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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | September 9, 1995
Mark Johnston fractured his collarbone yesterday after tumbling off a maiden 2-year-old filly and might be forced to miss the mount on Warning Glance in a $2 million Breeders' Cup race.The accident has sent local agents scrambling to line up their jockeys on Johnston's mounts.For the past year and a half, Johnston, 24, has led the Maryland standings and rides as many as eight or nine horses a day as well as many of the state's leading runners. He could be out as long as five or six weeks.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2013
Friday's editions included a Q&A with Towson fifth-year senior goalkeeper Andrew Wascavage. Due to space constraints, here are some more answers that didn't make the cut. Can you name an opposing player you've faced with one of the hardest shots to stop? [Attackman Mike] Sawyer from Loyola is pretty hard. And the guy from Hopkins last year who broke his collarbone [attackman Chris Boland]. Even though he shot from close range, he could bring it. Who is the slickest offensive player you've faced?
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By Edward Lee | May 10, 2012
Six games have passed since Chris Boland returned from a broken collarbone suffered in Johns Hopkins' season-opening victory over Towson on Feb. 17. During that span, the fifth-year senior attackman has recorded nine goals and nine assists, including two assists in the team's 10-9 overtime upset of Loyola on April 28 and three goals and two assists in a 13-6 thumping of Army last Saturday. Boland acknowledged last week that it took some time for him to gain confidence in dodging and landing on the collarbone, which was how the original injury occurred.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 4, 2013
Maryland's midfield was applauded as one of the deepest in Division I last year, and that unit could be just as versatile thanks to the return of Jake Bernhardt. Bernhardt, a fifth-year senior, broke his left collarbone in a scrimmage at Loyola on Feb. 4 and underwent surgery. He tried to make a comeback, practicing on a limited basis in April. But after consulting with his parents and coach John Tillman, he elected to redshirt last season. Bernhardt is back, and Tillman said the midfielder has looked good in the fall and preseason.
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By Ross Peddicord | May 24, 1995
Edgar Prado, leading jockey at the Maryland tracks from 1991 to 1993 and currently second in the standings to Mark Johnston, suffered a fractured collarbone yesterday when he was thrown from his mount, Machinegungirl, in the fourth race at Pimlico Race Course.A track spokesman said Prado could miss six to eight weeks.The incident occurred in mid-stretch when Prado's mount clipped heels with the filly Frescidia, ridden by Donnie Miller Jr.The stewards disqualified Frescidia and placed her seventh for lugging in and impeding Machinegungirl approaching the 16th pole.
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By Ross Peddicord | May 24, 1995
Edgar Prado, leading jockey at the Maryland tracks from 1991 to 1993 and currently second in the standings to Mark Johnston, suffered a fractured collarbone yesterday when he was thrown from his mount, Machinegungirl, in the fourth race at Pimlico Race Course.A track spokesman said Prado could miss six to eight weeks.The incident occurred in mid-stretch when Prado's mount clipped heels with the filly Frescidia, ridden by Donnie Miller Jr.The stewards disqualified Frescidia and placed her seventh for lugging in and impeding Machinegungirl approaching the 16th pole.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | May 19, 1998
Todd Vizcarrondo surfs ocean waves, not the Internet. He picked up his business degree last week, but he doesn't consider himself a bookworm. He's an active outdoorsman who enjoys deep-sea fishing and mountain biking, and his idea of fun isn't spending two weeks in a recliner.Like he did in 1995.And 1996.Vizcarrondo, a junior midfielder, is among the offensive talents who have lifted Loyola College to the No. 1 seed in the NCAA lacrosse tournament. He won't lead the semifinals at Rutgers on Saturday in goals or assists, just fractures of the clavicle.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 6, 2012
Each week, The Baltimore Sun publishes a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player to get you more acquainted with the player and his/her team. Today's guest is Johns Hopkins senior attackman Chris Boland, who recorded two goals and two assists Sunday night in his first game since breaking his collarbone in the team's season opener Feb. 17 against Towson. How did it feel to play in just your second contest of the season in the Blue Jays' 13-9 loss to North Carolina? It felt good to get out there and get into the swing of things and run around.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 4, 2013
Maryland's midfield was applauded as one of the deepest in Division I last year, and that unit could be just as versatile thanks to the return of Jake Bernhardt. Bernhardt, a fifth-year senior, broke his left collarbone in a scrimmage at Loyola on Feb. 4 and underwent surgery. He tried to make a comeback, practicing on a limited basis in April. But after consulting with his parents and coach John Tillman, he elected to redshirt last season. Bernhardt is back, and Tillman said the midfielder has looked good in the fall and preseason.
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By Knight-Ridder Newspapers | July 2, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- Len Dykstra finally got his wish yesterday. He was allowed to swing a bat for the first time since he totaled his Mercedes on May 6.Philadelphia Phillies team physician Phillip Marone flashed the green light after examining the latest X-rays of Dykstra's broken collarbone. As Marone put it, "There is further healing going on, progressive healing."With Marone's blessing, Dykstra quickly headed for Veterans Stadium's indoor batting cage. He later said he took "30, 40 swings;" hitting coach Denis Menke put the number at "20, 25."
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By Edward Lee | May 10, 2012
Six games have passed since Chris Boland returned from a broken collarbone suffered in Johns Hopkins' season-opening victory over Towson on Feb. 17. During that span, the fifth-year senior attackman has recorded nine goals and nine assists, including two assists in the team's 10-9 overtime upset of Loyola on April 28 and three goals and two assists in a 13-6 thumping of Army last Saturday. Boland acknowledged last week that it took some time for him to gain confidence in dodging and landing on the collarbone, which was how the original injury occurred.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 6, 2012
Each week, The Baltimore Sun publishes a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player to get you more acquainted with the player and his/her team. Today's guest is Johns Hopkins senior attackman Chris Boland, who recorded two goals and two assists Sunday night in his first game since breaking his collarbone in the team's season opener Feb. 17 against Towson. How did it feel to play in just your second contest of the season in the Blue Jays' 13-9 loss to North Carolina? It felt good to get out there and get into the swing of things and run around.
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From Sun Staff Reports | March 31, 2012
Apprentice rider Sarah Rook , who missed nearly three months after breaking her left collarbone in a spill Jan. 5 at Laurel Park, made a triumphant return with a victory aboard Great Harbour ($7.20) in the seventh race on opening day of the spring meet at Pimlico Race Course . "I was locked and loaded with this one," Rook said. "I started getting back on horses about 31/2 weeks ago and feel really good. " Rook, 25, has bounced around the country in her quest to become a jockey.
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporters | May 30, 2007
After breaking her right collarbone on April 24, Jordy Kirr had every reason to doubt that she would make the final cut a month later for the U.S. Under-19 women's lacrosse team, but the Bryn Mawr senior's positive attitude never wavered. Last weekend at the U.S. Lacrosse Women's Division Tournament in Bethlehem, Pa., Kirr participated in practices with the team, who took it a bit easy on her, but she couldn't play in games. Still, her skills were strong enough to earn a berth on the team that will play at the International Federation of Women's Lacrosse Associations Under-19 World Championships on Aug. 4-12 in Peterborough, Ontario.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun Reporter | February 27, 2007
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. -- The clicking sound began as a mystery, then grew into a concern. And it was so audible that players and coaches sitting in the dugout last season could hear it. Orioles pitching prospect Radhames Liz would unleash mid-90s fastballs, first at Single-A Frederick and later at Double-A Bowie, and the guessing would begin. One theory held that his long fingers were snapping against his palm. Or maybe his shoulder was out of whack. Or he was storing crickets in his back pocket.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | August 24, 2004
Ravens center Mike Flynn fractured his right collarbone yesterday morning and is out for six to eight weeks. Casey Rabach will replace Flynn in the starting lineup. Flynn, in his seventh season, has missed only one start since becoming a full-time starter in 2000. Ravens officials are hoping Flynn will return for the sixth game of the season against the Buffalo Bills on Oct. 24, a week after the team's bye. The injury is the same as the one that ended Travis Taylor's season midway through his rookie year in 2000.
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May 11, 1991
Lenny Dykstra of the Philadelphia Phillies left Bryn Mawr (Pa.) Hospital yesterday, four days after a car accident that also injured teammate Darren Daulton and left Dykstra facing a drunken-driving charge.Dykstra declined to talk about the accident but said: "I want to thank all the great fans of Philadelphia for their support."Dykstra is on the 60-day disabled list with three broken right ribs, a broken right collarbone and broken right cheekbone. A hospital spokeswoman said he was put in a shoulder cast to immobilize his collarbone.
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By Kathy Dunn | March 17, 1991
High school sports isn't only about winning state championships. It's often about hurdling difficult obstacles or gaining new ground.So before we say goodbye to the winter season, consider the record-breaking accomplishments of two athletes whose feats rank right up there with the state champs.John Carroll swimmer Stewart Harris overcame some formidable oddsto set a county record in the 500-meter freestyle. And Fallston runner Jenny Howard set a metro area indoor record for the 2-mile run.Harris, a distance freestyler, shaved more than two seconds off the previous record to post a 4:48.
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By Bonnie DeSimone and Bonnie DeSimone,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | July 24, 2003
BAYONNE, France - Tyler Hamilton's 2003 Tour de France always will carry an asterisk. Now it has an exclamation point, as well. Determined not to be relegated to a poignant footnote, the 32-year-old Massachusetts native insisted on staying in the race after a devastating Stage 1 crash that left him with a V-shaped fracture of his right collarbone. Yesterday, he won the first Tour stage of his career, forging ahead of the field on an extended solo breakaway that would have been unthinkable two weeks ago. His normally placid blue eyes scrunched tight with pain, his head bobbing with the effort, Hamilton opened a gap of as much as 5 minutes, 21 seconds over the peloton and crossed the finish line for Stage 16 just less than two minutes before the pack.
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By Bonnie DeSimone and Bonnie DeSimone,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 8, 2003
SEDAN, France - Sticks and stones may break his bones, but Tyler Hamilton has a different definition of what it means to be hurt. After fracturing his collarbone in two places in a massive crash Sunday in Stage 1 of the Tour de France, Hamilton defied his own and most other observers' predictions by opting to start Stage 2 yesterday. He completed the stage with the main pack and thus officially, and remarkably, remains in eighth place overall, 10 seconds behind Australia's Bradley McGee.
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