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August 17, 2004
JOHN T. DADDS JR., age 34, of Deltaville, formerly of Baltimore, MD, died Saturday, August 14, 2004. He is survived by his mother, Shirley Mc Millan of Baltimore, MD, step-mother, Melinda Dadds of Deltaville, one sister, Deborah Givot and her husband, David of Los Angeles, CA, and a niece, Lauren Hannah Givot. Private Funeral Services were held.
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By PETER HERMANN | April 3, 2009
They broke in on a Friday and took the first marble fireplace mantel, prying it off a brick wall with a crowbar. They visited again Saturday and took the second marble fireplace mantel. They came back Sunday and took an ornate cast-iron pipe that siphoned off smoke. Finally, the owner, illustrator Jerry Dadds, bought a ladder, climbed to the 14-foot ceiling and took down a handcrafted chandelier decorated with angels and etched-glass globes. "They'll come back for that next," he surmised.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | February 10, 1994
With Northeast graduate Debbi Dadds leading the way, Anne Arundel Community College's women's basketball team remained undaunted -- and undefeated -- through a difficult stretch of games.On Saturday, the Pioneers (14-0) received 23 points and 17 rebounds from Dadds in a 69-60 victory at Catonsville.Chesapeake graduate Denise Perrone and Southern grad Lindee Sisk each had 13 points, as Anne Arundel took a 30-29 lead at halftime, increased the margin to 10 and then held on despite losing Perrone and Arundel grad Alina Smith to fouls late in the second half.
NEWS
August 17, 2004
JOHN T. DADDS JR., age 34, of Deltaville, formerly of Baltimore, MD, died Saturday, August 14, 2004. He is survived by his mother, Shirley Mc Millan of Baltimore, MD, step-mother, Melinda Dadds of Deltaville, one sister, Deborah Givot and her husband, David of Los Angeles, CA, and a niece, Lauren Hannah Givot. Private Funeral Services were held.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | February 9, 1994
Whatever doubts still lingered about whether Debbi Dadds would be able to resume playing basketball were mostly erased in one game.The numbers: 24 points and 12 rebounds in Anne Arundel Community College's season-opener against Dundalk CC in late November.Her right knee, which had undergone surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament nearly two years before, had withstood the rigors of practice. She could live with the swelling and the ice treatments. She could get used to wearing a brace.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | December 14, 1994
Debbie Dadds (Northeast) scored 16 to pace host Anne Arundel Community College (6-0, 3-0) to a 64-53 victory over Allegany CC (1-4) in a Maryland JuCo League women's game last night.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | January 22, 1991
Their playing styles and personalities could not be more different, but the one common denominator linking Northeast's 5-foot-11 Stephanie Lazor and 5-10 Debbi Dadds is productivity on the basketball court.The similarity there is uncanny.Lazor is averaging 17 points and 16 rebounds a game for the Eagles, who lost to Mount Hebron of Howard County in the 2A state semifinals last year. Dadds also is in double figures in both categories, averaging nearly 14 points and 18 rebounds.Together, they've allowedNortheast to withstand the graduation of its leading scorer, Monica Everett, and early-season injuries to its backcourt, and post an 8-5 record going into Friday's rematch with Southern.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | February 28, 1994
Debbie Dadds (Northeast) scored a game-high 25 points and Lindee Sisk (Southern-AA) added 17, lifting Anne Arundel Community College to a 76-64 victory over Frederick Community College in the championship game of the Maryland JuCo tournament yesterday at Dundalk Community College.Dadds was named the tournament's MVP, joining Sisk and teammate Denise Perrone (Chesapeake-AA) on the all-tournament team.Laeisha Cooper scored 23 and Theresa Arnett 13 for Frederick. Both were also named to the all-tournament team.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | December 15, 1991
When his best player, center Debbi Dadds, picked up her fourth foul less than a minute into the second half, Northeast girls basketball coach Calvin Vain made the only move he could.He left Dadds in thegame.Though unable to challenge every North County player or pass thatventured inside, the 5-foot-11 senior grew more effective as time wore on -- even if her team didn't."I felt at that point, if I tookDeb out, the game would get away from us," Vain said, after the visiting Knights prevailed, 58-47, Friday afternoon, for Northeast's first loss in three games.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | January 14, 1992
Calvin Vain has seen his Northeast girls basketball team handle the weaker competition this season, something it struggled to do in the past."In other years, we'd let them stay with us," he said.Yesterday's game didn't provide a weaker opponent, but it did give Vain one of his biggest wins in his five years at Northeast.Senior center Debbi Dadds hit a 16-foot fall-away jumper with five seconds left to cap a furious comeback and give the host Eagles a 44-43 upset victory over Broadneck in a Bay Division game.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | December 14, 1994
Debbie Dadds (Northeast) scored 16 to pace host Anne Arundel Community College (6-0, 3-0) to a 64-53 victory over Allegany CC (1-4) in a Maryland JuCo League women's game last night.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | February 28, 1994
Debbie Dadds (Northeast) scored a game-high 25 points and Lindee Sisk (Southern-AA) added 17, lifting Anne Arundel Community College to a 76-64 victory over Frederick Community College in the championship game of the Maryland JuCo tournament yesterday at Dundalk Community College.Dadds was named the tournament's MVP, joining Sisk and teammate Denise Perrone (Chesapeake-AA) on the all-tournament team.Laeisha Cooper scored 23 and Theresa Arnett 13 for Frederick. Both were also named to the all-tournament team.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | February 10, 1994
With Northeast graduate Debbi Dadds leading the way, Anne Arundel Community College's women's basketball team remained undaunted -- and undefeated -- through a difficult stretch of games.On Saturday, the Pioneers (14-0) received 23 points and 17 rebounds from Dadds in a 69-60 victory at Catonsville.Chesapeake graduate Denise Perrone and Southern grad Lindee Sisk each had 13 points, as Anne Arundel took a 30-29 lead at halftime, increased the margin to 10 and then held on despite losing Perrone and Arundel grad Alina Smith to fouls late in the second half.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | February 9, 1994
Whatever doubts still lingered about whether Debbi Dadds would be able to resume playing basketball were mostly erased in one game.The numbers: 24 points and 12 rebounds in Anne Arundel Community College's season-opener against Dundalk CC in late November.Her right knee, which had undergone surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament nearly two years before, had withstood the rigors of practice. She could live with the swelling and the ice treatments. She could get used to wearing a brace.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | December 3, 1992
The transition started late last season, and it continues into the winter.Northeast's girls basketball team was rolling along at 12-6 last year when it lost 5-foot-11 center Debbi Dadds to a knee injury in the second quarter of a Feb. 18 game against Arundel. She was averaging 17.1 points and 16.5 rebounds and gave the Eagles an intimidating figure in the middle.Her absence proved devastating. Northeast dropped its last five games without Dadds, ending any hopes the team had of going to the state Class 2A tournament.
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | January 14, 1992
Calvin Vain has seen his Northeast girls basketball team handle the weaker competition this season, something it struggled to do in the past."In other years, we'd let them stay with us," he said.Yesterday's game didn't provide a weaker opponent, but it did give Vain one of his biggest wins in his five years at Northeast.Senior center Debbi Dadds hit a 16-foot fall-away jumper with five seconds left to cap a furious comeback and give the host Eagles a 44-43 upset victory over Broadneck in a Bay Division game.
NEWS
By PETER HERMANN | April 3, 2009
They broke in on a Friday and took the first marble fireplace mantel, prying it off a brick wall with a crowbar. They visited again Saturday and took the second marble fireplace mantel. They came back Sunday and took an ornate cast-iron pipe that siphoned off smoke. Finally, the owner, illustrator Jerry Dadds, bought a ladder, climbed to the 14-foot ceiling and took down a handcrafted chandelier decorated with angels and etched-glass globes. "They'll come back for that next," he surmised.
NEWS
December 7, 1990
Head coach: Calvin Vain (fourth season)Assistants: Bob Lemire and Dennis Snyder1989-1990 record: 19-7, lost to Mount Hebron in the state semifinals.Returnees: Seniors Stephanie Lazor (center-forward), Kristy Zulka (guard), Tammy Kuebel (guard) and Debbi Dadds (center); juniors Jenn Vickery (guard) and Stacy Reynolds (guard).Newcomers: Junior Jenelle Williams (guard); sophomores Kathleen Smith (guard) and April Hensley (forward).Coach's outlook: "With the graduation of Monica Everett, Heather Kotula and Crissy Sisk, we lost about 25 points per game and a great deal of athletic ability and strength.
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | December 15, 1991
When his best player, center Debbi Dadds, picked up her fourth foul less than a minute into the second half, Northeast girls basketball coach Calvin Vain made the only move he could.He left Dadds in thegame.Though unable to challenge every North County player or pass thatventured inside, the 5-foot-11 senior grew more effective as time wore on -- even if her team didn't."I felt at that point, if I tookDeb out, the game would get away from us," Vain said, after the visiting Knights prevailed, 58-47, Friday afternoon, for Northeast's first loss in three games.
NEWS
By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff writer | February 17, 1991
Having lost rebounding leader Debbi Dadds for last Tuesday's loss toChesapeake, the last thing Northeast head coach Calvin Vain needed was to have his leading scorer out for the season.With 5 minutes, 35 seconds remaining in the third quarter of Friday's South River-Northeast girls basketball game, Stephanie Lazor went down in a heap after going for a layup against South River's Tracy Zettle. The 5-11 senior began writhing in pain, clutching her heavily wrapped right knee.All Vain could see at that moment was the end of Lazor's career.
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