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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 15, 1995
He has already dazed Calvert Hall with a two-handed stuff and overpowered Southwestern for three straight rebounds before scoring in a scrimmage.Soon the nicknames will be coming for Arundel's explosive 6-foot-1 junior swingman, Jamell Miller.Like "Jammin' " Jamell for starters.Make no mistake about it, Miller is a talent on the basketball floor.That was obvious fewer than seven minutes into his first game in an Arundel uniform last Friday night against third-ranked Calvert Hall.The Cardinals were throwing a tough pressure defense at Arundel when Miller broke free and took a pass from Darnerian McCants for the two-handed jam that was his first field goal for the Wildcats.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 15, 1995
He has already dazed Calvert Hall with a two-handed stuff and overpowered Southwestern for three straight rebounds before scoring in a scrimmage.Soon the nicknames will be coming for Arundel's explosive 6-foot-1 junior swingman, Jamell Miller.Like "Jammin' " Jamell for starters.Make no mistake about it, Miller is a talent on the basketball floor.That was obvious fewer than seven minutes into his first game in an Arundel uniform last Friday night against third-ranked Calvert Hall.The Cardinals were throwing a tough pressure defense at Arundel when Miller broke free and took a pass from Darnerian McCants for the two-handed jam that was his first field goal for the Wildcats.
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November 7, 1990
TRYOUTS NOV. 10 FOR INDOOR SOCCERThe Brooklyn Park Youth Association will conduct indoor soccer tryouts for boys and girls ages 12 and under at noon Saturday, Nov. 10, at the 10th Avenue Park.The team will compete in the Myers Pavilion League in Baltimore. All interested athletes should wear appropriate attire to the field.Information: Dennis Barnes, 636-2575.YOUTH ASSOCIATION ELECTS NEW OFFICERSThe Brooklyn Park Youth Athletic Association conducted its election of officers and board of directors, and the following officers were elected: president, Lee Godfrey; vice president, Wayne Combs; secretary, Bob Garrison; and treasurer, Nancy Slavin.
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By Pat O'Malley | March 16, 1995
COACH OF THE YEAR* Gerald Moore, Arundel -- The controversial Moore led the Wildcats to their first region title and trip to the Final Four at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House in 20 years."
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | March 4, 1995
The "ghost of Gambrills" might have inspired No. 6 Arundel (21-3) as the Wildcats won their first region title in 20 years, 85-74, over Northern (21-3) of Calvert County.Playing in front of the largest crowd (more than the 1,100 capacity) to watch a basketball game at Arundel, the Wildcats took the 4A East Region over the second-seeded Patriots to earn a trip to Cole Field House. The Wildcats are likely to play Thursday in their first final four since 1975."I took the kids upstairs to the old gym before the game and told zTC them to look around, because this is where Arundel last was a region [1975]
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By Pat O'Malley | March 16, 1995
COACH OF THE YEAR* Gerald Moore, Arundel -- The controversial Moore led the Wildcats to their first region title and trip to the Final Four at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House in 20 years."
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March 21, 2000
Baseball Braves: Announced that P Everett Shull refused assignment to Richmond of the Triple-A International League and has become a free agent. Cubs: Optioned P Micah Bowie, P Scott Downs, P Phil Norton, INF Chad Meyers and INF Julio Zuleta to Triple-A Iowa of the PCL. Mariners: Optioned P Steve Sinclair and P Jordan Zimmerman to Triple-A Tacoma of the PCL. Marlins: Optioned 1B Nate Rolison to Triple-A Calgary of the PCL. Padres: Optioned P Brandon...
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December 20, 2011
The combo guard made a superb debut last week in leading the Millers to wins in their first three games of the season, averaging 21.3 points, eight steals, 7.3 rebounds and five assists. The 5-foot-8 freshman led the Millers (3-0) to a season-opening 77-48 win over Bladensburg in the Gerald Moore Jr. Classic with 27 points, five rebounds and four steals. In a 68-37 win over Southern-AA, White came close to a quadruple double with 19 points, 10 steals, nine rebounds and nine assists. In a 58-36 win over Owings Mills, she had 18 points, 10 steals and eight rebounds.
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June 19, 1991
The Maryland Groove 19-and-under basketball team, featuring five county players, leaves next Wednesday for Jacksonville, Fla., and the AAU Junior Men's National Tournament.The Groove, under the direction of Arundel High coach Gerald Moore, includes seven other players from the Baltimore area. The team qualified for the nationals by winning the Junior Men's Eastern Zone Championships last month at Central Senior High.The championship game of the nationals is July 1."Hopefully, we'll be there," said Moore, who has coached the Groove for four years.
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July 24, 2000
July 17 Moore's Carpet & Decorating, 1206 Market Street, Pocomoke, filed under Chapter 7. Principal: Gerald E. Moore, owner. Assets: $8,200; liabilities: $92,466 July 18 Hari Lucille Buck, 10001 Windstream Drive, Columbia, a self-employed insurance agent, filed under Chapter 13. Assets: $176,700; liabilities: $143,595 GPB Enterprises Inc., 3 West End Ave., Cambridge, t/a McGuigan's Pub & Restaurant and as Madison Bay Restaurant, filed under Chapter 7....
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | March 4, 1995
The "ghost of Gambrills" might have inspired No. 6 Arundel (21-3) as the Wildcats won their first region title in 20 years, 85-74, over Northern (21-3) of Calvert County.Playing in front of the largest crowd (more than the 1,100 capacity) to watch a basketball game at Arundel, the Wildcats took the 4A East Region over the second-seeded Patriots to earn a trip to Cole Field House. The Wildcats are likely to play Thursday in their first final four since 1975."I took the kids upstairs to the old gym before the game and told zTC them to look around, because this is where Arundel last was a region [1975]
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November 7, 1990
TRYOUTS NOV. 10 FOR INDOOR SOCCERThe Brooklyn Park Youth Association will conduct indoor soccer tryouts for boys and girls ages 12 and under at noon Saturday, Nov. 10, at the 10th Avenue Park.The team will compete in the Myers Pavilion League in Baltimore. All interested athletes should wear appropriate attire to the field.Information: Dennis Barnes, 636-2575.YOUTH ASSOCIATION ELECTS NEW OFFICERSThe Brooklyn Park Youth Athletic Association conducted its election of officers and board of directors, and the following officers were elected: president, Lee Godfrey; vice president, Wayne Combs; secretary, Bob Garrison; and treasurer, Nancy Slavin.
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December 5, 1990
Head coach: Gerald Moore (second season)Assistants: Al Pindell and Chet Lipton1989-1990 record: 6-16.Returnees: Seniors Tony Watson (guard), Eric Huntz (guard) and Larry Dobson (forward); juniors Trevelin Queen (forward), Graham Nemie (forward), Desi Lomax (forward) and Craig Dorsey (guard).Newcomers: Juniors Greg Proctor (guard), Matt Simms (guard), Jesse James (forward) and Eric Funk (forward).Coach's outlook: "We don't really have any real weaknesses. We're average all around. I think we have a little more team speed than last year and our strength will be the returning nucleus of juniors that we have coming back.
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By John Harris III and John Harris III,Contributing Writer | March 4, 1994
Juan Johnson's passing, Rodney Watts' rebounding and Ronnie Johnson's scoring enabled No. 3 Annapolis to turn back No. 19 Arundel, 89-77, last night in a Class 4A, East Region semifinal.The win gave the top-seeded Panthers (21-2) the right to play host to the region final against No. 10 Glen Burnie tomorrow at 7 p.m.Juan Johnson did a little bit of everything for the winners, coming off the bench to register 12 points, a game-high eight assists and four rebounds.Watts, a burly 6-foot-5 center, hauled in a game-high 18 rebounds and added 15 points.
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