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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 6, 1998
Olive V. Bugarin, a community activist who helped needy families as a volunteer at Catholic House, died Monday of heart failure at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Southwest Baltimore resident was 70.Mrs. Bugarin led a group of volunteers each day that gathered and distributed food, clothing and furniture to needy families at Catholic House, a rowhouse at 314 S. Stricker St."She was one of the great matriarchs of Southwest Baltimore and willingly took on the bureaucracy. She was no one's lackey and had no time for phonies or do-gooders, and was adept at deflating puffed-up egos real fast," said the Rev. Michael J. Roach, pastor of St. Bartholomew Roman Catholic Church in Manchester and a former pastor of St. Peter the Apostle Roman Catholic Church in Southwest Baltimore.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | October 3, 2009
With hard work and energy, Broadneck junior Ryan Bugarin has earned steady minutes off the bench to help the Bruins at midfield. It's been time well spent. Against Anne Arundel rival Severna Park on Friday night, Bugarin made the most of an opportunity in front, pouncing on a loose ball with 10:55 to play that gave the No. 4 Bruins a 1-0 win over the No. 2 Falcons. The Bruins improved to 6-1-1, recording their sixth shutout, while handing the Falcons their first loss after seven wins.
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SPORTS
By Mike Jefferson | October 21, 1990
Junior Bryan Bugarin of Calvert Hall scored two goals to lead his Cardinals over crosstown rival Loyola, 4-0, yesterday in a Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference matchup.The Cardinals (7-0-1, 8-3-1 overall) now have sole possession of first place in Division II and are shooting for a playoff slot.Calvert Hall took advantage of the left-wing position most of the first half, scoring three goals off crosses from that side.On the first goal, Bugarin punched in a cross from J.J. Kremer past Loyola's Doug Renner.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | September 23, 2009
In recent years, the Broadneck-Chesapeake-Anne Arundel boys soccer rivalry has showcased tight marking, with an emphasis on taking advantage of rare opportunities on offense. One goal usually makes the difference. That was the case Tuesday at Chesapeake, where the No. 4 Bruins got a goal from junior Ryan Bugarin midway through the first half and protected the lead with an organized effort in back to come away with a 1-0 win over the No. 15 Cougars. Broadneck improved to 3-1-1 overall and 2-0 in Anne Arundel County, while the Cougars fell to 2-2 overall and 1-1 in league play.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | October 3, 2009
With hard work and energy, Broadneck junior Ryan Bugarin has earned steady minutes off the bench to help the Bruins at midfield. It's been time well spent. Against Anne Arundel rival Severna Park on Friday night, Bugarin made the most of an opportunity in front, pouncing on a loose ball with 10:55 to play that gave the No. 4 Bruins a 1-0 win over the No. 2 Falcons. The Bruins improved to 6-1-1, recording their sixth shutout, while handing the Falcons their first loss after seven wins.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | September 23, 2009
In recent years, the Broadneck-Chesapeake-Anne Arundel boys soccer rivalry has showcased tight marking, with an emphasis on taking advantage of rare opportunities on offense. One goal usually makes the difference. That was the case Tuesday at Chesapeake, where the No. 4 Bruins got a goal from junior Ryan Bugarin midway through the first half and protected the lead with an organized effort in back to come away with a 1-0 win over the No. 15 Cougars. Broadneck improved to 3-1-1 overall and 2-0 in Anne Arundel County, while the Cougars fell to 2-2 overall and 1-1 in league play.
SPORTS
By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,Special to The Sun | August 1, 1994
BLAINE, Minn. -- Bryan Bugarin and Mike Henning exploited defensive lapses to each score a goal and Shane Dougherty added insurance to lift the under-19 Baltimore Spirit to a 3-1 victory over the Countryside Lightning last night for the 57th McGuire Cup boys crown at the Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships at the National Sports Center.Baltimore was in its end for much of the first half, but took a 1-0 lead over its Clearwater, Fla., opponent into halftime.In the 28th minute, Spirit midfielder Matt Nesbitt drove a 50-yard ball from deep in his half.
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By Lem Satterfield | November 8, 1991
Calvert Hall's Bryan Bugarin, J. J. Kremer and Mike Barger were sophomores when John Carroll dethroned the Cardinals as Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference soccer champions two years ago.The Cardinals finished that season 6-8-1. It was one of just two times Calvert Hall did not win the MSA A tournament crown.Yesterday, the senior Calvert Hall tri-captains denied the visiting 14th-ranked Patriots (13-4-1) another opportunity to topple them, as the No. 2 Cardinals (16-1) won their tournament semifinal, 5-0, and tied the school record with their 13th shutout.
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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,Special to The Sun | July 4, 1994
LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. -- The Baltimore Spirit is a team on a mission: to finish first in its fourth and final regional tournament.Brian Bugarin netted two goals and added an assist to lift the Spirit to within one victory of that objective with a 5-0 thrashing of the Greater Boston Bolts yesterday in the Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer Region I boys under-19 semifinals yesterday at Rider University.Baltimore advanced to today's 9 a.m. championship match against the Colonia (N.J.) Raiders. The Raiders upset the three-time defending regional champ F.C. Delco Demons of Eastern Pennsylvania, 2-1, yesterday with a 5-4 advantage in tie-breaking penalty kicks.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | November 13, 1991
Calvert Hall's soccer team is a close-knit bunch, so close in fact that two of the nine starting seniors, J.J. Kremer and Michael Barger, will celebrate their 17th birthdays tomorrow.Yesterday, they celebrated early with a 4-1 victory over Mount St. Joseph for the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference championship. It marked Calvert Hall's 25th soccer title. The first came in 1928, but 15 have come under coach Bill Karpovich since 1970 and 10 of those have come in the last 12 years.
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March 26, 2004
On March 23, 2004, FRANKIE J., of Jessup, MD; dear father of Bryan, Scott and Erik; loving brother of Heidi; stepbrother of Troy, Renee, Monique and Bernadine; grandfather of Taylor, Casey and Jordan. Also survived by godchildren, other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the Loudon Park Funeral Home, 3620 Wilkens Avenue, on Saturday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M., where service will be held on Monday at 11 A.M. Interment Holly Hill Cemetery.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Rivera and By John Rivera,SUN STAFF | February 25, 2001
WASHINGTON - In the northeast corner of the nation's capital, beyond the monuments and museums on the Mall, lies the newest tourist attraction in the nation's capital. Part think tank, part art gallery, part interactive museum, the John Paul II Cultural Center could be described as Port Discovery meets the Vatican. The center, which will open to the public March 22, is a $65 million attempt by admirers of John Paul II to preserve the legacy of the pope who had a role in the fall of the Soviet Union and presided over the Roman Catholic Church as it entered its third millennium.
SPORTS
December 2, 1999
The boysPlayer of the YearSteve Althoff, Curley, Senior, Defender: With Althoff in the lineup, the Friars reached their second straight MIAA A Conference title game, this time avenging a loss of a year ago by dethroning league rival McDonogh. Althoff (6 feet, 185 pounds), who earned All-Metro honors last season, scored three goals and had an assist while anchoring the Friars to 13 shutouts after a school-record 17 last year. His knack was for splintering the opposition's attack with a sure foot and often with booming kicks.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 6, 1998
Olive V. Bugarin, a community activist who helped needy families as a volunteer at Catholic House, died Monday of heart failure at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Southwest Baltimore resident was 70.Mrs. Bugarin led a group of volunteers each day that gathered and distributed food, clothing and furniture to needy families at Catholic House, a rowhouse at 314 S. Stricker St."She was one of the great matriarchs of Southwest Baltimore and willingly took on the bureaucracy. She was no one's lackey and had no time for phonies or do-gooders, and was adept at deflating puffed-up egos real fast," said the Rev. Michael J. Roach, pastor of St. Bartholomew Roman Catholic Church in Manchester and a former pastor of St. Peter the Apostle Roman Catholic Church in Southwest Baltimore.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Staff Writer | September 3, 1994
The Loyola men's soccer team earned new-found respect last fall, at the place that in recent years has come to symbolize college soccer at its finest.After qualifying for the NCAA tournament for the first time in six seasons and cracking the Top 20 for the first time, the Greyhounds won their first-round playoff game against James Madison, then faced two-time defending national champion Virginia.Loyola nearly pulled off an upset, thanks to terrific goalkeeping by Zach Thornton and an unlikely shot by Dave Briles that gave the Greyhounds a 1-0, second-half lead.
SPORTS
By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,Special to The Sun | August 1, 1994
BLAINE, Minn. -- Bryan Bugarin and Mike Henning exploited defensive lapses to each score a goal and Shane Dougherty added insurance to lift the under-19 Baltimore Spirit to a 3-1 victory over the Countryside Lightning last night for the 57th McGuire Cup boys crown at the Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships at the National Sports Center.Baltimore was in its end for much of the first half, but took a 1-0 lead over its Clearwater, Fla., opponent into halftime.In the 28th minute, Spirit midfielder Matt Nesbitt drove a 50-yard ball from deep in his half.
SPORTS
By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,Contributing Writer | July 29, 1994
BLAINE, Minn. -- The under-19 Baltimore Spirit has proved to be explosive on offense. As with most successful soccer teams, however, a potent attack usually is initiated by an effective defense.The Spirit, four-time defending Maryland Cup champs, outscored opponents 35-4 in five victories that earned the Baltimoreans their first U.S. Youth Soccer Region I crown."We play good team defense. That helps the offense," said striker Bryan Bugarin, whose seven goals in regional play were one fewer than those by midfielder Mike Henning.
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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,Special to The Sun | July 31, 1994
BLAINE, Minn. -- Yesterday was a day of sightseeing and relaxation in Minneapolis for the Baltimore Spirit. After Friday afternoon's grueling two-hour, 50-minute U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships boys under-19 semifinal victory, the Spirit needed time to recuperate.Baltimore faces the Countryside Lightning of Clearwater, Fla., tonight at 9:30 in the 57th McGuire Cup final, a match that has been held continuously since 1935, except for three years (1942-44) during World War II.The Spirit advanced by prevailing, 4-2, in a penalty-kick tiebreaker over the Salsa of Riverside, Calif.
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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,Contributing Writer | July 29, 1994
BLAINE, Minn. -- The under-19 Baltimore Spirit has proved to be explosive on offense. As with most successful soccer teams, however, a potent attack usually is initiated by an effective defense.The Spirit, four-time defending Maryland Cup champs, outscored opponents 35-4 in five victories that earned the Baltimoreans their first U.S. Youth Soccer Region I crown."We play good team defense. That helps the offense," said striker Bryan Bugarin, whose seven goals in regional play were one fewer than those by midfielder Mike Henning.
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