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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2003
The early-season tag on the Old Mill Patriots was that they were young. So what? The No. 10 Patriots improved their dual meet record to 6-0 last night, doing so in Annapolis, where they built an insurmountable early lead and left with an easy 52-13 win. With pins by Chuck Wilson (103 pounds), Justin Garrison (119), Doug West (125) and Josh Baynham (130) and a forfeit at 112, the Patriots had a 30-0 lead before the Panthers could even settle in. The visitors would get what would turn out to be a clinching pin - one of six in the match - from Mike Maltigliati at 160 before heavyweight William Bell closed out the match with another.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2003
The early-season tag on the Old Mill Patriots was that they were young. So what? The No. 10 Patriots improved their dual meet record to 6-0 last night, doing so in Annapolis, where they built an insurmountable early lead and left with an easy 52-13 win. With pins by Chuck Wilson (103 pounds), Justin Garrison (119), Doug West (125) and Josh Baynham (130) and a forfeit at 112, the Patriots had a 30-0 lead before the Panthers could even settle in. The visitors would get what would turn out to be a clinching pin - one of six in the match - from Mike Maltigliati at 160 before heavyweight William Bell closed out the match with another.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 9, 2003
A young Gilman team came into Millersville last night and went home after falling, 58-15, to host and No. 10 Old Mill. Josh Baynham (11-1), ranked third in The Sun's rankings at 130 pounds, and Aaron Waddell at 171, had pins for Old Mill (4-0). "I came out and tried to intimidate him a little bit before I go after him, " said Baynham, who pinned his opponent in 18 seconds. Sixth-ranked 125-pounder Doug West (10-1) scored a technical fall, Sam Nasser had a major decision at 145 and Paul Sakanga won by default at 189 while leading 6-1 for the Patriots.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 9, 2003
A young Gilman team came into Millersville last night and went home after falling, 58-15, to host and No. 10 Old Mill. Josh Baynham (11-1), ranked third in The Sun's rankings at 130 pounds, and Aaron Waddell at 171, had pins for Old Mill (4-0). "I came out and tried to intimidate him a little bit before I go after him, " said Baynham, who pinned his opponent in 18 seconds. Sixth-ranked 125-pounder Doug West (10-1) scored a technical fall, Sam Nasser had a major decision at 145 and Paul Sakanga won by default at 189 while leading 6-1 for the Patriots.
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April 7, 1992
BASKETBALLNational Basketball Association* MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES -- Signed Doug West, guard, to a four-year contract extension through the 1995-96 season.World Basketball League* YOUNGSTOWN PRIDE -- Named Bob Krizancic assistant coach.FOOTBALLWorld League* OHIO GLORY -- Released Marlon Brown, linebacker.COLLEGE* ALABAMA -- Named Danny Pearman Jr. offensive line coach.* SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE -- Named Craig Stump running backs coach.
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February 7, 1992
Participants for the 1992 Slam-Dunk contest to be held tomorrow in Orlando, Fla.:Player. . . . . . . TeamNick Anderson . . . OrlandoStacey Augmon . . . AtlantaTerrell Brandon . . ClevelandCedric Ceballos . . PhoenixLarry Johnson . . . CharlotteShawn Kemp. . . . . SeattleJohn Starks . . . . New YorkDoug West . . . . . Minnesota
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February 7, 1992
Participants for the NBA's skills competitions tomorrow in Orlando, Fla.:SLAM-DUNKPlayer . . . . . . . . TeamNick Anderson. . . . . OrlandoStacey Augmon. . . . . AtlantaTerrell Brandon. . . . ClevelandCedric Ceballos. . . . PhoenixLarry Johnson. . . . . CharlotteShawn Kemp . . . . . . SeattleJohn Starks. . . . . . New YorkDoug West. . . . . . . MinnesotaLONG-DISTANCE SHOOTOUTLarry Bird. . . . . . . BostonCraig Ehlo. . . . . . . ClevelandCraig Hodges. . . . . . ChicagoJeff Hornacek . . . . . PhoenixJim Les . . . . . . . . SacramentoDrazen Petrovic . . . . New JerseyMitch Richmond.
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April 7, 1992
Baseball Texas Rangers -- Signed P Floyd Bannister to a one-year contract. Placed P Scott Chiamparino on the 60-day DL. Purchased the contracts of P Steve Fireovid, P Wayne Rosenthal, OF John Cangelosi and former Orioles P Jeff Robinson from Triple-A Oklahoma City.BasketballMinnesota Timberwolves -- Signed G Doug West to a four-year contract extension through the 1995-96 season.Youngstown Pride (WBL) -- Named Bob Krizancic assistant coach.CollegesAlabama -- Named Danny Pearman Jr. offensive line coach.
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February 15, 2006
2 Wins needed by Arundel wrestler Justin Bowser, ranked No. 1 at 125 pounds, to break the county record for career wins (138) set by Old Mill's Doug West, in this weekend's Anne Arundel County Championships at Annapolis. 7 Overtime periods it took the Broadneck boys to sweep neighborhood rival Severna Park in two games. The Bruins won, 63-59, in triple overtime in December and 68-65 in four overtimes on Friday. 25 Career-high points scored by Old Mill's 6-foot-8 senior Rodney Stokes in the No. 8 Patriots' school-record 16th straight win last week, 76-49 over Southern.
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March 13, 2002
Wrestler of the Year: Matt Eveleth, Chesapeake Coach of the Year: Rex Miller, Chesapeake First team Weight Name School Class 103 Shane Fraser Chesapeake Freshman 112 Corey Bowers Chesapeake Sophomore 112 Doug West Old Mill Sophomore 119 Steve Yaruta Chesapeake Junior 125 Matt Eveleth Chesapeake Senior 130 Andrew Smith Annapolis Sophomore 130 Jim Woodland Chesapeake Sophomore 135 Chris Grove Chesapeake Sophomore 140 Bill Vollono Annapolis Senior...
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May 28, 1993
The Bulls' Michael Jordan and the Suns' Charles Barkley were the only unanimous picks to the 1993 All-NBA First Team. Results of balloting by a nationwide panel of media, with first-place votes in parentheses and total points:FIRST TEAM* Forwards -- Charles Barkley, Phoenix (98), 490; Karl Malone, Utah (45), 377.* Center -- Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston (83), 455.Guards -- Michael Jordan, Chicago (98), 490; Mark Price, Cleveland (44), 344.SECOND TEAM* Forwards -- Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta (47)
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February 1, 2006
Justin Bowser, Arundel Sport Wrestling BOYS STATS -- Ranked No. 1 in the metro area by The Sun in the 125-pound division, the senior is 24-1 with 16 pins for the No. 13 Wildcats. His 133 career wins are a school record and he is within five of the county record of 138 by Old Mill's Doug West. Only one of two Anne Arundel County public school wrestlers to be named to the All-Metro team last year, Bowser went 39-1 with 20 pins and six technical falls. SIDELINES -- As a junior, Bowser won his last 30 bouts and his first Class 4A-3A state championship after finishing third his sophomore season.
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