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By From Staff Reports | March 12, 1995
PHILADELPHIA -- Senior Charles Bertrand had five goals and one assist to lead No. 11 Navy to a 16-6 victory over Pennsylvania at Franklin Field yesterday.2 Navy goalkeeper Garrett Luebker made 14 saves.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2014
Franklin star pole vaulter Olivia Gruver likes her space prior to taking flight -- a place where she can keep to herself and focus. She will seek that solitude before the Class 3A state outdoor track and field championship at Morgan State on Friday, but finding it wasn't so easy in Philadelphia on April 24. On the day she competed in the prestigious Penn Relays for the first time, Gruver woke up bothered by a cold. After sleeping most of the way, the junior arrived at historic Franklin Field at the University of Pennsylvania and couldn't find her high school coach, Paul Hannsen.
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By Kent Baker | August 30, 2001
Navy (0-0) at Temple (0-0) Site: Franklin Field, Philadelphia Time: 7 Series record: Temple leads 3-1 Radio: WNAV (1430 AM), WJFK (1300 AM), WMAL (630 AM) Outlook: The Midshipmen have lost four consecutive season openers, including a 17-6 decision to Temple last year in Annapolis. They are 27-25-4 all time at Franklin Field, which has been the site of 18 Army-Navy games. Navy has not played there since defeating Penn, 38-28, in 1987. Navy will have to contain Tanardo Sharps (Meade)
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2014
Franklin pole vaulter Olivia Gruver won the high school girls pole vault championship Thursday at the Penn Relays. Gruver, an All-Metro first-team selection after the indoor track season, vaulted 12 feet, 3.5 inches. She said afterward that wind was a factor throughout the competition. "It kept messing with my run," Gruver reportedly said . "It kept dying down and building up. " Gruver won the Class 3A state title during the indoor season with a vault of 13 feet, a state record.
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2014
Franklin pole vaulter Olivia Gruver won the high school girls pole vault championship Thursday at the Penn Relays. Gruver, an All-Metro first-team selection after the indoor track season, vaulted 12 feet, 3.5 inches. She said afterward that wind was a factor throughout the competition. "It kept messing with my run," Gruver reportedly said . "It kept dying down and building up. " Gruver won the Class 3A state title during the indoor season with a vault of 13 feet, a state record.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | May 18, 1992
It was barely 15 minutes after Johns Hopkins had beaten Towson State, 15-8, Saturday night at Minnegan Stadium, when Blue Jays lacrosse coach Tony Seaman delivered the first salvo at friend and Syracuse coach Roy Simmons Jr.It's a fun-loving feud."
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2014
Of the 445 high school track and field athletes selected to participate in the prestigious Penn Relays, 14 attend schools in the Baltimore metropolitan area. The Penn Relays high school individual event field, released early Tuesday, includes 30 total athletes from Maryland high schools, who will compete in events ranging from the mile run to the shot put. Four All-Metro Player of the Year winners from this academic year were included among the 14 local athletes who earned spots in the relays.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 20, 2007
PHILADELPHIA -- Pennsylvania scored five unanswered goals to begin the second half and held on for a 9-7 win over Maryland yesterday in an NCAA tournament quarterfinal at Franklin Field. Penn (16-1) will play Northwestern in the semifinals Friday at Franklin Field. Maryland finished its season at 16-4. Terps junior Allie Buote made 10 saves, Lauren Cohen had two goals and an assist while Casey Magor added a pair of goals. Buote and the defense ignited the Terps' offense to a quick 4-0 lead to open the game.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | May 19, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- Now, it is Princeton's turn to try to encroach on what has been the exclusive lacrosse domain of three schools for 14 years.The Ivy League champion Tigers are in the semifinals for the first time in the 22-year history of the NCAA tournament, matched against Syracuse, North Carolina and Johns Hopkins. Not since Cornell in 1977 has a team other than Syracuse, Carolina or Hopkins won the championship."The big three," Princeton coach Bill Tierney said, glancing at Syracuse's Roy Simmons, Carolina's Dave Klarmann and Hopkins' Tony Seaman during yesterday's Final Four news conference.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 26, 2003
PHILADELPHIA - It was a picture-perfect day for Lindsay Grigoriev yesterday at the Penn Relays. The Atholton senior captured her second consecutive girls discus championship with a record effort of 160 feet, 5 inches. And while becoming the event's first repeat winner, Grigoriev was able to get a long-awaited photo with actor/comedian Bill Cosby on the winners' podium. "I got a picture last year, but they never sent us a copy," said Grigoriev, who won by nearly 12 feet over Amy Bilmanis (148-7)
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2014
Of the 445 high school track and field athletes selected to participate in the prestigious Penn Relays, 14 attend schools in the Baltimore metropolitan area. The Penn Relays high school individual event field, released early Tuesday, includes 30 total athletes from Maryland high schools, who will compete in events ranging from the mile run to the shot put. Four All-Metro Player of the Year winners from this academic year were included among the 14 local athletes who earned spots in the relays.
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From Sun staff reports | April 28, 2013
The No. 8 Loyola boys lacrosse team used a balanced offense - four Dons scored twice - to beat No. 9 Archbishop Spalding, 12-2, on Saturday. Loyola (10-5, 3-3 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) led 5-1 at halftime and went on a 4-0 run in the third quarter to put the game out of reach. The visiting Cavaliers fell to 10-8, 0-6. Kevin Jackson, Tyler Llewellyn, Devin McNamara and Tim Nordbrook each scored twice for Loyola. The Dons will next have to fight two top teams on the road, No. 5 Gilman on Tuesday and No. 1 Boys' Latin on Friday, and finish at home May 7 against No. 4 Calvert Hall.
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By Jeff Seidel, Special To The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2012
Alexis Franklin finished fifth in the 400-meter hurdles at the Penn Relays two years ago and took second last spring. But the Old Mill senior took it to another level Thursday in Philadelphia. Franklin took the lead early and won in 59.05 seconds, beating out Kiah Seymour from Archbishop John Carroll (Wash.) and McDonogh's Autumne Franklin for her first victory at the prestigious track and field event held at Franklin Field. "This is by far the greatest thing I've ever won, the most important.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 20, 2007
PHILADELPHIA -- Pennsylvania scored five unanswered goals to begin the second half and held on for a 9-7 win over Maryland yesterday in an NCAA tournament quarterfinal at Franklin Field. Penn (16-1) will play Northwestern in the semifinals Friday at Franklin Field. Maryland finished its season at 16-4. Terps junior Allie Buote made 10 saves, Lauren Cohen had two goals and an assist while Casey Magor added a pair of goals. Buote and the defense ignited the Terps' offense to a quick 4-0 lead to open the game.
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By MILTON KENT | October 5, 2004
AT EVERY LEVEL of football, place-kickers are like a car's spare tire, in that they take up valuable space and are usually smaller than the genuine article. But, as Franklin is finding out this season, a good kicker, like a good spare tire, can often be the most valuable apparatus you can have, when the time calls for it. Talk of senior David Schaffer's knack for hitting from distance is making the rounds among Baltimore County coaches who whisper his praises while scouting pending opponents.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 26, 2003
PHILADELPHIA - It was a picture-perfect day for Lindsay Grigoriev yesterday at the Penn Relays. The Atholton senior captured her second consecutive girls discus championship with a record effort of 160 feet, 5 inches. And while becoming the event's first repeat winner, Grigoriev was able to get a long-awaited photo with actor/comedian Bill Cosby on the winners' podium. "I got a picture last year, but they never sent us a copy," said Grigoriev, who won by nearly 12 feet over Amy Bilmanis (148-7)
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From Sun staff reports | April 28, 2013
The No. 8 Loyola boys lacrosse team used a balanced offense - four Dons scored twice - to beat No. 9 Archbishop Spalding, 12-2, on Saturday. Loyola (10-5, 3-3 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) led 5-1 at halftime and went on a 4-0 run in the third quarter to put the game out of reach. The visiting Cavaliers fell to 10-8, 0-6. Kevin Jackson, Tyler Llewellyn, Devin McNamara and Tim Nordbrook each scored twice for Loyola. The Dons will next have to fight two top teams on the road, No. 5 Gilman on Tuesday and No. 1 Boys' Latin on Friday, and finish at home May 7 against No. 4 Calvert Hall.
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By Bill Tanton | May 28, 1992
The lacrosse world is waiting to see who gets the coaching job at Virginia. The opening was created when Jim Adams retired May 13.Many consider Virginia's the best coaching job in lacrosse. For that reason, they think Bill Tierney, who won the NCAA championship Monday with his Princeton team, is a good fit for Virginia. Tierney is the hot coach in the game.People throughout the sport are watching closely. The Virginia appointment could start a domino effect.If Tierney goes to Virginia, who would take over Princeton's defending champions?
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By Kent Baker | August 30, 2001
Navy (0-0) at Temple (0-0) Site: Franklin Field, Philadelphia Time: 7 Series record: Temple leads 3-1 Radio: WNAV (1430 AM), WJFK (1300 AM), WMAL (630 AM) Outlook: The Midshipmen have lost four consecutive season openers, including a 17-6 decision to Temple last year in Annapolis. They are 27-25-4 all time at Franklin Field, which has been the site of 18 Army-Navy games. Navy has not played there since defeating Penn, 38-28, in 1987. Navy will have to contain Tanardo Sharps (Meade)
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By KATHERINE DUNN and KATHERINE DUNN,SUN STAFF | October 6, 1995
Stellar defense has Franklin's field hockey team off to one of its best starts ever.The No. 13 Indians have allowed only one goal in seven games to remain unbeaten and tied for first place in Baltimore County's tough Heron Division.All-County picks Amy Whitcomb in the goal and Lisa Bradley at sweeper lead a veteran defense that includes backs Wendie Speed and Karen Foltz."Giving up one goal in seven games is just tremendous," said coach Carol Smith, who plans to retire after this season, her 16th.
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