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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | September 23, 2007
Loyola's 6-foot-2, 200-pound Terence Garvin is a strong, elusive and slippery running back. When he runs behind a line that executes textbook blocking, it's big trouble for opposing defenses. And that's what Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy got yesterday in a visit to Ed Hargaden Field, as top-ranked Loyola (4-0) rolled to a 35-14 victory. Garvin carried 21 times for 164 yards and touchdowns on runs of 2 and 38 yards. His second score came with 9:15 left in the game to give the Dons a 28-14 lead over the highly touted prep school, which fell to 3-1. Wide receiver Brandon Floyd's block allowed Garvin to reach the left corner of the end zone and was indicative of how contagious the blocking became for Loyola.
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September 26, 2007
BOYS Terence Garvin Loyola, football Garvin led the top-ranked Dons (4-0) to a 35-14 victory over Fork Union Military Academy, a Virginia prep school powerhouse that has a couple of Division I-bound players and some fifth-year 19-year olds. Garvin, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound junior running back-defensive back, rushed for 164 yards and two touchdowns on 21 attempts. Both of Garvin's touchdown runs - from 2 and 38 yards out - came in the second half. His second score gave the Dons a 28-14 lead with 9:15 left in the game.
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May 27, 2004
On May 25, 2004, VIRGINIA ROSALIND "Roz" WATERS, 59, of Rockville, formerly of Maryland. She was retired from Reynolds Metals and had been working with Ethan Allen Home Interiors. She is survived by her husband of 31 years, Herb Waters; three stepsons, Herbert F. Waters, III, Jeffrey W. Waters and Bryant G. Waters; her mother, Virginia Evans; brother, David A. Miller; six step-grandchildren and other numerous family and friends. The family will receive friends Friday, 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. at the Parham Chapel, Woody Funeral Home, 1771 Parham Road, where services will be held Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment private.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | September 23, 2007
Loyola's 6-foot-2, 200-pound Terence Garvin is a strong, elusive and slippery running back. When he runs behind a line that executes textbook blocking, it's big trouble for opposing defenses. And that's what Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy got yesterday in a visit to Ed Hargaden Field, as top-ranked Loyola (4-0) rolled to a 35-14 victory. Garvin carried 21 times for 164 yards and touchdowns on runs of 2 and 38 yards. His second score came with 9:15 left in the game to give the Dons a 28-14 lead over the highly touted prep school, which fell to 3-1. Wide receiver Brandon Floyd's block allowed Garvin to reach the left corner of the end zone and was indicative of how contagious the blocking became for Loyola.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston | February 4, 1992
The University of Maryland received oral commitments from three more football recruits last weekend, including one from Wilde Lake defensive back Andre Martin.Martin, 5 feet 10, 185 pounds, is believed to be the first area player to commit to first-year Maryland coach Mark Duffner. Martin, however, has yet to meet all of Maryland's academic standards, but those requirements could be completed by today.Martin had 64 tackles last season for Wilde Lake (13-0), which won its second consecutive state Class 1A championship.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston | February 4, 1992
The University of Maryland received oral commitments from three more football recruits last weekend, including one from Wilde Lake defensive back Andre Martin.Martin, 5 feet 10, 185 pounds, is believed to be the first area player to commit to first-year Maryland coach Mark Duffner. Martin, however, has yet to meet all of Maryland's academic standards, but those requirements could be completed by today.Martin had 64 tackles for Wilde Lake (13-0) last season, which won its second consecutive state Class 1A championship.
NEWS
September 26, 2007
BOYS Terence Garvin Loyola, football Garvin led the top-ranked Dons (4-0) to a 35-14 victory over Fork Union Military Academy, a Virginia prep school powerhouse that has a couple of Division I-bound players and some fifth-year 19-year olds. Garvin, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound junior running back-defensive back, rushed for 164 yards and two touchdowns on 21 attempts. Both of Garvin's touchdown runs - from 2 and 38 yards out - came in the second half. His second score gave the Dons a 28-14 lead with 9:15 left in the game.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 25, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Michael Jarmolowich has heard the stories about the struggle his grandfather and father endured 40 years ago trying to get from Poland to the United States. He has also watched his father work 80 hours a week as a floor installer in north New Jersey, only taking time off to watch his son play football.That's why Jarmolowich knows only one way to play football."The hard way, that's the only way I've been taught since I was a young kid," said Jarmolowich of his father, Alex.
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn | October 20, 1991
When last Saturday's Harford Invitational Cross Country Classic debuted without a hitch, Jim Otte breathed a sigh of relief."We couldn't have asked for better for a first-year event," said Otte, the race director. "We had good weather, good competition, good awards. Everything went real well."Some of that was just luck. Most of it was extensive planning.Otte spent hundreds of hours over the past year setting up the logistics of the Harford Invitational -- from plotting the course to recruiting volunteers to inviting the teams.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn | October 13, 1991
When Amanda White races, the question usually is how far behind will the competition run?Yesterday, at the first Harford County Invitational Cross Country Classic, the Dulaney junior outran her closest opponent by 1 minute, 42 seconds. In the girls seeded race, White posted her best time of the season, 17:34, on the flat but sharply turning course at Harford Community College.Dava Rhodes of Cumberland Valley, Pa., finished second with her twin sister, Tara Rhodes, three seconds behind. The closest Maryland runner was Chris Maranto of Bryn Mawr, 10th, at 20:14.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN REPORTER | September 19, 2007
Notebook After suffering its first loss of the season at Penn Charter in Pennsylvania on Saturday, the McDonogh football team is headed back to Pennsylvania on Sunday to play another tough opponent in Malvern Prep. "Those teams and the conference they play in [the Inter-Academic league] is a little bit better than the [Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association] A Conference," McDonogh coach Dom Damico said. "We had three chances inside their 20 but turned it over twice and gave it up on downs the other time.
NEWS
May 27, 2004
On May 25, 2004, VIRGINIA ROSALIND "Roz" WATERS, 59, of Rockville, formerly of Maryland. She was retired from Reynolds Metals and had been working with Ethan Allen Home Interiors. She is survived by her husband of 31 years, Herb Waters; three stepsons, Herbert F. Waters, III, Jeffrey W. Waters and Bryant G. Waters; her mother, Virginia Evans; brother, David A. Miller; six step-grandchildren and other numerous family and friends. The family will receive friends Friday, 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. at the Parham Chapel, Woody Funeral Home, 1771 Parham Road, where services will be held Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment private.
SPORTS
By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | August 7, 2001
COLLEGE PARK - Twenty-four players filed into La Plata Hall on the University of Maryland campus yesterday, signaling the beginning of the fall football camp. The players were all freshmen or transfers, most of them accompanied by parents who helped them drop their belongings in dorm rooms that will serve as housing for the next two weeks. By the end of this morning, most of the players will have gone through their first exposure to college football, with conditioning tests before a practice at 10:30 a.m. (Upperclassmen report on Thursday and begin practice on Friday.
SPORTS
By John Steadman | January 19, 1997
ELMONT, N.Y. -- Affection, loyalty, stability and an abiding love for each other are qualities given high priority within the Italian family circle. All admirable characteristics associated with the home environment created by the parents. Vincent Testaverde grew up in such surroundings -- which is what made him the boy, man and athlete he turned out to be.Josephine and Alfred Testaverde greet you at the door with a demonstrative display of hospitality. They are pleased and excited that a visitor wants to talk about "their Vinny," who grew up with two older and two younger sisters in a middle-class neighborhood.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston | February 4, 1992
The University of Maryland received oral commitments from three more football recruits last weekend, including one from Wilde Lake defensive back Andre Martin.Martin, 5 feet 10, 185 pounds, is believed to be the first area player to commit to first-year Maryland coach Mark Duffner. Martin, however, has yet to meet all of Maryland's academic standards, but those requirements could be completed by today.Martin had 64 tackles for Wilde Lake (13-0) last season, which won its second consecutive state Class 1A championship.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston | February 4, 1992
The University of Maryland received oral commitments from three more football recruits last weekend, including one from Wilde Lake defensive back Andre Martin.Martin, 5 feet 10, 185 pounds, is believed to be the first area player to commit to first-year Maryland coach Mark Duffner. Martin, however, has yet to meet all of Maryland's academic standards, but those requirements could be completed by today.Martin had 64 tackles last season for Wilde Lake (13-0), which won its second consecutive state Class 1A championship.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | November 20, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Assistant coach George Foussekis often is thinking of Mike Jarmolowich when he tells his linebackers at Maryland that "tough guys don't get hurt."Jarmolowich is the ultimate tough guy. In three seasons here, he has never missed a game because of injury. This year, as a junior, he leads the Atlantic Coast Conference in tackles."When he hits somebody, he's not only taking a blow but giving one," Foussekis said. "He is tough. It's an ingredient some players have, something they're born with."
SPORTS
By John Steadman | January 19, 1997
ELMONT, N.Y. -- Affection, loyalty, stability and an abiding love for each other are qualities given high priority within the Italian family circle. All admirable characteristics associated with the home environment created by the parents. Vincent Testaverde grew up in such surroundings -- which is what made him the boy, man and athlete he turned out to be.Josephine and Alfred Testaverde greet you at the door with a demonstrative display of hospitality. They are pleased and excited that a visitor wants to talk about "their Vinny," who grew up with two older and two younger sisters in a middle-class neighborhood.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | November 20, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Assistant coach George Foussekis often is thinking of Mike Jarmolowich when he tells his linebackers at Maryland that "tough guys don't get hurt."Jarmolowich is the ultimate tough guy. In three seasons here, he has never missed a game because of injury. This year, as a junior, he leads the Atlantic Coast Conference in tackles."When he hits somebody, he's not only taking a blow but giving one," Foussekis said. "He is tough. It's an ingredient some players have, something they're born with."
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 25, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Michael Jarmolowich has heard the stories about the struggle his grandfather and father endured 40 years ago trying to get from Poland to the United States. He has also watched his father work 80 hours a week as a floor installer in north New Jersey, only taking time off to watch his son play football.That's why Jarmolowich knows only one way to play football."The hard way, that's the only way I've been taught since I was a young kid," said Jarmolowich of his father, Alex.
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