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January 19, 2004
On Friday, January 16, 2004, PATRICIA "Patti" LAMBROW, of Annapolis; beloved wife of Nick Lambrow; devoted mother of Andrew and Courtney Lambrow, daughter of Clyde and Pat Anderson, of Pasadena, MD; sister of Chris Anderson, of Princess Anne, MD and Karen O'Bryon, of Pasadena, MD. Also survived by her in-laws, James and Mary Lambrow, of Timonium, MD. A Memorial Mass will be offered on Wednesday, 10 A.M., January 21, 2004, at St. John Neumann Catholic Church,...
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2014
North Harford quarterback Nic Hammer enjoyed being a leader during his two years as a starter. He often served as a coach on the field, constantly helping answer teammates' questions about their assignments. Hammer knew those answers because he studied and learned the entire offensive playbook. That's why he became such a strong leader for the Hawks, and a big reason he was one of the winners at the 51st Annual Scholar Athlete Awards Dinner Wednesday at Martin's West. The Greater Baltimore Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame holds this dinner annually and four other players received the same honor.
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By David Selig and The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2013
Projecting baseball's annual amateur draft is often tougher than the other major sports. And it's certainly a more daunting task to predict whom the Orioles will select with their top pick now that they're in the unfamiliarly late territory of No. 22. But that won't stop the experts from trying. Here's a look at what some of the national mock drafts are predicting for the Orioles' first-round selection Thursday night: ** ESPN's Keith Law has the Orioles taking Jacksonville right-hander Chris Anderson in version 3.0 of his popular mock.
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By David Selig and The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2013
Projecting baseball's annual amateur draft is often tougher than the other major sports. And it's certainly a more daunting task to predict whom the Orioles will select with their top pick now that they're in the unfamiliarly late territory of No. 22. But that won't stop the experts from trying. Here's a look at what some of the national mock drafts are predicting for the Orioles' first-round selection Thursday night: ** ESPN's Keith Law has the Orioles taking Jacksonville right-hander Chris Anderson in version 3.0 of his popular mock.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2014
North Harford quarterback Nic Hammer enjoyed being a leader during his two years as a starter. He often served as a coach on the field, constantly helping answer teammates' questions about their assignments. Hammer knew those answers because he studied and learned the entire offensive playbook. That's why he became such a strong leader for the Hawks, and a big reason he was one of the winners at the 51st Annual Scholar Athlete Awards Dinner Wednesday at Martin's West. The Greater Baltimore Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame holds this dinner annually and four other players received the same honor.
SPORTS
January 7, 2002
Basketball NUGGETS: Waived C Shawnelle Scott. Activated F Chris Anderson from injured list. Hockey STARS: Recalled D John Erskine from AHL Utah.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 28, 2000
A man was fatally shot early yesterday in Southwest Baltimore. Antwon Anderson, 21, was found by Southwestern District police about 1 a.m., lying in the 2300 block of Denison St. near Gwynns Falls Parkway in the Walbrook community, said Detective Chris Beiling. Anderson of the 1600 block of E. Chase St. in East Baltimore was pronounced dead at the scene by Fire Department medics. Beiling said no arrest had been made and that a motive for the slaying was unknown. Anyone with information about Anderson's death is urged to call Beiling at 410-396-2100.
SPORTS
September 12, 1996
BaseballAstros: Acquired IF Andujar Cedeno from Tigers for player to be named.Devil Rays: Named Don Williams major-league scout.Giants: Announced that former Orioles P Jose Bautista (aneurysm in right shoulder and blood clot in right index finger) will miss rest of season.Indians: Recalled SS Damian Jackson, OF Ryan Thompson (Chestertown) and P Danny Graves from Triple-A Buffalo. Purchased contract of IF Geronimo Pena of Buffalo.Rangers: Recalled P Matt Whiteside from Triple-A Oklahoma City.
NEWS
June 14, 2000
Ellicott Mills Middle assistant principal wins national award McDonald's and the National Association of Secondary School Principals will honor David Scuccimarra as Assistant Principal of the Year on Friday. Scuccimarra, assistant principal of Ellicott Mills Middle School, is one of 55 assistant principals to be recognized. Cathy Bell and Ronald McDonald will present Scuccimarra with a $1,000 check and an engraved plaque for his commitment to young people. The Assistant Principal of the Year Award recognizes educators for their individual accomplishments to improve education.
SPORTS
By Dan Greenberg and Dan Greenberg,SUN STAFF | June 4, 2003
CHEVY CHASE - As if 36 holes weren't enough, one more was necessary to determine the future for three players. In a sudden-death playoff late yesterday at Chevy Chase Golf Course, Dicky Pride and Chris Anderson played par holes to outlast Ryan Hietala and qualify for two spots at the U.S. Open at Olympia Fields in Illinois next week. After completing two rounds of play, the trio found themselves tied with 2-under-par totals of 138. As darkness set in, Pride and Anderson finished one stroke ahead of Hietala in the playoff round on the par-4 first hole.
NEWS
January 19, 2004
On Friday, January 16, 2004, PATRICIA "Patti" LAMBROW, of Annapolis; beloved wife of Nick Lambrow; devoted mother of Andrew and Courtney Lambrow, daughter of Clyde and Pat Anderson, of Pasadena, MD; sister of Chris Anderson, of Princess Anne, MD and Karen O'Bryon, of Pasadena, MD. Also survived by her in-laws, James and Mary Lambrow, of Timonium, MD. A Memorial Mass will be offered on Wednesday, 10 A.M., January 21, 2004, at St. John Neumann Catholic Church,...
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By DAVE ROSENTHAL AND NANCY JOHNSTON and DAVE ROSENTHAL AND NANCY JOHNSTON,dave.rosenthal@baltsun.com and nancy.johnston@baltsun.com | February 22, 2009
This month, Amazon rolled out the second-generation Kindle, whose new features include a voice "reading" the work. About the same time, media futurist Jeff Jarvis announced that his new book, What Would Google Do?, could be purchased in a 23-minute video version - perfect for a busy executive's morning treadmill workout. What's next? Reading Moby Dick on your cell phone? Actually, that's already available. Clearly, the definition of a "book" is changing. Whether or not you're a fan of the latest technology, you'll have to come to terms with this new world.
SPORTS
By Jonas Shaffer and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2013
In this week's recruiting roundup, Melo Trimble picks up right where he left off. (Which is to say, making Maryland fans unhappy about having to wait another year for him.) Football recruiting -- Class of 2014 offensive line target Damian Prince and defensive back target Jalen Tabor are five-star prospects, according to Rivals.com's latest top-100 update . Prince checks in as the No. 10 overall and second-ranked offensive lineman prospect, while Tabor is the No. 24 overall and sixth-ranked defensive back prospect.
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