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October 11, 1991
VS. ST. JOHN'S MAPLE LEAFS* WHEN: Tonight, 7:30.* WHERE: Baltimore Arena.* RADIO: WITH-AM 1230.VS. ADIRONDACK RED WINGS* WHEN: Tomorrow, 7:30.* WHERE: Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls, N.Y.* RADIO: WYST-AM 1010.* OUTLOOK: The Jacks (2-0) will get their first look at the new team from Newfoundland tonight. The Maple Leafs lost their initial game as a franchise, 6-4, Wednesday night in Hershey, but feature a pair of top goalies in Felix Potvin and Damian Rhodes. Also, former Jacks defensemen Rob Mendel and Joel Quenneville (also an assistant coach)
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December 27, 2007
On December 23, 2007, RICHARD H. GOODWIN, SR.; beloved husband of Mary Louise Goodwin (nee Wertz) and devoted father of Dawn & Tom Krol, Desiree & Frank Pilachowski, Richard & Dawn Goodwin, Mary K. and Sam Brown, Leslie & Patrick Mooney, Weldon & Gilda Goodwin and Stephen Goodwin; dear grandfather of Heather & Nick Sarandos, Paige, Sophia & Ricky, Lauren, Melissa, Mary Carol, Sam, Patrick, Joey, Kirby and Cole; loving great-grandfather of Carter Sarandos;...
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December 27, 2007
On December 23, 2007, RICHARD H. GOODWIN, SR.; beloved husband of Mary Louise Goodwin (nee Wertz) and devoted father of Dawn & Tom Krol, Desiree & Frank Pilachowski, Richard & Dawn Goodwin, Mary K. and Sam Brown, Leslie & Patrick Mooney, Weldon & Gilda Goodwin and Stephen Goodwin; dear grandfather of Heather & Nick Sarandos, Paige, Sophia & Ricky, Lauren, Melissa, Mary Carol, Sam, Patrick, Joey, Kirby and Cole; loving great-grandfather of Carter Sarandos;...
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December 27, 2007
Richard Harold Goodwin Sr., a retired deputy United States marshal, died of a heart attack Sunday at his Anneslie home. He was 75. Born in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., he dropped out of high school and worked at racetracks as a hot walker - cooling down horses after runs - and a shoeshine boy. At 17, he left home and joined the Navy. He served for four years before enlisting in the Air Force. He volunteered to go to Vietnam in 1965 in the military police. He moved to Baltimore in 1966. After retiring from the military, he joined Washington Police Department and later became a deputy United States marshal.
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By Greg Brownell and Greg Brownell,Special to The Sun | January 27, 1991
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. -- Glenn Merkosky and Al Conroy scored go-ahead goals, giving the Adirondack Red Wings a 5-4 victory over the Baltimore Skipjacks in American Hockey League action at the Glens Falls Civic Center last night.The Skipjacks have lost four of their past six games. The season series between Adirondack and Baltimore is tied, 2-2.The Skipjacks, who trailed by three goals after Glen Goodall's early third-period score, drew within a goal when Jeff Greenlaw and Thomas Sjogren scored late in the game.
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By Greg Brownell and Greg Brownell,Special to The Sun | December 9, 1990
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. --The Baltimore Skipjacks learned their lesson a week ago. Bruised by a 5-2 loss to Adirondack at home, the Skipjacks came into Glens Falls Civic Center last night and handed the Red Wings a 5-3 loss.Thomas Sjogren scored twice and assisted on a third goal, as Baltimore Skipjacks skated to a 5-3 victory over the Adirondack Red Wings last night, broke a string of seven straight regular-season losses in Glens Falls. The Skipjacks' victory stopped a 10-game Adirondack unbeaten streak, which had been the longest in the American Hockey League.
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By Steve Amedio and Steve Amedio,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 8, 1995
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. -- The fledgling Baltimore Bandits are still looking for the first win in their young franchise's history.The Bandits, who brought the American Hockey League's version of the sport back to Baltimore after a year's absence, dropped a 6-2 decision to the Adirondack Red Wings here last night.A crowd of 3,731 was on hand for the home team's season-opener at the Glens Falls Civic Center.The loss was the second straight for the Bandits, who were beaten 3-1 by expansion-mate Carolina Friday before a crowd of 7,293 at the Baltimore Arena.
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December 27, 2007
Richard Harold Goodwin Sr., a retired deputy United States marshal, died of a heart attack Sunday at his Anneslie home. He was 75. Born in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., he dropped out of high school and worked at racetracks as a hot walker - cooling down horses after runs - and a shoeshine boy. At 17, he left home and joined the Navy. He served for four years before enlisting in the Air Force. He volunteered to go to Vietnam in 1965 in the military police. He moved to Baltimore in 1966. After retiring from the military, he joined Washington Police Department and later became a deputy United States marshal.
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By Bob Croce and Bob Croce,Special to The Sun | October 6, 1991
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. -- Maybe more than just the names have changed for the Baltimore Skipjacks. Maybe the changes, brought about by promotions, demotions and trades, have resulted in a team that can bust an opponent's momentum by answering goals with goals.Maybe this finally will be a team again in search of the Calder Cup.Then, again, maybe it's too early to be considering such %J possibilities.The Skipjacks, now undefeated after two games, held on for a 6-5 American Hockey League victory over the Adirondack Red Wings last night before a season-opening crowd of 3,993 at the Glens Falls Civic Center.
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By Phil Janack and Phil Janack,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 10, 1997
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. -- Sometimes, a team's all isn't enough.The Bandits gave a maximum effort yesterday afternoon, battling back from a three-goal deficit against the Adirondack Red Wings in their AHL game, but they couldn't convert enough of their chances into goals and suffered their 11th one-goal loss of the season, 4-3, at the Glens Falls Civic Center.Corey Spring scored the decisive goal with 4: 18 left in the third period, and Adirondack goaltender Norm Maracle made it stand up with 25 saves as the Red Wings won their third straight game and extended the Bandits' winless streak to four (0-2-2)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | February 27, 2004
Dan Reagan didn't see his game-winning shot go in, but he didn't need to. His teammates hugged him as they helped him off the floor, while the Severna Park fans roared. Reagan knew then that his layup had found the basket with 2.3 seconds remaining. The shot would be the difference in No. 17 Severna Park's 40-38 upset of No. 6 Glen Burnie in the Anne Arundel County boys basketball championship last night at Chesapeake High in Lake Shore. It was Severna Park's first county title. "I didn't see it go in," said Reagan, the Falcons' 5-foot-8 point guard who scored four of his eight points in the fourth quarter.
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March 14, 2003
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November 18, 2001
William E. Doetzer, 58, dentist, Towson native Dr. William E. Doetzer, a dentist and former Towson resident, died Tuesday of cancer at Glens Falls (N.Y.) Hospital. He was 58 and lived in Lake George, N.Y. Dr. Doetzer had been practicing dentistry in Lake George since 1976. Born and raised in Towson, Dr. Doetzer was a 1961 graduate of Loyola Blakefield and earned his bachelor's degree in biology from Marquette University in 1965. He earned his dentistry degree in 1971 from the University of Maryland Dental School.
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By Phil Janack and Phil Janack,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 10, 1997
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. -- Sometimes, a team's all isn't enough.The Bandits gave a maximum effort yesterday afternoon, battling back from a three-goal deficit against the Adirondack Red Wings in their AHL game, but they couldn't convert enough of their chances into goals and suffered their 11th one-goal loss of the season, 4-3, at the Glens Falls Civic Center.Corey Spring scored the decisive goal with 4: 18 left in the third period, and Adirondack goaltender Norm Maracle made it stand up with 25 saves as the Red Wings won their third straight game and extended the Bandits' winless streak to four (0-2-2)
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By Steve Amedio and Steve Amedio,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 8, 1995
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. -- The fledgling Baltimore Bandits are still looking for the first win in their young franchise's history.The Bandits, who brought the American Hockey League's version of the sport back to Baltimore after a year's absence, dropped a 6-2 decision to the Adirondack Red Wings here last night.A crowd of 3,731 was on hand for the home team's season-opener at the Glens Falls Civic Center.The loss was the second straight for the Bandits, who were beaten 3-1 by expansion-mate Carolina Friday before a crowd of 7,293 at the Baltimore Arena.
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By Stanley C. Dillon | February 2, 1992
It takes teamwork to be a winner in auto racing.But it takes time for a team to become cohesive, whether on the NASCAR circuit or a local dirt track.After something of a down year in 1991, members of the 4-year-oldGlen Falls Racing Team think they can field a winner this year. Witha new sponsor and better equipment, they hope to win the late-model track championship at Potomac Speedway in Budds Creek, Charles County.After working together on other cars at various times, members decided to band together to form their own team.
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November 18, 2001
William E. Doetzer, 58, dentist, Towson native Dr. William E. Doetzer, a dentist and former Towson resident, died Tuesday of cancer at Glens Falls (N.Y.) Hospital. He was 58 and lived in Lake George, N.Y. Dr. Doetzer had been practicing dentistry in Lake George since 1976. Born and raised in Towson, Dr. Doetzer was a 1961 graduate of Loyola Blakefield and earned his bachelor's degree in biology from Marquette University in 1965. He earned his dentistry degree in 1971 from the University of Maryland Dental School.
SPORTS
December 25, 1991
Barkley to tell his side of fight storyPhiladelphia 76ers forward Charles Barkley will tell his version of a weekend dispute in which he broke a Milwaukee man's nose before a decision is made on whether to charge him, a prosecutor said yesterday.Barkley, who said he punched the man in self-defense, was not among witnesses to the incident interviewed yesterday by Michael Steinhafel, an assistant district attorney."Before I make an absolute decision, I'd like to hear both sides," Steinhafel said.
SPORTS
December 25, 1991
Barkley to tell his side of fight storyPhiladelphia 76ers forward Charles Barkley will tell his version of a weekend dispute in which he broke a Milwaukee man's nose before a decision is made on whether to charge him, a prosecutor said yesterday.Barkley, who said he punched the man in self-defense, was not among witnesses to the incident interviewed yesterday by Michael Steinhafel, an assistant district attorney."Before I make an absolute decision, I'd like to hear both sides," Steinhafel said.
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October 11, 1991
VS. ST. JOHN'S MAPLE LEAFS* WHEN: Tonight, 7:30.* WHERE: Baltimore Arena.* RADIO: WITH-AM 1230.VS. ADIRONDACK RED WINGS* WHEN: Tomorrow, 7:30.* WHERE: Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls, N.Y.* RADIO: WYST-AM 1010.* OUTLOOK: The Jacks (2-0) will get their first look at the new team from Newfoundland tonight. The Maple Leafs lost their initial game as a franchise, 6-4, Wednesday night in Hershey, but feature a pair of top goalies in Felix Potvin and Damian Rhodes. Also, former Jacks defensemen Rob Mendel and Joel Quenneville (also an assistant coach)
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