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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | May 1, 1998
River Hill soccer player Kathy Gaertner, the Howard County co-Player of the Year, has accepted a scholarship to attend Furman (S.C.) University."Furman was pretty much my first choice," said Gaertner, who scored the Hawks' only goals in their state tournament semifinal win over Loch Raven and their tie in the championship against South River. "The team, the coach were all very nice, and it's a good school."Gaertner, a midfielder, had nine goals and 15 assists last year. A four-time All-County first-team selection, Gaertner was a defender at Glenelg for two years before going to River Hill.
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By Chris Murray and Chris Murray,Special to the Sun | October 21, 2007
DOVER, Del. -- A 100-yard fumble return by Delaware State cornerback Akeem Green and four field goals by Peter Gaertner enabled the Hornets to come away yesterday with a 25-17 win over Morgan State in front of 5,446 at Alumni Stadium. The one play that will be replayed over and over in the head of Morgan State coach Donald Hill-Eley is running back Courtney Anderson's fumble in the end zone with 9:11 left in the game, when it looked as if he was about to increase the Bears' lead. Morgan State, leading 17-16, had a first-and-goal at the Delaware State 2-yard line when Anderson fumbled.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | November 23, 1992
Statistics do not accurately measure what The Baltimore Sun's Howard County boys soccer co-Players of the Year accomplished for their teams.Rehan Gill of Centennial and Dan Gaertner of Glenelg both performed a variety of sometimes subtle roles that led their teams to the state finals. Both were team leaders. Neither had a bad game all season.For Gill, a senior striker who earned a reputation last season for his ability in the air, scoring on headers off of set plays, this season was a chance to prove himself as an all-around player.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | May 1, 1998
River Hill soccer player Kathy Gaertner, the Howard County co-Player of the Year, has accepted a scholarship to attend Furman (S.C.) University."Furman was pretty much my first choice," said Gaertner, who scored the Hawks' only goals in their state tournament semifinal win over Loch Raven and their tie in the championship against South River. "The team, the coach were all very nice, and it's a good school."Gaertner, a midfielder, had nine goals and 15 assists last year. A four-time All-County first-team selection, Gaertner was a defender at Glenelg for two years before going to River Hill.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 11, 1997
Tenth-ranked River Hill played a strong second half and used a Kathy Gaertner goal to score a 1-0 victory No. 13 Loch Raven in the Class 2A/3A state semifinal last night at Catonsville Community College.River Hill (15-2), in only its second year, will meet No. 8 South River (14-2) in Saturday's state final at Dundalk Community College. South River topped Middletown, 2-0, in the other semifinal last night.Loch Raven (12-4-1) won the Class 1A/2A state title last year while South River shared the Class 2A/3A crown with Liberty.
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September 5, 1994
EMMITSBURG -- Sophomore Jose Cornejo's two goals ignited a four-goal outburst in the second half to help Mount St. Mary's defeat Goucher in the championship game of the Holiday Inn Soccer Classic.The Mountaineers (2-0) dominated, outshooting the visitors, 23-4, for the game, but they could only manage one first-half score, by sophomore Dan Gaertner (Glenelg) in the fourth minute.Goucher ............ 0 .. 1 .. -- .. 1Mount St. Mary's ... 1 .. 4 .. -- .. 5Mount St. Mary's 5, Goucher 1
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | November 8, 1992
There were no more miracles for Liberty yesterday in the state Class 2A, Region I boys soccer tournament at Middletown.The fourth-seeded Lions ran into a highly skilled Glenelg team and were outplayed most of the game before falling, 1-0, in the championship match.Liberty (7-6-1) had knocked off top-seeded Middletown, 3-1, Boys soccerWednesday and was hoping to conquer second-seeded and sixth-ranked Glenelg (11-2-1) last night.But none of the magic was left from Wednesday night, leaving Glenelg in command of the championship match.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | November 8, 1992
There were no more miracles for Liberty High yesterday in the state Class 2A, Region I boys soccer tournament at Middletown.The fourth-seeded Lions ran into a highly skilled Glenelg team and were outplayed most of the game before falling, 1-0, in the Region I championship game.Liberty (7-6-1) had knocked off top-seeded Middletown, 3-1, Boys soccerWednesday and was hoping to conquer second-seeded and sixth-ranked Glenelg (11-2-1) last night.But none of the magic was left from Wednesday night, leaving Glenelg in command of the championship match.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | October 16, 1997
Kathy Gaertner thought her corner kick would sail over the goal."I thought it was going out," said the River Hill senior midfielder. "I was ready to run back to the middle for the goal kick."Gaertner did run back toward the middle, but only to receive congratulatory hugs from her teammates. Her corner kick -- with eight seconds left in the first overtime -- landed in the far corner of the net, giving the Hawks a 1-0 victory yesterday over visiting Mount Hebron."I try to get it in that general area," Gaertner said.
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By Chris Murray and Chris Murray,Special to the Sun | October 21, 2007
DOVER, Del. -- A 100-yard fumble return by Delaware State cornerback Akeem Green and four field goals by Peter Gaertner enabled the Hornets to come away yesterday with a 25-17 win over Morgan State in front of 5,446 at Alumni Stadium. The one play that will be replayed over and over in the head of Morgan State coach Donald Hill-Eley is running back Courtney Anderson's fumble in the end zone with 9:11 left in the game, when it looked as if he was about to increase the Bears' lead. Morgan State, leading 17-16, had a first-and-goal at the Delaware State 2-yard line when Anderson fumbled.
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By RICK BELZ AND STAN RAPPAPORT | November 20, 1997
Co-players of the yearAmanda Berman, Wilde Lake, senior, forward: She did it all, and so well. Berman was used all over the field -- up top, in the middle, and for a couple games, at sweeper -- and still managed to lead the county in scoring with 19 goals and 13 assists. "She played a lot of roles for us," said Wilde Lake coach Anita Andersch. "She was a very good leader." Berman worked hard to score, and she earned the reputation of one of the state's top finishers. But she also was an unselfish player who could deliver outstanding passes.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 11, 1997
Eighth-ranked River Hill played a strong second half and used a Kathy Gaertner goal to score a 1-0 victory over No. 13 Loch Raven in the Class 2A-3A state semifinal last night at Catonsville Community College.River Hill (15-2), in only its second year, will meet No. 10 South River (14-2) in Saturday's state final at Dundalk Community College. South River topped Middletown, 2-0, in the other semifinal last night.Loch Raven (12-4-1) won the Class 1A-2A title last year.River Hill and Loch Raven played even much of the first half in their game.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | October 16, 1997
Kathy Gaertner thought her corner kick would sail over the goal."I thought it was going out," said the River Hill senior midfielder. "I was ready to run back to the middle for the goal kick."Gaertner did run back toward the middle, but only to receive congratulatory hugs from her teammates. Her corner kick -- with eight seconds left in the first overtime -- landed in the far corner of the net, giving the Hawks a 1-0 victory yesterday over visiting Mount Hebron."I try to get it in that general area," Gaertner said.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | October 4, 1997
River Hill freshman forward Maria Masciantonio stands 5-foot-1. And as she took her position near the goal awaiting Kathy Gaertner's corner kick, Masciantonio indeed looked small among some much taller Oakland Mills players"I felt short," Masciantonio said.Then she used her head. Literally.Masciantonio's header landed in the right corner of the net to break a scoreless tie two minutes, 30 seconds into the second half and jump-start the 14th-ranked Hawks to a 3-1 Howard County league victory over the visiting Scorpions.
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September 5, 1994
EMMITSBURG -- Sophomore Jose Cornejo's two goals ignited a four-goal outburst in the second half to help Mount St. Mary's defeat Goucher in the championship game of the Holiday Inn Soccer Classic.The Mountaineers (2-0) dominated, outshooting the visitors, 23-4, for the game, but they could only manage one first-half score, by sophomore Dan Gaertner (Glenelg) in the fourth minute.Goucher ............ 0 .. 1 .. -- .. 1Mount St. Mary's ... 1 .. 4 .. -- .. 5Mount St. Mary's 5, Goucher 1
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By SALLY BUCKLER | August 4, 1994
"It's just perfect. It's what every team wants, and we got it," said Dan Gaertner. His teammate Russell Payne echoed Dan's feelings, "In soccer, as a kid, this is what you work for your whole life. When they blew the whistle and we knew we'd won, it was a dream come true."The two are members of the under-19 soccer club, the Baltimore Spirit, which won the United States National Youth Soccer Championship on Sunday.The team entered and won the Maryland State Cup in June. It went on to win the Region I championship in New Jersey in early July, qualifying the Spirit to play in the National Championships in Blain, Minn.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | October 14, 1992
Three times, Renard Brown positioned himself in front of the net. And on each occasion, the senior forward's timely placement resulted in goals, as No. 8 Glenelg routed visiting Wilde Lake, the area's No. 15 team, 5-0, yesterday in a Howard County boys soccer game.Glenelg (6-0, 1-0) dominated play, outshooting Wilde Lake (1-2-1, 0-2), 19-3. Wilde Lake made all its attempts in the first half, and none was a problem for the Gladiators' goalie, Russell Payne.Brown is one of the area's top scorers with 11 goals and three assists.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | October 4, 1997
River Hill freshman forward Maria Masciantonio stands 5-foot-1. And as she took her position near the goal awaiting Kathy Gaertner's corner kick, Masciantonio indeed looked small among some much taller Oakland Mills players"I felt short," Masciantonio said.Then she used her head. Literally.Masciantonio's header landed in the right corner of the net to break a scoreless tie two minutes, 30 seconds into the second half and jump-start the 14th-ranked Hawks to a 3-1 Howard County league victory over the visiting Scorpions.
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By RICK BELZ | July 10, 1994
The ingredients for any successful sports team are no mystery; it takes talented players, good coaching and luck.When the Baltimore Spirit, a team heavily flavored with Columbia players and coaches, won the Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer Eastern Region I under-19 championship last weekend, that combination was present.The Spirit played extremely well, but may have had a few extra measures of luck.The championship game was tied 1-1 with five minutes to play when Spirit sweeper Chris Eatough received a red card.
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