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By PAT O'MALLEY | June 4, 1997
Player of the YearDanny Miller, Old Mill, senior, pitcher/outfielder: After being cut as a freshman and not getting to pitch until his senior year, Miller truly showed the Old Mill coaches what they had missed. Few seniors have ever closed the way Miller did. A 5-foot-9, 150-pound ball of fire, Miller went 10-0 (one shy of school record) with a county-leading 104 strikeouts and a 1.09 ERA in 64 innings. He pitched a no-hitter vs. eventual state champion Chesapeake, beating the heavy-hitting Cougars 2-0 and missing a perfect game on a strike three passed ball.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2000
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- As his fellow Maryland basketball starters carried Atlantic Coast Conference honors to the league tournament yesterday, Danny Miller packed his usual humility. Again. The only McDonald's high school All-American on the Terrapins' roster, Miller has become the team's silent partner, sacrificing his offensive game and accepting roles few seem to recognize. So although he has yet to crack the headlines, where would Maryland be without this sophomore forward/defensive specialist/peacemaker?
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | April 1, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- With Steve Francis departing for the NBA as expected, Maryland will be minus half of the 12 scholarship players it used this season, but coach Gary Williams expects to make a run at a seventh straight bid in the NCAA tournament in 2000."
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | November 10, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland superstar Terence Morris showed why he is one of the nation's premier players despite a cold, but it was the rest of the young Terrapins that had a more timely recovery.Although Morris scored 34 points and grabbed 20 rebounds, Maryland showcased its resiliency without his offense, going on a 17-2 run in a 6 1/2-minute stretch late in the second half to pull away with a 105-98 exhibition victory last night over the California All-Stars at Cole Field House.Morris, who is expected to be named a preseason first-team All-American this morning, paced the Terrapins during a tough first half yet had only two free throws during that crucial span.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | November 10, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland superstar Terence Morris showed why he is one of the nation's premier players despite a cold, but it was the rest of the young Terrapins that had a more timely recovery.Although Morris scored 34 points and grabbed 20 rebounds, Maryland showcased its resiliency without his offense, going on a 17-2 run in a 6 1/2-minute stretch late in the second half to pull away with a 105-98 exhibition victory last night over the California All-Stars at Cole Field House.Morris, who is expected to be named a preseason first-team All-American this morning, paced the Terrapins during a tough first half yet had only two free throws during that crucial span.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2000
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- As his fellow Maryland basketball starters carried Atlantic Coast Conference honors to the league tournament yesterday, Danny Miller packed his usual humility. Again. The only McDonald's high school All-American on the Terrapins' roster, Miller has become the team's silent partner, sacrificing his offensive game and accepting roles few seem to recognize. So although he has yet to crack the headlines, where would Maryland be without this sophomore forward/defensive specialist/peacemaker?
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June 8, 2011
For some old-fashioned fun, bring the family to the bike decorating contest and parade followed by an ice cream social Friday, June 10, 6:30-8:30 p.m., at the Laurel Armory Anderson and Murphy Community Center, 422 Montgomery St. Kids can decorate their bikes and scooters inside the armory (bike helmets must be worn). Then a parade starts at 7:15 p.m. on Montgomery Street between Fourth and Fifth streets. Ice cream social follows the parade. Sponsored by the Laurel Department of Parks and Recreation, and Laurel Police Department.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2003
Curley junior Danny Miller had a big night in two weight classes for the Friars' wrestling team in last night's 33-29 upset at 10th-ranked Calvert Hall. The 112-pound version scored a second-period pin during a run in which the unranked Friars won six of the first seven bouts to build a 26-2 lead; and his 171-pound namesake clinched the victory in the evening's final bout, earning an 11-3 decision over Justin Snyder that broke a 29-29 tie. "When you see that my little brother's named Dan, and then having a big Miller named Dan [unrelated]
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December 6, 2002
A look back The Terps rolled over Duquesne, 89-39, on Saturday night at Comcast Center, then held double-digit leads in each half before falling to Indiana in overtime, 80-74, on Tuesday night at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. A look ahead Maryland will face Notre Dame and ex-Terp Danny Miller tomorrow in the first round of the BB&T Classic at MCI Center. With a victory, the Terps would play the winner of George Washington-Texas in Sunday's title game. Worth watching When will senior power forward Tahj Holden emerge from his early-season funk?
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March 23, 2003
Where's the help? Missouri: Rickey Pauld ing, Arthur Johnson combine for 64 points, but other starters are 4-for-27. He said it "We are a very dangerous team." Jim Calhoun, Connecticut coach, whose team has won five of its past six games. The Huskies are in the Sweet 16 for the ninth time since 1990. Who's hot Notre Dame: Hit a team tourney-record 13 threes, with five coming from ex-Terp Danny Miller. Who's not Tulsa: Ahead 58-45, the Golden Hurricane scores two points in the final 4:08 and loses.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | April 1, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- With Steve Francis departing for the NBA as expected, Maryland will be minus half of the 12 scholarship players it used this season, but coach Gary Williams expects to make a run at a seventh straight bid in the NCAA tournament in 2000."
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By PAT O'MALLEY | June 4, 1997
Player of the YearDanny Miller, Old Mill, senior, pitcher/outfielder: After being cut as a freshman and not getting to pitch until his senior year, Miller truly showed the Old Mill coaches what they had missed. Few seniors have ever closed the way Miller did. A 5-foot-9, 150-pound ball of fire, Miller went 10-0 (one shy of school record) with a county-leading 104 strikeouts and a 1.09 ERA in 64 innings. He pitched a no-hitter vs. eventual state champion Chesapeake, beating the heavy-hitting Cougars 2-0 and missing a perfect game on a strike three passed ball.
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February 8, 2006
Sport Wrestling David Miller, Archbishop Curley BOYS STATS -- The 135-pound senior won 26 of his first 37 matches - with 18 pins - over a difficult schedule. After missing all but the season-opening tournament with a broken right leg last season, Miller has returned as a team captain for the No. 3 Friars and has placed fifth or higher in every tournament Curley has entered. SIDELINES -- A B student, Miller is the younger brother of 2002 Curley graduate Rob Miller and 2005 graduate Danny Miller, each of whom placed second at the private schools state tournament.
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November 1, 2004
pickup truck flipped over and he was thrown from it, Maryland State Police said. Danny Lee Miller, 28, of the first block of Patrick Ward Drive in Theodore, was driving his 2004 Ford pickup on Principio Road approaching Ebenezer Church Road in College Green about 2:30 a.m. when the accident occurred, said Sgt. John Blades of the North East barracks. Police found open containers of alcohol in the truck, Blades said.
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