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By From Staff Reports | December 19, 1994
FROSTBURG -- Damon Stevenson scored 20 points and Aaron Dale added 16 as Frostburg State defeated Ferrum College, 80-70, in a men's basketball game yesterday.Marcus Toney led Ferrum (3-5) with 19 points.Frostburg (5-3) shot 67 percent in the second half (14-for-21) as it outscored Ferrum 53-39.FERRUM -- Rivera 4-6 1-3 9, Toney 7-13 2-2 19, Keats 0-1 0-0 0, Reynolds 0-1 0-0 0, Travis 1-6 1-2 3, Breedidve 5-20 5-9 17, Ellis 1-3 0-0 2, Baker 4-6 0-0 8, Hobbs 2-7 6-8 10, Westbrook 0-1 0-0 0, Meredith 0-0 0-0 0, Harrison 1-1 0-2 2. Totals 25-65 15-26 70.FROSTBURG STATE -- Newman 3-11 7-9 14, Stevenson 9-15 2-2 20, Dyson 0-0 0-0 0, Dale 3-3 10-12 16, Harvey 0-1 0-2 0, Victor 1-1 3-4 5, Clayton 1-3 4-8 6, Craig 2-3 6-10 10, Jeffries 4-5 1-4 9. Totals 23-42 9-33 80.Halftime--Ferrum, 31-27.
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By Sports Digest | March 4, 2011
Men's college basketball Morgan's Jackson selected to All-MEAC first team Morgan State sophomore forward Dewayne Jackson was named to the All-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference first team. Bears junior forward Kevin Thompson (Walbrook), Coppin State junior guard Michael Harper and UMES junior guard Hillary Haley made the second team. Morgan State guard-forward Justin Black made the All-Rookie team. More honors: Seton Hill guard Matt Miller (Mount St. Joseph)
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By Christian Ewell | November 13, 1998
Salisbury State (3-6) vs. William Paterson (2-7)Site: Wightman Field, Wayne, N.J.Time: 7: 30Outlook: A win would give the Sea Gulls some symmetry to their season. After beating Ferrum last week, 16-13, a two-game winning streak to end the season would match the two-game winning streak that began the season. The win over Ferrum was the first in the Atlantic Central Football Conference for Salisbury, whose 1998 has been marred by a six-game losing streak. RB Tony Ellis (793 yards this season)
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By Bill Free | November 9, 2002
Today's games Virginia State (7-2) at Bowie State (5-4) Site: Bulldog Stadium, Bowie Time: 1 p.m. Series: Virginia State leads 12-3 Last Week: Bowie State lost to Fayetteville State, 13-7; Virginia State beat Virginia Union, 21-14. Outlook: Bowie State's road to the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association championship game has become clear despite last week's loss to CIAA Western Division champ Fayetteville State. The Bulldogs can earn a rematch with Fayetteville State for the league title next Saturday in Winston-Salem, N.C., with a victory today over Virginia State, which has won seven of its past eight games.
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By Special to The Carroll County Sun | February 23, 1992
Special to The Carroll County SunLongtime Western Maryland College tennis coach and political science professor Frank Benjamin Hurt died last Sunday in his Ferrum, Va., home of cancer at 92.Hurt spent 31 years as Western Maryland's tennis coach, amassing a record of 243 wins, 172 losses, for a percentage of .629. In 1981, the college courts were named in his honor.One of the highlights of Hurt's academic career was his participation in 1963 in the American Political ScienceAssociation World Tour Seminar.
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August 10, 1995
A thief walked into a garage Monday afternoon and stole the bicycle of a Pasadena boy who was in his house watching television, county police said.Josh Scott Wargo, 13, was in his house about 4:15 p.m. when he heard the garage door open. Thinking it was his mother returning home, the boy ignored the noise, police said.A few minutes later, after his mother hadn't come in, the youth went to the garage and found that his $275, 20-inch, chrome Robinson BMX bicycle had been stolen. The bicycle's frame has a red, white and blue logo with "Robinson" on it. The name Robinson also appears on black pads attached to the handlebars, police said.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 29, 1995
Western Maryland (4-3-1) scored two touchdowns in the final three minutes to escape Lebanon Valley (2-6) with a 27-13 victory yesterday.Record-setting senior quarterback Brian Van Deusen and freshman wide receiver Corry Rutters connected on a 46-yard pass play with 2:56 remaining to break a 13-13 tie. Van Deusen then cemented the win with a 2-yard run with 27 seconds remaining.Bethany 24, Salisbury St. 21Daron Wimbish was stopped one yard short of the goal line with 1:04 remaining, and as a result, the winning streak of Salisbury State (5-2)
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January 12, 1991
The Harford County Department of Parks and Recreation is trying to begin a Sunday senior baseball league for county residents 30 years of age or older (as of Aug. 1). Play would begin in June. Call Paul Yanney at 838-5174 or 879-5082. . . . Salisbury State will hold a one-day sports medicine and coaching clinic Jan. 19. Call Pat Lamboni at 543-6355. . . . Penn State, North Carolina and Ferrum have joined the National College Club Lacrosse League, bringing the total of teams in the new organization to 23. The general meeting of the league will be held Jan. 27 at Cole Field House in College Park at 2 p.m. Call commissioner Scott Frederick at 247-1428.
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By Kent Baker, Christian Ewell | November 4, 2000
Swarthmore (3-4) at Western Maryland (7-1) Time: 1 p.m. Site: Scott S. Bair Stadium, Westminster Radio: WTTR (1470 AM) Series standing: Western Maryland leads, 13-10-1 Outlook: The Green Terror can become the first team in Centennial Conference history to win four straight outright titles with a win today or next week against Hopkins. QB Boo Harris is the catalyst for Western Maryland. He had a hand in five touchdowns in a pivotal 35-21 victory over highly regarded Widener last week.
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By Sports Digest | March 4, 2011
Men's college basketball Morgan's Jackson selected to All-MEAC first team Morgan State sophomore forward Dewayne Jackson was named to the All-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference first team. Bears junior forward Kevin Thompson (Walbrook), Coppin State junior guard Michael Harper and UMES junior guard Hillary Haley made the second team. Morgan State guard-forward Justin Black made the All-Rookie team. More honors: Seton Hill guard Matt Miller (Mount St. Joseph)
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By Rex Bowman and Rex Bowman,RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH | October 14, 2002
FERRUM, Va. -- Since the founding of Ferrum College in 1913, students have learned amid verdant fields, soft-shouldered mountains and wooded slopes. The question now before the college is whether to trade in a little of that idyllic landscape for asphalt and a shopping plaza. The issue has sparked lively discussion between the administration and the faculty. The administration is interested in the possibility of selling 11 acres of the college campus to make way for a grocery store and other businesses.
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By Kent Baker, Bill Free, Christian Ewell | November 6, 1999
Today's gamesMaryland (5-3, 2-3) at N.C. State (5-4, 2-4)Time: NoonSite: Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, N.C.TV/Radio: Ch. 24/WBAL (AM 1090), WTTR (AM 1470)Series record: N.C. State leads, 26-24-4Outlook: Maryland has backed itself into a corner by losing two of its past three at home. The Terps need a victory today to clinch a winning season and become eligible for a bowl. Leonard Klompus, chief executive officer of the Jeep Aloha/Oahu Christmas Day doubleheader in Honolulu, said this week that he would pencil in Maryland as the Atlantic Coast Conference's representative in that doubleheader if it beats the Wolfpack today.
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By Christian Ewell | November 13, 1998
Salisbury State (3-6) vs. William Paterson (2-7)Site: Wightman Field, Wayne, N.J.Time: 7: 30Outlook: A win would give the Sea Gulls some symmetry to their season. After beating Ferrum last week, 16-13, a two-game winning streak to end the season would match the two-game winning streak that began the season. The win over Ferrum was the first in the Atlantic Central Football Conference for Salisbury, whose 1998 has been marred by a six-game losing streak. RB Tony Ellis (793 yards this season)
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | November 9, 1995
FROSTBURG -- He was given a plaque and a couple of warm hugs that cut through the chilled air. Otherwise, it was business as usual for Mike McGlinchey on Saturday. Only the game mattered. Sentiment would have to wait.This was the last home game for McGlinchey, 50, coach of Frostburg State's football team. The neural muscular disorder that began attacking his body almost six years ago has drained much of his strength, distorted his speech and left him barely able to lift his arms from his side.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 29, 1995
Western Maryland (4-3-1) scored two touchdowns in the final three minutes to escape Lebanon Valley (2-6) with a 27-13 victory yesterday.Record-setting senior quarterback Brian Van Deusen and freshman wide receiver Corry Rutters connected on a 46-yard pass play with 2:56 remaining to break a 13-13 tie. Van Deusen then cemented the win with a 2-yard run with 27 seconds remaining.Bethany 24, Salisbury St. 21Daron Wimbish was stopped one yard short of the goal line with 1:04 remaining, and as a result, the winning streak of Salisbury State (5-2)
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August 10, 1995
A thief walked into a garage Monday afternoon and stole the bicycle of a Pasadena boy who was in his house watching television, county police said.Josh Scott Wargo, 13, was in his house about 4:15 p.m. when he heard the garage door open. Thinking it was his mother returning home, the boy ignored the noise, police said.A few minutes later, after his mother hadn't come in, the youth went to the garage and found that his $275, 20-inch, chrome Robinson BMX bicycle had been stolen. The bicycle's frame has a red, white and blue logo with "Robinson" on it. The name Robinson also appears on black pads attached to the handlebars, police said.
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By Kent Baker, Bill Free, Christian Ewell | November 6, 1999
Today's gamesMaryland (5-3, 2-3) at N.C. State (5-4, 2-4)Time: NoonSite: Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, N.C.TV/Radio: Ch. 24/WBAL (AM 1090), WTTR (AM 1470)Series record: N.C. State leads, 26-24-4Outlook: Maryland has backed itself into a corner by losing two of its past three at home. The Terps need a victory today to clinch a winning season and become eligible for a bowl. Leonard Klompus, chief executive officer of the Jeep Aloha/Oahu Christmas Day doubleheader in Honolulu, said this week that he would pencil in Maryland as the Atlantic Coast Conference's representative in that doubleheader if it beats the Wolfpack today.
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By From Staff Reports | December 19, 1994
FROSTBURG -- Damon Stevenson scored 20 points and Aaron Dale added 16 as Frostburg State defeated Ferrum College, 80-70, in a men's basketball game yesterday.Marcus Toney led Ferrum (3-5) with 19 points.Frostburg (5-3) shot 67 percent in the second half (14-for-21) as it outscored Ferrum 53-39.FERRUM -- Rivera 4-6 1-3 9, Toney 7-13 2-2 19, Keats 0-1 0-0 0, Reynolds 0-1 0-0 0, Travis 1-6 1-2 3, Breedidve 5-20 5-9 17, Ellis 1-3 0-0 2, Baker 4-6 0-0 8, Hobbs 2-7 6-8 10, Westbrook 0-1 0-0 0, Meredith 0-0 0-0 0, Harrison 1-1 0-2 2. Totals 25-65 15-26 70.FROSTBURG STATE -- Newman 3-11 7-9 14, Stevenson 9-15 2-2 20, Dyson 0-0 0-0 0, Dale 3-3 10-12 16, Harvey 0-1 0-2 0, Victor 1-1 3-4 5, Clayton 1-3 4-8 6, Craig 2-3 6-10 10, Jeffries 4-5 1-4 9. Totals 23-42 9-33 80.Halftime--Ferrum, 31-27.
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