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By Donna M. Owens and Donna M. Owens,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 14, 2003
He's one of Hollywood's hottest young movie producers, an industry player with a smash new film, a hit cable television series and celebrity pals like Ben and Matt (as in Affleck and Damon) on speed dial. But Chris Moore is hardly one of those slick and glossy entertainment types. He's more the fun-loving frat-boy-next-door who's made it big -- and can't quite believe his good fortune. "I've been lucky all my life," says the 36-year-old Easton native, sounding upbeat and friendly, calling from the Beverly Hills area by cell phone.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | October 1, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - Three times last week, Ohio State defensive backs were left looking at the back of Cincinnati wide receiver Chris Moore's jersey as Moore crossed the goal line at the end of a long touchdown catch-and-run. Ohio State (3-1) is great in the front seven. The Buckeyes have experienced players at linebacker, and their defensive line may be as good as any in the country. The pass defense is Ohio State's "Achilles' heel," said Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer during a teleconference Tuesday.
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By ALEJANDRO DANOIS and ALEJANDRO DANOIS,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 21, 2005
On his first day of school at Howard High this September, senior Chris Moore was not happy about starting over at a new school. Moore had spent his previous three years attending Centennial, where he was a standout in basketball. The 6-foot-8 forward was named the Howard County Player of the Year as a junior after leading the Eagles to the county championship. "I didn't like it that much at first," Moore said of his first days at Howard. "But then I started to realize that there were a lot of people I knew from middle school and I was all right."
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By Alejandro Danois and Alejandro Danois,Special to the Sun | May 9, 2007
At baseball practice, Chesapeake senior Chris Moore laughs, smiles and jokes around with his teammates as they take turns shagging flies and taking swings in batting practice. But when the 6-foot, 175-pound right-hander is given the baseball and walks to the mound to pitch, the carefree personality is nowhere to be found. "When you put him on the mound, he's intense and gives you everything he's got," Chesapeake coach Jim Sims said. "He expects to pitch at his top level at all times." For the better part of his high school baseball career, Moore has more than lived up to his lofty expectations.
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By Alejandro Danois and Alejandro Danois,Special to the Sun | May 9, 2007
At baseball practice, Chesapeake senior Chris Moore laughs, smiles and jokes around with his teammates as they take turns shagging flies and taking swings in batting practice. But when the 6-foot, 175-pound right-hander is given the baseball and walks to the mound to pitch, the carefree personality is nowhere to be found. "When you put him on the mound, he's intense and gives you everything he's got," Chesapeake coach Jim Sims said. "He expects to pitch at his top level at all times." For the better part of his high school baseball career, Moore has more than lived up to his lofty expectations.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 2, 2005
The long arms are the first thing you notice about Centennial junior center Chris Moore. His wing span is 7 feet, about the same as that of a bald eagle. Then there are the dunks and the blocked shots that drive an already charged-up crowd of Centennial fans into a frenzy. Eagles coach Jim Hill, recognizing the spark value of dunks, provides Moore with a cheesecake as an incentive for every slam. Moore's crowd-stirring dunks and blocks almost overshadow his nice ball-handling skills and quick first step that make his moves to the basket look so easy.
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May 10, 2006
What Baseball and softball county championship games Who No. 2 Arundel vs. No. 7 Chesapeake (baseball); No. 1 Chesapeake vs. No. 5 Severna Park (softball) Where, When Baseball at Joe Cannon Stadium, tomorrow, 7:15 p.m.; softball at Randazzo Park, tomorrow, 5:15 p.m. Outlook In the baseball final, the regular-season champion Wildcats have been on a roll behind the pitching of Tyler Hibbs (9-1) and Joel Roberts (6-1), while first baseman Sean Pleffner has paced the offense. Arundel routed the Cougars, 11-1, in five innings at Chesapeake last week.
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By Rick Belz | March 21, 2005
Player of the Year Chris Moore, Centennial The 6-foot-6, 160-pound junior was the Eagles' go-to player and produced consistently in several ways. He averaged 16 points, 9.8 rebounds and 4.5 blocks in leading Centennial to the county championship. "Without Moore, Centennial would not have had any success," said Hammond coach Ricky Lee. "He destroyed people, dominated everybody in the county and carried that team." Moore had 33 points and 18 rebounds in one win over Hammond. Then he had 28 points and 16 rebounds in another victory over the Bears.
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By MILTON KENT | February 24, 2006
Long Reach boys basketball coach Al Moraz Jr. would have been seriously derelict in his duties if he hadn't made a phone call or two to his center, Darryl Webb, to get him fired up for the Howard County championship game Tuesday against Howard. Moraz did his job, all right, but he had unexpected help in getting Webb's fires stoked. It seems the Howard players themselves were calling and taunting Webb on his cell phone in advance of the game. "[The Howard players] have been calling me a lot," Webb said with a grin.
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By GLENN GRAHAM and GLENN GRAHAM,SUN REPORTER | May 9, 2006
The Hammond softball team hadn't scored a run against No. 7 Centennial in 13-plus innings this season. Trailing by a run and down to their final out yesterday, the Golden Bears enjoyed a breakthrough that was timely and dramatic. Center fielder Jen Lozier kept the game alive with a single and first baseman Lindsey Frost followed with a double to tie the game in the seventh inning before the Golden Bears scored four more runs in the eighth for a character-building 5-1 upset of the Eagles.
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May 10, 2006
What Baseball and softball county championship games Who No. 2 Arundel vs. No. 7 Chesapeake (baseball); No. 1 Chesapeake vs. No. 5 Severna Park (softball) Where, When Baseball at Joe Cannon Stadium, tomorrow, 7:15 p.m.; softball at Randazzo Park, tomorrow, 5:15 p.m. Outlook In the baseball final, the regular-season champion Wildcats have been on a roll behind the pitching of Tyler Hibbs (9-1) and Joel Roberts (6-1), while first baseman Sean Pleffner has paced the offense. Arundel routed the Cougars, 11-1, in five innings at Chesapeake last week.
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By GLENN GRAHAM and GLENN GRAHAM,SUN REPORTER | May 9, 2006
The Hammond softball team hadn't scored a run against No. 7 Centennial in 13-plus innings this season. Trailing by a run and down to their final out yesterday, the Golden Bears enjoyed a breakthrough that was timely and dramatic. Center fielder Jen Lozier kept the game alive with a single and first baseman Lindsey Frost followed with a double to tie the game in the seventh inning before the Golden Bears scored four more runs in the eighth for a character-building 5-1 upset of the Eagles.
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By MILTON KENT | February 24, 2006
Long Reach boys basketball coach Al Moraz Jr. would have been seriously derelict in his duties if he hadn't made a phone call or two to his center, Darryl Webb, to get him fired up for the Howard County championship game Tuesday against Howard. Moraz did his job, all right, but he had unexpected help in getting Webb's fires stoked. It seems the Howard players themselves were calling and taunting Webb on his cell phone in advance of the game. "[The Howard players] have been calling me a lot," Webb said with a grin.
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By ALEJANDRO DANOIS and ALEJANDRO DANOIS,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 21, 2005
On his first day of school at Howard High this September, senior Chris Moore was not happy about starting over at a new school. Moore had spent his previous three years attending Centennial, where he was a standout in basketball. The 6-foot-8 forward was named the Howard County Player of the Year as a junior after leading the Eagles to the county championship. "I didn't like it that much at first," Moore said of his first days at Howard. "But then I started to realize that there were a lot of people I knew from middle school and I was all right."
SPORTS
By Rick Belz | March 21, 2005
Player of the Year Chris Moore, Centennial The 6-foot-6, 160-pound junior was the Eagles' go-to player and produced consistently in several ways. He averaged 16 points, 9.8 rebounds and 4.5 blocks in leading Centennial to the county championship. "Without Moore, Centennial would not have had any success," said Hammond coach Ricky Lee. "He destroyed people, dominated everybody in the county and carried that team." Moore had 33 points and 18 rebounds in one win over Hammond. Then he had 28 points and 16 rebounds in another victory over the Bears.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 2, 2005
The long arms are the first thing you notice about Centennial junior center Chris Moore. His wing span is 7 feet, about the same as that of a bald eagle. Then there are the dunks and the blocked shots that drive an already charged-up crowd of Centennial fans into a frenzy. Eagles coach Jim Hill, recognizing the spark value of dunks, provides Moore with a cheesecake as an incentive for every slam. Moore's crowd-stirring dunks and blocks almost overshadow his nice ball-handling skills and quick first step that make his moves to the basket look so easy.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | October 1, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - Three times last week, Ohio State defensive backs were left looking at the back of Cincinnati wide receiver Chris Moore's jersey as Moore crossed the goal line at the end of a long touchdown catch-and-run. Ohio State (3-1) is great in the front seven. The Buckeyes have experienced players at linebacker, and their defensive line may be as good as any in the country. The pass defense is Ohio State's "Achilles' heel," said Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer during a teleconference Tuesday.
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January 11, 2006
55 Points scored by River Hill senior guard Keisha Eaddy in two games at the Pocomoke Holiday tournament in December, equaling the combined number of points scored by the Hawks' two opponents. River Hill defeated Stephen Decatur, 62-20, and then host Pocomoke, 65-35. 88 Percent of free throws made by the Chapelgate Christian girls basketball team in its 49-37 win over John Carroll last Wednesday. The Yellow Jackets (8-3) made 15 of their 17 chances. 99 Points scored by the Howard boys basketball team in its 99-85 overtime win against Hammond last week.
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By Donna M. Owens and Donna M. Owens,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 14, 2003
He's one of Hollywood's hottest young movie producers, an industry player with a smash new film, a hit cable television series and celebrity pals like Ben and Matt (as in Affleck and Damon) on speed dial. But Chris Moore is hardly one of those slick and glossy entertainment types. He's more the fun-loving frat-boy-next-door who's made it big -- and can't quite believe his good fortune. "I've been lucky all my life," says the 36-year-old Easton native, sounding upbeat and friendly, calling from the Beverly Hills area by cell phone.
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