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September 16, 2006
The Sun is compiling statistics for football, boys and girls soccer, field hockey and volleyball to be published on Wednesdays, starting Sept. 27. Coaches or team statisticians should call 410-332-6786 or 800-829-8000, ext. 6786, on Friday and Saturday (until 11 p.m.), or send an e-mail to patomalleysports@aol.com. Here's how to do it: Start by giving the sport, your name and phone number, and your school. Please give your leaders only and make sure to spell out the names. Here's the breakdown: For football - rushing: attempts, yards, average, touchdowns; passing: attempts, completions, percentage, yards, interceptions, touchdowns; receptions: total, yards, average per catch, touchdowns; scoring: touchdowns, extra points, field goals, total.
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By Randy McRoberts, Baltimore Sun Media Group | April 4, 2014
Scoop Kelly graduated from Fallston, but he spent the last nine seasons coaching Bel Air boys lacrosse. So, when the Bobcats hosted the Cougars on Friday, the teams played in memory of the former coach, who died suddenly in February. No. 12 Bel Air did its best to honor that memory. Senior attackman Calvin Fleagle scored four goals to lead the Bobcats past Fallston, 7-4, in an Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference Chesapeake Division game. "This game always meant extra to him," Bel Air head coach Chuck Muir said.
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SPORTS
April 20, 2003
The numbers 3 Bases-loaded walks for Tony Batista. 4 Runs scored by Rule 5 shortstop Jose Morban. 2 At-bats for Morban. 10 Games played by David Segui before straining his hamstring. 5 Games decided in the Orioles' last at-bat.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | January 31, 2014
Thousands of students and alumnae from Mercy and the Institute of Notre Dame spent the better part of an hour Friday night exchanging ear-ringing cheers, chants and renditions of their alma mater before an annual girls basketball game that has evolved into one of the largest high school events in the area. Once play began, however, only one side was left cheering at "The Game. " Trailing early, IND took command with 17 straight points, using its strong guard play and larger front line to keep Mercy scoreless for more than a quarter as it built a 21-point lead and held on for a 45-35 win before an announced 3,976 at Towson's SECU Arena.
FEATURES
April 7, 1999
If you could be any actor in any movie, who would you be?Eric Swann, defensive tackle, Arizona Cardinals: "Eddie Murphy in Dr. Dolittle. His character was so fun-loving and kind to the animals."Penny Hardaway, guard, Orlando Magic: "Denzel Washington in A Soldier's Story. That's my all-time favorite movie."Lindsay Davenport, tennis player: "Demi Moore in A Few Good Men. I loved that movie."Game TimeWhat's my record?I'm Cal Ripken Jr. of the Baltimore Orioles. In September 1998, I ended my record streak of games played in a row. The streak began in 1982.
SPORTS
April 16, 2000
Opponent: Cincinnati Stuff Site: Firstar Center Time: 6 Radio: WJFK (1300 AM) Outlook: Center Soumaila Samake leads the Stuff in blocked shots, averaging just under three a game. Cincinnati won the previous game at Baltimore Arena by 12, and has taken eight of nine against the BayRunners. The Stuff has clinched a berth in the playoffs. The BayRunners are 3-9 in games played on Sunday.
SPORTS
August 24, 2003
9 Games played by Marty Cordova, who'll have elbow surgery this week. $103,333 Money earned by Cordova for each at-bat this season. 12 Consecutive games bullpen allowed runs before three shutout innings Thursday. 2 Homers for Tony Ba tista in nine career at-bats vs. Rays' Jesus Colome. 8 Consecutive losses before Wednesday's victory over the Devil Rays.
SPORTS
December 10, 1998
Tonight: The Boston Bruins, 6-1-3 in their past 10 games, visit the Southeast Division-leading Carolina Hurricanes, who are 5-3-2 in their past 10.Devils: Ken Daneyko became New Jersey's career leader in games played Tuesday night with 935, breaking the mark held by John MacLean. Daneyko spent his entire career with New Jersey, playing his first game on Oct. 5, 1983. The defenseman was selected 18th overall by the Devils in the 1982 entry draft.Islanders: New York has lost six straight games and nine of 11 to fall into ninth place in the Eastern Conference.
SPORTS
April 20, 2004
He said it "I find myself getting that third out and walking off the field [toward the dugout] instead of realizing, `Oh, yeah, the game's over.' " Joe Nathan, Twins closer, on adjusting from being a setup man On deck Wade Miller of the Astros, who has won five straight starts against the Cardinals, faces them again today. Who's hot The Red Sox are 20-9 against the Yankees on games played on Patriot's Day. Who's not The Expos have been shut out four times and scored just 20 runs in their nine other games.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | December 26, 2013
Arthur Anthony "Art" DeCarlo Sr., a defensive back for the Baltimore Colts who played on the fabled 1958 championship team, died of complications from dementia Dec. 21 at his home in Birmingham, Ala. The former Ellicott City resident was 82. Born in Youngstown, Ohio, he was the son of Josephina and Antonio DeCarlo, a contractor. He was raised by an older brother after the death of his parents. He worked in a steel mill the summer after his senior year in high school and had offers to play for Ohio colleges.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2013
Despite their winning record, the Bryn Mawr girls have struggled much of this season to put together a full 50 minutes of solid lacrosse. That changed Tuesday at Maryvale. The No. 6 Mawrtians won most of the draws, worked a patient settled offense and play stifling defense to take a 10-5 victory over the No. 4 Lions in a critical Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference game. "We definitely wanted this win - and a little revenge too for last year," Mawrtians senior Kate Snouffer said, referencing her team's loss to Maryvale in the A Conference semifinals last season.
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The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2013
The senior shortstop-outfielder led the Greyhounds (12-4) to a 4-1 record last week. Tilley came through offensively and defensively late in a dramatic 9-8 win over No. 14 Mount St. Joseph in the President's Cup semifinal game Saturday. He hit a two-run home run in the top of the seventh inning to give the Greyhounds the lead and then helped end the game in the bottom of the frame when he turned a double play at shortstop. Tilley batted .436 in the five games, including two home runs, two doubles, eight RBIs, eight runs scored, two stolen bases and a sacrifice fly. Gilman also had wins over Georgetown Prep, McDonogh and St. Paul's early in the week before losing to Archbishop Spalding.
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By Edward Lee | December 10, 2012
Deactivated for the previous five contests, Richard Crawford picked an opportune time to make a lasting impression for the Washington Redskins. The rookie cornerback's 64-yard punt return set up rookie kicker Kai Forbath's 34-yard field goal that propelled Washington to a 31-28 win over the Ravens at FedEx Field Sunday. The outcome was significant as it kept the Redskins one game behind the New York Giants in the NFC East and one game behind the Seattle Seahawks and the Chicago Bears for the last wildcard berth.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2012
After the New England Patriots dropped back-to-back games to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New York Giants in Weeks 8 and 9, there was chatter that the Patriots, then 5-3, were on the verge of losing their grip on the AFC East to the New York Jets and — gasp! — the Buffalo Bills. Nine straight wins later, the red-hot Patriots (14-3), who finished the regular season with the AFC's best record, will host the second-seeded Ravens (13-4) in Sunday's AFC championship game at Gillette Stadium.
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By Edward Lee | November 24, 2011
When the Ravens drafted Jarret Johnson in the fourth round in 2003, there were some questions about his longevity in the NFL. After all, he was considered too small to play the defensive tackle position he played at the University of Alabama and too big to play linebacker. On Sunday, Johnson, who lost 25 pounds to become an outside linebacker, overtook former defensive end Michael McCrary and former linebacker Jamie Sharper as the franchise's all-time leader in consecutive starts with his 74th straight start in the team's 31-24 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
SPORTS
By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2011
Cameron Chism wore a puzzled look. It was Saturday's first quarter, and Maryland's senior cornerback had trailed a West Virginia receiver to the end zone as the ball floated harmlessly away. Then Chism saw the flag. "The ref may have said I cut him off," Chism said later. As the 15-yard penalty was assessed — the Mountaineers scored a touchdown two plays later — Chism walked haltingly toward the sideline and twice extended his arms with his palms up in a questioning gesture. Then Chism did what all successful cornerbacks must do — he remembered how to forget.
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By Sam Farmer, Tribune Newspapers | October 26, 2010
The end is near. Or so it appears. Then again, with Brett Favre it's always hard to tell. But with the news Monday that the Minnesota Vikings quarterback has two small fractures in his left ankle, it seems likely that his NFL-record streak of 291 consecutive starts soon will be coming to an end. Favre has not been ruled out for the Week 8 game at New England but was clearly in pain during Sunday night's 28-24 loss at Green Bay....
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