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By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III and Steven Kivinski and John Harris III,Contributing Writers | November 30, 1992
The Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council Wildcat overwhelmed Davidsonville, 30-7, in the nightcap of the Anne Arundel Youth Football Association championships Saturday at Anne Arundel Community College.The 140-pound county champions finished 11-0."We made it a little tough on ourselves in the first quarter," said coach Mike Vladich.GORC fell behind in the first quarter when Davidsonville quarterback Scott Fulton hit Josh White with a 30-yard touchdown pass.Fulton's one-point conversion pass to Brian Kilpatrick gave the Gators a 7-0 lead with 6:52 remaining in the first quarter.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | March 12, 2008
A three-year varsity starter as a junior, Arundel guard Ashley Davis is second in scoring (13.8) and assists (3.4) for the Class 4A East regional champion Wildcats. Davis and the Wildcats (21-5) play Dulaney (19-3), the North regional champion, at 3 p.m. tomorrow at UMBC in the 4A state semifinals. Arundel last won a state title in 2004. She was an All-County selection in basketball last year after averaging 15 points a game. She also plays volleyball for the Wildcats. Davis, who has a 3.4 grade point average, has two brothers, Tim and Greg Holland, who played football and lacrosse at Arundel.
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By Steven Kivinski and John Harris III and Steven Kivinski and John Harris III,Contributing Writers | November 24, 1992
Terrence Dorsey scored two touchdowns and caught a point-after pass from quarterback Kris Lundborg, as the Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council Wildcats defeated the defending county champion Severn Athletic Club Savages, 21-0, to capture the Chesapeake Division championship and advance to Saturday's 95-pound county title round at Anne Arundel Community College.The Wildcats (11-0) will take on Shady Side (11-0), a 13-12 winner over Davidsonville, at 3 p.m.GORC scored first in the first quarter on a 1-yard run by Norris Roy, who finished with 53 yards on 13 carries.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | November 29, 2006
The Anne Arundel Youth Football Association championships got a boost of atmosphere last weekend, with all seven games held at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. More than 5,000 people attended at least some of the 12 hours of football, a turnout that pleased Joshua Roach, an athletic supervisor for Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks. "It's the whole stadium atmosphere that's nice. It's a big-time college football stadium, and the kids really liked it. There was positive response from parents, players and coaches."
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | November 29, 2006
The Anne Arundel Youth Football Association championships got a boost of atmosphere last weekend, with all seven games held at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. More than 5,000 people attended at least some of the 12 hours of football, a turnout that pleased Joshua Roach, an athletic supervisor for Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks. "It's the whole stadium atmosphere that's nice. It's a big-time college football stadium, and the kids really liked it. There was positive response from parents, players and coaches."
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November 12, 1992
Anne Arundel County Youth Football Association All games Saturday PATUXENT DIVISION 75 poundsPAL (6-3) at Cape St. Claire (7-2), 11UYC (5-4) at Davidsonville (9-0), 12:3095 poundsDavidsonville (8-1) at Crusaders (7-2), 10Severna Park (6-3) at Shady Side (9-0), 1:30115 poundsCrofton (8-1) at PAL (7-2), 3:30Shady Side (5-4) at Severna Park (9-1), 4140 poundsCrofton (5-4) at Davidsonville (9-0), 2UYC (7-2) at Severna Park (7-2), 6CHESAPEAKE DIVISION 75 poundsPasadena (5-3) at Fort Meade (7-1)
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By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 30, 2005
Everything turned out nicely for the Anne Arundel Youth Football Association on its championship day. The weather was good, it got some timely help from Arundel High School, and the football games were competitive. The association ended its season last weekend with teams in all seven weight classes capping perfect seasons with wins in their championship games at Arundel High. The championship day featured games in each of the weight classes, starting at 9 a.m. Saturday and ending about 10 p.m. In the past, games were often held at Anne Arundel Community College, but scheduling conflicts forced the league to ask the high school to use its field.
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By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | September 16, 1993
Football* 140-pounders -- Sean Williams' 2-yard touchdown run with no time left tied the game and Tim Wilburn's pass to Kiki Ellis for the point-after gave the Andover Apaches a 7-6 win over the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels, in last weekend's Anne Arundel County Youth Football League season-opener for both squads.The Apaches' defense, which stopped the Rebels three times inside the 10-yard-line, was led by middle linebacker David Kessler (10 tackles), safety Shawn Gaither (seven tackles), middle linebacker Sean Williams (six tackles)
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By Vicki Wellford | July 15, 1992
The West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce recently awarded its $500 Vocational Trade Scholarship to Michael Deschenes. Mr. Deschenes has participated in a pre-engineering technology class and will major in pre-engineering at Anne Arundel Community College. As a high school student, he was a math tutor, drama aide, assistant scoutmaster and member of the All-County Orchestra. He studied computer programming in the AACC evening program and is considering the military for educational opportunities.
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By Vicki Wellford and Vicki Wellford,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 10, 1997
THE ODENTON KIWANIS Club recently held its annual awards ceremony, recognizing students in area schools for academic excellence, civic responsibility, community involvement, school involvement and support for their families.All were nominated by their schools, then selected by a Kiwanis committee. The winners all receive a bronze medal and certificate from Del. Robert C. Baldwin, a Crownsville Republican. The first-place winners also received savings bonds. They were:From Odenton Elementary -- first, Kristina Price; second, Rebecca Yates; and third, Lauren Steinheiser.
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By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 30, 2005
Everything turned out nicely for the Anne Arundel Youth Football Association on its championship day. The weather was good, it got some timely help from Arundel High School, and the football games were competitive. The association ended its season last weekend with teams in all seven weight classes capping perfect seasons with wins in their championship games at Arundel High. The championship day featured games in each of the weight classes, starting at 9 a.m. Saturday and ending about 10 p.m. In the past, games were often held at Anne Arundel Community College, but scheduling conflicts forced the league to ask the high school to use its field.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | February 25, 2000
Maryland Department of the Environment officials were poring over reams of documents, maps and testimony yesterday that came out of a three-hour meeting during which Gambrills and Odenton residents demanded that they deny a local landfill owner permission to open a new facility on his property. At a public hearing that drew nearly 500 residents into a crowded elementary school cafeteria, neighbors noted a history of environmental citations, zoning problems and allegations of recently discovered illegal dumping to support their case.
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By Vicki Wellford and Vicki Wellford,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 10, 1997
THE ODENTON KIWANIS Club recently held its annual awards ceremony, recognizing students in area schools for academic excellence, civic responsibility, community involvement, school involvement and support for their families.All were nominated by their schools, then selected by a Kiwanis committee. The winners all receive a bronze medal and certificate from Del. Robert C. Baldwin, a Crownsville Republican. The first-place winners also received savings bonds. They were:From Odenton Elementary -- first, Kristina Price; second, Rebecca Yates; and third, Lauren Steinheiser.
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By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | November 23, 1993
Football* 90-pounders -- Jimmy Richardson --ed 95 yards on a reverse with 24 seconds left in regulation to enable the Andover Archers (11-0) to nip the Pasadena Chargers, 18-15.The Chargers (8-3) had a chance to put the game away with less than two minutes left, but were stopped by the Archers' defense on a fourth-and-one inside the Andover 10-yard line.Eric Pinkney caught a 50-yard touchdown pass and returned a kickoff 60 yards to lead the Archers' offense. The Chesapeake Division champs will take on Shadyside for the county championship at Anne Arundel Community College on Saturday.
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By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | November 9, 1993
Football75-pounders -- The Andover Archers used a two-touchdown fourth-quarter spurt to pull away from the Severn Savages, 27-6, in Saturday's Chesapeake League contest.With Andover leading 14-6, Cory Murphy scored on an 8-yard run for a 20-6 lead. T. J. Himmel passed to Ryan Doggett for the extra point. Jason Volker ran 12 yards to give Andover its final six points.Darius Johnson's 8-yard burst coupled with Brad Holbrook's extra-point run gave Andover a 7-0 first-quarter advantage. Following a touchdown by Severn minutes later, Murphy returned the Savages' kick 60 yards for a touchdown.
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By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | November 2, 1993
Football* 105-pounders -- Andover improved its record to 3-5 by edging the East Glen Burnie Warriors (1-7), 9-0, on Saturday afternoon.Jack Hollman scored the game's only touchdown in the first period on a 15-yard run. Quarterback Rick Dixon ran for the extra point to give the visitors a 7-0 lead.the second quarter, Lee Ashburn's sack in the end zone enabled the Apaches to take a 9-0 lead. Joey Bartlinski, Steve Clark, Charles Gaither, Bryan Boushell, Mike White, Joe Sawicki, Craig Rhodes, Jason Brown and Boe Hann played outstanding on both sides of the ball.
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By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | November 2, 1993
Football* 105-pounders -- Andover improved its record to 3-5 by edging the East Glen Burnie Warriors (1-7), 9-0, on Saturday afternoon.Jack Hollman scored the game's only touchdown in the first period on a 15-yard run. Quarterback Rick Dixon ran for the extra point to give the visitors a 7-0 lead.the second quarter, Lee Ashburn's sack in the end zone enabled the Apaches to take a 9-0 lead. Joey Bartlinski, Steve Clark, Charles Gaither, Bryan Boushell, Mike White, Joe Sawicki, Craig Rhodes, Jason Brown and Boe Hann played outstanding on both sides of the ball.
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By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | November 23, 1993
Football* 90-pounders -- Jimmy Richardson --ed 95 yards on a reverse with 24 seconds left in regulation to enable the Andover Archers (11-0) to nip the Pasadena Chargers, 18-15.The Chargers (8-3) had a chance to put the game away with less than two minutes left, but were stopped by the Archers' defense on a fourth-and-one inside the Andover 10-yard line.Eric Pinkney caught a 50-yard touchdown pass and returned a kickoff 60 yards to lead the Archers' offense. The Chesapeake Division champs will take on Shadyside for the county championship at Anne Arundel Community College on Saturday.
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By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | October 26, 1993
Football* 75-pounders -- Eddie Dolch carried the ball nine times for 161 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Buccaneers to a 32-6 win Saturday over the Anne Arundel Gridiron Rebels.Dolch began his scoring binge in the first quarter when he found the end zone from 3 yards away. Dolch added two more scores in the second quarter on runs of 32 and 50 yards, giving the Bucs an 18-0 halftime lead.Tevon Johnson opened the second-half scoring on a 22-yard run, and Britt Mitchell scored a few moments later on a 3-yard plunge up the middle.
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By John Harris III and Steven Kivinski | September 23, 1993
Football* 75-pounders -- Drew Ward scored two touchdowns and rushed for 62 yards on four carries as the Buccaneers trouncedMaryland City, 35-0, last Saturday.Britt Mitchell opened the scoring for the Bucs when he scampered in from 6 yards out. Mitchell then added the two-point kick to give his squad an 8-0 lead.Eddie Dolch scored next for the Bucs on a 25-yard run. Mitchell's kick again was good and the Bucs led 16-0.Ward's first touchdown run came from 35 yards out in the second quarter.
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