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December 19, 1990
Chapelgate Presbyterian Church in Ellicott City announces the opening of Chapelgate Christian Academy for middle and high school students in the fall of 1991.Emphasizing high-quality, college preparatory education from a Christian perspective, Chapelgate Christian Academy will offer classes for students in grades six through nine its first academic year and will add one grade per year to complete its high school program.The school will be on the church's new property at Marriottsville Roand and Route 40. Information 465-7877.
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December 4, 2012
The 5-foot-6 sophomore guard displayed her do-it-all skills to lead the Eagles to a 3-0 start, highlighted by her Most Valuable Player honors at the team's Eagle Classic over the weekend. Murray opened the season with a triple-double in a 40-30 win over Friends on Nov. 28 - totaling 13 points, 12 steals, 10 rebounds and also contributing four assists. In Friday's first game at the Eagle Classic against Chapelgate Christian - a 38-19 win - she scored 9 points and added 13 steals, 11 rebounds and six assists.
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November 25, 1990
The Unitarian Universalist Society of Howard County has recently ordained and installed Steven Dowell Beall as its new minister.The Rev. Beall lives in ColumbiaCHRISTIAN ACADEMY TO OPEN IN 1991Chapelgate Presbyterian Church in Ellicott City announces the opening of Chapelgate Christian Academy for middle and high school students in the fall of 1991.Emphasizing high-quality, college preparatory education from a Christian perspective, Chapelgate Christian Academy will offer classes for students in grades six through nine its first academic year and will add one grade per year to complete its high school program.
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By From Sun Staff Reports | December 4, 2010
The Loyola basketball team continued its winning ways — minus the nail-biting — beating visiting Coppin Academy, 61-47, on Friday. The Dons (2-0) started their season Wednesday with a hard-fought 42-39 win over Archbishop Curley, defeating the Friars in a season opener for the second straight year. The Dons also defeated Curley, 46-38, on Nov. 30, 2009. Dan Vigus scored 14 points and Mitch Cross had 13 for Loyola. Josh Adeyey had a game-high 29 points for the Eagles (0-1)
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February 12, 2010
The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association announced Friday that it has suspended the remainder of the regular-season basketball schedule in all three conferences and that all teams in each will be eligible to participate in postseason tournaments. Because of the unusual circumstances caused by the weather so late in the regular season, the MIAA is waiving its usual playoff criteria. Seedings for all three tournaments will be announced no later than Monday at noon. Play will begin in the B Conference on Wednesday and continue Thursday and Friday.
SPORTS
December 4, 2012
The 5-foot-6 sophomore guard displayed her do-it-all skills to lead the Eagles to a 3-0 start, highlighted by her Most Valuable Player honors at the team's Eagle Classic over the weekend. Murray opened the season with a triple-double in a 40-30 win over Friends on Nov. 28 - totaling 13 points, 12 steals, 10 rebounds and also contributing four assists. In Friday's first game at the Eagle Classic against Chapelgate Christian - a 38-19 win - she scored 9 points and added 13 steals, 11 rebounds and six assists.
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By From Sun Staff Reports | December 4, 2010
The Loyola basketball team continued its winning ways — minus the nail-biting — beating visiting Coppin Academy, 61-47, on Friday. The Dons (2-0) started their season Wednesday with a hard-fought 42-39 win over Archbishop Curley, defeating the Friars in a season opener for the second straight year. The Dons also defeated Curley, 46-38, on Nov. 30, 2009. Dan Vigus scored 14 points and Mitch Cross had 13 for Loyola. Josh Adeyey had a game-high 29 points for the Eagles (0-1)
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August 4, 2006
`The Real Me' set as Journeys topic Journeys Community, a nontraditional Christian seekers' group, meets at 10 a.m. Sundays in the second-floor auditorium of Vantage House Life-Care Retirement Community, 5400 Vantage Point Road in Town Center, Columbia. This week's topic is "Will the Real Me Stand Up! -- Discovering Our Authentic Voice." Journeys Community has published a book, Seeking the Spirit: How to Create a Community of Seekers. The book describes the history of the Columbia group and its nontraditional liturgy, which draws on many cultures and faith traditions and includes readings, music and film clips from sources such as Mother Teresa, Thich Nhat Hanh and Stevie Wonder.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | December 18, 1994
In one year, Chapelgate Christian Academy's girls basketball team jumped from winless to 12-5.The next step up gets a little steeper.Flames coach John Curran just added the first public school to his schedule, accepting an invitation to play Atholton in the opening round of the Raiders' Central Maryland Basketball Tournament on Dec. 29."We're excited about the Christmas tournament," said junior forward Faith Meisinger, "but we're nervous because we don't know how we'll match up."The Flames, in only their third year of competition, have matched up well against other small private schools.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | April 18, 2007
A two-sport standout, R.J. Gavlin of Chapelgate Christian Academy has played four years of varsity soccer and lacrosse. As a center midfielder in soccer, he anchored the Yellow Jackets in two straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference championships. A goal-scorer in lacrosse -- playing on attack and some at midfield -- Gavlin was the hero in last season's championship game against Cardinal Gibbons, scoring an overtime goal to lead Chapelgate to an 8-7 win. With 21 goals this season, Gavlin has 106 for his career.
SPORTS
February 13, 2010
The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association announced Friday that it has suspended the remainder of the regular-season basketball schedule in all three conferences and that all teams in each will be eligible to participate in postseason tournaments. Because of the unusual circumstances caused by the weather so late in the regular season, the MIAA is waiving its usual playoff criteria. Seedings for all three tournaments will be announced no later than noon Monday. Play will begin in the B Conference on Wednesday and continue Thursday and Friday.
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By Glenn Graham | April 30, 2008
Chapelgate senior shortstop Lauren Ahrens, who has batted leadoff since the first game of her freshman year, has made her mark on the program as she enters the final few weeks of her high school career. She is its career leader in batting average (.410), hits (108), RBIs (104), runs scored (126), stolen bases (55), triples (14) and home runs (six). Numbers aside, Ahrens' complete attention is on one thing: Helping the team capture its first Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference championship.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | April 18, 2007
A two-sport standout, R.J. Gavlin of Chapelgate Christian Academy has played four years of varsity soccer and lacrosse. As a center midfielder in soccer, he anchored the Yellow Jackets in two straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference championships. A goal-scorer in lacrosse -- playing on attack and some at midfield -- Gavlin was the hero in last season's championship game against Cardinal Gibbons, scoring an overtime goal to lead Chapelgate to an 8-7 win. With 21 goals this season, Gavlin has 106 for his career.
NEWS
August 4, 2006
`The Real Me' set as Journeys topic Journeys Community, a nontraditional Christian seekers' group, meets at 10 a.m. Sundays in the second-floor auditorium of Vantage House Life-Care Retirement Community, 5400 Vantage Point Road in Town Center, Columbia. This week's topic is "Will the Real Me Stand Up! -- Discovering Our Authentic Voice." Journeys Community has published a book, Seeking the Spirit: How to Create a Community of Seekers. The book describes the history of the Columbia group and its nontraditional liturgy, which draws on many cultures and faith traditions and includes readings, music and film clips from sources such as Mother Teresa, Thich Nhat Hanh and Stevie Wonder.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 24, 2004
Chapelgate Christian's Sean Hamilton called yesterday's 52-47 victory over Lutheran for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference championship at Gilman amazing. The senior guard was impressive himself, especially in the final quarter, scoring 15 of his game-high 19 points and helping the Howard County school finish a perfect run in the league. "We had to step up," said Hamilton. "Our defense wasn't doing it, our offense was off and we weren't making shots. We had to step up as a team."
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2001
Jimmy Snyder stroked Dan Parlette's 141st pitch of the game into center field for a base hit, scoring Evan Williams with the game-ending run as Mt. Carmel edged Chapelgate Christian Academy, 3-2, in eight innings at yesterday's MIAA B Conference finals. Parlette and Mt. Carmel's Andrew Ganzzermiller (10-4) went all the way at Joe Cannon Stadium, but Ganzzermiller threw 99 pitches in his eight innings and appeared a little stronger at the end. "Parlette struck out 14 the last time we played using a lot of breaking pitches and that's all we worked on the last three days in batting practice," said Cougars coach Mike Naunton.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 24, 2004
Chapelgate Christian's Sean Hamilton called yesterday's 52-47 victory over Lutheran for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference championship at Gilman amazing. The senior guard was impressive himself, especially in the final quarter, scoring 15 of his game-high 19 points and helping the Howard County school finish a perfect run in the league. "We had to step up," said Hamilton. "Our defense wasn't doing it, our offense was off and we weren't making shots. We had to step up as a team."
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