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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 28, 2011
With neither team able to generate much offense, No. 13 Perry Hall's defense forced Franklin to punt from its own 6-yard line early in the fourth quarter of Friday night's crucial Baltimore County matchup. The Gators then took advantage of the field position with a seven-play, 38-yard drive, capped by 27-yard field goal by Jake McQuay to take the lead with 5:28 left in the game. John Myers recovered a fumble on the ensuing possession, Eric Latham scored from the 1-yard line and the host Gators escaped with a 24-14 victory.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2011
The Reservoir boys soccer team put together two strong halves in the District V championship game against Broadneck on Tuesday, pushing forward to earn a first-half lead and continuing to press in the second to protect it. Senior Saad Memon scored midway through the first half, and the No. 6 Gators maintained the advantage by mostly getting to the ball first the rest of the way, coming away with a 1-0 win over the No. 13 Bruins at River Hill....
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By Mike Frainie, Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2011
Of all the skills the Reservoir volleyball team showed Tuesday night, it was one you can't measure that made the biggest difference — mental toughness. The No. 11 Gators rallied from a big deficit in the first to defeat visiting No. 12 Atholton, 29-27, 25-18, 25-18, in a key Howard County league game. "When you play your rival, it's more personal," Reservoir senior Kelsea Belt said. "Some of us are good friends with the girls on that team, so we really wanted this one. The Gators (5-3, 5-2)
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2011
Dulaney was looking to establish a new order in Baltimore County soccer in its league opener Tuesday night against perennial power Perry Hall. The 11th-ranked Gators, however, are not ready to loosen their reign as the dominant team just yet. Dulaney and Perry Hall traded several chances over two 40-minute halves and two 10-minute overtime periods, but neither team could break through in the 0-0 tie. Perry Hall's Ethan Moller nearly won the game...
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September 1, 2011
Never honor rival George Diaz Orlando Sentinel I know the Dolphins are hurting to fill seats, but this reeks of a desperate ploy to snag a few Orange and Blue fans to blend in with the fading number of aqua jerseys in the stands. You never honor a rival on your home turf. And even though the Hurricanes don't have an on-campus stadium, Sun Life Stadium is as good as it gets. For South Florida, it should always be about the U. That obvious point has slipped by the pro team trying to suck up to legions of other fans.
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 22, 2011
Jackie Boswell, who kept Seton Keough among the region's most powerful high school girls basketball teams over the past 11 years, is taking over the women's basketball program at Stevenson. Boswell, who was 238-81 in 11 seasons as head coach at Seton Keough, led the Gators to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A championship in 2009. In that year, the team won the ESPNRise National Invitational tournament championship and the prestigious Bishop Walsh tournament and finished ranked No. 12 in the ESPN Rise Girls Basketball rankings.
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June 8, 2011
Reservoir High School graduated yet another class of outstanding students. The Reservoir principal's Golden Gators went to: Bailey Clarke, Kathryn Gaverth, Russell Grumbine, Liz Lee, Evan Miller, Linda Nguyen, Deven Powell, Ethan Spangler, Kim Stewart, Jonathan Terry and Brandon Williams . The School Service awards went to Ryan Sabot and Deven Powell . The Outstanding Senior awards went to Patrick Grover and Ryan Dorson ...
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By Andrew Conrad, Howard County Times | May 20, 2011
Reservoir's best baseball season in school history is now over. The Gators' 21-game unbeaten streak ended Friday afternoon against visiting Atholton, 7-4, in a 3A East regional semifinal. "It's a sad day and it stinks that we're not moving on, but we've got nothing to hang our heads about," Reservoir coach Adam Leader said. "I remember when I played and it was my last game, and I didn't want to go home. It still stings … but we've got a banner up in the school that's going to be up forever, and they can bring their grandchildren here to see it. " Reservoir won its first county and District V championships during the campaign, which included a 2-1 win over the Raiders on April 15. But it is the Raiders who will be traveling to top-seeded J.M. Bennett on Saturday to play for the regional championship at 1 p.m. J.M. Bennett earned the top seed over Reservoir on a coin flip.
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By Andrew Conrad, Howard County Times | May 11, 2011
Lee Lawler pitched two innings of scoreless relief and scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th inning to lift Reservoir to a 5-4 win over Chesapeake-Anne Arundel on Wednesday night in the District V title game at Hanover's Joe Cannon Stadium. Before the beginning of the 10th, athletics and activities managers from each county decided that the game would end after the inning, regardless of the score, out of consideration for the young athletes. Lawler struck out four without allowing a base runner to earn the win for the Gators (17-0, 20-0)
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