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June 4, 1995
Where: Curley Field, Loyola CollegeWhen: Today, 2 p.m.What: The second annual all-star game features the top boys lacrosse players from all areas of Maryland. Awards will be given to the top offensive player of the game in honor of Kevin Reichardt (St. Mary's) and to the defensive standout in the contest in honor of Eric Franklin (Southern-AA).Admission: $3.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2012
When Maryland got a commitment from quarterback Perry Hills from Pittsburgh's Central Catholic, it may not have known it was getting a package deal. Hills talked up the school to his close friend and high school teammate - defensive back Anthony Nixon. Nixon committed to the Terps after Hills did. Even more surprising:  both are starting in their freshman seasons. Nixon did a capable job filling in last week for injured strong safety Matt Robinson (groin). We'll learn more about Robinson's status when Thursday's injury report comes out. But suffice it to say Nixon may be summoned again for Saturday's game at Virginia.
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June 4, 2008
PERFORMER OF THE YEAR ERIC FRANKLIN ARCHBISHOP CURLEY The junior played a big role in the Friars winning the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association title this spring. He went undefeated in the 110 hurdles and was the team's leading scorer. Franklin also was on the 800-meter relay team that set an MIAA record this spring. He also is a standout in football, and Division I schools are recruiting him for that sport. Coach of the Year Gene Hoffman Archbishop Curley Hoffman just completed his 34th season as Curley's coach with a very successful spring.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2011
Eric Franklin and Jerome Junior have stayed in touch since leaving Archbishop Curley High School to play college football. Their families remained friendly as well, so when Junior's father, Jerome Sr., texted Eric's father, Kevin, last Sunday afternoon, it did not come as a surprise. Yet the message seemed to jump off the screen: UCONN COACH COMING TO MARYLAND "I said, 'What?," the elder Franklin recalled. Junior's father was waiting to leave Arizona, where his son, a starting safety on the Connecticut football team, had played Saturday night in a 48-20 loss to Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Sun Staff Writer | May 10, 1994
It could have happened to anyone who was cruising down a dark, winding, rain-slicked road at 4 a.m., students at Southern High School in Anne Arundel County said yesterday.The crash that killed Eric Michael Franklin, the 17-year-old captain of the lacrosse team, and injured his best friend and teammate, John Lawson Pasquella, 18, was no one's fault, they insisted."We just want to say that it was not John's fault," said Boone Poulin, 17, another teammate. "We want to make it perfectly clear.
SPORTS
By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2012
When Maryland got a commitment from quarterback Perry Hills from Pittsburgh's Central Catholic, it may not have known it was getting a package deal. Hills talked up the school to his close friend and high school teammate - defensive back Anthony Nixon. Nixon committed to the Terps after Hills did. Even more surprising:  both are starting in their freshman seasons. Nixon did a capable job filling in last week for injured strong safety Matt Robinson (groin). We'll learn more about Robinson's status when Thursday's injury report comes out. But suffice it to say Nixon may be summoned again for Saturday's game at Virginia.
SPORTS
June 4, 1995
The second annual all-star game today at 2 p.m. at Loyola College's Curley Field will feature some of the top boys lacrosse players from all areas of Maryland.Baltimore Sun All-Metro Player of the Year Lorne Smith of Gilman will be among them.The game also showcases 35 players who have committed to Division I programs and 10 first-team All-Metro selections.Awards will be given to the top offensive player of the game in honor of Kevin Reichardt (St. Mary's) and to the defensive standout in the contest in honor of Eric Franklin (Southern-AA)
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By Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn,Sun Reporters | May 23, 2007
Archbishop Curley's track and field team members promised their coach, Gene Hoffman, that they'd win their second straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association title in his honor. Two weeks ago, the Friars kept their word. Unranked in The Sun upon entering the event, the Friars scored 109 points, leaving behind teams such as then-No. 2 Gilman, then-No. 3 Loyola, McDonogh, Mount St. Joseph and Calvert Hall. It was the second straight year the Friars won the MIAA's Gene Hoffman Trophy.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2011
Eric Franklin and Jerome Junior have stayed in touch since leaving Archbishop Curley High School to play college football. Their families remained friendly as well, so when Junior's father, Jerome Sr., texted Eric's father, Kevin, last Sunday afternoon, it did not come as a surprise. Yet the message seemed to jump off the screen: UCONN COACH COMING TO MARYLAND "I said, 'What?," the elder Franklin recalled. Junior's father was waiting to leave Arizona, where his son, a starting safety on the Connecticut football team, had played Saturday night in a 48-20 loss to Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
NEWS
November 29, 2003
On November 22, 2003; LAWRENCE ELBERT MORGAN. He leaves to cherish his precious memories two sons Keith Ian, Eric Franklin and one daughter Laura Evon. The family will receive friends on Sunday, November 30, 2003 at the Howell Funeral Home, 4600 Liberty Heights Avenue from 11 AM to 6 PM. Funeral Services will be held in the funeral home chapel on Monday, December 1, 2003. Family hour 11 AM, Service to follow 11:30 AM. Interment in Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery.
NEWS
June 4, 2008
PERFORMER OF THE YEAR ERIC FRANKLIN ARCHBISHOP CURLEY The junior played a big role in the Friars winning the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association title this spring. He went undefeated in the 110 hurdles and was the team's leading scorer. Franklin also was on the 800-meter relay team that set an MIAA record this spring. He also is a standout in football, and Division I schools are recruiting him for that sport. Coach of the Year Gene Hoffman Archbishop Curley Hoffman just completed his 34th season as Curley's coach with a very successful spring.
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By Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn,Sun Reporters | May 23, 2007
Archbishop Curley's track and field team members promised their coach, Gene Hoffman, that they'd win their second straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association title in his honor. Two weeks ago, the Friars kept their word. Unranked in The Sun upon entering the event, the Friars scored 109 points, leaving behind teams such as then-No. 2 Gilman, then-No. 3 Loyola, McDonogh, Mount St. Joseph and Calvert Hall. It was the second straight year the Friars won the MIAA's Gene Hoffman Trophy.
SPORTS
June 4, 1995
Where: Curley Field, Loyola CollegeWhen: Today, 2 p.m.What: The second annual all-star game features the top boys lacrosse players from all areas of Maryland. Awards will be given to the top offensive player of the game in honor of Kevin Reichardt (St. Mary's) and to the defensive standout in the contest in honor of Eric Franklin (Southern-AA).Admission: $3.
SPORTS
June 4, 1995
The second annual all-star game today at 2 p.m. at Loyola College's Curley Field will feature some of the top boys lacrosse players from all areas of Maryland.Baltimore Sun All-Metro Player of the Year Lorne Smith of Gilman will be among them.The game also showcases 35 players who have committed to Division I programs and 10 first-team All-Metro selections.Awards will be given to the top offensive player of the game in honor of Kevin Reichardt (St. Mary's) and to the defensive standout in the contest in honor of Eric Franklin (Southern-AA)
NEWS
By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Sun Staff Writer | May 10, 1994
It could have happened to anyone who was cruising down a dark, winding, rain-slicked road at 4 a.m., students at Southern High School in Anne Arundel County said yesterday.The crash that killed Eric Michael Franklin, the 17-year-old captain of the lacrosse team, and injured his best friend and teammate, John Lawson Pasquella, 18, was no one's fault, they insisted."We just want to say that it was not John's fault," said Boone Poulin, 17, another teammate. "We want to make it perfectly clear.
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By Katherine Dunn | December 27, 2011
Archbishop Curley running back Avery Williams has committed to play football for Temple after making his official visit last week. An All-Metro second-team selection, Williams opted for Temple over offers from Delaware State, Morgan State and Stony Brook. East Carolina, Duke and West Virginia also had recently shown interest, said Curley coach Sean Murphy. Williams ran for 1,325 yards and scored 12 touchdowns this fall for the Friars, who finished 7-4 and made the B Conference playoffs.
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