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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 7, 2003
Sheldon Kalish of Woodholme Country Club, Bryan Armstrong, an assistant professional at Chartwell CC, and Brian Crum from the Naval Academy were among the leaders as the Maryland State Golf Association conducted qualifying rounds for its Amateur and Open championships at three sites this week. Kalish, a two-time Amateur medalist when it was solely conducted at the site before going to preliminary rounds about a decade ago, shot 2-over-par 73 in the cold and pouring rain at Piney Branch GC for the low amateur score, and shared the low round for the Open with Chris Davidson, an Ellicott City resident who will graduate from UMBC this month.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 7, 2003
Sheldon Kalish of Woodholme Country Club, Bryan Armstrong, an assistant professional at Chartwell CC, and Brian Crum from the Naval Academy were among the leaders as the Maryland State Golf Association conducted qualifying rounds for its Amateur and Open championships at three sites this week. Kalish, a two-time Amateur medalist when it was solely conducted at the site before going to preliminary rounds about a decade ago, shot 2-over-par 73 in the cold and pouring rain at Piney Branch GC for the low amateur score, and shared the low round for the Open with Chris Davidson, an Ellicott City resident who will graduate from UMBC this month.
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By Rick Belz | November 7, 1997
Two Howard County private schools, Glenelg Country School and Chapelgate, will play for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference boys soccer championship at 7: 30 p.m. tomorrow at UMBC.The teams tied for the league's regular season championship at 8-2-2. They have met twice previously this season with the first a 2-2 tie and Glenelg Country's Dragons winning the second, 3-1.Glenelg Country (10-3-2), which shared the conference title last fall, is led by Dan Liparini (18 goals, five assists)
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By Rick Belz | December 5, 1997
Atholton Raiders1996-97 record: 12-12 overall, 11-7 leagueCoach: Jim AlbertTop players: Brian Boykins, Jr., F; Jason Allmond, Jr., G/F; Ryan Lambert, Sr., F; James Penamon, Sr., G; Jhunio Medina, Sr., G; Jared Albert, Sr., G; Chris Shead, Sr., G; Tim Small, Sr., F.Outlook: Boykins is the only returning starter, but the 6-foot-4 forward is a rugged rebounder who, along with Lambert (6-3) and Small (6-4), give the Raiders adequate height. Coach Albert is most concerned about his guards. Montgomery Blair transfer Medina may start at point guard.
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By Rick Belz | December 5, 1997
Atholton Raiders1996-97 record: 12-12 overall, 11-7 leagueCoach: Jim AlbertTop players: Brian Boykins, Jr., F; Jason Allmond, Jr., G/F; Ryan Lambert, Sr., F; James Penamon, Sr., G; Jhunio Medina, Sr., G; Jared Albert, Sr., G; Chris Shead, Sr., G; Tim Small, Sr., F.Outlook: Boykins is the only returning starter, but the 6-foot-4 forward is a rugged rebounder who, along with Lambert (6-3) and Small (6-4), give the Raiders adequate height. Coach Albert is most concerned about his guards. Montgomery Blair transfer Medina may start at point guard.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 7, 1999
Chapelgate trailed by one with a minute remaining before Chris Davidson hit a three-pointer and John Bennett made two free throws, as the Flames edged Capital Christian, 68-67, in the championship of the Maryland Christian Schools State Tournament at Washington Bible College in Lanham.The win marks the first title for the Flames in the tournament's three-year history.Davidson finished with a game-leading 34 points, scoring 21 points in the second half -- 12 in the fourth quarter.Bennett added 15 points.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 20, 1998
Chapelgate scored a 15-7 win over St. Mary's to upset the host Saints and move on in the winners bracket of the MIAA B Conference Tournament.The Flames (12-2) broke open a 5-5 tie in the eighth inning with 10 runs on eight hits.Junior Chris Davidson hit one of his three doubles to get the inning started and senior Toby Sumpter had two singles and four RBIs to put the game away. Davidson also knocked in three runs in the inning.Pub Date: 5/20/98
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 30, 2002
Corey Brigham, University of Maryland golf team star, whipped the rest of the field by eight shots, and Billy Wingerd, outstanding local publinx player, survived a playoff at steamy Bonnie View Country Club yesterday to claim one of two additional spots in qualifying for the 102nd U.S. Amateur Championship. Brigham, 22, All-Atlantic Coast Conference and Middle Atlantic District Player of the Year from Rumson, N.J., produced 11 birdies in two trips over the 6,248-yard, par-70 course, finishing with 7-under-par 66-67-133.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 14, 1999
With victories over Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference powers Calvert Hall and Archbishop Curley, Cardinal Gibbons could be a dark horse in the B Conference race.But while the Crusaders may be on the rise, Chapelgate showed it's still the team to beat in the B Conference, defeating the Crusaders, 7-2, in Ellicott City yesterday.The defending B Conference champion Flames (3-3, 2-0 league) received another fine performance from senior Chris Davidson, who drove in four runs and pitched a complete game.
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By Daniel Lyght and Daniel Lyght,SUN STAFF | June 14, 2004
Towson Golf and Country Club is a position golf course. It's what players had been saying all week, and Billy Wingerd used that characteristic to his benefit throughout the Maryland State Amateur Championship, claiming the title yesterday with a 5-and-4 win over Tom Winegardner. Wingerd's game plan for the tournament was simply to hit the fairways and hit the greens. He accomplished his plan, hitting eight of 14 fairways on the first 18 holes and eight of 13 fairways on the last 14 holes.
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By Rick Belz | November 7, 1997
Two Howard County private schools, Glenelg Country School and Chapelgate, will play for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference boys soccer championship at 7: 30 p.m. tomorrow at UMBC.The teams tied for the league's regular season championship at 8-2-2. They have met twice previously this season with the first a 2-2 tie and Glenelg Country's Dragons winning the second, 3-1.Glenelg Country (10-3-2), which shared the conference title last fall, is led by Dan Liparini (18 goals, five assists)
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 28, 1999
The McDonogh boys team may not be as perfect as the girls squad, which went undefeated this season. But in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference, the Eagles were flawless.Last night, however, the No. 8 Eagles -- who rolled through the regular season to the conference title game -- had to fight off an upset bid by Boys' Latin before coming away with a 48-45 victory in the championship game at Gilman.Senior guard Owen Daly, who struggled from the field for most of the game, converted a three-point play with 4.8 seconds left in regulation to break a 45-45 tie. An attempt by Boys' Latin's Cory Days to tie missed before time expired.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 18, 1998
Glenelg Country School had two simple objectives in last night's game with Chapelgate. The Dragons wanted the victory that would clinch a playoff spot, and they wanted to shut down Chapelgate's Chris Davidson.Missions accomplished.Glenelg Country School again played tough defense, limiting Davidson to only six points and Chapelgate to just 12 in the final 12 minutes to win the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference game, 49-45.Eric Greenberg scored five of his game-high 18 points late in the fourth quarter to help the host Dragons register the come-from-behind victory.
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