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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 6, 1996
Let's tee it up. High school football is back!Fourteen games involving Anne Arundel County teams are on tap (11 today) this weekend. Only Old Mill at Broadneck, 7: 30 tonight, matches two county teams.The county's ranked teams -- No. 4 North County, No. 6 St. Mary's, No. 8 Arundel and No. 13 Meade all face tough opponents in their respective openers on the road save for St. Mary's.Anne Arundel Community College is the site of tomorrow's 7 p.m. opener for the Saints vs. Laurel's Pallotti. St. Mary's blanked Pallotti, 14-0, on the way to a 7-3 season in '95.Second team All-County linebacker Monte Graves (6-foot-2 and 240 pounds)
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 22, 2013
The Arundel girls soccer team's priority in Tuesday's Anne Arundel County championship game against rival Broadneck was a fast start. The No. 3 Wildcats also spent extra time in practice defending corner kicks and long throws, which have been reliable sources of offense for the No. 2 Bruins throughout the season. It all paid off. With senior All-Metro forward Clarissa Kirsch-Downs providing the offense with a ninth-minute goal and the defense holding firm the rest of the way, Arundel earned a 1-0 win to capture the program's second county championship.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 24, 1998
How good is Anne Arundel County high school football? After three weeks, county teams have gone 3-19 overall and been outscored 571-296 against non-county teams. The county's largest schools, the Class 4A teams, are 3-13, outscored 402-245.Normally the team to knock off non-county foes, North County has taken the worst beating, outscored 103-47 in its two non-county losses.Not one of the county's eight Class 4A schools has a winning record. A few games were played against other county schools, and overall Annapolis, Meade, North County, Old Mill and Severna Park stand at 1-2 each.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2013
Back in April, the Glen Burnie softball team managed to bust out of its early-season funk to forge a path that would lead all the way to Saturday's Class 4A state final in College Park. Once there, however, the Gophers simply couldn't pull off another turnaround. Sherwood from Montgomery County scored three runs against Glen Burnie starting pitcher Ali Moos in the first inning, and the Gophers never recovered in a 5-0 loss at the University of Maryland. First baseman Megan McDonough had a double, triple and three RBIs for the Warriors, who extended their winning streak to 42 straight games in capturing their second straight state title.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD AND KATHERINE DUNN | June 2, 2000
Player of the Year Jamie Clingan, IND: In arguably the area's best league, the A Conference of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland, Clingan was among the elite. She batted .367 with five doubles, two triples, a homer, 10 RBIs and 27 stolen bases for the Indians, who placed second to No. 1 Spalding during the regular season. A first-team pick by IAAM A coaches, Clingan started all four years on varsity, claiming the school record for hits (105) and stolen bases (72). Considered one of the area's best infielders, Clingan made one error at second base all spring.
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By Ed McDonough | December 8, 1991
Time to clean out the notebook from a glorious fall season for Carroll high school sports teams.The three state title trophies luggedhome by county teams in the recently completed season was one of thestate's best showings.Howard County -- with eight schools, the state's official fall sports powerhouse -- copped eight titles, winning at least one in everyfall sport but field hockey and golf. Howard County's Centennial High won three state titles alone.Two other counties -- Montgomery and Frederick -- each won four state titles.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | October 3, 1993
Have you noticed how well Anne Arundel County's public school football teams have done this season against teams from outside the county?Have you also noticed the dramatically increasing passing numbers,which could be the answer to the county's success?Simply put, county teams are passing more and winning more. Going into this weekend, county public high schools were 17-12 against outside opposition.Eight of the 12 county public high schools are Class 4A and they finished playing out-of-county teams by going 12-7 overall and will play only county teams the rest of the way.Class 3A Broadneck and the three Class 2A teams -- Northeast, Southern and South River -- have games left with non-county teams.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 3, 1996
High school sports often go in cycles, and for Carroll County public school boys basketball teams, the cycle has been down )) the past few years.The county teams have struggled a lot during that time. No teams have been able to step out and dominate in the county or in their conferences.In fact, Liberty was the lone county team to post a .500 record last year -- and the Lions were just 12-11 in the school's first winning season since 1983. County teams had a combined 41-68 record last season.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 19, 1996
Carroll Baseball 1996 has a tough act to follow.From Westminster's 20-3 season that included eight one-run, come-from-behind wins in the seventh inning or beyond to South Carroll's incredible run into the state final to just one county team (North Carroll, by .02 of a percentage point) missing the playoffs, the spring of 1995 was something special on the Carroll diamonds."We had a lot of good athletes in the county last season, and it made for good baseball all the way around," said Westminster co-coach Carl Rihard.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Lem Satterfield | September 23, 2003
Harford County officials have canceled all nine football games scheduled for last week involving county teams. The unplayed games won't hurt county teams in their pursuit of the playoffs, which, under normal circumstances, require a team to play a 10-game schedule. For extenuating circumstances, such as last fall's sniper situation, the state association, according to executive secretary Ned Sparks, also uses a state-mandated minimum nine-game format geared for allowing teams to qualify when contests are lost due to situations that result from emergencies or hardship, such as last week's hurricane.
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The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2013
The Baltimore County baseball coaches released their 2013 picks for top players, coaches and all-county teams earlier this week. The full list is below. 2013 Baltimore County baseball awards Baltimore County Player of the Year: Sam Stark, Towson, senior Baltimore County Pitcher of the Year: Matt Evans, Eastern Tech, senior Baltimore County Offensive Player of the Year: Kris Ewers, Dulaney, senior Divisional Coaches of the Year: Division I -- Rich Hambor, Catonsville; Division II -- Brad Eastham, Towson; Division III -- Brian Powell, Dundalk Sportsmanship Award: Division I -- Hereford; Division II -- Loch Raven; Division III -- Chesapeake-BC All-Baltimore County first team Pitcher: John Klein, Catonsville, junior Pitcher: Matt Evans, Eastern Tech, senior Pitcher: Aidan Miller, Towson, senior Infielder: Kyle Kershner, Towson, senior Infielder: Tyler Silbersack, Franklin, junior Infielder: Sam Stark, Towson, senior Infielder: Kris Ewers, Dulaney, senior Infielder: Tyler Smith, Western Tech, senior Infielder: Jay Patti, Hereford, senior Infielder: Logan Countryman, Loch Raven, senior Infielder: Cody Gwinn, Eastern Tech, junior Outfielder: Ryan Silcott, Franklin, senior Outfielder: Bobby Donald, Dulaney, senior Outfielder: Paul Walter, Eastern Tech, senior Outfielder: Robbie Wheelton, Catonsville,...
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By Steve Jones | July 26, 2012
Hundreds of swimmers are descending upon London for the 2012 Summer Olympics, but the sport also enjoyed a crowning moment in the local summer season this week in Hampstead. On Wednesday, July 25, a group of nearly 1,000 swimmers competed in the Central Maryland Swim League Straehle championship meet, and a handful of Carroll County athletes took home gold, silver and bronze medals - at least some with aspirations of one day mirroring their counterparts across the pond. "I want to go to the Olympics," said Allison Tomsuden, 10, a swimmer from South Carroll who swims during the winter at the same North Baltimore Aquatic Club that has produced Olympians Michael Phelps and Katie Hoff.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2012
Here's a look at the Anne Arundel All-Coounty boys basketball teams, as voted by the coaches (public schools): 1st Team Jourdan Stickler   (SR) Annapolis David Nicholson   (SR) Arundel Bradon Spain       (SR) Glen Burnie Darnell Soloman  (SR) Broadneck Gavin Salmond    (SR) Old Mill 2nd Team Delazo Smith      (JR) Annapolis Will Brown         (SR) Glen Burnie Aaron Brown      (JR) Meade Darien Bryant    (Soph)
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By Mike Frainie, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2012
The Maryland swimming community welcomed Montgomery County schools to their first state Class 4A-3A championships on Saturday. The new teams proved to be up to the task, sweeping all 22 of the events. The newcomers also set 4A-3A state championship records in 16 events. The meet's top individual finisher was Walter Johnson's Garrett Powell. The senior won the 500 freestyle (4 minutes, 27.83 seconds), the 100 backstroke (51.79) and the anchor leg of the 400 freestyle relay (3:12.25)
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November 16, 2011
Following is the All-Howard County football team, as selected by the county's coaches Wednesday. ( NOTE: The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro team will be announced early next month.)   OFFENSE Player of the Year: Devon Paye, Hammond, RB First Team QB: Brian McMahon, Atholton RB: Aaron Wells, River Hill RB: Allen Cross, Long Reach RB: Kenny Thomas, Atholton WR: Joey Usher, Reservoir WR: Dominic Drew, Oakland Mills WR: Dequan Ellison, Atholton TE: Tom Klotz, Wilde Lake OL: John Pickett, Long Reach OL: Paul Federinko, Atholton OL: Kyle Jackson, Hammond OL: Justin Lee, Reservoir OL: Karrs Johnson, River Hill K: Luke Brister, Glenelg A/P: Raamah Vaughn, River Hill Second Team QB: E.J. Montgomery, Reservoir RB: Michael Anderson, Howard RB: Joey Bonavitacola, Howard RB: Chancy Waters, Wilde Lake WR: Jordan Mynatt, Wilde Lake WR: David Brookhart, Glenelg WR: Robert Armstrong, Reservoir TE: Olumide Sokoya, Long Reach OL: Jack Friedman, Howard OL: Zach Plotkin, Atholton OL: Eric Handy, Wilde Lake OL: Lyle Fugate, Marriotts Ridge OL: Derek Sicca, Hammond OL: Tommy Testoff, River Hill K: Brett Haas, Atholton A/P: Morgan Powell, Atholton DEFENSE ...
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September 3, 2011
Having gone the entire 2010 season without winning a game, the Aberdeen Eagles started their 2011 football campaign on a completely different note, beating the visiting Edgewood Rams, 51-20, Friday night. The game marked Aberdeen's first victory under new head coach Johnny Brooks, who ran the Havre de Grace Warriors' program for 13 years before deciding to take over the Eagles earlier this year. Aberdeen posted eight points in the opening frame, then scored three touchdowns in the second frame, and heading into the half-time break the hosts were leading, 32-12.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1997
Another season, another disaster in the Maryland state football playoffs for Anne Arundel County teams.With Annapolis losing in the Class 4A playoffs by 33-14 to High Point and Broadneck in Class 3A by 34-20 to Friendly, county teams made another fast exit.Anne Arundel County has won only three state titles -- Arundel (1975), Annapolis (1978) and North County (1994) -- since the state tournament began in 1974 with four teams in each class. This year's 0-2 leaves county teams with a cumulative 15-41 record.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2000
Atholton's girls soccer team ended a 15-game regular-season winless streak against county teams yesterday with a convincing 3-0 victory at Howard. Junior midfielder Jessica Bejm scored her second and third goals of the season and freshman forward Tessa Laidig added a goal just seconds before the game ended as the Raiders (3-7-1 overall, 1-5-1) won for the second time against a county opponent in the last four years. Atholton came close to ending the streak earlier this season. The Raiders lost to No. 12 Centennial, 2-1, in two overtimes, tied Oakland Mills, 1-1, and last week dropped a 1-0 decision in double overtime to ninth-ranked Mount Hebron.
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August 15, 2011
Experienced volleyball players are needed for women's teams and co-ed teams that play in Prince George's County's fall volleyball leagues. Female setters experienced in 5-1 and 6-2 play are needed for a team that finished in first place for the winter/spring season. Full-time and substitute middle hitters are also needed. Male power hitters/blockers are needed for a co-ed team that plays on Sundays. League play begins the end of September. Contact Diane at 301-776-3805.
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By Andrew Conrad | May 31, 2011
The Howard County public school baseball coaches got together on Wednesday afternoon to select the 2011 All-County team, and here are the results. (The Howard County Times/Columbia Flier baseball All-County story will be published in June, and may or may not differ from the coaches’ team) Player of the Year:  T.J. Pipik, Reservoir senior, SS/RHP. Pitcher of the Year:  Paul Beers, Atholton senior, RHP/C. First team Pitcher:  Kyle Alexander, Reservoir senior Pitcher:  Josh Martin, Atholton junior Catcher:  Tim Benjamin, Glenelg senior First base:  David Menker, Marriotts Ridge junior Middle infield:  Kory Britton, Atholton senior Middle infield:  Evan Griffin, River Hill sophomore Middle infield:  Raul Shah, Mt. Hebron junior Third base:  Danny Caddigan, River Hill senior Outfield:  Ben Ferraro, Marriotts Ridge junior Outfield:  Andrew Giuliani, Mt. Hebron senior Outfield:  Jon Thews, Atholton senior Utility:  Thomas Mee, Wilde Lake sophomore catcher/outfielder Second team Pitcher:  Lee Lawler, Reservoir junior Pitcher:  Patrick Watson, Marriotts Ridge senior Catcher:  Matt Shiflett, Hammond senior First base:  Garret Kurtz, Centennial junior Middle infield:  Colin Dyer, Howard junior Middle infield:  Shane Kellaher, Glenelg...
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