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The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2013
The second team Alex Hamer, River Hill, forward, junior Clarissa Kirsch-Downs, Arundel, forward, senior Morgan Kontor, Severn, forward, senior Anna Mitchell, Centennial, forward, senior Keri Rager, Reservoir, forward, senior Becky Frost, Arundel, midfielder, senior Angela Kuhn, C. Milton Wright, midfielder, senior Jordan Layfield, Bel Air, midfielder, senior Lauren Spivey, Sparrows Point, midfielder, senior ...
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Sports Digest | December 20, 2013
Et cetera Towson's West, Pike honored by AP Towson running back Terrance West and senior offensive lineman Eric Pike were named to the Associated Press Football Championship Series All-America first team Wednesday. … Johns Hopkins senior Ben Cranston (Loyola) has been named the NCAA Division III Rimington Award winner as the nation's top center. Heis the first Hopkins player to win the award. … Johns Hopkins linebacker John Arena and offensive linemen Armand Jennifer and Cranston, Ben Cranston as well as Joe Rollins , a McDaniel senior, have been named to the All-Eastern College Athletic Conference South All-Star first team.
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November 20, 2008
It's no secret what the key will be for the Severna Park football team to knock off powerful Arundel in tomorrow's Class 4A East regional title game. The No. 13 Falcons must limit a Wildcats offense that appears unstoppable, led by senior quarterback Billy Cosh, who has thrown for a public schools state record 48 touchdowns this season. When asked who has stepped up on defense, Severna Park coach J.P. Hines started rattling off names before saying: "Really, all of them have. It's not a one-man show, not any one individual."
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The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2013
The second team Alex Hamer, River Hill, forward, junior Clarissa Kirsch-Downs, Arundel, forward, senior Morgan Kontor, Severn, forward, senior Anna Mitchell, Centennial, forward, senior Keri Rager, Reservoir, forward, senior Becky Frost, Arundel, midfielder, senior Angela Kuhn, C. Milton Wright, midfielder, senior Jordan Layfield, Bel Air, midfielder, senior Lauren Spivey, Sparrows Point, midfielder, senior ...
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May 20, 2009
Boys Class 3A-2A NO. 9 HEREFORD (18-1) VS. NO. 14 CENTENNIAL (15-3) Time: 6 p.m. Outlook: The defending state champ Bulls have won 15 straight games - including a 15-0 rout of Walkersville in the state semifinals - with aggressive and skilled play at both ends. The attack, led by Sean Konkolics, Rustin Bryant and Nick Pompa, has averaged more than 14 goals. Centennial has an equally impressive attack led by Harrison Chaires, Shane Jaeger and Greg Edmunds. Jaegerand Chaires accounted for 12 goals and three assists in the Eagles' 17-10 semifinal win over Easton.
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January 31, 2012
When: Wednesday, 7:05 p.m. Where: 1st Mariner Arena Video: baltimoreblast/schedule/broadcastschedule Outlook: With seven games left in the regular season, the Blast can clinch the home field in the Major Indoor Soccer League's Eastern Division finals with a victory. If past performances are any indication, the Blast should get the job done. This will mark the third time in a span of less than two weeks the teams have met in Baltimore, and the Blast dominated the first two games.
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By Sports Digest | December 23, 2009
York (Pa.) College senior Jon Ports (McDonogh) was named the NSCAA Division III Men's Soccer Player of the Year after leading the Spartans to a 17-1-5 record. Ports scored seven goals and added nine assists for a team-high 23 points. The three-time first-team All-American and two-time Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Year finished his three-year career with 33 goals, including 12 game-winners, and 35 assists. His 101 points rank third in the program's history. - Glenn Graham D.C. United: Midfielder/forward Chris Pontius has been called up to the U.S. Men's National Team's January training camp in Los Angeles, the U.S. Soccer Federation announced . Pontius will join the U.S. team on Jan. 4 and will remain in camp until the team's friendly against Honduras at the Home Depot Center on Jan. 23. This is the first-ever call-up for United's 22-year-old.
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December 16, 2009
Boys basketball Selby, W. Barton on watch list for national Player of the Year Two area high school boys basketball players made the Naismith Trophy Boys High School Player of the Year watch list, which was announced earlier in the week by the Atlanta Tipoff Club. Lake Clifton senior point guard Josh Selby and former Lake Clifton forward Will Barton, now playing at Brewster Academy in New Hampshire, are two of 10 players in contention for the award. The watch list was compiled by basketball writers from around the country who form the national voting academy.
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By From Sun staff reports | October 15, 2009
Pete Caringi scored the game-winner in the 25th minute on a rebound in front of the box as the host No. 9 Calvert Hall boys soccer team upset top-ranked McDonogh, 1-0, on Wednesday. Caringi took the initial shot, which was blocked by McDonogh keeper Matt Sanchez (three saves). The ball bounced 6 yards out, where Caringi met it and put it back in for the goal. McDonogh (14-2) previously lost to Mount St. Joseph, 2-1, on Oct. 2, the Eagles' first loss in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference in two years.
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October 21, 2009
Girls soccer Comets' Boller moves seamlessly to goalie Going into her final high school soccer season at Catonsville, Emily Boller's plan was to score goals as a returning forward for the No. 13 Comets. As it turns out, she has stopped them instead. When starting goalie Kelli Beard, a junior, dislocated her shoulder in the fourth game, Boller, who hadn't played in goal since her grade-school days, suddenly found herself there. "It was kind of the running joke that she was our backup goalie because we just had one goalkeeper with experience," Catonsville coach James Fitzpatrick said.
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March 16, 2012
1. Calvert Hall Coach: Bryan Kelly Last season: 17-2, ranked No. 2 Postseason: MIAA A Conference finalist Outlook: The Cardinals are loaded with All-Metro talent and depth at every position, making them the clear favorite in the stacked MIAA A Conference. After reaching the title game last year, they'll have experience and motivation on their side as well. 2. Gilman Coach: Brooks Matthews Last season: 13-5, No. 1 Postseason: MIAA A champion Outlook: An inspired senior class led the Greyhounds to the title last season, setting an ideal example of what needs to be done.
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January 31, 2012
When: Wednesday, 7:05 p.m. Where: 1st Mariner Arena Video: baltimoreblast/schedule/broadcastschedule Outlook: With seven games left in the regular season, the Blast can clinch the home field in the Major Indoor Soccer League's Eastern Division finals with a victory. If past performances are any indication, the Blast should get the job done. This will mark the third time in a span of less than two weeks the teams have met in Baltimore, and the Blast dominated the first two games.
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February 4, 2010
Hammond forward Brandon Bjerre is one basketball player who is absolutely, positively making the most of his senior year. At the same time, he's also making up for lost time. After a promising sophomore season in which he averaged nearly 10 points, Bjerre missed his junior season after fracturing his lower back playing in the fall of 2008 - ending up in a full body cast for much of last winter. After extensive rehabilitation - spending countless hours in a swimming pool, the weight room and on the court - Bjerre, 6 feet 4, is back at full speed and the Golden Bears, 13-3 overall and 11-2 in Howard County, are benefiting.
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By Sports Digest | December 23, 2009
York (Pa.) College senior Jon Ports (McDonogh) was named the NSCAA Division III Men's Soccer Player of the Year after leading the Spartans to a 17-1-5 record. Ports scored seven goals and added nine assists for a team-high 23 points. The three-time first-team All-American and two-time Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Year finished his three-year career with 33 goals, including 12 game-winners, and 35 assists. His 101 points rank third in the program's history. - Glenn Graham D.C. United: Midfielder/forward Chris Pontius has been called up to the U.S. Men's National Team's January training camp in Los Angeles, the U.S. Soccer Federation announced . Pontius will join the U.S. team on Jan. 4 and will remain in camp until the team's friendly against Honduras at the Home Depot Center on Jan. 23. This is the first-ever call-up for United's 22-year-old.
NEWS
December 16, 2009
Boys basketball Selby, W. Barton on watch list for national Player of the Year Two area high school boys basketball players made the Naismith Trophy Boys High School Player of the Year watch list, which was announced earlier in the week by the Atlanta Tipoff Club. Lake Clifton senior point guard Josh Selby and former Lake Clifton forward Will Barton, now playing at Brewster Academy in New Hampshire, are two of 10 players in contention for the award. The watch list was compiled by basketball writers from around the country who form the national voting academy.
NEWS
October 21, 2009
Girls soccer Comets' Boller moves seamlessly to goalie Going into her final high school soccer season at Catonsville, Emily Boller's plan was to score goals as a returning forward for the No. 13 Comets. As it turns out, she has stopped them instead. When starting goalie Kelli Beard, a junior, dislocated her shoulder in the fourth game, Boller, who hadn't played in goal since her grade-school days, suddenly found herself there. "It was kind of the running joke that she was our backup goalie because we just had one goalkeeper with experience," Catonsville coach James Fitzpatrick said.
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Sports Digest | December 20, 2013
Et cetera Towson's West, Pike honored by AP Towson running back Terrance West and senior offensive lineman Eric Pike were named to the Associated Press Football Championship Series All-America first team Wednesday. … Johns Hopkins senior Ben Cranston (Loyola) has been named the NCAA Division III Rimington Award winner as the nation's top center. Heis the first Hopkins player to win the award. … Johns Hopkins linebacker John Arena and offensive linemen Armand Jennifer and Cranston, Ben Cranston as well as Joe Rollins , a McDaniel senior, have been named to the All-Eastern College Athletic Conference South All-Star first team.
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February 4, 2010
Hammond forward Brandon Bjerre is one basketball player who is absolutely, positively making the most of his senior year. At the same time, he's also making up for lost time. After a promising sophomore season in which he averaged nearly 10 points, Bjerre missed his junior season after fracturing his lower back playing in the fall of 2008 - ending up in a full body cast for much of last winter. After extensive rehabilitation - spending countless hours in a swimming pool, the weight room and on the court - Bjerre, 6 feet 4, is back at full speed and the Golden Bears, 13-3 overall and 11-2 in Howard County, are benefiting.
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By From Sun staff reports | October 15, 2009
Pete Caringi scored the game-winner in the 25th minute on a rebound in front of the box as the host No. 9 Calvert Hall boys soccer team upset top-ranked McDonogh, 1-0, on Wednesday. Caringi took the initial shot, which was blocked by McDonogh keeper Matt Sanchez (three saves). The ball bounced 6 yards out, where Caringi met it and put it back in for the goal. McDonogh (14-2) previously lost to Mount St. Joseph, 2-1, on Oct. 2, the Eagles' first loss in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference in two years.
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