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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | November 5, 1994
After his team edged Wilde Lake, 1-0, Wednesday, Oakland Mills coach Steve Matters worried about a letdown going into yesterday's regional semifinal against Great Mills.Thanks to Ginny Dye's two first-half goals, the Scorpions survived that letdown to beat Great Mills, 2-0, in a Class 1A-2A South regional semifinal yesterday at Glenelg High."After the Wilde Lake game, I knew this was going to happen," said Matters. "In the next round, we're going to have to step it up about four notches. We have to play like we did against Wilde Lake with that kind of intensity and concentration."
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 8, 2014
Three road wins in three nights impressively added up to the Class 4A East region championship for Annapolis, which got a 27-point, six-assist performance from senior guard Juan Brown to upset the host Anne Arundel County champion No. 13 Severna Park, 72-47, in the title game Friday night. Severna Park had won three meetings against the Panthers this season, including a 63-52 win for the county championship Feb. 21. Aaron Pratt added 13 points and four steals with Josh Glover also finishing with 13 points in the win. On Wednesday, Annapolis traveled to three-time defending region champ North Point and came home a winner before defeating Great Mills on Thursday.  The Panthers advance to the state semifinals at Maryland's Comcast Center, where they will take on the winner of the West region, either Walt Whitman or Clarksburg.
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The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
Behind 21 points from Josh Glover and 20 from Juan Brown, Annapolis won its second road game in as many nights Thursday, beating Great Mills, 64-59 in overtime to reach the Class 4A East Region title game. The Panthers (17-8) will travel to Anne Arundel County rival Severna Park in tonight's title game, tentatively set for 6. "We've traveled 31/2 hours the past two nights and have had some timely performances," Annapolis coach John Brady said. No. 13 Severna Park has won all three meetings with Annapolis this season, including a 63-52 victory in the county championship game Feb. 21. No. 13 Severna Park 74, Glen Burnie 45: Taylor Kitzmiller scored a game-high 19 points to power the host Falcons (23-2)
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The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
Behind 21 points from Josh Glover and 20 from Juan Brown, Annapolis won its second road game in as many nights Thursday, beating Great Mills, 64-59 in overtime to reach the Class 4A East Region title game. The Panthers (17-8) will travel to Anne Arundel County rival Severna Park in tonight's title game, tentatively set for 6. "We've traveled 31/2 hours the past two nights and have had some timely performances," Annapolis coach John Brady said. No. 13 Severna Park has won all three meetings with Annapolis this season, including a 63-52 victory in the county championship game Feb. 21. No. 13 Severna Park 74, Glen Burnie 45: Taylor Kitzmiller scored a game-high 19 points to power the host Falcons (23-2)
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May 19, 1996
GREAT MILLS, Md. -- Great Mills scored the go-ahead run with two outs in the sixth and visiting Glenelg stranded two runners in the seventh as the Hornets advanced to the state semifinals with a 3-2 victory yesterday in the Class 2A South Region championship."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 22, 1996
In the age of open tournaments, this is the kind of mismatch that can mar a state semifinal game.An 8-13 Great Mills softball team went up against a young and hungry Northeast squad with a berth in the state 2A championship game on the line yesterday and a large crowd in the stands. The results weren't pretty.Northeast rolled to an easy 17-2 victory. The Eagles (18-6) will face the winner of the Walkersville-North East of Cecil County semifinal in the final at 6 p.m. Friday at Randazzo Park.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | December 5, 1992
To Tom Albright it was just another game, just his 28t season opener.The low-key coach, who has dedicated his life to Southern (Anne Arundel) High School as a teacher and coach, didn't really want any attention for what was a historic victory.There was no celebration, not even a game ball presentation or announcement on the public address system.Albright's Bulldogs presented him with career victory No. 400 last night in Harwood, 46-43, over Great Mills of St. Mary's County. But the significance of No. 400 wasn't nearly as important to him as was seeing many of the old gang who stopped by to shake his hand.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 21, 1997
In the midst of their 3-10 start this season, nary a member of the Southern Bulldogs had any thoughts about the postseason.But playing a mostly 4A schedule against tough county competition taught the Bulldogs something most hadn't realized.Looks can be deceiving.Last night at Arundel High School, Southern made a game attempt at advancing to the state championship game before losing an epic 3-hour, 13-minute battle to Great Mills, 17-11.Great Mills (15-9) of St. Mary's County, advances to Saturday's Class 2A state championship game against Walkersville -- a 3-2 winner over Loch Raven -- 3: 30 at Joe Cannon Stadium.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 5, 2002
Some of the South Carroll fans spent part of halftime worrying. They had seen Allie Armitage score just before the first half appeared to end, but wondered why the scoreboard hadn't changed for several minutes. That proved to be the only suspense in this Class 3A state field hockey semifinal. It turned out that Armitage's goal came with three seconds left, proving more than enough for No. 11 South Carroll to secure a 1-0 victory over Great Mills and a trip to the state final yesterday at Goucher College.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | May 16, 1996
It was there for the taking.Bottom of the seventh. Tied game. Hammond had runners on second and third with one out. Score the run and the Golden Bears, who went 0-16 in the regular season and were outscored, 206-43, are in the 2A South Region championship game."
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | October 30, 2010
FRIDAY FOOTBALL No. 1 Arundel 34, Meade 6 No. 2 Calvert Hall 28, McDonogh 15 No. 6 River Hill 14, Glenelg 7 No. 9 Spalding 22, St. Paul's 15 No. 10 Hereford 49, Dulaney 0 No. 11 Boys' Latin 34, J.Carroll 14 No. 12 Atholton 35, Marriotts Ridge 8 No. 13 Patterson 45, Mervo 24 OTHER SCORES Catonsville 39, Randallstown 14 City 26, Edmondson 16 Eastern Tech 36, Patapsco 0 ...
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By From Sun staff reports | March 5, 2010
No. 10 Old Mill boys basketball team stretched its lead in the third quarter and withstood a late rally by North Point in a Class 4A East regional semifinal to win, 88-83, Thursday night. The Patriots (19-3) maintained a two-point lead in the first half before outscoring the Eagles 23-15 in the third quarter. North Point cut that lead to three with 30 seconds left in the game, but Old Mill's Marvin Salmond stole the ball and hit a layup with 20 seconds left to seal the win. Mike Holley had a game-high 25 points for the Patriots.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,Sun reporter | August 5, 2008
When Sgt. Ryan P. Baumann told his family five years ago that he wanted to join the Army, relatives say they knew it was coming. Sergeant Baumann spent eight years of his childhood in Germany, where he picked up a foreign language and learned the ins and outs of Army life. "Ryan grew up around the miliary," said his mother, Cindy Lohman, who worked as a civilian nurse on a base in Germany. "It didn't surprise me. His heroes were guys in the 82nd [Airborne Division]. And he was a post 9-11 child, so he felt very committed to doing something to protect this country."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 31, 2004
Junior quarterback Joe Lennon led third-ranked Loyola to a 42-13 win over 13th-ranked Archbishop Curley yesterday at Loyola. Lennon completed 10 of 17 passes for 217 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. He also finished with six carries for 52 yards and one score. Bobby Lennon caught two passes for 70 yards and a touchdown while John Henry Clayton had 83 yards on two receptions. Rob Utz anchored the Dons defense with 14 tackles. The Dons improved to 8-1 overall and are 1-1 in the A Conference of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association.
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October 28, 2004
On October 26, 2004, in INOVA Hospital, Fairfax, VA, ANNA BEATRICEGASPAROVIC HASKELL, 83, of St. Mary's City, MD. Born March 29, 1921, in Great Mills, MD, she was the daughter of the late Martin and Anna Gasparovic. She is survived by four children, Linda Leigh Shaklee, Elizabeth Ann Haskell Czarra and Lawrence Steven Haskell, all of St. Mary's City, MD and Martin Douglas Haskell, of Berkley Springs, WV; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Mrs. Haskell is also survived by her sister, Pauline Gasparovic and her cousin, Anna Vicera, both of St. Mary's City.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 14, 2003
One team that appears certain to be ready for tomorrow's Class 4A-3A State Dual Meet Wrestling tournament is the No. 8 Chesapeake Cougars, who have tested the waters this season and then some. In the early going, coach Rex Miller took his team to the demanding Virginia Duals, put dual meets on the calendar against top-ranked Mount St. Joseph and northern Virginia power Herndon and threw in a visit to the Hammond Tournament - regarded as the best public schools' tournament in Maryland - for good measure.
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October 28, 2004
On October 26, 2004, in INOVA Hospital, Fairfax, VA, ANNA BEATRICEGASPAROVIC HASKELL, 83, of St. Mary's City, MD. Born March 29, 1921, in Great Mills, MD, she was the daughter of the late Martin and Anna Gasparovic. She is survived by four children, Linda Leigh Shaklee, Elizabeth Ann Haskell Czarra and Lawrence Steven Haskell, all of St. Mary's City, MD and Martin Douglas Haskell, of Berkley Springs, WV; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Mrs. Haskell is also survived by her sister, Pauline Gasparovic and her cousin, Anna Vicera, both of St. Mary's City.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | November 12, 1993
She hesitated at first, but Glenelg volleyball coach Marlene Janis acknowledged her season-long certainty of the Gladiators returning to the state tournament.Her comment came after No. 6 Glenelg provided the exclamation point with a 15-7, 15-10, 15-8 sweep of its match with Great Mills of St. Mary's County in the 2A South championship yesterday."I was pretty confident that we would get there and I feel that we'll do better than last year," she said. "I also feel we have the skill and talent to at least make it to the finals."
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 5, 2002
Some of the South Carroll fans spent part of halftime worrying. They had seen Allie Armitage score just before the first half appeared to end, but wondered why the scoreboard hadn't changed for several minutes. That proved to be the only suspense in this Class 3A state field hockey semifinal. It turned out that Armitage's goal came with three seconds left, proving more than enough for No. 11 South Carroll to secure a 1-0 victory over Great Mills and a trip to the state final yesterday at Goucher College.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | November 5, 2000
The wait is over for Glenelg's field hockey team. A year ago, Washington eliminated the Gladiators in a scoreless Class 1A state semifinal game that was decided by penalty strokes. Glenelg's Elizabeth Narron said then it was "the best game I've played in all year." The loss only made Glenelg more determined this season. The Gladiators finished the regular season unbeaten in the county and 13-1 overall, losing only to Francis Scott Key in overtime. Those were meaningful accomplishments, but nothing compared to what has driven them all season -- another opportunity to win a state championship.
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