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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2013
Even before Saturday night's pivotal Colonial Athletic Association showdown with No. 7 Towson, Delaware appeared to be fighting an uphill battle. Not only were the Tigers playing in the friendly confines of Johnny Unitas Stadium, but the No. 21 Blue Hens would also have to pull off the upset without starting junior quarterback Trent Hurley, who was injured in the team's 35-13 rout of Rhode Island a week ago. But Delaware did the unthinkable, scoring 22 unanswered points in the last 12 minutes of the fourth quarter to stun Towson, 32-31, before an announced 8,741.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | October 26, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - Injury-depleted, overmatched Maryland donned its bright red, “Pride 2.0” uniforms for its homecoming game Saturday, then tried to preserve some vestige of that same pride against No. 9 Clemson. Aided by three takeaways, Maryland remained within a touchdown of the heavily favored Tigers until a critical fourth-quarter miscue. Clemson pulled away for a 40-27 victory in front of an announced 48,134, the largest home crowd of the season, on a sunny, chilly day at Byrd Stadium.
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From Sun staff reports | October 13, 2013
Bowie State scored the first 14 points but allowed 18 fourth-quarter points to fall to visiting Chowan, 31-21, on Saturday. Kendall Jefferson had two 1-yard touchdown runs to jump out to a 14-0 lead after the first quarter, but the Hawks (3-3) answered with a 2-yard touchdown run by DaSean Martin in the second quarter and 3-yard score in the third to cut the deficit to 14-13. The Bulldogs (2-4) answered quickly with a 57-yard touchdown pass from Jared Johnston to Nyme Manns to make it 21-13, but Bowie State failed to stop Chowan in the fourth quarter.
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By Andrew Conrad, Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 20, 2013
If last year's River Hill football team resembled a track team, with speedy scatbacks Evan Griffin and Justin Arn combining for more than 3,200 yards from scrimmage, this year's team would be better characterized as a rugby squad. The Hawks (3-0) won their 27th consecutive game Friday night at Atholton (0-3), 28-6, behind a pounding running game led by Kalonji Moore, Cory Daniel and Jon Kanda. All three players stand at least 6-feet tall and weight at least 200 pounds. "We have a lot of athletic players on offense, our running backs are big and strong and can break tackles, and our linemen just give us a good push.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2013
North Carroll football's Matt Martello was named the Ravens' High School Coach of the Week Wednesday after leading the Panthers to a 2-0 start - just one win shy of the team's total over the previous two years. Thursday, the Panthers rallied to score 10 points in the fourth quarter to beat Williamsport, 40-38, in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League non-conference game. The North Carroll defense rebounded from giving up 38 points to hold the Wildcats scoreless in the fourth quarter. Running back Sean Floto, who had 192 yards on 22 carries, scored the winning touchdown on a 24-yard run with two minutes to go. It was his second touchdown of the night for the Panthers, who were 1-10 last season and 2-8 the year before.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2013
Here is the fifth installment of a series that checks in with the eight Division III programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons ended. Tuesday's visit was with Goucher. Wednesday's visit is with St. Mary's. REVIEW The good: The Seahawks enjoyed a solid campaign in 2012, going 10-6 overall and 6-2 in the Capital Athletic Conference. But they had even greater success this past spring with a 12-7 overall record and a 4-2 league mark.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2013
Duke is less than 24 hours away from tangling with top-seeded Syracuse in Monday's NCAA tournament final. But it is one 60-minute session that concerns the seventh-seeded Blue Devils. Duke (15-5) powered past Cornell, 16-14, in Saturday's semifinal, but the team suffered a lapse in the fourth quarter. The Big Red outscored the Blue Devils, 7-2, in that frame, and Duke needed an empty-net goal by junior attackman Jordan Wolf with 39 seconds left to seal the victory. On Saturday night, the Blue Devils coaching staff reviewed film of that game and when an 11 p.m. meeting with the players came around, the film happened to begin with the fourth quarter and the players and coaches watched with equal amounts of dismay and relief.
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From Sun staff reports | May 19, 2013
Salisbury transfer Eric Law picked up a rebound on the edge of the crease and scored with 13.4 seconds left to cap a historic comeback and give No. 4 seed Denver a 12-11 win over fifth-seeded North Carolina in the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament quarterfinals at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Sunday afternoon. The game, played before an announced 7,749, was the first men's lacrosse quarterfinal held at a venue not on the East Coast. Denver, the first team in men's quarterfinal history to win after trailing by five goals or more, will face No. 1 seed Syracuse in the semifinals Saturday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2013
No. 4 Stevenson can sit back Sunday and celebrate a hard-fought, come-from-behind 17-13 victory over No. 11 Washington College in Saturday night's NCAA tournament second-round contest at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills. As much as talent and mental fortitude played a role in the team outscoring the Shoremen 6-1 in the pivotal fourth quarter, the Mustangs know they cannot afford to fall behind again when they meet No. 13 Lynchburg (14-5) - a 12-9 winner over No. 7 Roanoke - at home on Wednesday at 7 p.m. “We definitely have to jump out on them early,” sophomore midfielder Billy Burgoyne said of the Hornets.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2013
Hunt Valley-based Tessco Technologies Inc. said Wednesday that revenue and profits both fell about 18 percent in its most recent quarter compared with a year earlier, driven by its exit from a high-revenue business it considered too low margin. The provider of products for wireless broadband systems produced $2.9 million in net income in its fiscal fourth quarter, which ended March 31. That's down from about $3.5 million in the year-earlier quarter. Revenue fell to about $158 million from almost $195 million a year earlier, while earnings fell to 35 cents a share from 43 cents.
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