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November 6, 1990
City students are shortchangedMike Klingaman's series pointing out the deficiencies in the Baltimore City schools' girls interscholastic sports and physical education programs reveals more than athletic shortcomings in the city schools. The article concerns just one symptom of a terminally ill educational system. We often read about the shortcomings of students in the system. Sadly, we are reading about the 50 percent who remain in school. The other 50 percent don't even attend school.Inner city students have tremendous odds stacked against them.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD | June 25, 1995
Ron Belinko has worn many hats during his association with athletics in the Baltimore area and statewide."Now it's time to pass one of those hats on," said Belinko, 52, as he steps down as director of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association's wrestling committee.In being replaced by Bruce Cowen, supervisor of physical education and athletics in Carroll County, Belinko ends his association with the 26-year-old tournament's wrestling committee, which he helped to begin in 1970 as a coach at Eastern Technical.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | May 23, 1991
Justin Klein of Gilman and Kisha Jett of Hammond are the final Athletes of the Week for this 1990-91 scholastic year.They join 70 other weekly selections who will be saluted by The Evening Sun at the 25th annual Athletes of the Year awards luncheon, set for June 5 at the Towson Sheraton. Each weekly winner and his/her coach and parents are invited. The Evening Sun will name the 1991 male and female Athletes of the Year.Broadneck's Betsy Given and Poly's Chris Lafferman were the 1990 Athletes of the Year, the latest in a growing list of outstanding athletes that includes former Oriole Jim Traber (Wilde Lake)
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By John Harris III and John Harris III,Contributing Writer | January 28, 1994
More than 200 people braved icy conditions to be a part of the first Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame banquet last night in the atrium at Carroll Community College.The event, sponsored by the Westminster Rotary Club, honored five athletes who brought honor to county sports: Charles Duppins, Charles Havens, Earl Hersh, Herbert E. Ruby and George L. Stem. Mr. Ruby was honored posthumously; the other four were at the ceremony.The five are the first members of the new Hall of Fame at the college.
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By SAM DAVIS | January 28, 1992
Ron Belinko, the coordinator of physical education and athletics for Baltimore County schools, has been chosen as president-elect of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association.Pat Barry, the coordinator for physical education and athletics in Montgomery County, was elected president and will replace current president Chuck Brown on June 1. Barry will serve two years. Belinko will become president in 1994 and will also serve a two-year term.For the next two years as president-elect, Belinko will work with Barry, becoming familiar with the duties of president.
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By Staff report | May 23, 1991
Paul Rusko, county coordinator of physical education and athletics, followed the path of his assistant, Jean Boyd, when he announced his retirement Tuesday.Rusko, who has served in the county for the past 32 years as a physical education teacher, coach, athletic director, assistant principal and at his current position, officially will step down on June 30."I've been in the business for 34 years -- that's over half of mylifetime," said Rusko, 57."I always told myself that I would know when it's the right time and I've been toying with it for some time.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD | June 25, 1995
Ron Belinko has worn many hats during his association with athletics in the Baltimore area and statewide."Now it's time to pass one of those hats on," said Belinko, 52, as he steps down as director of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association's wrestling committee.In being replaced by Bruce Cowen, supervisor of physical education and athletics in Carroll County, Belinko ends his association with the 26-year-old tournament's wrestling committee, which he helped to begin in 1970 as a coach at Eastern Technical.
NEWS
By John Harris III and John Harris III,Contributing Writer | January 28, 1994
More than 200 people braved icy conditions to be a part of the first Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame banquet last night in the atrium at Carroll Community College.The event, sponsored by the Westminster Rotary Club, honored five athletes who brought honor to county sports: Charles Duppins, Charles Havens, Earl Hersh, Herbert E. Ruby and George L. Stem. Mr. Ruby was honored posthumously; the other four were at the ceremony.The five are the first members of the new Hall of Fame at the college.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | June 14, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- When Earl Hersh became supervisor of physical education and athletics in Carroll 25 years ago, he followed in the footsteps of his former coach and supervisor Herb Ruby.When Bruce Cowan was selected by the Board of Education last week to replace the retiring Hersh, that trend continued.And for the first time in some 2 1/2 decades, Carroll will have a supervisor of physical education and athletics other than Earl Hersh.Cowan played football for Hersh at Westminster High in the 1960s, then served as a coach and athletic director under his predecessor in the 1980s.
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June 7, 1991
A hiring freeze, in effect since last November, is hindering Anne Arundel officials from moving to replace the county's retiring supervisors of physical education and athletics.Paul Rusko and Jean Boyd both have announced their retirements, effective June 30."It's unfortunate that Mr. Rusko and Mrs. Boyd have decided to retire at the same time, at the end of this month," said Dr. Dennis Younger, coordinator of curriculum for Anne Arundel County. "Because of our hiring freeze, we have not been able to advertise to fill their positions.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | August 17, 1993
Starting at the top, there are plenty of changes in Baltimore County athletics.Ron Belinko, formerly the coordinator of physical education and athletics, is now in the office of athletics -- separate from the office of physical education -- as coordinator of athletics.Belinko's former assistant and supervisor of phys ed and athletics for women, Sarajane Quinn, is now the coordinator of health and physical education."Phys ed is now under the department of instruction. Athletics is under the department of student services," said Belinko, whose assistant, NotebookJill Masterman, was a multi-sport coach at Randallstown for several years before spending last season as softball coach at Overlea.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | June 14, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- When Earl Hersh became supervisor of physical education and athletics in Carroll 25 years ago, he followed in the footsteps of his former coach and supervisor Herb Ruby.When Bruce Cowan was selected by the Board of Education last week to replace the retiring Hersh, that trend continued.And for the first time in some 2 1/2 decades, Carroll will have a supervisor of physical education and athletics other than Earl Hersh.Cowan played football for Hersh at Westminster High in the 1960s, then served as a coach and athletic director under his predecessor in the 1980s.
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By SAM DAVIS | January 28, 1992
Ron Belinko, the coordinator of physical education and athletics for Baltimore County schools, has been chosen as president-elect of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association.Pat Barry, the coordinator for physical education and athletics in Montgomery County, was elected president and will replace current president Chuck Brown on June 1. Barry will serve two years. Belinko will become president in 1994 and will also serve a two-year term.For the next two years as president-elect, Belinko will work with Barry, becoming familiar with the duties of president.
SPORTS
June 7, 1991
A hiring freeze, in effect since last November, is hindering Anne Arundel officials from moving to replace the county's retiring supervisors of physical education and athletics.Paul Rusko and Jean Boyd both have announced their retirements, effective June 30."It's unfortunate that Mr. Rusko and Mrs. Boyd have decided to retire at the same time, at the end of this month," said Dr. Dennis Younger, coordinator of curriculum for Anne Arundel County. "Because of our hiring freeze, we have not been able to advertise to fill their positions.
NEWS
By Staff report | May 23, 1991
Paul Rusko, county coordinator of physical education and athletics, followed the path of his assistant, Jean Boyd, when he announced his retirement Tuesday.Rusko, who has served in the county for the past 32 years as a physical education teacher, coach, athletic director, assistant principal and at his current position, officially will step down on June 30."I've been in the business for 34 years -- that's over half of mylifetime," said Rusko, 57."I always told myself that I would know when it's the right time and I've been toying with it for some time.
SPORTS
By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | May 23, 1991
Justin Klein of Gilman and Kisha Jett of Hammond are the final Athletes of the Week for this 1990-91 scholastic year.They join 70 other weekly selections who will be saluted by The Evening Sun at the 25th annual Athletes of the Year awards luncheon, set for June 5 at the Towson Sheraton. Each weekly winner and his/her coach and parents are invited. The Evening Sun will name the 1991 male and female Athletes of the Year.Broadneck's Betsy Given and Poly's Chris Lafferman were the 1990 Athletes of the Year, the latest in a growing list of outstanding athletes that includes former Oriole Jim Traber (Wilde Lake)
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | August 17, 1993
Starting at the top, there are plenty of changes in Baltimore County athletics.Ron Belinko, formerly the coordinator of physical education and athletics, is now in the office of athletics -- separate from the office of physical education -- as coordinator of athletics.Belinko's former assistant and supervisor of phys ed and athletics for women, Sarajane Quinn, is now the coordinator of health and physical education."Phys ed is now under the department of instruction. Athletics is under the department of student services," said Belinko, whose assistant, NotebookJill Masterman, was a multi-sport coach at Randallstown for several years before spending last season as softball coach at Overlea.
SPORTS
November 6, 1990
City students are shortchangedMike Klingaman's series pointing out the deficiencies in the Baltimore City schools' girls interscholastic sports and physical education programs reveals more than athletic shortcomings in the city schools. The article concerns just one symptom of a terminally ill educational system. We often read about the shortcomings of students in the system. Sadly, we are reading about the 50 percent who remain in school. The other 50 percent don't even attend school.Inner city students have tremendous odds stacked against them.
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