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By From Staff Reports CHEYNEY, Pa | February 7, 1994
CHEYNEY, Pa. -- Cheyney University built a 10-point halftime advantage -- led by Desmond Washington with 16 and Derek Brown with 15 -- and rode out the second half to down Bowie State, 78-72, in a Division II game yesterday.Brian Brooks scored a game-high 23 points and Kevin Purnell added 18 for Bowie State (10-10).Bowie State shot 44.4 percent from the floor and committed 22 fouls, 12 more than the Wolves.Frederick 107, Takoma Pk. 87FREDERICK -- Keith Thompson (Lake Clifton) scored a game-high 41 points, leading Frederick Community College (15-7)
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2012
Lois Roena Pyle, a retired secretary for Baltimore City's social services office who later worked for Baltimore County, died of complications from Alzheimer's disease Oct. 3 at the Ware Presbyterian Village in Oxford, Pa. The former Rodgers Forge resident was 90. Born Lois Roena Anderson in Havre, Mont., she was the daughter of a dry-goods merchant, and a homemaker. She attended the University of Montana and graduated from the Kinman Business College in Spokane, Wash. As a young woman, she took flying lessons.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 18, 2001
Bowie State ended its football season on a high yesterday, defeating host Cheyney (Pa.) University, 40-6, in the Wade Wilson Classic. The Bulldogs (7-3) jumped out to a 20-0 halftime lead. T-Wuan Prather got Bowie on the board first, blocking a punt and returning the ball 38 yards for a touchdown late in the first quarter. With 1:53 left in the half, Kelvin Collins scored from 6 yards out, but the Bulldogs were not finished. After the defense stopped the Wolves (0-10), receiver Darnell Jeffries took a lateral and threw to Ray Hemsley for a 53-yard touchdown with 18 seconds left until halftime.
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From Sun staff reports | November 29, 2011
Sophomore forward Jade Geif had 21 points and 12rebounds, and junior guard Chey Arvin had seven assists, to lead the Navy women's basketball team past visiting Air Force, 71-59, on Monday. Navy (2-3) led wire to wire, surging in front by as much as as 20 points and leading by 15 at halftime. Air Force (3-4) guard Alicia Leipprandt scored a game-high 26 points, and Dymond James added 13. Navy built its lead, in part, at the free-throw line, where the Mids made 10 of 12 attempts in the first half.
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By Jon Marks and Jon Marks,Special to The Sun | November 11, 1990
CHEYNEY, Pa. -- James Dozier blocked Mark Williams' punt early in the fourth quarter yesterday, and the ball went out of the end zone for a safety, giving Morgan State a 2-0 victory over Cheyney State in a muddy battle of winless teams."
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | September 24, 1995
Changes were made in the starting lineup and on the coaching staff. Something had to be done to end the slide, no matter how drastic.Perhaps overlooked by Morgan State was how the plan for halting a season-opening, three-game losing streak already had been in place. Cheyney University was on the Bears' schedule again.Eleven times before yesterday, that had meant a Morgan victory. And the streak continued, as senior Michael Moore threw for three touchdowns and fullback Andre Thomas rushed for 123 yards and two scores to lead the Bears past Cheyney, 38-7, at Hughes Stadium.
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By Jon Marks and Jon Marks,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 29, 1996
PHILADELPHIA -- Six turnovers. Thirteen penalties for 122 yards. Three times coming up empty after getting inside the 10-yard line. Sounds like a sure recipe for disaster for any team.But nothing seems to faze Morgan State these days since coach Stump Mitchell took over. Suddenly, all those dreary afternoons seem like a thing of the past."Definitely, this is only the beginning for us," said versatile quarterback Otis Covington, after the Bears (3-1) overcame those roadblocks to rout Cheyney State, 29-0, yesterday.
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By Mike Klingaman | August 30, 2008
Matchup: Bowie State (0-0) at Cheyney (0-0) Time: 1 p.m. Site: O'Shields-Stevenson Stadium, Cheyney, Pa. Outlook: The good news is that Bowie returns 19 starters from a team that finished 3-7 last year. But the Bulldogs open with five straight road games. That will test coach Michael Lynn's veteran squad led by senior quarterback Jason Scott (Dunbar) and running back Isaac Redman. Cheyney (1-10 last year) hands the reins to rookie coach Jeff Braxton, a graduate of Salisbury. Bowie leads the series 9-4.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 16, 2003
Anton Jennifer and Allen Van Norden combined for 65 points as Bowie State defeated Cheyney, 105-99, in the men's college basketball opener for both teams yesterday. The Bulldogs trailed for most of the second half until Bakary Konate's three-pointer put them up for good - 94-92 with 2:40 left. Bowie State then reeled off six points for a 100-92 lead with 1:23 to go. Jennifer (36 points) went 8-for-10 from the foul line in the closing two minutes. Van Norden (29 points) hit a three with two seconds left in the first half to tie it at 53. The Bulldogs broke loose by shooting 60 percent from the field and 85.7 from the line in the second half.
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By John W. Stewart | November 29, 1990
Morgan State's James Dozier is an exception to the rule that award-winners come from outstanding teams.Dozier, a 6-foot-3, 240-pound senior defensive end from Randallstown, was named Defensive Player of the Year in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference yesterday. His statistics for the Bears (1-10) were as impressive as his size. He led the conference in sacks with 13 and totaled 70 tackles, seven blocked kicks and six fumble recoveries.Others on the defensive first team included Baltimore seniors Malcolm Showell (Dunbar)
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By Mike Klingaman | August 30, 2008
Matchup: Bowie State (0-0) at Cheyney (0-0) Time: 1 p.m. Site: O'Shields-Stevenson Stadium, Cheyney, Pa. Outlook: The good news is that Bowie returns 19 starters from a team that finished 3-7 last year. But the Bulldogs open with five straight road games. That will test coach Michael Lynn's veteran squad led by senior quarterback Jason Scott (Dunbar) and running back Isaac Redman. Cheyney (1-10 last year) hands the reins to rookie coach Jeff Braxton, a graduate of Salisbury. Bowie leads the series 9-4.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 16, 2003
Anton Jennifer and Allen Van Norden combined for 65 points as Bowie State defeated Cheyney, 105-99, in the men's college basketball opener for both teams yesterday. The Bulldogs trailed for most of the second half until Bakary Konate's three-pointer put them up for good - 94-92 with 2:40 left. Bowie State then reeled off six points for a 100-92 lead with 1:23 to go. Jennifer (36 points) went 8-for-10 from the foul line in the closing two minutes. Van Norden (29 points) hit a three with two seconds left in the first half to tie it at 53. The Bulldogs broke loose by shooting 60 percent from the field and 85.7 from the line in the second half.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 18, 2001
Bowie State ended its football season on a high yesterday, defeating host Cheyney (Pa.) University, 40-6, in the Wade Wilson Classic. The Bulldogs (7-3) jumped out to a 20-0 halftime lead. T-Wuan Prather got Bowie on the board first, blocking a punt and returning the ball 38 yards for a touchdown late in the first quarter. With 1:53 left in the half, Kelvin Collins scored from 6 yards out, but the Bulldogs were not finished. After the defense stopped the Wolves (0-10), receiver Darnell Jeffries took a lateral and threw to Ray Hemsley for a 53-yard touchdown with 18 seconds left until halftime.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2001
Somewhere along Interstate 95 south from Philadelphia to Washington late Saturday afternoon, look for a 6-foot-6, 270-pound giant of a man being transformed from a football player to backup basketball center. It will be Bowie State junior Charles Alston switching gears from his role as a defensive end to his more gentle pursuit of basketball. At his side will be Bowie State sports information director and chauffeur Scott Rouch. The two men will be rushing back from the school's delayed season-ending football game against Cheyney State to the basketball season opener that night at the University of the District of Columbia.
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By Chris Ewell and Bill Free | September 5, 1998
Bowie State at CheyneySite: O'Shields-Stevenson Stadium, Cheyney, Pa.Time: 1 p.m.Outlook: This game matches two teams who rarely enjoy fast starts. Bowie State (5-5 last season), which forfeited its 1997 opener against Livingstone College, is 2-6 in openers in the 1990s. Cheyney (0-11 last season), meanwhile, finds its recent seasons futile from beginning to end -- it has a 44-game winless streak that dates to 1993. The series between the two stands at 7-7, after a 27-6 Bowie win at home last year.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 6, 1998
Tremain Byrd had a team-high 20 points to lead Morgan State to a 71-67 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference win over Bethune-Cookman in Daytona Beach, Fla.Byrd made nine of 16 field-goal attempts, including two of four three-pointers, and had five assists. Jimmy Fields chipped in 12 points and Heddrick McBride 10 for the Bears (2-10, 2-2).Johnny McClenton led all scorers with 25 points for Bethune-Cookman (0-10, 0-2). The first half ended in a 34-34 tie.South Carolina State 75, UMES 63: Roderick Blakney's 26 points lifted the Bulldogs (4-5, 3-0)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2001
Somewhere along Interstate 95 south from Philadelphia to Washington late Saturday afternoon, look for a 6-foot-6, 270-pound giant of a man being transformed from a football player to backup basketball center. It will be Bowie State junior Charles Alston switching gears from his role as a defensive end to his more gentle pursuit of basketball. At his side will be Bowie State sports information director and chauffeur Scott Rouch. The two men will be rushing back from the school's delayed season-ending football game against Cheyney State to the basketball season opener that night at the University of the District of Columbia.
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By Chris Ewell and Bill Free | September 5, 1998
Bowie State at CheyneySite: O'Shields-Stevenson Stadium, Cheyney, Pa.Time: 1 p.m.Outlook: This game matches two teams who rarely enjoy fast starts. Bowie State (5-5 last season), which forfeited its 1997 opener against Livingstone College, is 2-6 in openers in the 1990s. Cheyney (0-11 last season), meanwhile, finds its recent seasons futile from beginning to end -- it has a 44-game winless streak that dates to 1993. The series between the two stands at 7-7, after a 27-6 Bowie win at home last year.
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By Jon Marks and Jon Marks,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 29, 1996
PHILADELPHIA -- Six turnovers. Thirteen penalties for 122 yards. Three times coming up empty after getting inside the 10-yard line. Sounds like a sure recipe for disaster for any team.But nothing seems to faze Morgan State these days since coach Stump Mitchell took over. Suddenly, all those dreary afternoons seem like a thing of the past."Definitely, this is only the beginning for us," said versatile quarterback Otis Covington, after the Bears (3-1) overcame those roadblocks to rout Cheyney State, 29-0, yesterday.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | December 2, 1995
Ask Rutgers women's basketball coach Vivian Stringer about her Maryland counterpart, Chris Weller, and you're likely to hear a hearty chuckle.Their teams have been playing each other for more than 20 years -- even having faced each other in the first NCAA Final Four in 1982. While their sport evolves, Stringer, whose Knights will meet the Terps tonight in Maryland's home opener, feels that her friend hasn't really changed."Chris has always had a team that's under control. They play a lot of high/low, they have balance," said Stringer.
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