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By Steven Kivinski | November 23, 1996
Boy Runner of YearDavid Chalmers, Gilman, senior: Chalmers shrugged off "walking pneu monia" and bronchitis and became the first Gilman runner to win the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association's individual title.His time of 17: 28 at Goucher College not only earned him top individual honors but lifted the Greyhounds to their first postseason victory since 1980. "No one will know the pain he left out on that course that day," Gilman coach Jack Thompson said of Chalmers' gutsy win at Goucher.
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By Steven Kivinski | November 23, 1996
Boy Runner of YearDavid Chalmers, Gilman, senior: Chalmers shrugged off "walking pneu monia" and bronchitis and became the first Gilman runner to win the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association's individual title.His time of 17: 28 at Goucher College not only earned him top individual honors but lifted the Greyhounds to their first postseason victory since 1980. "No one will know the pain he left out on that course that day," Gilman coach Jack Thompson said of Chalmers' gutsy win at Goucher.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 8, 1996
Westminster boys coach Jim Gilford is starting a "rebuilding" year. But that word carries a different meaning for Gilford than for many other coaches.Because of the success the Owls have had during his tenure -- 15 county titles in 16 years and not having finished worse than fourth in the state since 1983 -- Gilford looks at rebuilding almost as a challenge, or a test of his team's pride."We've had three or four of these years since the mid-1980s when we have a bunch of guys graduate," said Gilford.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 8, 1996
Westminster boys coach Jim Gilford is starting a "rebuilding" year. But that word carries a different meaning for Gilford than for many other coaches.Because of the success the Owls have had during his tenure -- 15 county titles in 16 years and not having finished worse than fourth in the state since 1983 -- Gilford looks at rebuilding almost as a challenge, or a test of his team's pride."We've had three or four of these years since the mid-1980s when we have a bunch of guys graduate," said Gilford.
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June 11, 1999
The Reese and Community Volunteer Fire Company recently installed officers for 1999.Administrative officers are: Jerry Dayton, president; Don Love, 1st vice president; Mark Winebrunner, 2nd vice president; David Davidson, treasurer; Linda Bowen, corresponding secretary; Ed Robinson, recording secretary; Randy Panos, sergeant at arms; Hilbert Bitzel, chaplain; Dave Barnes, historian.Trustees are: Charles Bush, Richard Stone, Frank Baker, Rick Schinzel, Dennis Dell.Fire/rescue officers are: Marion Davidson Jr., fire chief; Jerry Dayton, assistant chief; Don Love, suppression captain; David Davidson, rescue captain; Dennis Dell, 1st lieutenant; Mark Winebrunner, 2nd lieutenant.
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January 30, 2005
The Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department recently installed its officers for 2005 and presented membership awards at its 71st annual banquet. Administrative officers are: Robert P. Althoff Jr., president; Joseph McCauley, vice president; Donna Althoff, secretary; Dennis Beard, treasurer. Board of directors members are Mary Bitzel, James Freeze, Dave Hoff, Matt Lynch and Les Paull. Fire suppression officers are: Ed Ruch Sr., chief; Ed Ruch Jr., deputy chief; Dave Barnes, captain; Brian Ruch, Kevin Shiloh, Corey Newton and Robbie Ruch, fire lieutenants; Christine Flanagan, fire prevention lieutenant; Gary McGinnis and Tom Nickoles, safety officers; and Ryan Dyson, fire sergeant.
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January 29, 1997
The Sykesville-Freedom District Volunteer Fire Department honored members at its annual installation and awards banquet.Six volunteers received 25-year life memberships: Dennis Beard, Steven Bitzel, Elizabeth Luebberman, Gary McGinnis, Glenn Ruch and Howard Volkert.Service pins were presented to: Richard Howes, Alvin Howes, Ralph Henson, 40 years; George Leakins, Patrick Renchan, 45 years; Louis Rosier, 50 years.The top 10 fire responders for 1996 were: David Hoff Jr., Eddie Ruch, David Barnes, Gene Whiteman, Libby Luebberman, Glenn Whiteman, Ed Ruch Sr., Chris Shaffer, Brett Pearce, Dan Define.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 26, 1996
Westminster eliminated any suspense from yesterday's Carroll County cross country championship at Western Maryland College.The top-ranked boys gave outgoing coach Jim Gilford his 13th straight county title -- and 16th in 17 years at Westminster -- and the No. 4 girls won, giving the Owls their second straight sweep.Westminster, which also swept the Central Maryland Conference crowns last weekend, used similar formulas to take the county titles.The boys had four of the top five runners and five of the first nine -- including champion Greg Fisher, who also won the CMC meet.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 19, 1996
The Dulaney girls and Westminster boys each took similar paths to the same prize at yesterday's Westminster Invitational.Both Dulaney and Westminster sprinkled several runners throughout the top 20 and scored the same number of points foreasy team victories at Western Maryland College.Top-ranked Dulaney showed the balance that has helped it win two straight Class 4A state championships.Five Lions runners finished in the girls race's top 20. Melissa Wilson (seventh, 20 minutes, 51 seconds)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 19, 1996
The Dulaney girls and Westminster boys each took similar paths to the same prize at yesterday's Westminster Invitational.Both Dulaney and Westminster sprinkled several runners throughout the top 20 and scored the same number of points foreasy team victories at Western Maryland College.Top-ranked Dulaney showed the balance that has helped it win two straight Class 4A state championships.Five Lions runners finished in the girls race's top 20. Melissa Wilson (seventh, 20 minutes, 51 seconds)
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