March 15, 2012
I agree with whoever wrote the episode title. Let's start fresh this week, shall we? I'd like to pretend last week didn't happen. In that case, I don't know why Salani keeps talking about needing to capitalize on the fact that they have seven people when they should only have six. You have to wonder if the producers wish last week didn't happen either, as tonight's episode kicks off with switching up the tribes. They also apparently really liked the egg-smashing thing from last season, as they're making everybody do it this week.
August 11, 2011
David and Linda Nieporent , of Fanwood, N.J. announce the birth of their son, Leo Henry Nieporent , on May 24, 2011, at 5:45 p.m. He weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces. His sister is Elana. His grandparents are Mary Jeney, of Clark, N.J.; and Richard Nieporent, of Columbia. Dana and Kevin Behan, of Columbia, announce the birth of their daughter, Lindsay Elisabeth Behan, on July 19, 2010, at 4:28 p.m. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces. Her sister is Natalie.
September 9, 2007
Liberty senior Colton Weaver is one of the top quarterbacks in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League, throwing for 2,099 yards and 17 touchdowns last season. His team, however, has struggled, finishing 0-10 a year ago. Now, the third-year starter hopes to turn around the Lions' fortunes and also land himself a college scholarship. You really showed improvement last season, especially with respect to your statistics. Do you feel like that kind of improvement can continue? The numbers really don't mean that much to me. I'm just trying to help our team win, to be honest.
May 20, 2007
South Carroll senior defender Colton Wilburn is a team captain and two-year starter. "He runs the field well for his size, is the team's best defenseman who plays the other team's top scorer every game, is great at clearing the ball," Cavaliers coach Bill McDermott said. Wilburn, 6 feet and 215 pounds, is headed to Auburn University, where he plans to play club lacrosse. He was an outstanding recreation league basketball player and was known for his rebounding ability, averaging 10 a game to go along with his 10-point scoring average.
March 25, 2007
Colton Trevor Carpenter, a youngster who suffered from a congenital heart condition but loved sports, died Thursday while playing soccer in Dundalk. He was 11. The son of Karen M. Peterson and Scott K. Carpenter, Colton was born in Baltimore and grew up in Edgemere. The boy's parents said the cause of death wasn't immediately determined. He was a fifth-grade student at Our Lady of Hope/St. Luke School in Dundalk. Colton was born with aortic valve stenosis, a condition in which the aortic valve is partially blocked, said his parents.