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May 15, 2013
The Jarrettsville Lions welcome new member Robert Ronica, center, along with his sponsor, Dan Miller, right, and Club President Dave Goff. Robert, a Jarrettsville native, would like to serve his community.
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May 15, 2013
The Jarrettsville Lions welcome new member Robert Ronica, center, along with his sponsor, Dan Miller, right, and Club President Dave Goff. Robert, a Jarrettsville native, would like to serve his community.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2004
Archbishop Curley sophomore Cameron Torres is not typical of most of his teammates, who virtually grew up wrestling in area junior programs. "I didn't even know wrestling existed as a sport before high school," said Torres, 15, who came out for last year's team at coach Alan Gebhart's urging. "I went 3-14, but I went to camps, stayed with it. Now, I'm 6-2." Torres' dedication paid off with yesterday's 112-pound title in Perry Hall's 18-team tournament. Down by three points with 11 seconds left, he headlocked North Carroll's Josh Trainor for a reversal, three near-fall points and a 10-8 win. "It's the first time I've ever placed in a tournament, let alone won one," Torres said.
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By Childs Walker | childs.walker@baltsun.com | November 20, 2009
Chris Coffland did not compromise. If a job did not give him the chance to do enough good, to dig deep into understanding the human condition, he would not keep it, even if it offered money and stability. If a woman did not please his eye, stimulate his mind and share his passion for art, he could not fall in love. He would not even buy a pair of sunglasses if the label seemed tacky. To understand why the 43-year-old Baltimore native ended up killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan last week, it is important to understand that quality above all. Because settling was never in his marrow, Coffland joined the Army as an intelligence specialist at an age when most men are working 9-to-5 and driving the kids to school.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2004
At 6 feet 3, Archbishop Curley's Daniel Miller literally stands head-and-shoulders above most of his 171-pound opponents. But yesterday, in senior Justin Fitch, a 160-pound regular from visiting 12th-ranked Boys' Latin, the slender senior met a rival who, though shorter, had similar abilities and "was much faster than anyone I've faced." Still, Miller improved to 5-0 with his third pin of the season 30 seconds into overtime. Miller sparked a 55-21 rout by the 10th-ranked Friars (1-0, 1-0 conference)
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December 3, 2004
1. Mount St. Joseph Last season: 16-1, ranked No. 1 The National Preps runners-up have added standouts, such as Danny Whitenak (103). 2. Harford Tech Last season: 15-1, No. 3 Can the Harford County champs dethrone 2A-1A perennial champ Owings Mills? 3. McDonogh Last season: 18-5, No. 4 Middleweight Rob Willey is among three MIAA champs in an Eagles lineup that features junior league champ Josh Fitch (103). 4. South Carroll Last season: 13-1, No. 10 The regional champions are boosted by state place-winners Steve Willingham (112)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2005
Death, taxes and a Jake Bohn headlock are three things you can count on. Archbishop Curley's Daniel Miller knew what to expect from the Mount St. Joseph wrestler. But Miller tempted fate by tying up with Bohn from the opening whistle yesterday. "Everyone knows [the headlock] is what I like to do," said Bohn, a sophomore. "I was surprised he did what he did, but I took what was there." Within seconds, Bohn launched Miller to his back and clamped down with vise-like pressure. Miller struggled, but in 67 seconds, it was over with a slap of the mat. Bohn's 13th pin was unlucky for Miller and his teammates: It was part of a seven-bout sweep in a 44-20 victory as the top-ranked Gaels (14-3, 6-0)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 12, 2005
At 6 feet 4, Tim Jennings of Pallotti often stands out in a crowd. On the wrestling mats this season, he has more than ever. The West Point-bound 215-pounder is 26-3 with 19 pins entering today's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association semifinals at Mount St. Joseph. Jennings has twice been MIAA runner-up and was third at last year's states after winning that title as a sophomore. But after what he calls "a downer" of a junior year, the senior is primed to capture the crown that has twice eluded him. Yesterday's pin and a major decision earned Jennings his 15th and 16th straight wins, a run including a victory over DeMatha's two-time private schools champion Ken Jefferson.
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By Childs Walker | childs.walker@baltsun.com | November 20, 2009
Chris Coffland did not compromise. If a job did not give him the chance to do enough good, to dig deep into understanding the human condition, he would not keep it, even if it offered money and stability. If a woman did not please his eye, stimulate his mind and share his passion for art, he could not fall in love. He would not even buy a pair of sunglasses if the label seemed tacky. To understand why the 43-year-old Baltimore native ended up killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan last week, it is important to understand that quality above all. Because settling was never in his marrow, Coffland joined the Army as an intelligence specialist at an age when most men are working 9-to-5 and driving the kids to school.
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By Chris Goodrich and Chris Goodrich,LA Times | April 2, 1995
"Erskine Caldwell: The Journey From Tobacco Road," by Dan B. Miller. 459 pages. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $30"Erskine Caldwell has performed "One of the greatest disappearing acts in our literary history," writes Dan Miller in the preface to this biography. As late as the early '60s, as his paperback publisher loved to proclaim, he was "The World's Best-Selling Author!" Today he's little more than an academic footnote, known mainly for his earliest novels, "Tobacco Road" and "God's Little Acre.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 12, 2005
At 6 feet 4, Tim Jennings of Pallotti often stands out in a crowd. On the wrestling mats this season, he has more than ever. The West Point-bound 215-pounder is 26-3 with 19 pins entering today's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association semifinals at Mount St. Joseph. Jennings has twice been MIAA runner-up and was third at last year's states after winning that title as a sophomore. But after what he calls "a downer" of a junior year, the senior is primed to capture the crown that has twice eluded him. Yesterday's pin and a major decision earned Jennings his 15th and 16th straight wins, a run including a victory over DeMatha's two-time private schools champion Ken Jefferson.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2005
Death, taxes and a Jake Bohn headlock are three things you can count on. Archbishop Curley's Daniel Miller knew what to expect from the Mount St. Joseph wrestler. But Miller tempted fate by tying up with Bohn from the opening whistle yesterday. "Everyone knows [the headlock] is what I like to do," said Bohn, a sophomore. "I was surprised he did what he did, but I took what was there." Within seconds, Bohn launched Miller to his back and clamped down with vise-like pressure. Miller struggled, but in 67 seconds, it was over with a slap of the mat. Bohn's 13th pin was unlucky for Miller and his teammates: It was part of a seven-bout sweep in a 44-20 victory as the top-ranked Gaels (14-3, 6-0)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2004
Archbishop Curley sophomore Cameron Torres is not typical of most of his teammates, who virtually grew up wrestling in area junior programs. "I didn't even know wrestling existed as a sport before high school," said Torres, 15, who came out for last year's team at coach Alan Gebhart's urging. "I went 3-14, but I went to camps, stayed with it. Now, I'm 6-2." Torres' dedication paid off with yesterday's 112-pound title in Perry Hall's 18-team tournament. Down by three points with 11 seconds left, he headlocked North Carroll's Josh Trainor for a reversal, three near-fall points and a 10-8 win. "It's the first time I've ever placed in a tournament, let alone won one," Torres said.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2004
At 6 feet 3, Archbishop Curley's Daniel Miller literally stands head-and-shoulders above most of his 171-pound opponents. But yesterday, in senior Justin Fitch, a 160-pound regular from visiting 12th-ranked Boys' Latin, the slender senior met a rival who, though shorter, had similar abilities and "was much faster than anyone I've faced." Still, Miller improved to 5-0 with his third pin of the season 30 seconds into overtime. Miller sparked a 55-21 rout by the 10th-ranked Friars (1-0, 1-0 conference)
SPORTS
December 3, 2004
1. Mount St. Joseph Last season: 16-1, ranked No. 1 The National Preps runners-up have added standouts, such as Danny Whitenak (103). 2. Harford Tech Last season: 15-1, No. 3 Can the Harford County champs dethrone 2A-1A perennial champ Owings Mills? 3. McDonogh Last season: 18-5, No. 4 Middleweight Rob Willey is among three MIAA champs in an Eagles lineup that features junior league champ Josh Fitch (103). 4. South Carroll Last season: 13-1, No. 10 The regional champions are boosted by state place-winners Steve Willingham (112)
NEWS
August 5, 2007
Jill and Samuel Bruce Collins of Catonsville are delighted to announce the marriage of their daughter, April Nichole Collins to Christopher Russell Coberth, son of Carol and Gary Coberth, also of Catonsville. The couple was married on Saturday, June 2, 2007. The wedding and reception were held at the Belmont Conference Center in Elkridge, MD, and officiated by the Rev. Arthur Hebbeler, III. Both the bride and groom graduated from Catonsville High School in 1997. April graduated with a BA in Sociology and Elementary education from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, VA in 2001.
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September 22, 1994
Nine Westinghouse Electric Corp. employees were injured yesterday morning after a fire broke out in a materials processing room of the oceanic division near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, authorities said.All the men were members of a volunteer fire brigade for the company, said Dan Miller, the manager of human resources.None of the men appeared to be seriously injured and went to the hospital as a precautionary measure, Mr. Miller said.Six went to Anne Arundel Medical Center, two went to North Arundel Hospital and one went to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center, said Chief Gary Sheckells of the Anne Arundel County Fire Department.
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