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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 31, 2004
Kelly Fahey scored the winning goal with 16 seconds remaining to send the UMBC women's lacrosse team to its first victory, 13-12 over host American yesterday. The Retrievers (1-7) held a 12-10 advantage with 2:46 remaining before the Eagles (4-5) responded with two goals 15 seconds apart to tie the game with 2:06 to go. UMBC won the ensuing draw control, setting up Fahey's game-winner. Salisbury 18, Randolph-Macon 3: Lynsey Bateman, Amber Stansbury and Linda Ackermann scored three goals each to lead the Sea Gulls (6-2)
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By CHILDS WALKER and CHILDS WALKER,SUN REPORTER | May 21, 2006
Washington -- A sports axiom says that to be a good team, you have to dominate those below you. By that measure, the Orioles are doing quite nicely. Including last night's loss to the Washington Nationals, the Orioles are 15-7 against teams with winning percentages of .500 or below but only 5-16 against winning teams. Now is the time to fatten up some more on the major leagues' bottom feeders. The Orioles have just begun a 13-game stretch against the Nationals, Seattle Mariners, Los Angeles Angels and Tampa Bay Devil Rays, teams that stand a combined 33 games under .500.
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March 11, 1991
A Mass of Christian burial for J. Kenneth Trail, a retired Salisbury businessman, will be offered at 2 p.m. tomorrow at St. Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church on Riverside Drive in Salisbury.Mr. Trail, 70, died yesterday at his home in Salisbury after a long bout with heart disease.He retired in 1982 as a sheet metal contractor, a career that had spanned 50 years, first in the Cockeysville area and then in Salisbury, where he moved in the early 1970s.Born in Baltimore, Mr. Trail served in the Marine Corps in Okinawa during World War II, where he was injured and received a Purple Heart.
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | December 9, 1998
WILMINGTON, Del. -- The lawyer who would represent himself has decided instead to turn that unenviable task back to his lawyers."Tom [Capano] is obviously a very bright guy. He decided he's better with us than without us. It's that simple," said Joseph Oteri, one of four lawyers who yesterday continued their defense of the accused murderer despite his proclaimed desire 24 hours earlier to fire them.Capano, a wealthy and politically connected lawyer, had thrown another surprise into a tumultuous trial on Monday when he announced that he wanted to defend himself against charges that he killed his one-time lover, Anne Marie Fahey, the governor's scheduling secretary.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | July 13, 2008
When Jacoby Ellsbury's ground ball squirted through Brandon Fahey's legs with two outs in the ninth inning Friday night, did you think the Orioles were going to let this one get away, too? It's OK to admit it. George Sherrill walked Dustin Pedroia to bring the tying run to the plate, but he blew away Kevin Youkilis to end the game and record his 28th save. Sherrill worked with pitching coach Rick Kranitz in the bullpen earlier Friday and corrected a flaw in his mechanics he believes dates back to the Pittsburgh Pirates series in the second weekend in June.
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By Sherry Graham and Sherry Graham,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 14, 1997
SPRINGFIELD Presbyterian Church installed its new pastor Sunday afternoon in a service for the Rev. Gretchen Van Utt, attended by a commission of clergy and elders from the Baltimore Presbytery.Van Utt came to Springfield Presbyterian after several years as an interim pastor at various congregations."Interim work is wonderful and challenging," said Van Utt, "but I wanted to develop a long-term relationship with a congregation."The 120 members of the Sykesville church have waited more than two years for a new pastor, since the departure of Jamie Dale in September 1995.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun reporter | February 24, 2008
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Reliever George Sherrill was shut down yesterday after tweaking his right hamstring during Friday morning's workout, and he will likely remain inactive for a few more days as a precaution. Sherrill felt his hamstring tighten as he covered first base during a drill on the back fields. He walked to the clubhouse with assistant athletic trainer Brian Ebel and received treatment before leaving the ballpark. "It should be a few days and I'll be back," he said. "It's so soon, I'll just take today completely off, and we'll go from there."
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun reporter | March 17, 2008
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Pitcher Adam Loewen emerged from his bullpen session yesterday feeling better about his left shoulder, and about the decision made by the Orioles to skip his turn in the rotation. Loewen remains scheduled to start Wednesday after throwing 45 pitches, mixing in everything and impressing bullpen coach Alan Dunn, who passed along a glowing report to manager Dave Trembley. "It was great," Trembley said. "Alan Dunn said that's the best he's seen him throw all spring.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC and JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTER | February 25, 2006
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts took another step forward yesterday, participating in a soft-toss drill for the first time since his season-ending elbow injury last September. Roberts went to the cage and looked sharp in taking about 50 swings with spring instructor Julio Vinas under-handing him the ball from about 25 feet away. "It's the first time I've done soft-toss in six months," Roberts said. "It starts off slow, and as you get into it, it loosens up and starts to feel a lot better.
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By ROCH KUBATKO and ROCH KUBATKO,SUN REPORTER | June 2, 2006
The Orioles remain undecided whether to keep struggling left-hander Bruce Chen in the rotation or give him a temporary assignment in the bullpen. Manager Sam Perlozzo said further discussions on the matter would take place yesterday. Chen is 0-5 with a 7.71 ERA in 11 games, with 70 hits allowed in 49 innings. The 17 home runs against him are the most in the majors. "We're still in the process of thinking what we want to do right there," Perlozzo said. "No matter what we do, I don't foresee Bruce being out of the rotation for an extended time by any stretch.
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