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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 17, 1996
Cardinal Gibbons forward Josh Davalli has orally committed to a full Division II basketball scholarship at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell.Davalli, 6 feet 6 and a first-team All-Metro pick, averaged 20.6 points, 10.2 rebounds and 3.8 assists to earn All-Catholic League honors for the second straight year.He scored a school-record 92 three-pointers.A member of the National Honor Society with a 3.6 grade-point average, Davalli was recruited by Army, Bucknell, Dayton, Maryland, Navy, Penn State, Towson State, UMBC, Creighton, Robert Morris and St. Frances.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | February 6, 2009
Loyola basketball coach Josh Davalli put it best when discussing the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoff picture: "There's seven good teams and only six spots, so somebody is going to miss out. We don't want to be that team." ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/varsityletters)
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By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 6, 1996
Cardinal Gibbons senior Josh Davalli, who had connected on only 3 of 14 shots from the field in regulation, went inside for two crucial layups in overtime to lead the No. 8 host Crusaders past No. 20 Towson Catholic, 67-61, in Catholic League action last night.Tied at 60 after four quarters, Towson Catholic (8-4) scored the first point of overtime on a foul shot by freshman guard Steven Johnson, but that was the Owls' only point in the extra period.Gibbons (10-4 overall and 1-1 in the league)
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February 8, 2006
3 Consecutive state dual-meet titles won by Owings Mills through the 2003-04 season. The Eagles, whose unprecedented title streak ended last season when they were dethroned as regional champs by Harford Tech, go after their fourth overall state duals title starting with today's 2A-1A North region duals at Hereford. 5 Milford Mill football players signing with colleges. Joe Embree, Byron Jones and Rodney Webb are headed to Bowie; Robert Jackson is going to Fort Valley; and Brandon McDonald to Towson.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 27, 1996
A transitional season for Cardinal Gibbons last year, which included the death of its longtime coach, ended with a disappointing loss to Mount St. Joseph in the Catholic League Tournament quarterfinals. It was was one of Josh Davalli's worst performances.Both gained redemption last night -- with an exclamation point.Playing with a purpose from the opening tip, the No. 10 Crusaders manhandled No. 11 Mount St. Joseph, 75-59, before a capacity crowd at Mount St. Joseph.Davalli led Gibbons (14-6, 2-2)
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December 22, 1998
Opponent: LafayetteSite: Towson CenterWhen: Tues., Dec. 22 7:30Local Players:Marlin Wise, Damon Cason, Josh Davalli, Alphonso HawesTickets: Any Seat $3Holiday SpecialPub Date: 12/22/98
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By GLENN GRAHAM | February 6, 2009
Loyola basketball coach Josh Davalli put it best when discussing the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoff picture: "There's seven good teams and only six spots, so somebody is going to miss out. We don't want to be that team." ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/varsityletters)
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By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 31, 1996
It was the kind of performance that a coach dreams of -- a 10-2 spurt in crunch time with four players providing the crucial offense.No. 8 Cardinal Gibbons used that hot streak midway in the fourth quarter to defeat No. 9 Loyola, 68-62, at home last night and move to 16-6 on the season with a 4-2 mark in the Catholic League and a 4-1 record in the MIAA."
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 5, 1996
Playing on the road in the Catholic League can be hazardous.Just ask St. Frances.The defending league champions were extended into overtime for the second straight game yesterday, this time by No. 8 Gibbons, before earning an 84-74 win.Alphonso Jones led all scorers with 30 for St. Frances (19-4, 5-1), including six in overtime. Shawn Hampton added 17 points and 15 rebounds. Keith Phoebus and Josh Davalli each scored 19 for Gibbons (17-7, 4-3).The Panthers, who regained first place, rallied from an eight-point deficit midway through regulation last week against Mount St. Joseph before winning, 65-63, on Mark Karcher's jumper with five seconds left in overtime.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 4, 1999
A jump start, some electricity and a lot of leadership on the floor.The Towson University basketball team has needed those while struggling to a 1-9 record.The Tigers should get a boost in those areas today when junior point guard Marlin Wise is expected to become academically eligible for the first time this season.The Tigers found out again last night how much they miss Wise when they stayed with Boston University before falling, 66-58, in a slow-paced America East game at the Towson Center.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | February 22, 2000
It was a bad night for the Towson University basketball team to run out of "juice" at the Towson Center. A bigger, stronger and more talented James Madison squad was in town, and the Dukes ran circles around the Tigers with an upscale attack that featured the quickness of guards Jabari Outtz and Jamar Perry and the inside bulk of Pat Mitchell and Ian Caskill. Outtz and Perry penetrated the lane repeatedly and dished off to Mitchell and Caskill for high-percentage shots that led to a 56.9 percent shooting show by James Madison on the way to a 93-79 nonconference victory over Towson, ending the Tigers' bid for a winning regular-season record.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 4, 1999
A jump start, some electricity and a lot of leadership on the floor.The Towson University basketball team has needed those while struggling to a 1-9 record.The Tigers should get a boost in those areas today when junior point guard Marlin Wise is expected to become academically eligible for the first time this season.The Tigers found out again last night how much they miss Wise when they stayed with Boston University before falling, 66-58, in a slow-paced America East game at the Towson Center.
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December 22, 1998
Opponent: LafayetteSite: Towson CenterWhen: Tues., Dec. 22 7:30Local Players:Marlin Wise, Damon Cason, Josh Davalli, Alphonso HawesTickets: Any Seat $3Holiday SpecialPub Date: 12/22/98
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 17, 1996
Cardinal Gibbons forward Josh Davalli has orally committed to a full Division II basketball scholarship at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell.Davalli, 6 feet 6 and a first-team All-Metro pick, averaged 20.6 points, 10.2 rebounds and 3.8 assists to earn All-Catholic League honors for the second straight year.He scored a school-record 92 three-pointers.A member of the National Honor Society with a 3.6 grade-point average, Davalli was recruited by Army, Bucknell, Dayton, Maryland, Navy, Penn State, Towson State, UMBC, Creighton, Robert Morris and St. Frances.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 5, 1996
Playing on the road in the Catholic League can be hazardous.Just ask St. Frances.The defending league champions were extended into overtime for the second straight game yesterday, this time by No. 8 Gibbons, before earning an 84-74 win.Alphonso Jones led all scorers with 30 for St. Frances (19-4, 5-1), including six in overtime. Shawn Hampton added 17 points and 15 rebounds. Keith Phoebus and Josh Davalli each scored 19 for Gibbons (17-7, 4-3).The Panthers, who regained first place, rallied from an eight-point deficit midway through regulation last week against Mount St. Joseph before winning, 65-63, on Mark Karcher's jumper with five seconds left in overtime.
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By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 31, 1996
It was the kind of performance that a coach dreams of -- a 10-2 spurt in crunch time with four players providing the crucial offense.No. 8 Cardinal Gibbons used that hot streak midway in the fourth quarter to defeat No. 9 Loyola, 68-62, at home last night and move to 16-6 on the season with a 4-2 mark in the Catholic League and a 4-1 record in the MIAA."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | February 22, 2000
It was a bad night for the Towson University basketball team to run out of "juice" at the Towson Center. A bigger, stronger and more talented James Madison squad was in town, and the Dukes ran circles around the Tigers with an upscale attack that featured the quickness of guards Jabari Outtz and Jamar Perry and the inside bulk of Pat Mitchell and Ian Caskill. Outtz and Perry penetrated the lane repeatedly and dished off to Mitchell and Caskill for high-percentage shots that led to a 56.9 percent shooting show by James Madison on the way to a 93-79 nonconference victory over Towson, ending the Tigers' bid for a winning regular-season record.
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February 8, 2006
3 Consecutive state dual-meet titles won by Owings Mills through the 2003-04 season. The Eagles, whose unprecedented title streak ended last season when they were dethroned as regional champs by Harford Tech, go after their fourth overall state duals title starting with today's 2A-1A North region duals at Hereford. 5 Milford Mill football players signing with colleges. Joe Embree, Byron Jones and Rodney Webb are headed to Bowie; Robert Jackson is going to Fort Valley; and Brandon McDonald to Towson.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 27, 1996
A transitional season for Cardinal Gibbons last year, which included the death of its longtime coach, ended with a disappointing loss to Mount St. Joseph in the Catholic League Tournament quarterfinals. It was was one of Josh Davalli's worst performances.Both gained redemption last night -- with an exclamation point.Playing with a purpose from the opening tip, the No. 10 Crusaders manhandled No. 11 Mount St. Joseph, 75-59, before a capacity crowd at Mount St. Joseph.Davalli led Gibbons (14-6, 2-2)
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By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 6, 1996
Cardinal Gibbons senior Josh Davalli, who had connected on only 3 of 14 shots from the field in regulation, went inside for two crucial layups in overtime to lead the No. 8 host Crusaders past No. 20 Towson Catholic, 67-61, in Catholic League action last night.Tied at 60 after four quarters, Towson Catholic (8-4) scored the first point of overtime on a foul shot by freshman guard Steven Johnson, but that was the Owls' only point in the extra period.Gibbons (10-4 overall and 1-1 in the league)
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