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By Rich Scherr | February 2, 1991
Phil Chenier scored eight of his game-high 22 points in the third quarter, as host Wilde Lake built a 10-point lead and went on to beat Mount Hebron, 75-64, in a Howard County League game last night.Chenier, the Wildecats center and son of the former Bullets' great, helped Wilde Lake break open a one-point game at the half, with a 14-5 spurt to start the second half, giving it a 44-34 lead midway through the third quarter. Chenier scored all four of his baskets on lay-ups, and teammate Randy Miller added four points during the stretch.
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Sports Digest | October 5, 2011
Basketball Bias, Holliday, Chenier to be inducted into Hall The late Maryland star Len Bias and longtime Terrapins radio voice Johnny Holliday will be inducted into the Washington Metropolitan Basketball Hall of Fame on Nov. 9, it was announced on Tuesday. Former Baltimore-Washington Bullets star Phil Chenier , former Bullets player and GM Bob Ferry and Montrose Christian coach Stu Vetter will also be among those inducted. The ceremony starts at 6p.m.
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By Derek Toney | March 2, 1991
Fourth-seeded Wilde Lake defeated host and second-seeded Hammond, 77-69, in the boys state Class 2A, Region II final last night.The Wildecats (15-8) advance to the state semifinals at University of Maryland's Cole Field House.Senior center Phil Chenier led Wilde Lake with a game-high 32 points and 15 rebounds. Joey Guyton added 20, as the Wildecats avenged two regular-season losses to the Golden Bears (13-8)."The odds were against us, like at Overlea," said Chenier, speaking of his team's regional semifinal victory over the top seed Wednesday.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 6, 2005
Phil Chenier faces the same concerns any other high school basketball coach has at this time of the season. His Wilde Lake High varsity squad was 9-7 as of late last week and trying to get everything together for a late-season roll heading into post-season play. Chenier, 31, is a former standout player at Wilde Lake and Howard University who knows the game and loves teaching it. He also is fortunate in that when a basketball question occurs, one trusted source he can turn to is a three-time National Basketball Association all-star who, as a television announcer, is still involved in the pro league.
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By Ray Frager and Ray Frager,Staff Writer | September 3, 1992
When Jim Karvellas last was the Washington Bullets' play-by-play man, Wes Unseld was grabbing rebounds, Phil Chenier was hitting jumpers and the team was reaching the NBA Finals.Now, Unseld is the coach, Chenier is a television analyst and 11 seasons have passed since the Bullets made it past the first round of the playoffs. But Karvellas is back.Channel 20 has replaced Mel Proctor, a 12-year Bullets announcer, with Karvellas, most recently with the New York Knicks but also a Bullets play-by-play man for 12 seasons.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | March 3, 1991
In Wilde Lake's two earlier losses to Hammond this year, 6-5 Phil Chenier played on the wing and wasn't much of a factor, fouling out both times.Friday night at Hammond with the Class 2A Region II titleon the line, Chenier played inside and ate the Bears alive on the boards.Chenier scored a career-high 32 points, and Wilde Lake beat Hammond, 77-69, winning its first regional title since 1985, when the Wildecats grabbed the Class 2A state title. Wilde Lake advances to the state semifinals in College Park this week.
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By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | March 7, 1991
Around much of these parts, the crocuses are out and the daffodils are ready to open. But it's also tournament time and, in Columbia, the late bloomers are getting the attention.After a miserable 2-7 start, Wilde Lake (16-9) has reached the semifinals in Class 2A and, after some rocky moments earlier in the season, the Wildecats' Phil Chenier Jr. is coming along quite nicely, too. The blossoming of each has been symbiotic."He was up and down," said Wilde Lake coach Paul Ellis. "As we started to mature as a team, he started to mature as a player.
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By Judith Green and Judith Green,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 25, 1998
The man of the 1998-1999 opera season is neither Verdi nor Mozart. It's (are you ready?) Umberto Giordano, whose "Andrea Chenier" will be performed by the Baltimore Opera and "Fedora" by the Washington Opera."
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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | April 24, 1999
"Andrea Chenier" is Umberto Giordano's only opera in the international repertory. It is supposed to owe its popularity to star tenors who are attracted to the title role's passion and heroism.So much for the apparent reputation of "Chenier." The truth is rather different, as Thursday's opening performance of the Baltimore Opera's production of the opera demonstrated. This operatic treatment of events in the French Revolution is an ambitious work with a classic triangle of sensitive heroine, rebellious hero and menacing baritone.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Contributing Writer | December 6, 1993
Last season, Wilde Lake coach Kelly Rosati guided the youthful Wildecats to Cinderella status and the Class 1A regional final. With the graduation and loss of only two starters, Wilde Lake can forget about sneaking up on the county this year."
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By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | September 13, 2004
A family of aristocrats emerges from huge cocoons to prepare for yet another party in their servant-filled chateau. Guests arrive in gauzy clothes that reveal bloated bodies, mundane undergarments, weak hoops holding up skirts (and their honor). Wigs, like absurd masses of petrified cotton candy, lean at precarious angles. These horrid people prance and dance, but their gavottes have halting steps. They are about to die. They will never really know why. And that's just the first minutes in Washington National Opera's explosive production of Umberto Giodano's Andrea Chenier.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2002
Both coaches were in agreement about last night's Hammond vs. Wilde Lake basketball game -- the last game for both teams until Jan. 26 because the county doesn't allow games during exam week. Winning Hammond coach Mark Murray called it "a very ugly game." Losing Wilde Lake coach Phil Chenier called it "kind of an ugly game." Neither coach was overly pleased with his team's performance in the Bears' 41-36 victory. It wasn't hard to understand why. Hammond shot 31 percent (14-for-45) from the field, while visiting Wilde Lake was 13-for-44 (30 percent)
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 27, 2001
Wilde Lake will have its third boys varsity basketball coach in three seasons, as the Wildecats have promoted Phil Chenier, the junior varsity coach for the past two seasons. He replaces Damon Sterling as head coach, although Sterling, who teaches in Prince George's County, will remain as a varsity assistant coach. The new junior varsity coach is DaLawn Parrish, a football and basketball standout at Howard who graduated in 1995 and played four years of football at Wake Forest. Chenier, who teaches algebra at Wilde Lake, coached the junior varsity to a 15-5 record last season.
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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | April 24, 1999
"Andrea Chenier" is Umberto Giordano's only opera in the international repertory. It is supposed to owe its popularity to star tenors who are attracted to the title role's passion and heroism.So much for the apparent reputation of "Chenier." The truth is rather different, as Thursday's opening performance of the Baltimore Opera's production of the opera demonstrated. This operatic treatment of events in the French Revolution is an ambitious work with a classic triangle of sensitive heroine, rebellious hero and menacing baritone.
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By Judith Green and Judith Green,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 25, 1998
The man of the 1998-1999 opera season is neither Verdi nor Mozart. It's (are you ready?) Umberto Giordano, whose "Andrea Chenier" will be performed by the Baltimore Opera and "Fedora" by the Washington Opera."
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By MILTON KENT | February 5, 1996
Robert Goulet is a refined, erudite veteran of the Broadway stage, with two tours of duty in "Camelot." He's a show tunes kind of fellow, a Tony Award winner, for goodness sakes, not the kind of guy you expect to be parked on a stool using the word "youse" and threatening to "give you a pop quiz in the kisser" if you don't watch ESPN's "Big Monday" college basketball package.Yet, there's Goulet, sitting in front of a big band in a series of delightful spots for college hoops that poke delicious fun at his image.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2002
Both coaches were in agreement about last night's Hammond vs. Wilde Lake basketball game -- the last game for both teams until Jan. 26 because the county doesn't allow games during exam week. Winning Hammond coach Mark Murray called it "a very ugly game." Losing Wilde Lake coach Phil Chenier called it "kind of an ugly game." Neither coach was overly pleased with his team's performance in the Bears' 41-36 victory. It wasn't hard to understand why. Hammond shot 31 percent (14-for-45) from the field, while visiting Wilde Lake was 13-for-44 (30 percent)
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Contributing Writer | December 6, 1993
Last season, Wilde Lake coach Kelly Rosati guided the youthful Wildecats to Cinderella status and the Class 1A regional final. With the graduation and loss of only two starters, Wilde Lake can forget about sneaking up on the county this year."
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Contributing Writer | September 10, 1993
For Wilde Lake's rookie volleyball coach Kelli Rosati, the Wildecats can do no worse than last season.After a disastrous 0-15 campaign a year ago, Rosati spent much of this preseason instilling a new winning attitude into her players."
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