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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | October 30, 1994
The Carroll Christian Patriots volleyball team is headed for uncharted waters this week when it travels to Dayton, Tenn.That's where the Patriots will make their first appearance in the National Association of Christian Athletes Championships.They'll compete with seven other teams in the large-school division of the double-elimination national tournament, which starts Wednesday and runs through Friday. The Patriots (14-2), who will be guaranteed three games, qualified by recently winning the Maryland Association of Christian Schools State Tournament.
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Sports Digest | July 25, 2013
Pro soccer United, D.C. reach pact on new $300M stadium D.C. United executives and Washington officials have reached a preliminary $300 million deal to build a 20,000-seat stadium for the team on Buzzard Point in Southwest Washington. The agreement, team and city leaders said, could end a decade-long search by the Major League Soccer franchise for a new venue that would allow it to leave RFK Stadium, where D.C. United has played since its founding in 1996 but where its investors say the team loses money every year.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 3, 1998
Carroll Christian's boys basketball team made sure coach Randy Peterson would not have to sweat over victory No. 300 of his basketball coaching career last night.The home team ran out to an 18-1 lead in the first four minutes, led 41-10 halfway through the second quarter, and cruised to an 86-46 Potomac Christian Athletic Conference victory over Broadfording Christian Academy of Hagerstown. Carroll Christian had defeated the Lions on their home floor a week ago, 71-55.The triumph pushed the Patriots' record to 17-2 (10-0 in the conference)
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 6, 2007
Twenty-four of Carroll County's top seniors have been chosen to play in the second annual Mid-Maryland All-Star Baseball Classic, scheduled for May 30 at Hagerstown Municipal Stadium. County players on the Big School, East team, coached by Liberty's Erik Barnes, include Francis Scott Key's Shane Eyler and Jimmy Gilford; North Carroll's Evan Picciotto, Nick Riley, Mike Yingling and Levi Lafferty; Liberty's Jared Heffler, Jack Lambert and John Byram; and Westminster's Dustin Tarlow, Brett Harman and Doug Politz.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | January 16, 1994
The Carroll Christian School's girls basketball team was having problems.After playing well and splitting their first two games of the season, the Patriots went on the road to play Heritage Christian Academy and fell behind, 22-8, early in the third quarter. New head coach Dave Wisner decided to shake things up by putting on a full-court press.And it changed the season.Carroll Christian forced numerous turnovers with its press and rallied to win that game in overtime. The press then turned into a big weapon that helped the Patriots win seven of their first 10 games -- after going 5-17 last season.
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September 8, 1991
Coach: Anna Bible, second yearLast year's record: 9-8, Maryland Association of Christian Schools state championTop returnees: Seniors, Angie Anderson, Cinda Grove; juniors, Kristine Mann, Kellie Sullivan, Michelle Staner.Top newcomers: Freshman, Cheryl Beard; eighth-grader, Rachel Holdefer.Coach's comments: "We look pretty promising. It's a close-knit team. They have the endurance to fight back."The Carroll County Sun's outlook: Coach Bible guided the Patriots to a state title in her first year.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 18, 1996
The Carroll Christian boys basketball team will finally get a chance to see how it stacks up against a Carroll County public school when it visits the Liberty Lions on Friday night.The game will mark the first time the Patriots, who won the Maryland Association of Christian Schools state title last season, will go up against another county team. They'll bring a 7-0 record into the contest with Liberty, which also is enjoying early-season success at 4-1, including yesterday's 69-47 win against River Hill.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | May 10, 1995
The Carroll Christian Patriots had no desire to let a successful season end on a low note yesterday afternoon at Landon Burns Park in Westminster.So when visiting Seaford (Del.) Christian scrapped for a couple of runs to tie the score at 4 in the top of the fifth, the Patriots wasted little time in answering.They matched the two runs in their half of the inning and added one in the sixth to claim a 7-4 win and finish the season with an 8-3 mark.Senior pitcher Matt Good went the distance for the win, getting stronger in the later innings and also providing much of the offense with three hits and two runs scored.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1998
Carroll Christian will be the host school when the AA division of the annual Maryland Association of Christian Schools basketball tournaments are held this weekend.The Patriots' boys and girls teams will oppose Capital Christian, from Upper Marlboro, and Elkton Christian and Harford Christian will play in the opposite brackets.The A division, made up of smaller schools, will hold their tournaments at Granite Christian in Glen Burnie.Carroll Christian will send out a 22-2 boys team, which has lost only to Arlington Baptist and Chapelgate by a combined total of five points.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | October 15, 1997
Carroll Christian School, unbeaten in boys soccer and volleyball, will send its teams to their respective Maryland Association of Christian Schools tournaments this weekend.The 9-0 soccer team will play a first-round game tomorrow against Capital Christian at the 97 Carroll County Sports Complex. A second first-round game will have Harford Christian at Elkton Christian, with all four teams advancing to Saturday games at Harford in Dublin. The losers will play at 11 a.m., and the winners at 1 p.m.A similar format is true for the 13-0 volleyball team, as the same four teams will be involved -- Capital at Carroll tomorrow at 3: 30, and Elkton at Harford.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 11, 2007
To Carroll Christian girls basketball coach Matthew Reisberg, it's no huge surprise that his team is off to a 16-2 start. Reisberg said the team planted the roots for its success four years ago, when many of the players were forced into the lineup after the Patriots had graduated their starting lineup. "Many of them jumped in as sophomores or even as freshmen and started," he said. "We've been building toward this." The team is led by a pair of seniors in forward-guard Christine Maher (8.9 points per game, 6.9 rebounds)
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By BILL FREE and BILL FREE,Sun Reporter | February 11, 2007
The Harford Christian girls basketball team has had a successful season, going 10-3 and sitting in second place in the Maryland Association of Christian Schools league. The only problem is that the Carroll Christian squad from Westminster is charging through the league with a 13-0 record to overshadow Harford Christian's performance. "Carroll Christian goes six-deep on the front line," said Harford Christian coach Brian Akers, who is in his 14th season. "We can't match that size. Their inside people average 4 to 5 inches taller than our front line.
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By RICH SCHERR and RICH SCHERR,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 31, 2006
To Century softball coach Kristy Hinkle, the memories of a blowout loss in the state semifinals can't compare with those of her team's improbable run to make it to that point. After starting the season 3-5, the Knights, behind the pitching of senior Kristy Witten, began to play better in the second half of the season. Along the way, they topped eventual county champion Westminster, perennial contender North Carroll and defeated county power Francis Scott Key three times, including a 10-0 win in the Class 2A West regional finals.
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By RICH SCHERR and RICH SCHERR,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 1, 2006
For the second time in as many years, the Carroll Christian girls basketball team on Saturday claimed the Maryland Association of Christian Schools Athletic League tournament title, avenging a previous 20-point loss to beat Clinton Christian, 38-32, in Bel Air. Junior point guard Christine Maher scored nine points, including a three-pointer that broke a 32-32 tie with just over two minutes remaining. Her sister, center Amanda Maher, also had nine points, to give the Patriots (17-4 through Saturday)
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By RICH SCHERR and RICH SCHERR,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 25, 2006
After two weeks without its top player, Winters Mill will have to wait at least a few more days for junior Jimmy Dorsey to return. The 6-foot-2 guard, who leads Carroll County in scoring (20.9 points per game), three-point percentage (.478), free-throw percentage (.849) and steals (five per game), had hoped to return to practice last weekend after his bout with mononucleosis, but did not receive clearance from his doctor as expected. "He's still not been cleared," Winters Mill coach Dave Herman said.
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November 23, 2005
Matt Ward, Carroll Christian SPORT SOCCER BOYS STATS -- Ward, a senior, led the Patriots with 18 goals and 14 assists, helping the team to a 16-2-1 record and the championship of the five-state Mid-East Regional Christian School tournament. The center-forward had either two goals or two assists in several games this season, and had three assists against Red Lion (Pa.). SIDELINES -- Despite the scoring statistics, Carroll Christian coach Matthew Reisberg said Ward takes even greater satisfaction in drawing defenders and then passing off to open teammates.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | December 9, 1998
Matt Brethauer has been named head coach for boys basketball at Carroll Christian High School, replacing Randy Peterson, current athletic director and head coach, who had submitted his resignation last month.Brethauer moves up from coach of the school's junior high program, where he will be replaced by Peterson assistant Gary Clark.Peterson will make his final home appearance Friday night when the Patriots (2-3) play Chapelgate. His last game will be Dec. 17 at Elkton. In his seventh season at the Westminster school, Peterson's record is 111-57, and for a 17-year career, 311-154.
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By Rich Scherr and Jeff Seidel and Rich Scherr and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 17, 2005
Carroll Christian girls soccer coach Daniel McLaughlin wasn't sure what to expect from his team heading into this season. The Patriots had lost seven seniors from last year's squad that lost in the Maryland Association of Christian Schools title game, and McLaughlin found 11 freshmen on his roster. "I thought it was going to be a building year this year," McLaughlin said. But Carroll Christian built a whole lot faster than McLaughlin expected. The Patriots have jumped to a 6-1 start, with longtime rival Harford Christian next at home Tuesday.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | February 29, 2004
LANHAM -- For a whole year, Faith Happel and some of her Arlington Baptist girls basketball teammates set their sights on one goal: meeting Chapelgate again in the final of the Maryland Christian Schools tournament. With one goal realized, the Eagles accomplished another when they upended the reigning tournament champion Yellow Jackets, 59-54, in a Division I final yesterday at Washington Bible College. Arlington Baptist (24-0) lost to Chapelgate in last winter's championship, also the Yellow Jackets' third consecutive tournament crown.
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