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By Andre Christopher and Andre Christopher,Special to The Sun | January 23, 1992
MIAMI -- After suffering three tough losses in a row, the Washington Bullets never really had a chance last night, losing, 125-112, to the Miami Heat.And things might not get better before the Orlando Magic visits the Capital Centre on Feb. 2. In the next week and a half, Washington has the Phoenix Suns and Boston Celtics at home and New York Knicks home and away.Miami has a losing record, though last night in front of 14,541 at Miami Arena, the Heat sent out a reminder that home is where the heart is. Unlike the Bullets, who are 6-13 at the Capital Centre, Miami is formidable on its home court.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2014
UMBC's 10-8 victory over visiting Monmouth on Saturday was perhaps somewhat closer than Don Zimmerman would have liked, but it was still an encouraging result after the Retrievers opened the season with a 14-3 loss to No. 11 Maryland on Feb. 15. “I thought it was very important,” Zimmerman said Monday morning. “It was our home opener and coming off a loss at Maryland, it was a chance to get in the win column. We knew it was going to be a tough game. This was a team that had known for a year that they would be playing us. So they had a year to prepare for UMBC, and they did a heck of a job with it. They knew our personnel, and they seemed to know a lot of the schemes that we run. We knew it was going to be a tough game.
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By Andre Christopher and Andre Christopher,Special to The Sun | January 23, 1992
MIAMI -- After suffering three tough losses in a row, the Washington Bullets never really had a chance last night, losing, 125-112, to the Miami Heat.Things may not get better before the Orlando Magic visits the Capital Centre on Feb. 2. In the next week and a half, Washington has the Phoenix Suns and Boston Celtics at home and New York Knicks home and away.Miami has a losing record, though last night in front of 14,541 at Miami Arena, the Heat sent out a reminder that home is where the heart is. Unlike the Bullets, who are 6-13 at their own Capital Centre, Miami is formidable on its home court.
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Mike Preston | November 28, 2013
QUARTERBACK A Joe Flacco had one of his best games. The most impressive part was his footwork in the pocket. When the Steelers got pressure, Flacco bought time by stepping up or moving around in the pocket. It might have been his most complete game of the year. RUNNING BACKS C+ The Ravens didn't run for a lot of yardage but both Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce ran hard. Rice even ran over Pittsburgh free safety Ryan Clark in the third quarter. There were several times when Pierce had nothing inside and bounced outside for a few yards.
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Mike Preston | November 28, 2013
QUARTERBACK A Joe Flacco had one of his best games. The most impressive part was his footwork in the pocket. When the Steelers got pressure, Flacco bought time by stepping up or moving around in the pocket. It might have been his most complete game of the year. RUNNING BACKS C+ The Ravens didn't run for a lot of yardage but both Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce ran hard. Rice even ran over Pittsburgh free safety Ryan Clark in the third quarter. There were several times when Pierce had nothing inside and bounced outside for a few yards.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | May 23, 1999
Asked to describe his youthful Falcons squad after last night's 10-8 Class 3A-4A state semifinal victory over Dulaney at UMBC Stadium, Severna Park coach Mike Bellotte used the term "battle-tested."The "competitive edge," said Bellotte, stemmed from the Falcons' schedule, which included nine games against teams ranked in The Sun's top 15 at some point this season and a recent practice on Loyola College's artificial turf field to replicate the stadium atmosphere.Bellotte's preparation resulted in the sixth straight win for the Falcons (12-6)
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By Tim Pennington and Tim Pennington,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 28, 1995
CINCINNATI -- The fourth quarter has not been kind to the Cincinnati Silverbacks this season, but that all changed last night against the Baltimore Spirit.Having given up twice as many goals as they've scored in that period, the Silverbacks turned the tables on Baltimore, pulling out a 14-11 upset at the Cincinnati Gardens.The Silverbacks scored 11 unanswered points, including nine in the fourth period, to overtake the Spirit (10-4) and record their fourth win in their past six National Professional Soccer League games.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1996
Atholton forced a Cinderella Centennial team to reluctantly give up one of its glass slippers yesterday.After digging itself a hole, Atholton popped out of it in the fourth quarter to earn a county co-championship with the Eagles.It was a championship three-peat for the Raiders, and Centennial's second co-championship in four seasons.No. 20 Atholton (14-6 overall, 11-3 league) defeated the 19th-ranked Eagles, 61-57, by outscoring them in the fourth quarter, 24-14.Atholton, picked in the preseason as co-favorites with Oakland Mills, had beaten Centennial (16-5, 11-3)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 2, 2005
Joe Lennon connected with Omari Mobley for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to help No. 2 Loyola come back and defeat Mount St. Joseph, 17-7, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference football game yesterday. Mobley scored on 12- and 28-yard passes from Lennon within the first four minutes of the last period as the visiting Dons improved to 4-0 overall and to 2-0 in the conference. The Gaels (1-4, 0-2) took the lead in the second half on a 1-yard run by Garrad Ricks.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 27, 2002
Early in the game, River Hill's 6-foot-10 center Kevin Steenberge was punched hard in the chest by the closed fist of Friendly's Courtney Franklin as they stood near the foul line. No foul was called. That's when the Hawks knew they were in for a physical contest in their Class 3A East quarterfinal. Friendly, ranked No. 7 by The Washington Post, trailed at halftime by a point but never ceased its physical play, eventually wearing down a less-physical Hawks team, 68-51, last night at River Hill.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2013
- Nearly three weeks into the 2013 regular season, No. 7 Duke was virtually a game or two away from being eliminated from postseason play. Now, the Blue Devils are only a game away from winning a second national championship in four years. The Blue Devils' improbable run continued Saturday in dramatic fashion as Duke held on for a 16-14 victory against unseeded Cornell in a Division I semifinal game. The Big Red (14-4) kept an announced crowd of 28,444 in suspense with a comeback attempt to open the fourth quarter using five goals to make the score 14-12, but Duke junior attackman Jordan Wolf scored his fourth goal of the game with 39 seconds remaining to put the game away for the Blue Devils (15-5)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2013
After last Saturday's 8-4 victory over No. 13 Johns Hopkins, No. 5 Loyola was thought to be a lock for an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament if the reigning national champion did not repeat as Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament champions this week. Few expected the Greyhounds to fall to No. 8 Ohio State in a conference tournament semifinal, but that is what happened as the Buckeyes pulled off an 18-11 upset at Hobart in Geneva, N.Y., Thursday night. Now Loyola's tournament profile is in question, and it is an unsettling situation for the players and coach Charley Toomey as they await to hear their fate Sunday night when the NCAA selection committee unveils the 16-team field.
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By Mike Preston The Baltimore Sun | April 1, 2012
No. 10 North Carolina scored four goals in the first 10 minutes of the fourth quarter as the Tar Heels upset the No. 1 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team, 13-9, on Sunday night in the Big City Classic in East Rutherford, N.J. The previously unbeaten Blue Jays (8-1) had taken over the No. 1 ranking after beating defending-champion Virginia on March 24, but ran into a faster and quicker North Carolina team that dominated both the second and fourth quarters before an announced 25,934 at MetLife Stadium.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | April 1, 2012
No. 10 North Carolina scored four goals in the first 10 minutes of the fourth quarter as the Tar Heels upset the No. 1 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team, 13-9, on Sunday night in the Big City Classic in East Rutherford, N.J. The previously unbeaten Blue Jays (8-1) had taken over the No. 1 ranking after beating defending-champion Virginia on March 24, but ran into a faster and quicker North Carolina team that dominated both the second and fourth quarters before an announced 25,934 at MetLife Stadium.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 30, 2005
Ursinus scored a touchdown in the final seconds of the first half and on the opening play of the fourth quarter as the Bears rallied from a 10-point second-quarter deficit to beat Johns Hopkins, 21-17, at Homewood Field yesterday. The Blue Jays' 11-game winning streak ended as they slipped to 7-1 overall and 4-1 in the Centennial Conference. The win was the second straight for Ursinus, which evened its overall record at 4-4 and its league record at 2-2. T.J. Lyons capped a six-play, 44-yard drive with a 19-yard touchdown run with 6:42 remaining in the second quarter as the Blue Jays took a 17-7 lead.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 2, 2005
Joe Lennon connected with Omari Mobley for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to help No. 2 Loyola come back and defeat Mount St. Joseph, 17-7, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference football game yesterday. Mobley scored on 12- and 28-yard passes from Lennon within the first four minutes of the last period as the visiting Dons improved to 4-0 overall and to 2-0 in the conference. The Gaels (1-4, 0-2) took the lead in the second half on a 1-yard run by Garrad Ricks.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | May 7, 2000
Temperatures rose to nearly 95 degrees yesterday, but after his squad's 13-9 victory over No. 10 Severn, St. Paul's attackman Conor Ford spoke more about the intense heat applied by the losing team. "If they lose, they're out of the playoffs. They had everything to beat us for," said the second-team All-Metro attackman. "They came in here and gave us a heckuva run." But the No. 2 Crusaders overcame four deficits to scorch Severn, 4-0, in the fourth period of a game that was tied seven times.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1997
Hammond survived a 21-point fourth period by Glenelg and held on for a 48-42 overtime victory over the Gladiators in last night's Class 2A South region semifinal at Glenelg.The Gladiators' Camey Brian scored 11 of her game-high 21 points in the fourth period -- after which the score was tied at 38 -- and notched Glenelg's only points in overtime before fouling out with 1: 10 left in the extra session and the game tied at 42.Brian, who also grabbed eight rebounds and had four steals, sent Hammond's 6-foot-2 Nicole Owe (11 points, nine rebounds)
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun reporter | September 19, 2005
The game at Byrd Stadium ended at 3:25 p.m., but the light in Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen's office was still on around 9 p.m. He stayed to watch his team lose one more time, to see what, exactly, went wrong in its 31-19 loss to West Virginia on Saturday. One thing that went wrong was the fourth quarter. Again. Maryland has been outscored 38-13 in the fourth quarter in its past two games. Two weeks ago, the Terps (1-2, 0-1 ACC) entered the final period with a 10-point lead over Clemson before watching it slip away and losing, 28-24, because of two touchdowns they allowed in the final eight minutes.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2005
WASHINGTON - If Gilbert Arenas thinks he has to carry the Washington Wizards these days, he shouldn't be blamed when he misses a big shot now and then. Ever since shooting guard Larry Hughes was sidelined last month with a broken right thumb, Arenas has shouldered much of the scoring load. His shoulders seem to be holding up, as are the Wizards. With Arenas tying a career high of 43 points - his 13th game this season with 30 or more, including eight of the past 11 - Washington overcame an eight-point deficit in the fourth quarter and held off the Indiana Pacers, 108-104, before 14,804 at MCI Center.
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