2 a.m. and attacked five partygoers. He is charged on five counts of second-degree assault, burglary, malicious destruction and related conspiracy charges, court records show.
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By Brady Prauser and Brady Prauser,Special to The Sun | March 5, 1995
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A wild, bench-clearing brawl in the Spirit's 11-10 loss to the Kansas City Attack resulted in four player ejections, one broken nose and tons of havoc.It also might have cost Baltimore the game.The free-for-all interrupted the third quarter of the National Professional Soccer League matchup for about 20 minutes.It started when Spirit forward Jon Parry -- a Kansas City native and former Attack player -- slugged Attack star midfielder Goran Hunjak -- a former Spirit player -- with a solid left hook.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | December 15, 1995
Baltimore school officials plan to fire a 70-year-old substitute teacher who they said fell asleep during a class at Patterson High School as two boys forced a girl to simulate a sex act, a spokeswoman said yesterday.The boys were arrested and charged as juveniles with second-degree sex offenses, as was a girl who officials said threatened the other girl in warning her not to tell about the Tuesday incident. All three were suspended from school."I decided to make an example of this case," said Bonnie Erickson, the school's principal.
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By Dana Hedgpeth and Dana Hedgpeth,SUN STAFF | August 18, 1998
A 22-year-old Columbia man received a 23-year jail sentence for the home invasion and robbery of a man in Long Reach village last year."This case represents a citizen's worst nightmare," said Thomas W. Rafter, a Howard County prosecutor. "It was a random, violent invasion of his home. [The victim] was held at knifepoint, tied up and left in a pool of his own blood by Frazier."Brett Nathan Frazier of the 5400 block of White Mane was convicted of robbery with a deadly weapon, assault and theft.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | May 18, 1998
The Orioles likely will place Mike Mussina on the 15-day disabled list before tomorrow's series opener against the New York Yankees after doctors suggested that the All-Star pitcher miss the team's upcoming cross-country road trip to recover from injuries suffered Thursday night.Wearing protective sunglasses that cover a deep bruise and about 30 stitches above his right eye, Mussina spoke to reporters yesterday for the first time since he took a line drive to the head against the Cleveland Indians.
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