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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | December 13, 1994
Topher Casserly was not Topher Casserly, but Chris Richardson was much more than anybody expected him to be last night.Richardson put on a sometimes electrifying performance in the second half for Francis Scott Key, leading the Eagles to a come-from-behind, 68-57 victory over a surprising Liberty boys basketball team at Liberty.Richardson turned around the game for Key (3-0) when he started the second half after playing only briefly in the first half that ended with Liberty leading 31-24.
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By Bill Free | June 7, 1995
BOYSCO-PERFORMER OF THE YEAR* Nate Shank, Westminster, Sr. -- Shank not only got better each year in the 800 run but he helped other runners keep in shape during the off-season. He competed in four events in most meets -- 800, 400, 1,600 relay and 3,200 relay -- and had his best day in the Carroll County championship meet. He turned in a career-best 1 minute, 58.4 seconds in the 800 to take first in the county and won two other county gold medals on the 1,600 and 3,200 relay teams. Coach Jim Shank said of the 1:58.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | December 7, 1993
The 1993 season looks like an uphill battle for the Francis Scott Key Eagles.They lost four starters to graduation and have no one bigger than 6-2 on this year's roster. For every negative, there's a positive in coach Jeff Cook's way of thinking and that's the approach the Eagles will take as they try to fly high in 1993."I'm happy with what I've seen, the players are working hard and right now that's all I can ask for," he said.As for the lack of experience, Cook says he doesn't know what to expect until the young Eagles get into game situations.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | December 13, 1994
Topher Casserly was not Topher Casserly, but Chris Richardson was much more than anybody expected him to be last night.Richardson put on a sometimes electrifying performance in the second half for Francis Scott Key, leading the Eagles to a come-from-behind, 68-57 victory over a surprising Liberty boys basketball team at Liberty.Richardson turned around the game for Key (3-0) when he started the second half after playing only briefly in the first half that ended with Liberty leading 31-24.
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By Glenn P. Graham | November 4, 1994
TonightFrancis Scott Key (1-7) at Brunswick (2-6)Time: 7:30Outlook: The Eagles close their season with two seemingly winnable Monocacy Valley Athletic League games starting this week at Brunswick. Both teams are looking to end losing streaks with the Eagles' run at seven and the Railroaders at three. The Eagles got off to a good start last Friday against South Hagerstown with Chris Richardson (21 carries for 129 yards) returning the opening kick 89 yards for a score. The Rebels responded with the next 24 points in coming away with a 31-19 win. In the fourth quarter, Eagles quarterback J.T. Chiaruttini threw to receiver Scott Compton for a 79-yard score.
SPORTS
By Bill Free | June 7, 1995
BOYSCO-PERFORMER OF THE YEAR* Nate Shank, Westminster, Sr. -- Shank not only got better each year in the 800 run but he helped other runners keep in shape during the off-season. He competed in four events in most meets -- 800, 400, 1,600 relay and 3,200 relay -- and had his best day in the Carroll County championship meet. He turned in a career-best 1 minute, 58.4 seconds in the 800 to take first in the county and won two other county gold medals on the 1,600 and 3,200 relay teams. Coach Jim Shank said of the 1:58.
NEWS
By NANINE HARTZENBUSCH and NANINE HARTZENBUSCH,SUN PHOTOGRAPHER | October 21, 2005
The Anne Arundel Department of Public Works held a skills competition and fleet inspection at Sandy Point State Park on Tuesday. Above, the southern district team - Mark Taylor (left) of Annapolis, Derrick Gross of Shadyside, Chris Richardson of Annapolis, William Hunter of Glen Burnie, Mike Branson of Dunkirk and Henry Porter of Pasadena - participates in the truck pull contest. At right, Brian Galloway of the northern district competes in the chainsaw competition.
FEATURES
By Tim Swift and Tim Swift,Sun Staff | April 12, 2007
Fatal Song Choice: "Turn the Beat Around" What Went Wrong: While her look said bold tigress (the animal print, the exposed bra strap, the trashy hair), her voice mewed like a kitten. Idol's pageant queen was simply overwhelmed by the syncopated pace of the song and the power of the band. To her credit, she tried her hardest to sell it -- but alas the American Idol stage has no stripper pole. Shining Moment: British Invasion week's song wasn't "Shake Your Moneymaker," but it sure felt like it. Her exuberant rendition of "Tell Him" had enough charisma to make up for what she lacked in vocal talent and, well, clothes.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Annie Linskey | April 7, 2005
Hometown: Baltimore Current members: Louie Verga, guitar, vocals; Chris Richardson, piano, vocals. Founded in: July 2004 Style: Acoustic rock Influenced by: Jack Johnson; Radiohead; Doves; Dave Matthews Band. Notable: They play a mix of covers and original music. Quotable: Verga on the band's goals: "We're trying to write songs that people can relate to and enjoy. We're not trying to reach stardom, but when you come to hear us, you'll leave with a smile on your face." Hear LVT Wednesday at the Greene Turtle.
NEWS
By Capital News Service | May 5, 2007
Boating season is just getting started, but Ocean City is already dead center on the radar of Maryland boating police. The area is among the "big three" to watch this year, said Sgt. Ken Turner, spokesman for the Maryland Natural Resources Police, which oversees state boating safety. It joins Garrett County's Deep Creek Lake and the area surrounding Anne Arundel County's Sandy Point State Park boat launch as the areas with the highest number of boat crashes. Last year, the boating police mimicked state trooper strategies to crack down on violations around the "big three," a strategy they plan to bring back in force after an overall reduction in boating accidents last year.
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By Glenn P. Graham | November 4, 1994
TonightFrancis Scott Key (1-7) at Brunswick (2-6)Time: 7:30Outlook: The Eagles close their season with two seemingly winnable Monocacy Valley Athletic League games starting this week at Brunswick. Both teams are looking to end losing streaks with the Eagles' run at seven and the Railroaders at three. The Eagles got off to a good start last Friday against South Hagerstown with Chris Richardson (21 carries for 129 yards) returning the opening kick 89 yards for a score. The Rebels responded with the next 24 points in coming away with a 31-19 win. In the fourth quarter, Eagles quarterback J.T. Chiaruttini threw to receiver Scott Compton for a 79-yard score.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | December 7, 1993
The 1993 season looks like an uphill battle for the Francis Scott Key Eagles.They lost four starters to graduation and have no one bigger than 6-2 on this year's roster. For every negative, there's a positive in coach Jeff Cook's way of thinking and that's the approach the Eagles will take as they try to fly high in 1993."I'm happy with what I've seen, the players are working hard and right now that's all I can ask for," he said.As for the lack of experience, Cook says he doesn't know what to expect until the young Eagles get into game situations.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2012
Bette W. Dudley, a homemaker and gardener, died of multiple myeloma May 22 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 64 and lived in Stevenson. Born Bette Wallenhorst in Cincinnati, she earned a degree in art history and Spanish from Chatham University and a master's degree in business administration from Loyola University Maryland. She moved to Baltimore after working at a Philadelphia insurance firm. While an outpatient at Kernan Hospital, she met her future husband, Dr. Albert Henry "Hank" Dudley III. In Baltimore, she initially worked as a consultant to the Hospital Association of Maryland, arranging executive and staff retreats.
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