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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | June 2, 1991
Brian Hunt, South River's 154-pound senior wrestler, stared down Bruce Baumgardner, a 290-pound former Olympic and world champion, and accepted his wrestling challenge.Hunt has accepted Coach Baumgardner's offer to wrestle at nationally ranked Edinboro University on a partial athletic scholarship."I really like their emphasis on academics," said Hunt, an All-Metro wrestler who won county and regional tournament titles with a 33-3-1 record."Every wrestler is monitored and has to go to class and study hall.
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April 28, 1998
ANOTHER small college town. Another shattered community. Another pubescent murder suspect wearing a vacant stare in the back seat of a patrol car.After two youths were charged in the slayings of a teacher and four classmates in Jonesboro, Ark., a month ago, the question was, "How could this happen?"But after another middle-schooler, witnesses say, shot a teacher in the head Friday, then walked coolly into a school dance to open fire, the question now becomes, "How can we stop this?"Andrew Wurst, 14, of Edinboro, Pa., who is charged in the homicide, had told others at James W. Parker Middle School that he was going to the dance to "kill some people."
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NEWS
August 28, 1991
Age; residence: 38; CockeysvilleSalary: $41,747Family: Single Education: Bachelor's degree in art education fromEdinboro University, Edinboro, Pa., 1974; master's of education in art, Edinboro University, 1978. Additional graduate study at Towson State University Previous work experience: Secondary art teacher in Korumburra, Victoria, Australia; elementary art teacher in Upper DauphinSchool District, Pa.; testing officer for Maryland Department of Education; certification specialist for the Maryland Department of Education and Eastern Shore of Maryland Educational Consortium
NEWS
August 28, 1991
Age; residence: 38; CockeysvilleSalary: $41,747Family: Single Education: Bachelor's degree in art education fromEdinboro University, Edinboro, Pa., 1974; master's of education in art, Edinboro University, 1978. Additional graduate study at Towson State University Previous work experience: Secondary art teacher in Korumburra, Victoria, Australia; elementary art teacher in Upper DauphinSchool District, Pa.; testing officer for Maryland Department of Education; certification specialist for the Maryland Department of Education and Eastern Shore of Maryland Educational Consortium
NEWS
April 28, 1998
ANOTHER small college town. Another shattered community. Another pubescent murder suspect wearing a vacant stare in the back seat of a patrol car.After two youths were charged in the slayings of a teacher and four classmates in Jonesboro, Ark., a month ago, the question was, "How could this happen?"But after another middle-schooler, witnesses say, shot a teacher in the head Friday, then walked coolly into a school dance to open fire, the question now becomes, "How can we stop this?"Andrew Wurst, 14, of Edinboro, Pa., who is charged in the homicide, had told others at James W. Parker Middle School that he was going to the dance to "kill some people."
SPORTS
January 2, 2000
Colleges Edinboro: Named Lou Tepper football coach. Football Falcons: Placed LB Ruffin Hamilton (hamstring) on IR. Signed DT Ben Huff from practice squad. Hockey Mighty Ducks: Assigned RW Frank Banham to AHL Cincinnati. Panthers: Reassigned G Rich Shulmistra to AHL Louisville. Horse racing Aqueduct: Announced seven-day suspension, effective tomorrow, of Carlos Montalvo for careless riding aboard Dot's Pleasure on Thursday.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2010
A two-time state wrestling champion and star quarterback who was arrested last month for assaulting another North County High School student is set to be tried in December in Baltimore on two previous incidents that also resulted in assault charges. According to police, James Patrick Downey III of Linthicum Heights assaulted Connor M. Little in a parking lot near M&T Bank Stadium in November 2009 while they were attending the annual "Turkey Bowl" football game between Calvert Hall and Loyola.
NEWS
October 8, 2005
On October 4, 2005, RUTH GIESE HEIN beloved wife of Rev. Charles L. Hein; devoted mother of David Hein of Frederick MD, and Rev. Stephen D. Hein of Baltimore MD; loving grandmother of Charles Alexander Hein of Edinboro PA. A Funeral Service will be held in St. John's Episcopal Church, Huntingdon, 3001 Old York Rd. on Saturday, October 8 at 11 A.M. Interment Private. Arrangements by the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc.
SPORTS
February 15, 1998
CollegesEdinboro: Named Bruce Baumgartner athletic director.Tennessee: Named Mike Barry offensive line coach.BaseballCardinals: Signed P Steve Ontiveros to minor-league contract with invitation to spring training.Indians: Signed P Melido Perez to minor-league contract with invitation to spring training.Padres: Agreed to terms with P Heath Murray on one-year contract.Reds: Agreed to terms with OF Ozzie Timmons on one-year contract.FootballBills: Signed free agent WR/KR Kevin Williams, who had been with Cardinals.
NEWS
September 12, 1990
HAMPSTEAD - A new wheelchair ramp built at North Carroll High School's athletic stadium was dedicated by the 1989 senior class during halftime ceremonies at the school's season-opening football game last Friday.The ramp is dedicated to Eddie Hahn, a 1989 North Carroll graduate who uses a wheelchair and had to position himself on the outside track to watch any North Carroll sports events.Hahn, a sophomore at Edinboro (Pa.) University, was unable to attend the ceremony but his grandparents, John and Anna O'Neil of Finksburg, attended in his place.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | June 2, 1991
Brian Hunt, South River's 154-pound senior wrestler, stared down Bruce Baumgardner, a 290-pound former Olympic and world champion, and accepted his wrestling challenge.Hunt has accepted Coach Baumgardner's offer to wrestle at nationally ranked Edinboro University on a partial athletic scholarship."I really like their emphasis on academics," said Hunt, an All-Metro wrestler who won county and regional tournament titles with a 33-3-1 record."Every wrestler is monitored and has to go to class and study hall.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 23, 1997
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- Jim Guzzio of the University of Maryland and Grant Johnson from Owings Mills, Md., earned All-America honors at the NCAA Division I wrestling championships this weekend.Guzzio, a senior competing in the 134-pound class, lost his first ,, consolation-bracket match yesterday to Yero Washington of Fresno State, 10-8, in overtime.In the next round, Guzzio (39-2) won the final match of his college career, defeating Joey Heckel of Arizona State, 7-6, to place fifth.Boston University's Johnson, a three-time Maryland state champion, though seeded No. 10 at 177 pounds, split his matches yesterday and also placed fifth.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 28, 1996
For the fourth time in five weeks, Donta Evans (McDonogh) is the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East Rookie of the Week after leading West Chester to three straight basketball wins.In the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Holiday Inn Classic, the freshman point guard was named tournament MVP after scoring 17 points in the semifinal win over Central State and 24 in the upset of IUP, NCAA Division II's top-ranked team, in the final.In West Chester's final game of the week, Evans had 15 points, nine assists and four rebounds in a blowout of Wheeling Jesuit.
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