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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 26, 1997
River Hill's Holly Gick, aided by a strong defense, held Centennial to one hit and shut out the Eagles for the first time since 1994 in a 2-0 victory yesterday at Centennial.The 14th-ranked Hawks (3-0) had four hits off Emily Hall, two each in the fourth and sixth innings when they scored. But Centennial errors in each of those innings -- with two outs -- allowed River Hill to score.Another Centennial mistake in the bottom of the third severely hurt its chances. Jennifer Crivelli led off for the 13th-ranked Eagles (2-1)
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 1, 1999
A Marriottsville man was killed and two women were injured yesterday in a two-vehicle collision on Route 26 in Sykesville, state police reported.The occupants of a third vehicle that was forced off the road were not injured.State police at the Westminster barracks said Garry Charles Gick, 23, of the 7700 block of Ridge Road was driving a 1994 Ford Escort at a high speed east on Route 26 near Emerald Lane at 1: 54 p.m. when he tried to pass a vehicle in a no-passing zone and collided with a westbound 1997 Honda van.Gick and the van's driver, Kimberly Ann Pelot, 26, of Owings Mills in Baltimore County, were taken by ambulance to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where Gick died shortly after arrival and Pelot was reported in stable condition, police said.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 24, 1998
River Hill pitcher Holly Gick, who hadn't thrown in six days in order to rest her lower back, limited seventh-ranked Glenelg to XTC one run yesterday and the 11th-ranked Hawks cruised to a 9-1 victory in the season opener for both teams at Glenelg.Gick, whose pain was so great last Monday in a scrimmage that she came off the mound crying after four innings, had seven strikeouts -- she fanned the side in the second inning -- and walked one. She allowed five hits, three by former teammate Kristin Hooker.
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By DAN RODRICKS | June 17, 1998
The hunt for river tuna begins at 5:15 in the cool morning darkness, with Richard Gick's 18-year-old Chevy pickup coughing and half-gagging along some back road in Howard County.Gick, a decoy carver and outdoorsman, is all beard and baseball cap behind the steering wheel, kicking the clutch, pulling at the stick shift, talking to his truck, pretty much telling it to giddyap. We're headed for Triadelphia Reservoir, an impoundment of the Patuxent River along the Howard-Montgomery County line, to harvest some protein for the people who go to Bea Gaddy's emergency food center in East Baltimore.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | May 14, 1998
Senior pitcher Holly Gick threw a no-hitter at 11th-ranked Howard yesterday, leading 10th-ranked River Hill to a 1-0 victory in a Class 2A South region opening-round game in Clarksville.The Hawks rested a short while after their 1 hour, 19 minute victory, then disposed of Central-Prince George's County, 24-2, in a quarterfinal game.River Hill (17-4) will meet the winner of today's game between Centennial at Long Reach tomorrow in a semifinal.Howard (13-6) got the ball out of the infield only once -- leadoff hitter Stacey Swiney was out on a flyball to center field in the first inning.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 1, 1999
A Marriottsville man was killed and two women were injured yesterday in a two-vehicle collision on Route 26 in Sykesville, state police reported.The occupants of a third vehicle that was forced off the road were not injured.State police at the Westminster barracks said Garry Charles Gick, 23, of the 7700 block of Ridge Road was driving a 1994 Ford Escort at a high speed east on Route 26 near Emerald Lane at 1: 54 p.m. when he tried to pass a vehicle in a no-passing zone and collided with a westbound 1997 Honda van.Gick and the van's driver, Kimberly Ann Pelot, 26, of Owings Mills in Baltimore County, were taken by ambulance to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where Gick died shortly after arrival and Pelot was reported in stable condition, police said.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | April 10, 1997
River Hill's Holly Gick struck out five batters in the first inning of yesterday's game at Howard."That was a first," Howard coach Dave Vezzi said. "It was pretty weird."Still, the Lions managed to score two runs in the inning."That's not a good omen," River Hill coach Dave Vitigliano said.He was right. Howard added three more runs in the third and another in the fifth en route to a 6-1 victory. Stacey Swiney led the 11th-ranked Lions (5-1 overall and league) with a double and triple and scored twice.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | April 21, 1998
No. 14-ranked River Hill took advantage of three Glenelg errors and a two-run single by Marni Rosenbaum to score five runs in the fifth, then survived two shaky innings from pitcher Holly Gick to edge the No. 8 Gladiators, 6-5, yesterday at River Hill."
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By DAN RODRICKS | June 17, 1998
The hunt for river tuna begins at 5:15 in the cool morning darkness, with Richard Gick's 18-year-old Chevy pickup coughing and half-gagging along some back road in Howard County.Gick, a decoy carver and outdoorsman, is all beard and baseball cap behind the steering wheel, kicking the clutch, pulling at the stick shift, talking to his truck, pretty much telling it to giddyap. We're headed for Triadelphia Reservoir, an impoundment of the Patuxent River along the Howard-Montgomery County line, to harvest some protein for the people who go to Bea Gaddy's emergency food center in East Baltimore.
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March 31, 1998
Shawn FisherPattersonbaseballFisher batted .600 (six-for-10) with seven runs batted in and six runs scored in the Clippers three wins over Poly, City and Lake Clifton. The senior also threw a complete game five hitter with 13 strikeouts against Poly.Holly GickRiver HillsoftballGick allowed three earned runs and 22 hits in 24 innings pitched in four victories over Glenelg, Long Reach, Oakland Mills and Howard. The senior pitcher also recorded 26 strikeouts, including a combined 17 against the Gladiators and Lions.
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By DAN RODRICKS | June 5, 1998
HAIRY MEN making news: Conrad Bladey, TJI's eccentric-of-the-year, will drive his bumper sticker-covered art car, Sticker II, up to Baltimore from Linthicum tomorrow to take part in the Charles Village Celebration Parade. Believe me, you won't miss Conrad, his beard and hair so long and flowing, or his car. Readers of TJI contributed dozens of bumper stickers during the winter, and Conrad used every one of them, in part or whole, to create Sticker II out of a 1989 Dodge Shadow. You won't see the Shadow.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | May 14, 1998
Senior pitcher Holly Gick threw a no-hitter at 11th-ranked Howard yesterday, leading 10th-ranked River Hill to a 1-0 victory in a Class 2A South region opening-round game in Clarksville.The Hawks rested a short while after their 1 hour, 19 minute victory, then disposed of Central-Prince George's County, 24-2, in a quarterfinal game.River Hill (17-4) will meet the winner of today's game between Centennial at Long Reach tomorrow in a semifinal.Howard (13-6) got the ball out of the infield only once -- leadoff hitter Stacey Swiney was out on a flyball to center field in the first inning.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | April 21, 1998
No. 14-ranked River Hill took advantage of three Glenelg errors and a two-run single by Marni Rosenbaum to score five runs in the fifth, then survived two shaky innings from pitcher Holly Gick to edge the No. 8 Gladiators, 6-5, yesterday at River Hill."
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1998
Centennial tied the game in the sixth inning, then got a two-out, bases-loaded single from Angela Strittmatter in the seventh to defeat No. 8 River Hill, 2-1, yesterday in an errorless Howard County league game at Centennial.The victory creates a six-way tie for first place in the league. No. 15 Centennial, No. 12 Glenelg, No. 9 Howard, River Hill, Long Reach and Wilde Lake all have 5-2 records with two games remaining before the halfway point.Centennial freshman pitcher Amanda Hall, who gave up nine hits Thursday in an 8-4 loss at Wilde Lake, was solid and got excellent support from her defense.
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March 31, 1998
Shawn FisherPattersonbaseballFisher batted .600 (six-for-10) with seven runs batted in and six runs scored in the Clippers three wins over Poly, City and Lake Clifton. The senior also threw a complete game five hitter with 13 strikeouts against Poly.Holly GickRiver HillsoftballGick allowed three earned runs and 22 hits in 24 innings pitched in four victories over Glenelg, Long Reach, Oakland Mills and Howard. The senior pitcher also recorded 26 strikeouts, including a combined 17 against the Gladiators and Lions.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 24, 1998
River Hill pitcher Holly Gick, who hadn't thrown in six days in order to rest her lower back, limited seventh-ranked Glenelg to XTC one run yesterday and the 11th-ranked Hawks cruised to a 9-1 victory in the season opener for both teams at Glenelg.Gick, whose pain was so great last Monday in a scrimmage that she came off the mound crying after four innings, had seven strikeouts -- she fanned the side in the second inning -- and walked one. She allowed five hits, three by former teammate Kristin Hooker.
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September 1, 1991
Coach: Don Van Deusen, 18th year1990 record: 3-7Returnees: Seniors Brian Gick (WR/DB), Brian Smith (WR/LB), BrianVan Deusen (QB/DB), Bryan Egolf (QB/DB), Tony Zancan (RB/LB), Brian Hannah (RB/LB), Jeff Burdick (C/DT), David Keyser (T/DT), Eugene Miller (T/DT), Brandon Miller (G/DE), Geoff Martiny (T/DT).Newcomers to watch: Senior Tommy Nekouei (T/DT), junior Justin Jones (G/DE), sophomores Carlando Love (RB/LB), Shane Beaver (C/DE).Coach's outlook: "Our line is our weak area, and we're working hard to improve there.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1998
Centennial tied the game in the sixth inning, then got a two-out, bases-loaded single from Angela Strittmatter in the seventh to defeat No. 8 River Hill, 2-1, yesterday in an errorless Howard County league game at Centennial.The victory creates a six-way tie for first place in the league. No. 15 Centennial, No. 12 Glenelg, No. 9 Howard, River Hill, Long Reach and Wilde Lake all have 5-2 records with two games remaining before the halfway point.Centennial freshman pitcher Amanda Hall, who gave up nine hits Thursday in an 8-4 loss at Wilde Lake, was solid and got excellent support from her defense.
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By DAN RODRICKS | June 18, 1997
Sunday night, with a small crowd watching on the sidewalk in front of her dining room for the poor on North Collington Avenue, Bea Gaddy took the heads off with a hacksaw. Then she scaled the three fish -- two 30-pounders and one weighing 20 -- and cleaned the insides. Monday, she put each beast in a pan, draped them in onions, spiced them and slid them under the broiler in her kitchen."We fed 50 people," she says, pleased that everyone seemed to enjoy a late-spring supper of river tuna.Or reservoir tuna.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | April 10, 1997
River Hill's Holly Gick struck out five batters in the first inning of yesterday's game at Howard."That was a first," Howard coach Dave Vezzi said. "It was pretty weird."Still, the Lions managed to score two runs in the inning."That's not a good omen," River Hill coach Dave Vitigliano said.He was right. Howard added three more runs in the third and another in the fifth en route to a 6-1 victory. Stacey Swiney led the 11th-ranked Lions (5-1 overall and league) with a double and triple and scored twice.
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