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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2002
To his son, Charlie Moore Sr. "was an older guy with a young man's swagger and passion, and just this fresh attitude about life that was simply beautiful." To coaching rival Pete Pompey, the former Lake Clifton High basketball coach was "a true friend" and "as fierce a competitor on the court as he was happy-go-lucky off of it." Charles Edward "Charlie" Moore Sr. died of a heart attack Wednesday afternoon in the bedroom of his Woodlawn home. He was 64. Moore amassed a 221-66 coaching record in 14 seasons, including a Class 4A state championship at Lake Clifton in 1994-95.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2002
To his son, Charlie Moore Sr. "was an older guy with a young man's swagger and passion, and just this fresh attitude about life that was simply beautiful." To coaching rival Pete Pompey, the former Lake Clifton High basketball coach was "a true friend" and "as fierce a competitor on the court as he was happy-go-lucky off of it." Charles Edward "Charlie" Moore Sr. died of a heart attack Wednesday afternoon in the bedroom of his Woodlawn home. He was 64. Moore amassed a 221-66 coaching record in 14 seasons, including a Class 4A state championship at Lake Clifton in 1994-95.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1999
William "Sugar" Cain, the legendary Dunbar High coach who guided the school's basketball team into the national limelight, died of cancer Saturday night at his West Baltimore home. He was 80.A coach, disciplinarian, counselor and father figure to countless outstanding inner-city athletes, Cain culminated his coaching career in 1973 with an 85-71 victory over Washington power DeMatha at the then-Baltimore Civic Center. That outcome thrust Baltimore -- long considered inferior in talent to Washington, Philadelphia and New York -- into the college recruiting frenzy that still exists today.
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By Sam Davis Rick Belz, Katherine Dunn, Rich Scherr, Derek Toney and Alan Widmann contributed to this article | December 5, 1991
Street & Smith's, USA Today and The Associated Press say Dunbar is the country's No. 1 high school basketball team. But in a season in which many of the area's perennial contenders are rebuilding, Southern, Walbrook and Cardinal Gibbons are primed make the Poets prove they are No. 1 in the Baltimore area.The season begins tomorrow.The Poets appear awesome, with three potential high school All-Americans, Donta Bright, Michael Lloyd and Keith Booth, but local coaches aren't conceding."I think, on any given day, anybody can be beat," said Walbrook coach Gus Herrington.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 15, 1997
Kevin Braswell led all scorers with 32 points as No. 4 Lake Clifton (8-3) defeated visiting Poly, 77-54, yesterday to give coach Charlie Moore his 200th career victory and extend the Lakers' home win streak to 30, dating to 1994.Moore is in his 10th season at Lake Clifton and has compiled a 200-46 record, including a Class 4A state title in 1995."It is very exciting, and I owe it all to the kids," Moore said. "It [200 wins] was in the back of my mind when the season started, but I just tryed to stay focused and concentrate on the season."
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May 16, 2006
On May 14, 2006, HELEN WAY PERKINS (nee Hamill) of Cockeysville, MD. Beloved wife of the late H. Arnold Perkins; loving mother of her daughters Janet P. Zimmerman and her husband Howard of Gulf Shores, AL and Helen Anne Berry and her husband Tom of Bishopville, MD; devoted grandmother of five grandchildren, Brian R. Zimmerman, Karen Z. (Charlie) Moore, Tod A. (Angela) Zimmerman, John W. (Christy) Berry, Thomas A. (Tammie) Berry, and 13 great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date.
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By Sam Davis | January 22, 1991
It figured to be a long, long time before anyone dared compare another local high school team to Dunbar's 1983 national championship squad that went 31-0, produced three National Basketball Association players and has been called the greatest high school team ever.But, eight years later, Dunbar's 1991 edition, with four potential All-Americans, is being compared to that team. The Poets (15-1) have rolled over most of their opponents and moved to No. 3 in the country in The Associated Press poll while holding the area's No. 1 ranking all season.
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March 19, 1992
No.School .. .. ..Record .. .. Pts.1. Dunbar .. .. .. .. (29-0) .. .. 3002. x-Southern-B .. .. (10-14) .. ..2853. Walbrook .. .. .. .(14-10) .. ..270Lake Clifton .. .. (13-5) .. .. 2545. Towson Catholic .. (23-10) .. ..2336. Gibbons .. .. .. ..(25-12) .. ..225Edmondson .. .. .. (15-4) .. .. 1798. Carver .. .. .. .. (16-4) .. .. 1729. Overlea .. .. .. ..(23-1) .. .. 15910. Catonsville .. .. (24-2) .. .. 146Milford Mill .. ..(20-7) .. .. 126Loyola .. .. .. ..(21-10) .. ..119Old Mill .. .. .. (17-10)
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By Paul McMullen | February 19, 1991
Around the perimeter * STARTING FOR NO. 1 -- She's averaging 5.2 points and playing 16 minutes for the Virginia women, but the most impressive aspect for Melanee Wagener is that she's doing so for the No. 1 team in the nation.A 6-foot-2 junior forward, Wagener was an All-Metro basketball and volleyball player for South Carroll. She averaged 3.5 points as a Virginia freshman, and her average dropped to 2.6 last year, even though she started eight games.Wagener has started all but one game this season.
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By Derek Toney | January 5, 1991
This season, Lake Clifton doesn't have a big frontline like previous Lakers teams, so it uses an aggressive defense and a perimeter shooting game to compensate.Yesterday, the third-ranked Lakers defeated host Poly (6-4, 2-3), 75-61, in a Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference game.Lake Clifton (6-1, 2-0) was not among the preseason favorites in the A Conference, but it is tied for first with Cardinal Gibbons."We're working hard right now," said Lake Clifton coach Charlie Moore. "I really don't know how good we're going to be. It's too early to say if this is a big win, but it's not too late to say that it isn't, so I'll leave it at that."
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