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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to the Sun | November 5, 2006
Gayle Taylor may have announced her retirement as the field hockey coach at Century after Tuesday's game, but the 16-year coach won't be straying very far. Taylor, whose teams compiled a 33-9-3 record during her three seasons with the Knights and this season went unbeaten in both the county and Monocacy Valley Athletic League Chesapeake Conference to win titles in each, will focus on the Westminster-based indoor club team that she launched last winter....
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2014
Each week, The Baltimore Sun will publish a Q&A with a college lacrosse player to get you better acquainted with the player and his or her team. Today's guest is UMBC midfielder Alyssa Semones, who led the Retrievers in scoring last season after transferring from Penn State. One of the top goal scorers in Carroll County history at Westminster, Semones had 32 goals and 12 assists last season. This spring, as UMBC opened 2-4, she is second in points with six goals and seven assists while leading the team in draw controls and caused turnovers.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 9, 2004
At 7 a.m., the chill is biting. Even a car muffler sounds louder against the relative silence of I-95 near UMBC's campus in Catonsville as the last of roughly a dozen wrestlers walk from a parking lot into the Retriever Activity Center. They hope to lend a hand to a sport perceived to be dying. Inside, past a line of exercise bikes, a stroll takes a visitor into a general-purpose fitness room. But rather than the mirrors reflecting dance or yoga classes, it's the pursuit of single-leg takedowns that dominates the room every Tuesday and Thursday morning.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2014
After taking two years off from high school swimming to concentrate on club swimming, grades and college recruitment, Severna Park senior Katie Parker could not be happier to be back on the Falcons' team headed for Saturday's high school state finals. She has a 3.4 GPA and will swim at James Madison next year, but this winter, she has helped Severna Park to Anne Arundel County and Class 4A-3A East region championships. In the county finals, she set a meet record in the 100-yard breast stroke, won the 200 individual medley and helped two relay teams to victory.
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January 29, 1992
The Heroes Lacrosse League, an organization of 1,200 boys and girls from grade school to college age, is forming a club team to compete in the United States Club Lacrosse Association.Heroes lacrosse is expanding into the USCLA using the money raised through its box lacrosse program.The 18-and-over men's team will be coached by Steve Marshall, theformer coach of the Bud Light Lacrosse Club in Glen Burnie, which competed in the Central Atlantic Lacrosse League.Anyone wishing to register can do so at a sign-up meeting from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb.9, at Blue Channel Inn in Arnold.
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Compiled from Inside Lacrosse | October 9, 2013
Archbishop Spalding junior midfielder Stephen Hirschmann has made an oral commitment to play men's lacrosse at Delaware. Last summer, the 5-foot-10, 155-pound recruit participated in the Baltimore Summer Kickoff (All-Star), Under Armour D.C. tryouts, MVP Tournament (All-Star), Maryland Freestate, Warrior Diamond Showcase (All-Star) and Under Armour Shootout. He plays for the Annapolis Hawks club team. Other schools considered included Penn State and Villanova. Other junior oral commitments Long-stick midfielder-defenseman Finn Dunne of Georgetown Prep in North Bethesda has committed to Georgetown.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | May 27, 1993
Dave Kelley, a 36-year-old elementary school physical education teacher with a broad soccer coaching background, is the new boys varsity soccer coach at Howard High.Kelley, who coaches the Columbia Crew, an under-19 boys club team that will play for the state cup championship the first weekend in June, replaces Rudy Storch, who resigned after last season.Storch led Howard to a state championship in 1989 and was credited with building a strong program at Howard, which won more games during the combined 1989 and 1990 seasons than any other team in the state.
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By Tom Worgo and Tom Worgo,Contributing Writer | August 2, 1992
Her accent may sound a little strange, but her lacrosse skills have found a home.Justine Hurst arrived in the United States from Australia about 2 1/2 years ago with aspirations of playing Division I college lacrosse and learning how to play the game -- the American way.She was surprised, however, to find that her aggressive style of play would have to be tempered.Hurst, 25, who now lives in Cape St. Claire, may never have put on a collegiate uniform, but she has made the transition to learning the American style of play.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 11, 1998
Abby Barnett had a strong season last year at Liberty. As a junior, she became one of the team's top hitters and was a force in helping Liberty surprise many by winning the Class 3A West region title.But Barnett wanted more for her senior season.Liberty coach Dave Trumbo often removed her when she was supposed to play back row, and Barnett looked for a way to improve that part of her game and become a more complete player.Following teammates' suggestions that she join the Carroll County Volleyball Club team last spring, playing in tough tournaments that strengthened her skills and paved her way to playing all six positions this season.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | February 13, 1991
Two of the county's finest soccer players received the ultimate all-star team honor Sunday when Parade magazine selected them to its All-America Soccer Team.Clint Peay of Oakland Mills and Steve Sietsema of Howard were two of four Marylanders to make the 33-man national team. Maryland and Texas led the team with four selections apiece.Peay was one of only five players to make the team two straight years.Because he had made it last year, Peay said he thought he had a good chance to be selected again this year after a strong performance last fall.
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Peter Schmuck | January 21, 2014
The countdown to spring training continues and, with each passing day, it appears less and less likely that the Orioles are going to make a dynamic acquisition to upgrade their pitching staff or add some real on-base potential to their power-packed lineup. There still are some suitable players out there, and the franchise doesn't seem to lack the financial wherewithall to do what's necessary to build on back-to-back winning seasons, but the clock keeps ticking and the fans keep wondering if all they rate from this ownership are minor league hand-me-downs and small-market excuses.
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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2013
While the Orioles' trade of closer Jim Johnson late Monday night immediately offered more questions than answers about the club's direction this offseason, executive vice president Dan Duquette insisted Tuesday that the deal can't truly be evaluated for the next several weeks. The Orioles dealt Johnson, who saved 101 games over the past two seasons, to the Oakland Athletics just before the midnight tender deadline in exchange for infielder Jemile Weeks and a minor league player to be named later.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2013
Ida Bernstein always has been a multitasker, going back to her childhood in Baltimore County when she juggled several sports and teams while maintaining a rigorous academic load. Which makes her current situation a challenge in itself: For the first time in several years, Bernstein will be concentrating on just one sport while her academic responsibilities also lessen considerably. A former soccer and track star at Dulaney who went to Syracuse to play both sports, Bernstein eventually found her way to rugby in college as well as bobsledding after graduating.
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Sports Digest | November 8, 2013
Et cetera Trampolinist Parris fails to reach world semifinals Deana Parris of Burtonsville came up short Thursday in her bid to qualify for the individual trampoline semifinals at the World Trampoline and Tumbling Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. Parris, who competes out of Fairland Gymnastics in Laurel, finished with a score of 92.180 and is expected to compete for the United States today in the women's team finals. College football: Johns Hopkins (8-0, 7-0 Centennial Conference)
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Sports Digest | October 10, 2013
College football Towson's West wins national FCS honor Towson junior running back Terrance West has been named the National Football Championship Subdivision Offensive Co-Player of the Week by The Sports Network. West, a Northwestern alumnus who has been named the Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Week three times this season, earned the national award after rushing for a season-high 238 yards on 28 carries and three touchdowns in the No. 3 and undefeated Tigers' 44-28 victory over No. 19 New Hampshire on Saturday.
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Compiled from Inside Lacrosse | October 9, 2013
Archbishop Spalding junior midfielder Stephen Hirschmann has made an oral commitment to play men's lacrosse at Delaware. Last summer, the 5-foot-10, 155-pound recruit participated in the Baltimore Summer Kickoff (All-Star), Under Armour D.C. tryouts, MVP Tournament (All-Star), Maryland Freestate, Warrior Diamond Showcase (All-Star) and Under Armour Shootout. He plays for the Annapolis Hawks club team. Other schools considered included Penn State and Villanova. Other junior oral commitments Long-stick midfielder-defenseman Finn Dunne of Georgetown Prep in North Bethesda has committed to Georgetown.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER Sun staff writer Pat O'Malley contributed to this article | March 24, 1997
Gerry Case will be remembered as a popular student who had just begun to demonstrate on the collegiate level the great athletic promise he had shown as a high school lacrosse star at Broadneck.Case, 19, a freshman on the Loyola men's team, died Saturday night at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center of meningococcemia, an infection of the blood, just three days after playing the best game of his college career.On Wednesday, Case played the entire second half and recorded his first collegiate goal and assist in a 24-5 victory over Fairfield.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1999
This year's recruiting class for the Maryland men's soccer team has splashes of new and old.The new includes two recruits from Ghana, a republic in West Africa, marking coach Sasho Cirovski's first venture into that continent in his six seasons in College Park.But the old remains the most important facet. For the second straight year, the Terps signed the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's High School Player of the Year to headline another impact freshman class.Angelo Herrera, the top high school soccer player in the nation, comes to Maryland after leading St. Pius X of Albuquerque, N.M., to a 40-3-3 record the past two seasons, including back-to-back state championships and two Top 25 national rankings.
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By Daniel Popper and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2012
As a senior at Poly in 2009, Antoine Goodson was a star quarterback garnering legitimate interest from Division I football programs, including Maryland, Georgia Tech and West Virginia. In his first two games that season, Goodson accounted for 635 total yards and eight touchdowns. But his dream turned into a nightmare less than a month into the season when he suffered a dislocated throwing shoulder; Goodson would eventually need surgery to repair ligament damage. After the injuries, not a single Division I program remained interested in him as a quarterback.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | July 6, 2012
With the non-waiver trade deadline coming at the end of the month, the Orioles are "going hard" after Milwaukee Brewers' Zack Greinke, according to an industry source. The source, an executive with another big-league club, said the Orioles appear to be the most aggressive suitor currently for Greinke, the 2009 American League Cy Young Award winner who is a free-agent at the end of the season. Talks are preliminary and certainly the Orioles won't be the only interested party if the Greinke sweepstakes open this month.
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