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November 15, 2003
On November 14, 2003, LEE R., of Westminster; beloved father of Randy Gailey and Wanda Zendgraft; father-in-law of Harriet Gailey and John Zendgraft; brother of Roger, Randall, Jeff and Herman Gailey and the late Tommy Gailey and Dorothy Lou Thomas; grandfather of Kelly, Brett and Samantha Gailey, Christopher, Corrie, Timothy and Megan Zendgraft. Also survived by nieces, nephews and sister-in-laws. Funeral Services from the Fletcher Funeral Home, 254 E. Main Street, Westminster, on Monday 11 A.M. Interment in Mountain View Cemetery in Union Bridge with military honors.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | November 23, 2005
Georgia Tech knew it had the goods to stuff Miami's offense, even if the oddsmakers, the Hurricanes and a whole lot of Yellow Jackets fans disagreed. It has been the year of the defense in the Atlantic Coast Conference, where a host of young quarterbacks have been knocked around and the punters have been kept busy, as teams have battled for field position. Virginia Tech and Miami have been two of the nation's stingiest all year, but few ACC teams have been pushed around with any regularity.
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By George Taylor | June 9, 1991
Label it Carroll County's most resounding golf shot.The battle scene was the 1986 Maryland State Amateur golf championship at Elkridge Club and the trigger was pulled by Piney Branch's Carol Gailey.There was Gailey, only a once-in-a-while competitor at state level competitions, taking on Marty West, a former U.S. World and Walker Cup player who had won the state crown seven times. West, at the top of his game for this tournament, admitted having never met Gailey either on or off the golf course before.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 9, 2005
Georgia Tech has made its opening statement with authority. Now, will the Yellow Jackets follow through or fade? Tech came into the season with an imposing defense on paper. After imposing its will at then-No. 16 Auburn by intercepting sophomore quarterback Brandon Cox four times, recovering a fumble and holding Auburn to 50 yards rushing en route to a 23-14, season-opening victory, Tech needs to keep it up for a change. "We've won big ballgames around here before," Yellow Jackets fourth-year coach Chan Gailey said.
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By George Taylor | May 31, 1992
A score of 77 doesn't usually turn heads at a golf tournament. Particularly when the scorer is Carol Gailey, many times a champion at Piney Branch.This 77, however, was not posted under usual golfing conditions. In fact, one official termed play at the State Amateur's pre-qualifying round at Hillendale as "the most punishing ever remembered."So when Gailey carded 77, he was greeted with congratulations. Not only did the score clinch a qualifying spot, but it also tied for second-best in the entire field.
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By Vito Stellino pTC and Vito Stellino pTC,SUN STAFF | February 13, 1998
When Chan Gailey was introduced as the fourth coach of the Dallas Cowboys at a news conference yesterday, he was asked how long a contract he had signed.Gailey turned to owner Jerry Jones and said, "Are we talking about that?"Jones replied, "We're not talking about that."Gailey then turned to the microphone and said, "We're not talking about that."The reporters laughed as Gailey played Charlie McCarthy to Jones' Edgar Bergen, but that exchange explained why Gailey got the job.The obscure Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach was hired by Jones because he's willing to let Jones run the show.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1999
There's trouble in Big D with a capital D and it rhymes with disaster.At least it's a disaster by the Dallas Cowboys' standards when the team loses back-to-back games by 13-10 scores to the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants.It's easy to forget the Cowboys are still 3-2. In Dallas, all they're talking about is that the offense has produced two touchdowns in the last 28 possessions."I think there's some frustration, sure," Cowboys coach Chan Gailey said.No doubt about that. Gailey's being second-guessed by everybody from Terry Bradshaw to Emmitt Smith.
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By GEORGE PALMER | August 6, 1993
Palmer rules county after playoffCharles Palmer, a one-time professional now returned to amateur status, is the new Carroll County golf champion.Palmer, a member of Piney Branch, won the 1993 event played at Wakefield Valley in a playoff with host club member Gerry Eckenrode.After Palmer and Eckenrode deadlocked at 76, a sudden-death playoff was ordered. Palmer clinched the title with a par four on the 19th hole after Eckenrode three-putted.Dave Bittner, the tournament's defending champion from Wakefield, closed one stroke behind the leaders with 77.Still, the event will be remembered for the late collapse of Wakefield's Todd Eckenrode.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | October 23, 2003
COLLEGE PARK -- It might seem odd, but Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen and senior quarterback Scott McBrien don't talk much during the week. It's not that they dislike each other -- quite the opposite, in fact -- it's that McBrien is one of the team's true introverts. He prefers to go about his business, listening plenty but saying little. So Friedgen admits he was a bit surprised this week when McBrien walked past him at the end of practice and mumbled two words he hoped would put his coach at ease.
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By George Taylor | April 12, 1992
Whoever suggested that charity begins at home must not have been a golfer.Some of Carroll's major contributions to charity come from golfers and tournament sponsors.Consider this year's tournament schedule at Wakefield Valley GolfClub. There are five tournaments listed solely for the purpose of raising money for charitable organizations: May 15, Westminster Rotary $6,000 to $10,000; June 19, Kiwanis Team Classic $5,000 to $7,000; July 10, Seventh Multiple Sclerosis Classic, $15,000 to $20,000; Sept.
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November 15, 2003
On November 14, 2003, LEE R., of Westminster; beloved father of Randy Gailey and Wanda Zendgraft; father-in-law of Harriet Gailey and John Zendgraft; brother of Roger, Randall, Jeff and Herman Gailey and the late Tommy Gailey and Dorothy Lou Thomas; grandfather of Kelly, Brett and Samantha Gailey, Christopher, Corrie, Timothy and Megan Zendgraft. Also survived by nieces, nephews and sister-in-laws. Funeral Services from the Fletcher Funeral Home, 254 E. Main Street, Westminster, on Monday 11 A.M. Interment in Mountain View Cemetery in Union Bridge with military honors.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | October 23, 2003
COLLEGE PARK -- It might seem odd, but Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen and senior quarterback Scott McBrien don't talk much during the week. It's not that they dislike each other -- quite the opposite, in fact -- it's that McBrien is one of the team's true introverts. He prefers to go about his business, listening plenty but saying little. So Friedgen admits he was a bit surprised this week when McBrien walked past him at the end of practice and mumbled two words he hoped would put his coach at ease.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1999
There's trouble in Big D with a capital D and it rhymes with disaster.At least it's a disaster by the Dallas Cowboys' standards when the team loses back-to-back games by 13-10 scores to the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants.It's easy to forget the Cowboys are still 3-2. In Dallas, all they're talking about is that the offense has produced two touchdowns in the last 28 possessions."I think there's some frustration, sure," Cowboys coach Chan Gailey said.No doubt about that. Gailey's being second-guessed by everybody from Terry Bradshaw to Emmitt Smith.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | November 11, 1998
When Jerry Jones chose Chan Gailey to coach the Dallas Cowboys last February, it concluded one of the most exhaustive coaching searches in recent NFL history.Gailey, offensive coordinator with the Pittsburgh Steelers at the time, came out of the shadows to win the job in the 11th hour of a 34-day process. Still, he was the choice only after former UCLA coach Terry Donahue balked at accepting one of the league's lowest salaries.Among the candidates left in Gailey's wake were former San Francisco 49ers coach George Seifert, a two-time Super Bowl winner, and Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Sherm Lewis.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | August 16, 1998
The Dallas Cowboys can no longer use Bozo the Coach as a scapegoat.When the Cowboys went from America's Team to America's Most Wanted the last couple of years, Barry Switzer, given the Bozo the Coach nickname by one of the New York tabloids, got much of the blame because of his laid-back style.When Chan Gailey, the former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator, was hired to replace Switzer, things were supposed to change.Although Gailey's play-calling, especially in the AFC title game last year, has been suspect at times, nobody questioned he was a straight arrow who would hold the players to a higher standard.
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By Vito Stellino pTC and Vito Stellino pTC,SUN STAFF | February 13, 1998
When Chan Gailey was introduced as the fourth coach of the Dallas Cowboys at a news conference yesterday, he was asked how long a contract he had signed.Gailey turned to owner Jerry Jones and said, "Are we talking about that?"Jones replied, "We're not talking about that."Gailey then turned to the microphone and said, "We're not talking about that."The reporters laughed as Gailey played Charlie McCarthy to Jones' Edgar Bergen, but that exchange explained why Gailey got the job.The obscure Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach was hired by Jones because he's willing to let Jones run the show.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 9, 2005
Georgia Tech has made its opening statement with authority. Now, will the Yellow Jackets follow through or fade? Tech came into the season with an imposing defense on paper. After imposing its will at then-No. 16 Auburn by intercepting sophomore quarterback Brandon Cox four times, recovering a fumble and holding Auburn to 50 yards rushing en route to a 23-14, season-opening victory, Tech needs to keep it up for a change. "We've won big ballgames around here before," Yellow Jackets fourth-year coach Chan Gailey said.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | November 23, 2005
Georgia Tech knew it had the goods to stuff Miami's offense, even if the oddsmakers, the Hurricanes and a whole lot of Yellow Jackets fans disagreed. It has been the year of the defense in the Atlantic Coast Conference, where a host of young quarterbacks have been knocked around and the punters have been kept busy, as teams have battled for field position. Virginia Tech and Miami have been two of the nation's stingiest all year, but few ACC teams have been pushed around with any regularity.
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By GEORGE PALMER | August 6, 1993
Palmer rules county after playoffCharles Palmer, a one-time professional now returned to amateur status, is the new Carroll County golf champion.Palmer, a member of Piney Branch, won the 1993 event played at Wakefield Valley in a playoff with host club member Gerry Eckenrode.After Palmer and Eckenrode deadlocked at 76, a sudden-death playoff was ordered. Palmer clinched the title with a par four on the 19th hole after Eckenrode three-putted.Dave Bittner, the tournament's defending champion from Wakefield, closed one stroke behind the leaders with 77.Still, the event will be remembered for the late collapse of Wakefield's Todd Eckenrode.
NEWS
By George Taylor | May 31, 1992
A score of 77 doesn't usually turn heads at a golf tournament. Particularly when the scorer is Carol Gailey, many times a champion at Piney Branch.This 77, however, was not posted under usual golfing conditions. In fact, one official termed play at the State Amateur's pre-qualifying round at Hillendale as "the most punishing ever remembered."So when Gailey carded 77, he was greeted with congratulations. Not only did the score clinch a qualifying spot, but it also tied for second-best in the entire field.
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