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By Sandra McKee | April 6, 1996
The Washington Capitals learned yesterday that defenseman Calle Johansson could be out up to five weeks with a fractured right wrist.Johansson was injured in a fall near the end of the Capitals' 4-2 loss at Pittsburgh on Thursday. He joins defensemen Brendan Witt (broken wrist) and Ken Klee (groin) and forwards Steve Konowalchuk (broken thumb), Keith Jones (groin) and Craig Berube (knee) on the injured list.The good news for the Caps was that X-rays of defenseman Joe Reekie's left foot showed only a bruise.
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By Andrew Carter McClatchy-Tribune News Service | March 20, 2012
North Carolina sophomore point guard Kendall Marshall underwent surgery on his broken right wrist Monday, but his playing status remains unknown, according to a statement released by the university. Marshall suffered a fractured scaphoid bone in his right wrist during the Tar Heels' 87-73 victory against Creighton on Sunday in the third round of the NCAA tournament. With the victory, North Carolina advanced to the Midwest regional semifinals in St. Louis, where the top-seeded Tar Heels will play Ohio on Friday night.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 29, 1996
WIMBLEDON, England -- When he woke up yesterday in the spacious home he rents just beyond these Wimbledon walls, Boris Becker, the No. 2 seed, thought he would be safely through to the round of 16 by the time the predicted drizzle closed things down late in the afternoon.Instead, Becker found himself in the hospital with a suspected broken wrist he incurred when he tried to return what seemed like an innocuous second serve from his hitherto anonymous opponent, Neville Godwin.With that single stroke, this star-crossed, star-starved Grand Slam tournament found itself bereft of the commanding presence of the man considered to pose the most significant challenge to Pete Sampras in his quest for a fourth consecutive championship.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,Jeff.barker@baltsun.com | November 18, 2009
COLLEGE PARK -- Tailback Da'Rel Scott, who broke his wrist in Maryland's win over Clemson on Oct. 3 and missed the next five games, has begun practicing and is likely to return Saturday against Florida State. But quarterback Chris Turner (knee) will miss his second straight game. The fifth-year senior is "50-50" to play in Maryland's final game of the season - and the last of his career - against Boston College on Nov. 28, coach Ralph Friedgen said Tuesday. The Terps have not won a game since Scott's injury Oct. 3. But Maryland (2-8, 1-5 Atlantic Coast Conference)
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March 23, 1996
Opponent: Hartford WhalersSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7: 30TV/Radio: HTS/WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: Led by LWs Brendan Shanahan and Geoff Sanderson, the Whalers are 3-2-1 in their past six games. Washington comes in off a 3-3 tie with Tampa Bay on Thursday and is in a tight race for one of the last three Eastern Conference playoff spots. RW Peter Bondra, the Caps' leading scorer with 40 goals and 24 assists, appears to be breaking out of a nine-game slump with three goals in his past five games.
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July 1, 2000
Quote: "I've just got to go introduce myself to the bike." - Mets pitcher Rick Reed, who will be out for two to three weeks with a broken wrist It's a fact: The Pirates' Brian Giles has reached base in 76 of 78 games. Who's hot: The Expos' Jose Vidro has a 13-game hitting streak. Who's not: The Expos drew 8,047 last night. On deck: Today, when the Braves visit the Mets, Greg Maddux (9-2) and Al Leiter (9-1) go for their 10th wins.
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By From Staff Reports | September 26, 1994
2 women killed, 1 hurt in two-car collisionSALISBURY -- Two sisters-in-law were killed and a third woman injured yesterday when two cars collided at an intersection, state police said.Police said Nancy B. Hazel, 63, of Delmar, Md., was driving a 1990 Mercury Topaz southbound on U.S. 13 around 1:45 p.m. and was turning left onto Naylor Mill Road when she failed to grant the right of way to a northbound 1992 Ford Thunderbird driven by Dawn E. Givens, 33, of Laurel, Del. The vehicles collided.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | January 30, 1993
The Orioles added some minor-league pitching depth yesterday, trading Rochester Red Wings catcher Doug Robbins to the Oakland Athletics for Single-A relief pitcher Lee Cusey.Cusey, a 22-year-old right-hander, was 1-3 with a 2.68 ERA and 12 saves for Single-A Madison of the Midwest League. Robbins had a solid year at Rochester, batting .309 with six home runs and 46 RBI in 93 games.The club felt it could spare Robbins, who was well down on the catching depth chart despite the injuries to major-leaguers Chris Hoiles (broken wrist)
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By Rob Kasper | September 30, 2000
One minute I was the proud father, beaming as the loudspeakers boomed out my kid's name, crediting him for making a tackle in a junior varsity football game. A few minutes later I was the driver, ferrying my son to a nearby emergency room to get his broken thumb put in a cast. While the emergency room was not the place I would pick to while away the final hours of a gorgeous autumn afternoon, it felt familiar. Part of being a parent is taking your kids to the emergency room. Put another way, if you breed them, they will come to the E.R. By rough count, in the two decades that my wife and I have been in the parent business, we have made 11 trips to the emergency room with one of our two kids.
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By Jeff Barker | jeff.barker@baltsun.com | November 18, 2009
- Tailback Da'Rel Scott , who broke his wrist in Maryland's win over Clemson on Oct. 3 and missed the next five games, has begun practicing and is likely to return Saturday against Florida State. But quarterback Chris Turner (knee) will miss his second straight game. The fifth-year senior is "50-50" to play in Maryland's final game of the season - and the last of his career - against Boston College on Nov. 28, coach Ralph Friedgen said Tuesday. The Terps have not won a game since Scott's injury Oct. 3. But Maryland (2-8, 1-5 Atlantic Coast Conference)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 27, 2004
Bel Air senior quarterback Andrew Berry has suffered a broken left wrist - his throwing hand - that will force him to miss Friday night's game against Severn and perhaps more, his father, Drew Sr., and his coach, Bruce Riley, said yesterday. Berry, a second-team All-Metro pick who ranks among the area's top quarterbacks with 1,073 passing yards and 18 touchdowns, was injured Monday while executing a "hanging clean" during weight training, his father said. "It's a break. The doctors are saying we're looking at about four weeks and we'll see. He could be back for the playoffs, but we just don't know," said Drew Berry Sr., adding that the injury "had nothing to do with anybody at the school, and he wasn't horsing around."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 18, 2002
Mark Johnston, the third-leading rider in Maryland Million history, will miss Saturday's races after fracturing his wrist Saturday at Delaware Park. The Maryland jockey broke the radius bone in his left wrist when his mount, Mt. Moran, stumbled at the gate and tossed him. "The doctor set the bone yesterday and said it was a good place to break it," Johnston said. He expects to return to racing by Oct. 8, when Laurel Park opens. At Pimlico on Thursday, Johnston became the 102nd jockey to ride 3,000 winners.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | July 26, 2002
Ramon Dominguez - the nation's leading rider last year and currently second in the standings - will be sidelined an estimated three months after breaking his left wrist in a spill at Delaware Park on Wednesday. Dominguez underwent surgery yesterday at Christiana Medical Center near Newark, Del. "He called this morning urging me to get another client because he'll be out for an extended period," said Dominguez's agent, Steve Rushing. "I told him to worry about getting better." Dominguez had 431 victories in 2001, including 297 at Maryland tracks, and trailed only Northern California fixture Russell Baze with his 217 this year, including 107 in Maryland.
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By Rob Kasper | September 30, 2000
One minute I was the proud father, beaming as the loudspeakers boomed out my kid's name, crediting him for making a tackle in a junior varsity football game. A few minutes later I was the driver, ferrying my son to a nearby emergency room to get his broken thumb put in a cast. While the emergency room was not the place I would pick to while away the final hours of a gorgeous autumn afternoon, it felt familiar. Part of being a parent is taking your kids to the emergency room. Put another way, if you breed them, they will come to the E.R. By rough count, in the two decades that my wife and I have been in the parent business, we have made 11 trips to the emergency room with one of our two kids.
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July 1, 2000
Quote: "I've just got to go introduce myself to the bike." - Mets pitcher Rick Reed, who will be out for two to three weeks with a broken wrist It's a fact: The Pirates' Brian Giles has reached base in 76 of 78 games. Who's hot: The Expos' Jose Vidro has a 13-game hitting streak. Who's not: The Expos drew 8,047 last night. On deck: Today, when the Braves visit the Mets, Greg Maddux (9-2) and Al Leiter (9-1) go for their 10th wins.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1997
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. -- The several hundred Western Maryland College football fans who lingered around Person Field long after the Green Terror lost, 27-13, to Lycoming yesterday seemed to be asking for a recount.They didn't want to believe that sophomore quarterback Ron Sermarini and the previously unbeaten Green Terror had run out of answers and miracles in the NCAA Division III South Region semifinals.They had watched Sermarini, powerful running back Gavin DeFreitas and a hard-hitting defense led by linebacker Tommy Selecky overcome all obstacles to win the school's first Centennial Conference title, register only the third unbeaten, untied football season in 103 years and gain the right to play with the Division III big boys for the first time in the playoffs.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 29, 1996
WIMBLEDON, England -- When he woke up yesterday in the spacious home he rents just beyond these Wimbledon walls, Boris Becker, the No. 2 seed, thought he would be safely through to the round of 16 by the time the predicted drizzle closed things down late in the afternoon.Instead, Becker found himself in the hospital with a suspected broken wrist he incurred when he tried to return what seemed like an innocuous second serve from his hitherto anonymous opponent, Neville Godwin.With that single stroke, this star-crossed, star-starved Grand Slam tournament found itself bereft of the commanding presence of the man considered to pose the most significant challenge to Pete Sampras in his quest for a fourth consecutive championship.
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