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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 12, 1998
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. -- Doug Smith got Florida off to a fast start and the ThunderCats went on to beat the Blast, 6-2, last night.Smith scored a two-point goal just 1: 03 into the game and Marcelo Fontana extended the ThunderCats' lead to 4-0, 25 seconds into the second quarter.Franklin McIntosh tallied the Blast's only goal at the 10: 06 mark of the second quarter to cut the ThunderCats' lead to 4-2.Two fourth-period goals 1: 21 apart, from Jean Harbor and Paul McDonnell, put the game out of reach for the Blast (3-7)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 12, 1998
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. -- Doug Smith got Florida off to a fast start and the ThunderCats went on to beat the Blast, 6-2, last night.Smith scored a two-point goal just 1: 03 into the game and Marcelo Fontana extended the ThunderCats' lead to 4-0, 25 seconds into the second quarter.Franklin McIntosh tallied the Blast's only goal at the 10: 06 mark of the second quarter to cut the ThunderCats' lead to 4-2.Two fourth-period goals 1: 21 apart, from Jean Harbor and Paul McDonnell, put the game out of reach for the Blast (3-7)
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January 23, 1995
For nine days Susan Smith captured the sympathy of her neighbors in Union, S.C., and the attention of much of the country with her tearful, televised pleas for her children's safe return. Townspeople put up yellow ribbons as signs of hope that Ms. Smith's little boys, ages 3 and 14 months, might be released unharmed by the carjacker she claimed had abducted them.But when Ms. Smith confessed under police questioning to having killed the children herself by drowning them in the family car, the town turned against her. Many residents said they felt shock and betrayal.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | September 16, 1995
From three wins to the first NCAA tournament victory in 25 years. Now that's progress.And Sasho Cirovski, the men's soccer coach at the University of Maryland, doesn't expect it to stop there. His squad, which surprised nearly everyone by going 14-6-1 a year ago and defeating Georgetown to reach the second round of the tournament, is ranked No. 5 nationally and has eight quality starters returning. Among them are junior goalkeeper Russell Payne, who posted eight shutouts and was named second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference, and junior striker Shane Dougherty (17 goals)
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | September 16, 1995
From three wins to the first NCAA tournament victory in 25 years. Now that's progress.And Sasho Cirovski, the men's soccer coach at the University of Maryland, doesn't expect it to stop there. His squad, which surprised nearly everyone by going 14-6-1 a year ago and defeating Georgetown to reach the second round of the tournament, is ranked No. 5 nationally and has eight quality starters returning. Among them are junior goalkeeper Russell Payne, who posted eight shutouts and was named second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference, and junior striker Shane Dougherty (17 goals)
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March 5, 1995
BasketballAtlanta Hawks -- Placed G Jim Les on the injured list. Signed G Morlon Wiley to a 10-day contract.Dallas Mavericks -- Placed G Jim Jackson on the injured list with a third-degree sprain of the left ankle. Activated F Doug Smith from the injured list.Indiana Pacers -- Waived former Washington Bullets F John Williams. Signed F Mark Strickland to a 10-day contract.FootballChicago Bears -- Withdrew their contract offer to S Shaun Gayle, the last member of the team's Super Bowl XX defense.
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January 1, 1993
BaseballCincinnati Reds -- Named Davey Johnson major-league consultant and Bobby Valentine advance scout and adviser for player personnel.BasketballAtlanta Hawks -- Waived G Morlon Wiley. Signed F Alex Stivrins.Cleveland Cavaliers -- Placed C-F John Williams on the injured list. Activated C-F Jay Guidinger from the injured list.CollegesRider -- Named Robyne Johnson men's and women's associate cross country and track and field coach.FootballHouston Oilers -- Activated DT Doug Smith from IR. Released RB Joe Campbell from the practice squad.
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March 25, 2000
Opponent: St. Louis Swarm Site: St. Charles Family Arena, St. Louis Time: 8 Radio: WJFK (1300 AM) Outlook: The Swarm had won eight straight at home before losing to New Mexico last week. Swarm F Doug Smith and G Danny Johnson were selected to the All-International Basketball League first team in an informal poll of the media. Johnson is third in the league in scoring (21.1), and Smith is fourth in rebounding (8.3). The BayRunners have lost nine straight on the road.
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March 18, 1996
BaseballBlue Jays: Optioned IF Tomas Perez to Triple-A Syracuse and OF Lonell Roberts and P Roberto Duran to Double-A Knoxville. Re-assigned OF Ruben Amaro to minor-league camp.Brewers: Optioned OF Todd Dunn and P Henry Santos to Triple-A New Orleans. Assigned OF Geoff Jenkins, IF-OF Antone Williamson, P Jeff D'Amico, P Jamie McAndrew, P Mike Pasqualicchio and former Orioles minor-league P Jose Mercedes to minor-league camp.Phillies: Reassigned P Wayne Gomes, P Ryan Karp, P Carlton Loewer and P Ron Blazier to minor-league camp.
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November 4, 1991
BASEBALLAmerican League* Chicago White Sox -- Announced they would not exercise the 1992 option on Carlton Fisk (catcher). Exercised the 1992 option on Charlie Hough (pitcher).* Minnesota Twins -- Announced they would not exercise the 1992 option on Junior Ortiz (catcher).National League* Montreal Expos -- Named Kevin Malone scouting director.* St. Louis Cardinals -- Exercised the 1992 option on Ozzie Smith (shortstop).BASKETBALL (NBA)* Dallas Mavericks -- Signed Doug Smith (forward) to a four-year contract.
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January 23, 1995
For nine days Susan Smith captured the sympathy of her neighbors in Union, S.C., and the attention of much of the country with her tearful, televised pleas for her children's safe return. Townspeople put up yellow ribbons as signs of hope that Ms. Smith's little boys, ages 3 and 14 months, might be released unharmed by the carjacker she claimed had abducted them.But when Ms. Smith confessed under police questioning to having killed the children herself by drowning them in the family car, the town turned against her. Many residents said they felt shock and betrayal.
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By Sloane Brown | May 2, 1999
They weren't telling fortunes at the 11th annual Crystal Ball, but trying to raise one for the Greater Baltimore Medical Center's Cancer Center. The Mildred Mindell Cancer Foundation fund-raiser also honored GBMC Cancer Center director Dr. Gary Cohen, celebrating not only his work, but his 50th birthday as well.Nearly 500 people turned out at Martin's West to toast the good doctor, including his wife, Charlene; Bob Kowal, president of GBMC Healthcare; Doug Smith, GBMC Foundation president; Craig Randall, administrative director of radiation oncology at GBMC; Patti Neumann, cancer survivor and a patient of Cohen; Dr. Dolores Dixon, GBMC oncology specialist; Jewel Martin and Sylvia Shapiro, Mildred Mindell co-presidents; Marcia Glickman and Judy Frankle, event co-chairs; and Heiko Osterchrist, CEO of Metro Distributing Co. Inc.This Crystal Ball brought something good to the future of the Cancer Center -- at least $55,000 for the center's new Navigator Program, which will guide cancer patients through their medical experience.
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