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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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Staff Reports | April 17, 2012
Kimberly Dolch, principal of North Carroll High School, has been named the Maryland High School Principal of the Year by the Maryland Association of Secondary School Principals. Dolch, who has been principal at North Carroll since 2005, began her career in Carroll County Public Schools in 1998. The awards materials notes that during her tenure at North Carroll, Dolch's motto for the school has been "Whatever It Takes. " "The relationships she builds with students cause them to feel a sense of security and trust," said Sherri-Le Bream, director of high schools for CCPS.
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By Paul McMullen | December 13, 1990
HE MISSES fresh seafood and a rather large extended family, but Dave Dolch has no other complaints about life in Sioux City, Iowa.Dolch, who played football at Northeast High and Western Maryland College, is best known here for engineering a turnaround at Bowie State, which went from the nation's longest losing streak in 1987 to the NCAA Division II playoffs in 1988.In 1989 Dolch inherited a 15-game losing streak at Morningside College, but the Chiefs went 7-4 this fall, the most wins there since 1912.
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By STACEY HIRSH AND ANDREA K. WALKER and STACEY HIRSH AND ANDREA K. WALKER,SUN REPORTERS | April 26, 2006
Each morning as Jeff Dolch drives down Ritchie Highway to get from his home in Arnold to the BP Amoco gasoline station he owns at St. Paul Street and Mount Royal Avenue in Baltimore, he pays close attention to the gas prices along the way. If they are different than during his commute the night before, Dolch knows his first order of business is checking whether his own prices must change. Before he makes a cup of coffee, Dolch checks an Internet site to see how much his distributor is charging for gasoline that day. Owners like Dolch then decide how much to charge their customers based on that figure and other factors, such as their competitors' prices, when their next shipment of gas is due and how much it will cost them to buy it. Gasoline prices are determined by a sequence of events that starts at the futures markets, as men and women on the trading floor yell and wave slips of paper in their hands, and ends in customers' wallets.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | January 23, 1993
Former Bowie State football coach Dave Dolch is seeking the head coaching position at Western Maryland College after resigning yesterday from his duties at Morningside College in Iowa.Dolch, who needed only three years to turn around the Bowie State program in the late 1980s, said yesterday from his office in Sioux City that he is returning to Maryland next month and is "actively pursuing" the vacant position with the Division III Green Terrors. He was Division II Morningside's football coach and athletic director.
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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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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 5, 2003
Scott Dolch has found nearly everything he could have hoped for in college football at Central Connecticut State University. He's had success as a three-year starting quarterback at the Division I-AA level, gained recognition around campus and New Britain, and set school and Northeast Conference passing records. But there is a major missing element for the McDonogh School graduate: winning. The Blue Devils have a 10-19 record in the nearly three years Dolch has been the quarterback and are 3-6 this season.
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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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December 7, 2004
On Friday, December 3, 2004, WILLIAM J. BROCATO of Baltimore, Maryland. Loving husband of the late Sadie Brocato. Devoted father of Peitrina Dolch, and father-in-law of Wilmer Dolch. Remebered grandfather of Michael Dolch, John Dolch, Jeffrey Dolch, William Dolch, and the late Steven Dolch. Caring great grandfather of six and great-great grandfather of one. The family will receive visitors at the family owned Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Avenue, S.W., (at Crain Hwy) Glen Burnie from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 on Tuesday.
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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 Stacey Hirsh and Stacey Hirsh,SUN STAFF | August 17, 2005
When Jeff Dolch goes out to change the gas price sign at his BP Amoco station, drivers passing by often roll down the window to ask if the numbers are going up or down. Lately, the answer is always the same: Prices are rising. "I wear a bulletproof vest," Dolch joked yesterday. The gas price sign has been around for generations, calling drivers off the road to fill up their tanks for $1, then $2 and now more than $2.50 a gallon. And as the summer's volatile gas prices continue to rise, station owners such as Dolch are changing the signs more often, posting the higher numbers that make many motorists cringe.
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December 7, 2004
On Friday, December 3, 2004, WILLIAM J. BROCATO of Baltimore, Maryland. Loving husband of the late Sadie Brocato. Devoted father of Peitrina Dolch, and father-in-law of Wilmer Dolch. Remebered grandfather of Michael Dolch, John Dolch, Jeffrey Dolch, William Dolch, and the late Steven Dolch. Caring great grandfather of six and great-great grandfather of one. The family will receive visitors at the family owned Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Avenue, S.W., (at Crain Hwy) Glen Burnie from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 on Tuesday.
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By MILTON KENT | November 2, 2004
MORE THAN PERHAPS anyone you might meet, Jason Caldwell believes in the old saw that there is strength in numbers, big and small. The most obvious of the numbers in his life come from his time with the St. Paul's football team, especially the gaudy statistics he has posted with the aid of his teammates. Of the reason for his success, "I don't think it is a secret," said Caldwell, a senior who doubles as a running back and receiver. "It's just a group of guys trying to do good. It's everybody coming together as one, as a team.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 27, 2004
Kerry York is 21 years old and she said doctors have told her she will never run again. "Never, ever," the sidelined senior goalkeeper at Florida State said Monday from Tallahassee, Fla. York developed a stress fracture in her left leg after her sophomore season with the Seminoles, and she said she suffered severe cartilage damage to her left ankle by attempting to play in six games last season. A doctor said last spring the joint was unstable and that she needed ankle reconstruction and fusion, a surgery that holds joints together with fasteners such as screws until the bones heal.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 6, 2004
Vincent Fuller realizes free safeties don't usually get mobbed by their teammates in the middle of the field after monumental victories. But there Fuller was being swarmed by his Virginia Tech teammates last Saturday in Blacksburg, Va., after a 19-13 upset victory over then-No. 6 West Virginia. The fifth-year senior from Woodlawn had just picked off a Rasheed Marshall pass at the Tech 22-yard line with 18 seconds left to wrap up the victory and conclude his most impressive collegiate performance.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 15, 2004
Stan White Jr. leads a fairly normal collegiate football life at Ohio State until his dad shows up with a folding chair and drink in hand to watch practice. "That's when the guys start razzing me," the third-year sophomore fullback said on Monday from Columbus. "Until then, I'm just another player here. None of the players or students were even born when my dad [Stan Sr., All-America linebacker for the Buckeyes and standout for Baltimore Colts] played here." It's easy for young White, an All-Metro Defensive Player of the Year in 2001 as a middle linebacker at Gilman, to be just another player at Ohio State.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 6, 2004
Vincent Fuller realizes free safeties don't usually get mobbed by their teammates in the middle of the field after monumental victories. But there Fuller was being swarmed by his Virginia Tech teammates last Saturday in Blacksburg, Va., after a 19-13 upset victory over then-No. 6 West Virginia. The fifth-year senior from Woodlawn had just picked off a Rasheed Marshall pass at the Tech 22-yard line with 18 seconds left to wrap up the victory and conclude his most impressive collegiate performance.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 14, 2002
Senior Fred Paige joined Westminster's track and field team this spring simply looking to stay in shape for what he hopes will be a college football career. After just three meets, however, the 17-year-old has turned into the discovery of the year in local track circles. Paige won both the long jump and triple jump at the recent 12-team Carroll Invitational at Century, helping Westminster to a team victory over Mount Hebron and Bowling Brook. His distance in the long jump of 21 feet, 1/2 -inch would have won a county title - by 14 inches - last spring, making him a threat to score (finish among the top six)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 5, 2003
Scott Dolch has found nearly everything he could have hoped for in college football at Central Connecticut State University. He's had success as a three-year starting quarterback at the Division I-AA level, gained recognition around campus and New Britain, and set school and Northeast Conference passing records. But there is a major missing element for the McDonogh School graduate: winning. The Blue Devils have a 10-19 record in the nearly three years Dolch has been the quarterback and are 3-6 this season.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 24, 2003
The Florida sunshine has been very good to Josh Banks. His fastball has jumped from the mid-80s to the 90-96-mph range at Florida International University, he has put 30 pounds of muscle on his 6-foot-3 frame, and he still has the pinpoint control that attracted a lot of attention at Severna Park High. It has added up to Banks' riding high as the ace of the Golden Panthers' pitching staff with 12 starts and a Sun Belt Conference-best 8-1 record, 2.83 ERA and 97 strikeouts. The junior right-hander's season at the Miami school opened Jan. 25, and Florida International already has played 43 games (29-14, 7-5)
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