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September 18, 2013
Damon Vinciguerra and Lindsay MacKenzie announce their engagement. The bride-to-be, daughter of Tim and Mary MacKenzie of Hinsdale, Ill., is a 2012 graduate of Bucknell University. She is an elementary school teacher at Storm Elementary in San Antonio, Texas. The prospective groom, son of Tony and Linda Vinciguerra of Forest Hill, is a 2007 graduate of Fallston High School and a 2011/2012 graduate of Bucknell University. He is an asset engineer for DCP Midstream in Midland, Texas.
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September 18, 2013
Damon Vinciguerra and Lindsay MacKenzie announce their engagement. The bride-to-be, daughter of Tim and Mary MacKenzie of Hinsdale, Ill., is a 2012 graduate of Bucknell University. She is an elementary school teacher at Storm Elementary in San Antonio, Texas. The prospective groom, son of Tony and Linda Vinciguerra of Forest Hill, is a 2007 graduate of Fallston High School and a 2011/2012 graduate of Bucknell University. He is an asset engineer for DCP Midstream in Midland, Texas.
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November 29, 1993
ERIN DEIGERT, 16, daughter of Charles and Debbie Deigert of Gross Mill Road in Hampstead.School: Senior at North Carroll High School.Honored for: Spending three weeks studying marine biology in Australia and New Zealand through the People to People Youth Science Exchange.North Carroll Assistant Principal Allan Abbott praised Erin's involvement in school. She is treasurer of the Student Government Association, president of the National Honor Society chapter and plays varsity lacrosse and field hockey.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 18, 2013
Marshall Norval "Buzz" Ragsdale, a retired National Cash Register sales executive, died of complications from multiple myeloma Saturday at his Timonium home. He was 91. Born in East Orange, N.J., he was a 1939 graduate of East Orange High School and attended Bucknell University, where he played freshman basketball. In July 1942, he enlisted in the Marine Corps and attended Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Va. He then served with Marine Fighting Squadron 314 on Midway, Ie Shima and Okinawa.
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December 16, 1990
Name: Peg PearceHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Being one of two Carroll teachers to be named a Maryland Outstanding Biology Teacher Semifinalist by the Maryland Association of Biology TeachersAge: "You don't need to know that."Residence; hometown: Hereford, Baltimore County; HampsteadEducation: Associate's degree in business from Baltimore Community College; bachelor's degree in biology from Towson State University; equivalency of a master's degree from several universities, including the University of Alaska; still takes graduate-level courses.
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July 21, 1991
Name: Doug HamiltonHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Going 6-for-16 with six runs batted in to help the Yankee Rebels, a baseball team for 15- and 16-year-olds out of Baltimore, win the Bob Bird Baseball Invitational in Detroit earlier this monthAge: 16Residence; hometown: ManchesterEducation: Senior at North Carroll High School in Hampstead; graduate of North Carroll Middle and Manchester ElementaryFamily: Mother: Linda, employed atBellmore Labs in...
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 18, 2013
Marshall Norval "Buzz" Ragsdale, a retired National Cash Register sales executive, died of complications from multiple myeloma Saturday at his Timonium home. He was 91. Born in East Orange, N.J., he was a 1939 graduate of East Orange High School and attended Bucknell University, where he played freshman basketball. In July 1942, he enlisted in the Marine Corps and attended Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Va. He then served with Marine Fighting Squadron 314 on Midway, Ie Shima and Okinawa.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 11, 2000
Towson High's Kristen Cushman won the girls title over Bryn Mawr's Liza Franyo, and Gilman's Jonathan Minkowski was second to Gifford Sommerkamp, of Washington's Maret School, in the inaugural Maryland squash tournament at the Roland Park Racquet Club last weekend. Finishing third and fourth, respectively, among the girls were Tara Hendiman and Lee Wheeler, both from Bryn Mawr. Jacob Himmelrich and Philip Beatson, each from Gilman, were third and fourth, respectively, among the boys. More than 85 players from 20 schools competed.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 11, 2000
Once again, the spotlight of the Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame turns on four native-born sports heroes from the past, plus two nationally prominent team executives in induction ceremonies tonight at Martin's West. Scheduled for enshrinement in the active athletic category are men from four different sports: Lloyd Bunting, a defenseman on four consecutive undefeated Johns Hopkins University lacrosse teams. Bunting also was a premier end on Hopkins football teams that were a dominant factor in the then Mason-Dixon Conference.
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By John W. Stewart | January 3, 1991
Bucknell University, beset by some of the problems that have hurt the University of Maryland Baltimore County, put away the Retrievers in the last 10 minutes at the UMBC Fieldhouse last night, winding up with a 79-64 victory.It was the eighth straight loss for the Retrievers (1-9).This one was not pretty for either team, although both played reasonably tough defense. Neither shot the ball well, but Bucknell, sparked by Bill Courtney and Pat King, had a 52-41 rebound margin.UMBC, down by as many as 10 points, got within 53-51 on a layup by Spencer Ferguson with 10 minutes left, but the Bison, with five different players contributing, went on a 10-2 run, and the gap did not dip below eight the rest of the way.Bucknell (7-3)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 31, 2004
Perry Hall's Chris Wancowicz spent his freshman year hearing how great the Gators were when his older brother, Jason, played in the early 1990s. This, even as the younger Wancowicz's Gators struggled through a one-win season. "He told me how they had a huge line, and they'd run the ball behind him all day long," Chris Wancowicz said. "They'd just fire off the ball and pound it. We're trying to bring that back." Chris Wancowicz did his brother proud during yesterday's 21-6 Baltimore County 4A-3A league victory at Woodlawn (4-5 overall, 3-3 league)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 11, 2000
Once again, the spotlight of the Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame turns on four native-born sports heroes from the past, plus two nationally prominent team executives in induction ceremonies tonight at Martin's West. Scheduled for enshrinement in the active athletic category are men from four different sports: Lloyd Bunting, a defenseman on four consecutive undefeated Johns Hopkins University lacrosse teams. Bunting also was a premier end on Hopkins football teams that were a dominant factor in the then Mason-Dixon Conference.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 11, 2000
Towson High's Kristen Cushman won the girls title over Bryn Mawr's Liza Franyo, and Gilman's Jonathan Minkowski was second to Gifford Sommerkamp, of Washington's Maret School, in the inaugural Maryland squash tournament at the Roland Park Racquet Club last weekend. Finishing third and fourth, respectively, among the girls were Tara Hendiman and Lee Wheeler, both from Bryn Mawr. Jacob Himmelrich and Philip Beatson, each from Gilman, were third and fourth, respectively, among the boys. More than 85 players from 20 schools competed.
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November 29, 1993
ERIN DEIGERT, 16, daughter of Charles and Debbie Deigert of Gross Mill Road in Hampstead.School: Senior at North Carroll High School.Honored for: Spending three weeks studying marine biology in Australia and New Zealand through the People to People Youth Science Exchange.North Carroll Assistant Principal Allan Abbott praised Erin's involvement in school. She is treasurer of the Student Government Association, president of the National Honor Society chapter and plays varsity lacrosse and field hockey.
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July 21, 1991
Name: Doug HamiltonHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Going 6-for-16 with six runs batted in to help the Yankee Rebels, a baseball team for 15- and 16-year-olds out of Baltimore, win the Bob Bird Baseball Invitational in Detroit earlier this monthAge: 16Residence; hometown: ManchesterEducation: Senior at North Carroll High School in Hampstead; graduate of North Carroll Middle and Manchester ElementaryFamily: Mother: Linda, employed atBellmore Labs in...
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | February 1, 1991
For Old Mill's Brent Layman, victory was just an inside single-leg takedown away.Just one more victory, that's all. Just one guy, Franklin's Brian Siatkowski, stood between him and last year's Class 4A/3A 130-pound state wrestling title.He had reached the finals with a 30-0 record after a second-period pin, a technical fall and an easy decision victory.However, Layman dropped the championship bout, 4-1. Today, he admits the pressure was perhaps too great."I guess it was fear of failure, and it was definitely disappointing," said Layman, now a senior.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 31, 2004
Perry Hall's Chris Wancowicz spent his freshman year hearing how great the Gators were when his older brother, Jason, played in the early 1990s. This, even as the younger Wancowicz's Gators struggled through a one-win season. "He told me how they had a huge line, and they'd run the ball behind him all day long," Chris Wancowicz said. "They'd just fire off the ball and pound it. We're trying to bring that back." Chris Wancowicz did his brother proud during yesterday's 21-6 Baltimore County 4A-3A league victory at Woodlawn (4-5 overall, 3-3 league)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | February 1, 1991
For Old Mill's Brent Layman, victory was just an inside single-leg takedown away.Just one more victory, that's all. Just one guy, Franklin's Brian Siatkowski, stood between him and last year's Class 4A/3A 130-pound state wrestling title.He had reached the finals with a 30-0 record after a second-period pin, a technical fall and an easy decision victory.However, Layman dropped the championship bout, 4-1. Today, he admits the pressure was perhaps too great."I guess it was fear of failure, and it was definitely disappointing," said Layman, now a senior.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | January 3, 1991
Bucknell University, beset by some of the problems that have hurt the University of Maryland Baltimore County, put away the Retrievers in the last 10 minutes at the UMBC Fieldhouse last night, winding up with a 79-64 victory.It was the eighth straight loss for the Retrievers (1-9).This one was not pretty for either team, although both played reasonably tough defense. Neither shot the ball well, but Bucknell, sparked by Bill Courtney and Pat King, had a 52-41 rebound margin.UMBC, down by as many as 10 points, got within 53-51 on a layup by Spencer Ferguson with 10 minutes left, but the Bison, with five different players contributing, went on a 10-2 run, and the gap did not dip below eight the rest of the way.Bucknell (7-3)
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December 16, 1990
Name: Peg PearceHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Being one of two Carroll teachers to be named a Maryland Outstanding Biology Teacher Semifinalist by the Maryland Association of Biology TeachersAge: "You don't need to know that."Residence; hometown: Hereford, Baltimore County; HampsteadEducation: Associate's degree in business from Baltimore Community College; bachelor's degree in biology from Towson State University; equivalency of a master's degree from several universities, including the University of Alaska; still takes graduate-level courses.
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