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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 8, 2006
If recent history holds form, Mike Scroggins could very well be on track for his fourth career Professional Bowlers Association Tour title in the 2006 Beltway Classic at AMF Country Club Lanes. Scroggins, from Amarillo, Texas, who led the round of 64 with a 14-game pinfall of 3,495, only has to look at the last two standard PBA Tour events featuring single-elimination match play to see that the No. 1 seed entering match play has gone on to win the title. "Being No. 1 out here definitely gives you a little edge because you know you beat everyone the day before," Scroggins said.
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By Sports Digest | April 2, 2010
Defending champion Wes Malott of Pflugerville, Texas, retained a 91-pin lead over fellow Texan Chris Barnes on Thursday in the Lumber Liquidators Marathon Open at AMF Country Club Lanes, but the biggest move was by 50-year-old Walter Ray Williams Jr. in his bid to lock up a record seventh career PBA Player of the Year title. Malott, who is about to surrender his 2008-09 Player of the Year crown, averaged 234.59 through the first four rounds of the Marathon Open to finish with a 32-game total of 7,507 pins.
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By Sports Digest | April 2, 2010
Defending champion Wes Malott of Pflugerville, Texas, retained a 91-pin lead over fellow Texan Chris Barnes on Thursday in the Lumber Liquidators Marathon Open at AMF Country Club Lanes, but the biggest move was by 50-year-old Walter Ray Williams Jr. in his bid to lock up a record seventh career PBA Player of the Year title. Malott, who is about to surrender his 2008-09 Player of the Year crown, averaged 234.59 through the first four rounds of the Marathon Open to finish with a 32-game total of 7,507 pins.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Sun | December 8, 2007
Some of the top names in the Lumber Liquidators Championship at AMF Country Club Lanes in Middle River failed to qualify for last night's round of 16, including local favorite Danny Wiseman. Wiseman finished 26th by going 3-6 in his nine games with an average of 226.96 and 5,310 total pins. Wiseman was happy with the way he bowled in this Professional Bowlers Association event, but he said there was an adjustment to the oil patterns of the lanes. "It was a different pattern than last year," said Wiseman, who earned $2,160 in the tournament.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1997
There were tears in Augie Waibel's eyes as the legendary Poly coach walked toward the locker room having lost the last game of his 35-year career, 20-13, to visiting Dunbar in yesterday's Class 2A state semifinal game.And though the Dunbar players danced on the field in celebration, there were mixed emotions all about the Poly football field.Obie Barnes, 49, had just watched his son, Dunbar receiver Chris Barnes, "just about end the career of the man whose career I helped to start" as a lineman at Edmondson.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Sun | December 8, 2007
Some of the top names in the Lumber Liquidators Championship at AMF Country Club Lanes in Middle River failed to qualify for last night's round of 16, including local favorite Danny Wiseman. Wiseman finished 26th by going 3-6 in his nine games with an average of 226.96 and 5,310 total pins. Wiseman was happy with the way he bowled in this Professional Bowlers Association event, but he said there was an adjustment to the oil patterns of the lanes. "It was a different pattern than last year," said Wiseman, who earned $2,160 in the tournament.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | April 15, 2002
Drafting a running back is a need as well as a challenge. The Ravens are looking to select a running back in next weekend's draft as insurance for Jamal Lewis, who has caused some organizational concern with last year's season-ending injury along with a four-game league suspension. But selecting running backs has been one of the few chinks in the Ravens' draft success. When assessing the three backs drafted in the Ravens' six-year history, the team hit big once with Lewis (first round in 2000)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1997
Dunbar's sophomore wide receiver Chris Barnes made perhaps the two most difficult scoring receptions of his life yesterday, lifting the No. 13 Poets to a 20-13 Class 2A state semifinal victory and their seventh straight win at No. 12 Poly.Barnes' 16-yard catch from Denelle Hale made it 6-0 with 7: 45 left in the first period, and he overcame a 13-12 deficit with a 46-yard score with 3: 12 to play as the Poets -- in their fifth straight semifinal in as many playoff appearances -- earned the right to go for their third state title at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 10, 1996
Michael Johnson's 28-yard touchdown pass to Warren Smith with three seconds to play completed a 20-point run by No. 7 City, lifting the Knights (8-2) to a 26-20 victory over Poly in their 108th annual meeting at Memorial Stadium yesterday.An interception by James Gee, who has nine for the year, set up the Knights' game-winning drive at their own 43 with 1: 26 to play as City avoided a fourth straight loss to Poly (5-5). City trails the series, 53-49-6.Smith's effort made up for being burned on a third-period, 69-yard touchdown pass from Poly quarterback Timmy Frazier (6-for-15, 110 yards)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | June 19, 2001
The Ravens' front office continues to make quick work of this off-season. With six weeks left before the start of training camp, the Ravens are only one of nine teams in the league to have locked up at least three of their draft choices. Last year, the Ravens didn't have three draft choices signed until eight days prior to camp. But they find themselves in an enviable position this year after signing running back Chris Barnes (fourth round), linebacker Ed Hartwell (fifth) and long snapper Joe Maese (sixth)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 8, 2006
If recent history holds form, Mike Scroggins could very well be on track for his fourth career Professional Bowlers Association Tour title in the 2006 Beltway Classic at AMF Country Club Lanes. Scroggins, from Amarillo, Texas, who led the round of 64 with a 14-game pinfall of 3,495, only has to look at the last two standard PBA Tour events featuring single-elimination match play to see that the No. 1 seed entering match play has gone on to win the title. "Being No. 1 out here definitely gives you a little edge because you know you beat everyone the day before," Scroggins said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | April 15, 2002
Drafting a running back is a need as well as a challenge. The Ravens are looking to select a running back in next weekend's draft as insurance for Jamal Lewis, who has caused some organizational concern with last year's season-ending injury along with a four-game league suspension. But selecting running backs has been one of the few chinks in the Ravens' draft success. When assessing the three backs drafted in the Ravens' six-year history, the team hit big once with Lewis (first round in 2000)
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By Jamison Hensley | September 7, 2001
Last season: 12-4, second place in AFC Central; beat New York Giants, 34-7, in Super Bowl XXXV. Coach: Brian Billick (20-12), third season with Ravens. Strength of schedule: The Ravens are tied for the 13th toughest in the NFL and second toughest in the division behind Tennessee. Ravens opponents went a combined 128-128 last year. They'll face seven teams that had winning seasons in 2000, and six that went to the playoffs. The most formidable stretch includes six of eight on the road, spanning from the end of September to early November.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | August 16, 2001
When Jamal Lewis suffered a season-ending knee injury last week, the Ravens lost their star running back, and quarterback Elvis Grbac found himself in an all-too-familiar situation. With no proven running presence anymore, the fate of the offense rests directly on Grbac ... again. Last year, Grbac carried the Kansas City Chiefs with a pass-oriented attack. Now, in the third week of training camp, he must do the same for the Ravens. For Grbac, life without Lewis rings of deja vu. "It's the same old, same old for Elvis," Ravens coach Brian Billick said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | June 19, 2001
The Ravens' front office continues to make quick work of this off-season. With six weeks left before the start of training camp, the Ravens are only one of nine teams in the league to have locked up at least three of their draft choices. Last year, the Ravens didn't have three draft choices signed until eight days prior to camp. But they find themselves in an enviable position this year after signing running back Chris Barnes (fourth round), linebacker Ed Hartwell (fifth) and long snapper Joe Maese (sixth)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 1, 1997
Saying he is "drained mentally and physically" because of a lack of adequate facilities, Stanley Mitchell said yesterday that he may resign as Dunbar High's football coach.Mitchell completed his fifth season as Poets coach on Saturday with a 22-6 loss to Fort Hill in the state Class 2A final."I talked to my principal [Charlotte Brown] twice during the middle of the year, and she was very supportive both times, telling me to be absolutely sure," said Mitchell, who has a 50-12 record. Mitchell said he will decide within two weeks.
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By Jamison Hensley | September 7, 2001
Last season: 12-4, second place in AFC Central; beat New York Giants, 34-7, in Super Bowl XXXV. Coach: Brian Billick (20-12), third season with Ravens. Strength of schedule: The Ravens are tied for the 13th toughest in the NFL and second toughest in the division behind Tennessee. Ravens opponents went a combined 128-128 last year. They'll face seven teams that had winning seasons in 2000, and six that went to the playoffs. The most formidable stretch includes six of eight on the road, spanning from the end of September to early November.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 1, 1997
Saying he is "drained mentally and physically" because of a lack of adequate facilities, Stanley Mitchell said yesterday that he may resign as Dunbar High's football coach.Mitchell completed his fifth season as Poets coach on Saturday with a 22-6 loss to Fort Hill in the state Class 2A final."I talked to my principal [Charlotte Brown] twice during the middle of the year, and she was very supportive both times, telling me to be absolutely sure," said Mitchell, who has a 50-12 record. Mitchell said he will decide within two weeks.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1997
There were tears in Augie Waibel's eyes as the legendary Poly coach walked toward the locker room having lost the last game of his 35-year career, 20-13, to visiting Dunbar in yesterday's Class 2A state semifinal game.And though the Dunbar players danced on the field in celebration, there were mixed emotions all about the Poly football field.Obie Barnes, 49, had just watched his son, Dunbar receiver Chris Barnes, "just about end the career of the man whose career I helped to start" as a lineman at Edmondson.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1997
Dunbar's sophomore wide receiver Chris Barnes made perhaps the two most difficult scoring receptions of his life yesterday, lifting the No. 13 Poets to a 20-13 Class 2A state semifinal victory and their seventh straight win at No. 12 Poly.Barnes' 16-yard catch from Denelle Hale made it 6-0 with 7: 45 left in the first period, and he overcame a 13-12 deficit with a 46-yard score with 3: 12 to play as the Poets -- in their fifth straight semifinal in as many playoff appearances -- earned the right to go for their third state title at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium.
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