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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | January 10, 1993
For the Hammond wrestling team, yesterday was nearly perfect. For Liberty, however, it was something less than that.Hammond, in a tri-meet at Liberty, dominated in a 42-13 victory over Chopticon and a 49-13 triumph over Liberty. The Lions, however, struggled, falling to Chopticon, 56-17, in addition to their loss to the Golden Bears.The Golden Bears exacted a measure of revenge in the two victories. Liberty edged Hammond, 30-27, earlier this season, and Chopticon handed the Golden Bears (4-1)
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From Sun staff reports | May 5, 2014
Alexis Lyttle had 11 strikeouts as No. 9 North Harford (13-4) shut out Havre de Grace, 7-0, in Harford County softball Monday. The visiting Hawks were led by Julianne Caughron ,who went 3-for-4 with a home run. In addition, Kaitlin Horsey and Krista Hiser both were 3-for-4 at the plate. No. 14 Bel Air 8, Harford Tech 0: Also in Harford County action, Rayn Gibson was the winning pitcher, giving up four hits and striking out eight. Atholton 9, Marriotts Ridge 0: Pitcher Alex Herschman earned her ninth win of the season, allowing two hits and recording nine strikeouts as the Raiders beat the host Mustangs in Howard County league action.
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Staff Writer | March 14, 1992
As a member of the Hammond team that suffered through a one-win season in 1989-90, junior Kristen Moraz said she never dreamed the Golden Bears would be playing in the state semifinals two years later."
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2013
In the aftermath of No. 5 seed Maryland's 1-0 win against No. 12 seed UC-Irvine in a third-round game of the NCAA men's soccer tournament on Sunday night, several Terps were asked about Saturday's quarterfinal meeting with No. 4 seed California. A Cheshire-like grin crossed the face of senior forward Patrick Mullins before he answered. “This is exactly what we wanted,” he said. “That's what we said after the game in our hotel room,” freshman goalkeeper Zack Steffen chimed in. “We wanted them at the end of the year, and now we've got them.” Giving some bulletin-board material to a Golden Bears squad that went 14-4-2 might be a recipe for disaster, but Maryland (15-5-3)
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | November 5, 1998
Hammond needed two days and a penalty-kick shootout but defeated stubborn Oakland Mills, 3-2, in a Class 1A South region quarterfinal yesterday at Hammond.The seventh-ranked Golden Bears (13-1-1) made seven of 10 penalty kicks against Oakland Mills goalkeeper Nicole Petro. The Scorpions (5-10) put four past Hammond keeper Lindsey Mitchell.Hammond will play at Glenelg at 2 p.m. Saturday in a region semifinal game. Hammond beat Glenelg, 1-0, in overtime at Glenelg on Sept. 25.In yesterday's shootout, Hammond scored on six of its first seven shots.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | September 13, 1998
Hammond's girls soccer team remained unbeaten and unscored upon thanks to yesterday's 4-0 victory over McDonough of Charles County in the championship of the Atholton Tournament."
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By Gary Lambrecht | March 11, 1992
When the girls basketball season began, Hammond coach Joe Russo probably didn't envision a flood of congratulatory phone calls in March, especially the ones he received from strangers.But after you dethrone a dynasty like Mount Hebron in the biggest game in your program's history, you probably should expect an unusual reaction."People I don't even know have been congratulating me," said Russo on Sunday, still savoring his Golden Bears' 52-43 victory at Hebronin Friday night's Class 2A Region II championship game.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | December 29, 1991
Andrew Tetteh admits with a hint of reluctance that the spotlight ison him.Tetteh says he understands Hammond boys basketball coach Jack Burke, who has stated more than once that the young Golden Bearsultimately will go as far as Tetteh takes them."
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 17, 1992
Hammond's volleyball team has completed a 10-6 season, which included its second straight trip to the regional playoffs. How would the Golden Bears have fared without junior Sonia Keiner?"
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By KEVIN ECK and KEVIN ECK,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 22, 1996
Crystal Todd scored a game high 23 points and Rene Hines added 17 to lead No. 5 Hammond (5-1 ) to a 63-43 victory over Mount de Sales (5-4) in the Western Christmas Tournament's semifinals last night.The Golden Bears will meet No. 12 Gwynn Lake, a 64-49 winner over No. 14 Western, for the championship at 6 p.m. tomorrow.The Golden Bears led, 33-19, at the half, and their starting front line of Todd (6-1), Hines (6-1) and Nicole Owe (6-2) was too much for the smaller Sailors.Pub Date: 12/22/96
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From Sun staff reports | November 10, 2013
LaQuinton Ross logged his first career double double with 14 points and a game-high 11 rebounds as No. 11 Ohio State beat visiting Morgan State, 89-50, on Saturday. Lenzelle Smith Jr. added a game-high 18 points and nine rebounds for Ohio State (1-0), which outrebounded Morgan State 55-34. Shannon Scott chipped in a career-high 16 points and seven assists. Returning leading scorer Justin Black paced the Bears (0-1) with 13 points on just 6-for-19 shooting. Ian Chiles scored 12 on 5-for-6 shooting while Anthony Hubbard had 11. Scott made three 3-pointers in the first 2:03 as Ohio State ran out to an 11-2 lead.
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By Brandon Hopp, Baltimore Sun Media Group | April 18, 2013
Each time Howard's Cody Ford steps onto the field, he is expected to score. The man-up specialist for the Lions took full advantage of his limited minutes on Wednesday. The junior attackman scored four times, including the game-winning goal in overtime, propelling Howard to an 8-7 victory over host Marriotts Ridge in a pivotal Howard County lacrosse matchup. The Lions improved to 7-1 overall and 4-1 in the league, while the Mustangs dropped to 5-3 and 3-3. Senior Sam Hebner scored four goals for Marriotts Ridge, which was coming off a heartbreaking 7-6 loss in triple overtime to Reservoir last Friday.
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By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2011
The No. 7 Atholton boys and Hammond's girls took different paths to similar rewards at Friday night's Howard County indoor track championships at the Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex. Atholton won five times and had little trouble defending its team title. The Raiders scored points in each of the 15 events and posted 119 points for an easy victory over No. 9 Reservoir (74). Hammond won just twice, but the Golden Bears posted a number of top-three finishes as they scored 93 points to hold off late-charging No. 3 River Hill (83)
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By Andrew Conrad, Columbia Flier | November 13, 2010
Hammond had to wait 25 years between playoff games. It won't have to wait nearly as long for the next one. After defeating visiting Southern of Anne Arundel, 26-21, on Friday night on a last-second touchdown run by sophomore Dionte Jones, the Golden Bears (10-1) will visit top seed McDonough (10-1) on Friday for the Class 2A South regional championship. Friday's win was the first playoff victory in school history for Hammond, which clinched a share of its first county title last week.
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By Colin Stevens, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2010
After 51/2 innings Tuesday night, No. 3 Hammond held a 4-2 edge over North Hagerstown. But eight runs in the bottom of the sixth gave the Hubs a commanding lead, propelling them to a 10-4 victory in the state Class 2A baseball semifinals at Arundel High. Things fell apart for the Golden Bears (21-3) after coach Michael Lerner pulled senior starting pitcher Danny Wissmann with one out and two men on in the sixth. Lerner said he and his coaching staff made the move because Wissmann was struggling to find the strike zone after throwing 122 pitches.
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May 5, 2010
The senior pitcher-third baseman led the Golden Bears (15-1) to a 4-0 week with strong pitching and fine work at the plate. Clark, who maintains a 3.15 grade-point average and has accepted a scholarship to play at South Carolina-Aiken, earned the save in Hammond's 8-4 win over River Hill on Thursday and was the winning pitcher as a starter the following day in a 14-6 victory over Mount Hebron. For the week, which also included wins against Howard and Wilde Lake, Clark went 6-for-12 with three homers, nine RBIs and three walks.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | May 13, 1997
Hammond coach Gay Petrlik said before the season that this year's team "looks like the best we've ever had."Considering the Golden Bears are one win away from the state semifinals, she may be right.Hammond got three goals from Lauren Traber, two from Amanda Almon, and a solid team defensive effort led by goalie Katie Reytar to defeat Oakland Mills, 8-6, yesterday in a Class 1A/2A West region semifinal at Oakland Mills.The Golden Bears (7-7) will play at 3: 45 p.m. at Glenelg, an 8-5 winner yesterday over River Hill, in their first regional final appearance.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 17, 1996
Hammond senior forward Rene Hines said the No. 5 Golden Bears may have been a little apprehensive going into last night's game at No. 13 South Carroll.Her team had lost to Howard by three on Friday, the same team which South Carroll beat by 17 a few days before that.So Hines took matters into her own hands in the first half last night and her teammates followed her lead with a strong second half to provide Hammond with a 47-33 win over the Cavaliers in Winfield.It was the third ranked team the Golden Bears (3-1)
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By Justin Cherot and The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2010
With his team down 4-0 against No. 3 Hammond, Atholton coach Kevin Kelly pulled starter Jamie Williams in the third inning, assigned him to left field and whispered in his ear as he took the game ball. "Keep your head in the game," Kelly said. "You're going to have a chance to win it for us in the end." Kelly's encouragement proved prophetic as Williams doubled home the go-ahead run, completing the comeback and propelling the No. 6 Raiders (9-1) to a 6-5 victory over the previously unbeaten Golden Bears on Friday at Atholton.
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By Rich Scherr and SPECIAL TO THE BALTIMORE SUN | March 8, 2010
With the No. 1 ranking in Division III presumably at stake Sunday, Stevenson at times found its own exuberance as big an obstacle as opposing Western New England. Once the second-ranked Mustangs began to settle down, however, the 16th-ranked Golden Bears didn't stand a chance. With their lead cut to one shortly after halftime, the hosts regrouped to reel off six straight goals, building a commanding lead on their way to an 11-5 win. "We really gave them chances when we should have been burying them," said Mustangs coach Paul Cantabene, whose team struggled to clear the ball early.
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