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By Tom Worgo and Tom Worgo,Contributing Writer | January 8, 1993
The Annapolis Area Christian School survived its first game Tuesday without the county's leading scorer, Greg Raspa, defeating Southern Maryland Christian Academy by 15 points.But the Eagles (4-3) couldn't get by undefeated Granite Baptist (5-0) last night without their star center, dropping a 57-33 decision."It [Raspa's absence] takes away most of rebounding, shot-blocking and a ton of our scoring," AACS coach Scott Gilman said. "When he's healthy, he can carry us offensively. And he makes up for a lot of the sins we commit defensively."
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From Sun staff reports | December 8, 2011
W.E.B. DuBois' game plan Thursday was to slow No. 7 Lake Clifton. It didn't work, however, as the Lakers rolled to a 61-28 victory. Kevin Carr finished with 12 points and 12 rebounds to lead the host Lakers (2-0). Douglass 78, Reginald F. Lewis 53: The visiting Ducks (2-0) used six 3-pointers to outdistance the Falcons (1-2). Granite Baptist 47, Arlington Baptist 29: Kyle Oserraos scored 13 points to lead the visiting Braves (5-0). Masonville Cove 87, Cristo Rey Jesuit 69: Antoine Montgomery, Steven Chiamilio and DaQuan Caver each scored 13 points as the Bayhawks (2-0)
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By Steven Kivinski PTC and Steven Kivinski PTC,Contributing Writer | December 14, 1993
The boys basketball programs at Annapolis Area Christian School, Granite Baptist and Key School aren't undergoing any major reconstruction this season, but their coaches say their teams will endure some sort of rebuilding process.Granite Baptist first-year coach Keith Conley, who is taking over the head coaching job for Rick Scarfi, says his team is in "somewhat of a rebuilding stage" after losing its leading scorer and top rebounder from last year's club that went 17-4 and won the six-team Potomac Athletic Christian Conference championship.
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By From Sun staff reports | February 25, 2011
Kameron Williams had 23 points as No. 9 Mount St. Joseph (21-9) advanced to the Baltimore Catholic League semifinals with a 56-45 victory over Archbishop Spalding on Thursday night at Calvert Hall. The game was tied in the third quarter, but Mount St. Joe's pulled away late in the fourth by converting chances at the free-throw line. Williams went 4-for-4 in the fourth quarter from the line, and Davin Stephenson was 4-for-7. Senior Erik Fisher had 21 points for the Cavaliers (11-18)
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | January 26, 1992
Whenever Granite Baptist basketball coach Rick Scarfi talks about his players, he starts Baab-ling.Senior forward Jason Baab.Junior forward Shad Baab.Freshman guard Ben Baab."It's nice to coach when you get brothers who are all good and all competitive," says Scarfi, also the athletic director.The brothers have already left a lasting impression at the Glen Burnie Christian school asthree-sport standouts and honor roll students.Playing inside a newly constructed gymnasium, the Baabs have helped the basketball teamto a 7-2 record, better than expected after graduation and transferstook its toll on the thin roster.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | September 20, 1991
Quick, name the county varsity boys soccer team with the most wins this season.If you said Severna Park, you're automatically disqualified for choosing the obvious answer.And the wrong one.Granite Baptist of Glen Burnie raised its victory total to five yesterday in typically quiet fashion, defeating Clinton Christian School of Prince George's County, 7-0.The Braves have gone 5-1 while competing in relative anonymity, also known as the Chesapeake Christian Athletic Conference. Their only loss occurred Monday at Shenandoah Valley, 3-2, in a shootout, though they controlled play during regulation and held a 25-6 advantage in shots.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | December 2, 2010
THURSDAY FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS (at M&T Bank Stadium) CLASS 3A No. 8 Wilde Lake 21, No. 6 Franklin 14 BOYS BASKETBALL Annapolis Area Christian School 61, Severn 42 Granite Baptist 55, Mount Airy Christian 54
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By From Staff Reports | January 25, 1994
Senior forward Jason Bandy led all scorers with 23 as visiting Dundalk defeated winless Parkville, 58-41, in a Baltimore County 3A-4A boys basketball league game yesterday. The Owls came back from a 12-9 first-period deficit to take a 25-16 halftime lead.* Eastern Tech 55, Boys' Latin 53: Junior forward Keith Allen had 13 points as Eastern Tech edged host Boys' Latin in a nonconference game. The Mavericks outscored the Lakers 12-4 in the fourth quarter to pull out the win.* Pikesville 65, Chesapeake-BC 41: Junior guard Steve Grossblatt senior forward Josh Katz each scored 11 as visiting Pikesville dropped Chesapeake-Baltimore County in a Baltimore County 1A-2A league game.
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December 1, 2007
Baseball CARDINALS -- Agreed to one-year contract with IF Cesar Izturis. NATIONALS -- Traded C Brian Schneider and OF Ryan Church to Mets for OF Lastings Milledge. PIRATES -- Named Lou Frazier first base coach. RAYS -- Agreed to two-year contract with P Troy Percival. ROCKIES -- Agreed to terms with P Matt Herges. TIGERS -- Agreed to one-year contracts with P Kenny Rogers and P Francisco Cruceta. Designated 1B Chris Shelton and OF Timo Perez for assignment. Colleges OKLAHOMA STATE -- Signed football coach Mike Gundy to one-year contract extension through 2013.
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By John Harris III and John Harris III,Contributing Writer | December 11, 1992
You would think Annapolis Area Christian School girl basketball coach Lori Ebels would be pessimistic after losing seven seniors to graduation from a 9-7 team.She admits that her team is inexperienced, and it isn't real big, but the third-year coach won't use any of these facts for excuses."Our youth is both our strong point and our weak point. We're very young, but we have some good ballplayers; we just have to come together by the second part of the season," said Ebels, whose team finished second in the six-team Christian School Athletic Association last season.
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By From Sun staff reports | February 25, 2011
It took overtime to decide whether Calvert Hall or Loyola would advance to Sunday's Baltimore Catholic League semifinal at Loyola University. In a game where the lead rarely grew beyond two possessions for both teams, the Cardinals' (15-14) tough man-to-man defense limited the Dons to three points in the overtime as Calvert Hall won, 52-49, Friday. Loyola (9-18) jumped out to an early lead but Calvert Hall led by seven in the second quarter. The second half was more back and forth with Calvert Hall tying the score at 46-46 with 10 seconds left to force the overtime.
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By From Sun staff reports | December 7, 2010
Mitch Cross led all scorers with 11 points as host Loyola beat Cristo Rey Jesuit, 56-28, Tuesday. The Dons (3-0), shot just 9-for-30 from the foul line; the Hornets were 6-for-25. The Dons have outscored opponents 159-113 during their three-game winning streak to start the season. Old Mill 84, Howard 62: Eric Savage had a game-high 20 points and Gavin Salmond had 19 to lead the host Patriots (1-0) past the Lions (0-1). Old Mill led by nine after the first quarter.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | December 2, 2010
THURSDAY FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS (at M&T Bank Stadium) CLASS 3A No. 8 Wilde Lake 21, No. 6 Franklin 14 BOYS BASKETBALL Annapolis Area Christian School 61, Severn 42 Granite Baptist 55, Mount Airy Christian 54
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December 1, 2007
Baseball CARDINALS -- Agreed to one-year contract with IF Cesar Izturis. NATIONALS -- Traded C Brian Schneider and OF Ryan Church to Mets for OF Lastings Milledge. PIRATES -- Named Lou Frazier first base coach. RAYS -- Agreed to two-year contract with P Troy Percival. ROCKIES -- Agreed to terms with P Matt Herges. TIGERS -- Agreed to one-year contracts with P Kenny Rogers and P Francisco Cruceta. Designated 1B Chris Shelton and OF Timo Perez for assignment. Colleges OKLAHOMA STATE -- Signed football coach Mike Gundy to one-year contract extension through 2013.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | January 22, 1999
Carroll Christian, burned by a 31-point show from Granite Baptist senior Alana Stubbs last month, made sure it did not happen again.The Patriots (8-3), with an effective double-team on Stubbs, ran off 13 successive points in less than three minutes midway of the first half, and went on to beat the visiting Braves (4-6) last night, 47-29.Carroll Christian, using a box-and-one on Stubbs, had lost the earlier meeting in Glen Burnie, 50-44.Aside from the Patriots' brief scoring flurry, the rustiness of both teams was obvious.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | January 15, 1997
There are no secrets.The Carroll Christian Patriots are going to go play relentless, scrappy defense. They are going to fire away plenty from the outside. And they are going to go nine or 10 deep, challenging opposing teams to keep up.Beating them is easier said than done.Granite Baptist was the latest team to find that out.Carroll Christian, giving up a couple of inches down low, kept a quick pace to run past Granite, 57-47, in a key Potomac Christian Athletic Conference game last night in Westminster.
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By From Staff Reports | February 18, 1995
Janika Conley scored 20 points to lead third-ranked Lake Clifton (15-2) to a victory over host Walbrook, 55-51, in a 4A City league girls basketball game yesterday. Natisha Ferguson added 13 points.Danielle Turner scored 21 points for the Warriors (7-10). The Lakers missed 13 of 24 free throws.* Western 70, Southwestern 28: Chanel Wright scored 22 to pace top-ranked Western past host Southwestern. Shayla Parker led Southwestern with 13.Western (21-0) took an early 23-4 lead en route to the win.* Arundel 67, Glen Burnie 25: Junior forward Chavonne Hammond scored 21 points to lead No. 8 Arundel (20-0)
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By From Staff Reports | February 18, 1995
Janika Conley scored 20 points to lead third-ranked Lake Clifton (15-2) to a victory over host Walbrook, 55-51, in a 4A City league girls basketball game yesterday. Natisha Ferguson added 13 points.Danielle Turner scored 21 points for the Warriors (7-10). The Lakers missed 13 of 24 free throws.* Western 70, Southwestern 28: Chanel Wright scored 22 to pace top-ranked Western past host Southwestern. Shayla Parker led Southwestern with 13.Western (21-0) took an early 23-4 lead en route to the win.* Arundel 67, Glen Burnie 25: Junior forward Chavonne Hammond scored 21 points to lead No. 8 Arundel (20-0)
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