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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 2, 1996
Booth Farwell scored four unassisted goals in the second half and goalie Geoff Champney came up with 16 saves as No. 8 Dulaney overwhelmed 13th-ranked Towson, 8-2, in last night's Baltimore County Lacrosse Classic at Towson State University.Dulaney, which made it to the state semifinals last season before losing to eventual champion Arundel, never trailed in this one, thanks to Champney, who set the tone early by stopping everything sent his way."I really believe the difference in this game was the first three minutes of the game," said Towson coach Randy Dase, who saw Champney come up with 11 saves in the first half.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 12, 2004
Statistics often can be misleading in sports, but the Fallston boys soccer team's numbers paint a clear picture of how dominant the team has been this season and why the second-ranked Cougars are in tomorrow's Class 3A state semifinal. It begins with the offense that No. 4 River Hill will have to worry about in tomorrow's 1:30 p.m. matchup at Tuscarora High in Frederick County. Fallston has blitzed most opponents, with an amazing, 63-3 edge in goals this season. Then comes the defense.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 2, 1997
This time, the stakes were different. For one of the few times in series history, last night's Towson-Dulaney Lacrosse Classic didn't decide the Baltimore County championship.At Towson State's chilly, blustery Minnegan Stadium, however, the 12th-ranked Lions still managed to find plenty of motivation en route to a 6-3 win before an estimated crowd of 1,000."We've still got the rivalry going, and we were still fired up for them," said Dulaney attackman Bill Kauffman. "We know it's always going to be a tough, tough game."
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | October 29, 1993
Towson scored a big victory against Overlea yesterday. To keep their season going, the Generals must do it again on Tuesday.Ian Wildey recorded his second hat trick of the week, as No. 14 Towson defeated host and No. 9 Overlea, 4-1, to wrap up the Baltimore County 1A-2A League title and the second seed in the Class 2A North Region playoffs.The playoffs start for Towson (9-1, 9-1) when it plays host to third-seeded Overlea (8-3-1, 7-3) on Tuesday at 3 p.m. An Overlea victory would have given the Falcons the home field for Tuesday's game.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | May 22, 1994
Towson High seniors Spencer Ford and Dan Ross each scored six goals in the first half of yesterday's Class 1A-2A state semifinal at UMBC.By the time the game ended Ford and Ross each had collected seven goals and three assists, and the Generals had beaten the fourth-seeded Trojans of Kent County High, 18-10.The victory extended the Generals' winning streak to 43 games, keeping alive their s hopes for a third consecutive state title."My kids have a problem with the word respect. If they're not playing Calvert Hall or Dulaney or St. Paul's, they have problems sometimes, and they never heard of Kent before so the respect factor came in," said Towson coach Randy Dase, whose team will meet third-seeded North Harford, a 10-7 winner over Oakland Mills, in Wednesday's 6 p.m. final at UMBC Stadium.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | September 22, 1993
After finishing .500 last season and losing six of their top players to graduation, the Sparrows Point Pointers were supposed to be in a rebuilding phase.Don't tell that to No. 13 Towson.The Generals traveled to Sparrows Point yesterday only to find themselves in an all-out, end-to-end battle with the Pointers, falling behind by two goals before rallying for a 4-3 win on a goal by Ian Wildey in double overtime."I'm still a little stunned," said Generals coach Randy Dase, whose team, which dominated most of its preseason scrimmages, trailed for a large portion of the game.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | October 6, 1993
Towson striker Ian Wildey wasn't sure he would play until hours before game time yesterday.Sporting a silver splint that covered a "severely fractured" left ring finger, the senior had been warned by doctors to sit it out and not risk further damage.But Wildey decided to ignore the warnings. Fourteenth-ranked Loch Raven wishes he hadn't.Broken finger and all, Wildey played end-to-end soccer and scored a hat trick to lead the Generals to a 4-1 win in the Baltimore County 1A-2A League.The injury, which he suffered last week against Owings Mills, didn't affect Wildey until the game's waning moments, when he slipped and fell on his hand.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | May 1, 1994
Making the players around him better isn't something Towson midfielder Spencer Ford tries to do -- it just happens.And as a result, Towson's trophy case just happens to be getting more and more crowded.In his three years at Towson High, Ford has epitomized the term "gamer," helping the Generals win back-to-back 1A-2A state titles in boys lacrosse, as well as a state championship and two region playoff berths in boys soccer.On the lacrosse field this season, Ford has adjusted to the transformation from set-up man to finisher.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Contributing Writer | January 13, 1994
It took Catonsville until the third quarter to get its running game into gear, but the Comets turned on the afterburner shortly after halftime to put away host Towson, 76-59, in a Baltimore County 2A-1A game last night.The Comets (6-4, 4-2) used 26 points by senior guard Ed Garrett, including 10 in the third quarter, to give Art Gamzon his 200th victory as a high school coach."It's just nice to get the 'W'," said Gamzon. "The number of wins I have is immaterial. Hopefully this will be the beginning of a strong January for us."
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | October 20, 1993
For visiting Hereford, getting outshot, 29-10, didn't matter. Nor did coming within several eyelashes of giving up a half-dozen goals.That No. 8 Towson outplayed the unranked Bulls in most aspects of yesterday's Baltimore County 1A-2A League game was of little importance to Hereford coach John Mackert or his players.They scored a 2-0 upset win over the previously unbeaten Generals in a game Mackert said his team had waited for all season.John Wingeart scored off a throw-in by Matt Saunders, and Paul Diangelo put in a penalty kick for the Bulls.
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