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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2000
Junior 189-pounder Chris Garrow won his first varsity bout with a 45-second pin over Hammond's Austin Merson yesterday to give host Mount Hebron an insurmountable lead in a 39-31 Howard County league wrestling victory. "There was a lot of pressure on me, but all of the hard work has paid off," said Garrow, a junior varsity county champ last season. It was only the fourth win for Mount Hebron against 17 defeats to the county power. The Vikings (2-0), whose lineup has only two seniors, won the first three matches for a 15-0 lead, getting pins from Austin Laws (103)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2002
Mount Hebron's Chris Garrow wanted to avoid a third overtime bout with River Hill's Jesse Fawcett, with whom he had split victories. "I'm not going into overtime with this guy again," Garrow said afterward, recalling his thoughts while he held a 5-4 lead against Fawcett with about 30 seconds left in their 189-pound match last night at River Hill. Fearing a stalling penalty that would force extra time, Garrow flipped Fawcett to his back in a match-clinching, four-point reversal. Garrow's 9-4 victory gave No. 3 Mount Hebron an insurmountable 13-point lead with one bout left in its 41-22 Howard County dual-meet win before a raucous crowd that numbered more than the gym's 1,310 capacity.
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 9, 2001
DERWOOD - Mount Hebron's wrestling team has high expectations this season, and so far it's meeting them. Two Vikings took individual titles and two placed second last night as the Vikings easily won the 20th annual Big M Tournament at Magruder High. Led by seniors Mike Mengel (160 pounds) and Scott Garrow (171), Mount Hebron finished with 230 points to finish atop the 26-team field. Second-place River Hill, which had won the previous two Big M tournaments, had 187.50 points, and Damascus of Montgomery County finished third with 182. Mengel and Garrow both won by fall, but in drastically different manners.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2002
Mount Hebron's Chris Garrow wanted to avoid a third overtime bout with Jesse Fawcett, with whom he had split victories. "I'm not going into overtime with this guy again," Garrow said afterward, recalling his thoughts while he held a 5-4 lead with about 30 seconds left in a 189-pound match last night at River Hill. Fearing a stalling penalty that would force extra time, Garrow flipped Fawcett to his back in a match-clinching, four-point reversal. Garrow's 9-4 victory gave No. 3 Mount Hebron an insurmountable 13-point lead with one bout left in its 41-22 Howard County dual-meet win before a raucous crowd that numbered more than the gym's 1,310 capacity.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2002
Mount Hebron's Chris Garrow wanted to avoid a third overtime bout with Jesse Fawcett, with whom he had split victories. "I'm not going into overtime with this guy again," Garrow said afterward, recalling his thoughts while he held a 5-4 lead with about 30 seconds left in a 189-pound match last night at River Hill. Fearing a stalling penalty that would force extra time, Garrow flipped Fawcett to his back in a match-clinching, four-point reversal. Garrow's 9-4 victory gave No. 3 Mount Hebron an insurmountable 13-point lead with one bout left in its 41-22 Howard County dual-meet win before a raucous crowd that numbered more than the gym's 1,310 capacity.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | July 18, 1991
WASHINGTON -- His precision is not as sustained as it was when he was consistently a top-10 player, but there was enough of the old John McEnroe to get past his first match at the Sovran Bank Classic.McEnroe, the No. 2 seed, struggled in the second set before beating Brian Garrow, 6-3, 7-5, in a second-round match before a near capacity crowd at the William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center.McEnroe advanced to the third round, where he will face Luis Herrera tonight at 7. That will be followed by a third-round match between top-seeded Andre Agassi and Chuck Adams.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2002
Mount Hebron's Chris Garrow wanted to avoid a third overtime bout with River Hill's Jesse Fawcett, with whom he had split victories. "I'm not going into overtime with this guy again," Garrow said afterward, recalling his thoughts while he held a 5-4 lead against Fawcett with about 30 seconds left in their 189-pound match last night at River Hill. Fearing a stalling penalty that would force extra time, Garrow flipped Fawcett to his back in a match-clinching, four-point reversal. Garrow's 9-4 victory gave No. 3 Mount Hebron an insurmountable 13-point lead with one bout left in its 41-22 Howard County dual-meet win before a raucous crowd that numbered more than the gym's 1,310 capacity.
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By Lyle Denniston | February 6, 1994
Title: "Liberty and Sexuality: The Right to Privacy and the Making of Roe v. Wade"Author: David J. GarrowPublisher: Macmillan-! Length, price: 705 pages, $28The architecture of a monumental Supreme Court decision has footings that reach deeply into the past and broadly across American society. Roe vs. Wade, the historic January 1973 decision creating a constitutional right to abortion, is such a decision.For all the criticism suggesting that Roe suddenly rose up on the constitutional landscape out of the shimmering imagination of Justice Harry A. Blackmun, this decision might have been foreseen generations earlier.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2001
Zak Porta pinned Westminster's previously unbeaten 135-pounder, Jason Brown, during a match-clinching, six-bout sweep for Mount Hebron, and 160-pound teammate Mike Mengel edged Nick Burger in the marquee bout as the Vikings routed Westminster, 55-12, in a tri-meet at Atholton last night. Coming off a six-point loss to 12th-ranked Fallston, the Harford County runner-up last winter, Westminster (3-2) figured to offer the stiffest test of the young season for third-ranked Mount Hebron (6-0)
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By Sandra McKee | July 18, 1991
WASHINGTON -- Everyone knows John McEnroe, the man with the temper. The man with the ego.Everyone knows McEnroe. The man who screams at fans, embarrasses linesmen and curses umpires.Everyone knows him.Or do they?His temper still can get him in trouble. It cost him $10,000 in fines at Wimbledon earlier this month. It was a fine he considered appealing, but decided not to, when he learned the money would go to charity.The self-portrait McEnroe painted last night was of a gentle, caring father, who finds it difficult to stop playing with his children to compete on the tennis court.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2001
Zak Porta pinned Westminster's previously unbeaten 135-pounder, Jason Brown, during a match-clinching, six-bout sweep for Mount Hebron, and 160-pound teammate Mike Mengel edged Nick Burger in the marquee bout as the Vikings routed Westminster, 55-12, in a tri-meet at Atholton last night. Coming off a six-point loss to 12th-ranked Fallston, the Harford County runner-up last winter, Westminster (3-2) figured to offer the stiffest test of the young season for third-ranked Mount Hebron (6-0)
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 9, 2001
DERWOOD - Mount Hebron's wrestling team has high expectations this season, and so far it's meeting them. Two Vikings took individual titles and two placed second last night as the Vikings easily won the 20th annual Big M Tournament at Magruder High. Led by seniors Mike Mengel (160 pounds) and Scott Garrow (171), Mount Hebron finished with 230 points to finish atop the 26-team field. Second-place River Hill, which had won the previous two Big M tournaments, had 187.50 points, and Damascus of Montgomery County finished third with 182. Mengel and Garrow both won by fall, but in drastically different manners.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2000
Junior 189-pounder Chris Garrow won his first varsity bout with a 45-second pin over Hammond's Austin Merson yesterday to give host Mount Hebron an insurmountable lead in a 39-31 Howard County league wrestling victory. "There was a lot of pressure on me, but all of the hard work has paid off," said Garrow, a junior varsity county champ last season. It was only the fourth win for Mount Hebron against 17 defeats to the county power. The Vikings (2-0), whose lineup has only two seniors, won the first three matches for a 15-0 lead, getting pins from Austin Laws (103)
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By Lyle Denniston | February 6, 1994
Title: "Liberty and Sexuality: The Right to Privacy and the Making of Roe v. Wade"Author: David J. GarrowPublisher: Macmillan-! Length, price: 705 pages, $28The architecture of a monumental Supreme Court decision has footings that reach deeply into the past and broadly across American society. Roe vs. Wade, the historic January 1973 decision creating a constitutional right to abortion, is such a decision.For all the criticism suggesting that Roe suddenly rose up on the constitutional landscape out of the shimmering imagination of Justice Harry A. Blackmun, this decision might have been foreseen generations earlier.
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By Sandra McKee | July 18, 1991
WASHINGTON -- Everyone knows John McEnroe, the man with the temper. The man with the ego.Everyone knows McEnroe. The man who screams at fans, embarrasses linesmen and curses umpires.Everyone knows him.Or do they?His temper still can get him in trouble. It cost him $10,000 in fines at Wimbledon earlier this month. It was a fine he considered appealing, but decided not to, when he learned the money would go to charity.The self-portrait McEnroe painted last night was of a gentle, caring father, who finds it difficult to stop playing with his children to compete on the tennis court.
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