Advertisement
HomeCollectionsElizabeth Seton
IN THE NEWS

Elizabeth Seton

FEATURED ARTICLES
EXPLORE
December 22, 2012
The Aberdeen Eagles stayed unbeaten in girls basketball, going on the road and beating Elizabeth Seton, 65-45, Friday to run their record to 5-0. Aberdeen poured in 25 points during the first quarter and led at halftime, 34-24. After three quarters, the Eagles held a 49-34 advantage. Freshman Stephanie Jones led Aberdeen in scoring with 18 points, and dad eight rebounds. Her sister, Brionna Jones, a senior, scored 17 points and had 13 rebounds. Their teammate, Endia Jones, scored 12 points.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | March 8, 2013
Georgetown Visitation (D.C.) used the long ball to hang with No. 3 McDonogh for a half. But the Eagles (22-7) tightened their perimeter defense and rolled, 71-54, in Thursday's girls opening round of the Bishop Walsh Invitational basketball tournament in Cumberland. The Cubs (19-7) made eight 3-pointers in the first half and trailed, 39-32, at the break. Georgetown Visitation made 17 field goals, 12 of which were 3-pointers. The Eagles outscored the Cubs 22-10 in the third quarter to pull away.
Advertisement
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 30, 1995
LARGO -- Perennial state girls basketball power Elizabeth Seton of Bladensburg held off a strong fourth-quarter rally by second-ranked Arundel last night for a 44-40 victory in the championship game of the IAABO Christmas tournament at Prince George's Community College.Seton (10-1) walked off with its third straight IAABO title despite a strong performance in the fourth quarter by Arundel freshman guard Megan Rollins.Rollins scored 10 of her game-high 12 points in the fourth quarter to give the Wildcats (5-2)
EXPLORE
December 22, 2012
The Aberdeen Eagles stayed unbeaten in girls basketball, going on the road and beating Elizabeth Seton, 65-45, Friday to run their record to 5-0. Aberdeen poured in 25 points during the first quarter and led at halftime, 34-24. After three quarters, the Eagles held a 49-34 advantage. Freshman Stephanie Jones led Aberdeen in scoring with 18 points, and dad eight rebounds. Her sister, Brionna Jones, a senior, scored 17 points and had 13 rebounds. Their teammate, Endia Jones, scored 12 points.
SPORTS
By Jeremy Bryant and Jeremy Bryant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 5, 1999
The girl's basketball game between Elizabeth Seton and Roland Park started about an hour behind schedule at the Seton Keough Tip-Off tournament yesterday.Perhaps the Reds wished it never happened at all.The Roadrunners of Bladensburg jumped out to a 15-0 lead and coasted to a 60-32 win over Roland Park.Elizabeth Seton held a 45-5 advantage and halftime and held the Reds without a field goal for the first 10 minutes of the game."I watched [Seton] play last night and knew what they could do," said Roland Park coach Scott Buckley.
SPORTS
By Jeremy Bryant and Jeremy Bryant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 4, 1999
Senior Katrina Martin scored 16 of her 27 points in the third quarter in Elizabeth Seton's 74-54 win over Archbishop Spalding in the Seton Keough Tip-Off Classic last night.The Cavaliers (0-2) came back from 10 points back to tie the score at 18 with 6: 50 left in the first half and cut the Seton's lead to four at the half after being down by 11 with 3: 22 left.Martin's run put an end to that. In the third quarter, Seton (1-0) outscored Spalding 25-12, extending its lead to 64-47.Turnovers hurt the Cavaliers.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 4, 2000
They both look toward the knowledge of the same patron saint. Last night, Bladensburg's Elizabeth Seton and Baltimore's Seton Keough also looked somewhat similar on the basketball court. That is, except for one sizable difference. Led by 6-foot-4 University of Virginia signee Lynette O'Reggio, the Washington-area team dominated in the paint yesterday, building a double-digit lead by late in the third quarter before holding off the feisty Gators, 47-37, at the St. Paul's Tip-off Tournament.
SPORTS
December 9, 1997
Angie CreekMeade girls basketballDespite two losses, Creek, a junior guard, had a strong week with totals of 43 points, seven assists, five rebounds and three steals. She made 19 of 34 field goals in the losses to John Carroll (71-70) and Elizabeth Seton (66-53). She scored 29 against Elizabeth Seton.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 9, 1997
The Roland Park girls basketball team was expected to be one of the area's most improved teams this season.The Reds showed just how far they have come, stunning Elizabeth Seton, the top-ranked team in the state and the No. 2 team in the Washington, D.C., area, 58-52, Sunday at Seton Keough.Betsy Gaines scored 22 points for the Reds (2-1). Roland Park was coming off a 45-44 loss to St. John's Prospect Hall on Saturday.Bladensburg's Elizabeth Seton (2-1) had beaten St. Mary's, The Sun's preseason No. 1, 76-59, on Thursday.
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | March 8, 2013
Georgetown Visitation (D.C.) used the long ball to hang with No. 3 McDonogh for a half. But the Eagles (22-7) tightened their perimeter defense and rolled, 71-54, in Thursday's girls opening round of the Bishop Walsh Invitational basketball tournament in Cumberland. The Cubs (19-7) made eight 3-pointers in the first half and trailed, 39-32, at the break. Georgetown Visitation made 17 field goals, 12 of which were 3-pointers. The Eagles outscored the Cubs 22-10 in the third quarter to pull away.
SPORTS
By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | December 16, 2012
No. 13 Poly at Ben Franklin-Masonville When: Tuesday, 5 p.m. Coaches: Sam Brand, Poly; William Russell, Ben Franklin-Masonville PLAYERS TO WATCH Poly: John Crosby, Sr., PG; Darrion Stokes-Graham, Sr., F; Will Wyche, Sr., SG Ben Franklin-Masonville: Breyon Graves, Sr., SG; Trey Henriques, Jr., SF; Kevin Thompson, Sr., C KEYS TO VICTORY In getting off to a 4-0 start, Ben Franklin-Masonville has...
NEWS
April 6, 2008
Middletown swept the team titles, but several local boys and girls fared well at yesterday's Pikesville Track Classic. Kellie Christian and Naomy Ramos helped Catonsville finish second with 48 points, eight behind Middletown. The Comets beat out Elizabeth Seton (46) and top-ranked Seton Keough (38). Christian won the 400 in 58.08 seconds and helped the victorious 1,600 relay. Ramos ran on that relay team plus the second-place 400 relay - also with Christian - and she also took second in the 300 hurdles.
NEWS
May 14, 2005
On May 10, 2005, SALVATORE FRANCIS ANGELOZZI; beloved husband of the late Elsa Beatrice Angelozzi; devoted father of Mark G. Angelozzi, Clare Mac Donald of Rehoboth Beach, DE, Carol Angelozzi and Lisa Barnhill; dear brother of Peggy Ruta and Joseph Angelozzi. He is also survived by seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc., 6500 York Road (at Overbrook) on Sunday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Monday 10:30 A.M. at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart, Mt. Washington.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | February 19, 2002
Archbishop Spalding girls basketball coach Deb Taylor's qualms were well-warranted. Perhaps still savoring their first Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championship, the top-ranked Cavaliers couldn't find their rhythm or touch as they dropped a nonconference game to visiting Elizabeth Seton, 54-44, in Severn last night. The loss ended a magical one-week run for Archbishop Spalding (20-9), which blazed through the IAAM Tournament for the title by edging then-No. 1 Seton Keough on Saturday night.
SPORTS
By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | April 22, 2001
The rain didn't fall, but the meet records sure did at the Glenelg Invitational yesterday. Eleven meet records were either tied or broken by athletes from 32 Maryland teams in attendance at Glenelg High School, but the real story was the dominance of the Long Reach girls team, which ran away with the title, outscoring runner-up Elizabeth Seton, 126-69.5. Middletown, led by senior distance runner Will Christian, took home the boys title, finishing with 66 points, just ahead of Patuxent, which came in second with 55.5.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 4, 2000
They both look toward the knowledge of the same patron saint. Last night, Bladensburg's Elizabeth Seton and Baltimore's Seton Keough also looked somewhat similar on the basketball court. That is, except for one sizable difference. Led by 6-foot-4 University of Virginia signee Lynette O'Reggio, the Washington-area team dominated in the paint yesterday, building a double-digit lead by late in the third quarter before holding off the feisty Gators, 47-37, at the St. Paul's Tip-off Tournament.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | February 19, 2002
Archbishop Spalding girls basketball coach Deb Taylor's qualms were well-warranted. Perhaps still savoring their first Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championship, the top-ranked Cavaliers couldn't find their rhythm or touch as they dropped a nonconference game to visiting Elizabeth Seton, 54-44, in Severn last night. The loss ended a magical one-week run for Archbishop Spalding (20-9), which blazed through the IAAM Tournament for the title by edging then-No. 1 Seton Keough on Saturday night.
SPORTS
By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | April 22, 2001
The rain didn't fall, but the meet records sure did at the Glenelg Invitational yesterday. Eleven meet records were either tied or broken by athletes from 32 Maryland teams in attendance at Glenelg High School, but the real story was the dominance of the Long Reach girls team, which ran away with the title, outscoring runner-up Elizabeth Seton, 126-69.5. Middletown, led by senior distance runner Will Christian, took home the boys title, finishing with 66 points, just ahead of Patuxent, which came in second with 55.5.
SPORTS
By Jeremy Bryant and Jeremy Bryant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 5, 1999
The girl's basketball game between Elizabeth Seton and Roland Park started about an hour behind schedule at the Seton Keough Tip-Off tournament yesterday.Perhaps the Reds wished it never happened at all.The Roadrunners of Bladensburg jumped out to a 15-0 lead and coasted to a 60-32 win over Roland Park.Elizabeth Seton held a 45-5 advantage and halftime and held the Reds without a field goal for the first 10 minutes of the game."I watched [Seton] play last night and knew what they could do," said Roland Park coach Scott Buckley.
SPORTS
By Jeremy Bryant and Jeremy Bryant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 5, 1999
The girl's basketball game between Elizabeth Seton and Roland Park started about an hour behind schedule at the Seton Keough Tip-Off tournament yesterday.Perhaps the Reds wished it never happened at all.The Roadrunners of Bladensburg jumped out to a 15-0 lead and coasted to a 60-32 win over Roland Park.Elizabeth Seton held a 45-5 advantage and halftime and held the Reds without a field goal for the first 10 minutes of the game."I watched [Seton] play last night and knew what they could do," said Roland Park coach Scott Buckley.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.