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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1995
Amy Dodrill stands only 5 feet 3 3/4 , but the hole she will leave in the Johns Hopkins women's basketball team is enormous.A two-time captain and the team's scoring leader as a junior and senior, Dodrill last winter led Hopkins to its best season (22-7) in the 20-year history of the sport at the school and into the NCAA Division III tournament for the first time.Of Hopkins' 100 games during her four years, she didn't miss one."Big hole to fill," coach Nancy Blank said. "There are the intangibles -- commitment, work ethic, reliability -- plus the scoring punch and big plays.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 16, 2008
A 27-4 first-half run helped send the Johns Hopkins women on their way to an 89-57 win over visiting College of Notre Dame last night. The Blue Jays (4-7) won back-to-back games for the first time this season as Andrea Dodrill was one of four players in double figures with a season-high 18 points to go with nine rebounds. Caitlin Sloane and sophomore Anastasia Winn each scored six points during the first-half run that gave Hopkins a lead it would not relinquish. The Blue Jays scored 10 of the first 16 points in the second half to extend their lead to 21. A total of 12 players scored for the balanced Johns Hopkins attack.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 16, 2008
A 27-4 first-half run helped send the Johns Hopkins women on their way to an 89-57 win over visiting College of Notre Dame last night. The Blue Jays (4-7) won back-to-back games for the first time this season as Andrea Dodrill was one of four players in double figures with a season-high 18 points to go with nine rebounds. Caitlin Sloane and sophomore Anastasia Winn each scored six points during the first-half run that gave Hopkins a lead it would not relinquish. The Blue Jays scored 10 of the first 16 points in the second half to extend their lead to 21. A total of 12 players scored for the balanced Johns Hopkins attack.
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By BILL FREE | January 27, 2005
It's safe to say that Lauren Dodrill has finally arrived in her comfort zone as a center for the Franklin & Marshall women's basketball team. "I always feel more comfortable in the post," said the 6-foot senior from Roland Park School. "I feel more comfortable with my back to the basket. I enjoy posting up, and I feel most confident in that role." The reason it took Dodrill three seasons to land the center position was the presence of now-graduated All-American Amy Abernathy, who was a high-scoring 6-footer.
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September 18, 2004
On September 15, 2004, RUTH HYNSON LONG; dear mother of Patricia Mc Neice, Janice Staley, James F. Hynson and Deborah Dodrill; loving grandmother of Susan, Laura and Patti Mc Niece, Julie Hynson, Ashley Dodrill and Jeff Hynson; proud great-grandmother of Sarah Mc Niece and devoted sister of Mary Ann Tyson. Funeral from the Gregory J. Gonce Funeral Home, P.A., 169 Riviera Drive, Pasadena, on Monday, at 11:30 A.M. Interment in Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Crownsville. Family request friends call on Saturday and Sunday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | March 10, 1995
Johns Hopkins senior Amy Dodrill possesses all the qualities one would expect of a point guard: She's an excellent ballhandler, good passer and a team leader.But Dodrill is also a shooter, holding every school record for three-point field goals.Enter freshman Angie Arnold.The addition of Arnold, a true point guard, allowed Hopkins coach Nancy Blank to move Dodrill to shooting guard.Sparked by the senior-freshman backcourt combination, the Blue Jays have put together their most successful season.
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By BILL FREE | January 27, 2005
It's safe to say that Lauren Dodrill has finally arrived in her comfort zone as a center for the Franklin & Marshall women's basketball team. "I always feel more comfortable in the post," said the 6-foot senior from Roland Park School. "I feel more comfortable with my back to the basket. I enjoy posting up, and I feel most confident in that role." The reason it took Dodrill three seasons to land the center position was the presence of now-graduated All-American Amy Abernathy, who was a high-scoring 6-footer.
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | March 5, 1995
Johns Hopkins' senior-freshman backcourt tandem of Amy Dodrill and Angie Arnold came through again.Dodrill, the senior, scored a game-high 24 points and freshman Arnold added 18 to lead the Blue Jays to a 75-58 victory over Montclair State in an NCAA Division III Atlantic Region second-round game last night at Hopkins' Newton H. White Athletic Center.The win propels Hopkins -- which is making its first appearance in the tournament -- into the round of 16 next weekend at Capital (Columbus, Ohio)
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By DON VITEK | May 8, 1994
The Amateur Duckpin Tour has been sold to Charles McElhose, and the Duckpin Bowlers Tour rises from the ashes of the ADT."I have just made the toughest decision of my life," said Chet Gaffney. "I could not have made a better choice than Charles McElhose. This man is the most avid supporter of the game."This is the eighth season for the ADT, and while some changes might be instituted by McElhose, the concept of the tour will remain the same.The Duckpin Bowlers Tour will maintain a format for the average duckpin bowler.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Staff Writer | December 2, 1993
Dorian J. Wise Jr. gave police several versions of how Myesha Shakia Wilson, 7 months, "accidentally" received fatal head injuries, before admitting that he had thrown her against a wall "with force," a homicide detective testified yesterday in Baltimore County Circuit Court.Mr. Wise, 20, was baby-sitting when the incident occurred May 26, according to testimony elicited by prosecutor Scott Shellenberger. L'tosha N. Wilson, the child's mother and Mr. Wise's girlfriend, lives in the first block of Solar Circle, Hillendale, where the incident occurred.
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September 18, 2004
On September 15, 2004, RUTH HYNSON LONG; dear mother of Patricia Mc Neice, Janice Staley, James F. Hynson and Deborah Dodrill; loving grandmother of Susan, Laura and Patti Mc Niece, Julie Hynson, Ashley Dodrill and Jeff Hynson; proud great-grandmother of Sarah Mc Niece and devoted sister of Mary Ann Tyson. Funeral from the Gregory J. Gonce Funeral Home, P.A., 169 Riviera Drive, Pasadena, on Monday, at 11:30 A.M. Interment in Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Crownsville. Family request friends call on Saturday and Sunday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 29, 2002
No lead is safe in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference. Host and No. 18 Bryn Mawr proved that last night by rallying from a 17-point deficit to shock the third-ranked Archbishop Spalding girls basketball team, 41-40. "It's huge," said Mawrtians forward Andrea Dodrill. "It's such a great feeling. This is what we play for." Bryn Mawr (10-9, 5-7 conference) overtook the Cavaliers with 2:30 left in the fourth quarter and staved off a late flurry to clinch the upset.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 18, 2001
In boxing, it's called counter-punching. On the ropes several times during its matchup last night against South Carroll, host Bryn Mawr used a technique that helped it land the finishing blow. After grabbing the early advantage, the No. 16 Mawrtians withstood several runs by the upset-minded Cavaliers, never relinquishing the lead in a 42-39 non-conference win. "Every time we got a little bit of a controlling situation, I thought we let up a little bit and they came back, to their credit," Bryn Mawr coach Jim Smith said.
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June 21, 2001
Baseball Angels: Recalled P Matt Wise from Triple-A Salt Lake to start tonight's game. Returned P Bart Miadich to Salt Lake. Braves: Placed P Joe Nelson on 15-day DL with right shoulder tendinitis. Recalled P Marc Valdes from Triple-A Richmond. Indians: Placed OF Wil Cordero on 15-day DL, retroactive to June 11. Activated P Chuck Finley. Mets: Placed OF Tsuyoshi Shinjo on 15-day DL, retroactive to June 18, with strained left quadriceps. Called up OF Alex Escobar from Triple-A Norfolk.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1995
Amy Dodrill stands only 5 feet 3 3/4 , but the hole she will leave in the Johns Hopkins women's basketball team is enormous.A two-time captain and the team's scoring leader as a junior and senior, Dodrill last winter led Hopkins to its best season (22-7) in the 20-year history of the sport at the school and into the NCAA Division III tournament for the first time.Of Hopkins' 100 games during her four years, she didn't miss one."Big hole to fill," coach Nancy Blank said. "There are the intangibles -- commitment, work ethic, reliability -- plus the scoring punch and big plays.
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | March 10, 1995
Johns Hopkins senior Amy Dodrill possesses all the qualities one would expect of a point guard: She's an excellent ballhandler, good passer and a team leader.But Dodrill is also a shooter, holding every school record for three-point field goals.Enter freshman Angie Arnold.The addition of Arnold, a true point guard, allowed Hopkins coach Nancy Blank to move Dodrill to shooting guard.Sparked by the senior-freshman backcourt combination, the Blue Jays have put together their most successful season.
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By Donald G. Vitek | December 20, 1990
Games: 114. Total pinfall: 16,762. Average: 147. That's good enough to rank Gary Dodrill with the top duckpin bowlers in the nation.Last week, the National Duckpin Bowling Congress released the ranking of the leading averages for both men and women in the United States.Gary Dodrill of Pasadena received an honorable mention, one of eight bowlers to garner such recognition.Jon Owens of Sykesville, Carroll County, was the leading male bowler with a 154 average, based on 290 games, and total pinfall of 44,619 for the 1989-1990 season.
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June 21, 2001
Baseball Angels: Recalled P Matt Wise from Triple-A Salt Lake to start tonight's game. Returned P Bart Miadich to Salt Lake. Braves: Placed P Joe Nelson on 15-day DL with right shoulder tendinitis. Recalled P Marc Valdes from Triple-A Richmond. Indians: Placed OF Wil Cordero on 15-day DL, retroactive to June 11. Activated P Chuck Finley. Mets: Placed OF Tsuyoshi Shinjo on 15-day DL, retroactive to June 18, with strained left quadriceps. Called up OF Alex Escobar from Triple-A Norfolk.
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | March 5, 1995
Johns Hopkins' senior-freshman backcourt tandem of Amy Dodrill and Angie Arnold came through again.Dodrill, the senior, scored a game-high 24 points and freshman Arnold added 18 to lead the Blue Jays to a 75-58 victory over Montclair State in an NCAA Division III Atlantic Region second-round game last night at Hopkins' Newton H. White Athletic Center.The win propels Hopkins -- which is making its first appearance in the tournament -- into the round of 16 next weekend at Capital (Columbus, Ohio)
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By From Staff Reports | January 31, 1995
Amy Dodrill scored 24 points and had six rebounds, leading Johns Hopkins (13-5, 3-3) past host Case Western Reserve (6-12, 2-6), 75-61, in a United Athletic Association game last night.* St. Peter's 68, Loyola 67: Mildred Washington scored on a layupwith 12 seconds remaining in overtime, as visiting St. Peter's (15-3, 6-0) defeated host Loyola (12-6, 3-4) in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game. Patty Stoffey led Loyola with 25.* Bowie State 89, St. Paul's 56: Yetisha Mackey scored 20 points and had six assists, leading Bowie State (14-4, 6-0)
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