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By Andrew Conrad, aconrad@tribune.com | November 17, 2013
Well, if you were one of those "The Walking Dead" fans who was wondering what was going on with the Governor, then Sunday night's episode - "Live Bait" - was just what you were waiting for! This was one of those episodes that really focused on one character for the entire 60 minutes, and I'm OK with that. In fact, I think this was one of the strongest episodes of the season, if not the series. The episode picks up with the Governor and his two loyal cronies departing the crime scene where he shot up a lot of faceless Woodburians.
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By Andrew Conrad, aconrad@tribune.com | November 17, 2013
Well, if you were one of those "The Walking Dead" fans who was wondering what was going on with the Governor, then Sunday night's episode - "Live Bait" - was just what you were waiting for! This was one of those episodes that really focused on one character for the entire 60 minutes, and I'm OK with that. In fact, I think this was one of the strongest episodes of the season, if not the series. The episode picks up with the Governor and his two loyal cronies departing the crime scene where he shot up a lot of faceless Woodburians.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1997
Late in the second quarter last night, Severn's best player and leading scorer, Denard Melton, was knocked out of the game with a head injury.Without the school's top athlete, the Admirals flinched, but they didn't break against Gilman, dominating down the stretch for a 71-65 victory in an overflowing gymnasium at Severn.The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Division victory almost guaranteed top billing in the tournament for Severn (16-3, 10-1), which won for the 15th straight time.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1997
Late in the second quarter last night, Severn's best player and leading scorer, Denard Melton, was knocked out of the game with a head injury.Without the school's top athlete, the Admirals flinched, but they didn't break against Gilman, dominating down the stretch for a 71-65 victory in an overflowing gymnasium at Severn.The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Division victory almost guaranteed top billing in the tournament for Severn (16-3, 10-1), which won for the 15th straight time.
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By Steven Kivinski | November 16, 1995
The boys0 Runner of the Year: Cory Smith, Calvert HallCoach of the Year: Jerry Martin, Perry HallName .. .. .. .. .. .. School .. .. Yr.Cory Smith .. .. .. .. C. Hall . .. Sr.Doug Stewart ... .. .. C. Hall . .. Sr.Eric Linder . .. .. .. C. Hall . .. Jr.David Chalmers . .. .. Gilman .. .. Jr.Ted Wasserman .. .. .. Gilman .. .. Sr.Steve Moxey . .. .. .. Curley .. .. Sr.John Supsic . .. .. .. Curley .. .. Sr.Joe Smith ... .. .. .. Parkville .. Sr.Anders Fristedt...
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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 and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | September 18, 1994
Serving as a volunteer lab assistant last summer at Johns Hopkins, Ted Lord did most of his cross country training at Wyman Park -- a scenic piece of property nestled behind Homewood Field.Yesterday morning, Lord, a senior at Gilman, showed just how well he knew the place as he scorched the 3.1-mile course in 16 minutes, 46.8 seconds to claim the boys championship title at the Spiked Shoe Invitational.Kristen Nicolini of Annapolis had never seen the place but that didn't stop her from claiming the girls championship trophy.
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By Kevin Cowherd | February 14, 1994
Love matches we'd like to see:* Tonya Harding-John McEnroe. Jeff Gillooly's gone, Tatum O'Neal took a powder. Meet the latest "power" couple, two kids with a chip on their shoulders the size of the Matterhorn.It's their first dinner date. The salmon almondine arrives. It's slightly overcooked. Mac roars "This is the pits of the world!" and overturns the table. Tonya kneecaps the waiter with a Heineken bottle.Headline in next day's New York Post: Tonya to cops: "I'm in love!"* The Taster's Choice couple.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | October 2, 1994
If Annapolis' Kristen Nicolini hadn't won the girls A1 race, yesterday's Anne Arundel County Invitational would have belonged to the representatives from Baltimore's private schools and Howard County.Running on her home course, Nicolini, who has won the Knights' Invite and the Spiked Shoe Invitational, took the lead on the first turn, built a 24-second lead at the mile mark and led teammate and runner-up Alison Ross by more than a minute after two miles before crossing the line in a winning time of 19 minutes, 24 seconds in the girls A1 race.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 19, 1996
Mount St. Joseph coach Gene Constantine had little trouble explaining why host Gilman won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association Championships for the second consecutive year yesterday."
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By Steven Kivinski | November 16, 1995
The boys0 Runner of the Year: Cory Smith, Calvert HallCoach of the Year: Jerry Martin, Perry HallName .. .. .. .. .. .. School .. .. Yr.Cory Smith .. .. .. .. C. Hall . .. Sr.Doug Stewart ... .. .. C. Hall . .. Sr.Eric Linder . .. .. .. C. Hall . .. Jr.David Chalmers . .. .. Gilman .. .. Jr.Ted Wasserman .. .. .. Gilman .. .. Sr.Steve Moxey . .. .. .. Curley .. .. Sr.John Supsic . .. .. .. Curley .. .. Sr.Joe Smith ... .. .. .. Parkville .. Sr.Anders Fristedt...
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 20, 1997
The Perry Hall boys showed the depth of their depth yesterday.The No. 2 Gators used their large variety of talent to win the first five events, take nine of 13 overall and capture a second straight Gilman Relays championship.Coach Jerry Martin's team finished with 112 points, far ahead of runner-up No. 9 Gilman's 89. The Gators won all five field events -- which were conducted first -- and jumped to an early 22-point lead that no one could overcome."If you can run well in a relay meet, you can run well in any type of meet," said Martin, who is in his final season as track and field coach.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | November 6, 1997
McDonogh freshman phenom Kacie Remeto captured the Association of Independent Schools cross country title with 37 seconds to spare at St. Timothy's yesterday.Just think what the margin of victory would have been had she known where she was going."At one point, I thought I had cut the course because I had run through someone's yard. I cut my stride down and had to look around awhile before I found the next pole," said Remeto, who later learned that the person's yard she cut through was that of a St. Timothy's faculty member.
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