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By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | August 19, 1991
Greg Norman was no match for Stephen McHugh at the Clifton Park golf course yesterday.McHugh, matching his round against Norman in the annual National Golf Day tournament, crushed the famed Australian by 16 strokes.While Norman set the national target score with a round of 71 played in Florida, McHugh made good use of a 32 handicap to whip the "Shark" with a net 55 score at Clifton.In all, there were 37 out of 89 contestants at Clifton who bettered Norman's score. One of them beat Norman without a handicap.
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The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2014
Wilson Fewster, who coached the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse, football, wrestling and soccer teams, and was a four-year standout on the men's lacrosse team, died Wednesday, the school announced today. Fewster was the head men's lacrosse coach at Hopkins in 1952 and 1953 and served as the head football coach for nine seasons from 1957 to 1965. He led the football team to a pair of Middle Atlantic Conference South titles (1959, 1960) and one Mason Dixon Championship (1959); he was an assistant coach under Bob Scott when Johns Hopkins won the 1957 and 1959 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association national championships.
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By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | September 6, 1991
Women's amateur golf is taking on a new look hereabouts and there is a new course in Carroll County.It was obvious in the Middle Atlantic Women's Championship that concluded at Turf Valley Country Club yesterday that single dominated tournaments could be something in the past.Instead of a single start-to-finish leader, which has been the case in many past women's tournaments, the 1991 version saw three players close within two strokes of each other. A fourth player was just four behind.What's more, the winner brought a new name to the scene.
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By Jesse Jones, The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2013
Randy McGill, known in local ring jousting circles as "The Knight of Camelot," arrives at Glen Arm Field early Saturday morning last weekend with his 17-year-old horse, Taz. John Angevine, "The Knight of Anjou," pulls up with his 11-year-old horse, Nip Tuck, who also goes by Andy. McGill, 38, of Towson and Angevine, 74, of Beltsville have taken different paths to the Amateur Jousting Club Championship Joust and the William Bell Joust, but they share a passion for the state's official sport.
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By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | September 10, 1990
Mount Pleasant is the new Baltimore Golf Association team champion.The winning team, paced by assistant professional Bud Palmer, rolled up 520 points to stand off four Publinks rivals at Forest Park yesterday. Each of the five competing teams entered 20-player squads.Mount Pleasant closed just five points ahead of host Forest Park (515). Other totals were 491 for Clifton Park, 480 for Carroll Park and 408 for Longview.In addition to Palmer, other competing assistant pros were Tim Sanders (Forest Park)
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The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2014
Wilson Fewster, who coached the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse, football, wrestling and soccer teams, and was a four-year standout on the men's lacrosse team, died Wednesday, the school announced today. Fewster was the head men's lacrosse coach at Hopkins in 1952 and 1953 and served as the head football coach for nine seasons from 1957 to 1965. He led the football team to a pair of Middle Atlantic Conference South titles (1959, 1960) and one Mason Dixon Championship (1959); he was an assistant coach under Bob Scott when Johns Hopkins won the 1957 and 1959 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association national championships.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | September 5, 1993
It was easy for Ed Rogers to get hooked on golf. He was 10, his family lived a block from the old Maryland Country Club(located on Park Heights Avenue inside the city line), and he remembers sneaking out to play evenings with several friends.Rogers' association with the game still is going strong today. Now 80, he recently won his "eighth or ninth" men's nine-hole club championship at the Suburban Club. Such is the character of the man, he chose not not to name the loser or the score. "We're good friends and neither of us played very well," he said.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | July 30, 2001
They were two venerable rivals who knew each other's moves and strategies as well as their own. When the New York Aquatic Club A team and the Olympic Club of San Francisco clashed yesterday for the title at the U.S. Water Polo National Championships at the Naval Academy, the outcome was likely to be determined by which side received the better defense and goaltending. And, so it was. Olympic goalie Dan Hackett and the men directly in front of him were brilliant and the New York team prevailed, 7-4, to finish first in an eight-team affair that stretched over three days.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 17, 2012
Georgetown Prep sophomore goalie Joey Altemus has committed to the admissions process at Bucknell, according to Inside Lacrosse. Last summer he was selected to the Maryland Freestate Games 2014/15 Top 44 team, attended Jake Reed's Blue Chip Camp and played in the Baltimore Summer Kickoff, UP Lax and the Brine Shootout, for both Georgetown Prep and Blackwolf. This fall, he attended University of Maryland Invitational, UP Lax and the Philly Invitational. Altemus, who also plays varsity hockey, considered Loyola, Lehigh and Richmond as well.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 20, 1998
Baltimore Country Club and Columbia CC set up a third successive meeting for the overall championship of the Maryland State team matches yesterday. Baltimore CC defeated Caroline CC, 12 1/2 -5 1/2 , and Columbia beat Beaver Creek CC, 11-7.At Baltimore CC, the home team got 7 1/2 points, including a 3-0 sweep by host pro Tony Pancake and Mike McShane. They were 3-up on the front nine and 1-up on the back against pro Bob Rementer and Ryan Yost.At Denton, Baltimore's Scott Hargest-Mike Reitz yielded their first point (actually half point)
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The Baltimore Sun | December 17, 2012
Georgetown Prep sophomore goalie Joey Altemus has committed to the admissions process at Bucknell, according to Inside Lacrosse. Last summer he was selected to the Maryland Freestate Games 2014/15 Top 44 team, attended Jake Reed's Blue Chip Camp and played in the Baltimore Summer Kickoff, UP Lax and the Brine Shootout, for both Georgetown Prep and Blackwolf. This fall, he attended University of Maryland Invitational, UP Lax and the Philly Invitational. Altemus, who also plays varsity hockey, considered Loyola, Lehigh and Richmond as well.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 31, 2002
POTOMAC - Playing in the Kemper Insurance Open is still a big deal for Woodholme assistant pro Wayne DeFrancesco. It's a chance for DeFrancesco to test his game against some of the world's best players, as he did yesterday with an opening round of 1-under-par 70 at the TPC at Avenel. But DeFrancesco is using this week's PGA Tour event, and next week's Buick Classic in Harrison, N.Y., to get ready for his biggest tournament of the year. That will take place in three weeks, when he defends his title in the PGA National Club Pro Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Ky. "I kind of describe the National Club Pro Championship as the biggest tournament I have a reasonable chance of winning," said DeFrancesco, who won last year's tournament at the Sun River Resort in Bend, Ore. "It's by far the greatest thing I've ever done."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | July 30, 2001
They were two venerable rivals who knew each other's moves and strategies as well as their own. When the New York Aquatic Club A team and the Olympic Club of San Francisco clashed yesterday for the title at the U.S. Water Polo National Championships at the Naval Academy, the outcome was likely to be determined by which side received the better defense and goaltending. And, so it was. Olympic goalie Dan Hackett and the men directly in front of him were brilliant and the New York team prevailed, 7-4, to finish first in an eight-team affair that stretched over three days.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 20, 1998
Baltimore Country Club and Columbia CC set up a third successive meeting for the overall championship of the Maryland State team matches yesterday. Baltimore CC defeated Caroline CC, 12 1/2 -5 1/2 , and Columbia beat Beaver Creek CC, 11-7.At Baltimore CC, the home team got 7 1/2 points, including a 3-0 sweep by host pro Tony Pancake and Mike McShane. They were 3-up on the front nine and 1-up on the back against pro Bob Rementer and Ryan Yost.At Denton, Baltimore's Scott Hargest-Mike Reitz yielded their first point (actually half point)
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | June 16, 1996
Losing a player the caliber of Paul Gait would devastate a lot of teams in the U.S. Club Lacrosse Association. Toss in injuries to Mark Millon and Tom Marechek and many teams already would be looking ahead to next season.But not the Chesapeake-Toyota Lacrosse Club.A deep and talented bench enabled Chesapeake to shrug off its breaks and bruises and post a 17-1 record heading into today's South Division championship at 3 p.m. at Loyola College.If Chesapeake gets past the Philadelphia LC as it did during its two regular-season meetings, it will advance to next weekend's Final Four at Cabrini College, near Philadelphia.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | September 5, 1993
It was easy for Ed Rogers to get hooked on golf. He was 10, his family lived a block from the old Maryland Country Club(located on Park Heights Avenue inside the city line), and he remembers sneaking out to play evenings with several friends.Rogers' association with the game still is going strong today. Now 80, he recently won his "eighth or ninth" men's nine-hole club championship at the Suburban Club. Such is the character of the man, he chose not not to name the loser or the score. "We're good friends and neither of us played very well," he said.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | June 11, 1991
The Docksiders, the competitive arm of Maryland Gymnastics Inc. of Millersville, will be well represented at this week's fourth annual United States Independent Gymnastic Club national championship in Greensboro, N.C.The four-day event, which begins tomorrow in the Greensboro Coliseum, will feature some of the nation's top gymnasts from anumber of the country's top private gymnastics clubs.While the Docksiders have sent individuals to the event in the past, it was not until this season that the club qualified to send a four-member team to challenge for the club title.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | June 16, 1996
Losing a player the caliber of Paul Gait would devastate a lot of teams in the U.S. Club Lacrosse Association. Toss in injuries to Mark Millon and Tom Marechek and many teams already would be looking ahead to next season.But not the Chesapeake-Toyota Lacrosse Club.A deep and talented bench enabled Chesapeake to shrug off its breaks and bruises and post a 17-1 record heading into today's South Division championship at 3 p.m. at Loyola College.If Chesapeake gets past the Philadelphia LC as it did during its two regular-season meetings, it will advance to next weekend's Final Four at Cabrini College, near Philadelphia.
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By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | September 6, 1991
Women's amateur golf is taking on a new look hereabouts and there is a new course in Carroll County.It was obvious in the Middle Atlantic Women's Championship that concluded at Turf Valley Country Club yesterday that single dominated tournaments could be something in the past.Instead of a single start-to-finish leader, which has been the case in many past women's tournaments, the 1991 version saw three players close within two strokes of each other. A fourth player was just four behind.What's more, the winner brought a new name to the scene.
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By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | August 19, 1991
Greg Norman was no match for Stephen McHugh at the Clifton Park golf course yesterday.McHugh, matching his round against Norman in the annual National Golf Day tournament, crushed the famed Australian by 16 strokes.While Norman set the national target score with a round of 71 played in Florida, McHugh made good use of a 32 handicap to whip the "Shark" with a net 55 score at Clifton.In all, there were 37 out of 89 contestants at Clifton who bettered Norman's score. One of them beat Norman without a handicap.
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