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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | September 18, 2001
Francis Scott Key High School is about as far removed as one can get from the Inner Harbor and still remain in the Baltimore metropolitan area. Eight miles beyond Westminster in western Carroll County, the Eagles' field is flanked by tall pines and a recently renovated school. Head coach Dave Dolch views farmland on the horizon, just as he did on the Eastern Shore when he was handed his first team 22 years ago. Don't even consider, however, that he has come full circle on some tranquil path.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | September 18, 2001
Francis Scott Key High School is about as far removed as one can get from the Inner Harbor and still remain in the Baltimore metropolitan area. Eight miles beyond Westminster in western Carroll County, the Eagles' field is flanked by tall pines and a recently renovated school. Head coach Dave Dolch views farmland on the horizon, just as he did on the Eastern Shore when he was handed his first team 22 years ago. Don't even consider, however, that he has come full circle on some tranquil path.
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October 17, 1992
Chris Blue passed for 172 yards and three touchdowns as visiting Easton of Talbot County (7-0) defeated Northeast (3-4) last night, 33-7.Easton put the game away by scoring 20 second-quarter points. Sean McGee scored from 3 yards out and caught a 30-yard scoring pass from Blue. J.P. Morgan raced 26 yards for another Easton score.Dave Dolch scored Northeast's only touchdown on a 2-yard run in the third quarter.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | March 4, 1993
Former Bowie State football coach Dave Dolch is expected to be named head football coach at Western Maryland College this morning.Dolch, who was a defensive back for the Green Terrors in the mid-1970s, apparently was chosen over four other finalists who were interviewed for the Division III job.Western Maryland officials have scheduled a news conference at 11:45 to introduce the new coach.Dolch said last night that he could not comment. However, Dolch said in late January that he was pursuing the job.Ethan Seidel, a member of the search committee and a Western Maryland professor, said: "Any one of the five candidates we interviewed would make a good choice."
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By Rich Scherr | April 16, 2002
Keeping the job in-house, Francis Scott Key yesterday named former assistant John Baugher as its new head football coach. Baugher replaces Dave Dolch, who earlier this month accepted the head coaching job at St. Paul's. Baugher, also the school's varsity lacrosse coach, becomes Key's third coach in as many years. "Rather than re-open it, we narrowed it down to just in-house candidates," Key Principal Randy Clark said. "We felt we had several extremely strong candidates right here." Dolch also was adamant about giving one of his assistants the chance to climb the ladder.
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By From Staff Reports | March 4, 1993
Sanders Shiver has resigned as head football coach at Bowie State, where his teams went 15-24-1 in four seasons, including 1-10 in 1992.The resignation is effective March 16, according to a release from the school. Shiver could not be reached for comment. In the release, Bowie State athletic director Charles Guilford said the university will begin interviewing candidates immediately.Shiver, a linebacker with the Baltimore Colts from 1976 to '83, arrived at Bowie in 1986.He was an assistant under head coach Dave Dolch when the Bulldogs went 9-2-1 and made their first appearance in the NCAA Division II tournament, losing to Portland State.
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By TODD KARPOVICH and TODD KARPOVICH,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 22, 2005
Yesterday's game between St. Paul's and Cardinal Gibbons turned into a rain-soaked slugfest, and St. Paul's walked away from the mud with a 28-14 win. This was a pivotal Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference meeting. Both teams are vying with Boys' Latin for the North Division crown, hoping to earn a spot in the inaugural conference championship game against the South Division winner. Yesterday, host St. Paul's (5-2, 2-0) used a balanced attack to keep Gibbons on its heels for much of the game, totaling 21 first downs and 170 yards rushing on 42 carries.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | October 7, 2006
Sometimes the opening drive in a football game sets the tempo and sometimes it provides a strong hint as to who will win the game. Both held true yesterday, as host St. Paul's defeated previously unbeaten St. Mary's. It was a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference cross-division game played in the rain on the Crusaders' Mitch Tullai Field. After the kickoff, the host Crusaders (4-1-1) started on their 40-yard line and marched 60 yards in seven plays to take a 7-0 lead.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 28, 2004
Six football programs from the Washington area's Interstate Athletic Conference could merge with those in the A and B conferences of Baltimore's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association if a plan is approved by MIAA administrators next month. Rick Diggs, director of the MIAA, said representatives from both organizations have spent seven months discussing the proposal, whose target date is the fall of 2005. "As of now, all six of their athletic directors and football coaches seem to be in favor of doing this," Diggs said.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | September 24, 2005
Nathan Matthews is one of those special seniors that coaches love because he will do anything to help his team win. Matthews, who veteran St. Paul's coach Dave Dolch calls "one of the area's premier receivers," showed that he can pitch it as well as catch it in the Crusaders' 35-0 rout of visiting Severn yesterday at Martin D. Tullai Field in Brooklandville. The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference cross-division contest left St. Paul's 3-1 overall and 2-0 in the North Division, while Severn fell to 0-2 in the South and 1-2 overall.
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By John Steadman | November 6, 1992
Under the best of circumstances, such a transition wasn't going to be easy. Dave Dolch was taking wife, children and a bundle of enthusiasm to a new coaching job, halfway across the country, where he would attempt to resuscitate a football program in need of immediate attention.Morningside College of Sioux City, Iowa, was entrapped in a 15-game losing streak. On the imposing recommendation of George Allen, who had coached there on his way to the National Football League, young Dolch was ordained to return respectability to a team that wanted to win but had lost the proper attitude and aptitude.
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