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September 1, 1991
Coach: Don Van Deusen, 18th year1990 record: 3-7Returnees: Seniors Brian Gick (WR/DB), Brian Smith (WR/LB), BrianVan Deusen (QB/DB), Bryan Egolf (QB/DB), Tony Zancan (RB/LB), Brian Hannah (RB/LB), Jeff Burdick (C/DT), David Keyser (T/DT), Eugene Miller (T/DT), Brandon Miller (G/DE), Geoff Martiny (T/DT).Newcomers to watch: Senior Tommy Nekouei (T/DT), junior Justin Jones (G/DE), sophomores Carlando Love (RB/LB), Shane Beaver (C/DE).Coach's outlook: "Our line is our weak area, and we're working hard to improve there.
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July 25, 2011
Jay Van Deusen, owner of Van Deusen Construction Company and Rainbow International of Northeast Maryland, has been named President of the Rotary Club of Bel Air. Van Deusen, a member of the 50-person organization for six years, served as president elect during the past year. Van Deusen's annual goals for the Bel Air Rotary Club this year are focused on fundraising. He and the board will provide scholarships to deserving students in Harford County totaling more than $9,000 and most recently announced the club will be supporting the Harford Family House in Aberdeen with a $25,000 grant for rehabilitating housing for the group.
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SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | September 26, 1993
Bill Sedgwick rushed for a school-record 306 yards and scored three touchdowns yesterday to lead Ursinus to a 42-33 Centennial Conference win over host Western Maryland.Sedgwick put Ursinus ahead for good with his first touchdown, a 53-yard run with 4:03 left in the first quarter that gave the Bears a 14-7 advantage.The senior running back then added scoring runs of 28 yards in the second quarter and 57 yards in the fourth period. He carried the ball 29 times and broke his own Ursinus single-game rushing record of 227 yards, set last season against Johns Hopkins.
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By MILTON KENT | November 30, 2007
The route to the second-floor club level area of M&T Bank Stadium, where the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association holds its press luncheon for the 16 coaches in the state football semifinals each year, is a familiar one to River Hill's Brian Van Deusen; he has made the trip the past two years. But there's more than a little deja vu at play for Van Deusen, who, for a second straight year, brings an unbeaten Hawks team that is ranked No. 1 in the area to the semifinals with a roster and a coaching staff that looks a lot like the one that reached the Class 3A championship game last year.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 8, 1996
Chuck Struhar and Don Van Deusen have made careers at one school. Struhar has been at Glenelg since 1975; Van Deusen is in his 22nd year at Atholton.Next fall, however, each will be at a new school. Brand new.Struhar and Van Deusen will be the athletic directors at Long Reach and River Hill, respectively, when Howard County's new high schools open this fall.Long Reach principal Dave Bruzga and River Hill principal Scott Pfeifer made the recommendations that were announced Wednesday.Struhar has worn many hats at Glenelg, including heading the English department for 10 years and being athletic director for four years.
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By From Staff Reports | October 3, 1993
ALLENTOWN, Pa.-- Sean McCullough completed 17 of 28 passes for 284 yards to propel Muhlenberg past Western Maryland, 29-27, in a Centennial Conference game yesterday.On the first play from scrimmage after Western Maryland had pulled within 22-20, McCullough hit Rob Lokerson with a short pass that Lokerson turned into a 70-yard touchdown with 3:12 left in the third quarter.The Green Terrors (1-3, 0-3) rallied once again with a 24-yard touchdown pass from sophomore Brian Van Deusen (Atholton)
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | December 3, 1992
Don't be surprised to see Atholton's girls basketball players undertaking multiple assignments this season.The primary deficiencies of a Raiders' squad coming off a 9-15 season are twofold -- a lack of size and experience.So, first-year coach Paul Eckert has assigned everyone to more than one position in a motion offense and a pressing defense.Eckert said of his 10-player unit (which includes only two seniors): "It's going to take us awhile to get our bearings on adapting to varsity play.
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By Bob Caplan and Bob Caplan,Contributing Writer | November 1, 1992
After a scoreless first half, Atholton used a few big plays and good breaks yesterday to defeat host Mount Hebron, 21-18, despite a 309-yard rushing day from the Vikings' Travis Harriston.Down 18-14, the Raiders (3-6, 2-4) scored with 2:45 remaining on a pass from Jason Albert to Greg Russo. Russo, who had played sparingly most of the game, caught three passes for 59 yards during the decisive drive."We controlled the football game," said Mount Hebron coach Mark Cates. "We did everything we had to except stop the big plays.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | July 21, 1991
A season filled with frustrating losses continued Thursday night forthe Columbia Reds' No. 1 baseball team when it was eliminated from the Continental Amateur Baseball Association state tournament.Columbia lost to Anne Arundel Connie Mack, 11-8, at Saw Mill Park in GlenBurnie.The Reds carried a 5-0 lead into the bottom of the fifth inning, only to see Anne Arundel produce a nine-run fifth inning led by CraigEverett's grand slam.For the Reds, it was the second loss in thedouble-elimination tournament, which began Monday with the Reds losing, 2-1, to the same team.
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By Special to The Sun | June 20, 1992
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Team Maryland's offense was cooled off yesterday, losing, 8-4, to Team California at the Sun Belt Classic at Oklahoma State University.Going into yesterday's contest, Team Maryland had accumulated 25 runs and 23 hits in consecutive victories over Team Oklahoma and Team Florida. But yesterday, Team Maryland could only managed four hits off Tyson DowDell, who pitched 5 2/3 innings of relief for the victory. DowDell also had a run-scoring single, highlighting a three-run third inning for Team California.
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By LOWELL E. SUNDERLAND | January 25, 2004
A LITTLE of this and a little of that: GOLF: The new No. 2 job of assistant general manager of the Columbia Park and Recreation Association's two golf courses has gone to a familiar name. He's Don Van Deusen, athletic director at River Hill High School and a physical education teacher and coach who has spent 33 years in the county's public school system, 36 in teaching altogether. Van Deusen, who will be retiring from River Hill at the end of this school year, is a familiar face around Hobbit's Glen and Fairway Hills golf courses.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2003
River Hill athletic director Don Van Deusen said yesterday that he plans to retire in July, ending his 33-year career with the Howard County school system. Van Deusen, 58, is retiring so that he can take the position of assistant general manager for the Columbia Association's Fairway Hills and Hobbit's Glen golf courses. He will finish the school year as athletic director and physical education teacher at River Hill, and work his new job on weekends and evenings until school ends. "I enjoy what I'm doing, but it's exciting to try something new," said Van Deusen, an avid golfer who has served as executive director for the First Tee program at Fairway Hills for two years.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2003
River Hill athletic director Don Van Deusen said yesterday that he plans to retire in July, ending his 33-year career with the Howard County school system. Van Deusen, 58, is retiring so that he can take the position of assistant general manager for the Columbia Association's Fairway Hills and Hobbit's Glen golf courses. He will finish the school year as athletic director and physical education teacher at River Hill, and work his new job on weekends and evenings until school ends. "I enjoy what I'm doing, but it's exciting to try something new," said Van Deusen, an avid golfer who has served as executive director for the First Tee program at Fairway Hills for two years.
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By LOWELL E. SUNDERLAND | July 28, 2002
FIRST TEE of Howard County, the program started last summer to make golf more accessible to kids, continues to grow at Columbia's Fairway Hills Golf Course, to the point where an executive director has been named to oversee the work. The man chosen is no stranger to working with kids or to anyone familiar with Howard County sports. He's Don Van Deusen, a Columbia resident who for 32 years has taught physical education and coached in county schools. His "day job" these days is being athletic director at River Hill High School.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 19, 2000
The face of football in Howard County continues to change. River Hill athletic director Don Van Deusen is ending a 28-year football coaching career and handing the reins to his 25-year-old son, Brian. Van Deusen, 54, who will remain as athletic director and physical education teacher, is the second veteran football coach to resign since the season ended. Hammond coach Joe Russo announced his resignation in November and was replaced by Bill Smith. Van Deusen opened up River Hill four years ago, and the Hawks embarked immediately upon varsity competition.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 19, 2000
The face of football in Howard County continues to change. River Hill athletic director Don Van Deusen is ending a 28-year football coaching career and handing the reins to his 25-year-old son, Brian. Van Deusen, 54, who will remain as athletic director and physical education teacher, is the second veteran football coach to resign since the season ended. Hammond coach Joe Russo announced his resignation in November and was replaced by Bill Smith. Van Deusen opened up River Hill four years ago, and the Hawks embarked immediately upon varsity competition.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 23, 1999
Three county high schools have hired new varsity boys basketball coaches.Mount Hebron selected former Glenelg Country School coach John Aquila to replace Scott Conroy, who moved into school administration and is ineligible to coach.River Hill chose Brian Van Deusen, the Hawks JV coach last season, to replace Tom Schneider, an emergency coach last year.And Glenelg Country School hired former Centennial JV assistant coach Charlie Stewart to replace Aquila.Mount Hebron athletic director Mark Cates said: "We had a lot of strong applicants, and we're very happy we got a top one. He just built a program at Glenelg Country School, and they were very convincing about how beneficial he was to their program."
BUSINESS
November 15, 1998
The Remodelors Council announced the winners of its eighth annual Remodeling Award of Excellence competition Thursday night at the Baltimore Museum of Industry.The competition recognizes excellence in remodeling design and craftsmanship in the industry. Entries were rated by an evaluation team that consisted of remodeling contractors from outside the Baltimore metropolitan area.The criteria used included: quality of construction, degree of difficulty, value and cost effectiveness, unique and creative design approach and sensitivity to existing structure.
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