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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | May 9, 2004
On three of Dulaney's past four 4A-3A state title-winning teams and the only returning starter from last year, Will Englehart feels responsible to carry the torch. Englehart's leadership was on display in yesterday's 11-8 victory over visiting rival Towson (, his three goals a part of a seven-goal run that lifted the No. 9 Lions to their fifth straight Baltimore County 4A-3A title. Dulaney (12-2, 9-0) raised its public school winning streak to 52 games since an 8-7 loss to Fallston in 2001.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2014
Kodie Englehart recorded just one assist in his first game of the season, but the senior midfielder's presence alone was beneficial in No. 7 Washington College's 12-7 victory over Frostburg State on Saturday. “He's got an energy that you just can't try to replicate with anybody else,” coach Jeff Shirk said on Monday. “He was flying around, but I also think it was probably better for him to get his first game under his belt because of the way that Kodie is. He has such high energy and high emotion that he may have been a little too high on Saturday.
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By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,SUN STAFF | April 8, 1997
CAMBRIDGE -- A Denton waitress who drove the wrong way down U.S. 50 while drunk and killed two people pleaded guilty in court yesterday to manslaughter charges.The guilty plea by Sheila Ann Englehart, 40, resolved one of the most serious drunken-driving cases in recent memory on the Eastern Shore. Englehart's blood-alcohol level immediately after the Nov. 1 accident near Linkwood was 0.32, nearly five times the legal limit.Englehart faces as much as 20 years in jail after accepting a plea bargain from the Dorchester County state's attorney.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 20, 2014
Washington College's bid for a third consecutive appearance in the NCAA tournament will have to be accomplished without a trio of players who were crucial to the past two playoff runs. Attackman Bennett Cord graduated, taking with him a team-leading 33 goals and 31 assists last season en route to being named a second-team All American. Senior Jim Cusick, who recorded 28 goals and four assists in 2012, has shown the potential to fill Cord's role as a playmaker, but coach Jeff Shirk said he does not expect Cusick to play like Cord.
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December 1, 2005
On November 27, 2005 ELLA MAEBUCHANAN (nee Norman); beloved wife of Judge William R. Buchanan Sr.; devoted mother of Jane Watkins of Midland, MI, William R. Buchanan Jr. of Bethany Beach, DE, John Buchanan, Carol Hicks of Raleigh, NC and Mary (Pebbles) Englehart; dear grandmother of Ryan, Matthew, Dean and Ethan Watkins, Victoria Buchanan, Clay, Kevin and Taylor Buchanan, Michelle, Clara and Bradley Hicks and Paige and Warren Englehart. Friend may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home Inc., 1050 York Road, (at beltway 26A)
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November 7, 2005
On November 6, 2005, VERNA VIRGINIA (nee Thomas) LEE; mother of Carol Bueche and Barry Lee; grandmother of Tonya Salzman, Wynter and Candice Lloyd; great-grandmother of Taylor Carr and Nicholas Englehart Services at ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL, P.A., 11605 Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills, on Wednesday, 10 A.M. Interment in Druid Ridge Cemetery Mausoleum. Friends may call Tuesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.
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By From staff reports | March 13, 2007
Lexington, Va. -- Washington and Lee received goals from 16 players en route to a 24-1 victory over Hood (0-6) yesterday. Ned Rider recorded three goals and an assist for the Generals (2-3), while Max Mancuso had two goals and two assists, Will Keigler had two goals and an assist, and Bose Bratton, Jesse Ford, Will Englehart and Seth Fishman had two goals each. Alex Heaton started and played the first three quarters in goal for Washington and Lee, making two saves. Matt Mason played the final 15 minutes in goal, making one save and allowing the Blazers' only score, which came from Ricardo Gomez at 7:58 of the fourth quarter.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | October 30, 1993
Jen Englehart and Brian Harris, with diametrical running backgrounds, scored convincing victories to lead C. Milton Wright to a sweep in the Harford County cross country championships at Harford Glen yesterday.Englehart, a sophomore, who did not even know what cross country was some 15 months ago, took charge halfway through the girls 3.1-mile race and loped home a winner in 19 minutes 57 seconds, 75 yards ahead of teammate Amy Altmann, 20:17. Defending champion Christy Moon of Aberdeen was third, 20:23.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | May 2, 2007
After beating defending 3A-2A state champion Mount Hebron in overtime earlier this season, Centennial players thought they'd have it easy last weekend at River Hill, which already had lost to Mount Hebron by 10 goals. "But they shocked us," Eagles midfielder Jonathan Stumpf said, referring to a six-goal loss to the Hawks. "[Last night] against Glenelg, we weren't going to let that happen."
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By Bill Blewett and Bill Blewett,Special to The Sun | September 17, 1995
Breakfast attendance is up on Saturdays at Bob and Barbara Johnson's home near Bel Air. As a leading indicator of cross country fortunes, that points to a good year for the C. Milton Wright Mustangs."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | September 29, 2010
Dr. William P. Englehart, a retired Baltimore obstetrician-gynecologist who delivered the nation's fourth "test tube baby" nearly 30 years ago, died Sept. 22 of heart failure at Oak Crest Village retirement community. The former resident of Phoenix in Baltimore County was 90. "The patients loved the ground that man walked on. They always came first. His patients and physicians who studied under him will long remember Bill Englehart," said Dr. Ronald G. Peterson, a retired obstetrician-gynecologist who had been a partner in Dr. Englehart's practice.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | May 2, 2007
After beating defending 3A-2A state champion Mount Hebron in overtime earlier this season, Centennial players thought they'd have it easy last weekend at River Hill, which already had lost to Mount Hebron by 10 goals. "But they shocked us," Eagles midfielder Jonathan Stumpf said, referring to a six-goal loss to the Hawks. "[Last night] against Glenelg, we weren't going to let that happen."
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By From staff reports | March 13, 2007
Lexington, Va. -- Washington and Lee received goals from 16 players en route to a 24-1 victory over Hood (0-6) yesterday. Ned Rider recorded three goals and an assist for the Generals (2-3), while Max Mancuso had two goals and two assists, Will Keigler had two goals and an assist, and Bose Bratton, Jesse Ford, Will Englehart and Seth Fishman had two goals each. Alex Heaton started and played the first three quarters in goal for Washington and Lee, making two saves. Matt Mason played the final 15 minutes in goal, making one save and allowing the Blazers' only score, which came from Ricardo Gomez at 7:58 of the fourth quarter.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | March 29, 2006
Mount Hebron attackman Tommy Incontrera and his teammates have turned yellow - in terms of the uniforms they wear - as a show of confidence, the senior says. "I came up with the idea this summer, but others didn't want to do it at first," said Incontrera, whose No. 13 Vikings abandoned the traditional black-and-white uniform. "It wasn't about being cocky as much as wanting to try something different for our confidence." The changes paid off last night against visiting Centennial, a game during which Incontrera had an assist and scored the game's last two goals to clinch a 10-6 victory over a team it had been winless against in six prior meetings dating to 2001.
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December 1, 2005
On November 27, 2005 ELLA MAEBUCHANAN (nee Norman); beloved wife of Judge William R. Buchanan Sr.; devoted mother of Jane Watkins of Midland, MI, William R. Buchanan Jr. of Bethany Beach, DE, John Buchanan, Carol Hicks of Raleigh, NC and Mary (Pebbles) Englehart; dear grandmother of Ryan, Matthew, Dean and Ethan Watkins, Victoria Buchanan, Clay, Kevin and Taylor Buchanan, Michelle, Clara and Bradley Hicks and Paige and Warren Englehart. Friend may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home Inc., 1050 York Road, (at beltway 26A)
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November 7, 2005
On November 6, 2005, VERNA VIRGINIA (nee Thomas) LEE; mother of Carol Bueche and Barry Lee; grandmother of Tonya Salzman, Wynter and Candice Lloyd; great-grandmother of Taylor Carr and Nicholas Englehart Services at ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL, P.A., 11605 Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills, on Wednesday, 10 A.M. Interment in Druid Ridge Cemetery Mausoleum. Friends may call Tuesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.
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By Kelly Kennedy and Kelly Kennedy,Chicago Tribune | June 24, 2005
Jesse Sullivan has lost both arms at his shoulders, but with the help of a prosthetic arm and hand and a set of rewired nerves, he can now feel -- and sense hot and cold -- almost as if he had real fingers. Two years ago, experts thought this advance lay at least a decade away. Now they see it as a leap forward in treating victims of stroke, lost limbs and paralysis. Sullivan, 58, sees it as a step toward his fishing rod. "That's where I'm going with it," Sullivan said at a news conference in Chicago announcing the new technology.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | March 29, 2006
Mount Hebron attackman Tommy Incontrera and his teammates have turned yellow - in terms of the uniforms they wear - as a show of confidence, the senior says. "I came up with the idea this summer, but others didn't want to do it at first," said Incontrera, whose No. 13 Vikings abandoned the traditional black-and-white uniform. "It wasn't about being cocky as much as wanting to try something different for our confidence." The changes paid off last night against visiting Centennial, a game during which Incontrera had an assist and scored the game's last two goals to clinch a 10-6 victory over a team it had been winless against in six prior meetings dating to 2001.
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By Kelly Kennedy and Kelly Kennedy,Chicago Tribune | June 24, 2005
Jesse Sullivan has lost both arms at his shoulders, but with the help of a prosthetic arm and hand and a set of rewired nerves, he can now feel -- and sense hot and cold -- almost as if he had real fingers. Two years ago, experts thought this advance lay at least a decade away. Now they see it as a leap forward in treating victims of stroke, lost limbs and paralysis. Sullivan, 58, sees it as a step toward his fishing rod. "That's where I'm going with it," Sullivan said at a news conference in Chicago announcing the new technology.
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