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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | February 20, 1991
Eric Graham led Oakland Mills to victory by winning three gold medals at the Region I, Class 3A track meet last week. But it's the one the senior didn't win that people may remember most.Top-seeded Graham false-started in the 55-meter --; in high school track that's a sudden-death penalty. It means disqualification with no second chance. Since regionals are a qualifier for states, it means Graham false-started himself out of a near-certain state gold medal.He had won the county championship 55-meter -- in 6.4 seconds.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2014
A former Naval Academy football player who is accused of sexually assaulting a fellow midshipman is moving toward a court-martial next month, officials said Tuesday. Jason Ehrenberg, a civilian attorney for Midshipman Joshua Tate, said the military judge in the case told prosecutors and defense attorneys this week that he planned to deny motions to dismiss the case. "We're going forward," Ehrenberg said. The judge, Marine Col. Daniel Daugherty, has not yet issued his rulings, and a Naval Academy spokesman said it would be improper to comment on a pending case.
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By Alan Widmann | February 22, 1991
Depth carried Oakland Mills' boys and Linganore's girls to team titles, as the state indoor track championships concluded with the Class 3A division at the Fifth Regiment Armory last night.Oakland Mills won three events and Linganore only two -- both far from the eight taken by Central's girls in Wednesday's 1A-2A meet -- but each scored well throughout."When a team wins the state meet, that is almost always the case," said Oakland Mills coach Caskie Lewis-Clapper, whose team ran past runner-up Leonardtown, 86-58.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2013
The superintendent of the Naval Academy has referred two former members of the Navy football team to a court-martial on charges that they sexually assaulted a fellow midshipman while she was incapacitated at a party in Annapolis, the academy said Thursday. Attorneys for Midshipmen Joshua Tate and Eric Graham said the decision by Vice Adm. Michael Miller went beyond the recommendation of a military judge who presided over a preliminary hearing in the case. The attorneys said Cmdr.
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By BILL FREE and BILL FREE,SUN REPORTER | May 10, 2006
CCBC-Essex second baseman Devin Good wasn't kidding when he said, "I can run like crazy." Just ask the major league and collegiate scouts who keep coming back to see the former Southern-Baltimore player run the bases. Or his CCBC-Essex coach George Henderson who has watched the 18-year-old sophomore, who runs the 60-meter dash in 6.3 seconds and the 40 in 4.38, score from second "three or four times on bunts." "When he goes from first to third, you would swear he was cheating, that he cut across the field," said Henderson of his popular 5-foot-8, 160-pound leadoff hitter.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2014
A former Naval Academy football player who is accused of sexually assaulting a fellow midshipman is moving toward a court-martial next month, officials said Tuesday. Jason Ehrenberg, a civilian attorney for Midshipman Joshua Tate, said the military judge in the case told prosecutors and defense attorneys this week that he planned to deny motions to dismiss the case. "We're going forward," Ehrenberg said. The judge, Marine Col. Daniel Daugherty, has not yet issued his rulings, and a Naval Academy spokesman said it would be improper to comment on a pending case.
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By Gary Lambrecht | September 23, 1990
For someone who had just spent two hours carrying his football team, Korey Singleton looked surprisingly refreshed.Singleton, a 6-foot-1, 205-pound senior running back, rushed for 270 yards and all four Oakland Mills touchdowns on 40 carries, leading the ninth-ranked Scorpions (3-0) to a 26-15 victory over visiting and 18th-ranked South River yesterday.He had a 224-yard, three-touchdown second half, as the Scorpions rushing attack gained 365 yards."I'm in pretty good shape. I'm getting there," said Singleton, who also played defensive back.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | November 14, 1990
The Oakland Mills Scorpions, whose 18-0 loss to Wilde Lake Saturday cost them the county football championship, received more bad news Monday when it was learned star senior running back Korey Singleton will miss the postseason with a knee injury.Singleton, who injured the knee two weeks ago against Glenelg and was restricted to defensive duty against Wilde Lake, was diagnosed as having a second-degree tear of the medial collateral ligament.The injury will not require surgery, but will take four to six weeks to heal.
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By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | November 19, 1990
Their quarterback is built like a pulling guard. They have only one starting lineman over 200 pounds. And, until Saturday's 26-8 win over Northern of Garrett County, Class 1A Owings Mills (9-2) had never won a state playoff game. Now the Eagles are one of five area teams to reach the MPSSAA semifinals, and perhaps the most surprising."The offense started out way ahead of the defense this year," said seventh-year coach Ray Groszkowski. "We couldn't figure it out. But we had shutouts in three of our last four" regular-season games.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2013
The superintendent of the Naval Academy has referred two former members of the Navy football team to a court-martial on charges that they sexually assaulted a fellow midshipman while she was incapacitated at a party in Annapolis, the academy said Thursday. Attorneys for Midshipmen Joshua Tate and Eric Graham said the decision by Vice Adm. Michael Miller went beyond the recommendation of a military judge who presided over a preliminary hearing in the case. The attorneys said Cmdr.
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By BILL FREE and BILL FREE,SUN REPORTER | May 10, 2006
CCBC-Essex second baseman Devin Good wasn't kidding when he said, "I can run like crazy." Just ask the major league and collegiate scouts who keep coming back to see the former Southern-Baltimore player run the bases. Or his CCBC-Essex coach George Henderson who has watched the 18-year-old sophomore, who runs the 60-meter dash in 6.3 seconds and the 40 in 4.38, score from second "three or four times on bunts." "When he goes from first to third, you would swear he was cheating, that he cut across the field," said Henderson of his popular 5-foot-8, 160-pound leadoff hitter.
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By Alan Widmann | February 22, 1991
Depth carried Oakland Mills' boys and Linganore's girls to team titles, as the state indoor track championships concluded with the Class 3A division at the Fifth Regiment Armory last night.Oakland Mills won three events and Linganore only two -- both far from the eight taken by Central's girls in Wednesday's 1A-2A meet -- but each scored well throughout."When a team wins the state meet, that is almost always the case," said Oakland Mills coach Caskie Lewis-Clapper, whose team ran past runner-up Leonardtown, 86-58.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | February 20, 1991
Eric Graham led Oakland Mills to victory by winning three gold medals at the Region I, Class 3A track meet last week. But it's the one the senior didn't win that people may remember most.Top-seeded Graham false-started in the 55-meter --; in high school track that's a sudden-death penalty. It means disqualification with no second chance. Since regionals are a qualifier for states, it means Graham false-started himself out of a near-certain state gold medal.He had won the county championship 55-meter -- in 6.4 seconds.
SPORTS
By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | November 19, 1990
Their quarterback is built like a pulling guard. They have only one starting lineman over 200 pounds. And, until Saturday's 26-8 win over Northern of Garrett County, Class 1A Owings Mills (9-2) had never won a state playoff game. Now the Eagles are one of five area teams to reach the MPSSAA semifinals, and perhaps the most surprising."The offense started out way ahead of the defense this year," said seventh-year coach Ray Groszkowski. "We couldn't figure it out. But we had shutouts in three of our last four" regular-season games.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | November 14, 1990
The Game? How about The Letdown In The Muck?Saturday's Wilde Lake-Oakland Mills football "contest" provided more proof that pre-game hype, like a slick, attractive movie ad, can be an invitation to a four-star yawner.Not that the Wildecats, the 18-0 winners and, for the first time, undefeated county champions, were disappointing.On the contrary, Wilde Lake staged the kind of tough, resourceful performance that marks state champions. A rushing touchdown set up by a long punt return. A passing touchdown set up by a spectacular catch.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | November 14, 1990
The Oakland Mills Scorpions, whose 18-0 loss to Wilde Lake Saturday cost them the county football championship, received more bad news Monday when it was learned star senior running back Korey Singleton will miss the postseason with a knee injury.Singleton, who injured the knee two weeks ago against Glenelg and was restricted to defensive duty against Wilde Lake, was diagnosed as having a second-degree tear of the medial collateral ligament.The injury will not require surgery, but will take four to six weeks to heal.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | November 14, 1990
The Game? How about The Letdown In The Muck?Saturday's Wilde Lake-Oakland Mills football "contest" provided more proof that pre-game hype, like a slick, attractive movie ad, can be an invitation to a four-star yawner.Not that the Wildecats, the 18-0 winners and, for the first time, undefeated county champions, were disappointing.On the contrary, Wilde Lake staged the kind of tough, resourceful performance that marks state champions. A rushing touchdown set up by a long punt return. A passing touchdown set up by a spectacular catch.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2014
Naval Academy midshipmen get a free education courtesy of American taxpayers in exchange for serving five years in the military after graduation. But when students leave the academy — voluntarily or not — they often have to repay Uncle Sam for the cost of their education. Two midshipmen are in the process of "disenrolling" from the academy as part of the fallout of a high-profile sexual assault case. But neither is likely to be hit with a tuition bill because the incident that led to their departure occurred before they agreed to serve in the military.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht | September 23, 1990
For someone who had just spent two hours carrying his football team, Korey Singleton looked surprisingly refreshed.Singleton, a 6-foot-1, 205-pound senior running back, rushed for 270 yards and all four Oakland Mills touchdowns on 40 carries, leading the ninth-ranked Scorpions (3-0) to a 26-15 victory over visiting and 18th-ranked South River yesterday.He had a 224-yard, three-touchdown second half, as the Scorpions rushing attack gained 365 yards."I'm in pretty good shape. I'm getting there," said Singleton, who also played defensive back.
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