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June 4, 2000
Baseball Royals: Activated and recalled OF Todd Dunwoody and recalled P Jeff D'Amico from Triple-A Omaha. Designated C Jorge Fabregas for assignment. Optioned OF Mark Quinn to Omaha. White Sox: Placed IF Craig Wilson on 15-day DL with back injury. Purchased contact of IF Tony Graffanino from Triple-A Charlotte. College Evansville: Announced that basketball F Ian Hanavan has transfered to team from University of Illinois-Chicago. Soccer Columbus Crew (MLS): Signed former Maryland M Steve Armas.
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Sports Digest | June 8, 2014
Et cetera McCarthy, Magee win Pimlico meet titles The Pimlico Race Course spring meeting ended Saturday with jockey Trevor McCarthy and trainer Kieron Magee winning individual titles. The 35-day stand began April 3. McCarthy topped the jockey standings with 43 first-place finishes, five more than Victor Carrasco . The 20-year-old, who became a journeyman during the stand, had 14 multiple-win days in the first 23 live racing afternoons.  “We rode a lot of nice horses and were very lucky to get off to a great start,” McCarthy said.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | May 6, 1998
Touting discipline and team chemistry, on and off the field, as elements that weighed heavily in his choices, U.S. national soccer team coach Steve Sampson yesterday named 20 of the 22 players he wants to represent the country in the World Cup next month in France.Having dropped a bombshell three weeks ago by cutting midfielder and captain John Harkes, Sampson's picks contained no other major surprises. He left two spots to be filled, probably from among two players awaiting American citizenship and one recovering from his second serious knee operation in two years.
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Sports Digest | August 6, 2012
    Et cetera Rising sophomore Grass orally commits to JHU men's lax Rising sophomore attackman Henry Grass of two-time New York State Class C state semifinalist Bronxville High orally committed to Johns Hopkins. According to MaxPreps, Grass had 50 goals and 36 assists this season for the Broncos, who went 20-2. - Inside Lacrosse Women's college lacrosse: Washington College announced that juniors Meredith Callis (Roland Park) and Carly Eisenbrandt (Towson)
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By Gary Davidson | April 20, 1996
Columbia's Clint Peay is expected to make his Major League Soccer debut tonight when his club, D.C. United, plays its home opener against the Los Angeles Galaxy at 7: 30 at RFK Stadium.Peay, a defender from Oakland Mills High who played on four straight NCAA champions at the University of Virginia (1991 to 1994), and his U.S Olympic teammate Zach Thornton, a goalkeeper, were able to come home this week after the Olympians set up camp Monday at United Park in Herndon, Va., moving from Chula Vista, Calif.
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Sports Digest | August 6, 2012
    Et cetera Rising sophomore Grass orally commits to JHU men's lax Rising sophomore attackman Henry Grass of two-time New York State Class C state semifinalist Bronxville High orally committed to Johns Hopkins. According to MaxPreps, Grass had 50 goals and 36 assists this season for the Broncos, who went 20-2. - Inside Lacrosse Women's college lacrosse: Washington College announced that juniors Meredith Callis (Roland Park) and Carly Eisenbrandt (Towson)
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Sports Digest | June 8, 2014
Et cetera McCarthy, Magee win Pimlico meet titles The Pimlico Race Course spring meeting ended Saturday with jockey Trevor McCarthy and trainer Kieron Magee winning individual titles. The 35-day stand began April 3. McCarthy topped the jockey standings with 43 first-place finishes, five more than Victor Carrasco . The 20-year-old, who became a journeyman during the stand, had 14 multiple-win days in the first 23 live racing afternoons.  “We rode a lot of nice horses and were very lucky to get off to a great start,” McCarthy said.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | August 5, 1997
Thomas Dooley recalls always wanting to visit the United States -- as a German kid fathered by an American soldier he'd never met, and as a young man playing on two of Germany's best pro soccer teams.But Dooley, whom Baltimoreans can see play Thursday night for the U.S. national team against Ecuador, never had the chance.That is, not until he was 31, when, by a fluke of fate, he was introduced to a woman employed by the U.S. Soccer Federation. She was a friend of a friend.Within a couple of weeks of the woman's learning of his American father and, thus, U.S. citizenship, and his status as a top player (only injuries had prevented him from playing on the German national team, consistently one of the world's best)
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By Lowell E. Sunderland | April 19, 2000
Columbia's Brian West (Centennial, Virginia), who was unexpectedly cut a couple of weeks ago from the U.S. Olympic men's soccer team, was named yesterday to the country's full national team for its friendly match April 26 against Russia in Moscow. West, 21, an emerging midfielder for Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew, was one of three U.S.-based pros added to coach Bruce Arena's team for the first game ever for the American men in Russia. He set up the Crew's winning goal against the Metro-Stars last weekend.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | July 31, 1997
The laboratory in team chemistry that the U.S. national men's soccer team has become will resume in next Thursday's game against Ecuador at Memorial Stadium.U.S. coach Steve Sampson announced the roster for that game yesterday, a 17-man squad that includes 12 players who haven't seen national duty in at least six months, many of them for longer.The players are being called up from five of Major League Soccer's 10 franchises, but none of the three regulars from this area's representative, D.C. United, is among them.
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June 4, 2000
Baseball Royals: Activated and recalled OF Todd Dunwoody and recalled P Jeff D'Amico from Triple-A Omaha. Designated C Jorge Fabregas for assignment. Optioned OF Mark Quinn to Omaha. White Sox: Placed IF Craig Wilson on 15-day DL with back injury. Purchased contact of IF Tony Graffanino from Triple-A Charlotte. College Evansville: Announced that basketball F Ian Hanavan has transfered to team from University of Illinois-Chicago. Soccer Columbus Crew (MLS): Signed former Maryland M Steve Armas.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | May 6, 1998
Touting discipline and team chemistry, on and off the field, as elements that weighed heavily in his choices, U.S. national soccer team coach Steve Sampson yesterday named 20 of the 22 players he wants to represent the country in the World Cup next month in France.Having dropped a bombshell three weeks ago by cutting midfielder and captain John Harkes, Sampson's picks contained no other major surprises. He left two spots to be filled, probably from among two players awaiting American citizenship and one recovering from his second serious knee operation in two years.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | August 5, 1997
Thomas Dooley recalls always wanting to visit the United States -- as a German kid fathered by an American soldier he'd never met, and as a young man playing on two of Germany's best pro soccer teams.But Dooley, whom Baltimoreans can see play Thursday night for the U.S. national team against Ecuador, never had the chance.That is, not until he was 31, when, by a fluke of fate, he was introduced to a woman employed by the U.S. Soccer Federation. She was a friend of a friend.Within a couple of weeks of the woman's learning of his American father and, thus, U.S. citizenship, and his status as a top player (only injuries had prevented him from playing on the German national team, consistently one of the world's best)
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By Gary Davidson | April 20, 1996
Columbia's Clint Peay is expected to make his Major League Soccer debut tonight when his club, D.C. United, plays its home opener against the Los Angeles Galaxy at 7: 30 at RFK Stadium.Peay, a defender from Oakland Mills High who played on four straight NCAA champions at the University of Virginia (1991 to 1994), and his U.S Olympic teammate Zach Thornton, a goalkeeper, were able to come home this week after the Olympians set up camp Monday at United Park in Herndon, Va., moving from Chula Vista, Calif.
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By Glenn Graham | January 18, 2012
Former area soccer standouts Christian Barreiro (Calvert Hall/Univeristy of Pennsylvania) and Andrew Bulls (McDonogh/UMBC) were selected in the Major League Soccer Supplemental Draft on Tuesday.  Barreiro, a midfielder/forward, was selected in the third round by the New York/New Jersey Red Bulls, while Bulls, a midfielder, was chosen in the fourth round by the Columbus Crew. Both players were members of the Baltimore Bays' 90s team that won the Under-16 USYSA national Championship in 2006, the U-18 U.S. Development Academy National Championship in 2008, and the U-19 USYSA National Championshp in 2009.
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By Todd Karpovich and Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2012
The Baltimore Bays Chelsea under-17/18 club made it two straight wins Tuesday in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy playoffs, earning a 3-1 victory over Columbus-based Crew Soccer Academy at the FC Dallas Stadium Complex in Frisco, Texas. Former McDonogh standouts Mike Gamble and Malcolm Harris scored goals along with Yaw Amankwa as the Bays took charge of their group with their 2-0 record. The team's third and final game in pool play will be against New Jersey-based Players Development Academy at 11 a.m. Thursday. The Bays are guaranteed to advance with a win or a tie.  
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