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From Sun staff reports | March 30, 2014
The No. 2 Marriotts Ridge girls lacrosse team won by 10 goals in both games at its invitational tournament Saturday. The Mustangs (4-0) beat Conestoga (Pa.), 17-7, and Mount de Sales, 16-6. Taylor Hensh had eight goals against the Pioneers (0-3), and Marissa Davey had five goals against the Sailors (0-6). No. 5 Century wins two: The Knights (3-0) beat Mount de Sales, 14-9, and edged Conestoga, 18-17, in overtime at the Marriotts Ridge Invitational tournament. Marissa Donoghue had four goals against the Sailors, and Hannah Warther had 10 against the Pioneers.
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From Sun staff reports | March 30, 2014
The No. 2 Marriotts Ridge girls lacrosse team won by 10 goals in both games at its invitational tournament Saturday. The Mustangs (4-0) beat Conestoga (Pa.), 17-7, and Mount de Sales, 16-6. Taylor Hensh had eight goals against the Pioneers (0-3), and Marissa Davey had five goals against the Sailors (0-6). No. 5 Century wins two: The Knights (3-0) beat Mount de Sales, 14-9, and edged Conestoga, 18-17, in overtime at the Marriotts Ridge Invitational tournament. Marissa Donoghue had four goals against the Sailors, and Hannah Warther had 10 against the Pioneers.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | March 15, 1997
What's in a name? In Scaggsville, you can find a controversy.Upscale newcomers to this southeastern Howard County community don't like planting their roots in a locale with a name that lacks panache.It's an age-old development battle: newcomers vs. old farm families."When I say that I'm from Scaggsville, they ask me how many cows live here," says Stephanie Lopez, a college freshman who grew up in the the Cardinal Forest subdivision.Adds Nia Bain, a Cherry Creek resident: "It sounds like the boonies."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 5, 2003
St. Mary's attackman Christian Pastirik scored on a broken play in the second half to break a tie and send the No. 4 Saints to a 9-7 upset of top-ranked Gilman in a boys lacrosse game at Weems-Whalen Field in Annapolis yesterday. The Greyhounds (4-1) took a 7-6 lead - their only lead of the game - on a goal by Peter Formby with less than five minutes left in the third period. But less than three minutes later, Pastirik got behind Gilman's defense and scored the go-ahead goal on a breakaway after the Saints (5-2)
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By Frank P. L. Somerville and Frank P. L. Somerville,Staff Writer | August 15, 1993
DENVER -- Pope John Paul II made his first public reference here yesterday to the problem of sexual abuse of children by priests, saying that "every human means for responding to this evil must be implemented."He told an invited audience of 18,000 at the McNichols Sports Arena, "At a time when all institutions are suspect, the church herself has not escaped reproach."Noting that he had already written to the bishops of the United States about the "suffering and scandal caused by the sins of some ministers of the altar," the pope said that this tragedy demands "ardent, humble, confident prayer."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Joe Strauss contributed to this article | June 4, 1997
A lack of depth among position players is considered the weakest link in the Orioles' farm system, but yesterday's draft may have changed all that.With their strongest positioning in nine years, the Orioles drafted two solid athletes in the first round, then took a flyer on a virtual unknown with their supplemental pick, the 36th overall.At their assigned spot of No. 22, they chose catcher Jayson Werth of Glenwood High School in Chatham, Ill., and with No. 26 (compensation for the New York Yankees' free-agent signing of David Wells)
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | August 22, 1993
Parishioners who traveled cross-country to see Pope John Paul II during World Youth Day ceremonies in Denver, which ended last week, said they returned to Carroll County inspired to spread the pontiff's teachings at home.The group from St. John Catholic Church in Westminster "really bonded and got the spirit and intent of the events," said Carolyn Legal, 20, of Sykesville."Sharing the experience is now part of our mission," she said." 'Do not be afraid of the message of the gospel and the life Christ has called you to live' was his message," said Theresa Robinson, coordinator of religious education at St. John.
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By John Eisenberg | March 5, 1998
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- It's not hard to pick out Darnell McDonald in the Orioles' clubhouse.At 19 years old, he is the delegate from the next century amid the graying temples of the Sunshine Boys.A handful of the organization's other top prospects also are in camp for a whiff of the big time, but none can come close to matching McDonald for a youthful presence."My prom? Last May," he said with a grin, responding to the inevitable question about the end of his high school days in Cherry Creek, Colo.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 5, 2003
St. Mary's attackman Christian Pastirik scored on a broken play in the second half to break a tie and send the No. 4 Saints to a 9-7 upset of top-ranked Gilman in a boys lacrosse game at Weems-Whalen Field in Annapolis yesterday. The Greyhounds (4-1) took a 7-6 lead - their only lead of the game - on a goal by Peter Formby with less than five minutes left in the third period. But less than three minutes later, Pastirik got behind Gilman's defense and scored the go-ahead goal on a breakaway after the Saints (5-2)
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By Frank P. L. Somerville and Frank P. L. Somerville,Staff Writer | August 16, 1993
DENVER -- Pope John Paul II concluded his four-day visit to Colorado yesterday with an urgent call to the world's young people to go into the city streets and preach fearlessly against "a culture of death."At the culminating outdoor Mass of World Youth Day, he told hundreds of thousands of pilgrims under a blue sky and blazing sun, "Do not be afraid to go out on the streets and into public places, like the first apostles who preached Christ and the good news of salvation in the squares of cities, towns and villages."
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By John Eisenberg | March 5, 1998
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- It's not hard to pick out Darnell McDonald in the Orioles' clubhouse.At 19 years old, he is the delegate from the next century amid the graying temples of the Sunshine Boys.A handful of the organization's other top prospects also are in camp for a whiff of the big time, but none can come close to matching McDonald for a youthful presence."My prom? Last May," he said with a grin, responding to the inevitable question about the end of his high school days in Cherry Creek, Colo.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Joe Strauss contributed to this article | June 4, 1997
A lack of depth among position players is considered the weakest link in the Orioles' farm system, but yesterday's draft may have changed all that.With their strongest positioning in nine years, the Orioles drafted two solid athletes in the first round, then took a flyer on a virtual unknown with their supplemental pick, the 36th overall.At their assigned spot of No. 22, they chose catcher Jayson Werth of Glenwood High School in Chatham, Ill., and with No. 26 (compensation for the New York Yankees' free-agent signing of David Wells)
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | March 15, 1997
What's in a name? In Scaggsville, you can find a controversy.Upscale newcomers to this southeastern Howard County community don't like planting their roots in a locale with a name that lacks panache.It's an age-old development battle: newcomers vs. old farm families."When I say that I'm from Scaggsville, they ask me how many cows live here," says Stephanie Lopez, a college freshman who grew up in the the Cardinal Forest subdivision.Adds Nia Bain, a Cherry Creek resident: "It sounds like the boonies."
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | August 22, 1993
Parishioners who traveled cross-country to see Pope John Paul II during World Youth Day ceremonies in Denver, which ended last week, said they returned to Carroll County inspired to spread the pontiff's teachings at home.The group from St. John Catholic Church in Westminster "really bonded and got the spirit and intent of the events," said Carolyn Legal, 20, of Sykesville."Sharing the experience is now part of our mission," she said." 'Do not be afraid of the message of the gospel and the life Christ has called you to live' was his message," said Theresa Robinson, coordinator of religious education at St. John.
NEWS
By Frank P. L. Somerville and Frank P. L. Somerville,Staff Writer | August 16, 1993
DENVER -- Pope John Paul II concluded his four-day visit to Colorado yesterday with an urgent call to the world's young people to go into the city streets and preach fearlessly against "a culture of death."At the culminating outdoor Mass of World Youth Day, he told hundreds of thousands of pilgrims under a blue sky and blazing sun, "Do not be afraid to go out on the streets and into public places, like the first apostles who preached Christ and the good news of salvation in the squares of cities, towns and villages."
NEWS
By Frank P. L. Somerville and Frank P. L. Somerville,Staff Writer | August 15, 1993
DENVER -- Pope John Paul II made his first public reference here yesterday to the problem of sexual abuse of children by priests, saying that "every human means for responding to this evil must be implemented."He told an invited audience of 18,000 at the McNichols Sports Arena, "At a time when all institutions are suspect, the church herself has not escaped reproach."Noting that he had already written to the bishops of the United States about the "suffering and scandal caused by the sins of some ministers of the altar," the pope said that this tragedy demands "ardent, humble, confident prayer."
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | April 1, 2001
The Mount Hebron boys and girls 2001 lacrosse program is 84 pages. In it, a story previewing the girls season talks about the "astronomical expectations placed on the Vikings." So what else is new? The Vikings have won 12 Howard County championships in 13 seasons and eight state titles in the past nine, including four in a row. "There's internal pressure," said junior Melissa McCarthy, "to uphold the tradition. We don't want to let down our alumnae." Note to alumnae: All looks well.
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January 22, 2006
RUBY CARLSON HOLZAPFEL was born July 15, 1912 in Cherry Creek, Nevada, the daughter of pioneer parents Jennie Anderson and John Carlson. Trained as a school teacher specializing in elementary education in Greeley, Colorado, she took her first job at the age of 19 in Bothwick, Nevada. She also taught at schools in Spring Valley, Cherry Creek and Melvin, Nevada. On September 29, 1939, she married Carl Martin Holzapfel in Reno, Nevada, and moved to Baltimore, Maryland. She continued her teaching career at Milford Mill High School where she taught primarily mathematics for 10 years.
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