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Baltimore Sun Media Group | November 10, 2013
Dulaney's Isabel Griffith and the No. 2 Hereford girls team led a strong Baltimore County showing in the state cross country championships Saturday at McDaniel College. The Hereford girls won their third state title in four years. The Bulls moved down to Class 2A this year and finished with 73 points to beat out Poolesville (102). Sarah Coffey's second-place finish led Hereford. Erin Causey (12th), Lacey Brown (18th), Alicia Kozlowski (21st) and Emily Causey (26th) also gave the Bulls points.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2014
The top-ranked Severna Park boys were dominant in the 2013 cross country season, capped by a spectacular effort in the Class 4A state championship race at McDaniel College. In that race, the Falcons finished with 38 points, crushing second-place Dulaney (114) and everyone else. Ryan Forsyth won the race as Severna Park placed five runners in the top 14. Forsyth, a star fresh off Anne Arundel and East Regional titles, could have skipped the race and the stacked Falcons still would have won. The best teams often feature dominant runners, but not always.
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December 18, 1992
Anne Arundel Community College athletes in five fall sports and a coach received awards at last week's fourth annual Fall Sports Awards Ceremony.The Athletic Director's Award went to two-sport coach Tom Smith, whose women's basketball and softball teams were honored for their academic achievements. The women's basketball team had a collective 2.96 grade-point average while the softball team's GPA was 3.01.David Dori of Chesapeake High was named most valuable player of the tennis team, which won the Region XX championships and is bound for national play this spring.
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Baltimore Sun Media Group | November 10, 2013
Dulaney's Isabel Griffith and the No. 2 Hereford girls team led a strong Baltimore County showing in the state cross country championships Saturday at McDaniel College. The Hereford girls won their third state title in four years. The Bulls moved down to Class 2A this year and finished with 73 points to beat out Poolesville (102). Sarah Coffey's second-place finish led Hereford. Erin Causey (12th), Lacey Brown (18th), Alicia Kozlowski (21st) and Emily Causey (26th) also gave the Bulls points.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | November 20, 2008
The fall season at River Hill remains a work in progress as the program's undefeated and top-ranked football team chases its second straight Class 2A state championship. With that being said, the Hawks have already made a strong argument with what has been accomplished this fall. The girls soccer team and girls cross country team captured state titles; the boys cross country team finished runner-up; the volleyball team reached the state semifinals; the field hockey team tied Glenelg to get a piece of the Howard County championship; and the boys soccer team reached the county and regional championship games.
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September 27, 1990
Navy's men's cross country team swept a quadrangular meet last week, posting victories over Fordham, Rutgers and C.W. Post.Of the top 10 finishers, eight were Midshipmen, led by sophomore Greg Keller and junior Frank Flores, both of whom crossed the finish line in 25 minutes, 47 seconds.Senior captain Don Brown was third in 26:23 with senior Mike Conover placing fourth in 26:32.Plebe Jeff Luenberger placed fifth in 26:34 while sophomore Todd Washburn and junior Peter Lundblad also posted top-10 finishes.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko | November 18, 1993
Anne Arundel Community College's men's cross country team placed 12th out of 32 teams in last weekend's Division III championships in Canandaigua, N.Y. -- two places lower than the goal that coach Jim Fontaine had set."We wanted to finish in the top 10, so it's a little bit of a disappointment," he said. "But overall, we had a real good season and I'm proud of the team. We had all freshmen and it was supposed to be a rebuilding year."Dave Oster was the highest Anne Arundel finisher, coming in 35th outof 128 runners on the 8-kilometer course with a time of 29 minutes, 39 seconds.
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By Tom Worgo and Tom Worgo,Contributing writer | January 26, 1992
The success last fall of Howard Community College's cross country team -- which finished fifth nationally for Division III schools -- is raising high hopes for the school's indoor track team."
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October 10, 1991
Navy's men's cross country team lost to 10th-ranked Tennessee, 27-51, but defeated Miami, 51-72, and Indiana, 51-88, in a four-team dual meet last week in Knoxville, Tenn.The Mids were led by junior captain Greg Keller, who finished second overall in 25 minutes, 53 seconds. Senior Ramon Marin was fifth overall with a 26:18 clocking. OtherNavy finishers included sophomore Bruce Fram, 12th in 26:45; junior Luis Molina, 18th in 27:09; junior Jon Taylor, 21st in 27:17; sophomore Jeff Leuenberger, 25th in 27:38; and senior Peter Lundblad, 29th in 27:55.
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By Staff report | December 16, 1990
WESTMINSTER - Several Western Maryland College student-athletes were honored by the Middle Atlantic Conference for their work both on the field and in the classroom.Green Terror volleyball player Diana Palmer was named to the MAC all-star team after leading Western Maryland to its second straight Southwest Section title and the runner-up spot in the conference's post-season tournament.Overall, the team finished 33-8 to run its string of consecutive winning seasons to 19.Palmer, a 5-foot-8 senior tri-captain, was the team leader in kills with 380, solo blocks with 12 and digs with 409. The two-time MAC All-Star also compiled 48 service aces, nine block assists and a .276 hitting percentage.
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By Steve Jones | December 15, 2012
The only place where Hannah Oneda is just a face in the crowd is in Sports Illustrated. That's where the Westminster resident landed this week. After leading the Johns Hopkins University women's cross country team to its first national championship, Oneda's photo and a paragraph on her freshman accomplishments graced the "Faces in the Crowd" section of the nation's premier sports magazine. While the national notoriety is something new for Oneda, distance-running championships are not. In her four years at Winters Mill High, Oneda won nine titles in cross country and track and field.
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October 31, 2011
In a driving snowstorm, the Howard Community College cross country men's and women's teams captured titles at the Region XX/Maryland JUCO Championships. Mary Rzegocki led the women with a second place finish in a time of 22 minutes, 8 seconds. She was followed by Leslie Dickens (sixth in 24:14), Madison Hoover (10th in 26:32), Destiny Jones (14th in 28:34) and Reenae Winfree (18th in 29:22). This was the third regional title for the women and their first Maryland JUCO title.
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July 29, 2011
Men's and women's cross country have been added as intercollegiate varsity sports beginning with the 2011 fall season, Harford Community College announced Thursday. The Harford Athletic Department previously sponsored cross country as a club sport for the past three years. "Cross country is a great addition to our menu of varsity sports, allowing opportunities for both men and women," Harford Athletics Director Ken Krsolovic said. "We will have a good opportunity to be very competitive right away, which truly excites us. " While always keeping Title IX and gender equity issues on the docket, this addition will give the Fighting Owls 14 intercollegiate sports teams, seven men's teams and seven women's teams, that all compete at the Division I level of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA)
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By Sports Digest | October 17, 2010
colleges UMES teams finish third at Blue and Gold Invitational In preparation for the coming Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Championship, the UMES men's and women's cross country teams ran to a third-place finish in the University of Delaware Blue and Gold Invitational, held at White Clay Creek State Park in Newark, Del., on Saturday. Both squads were once again led by sophomore Basil Melek and junior Cynthia Anais . Melek finished the men's eight-kilometer race in a time of 26 minutes, 16.44 seconds, which was good for fourth place overall.
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December 10, 2009
• Tom Carpenter, Winters Mill, senior • Austin Clark, Glenelg, senior • John Lobo, Loyola, senior • Constantine Matsakis, Mount Hebron, senior • Will Meadows, Gilman, sophomore • Shane O'Donnell, Annapolis, junior • Matthew Pacheco, Atholton, senior • Kikanae Punyua, Wilde Lake, junior • Ryan...
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | October 7, 1993
Jeff Cannada beat arthroscopic knee surgery a year ago. Then he beat a series of nagging injuries that followed the surgery -- a bad hip, a bad back.Now, feeling 100 percent healthy, he consistently is beating some of the area's top runners.That's no surprise. Cannada, an Arizona native who lives in Columbia, has the kind of speed that made him a three-time college All-American in track and cross country.His latest victory was in the hilly Zoo Zoom 5-Miler, but this summer he also won the Bon-Ton 5-Miler in York, Pa., the Bel Air Town Run 5K and the Caribbean 5K Run in Baltimore.
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By Steve Jones | December 15, 2012
The only place where Hannah Oneda is just a face in the crowd is in Sports Illustrated. That's where the Westminster resident landed this week. After leading the Johns Hopkins University women's cross country team to its first national championship, Oneda's photo and a paragraph on her freshman accomplishments graced the "Faces in the Crowd" section of the nation's premier sports magazine. While the national notoriety is something new for Oneda, distance-running championships are not. In her four years at Winters Mill High, Oneda won nine titles in cross country and track and field.
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