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October 28, 2003
On October 26, 2003, LEONOR F.; beloved wife of the late Eugene; devoted mother of Rose Berry, Fran Harris, Irene Howard and Gene Cabral; loving grandmother of Cliff Roberts, Shannon Harris, Chris Howard, Nichole Harris, Carley Cabral and Faith Cabral; great-grandmother of Christopher Howard. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road, on Tuesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral service will be held on Wednesday, 10:30 A.M. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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Sports Digest | January 31, 2014
Indoor soccer Blast to induct Cabral into its Hall of Fame Denison Cabral , the Blast's all-time scoring leader, will be inducted into the team's Hall of Fame on Feb. 22 during halftime of a Major Indoor Soccer League game against the Syracuse Silver Knights. A five-time All-Star during his 13 seasons in Baltimore, he ranks first in franchise history in points (941), total goals (445), 2-point goals (284), 1-point goals (142), power-play goals (85), game-winning goals (32)
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December 4, 2003
On December 1, 2003, DAVID D. CABRAL; loving son of David F. and Cathy A. Cabral, dear grandson of Barbara Cabral. A funeral service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Friday at 10 A.M. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens. Friends may call on Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the American Diabetes Association of Maryland, 3120 Timanus Lane, Suite 106, Baltimore, MD 21244.
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By Sports Digest | March 16, 2011
Blast Cabral to be honored at halftime of MISL title game Forward Denison Cabral will return to 1st Mariner Arena for a halftime ceremony March25 when the Blast hosts the Major Indoor Soccer League championship. Cabral, the team's all-time leader in points (941) and goals (445), began his career in Baltimore during the 1997-98 season and played 13 seasons through 2009-10, winning five championships. The Blast won the 2010-11 regular season title and will take on the winner of the semifinal series between the Milwaukee Wave and Missouri Comets.
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By Jack McCarthy and Jack McCarthy,Special to The Sun | April 27, 2008
MILWAUKEE -- Whenever Blast forward Denison Cabral makes a big play at home, he likes to share the joy with fans by running up to the glass at 1st Mariner Arena. Last night, he made U.S. Cellular Arena seem like a home away from home. "When I came here to play in Milwaukee, I wanted to feel like it was at home," Cabral said. "I promised myself that I was going to go up [and jump] on that glass, and I did." The 34-year-old veteran collected a hat trick last night as the Blast claimed its fourth Major Indoor Soccer League championship in the past six seasons, beating Monterrey La Raza, 14-11.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 20, 1996
Dennison Cabral and Roberto Ancenzi each scored five goals to power the Baltimore Bays past the Delaware Wizards, 15-8, in a USISL game last night at Du Burns Arena.The Bays took command in the final quarter, during which Ancenzi scored four goals to give Baltimore a comfortable 13-7 lead.Marcelo Zalencia also had a hat trick for the Bays (5-0).Delaware fell to 3-2.
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By Mary Beth Kozak and Mary Beth Kozak,SUN STAFF | January 27, 2005
Though he has been out with an injury, the Blast's Denison Cabral has shown his versatility this season. To his job as forward, he has added translator, chauffeur and president of the welcoming committee. Cabral, who came to the United States from Brazil in 1994 with little knowledge of English and few friends, has made it his personal mission to make new players feel welcome. Cabral, 31, recently has taken Brazilian teammate Adilson De Lima under his wing. "Always somebody had to be next to me, and I had to trust them," Cabral said.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2003
Defender Sean Bowers and midfielder Denison Cabral will represent the Blast in this season's Major Indoor Soccer League All-Star Game on March 7 in Milwaukee. It will be the sixth All-Star appearance for Bowers, who was named a starter for the Eastern Conference by a panel that included teams' general managers, head coaches and media. Last year's MISL Defender of the Year has 29 points for the Blast and ranks third in the league with 52 blocks this season. Cabral, an All-Star for the fourth time, leads the Blast in scoring with 47 points.
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By Ross Peddicord | April 14, 1991
Cabral and Blythe Miller are now two-for-two at the Manor.The 10-year-old Chilean-bred gelding and the 22-year-old college student started their campaign toward the Maryland Hunt Cup yesterday by winning the My Lady's Manor Point-to-Point in Monkton by a length over Pacific Parley.The pair had combined for a win in the Streett Memorial, the secondary feature, at the Manor two years ago. But recurring lameness problems -- the horse runs with two bowed front tendons -- kept Cabral out of action last year.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2009
When he came to the United States from Brazil, critics said Denison Cabral would never make it in indoor soccer. He was too small and would be pushed around, there was a language barrier, he had precious little knowledge of the game and he would be a liability on defense, they maintained. Blast president-general manager Kevin Healey, who had coached him outdoors with the Baltimore Bays, was not among the naysayers. "I remember telling Ed [Hale, Blast owner] that not only is he going to make it, he's going to be a star for us," Healey said.
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By Glenn Graham and Baltimore Sun reporter | September 30, 2010
When Blast veteran midfielder Denison Cabral came to the United States from his native Brazil in 1994, he was a wide-eyed 20-year-old who barely spoke English but showed a great passion for indoor soccer. Over the past 13 years, he emerged as the face of the Blast franchise, becoming its all-time leading scorer, making five All-Star Game appearances and playing a major role in the team's five league championships. Now, at 36, Cabral's days with the Blast appear to be over.
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By Sports Digest | March 9, 2010
Blast forward Denison Cabral totaled seven points in two home wins this weekend to earn Major Indoor Soccer League Player of the Week honors. Cabral scored three goals in a span of 2 minutes, 29 seconds during the first quarter of the Blast's 12-8 win over the Philadelphia KiXX on Friday and had an assist in its 12-11 win over Monterrey La RaZa on Saturday. Cabral is second on the team in scoring with 35 points, which ranks him tied for fifth in the league.
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By By Glenn Graham | March 6, 2010
The Blast's track record this season when a player registers a hat trick is perfect. When veteran midfielder Denison Cabral scored three quick goals in the first quarter against the faltering Philadelphia KiXX Friday night, the question was whether the Blast would make it eight wins with eight hat tricks. The KiXX made a fourth-quarter surge, but it proved too little, too late, as the Blast came away with a 12-8 win in front of an announced 5,324 at 1st Mariner Arena. With the Blast leading, 10-4, at the start of the fourth quarter, the KiXX got two quick two-point goals to cut the lead to 10-8, but Blast forward Max Ferdinand answered with a goal and the home team's defense did the rest for its fourth straight victory.
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By Glenn Graham and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 5, 2010
The Blast's track record this season when a player registers a hat trick is perfect. When veteran midfielder Denison Cabral scored three quick goals in the first quarter against the faltering Philadelphia KiXX Friday night, the question was whether the Blast would make it eight wins with eight hat tricks. The KiXX made a fourth-quarter surge, but it proved too little, too late, as the Blast came away with a 12-8 win in front of an announced 5,324 at 1st Mariner Arena. With the Blast leading, 10-4, at the start of the fourth quarter, the KiXX got two quick two-point goals to cut the lead to 10-8, but Blast forward Max Ferdinand answered with a goal and the home team's defense did the rest for its fourth straight victory.
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By By Glenn Graham | February 20, 2010
For Blast fans, it was a welcome sight Friday night at 1st Mariner Arena, something they have grown accustomed to seeing but have not seen much lately. After another sluggish first half ended with the home team down two points to visiting Monterrey La RaZa, Blast veteran Denison Cabral put away a tying power-play goal in the opening minutes of the third quarter and headed for the boards. He climbed them jubilantly, put his hands together when he reached the top and celebrated with fans.
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March 19, 2009
On March 13, 2009, SUSAN M.; beloved mother of Steven Cabral; beloved grandmother of Steven, Samantha, and Josephine Cabral. Friends may call at the Thomas J. Skarda Funeral Home, 2829 Hudson Street, on Friday from 7 to 9 PM. Services at 8 PM.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | January 15, 2000
Denison Cabral, estimates his coach Kevin Healey, gets up higher on his back-flips than any other player in the league. "Other people do them but not like Denny's," said Healey, whose Blast (12-7) face St. Louis (6-11) at 7: 30 tonight in a National Professional Soccer League game at Baltimore Arena. "Especially after big goals. It looks like he is flying. He is in orbit when he does it." The flips send the kids whomake up a good percentage of the arena into a frenzy. Cabral, at 5 feet 4, is a fan favorite because of his success against defenders, most of whom are at least a half a foot taller and 30 pounds heavier.
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By Kevin Niendorf and Kevin Niendorf,Special to The Sun | March 17, 2008
STOCKTON, Calif. -- The Blast's Denison Cabral might wish he played every game in California after scoring a team season-high six goals. Last night's 26-23 victory over the California Cougars, whom the Blast had yet to beat this season in two tries, kept the Blast two games behind the Milwaukee Wave in its chase to become the No. 2 seed in the Major Indoor Soccer League playoffs. "It was a great performance ... " Blast coach Danny Kelly said. "But as a team, we can't give up 23 points and expect to win."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2009
When he came to the United States from Brazil, critics said Denison Cabral would never make it in indoor soccer. He was too small and would be pushed around, there was a language barrier, he had precious little knowledge of the game and he would be a liability on defense, they maintained. Blast president-general manager Kevin Healey, who had coached him outdoors with the Baltimore Bays, was not among the naysayers. "I remember telling Ed [Hale, Blast owner] that not only is he going to make it, he's going to be a star for us," Healey said.
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By From Sun staff reports | March 2, 2009
MONTERREY, Mexico - After a fourth quarter in which the Blast and Monterrey La RaZa traded goals and the lead, rookie Pat Healey finally gave the Blast an 18-16 overtime victory last night at Monterrey Arena. Healey scored the game-winner for the first-place Blast at the 4:25 mark of overtime. The Blast's PJ Wakefield (UMBC) sent the game into an extra period when he scored with 24 seconds left in regulation. The Blast had a 10-4 lead at halftime, but La RaZa scored three times in the third period to tie it at 10. The teams traded goals in the final quarter, with Monterrey taking a 16-14 lead in the eighth minute before Wakefield tied the game.
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