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By Donna Koros Stramella and Donna Koros Stramella,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 18, 2000
A FIESTA set Saturday at Messiah United Methodist Church will help lend a stronger voice to its three choirs. The proceeds will be used toward the purchase of a new sound system. A Mexican buffet dinner will be served from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the church hall. Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for children ages 5-12, and $25 for a family of parents and children. Messiah - at 7401 Furnace Branch Road - has a chancel choir, youth choir and children's choir. For buffet tickets to help them lift their voices higher, call 410-761-1944.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 21, 2001
Limestone College will hold an impromptu homecoming in Chestertown Saturday, 520 miles from the Saints' campus in Gaffney, S.C. Limestone made history last May, when it earned its first NCAA tournament bid and ruled Division II to become the southernmost school to win a title. The school has just 500 students, and it only seems that half are lacrosse players from Baltimore. Limestone will hold a social for area alumni in Glen Burnie on Friday night, and most will cross the Bay Bridge and take in Saturday's game at Washington College, as close as the Saints will get to Baltimore this spring.
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SPORTS
By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | December 6, 1992
Tutoring inexperienced wrestlers doesn't seem to bother Centennial coach Todd De Crispino. Rather, he's thinking upset."A lot of times the ranked person will lose to a person who was never even considered to be in the running for the championship," De Crispino said. "It will happen occasionally when a wrestler expected to win the county tournament will get beaten by a person who wasn't even expected to place."The 1992-93 Centennial wrestlers are the most inexperienced De Crispino has coached.
NEWS
By Donna Koros Stramella and Donna Koros Stramella,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 18, 2000
A FIESTA set Saturday at Messiah United Methodist Church will help lend a stronger voice to its three choirs. The proceeds will be used toward the purchase of a new sound system. A Mexican buffet dinner will be served from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the church hall. Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for children ages 5-12, and $25 for a family of parents and children. Messiah - at 7401 Furnace Branch Road - has a chancel choir, youth choir and children's choir. For buffet tickets to help them lift their voices higher, call 410-761-1944.
SPORTS
May 31, 2000
Baseball Angels: Agreed to terms with SS Kevin Stocker. Braves: Placed P Greg McMichael on 15-day DL. Recalled P Don Wengert from Triple-A Richmond. Cubs: Recalled P Ruben Quevedo from Triple-A Iowa. Optioned OF Raul Gonzalez to Iowa. Diamondbacks: Placed P Todd Stottlemyre on 15-day DL with soreness in his right elbow. Recalled P Vicente Padilla from Triple-A Tucson. Indians: Assigned P Jared Camp and OF Dave Roberts to Triple-A Buffalo. Recalled 3B Russell Branyan from Buffalo. Activated OF Jolbert Cabrera from inactive list.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 21, 2001
Limestone College will hold an impromptu homecoming in Chestertown Saturday, 520 miles from the Saints' campus in Gaffney, S.C. Limestone made history last May, when it earned its first NCAA tournament bid and ruled Division II to become the southernmost school to win a title. The school has just 500 students, and it only seems that half are lacrosse players from Baltimore. Limestone will hold a social for area alumni in Glen Burnie on Friday night, and most will cross the Bay Bridge and take in Saturday's game at Washington College, as close as the Saints will get to Baltimore this spring.
SPORTS
May 6, 1997
BaseballAL: Named Yankees 1B Tino Martinez Player of the Week.NL: Named Mets P Rick Reed Player of the Week.Athletics: Activated C George Williams from 15-day DL. Optioned C Izzy Molina to Triple-A Edmonton.Brewers: Activated IF Jose Valentin, P Mike Fetters and P Joel Adamson. Optioned IF Tim Unroe and P Al Reyes to Triple-A Tucson. Placed P Angel Miranda on 15-day DL.Indians: Activated OF Marquis Grissom from 15-day DL. Placed P Paul Shuey on 15-day DL.Red Sox: Assigned P Pat Mahomes to Triple-A Pawtucket.
SPORTS
August 8, 1992
YesterdayTrack: Sergei Bubka made a shocking exit when he failed to make even one successful pole vault. And Jackie Joyner-Kersee couldn't keep up with Germany's Heike Drechsler in the long jump, settling for a bronze. And Derartu Tulu won the 10,000 meters -- the first track gold by a black African woman.Tennis: Jennifer Capriati beat Steffi Graf to capture the Olympic gold and pronounced the whole experience "cool." And Germans Boris Becker and Michael Stich, both struggling this year in singles, won the doubles title.
NEWS
By Staff Report | December 30, 1993
Mike Gimbel, director of Baltimore County's Office of Substance Abuse, is worried about a 12-hour Rave party New Year's Eve that's expected to attract 2,000 teens and young adults from as far away as Montreal and Atlanta.Though advertisements for the party at the Timonium Fairgrounds say there will be no alcohol, Mr. Gimbel has asked Baltimore County police to keep tabs on the affair because of his concern that participants may bring hallucinogenic drugs and nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, which can be harmful.
NEWS
December 16, 1990
WESTMINSTER - Junior tailback Eric Frees, who became Western Maryland College's career rushing and scoring leader in 1990, was named the Green Terrors' Most Valuable Player for the second year in a row at the team's post-season banquet recently.Frees set new school all-time marks for rushing yards with 3,736, rushing attempts with 755, rushing touchdowns with 30, total touchdowns with 33 and points with 200.Selected as Western Maryland's Most Valuable Offensive Player was senior tackle Chris Campbell, a three-year starter who played a major role in helping the Green Terror offense set new single-season marks in rushing first downs with 123, total first downs with 189, rushing yards with 2,394, and total yards with 3,803.
SPORTS
May 31, 2000
Baseball Angels: Agreed to terms with SS Kevin Stocker. Braves: Placed P Greg McMichael on 15-day DL. Recalled P Don Wengert from Triple-A Richmond. Cubs: Recalled P Ruben Quevedo from Triple-A Iowa. Optioned OF Raul Gonzalez to Iowa. Diamondbacks: Placed P Todd Stottlemyre on 15-day DL with soreness in his right elbow. Recalled P Vicente Padilla from Triple-A Tucson. Indians: Assigned P Jared Camp and OF Dave Roberts to Triple-A Buffalo. Recalled 3B Russell Branyan from Buffalo. Activated OF Jolbert Cabrera from inactive list.
SPORTS
By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | December 6, 1992
Tutoring inexperienced wrestlers doesn't seem to bother Centennial coach Todd De Crispino. Rather, he's thinking upset."A lot of times the ranked person will lose to a person who was never even considered to be in the running for the championship," De Crispino said. "It will happen occasionally when a wrestler expected to win the county tournament will get beaten by a person who wasn't even expected to place."The 1992-93 Centennial wrestlers are the most inexperienced De Crispino has coached.
SPORTS
By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,Sun Staff Correspondent | August 13, 1991
HAVANA -- There are no wimps on the U.S. freestyle wrestling team. Let other American athletes take shuttle flights to Miami or complain endlessly about the food, the shelter and the weather at the Pan American Games.The wrestlers simply grimace and bear it."Once you've been to Mongolia, Bulgaria and the Soviet Union, you can take anything," U.S. coach Bobby Douglass said.Last night, the American team overwhelmed the Cubans on the mats in the hot, sticky open-air Mariposa Facility. Seven Americans, led by 1991 Sullivan Award winner John Smith and rising star Brad Penrith, claimed gold medals.
NEWS
March 20, 1991
Coach: Doug RennerAssistant coaches: Mike Whitmore, Becky Martin, Sam Case.Last year's record: MEN -- 2-5 in dual meets, 15th of 16 in the Middle Atlantic Conference meet. WOMEN -- 1-4 in dual meets, did not score in the Middle Atlantic Conference meetTop returnees: MEN -- Seniors, Ben Cling (throws), Chris Campbell (throws), Matt Brown (sprints); juniors, Joe Embrey (middle distance), Guido Stubenrauch (middle distance); sophomore, Rob Johnson (sprints). WOMEN -- Seniors, Tracey Snyder (middle distance)
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