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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | January 28, 1991
Broadneck's wrestling team grabbed the momentum early and never looked back in defeating No. 1-ranked Old Mill, 31-28.The No. 7 Bruins got a 10-0 victory at 103 pounds when No. 6-rated Charlie Bennett upset No. 2-rated Steve Lundstrom in the first match, 10-0, and Broadneck's top-rated Shawn Miller earned a quick pin at 112 pounds.Another key match came at 152. Broadneck's Seth Lopatkiewicz, who earlier had lost in the Annapolis Tournament to Old Mill's John Earle, pinned Earle in the third period for a six-point swing and an insurmountable 31-10 advantage.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 19, 1998
After losing his first wrestle-off two months ago and being relegated to a reserve role, J. R. Plienis questioned his worth in Nebraska's seventh-ranked program.Today, the McDonogh graduate is a record-breaking redshirt freshman and the Cornhuskers' No. 1 heavyweight entry in the NCAA tournament, which starts today at Cleveland State.Ranked No. 16 nationally by Amateur Wrestling News, Plienis (30-11, 14 pins) is listed as a "dark-horse" contender in his weight class by InterMat magazine. He is among several wrestlers with local ties who are competing in the championships.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 17, 1996
Kimberly Smith's strong performance in Big East games paid off as she was named the conference's Rookie of the Year for women's basketball, becoming the first Georgetown player to receive that award. Smith (Western), a point guard who started the last 13 games for the Hoyas, averaged 12.6 points, 3.6 rebounds and a team-leading 3.1 assists.WrestlingThree collegiate wrestlers with local ties qualified for next weekend's NCAA wrestling tournament by winning their conference tournament titles.
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By Justin Goldberg and Justin Goldberg,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 22, 1996
Eight area athletes will be competing in this weekend's NCAA wrestling championships at the University of Minnesota.From local colleges, Coppin State's Keno Brown will compete in the 190-pound class, Maryland's Jim Guzzio qualified at 134 pounds and Maryland's Pat Flynn, a graduate of Annapolis High, will compete at 150 pounds.Five other wrestlers who attended area high schools are competing at the championships, including Mike Jenson, a 190-pounder at Rider College. A two-time state champion at Randallstown, Jensen is ranked 10th in the nation by Amateur Wrestling News.
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By Justin Goldberg and Justin Goldberg,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 22, 1996
Eight area athletes will be competing in this weekend's NCAA wrestling championships at the University of Minnesota.From local colleges, Coppin State's Keno Brown will compete in the 190-pound class, Maryland's Jim Guzzio qualified at 134 pounds and Maryland's Pat Flynn, a graduate of Annapolis High, will compete at 150 pounds.Five other wrestlers who attended area high schools are competing at the championships, including Mike Jenson, a 190-pounder at Rider College. A two-time state champion at Randallstown, Jensen is ranked 10th in the nation by Amateur Wrestling News.
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By Justin Goldberg and Justin Goldberg,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 22, 1996
The University of Maryland's Jim Guzzio advanced, but three other wrestlers with local ties were defeated yesterday in the preliminary round at the NCAA wrestling championships in Minneapolis.Guzzio, at 134 pounds, defeated Adam Mickiewicz of Virginia Military Institute, 4-1, to advance to the second round. But teammates Patrick Flynn (Annapolis) and Shane Mack each lost in the opening round, at 158 and 142 pounds, respectively.And Coppin State junior Keno Brown (190) led 12th seed Rob Neidlinger of Penn State 9-1 before losing, 14-12, in overtime.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 14, 1993
When it's crunch time, Owings Mills coach Guy Pritzker knows he can rely on his upper weights.Take the No. 7 Eagles' (8-0, 6-0) 37-24 win over visiting county 2A-1A league wrestling rival Pikesville (1-4, 1-2) yesterday.The Panthers had just tied the match at 21 on a Gennady Lvovsky (145) decision and a Chad Hipsley (152) pin, but it was time for the meat of the two-time 2A-1A champion Eagles' lineup to hit the mat.Jason Pinsky (160, nine pins) won, 16-5; top-ranked, two-time state champ Grant Johnson (171, 13 pins)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 19, 1998
After losing his first wrestle-off two months ago and being relegated to a reserve role, J. R. Plienis questioned his worth in Nebraska's seventh-ranked program.Today, the McDonogh graduate is a record-breaking redshirt freshman and the Cornhuskers' No. 1 heavyweight entry in the NCAA tournament, which starts today at Cleveland State.Ranked No. 16 nationally by Amateur Wrestling News, Plienis (30-11, 14 pins) is listed as a "dark-horse" contender in his weight class by InterMat magazine. He is among several wrestlers with local ties who are competing in the championships.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | July 13, 1993
Catonsville Community College began its second annual seven-on-seven men's and women's soccer league last night at the college's outdoor fields."Right now we have 12 men's and six women's teams," said Bryon Ivins, a coach of the Cardinals fall soccer program and co-director of the summer league program with the college's women's coach, Tom Taylor."
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wrestling Wrestler of the Year Karl Green Mount St. Joseph One of many talented wrestlers for the Gaels, Green was a standout in his weight class (285 pounds), posting a 48-8 record with 24 pins. The sophomore placed first in numerous tournaments, including: the Germantown Academy tournament in Philadelphia, the United States Marine Core Ultimate Challenge, the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association Championships and the Maryland Independent State Championships. He was third at Mount Mat Madness and fifth at National Preps.
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By Justin Goldberg and Justin Goldberg,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 22, 1996
The University of Maryland's Jim Guzzio advanced, but three other wrestlers with local ties were defeated yesterday in the preliminary round at the NCAA wrestling championships in Minneapolis.Guzzio, at 134 pounds, defeated Adam Mickiewicz of Virginia Military Institute, 4-1, to advance to the second round. But teammates Patrick Flynn (Annapolis) and Shane Mack each lost in the opening round, at 158 and 142 pounds, respectively.And Coppin State junior Keno Brown (190) led 12th seed Rob Neidlinger of Penn State 9-1 before losing, 14-12, in overtime.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 17, 1996
Kimberly Smith's strong performance in Big East games paid off as she was named the conference's Rookie of the Year for women's basketball, becoming the first Georgetown player to receive that award. Smith (Western), a point guard who started the last 13 games for the Hoyas, averaged 12.6 points, 3.6 rebounds and a team-leading 3.1 assists.WrestlingThree collegiate wrestlers with local ties qualified for next weekend's NCAA wrestling tournament by winning their conference tournament titles.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | July 13, 1993
Catonsville Community College began its second annual seven-on-seven men's and women's soccer league last night at the college's outdoor fields."Right now we have 12 men's and six women's teams," said Bryon Ivins, a coach of the Cardinals fall soccer program and co-director of the summer league program with the college's women's coach, Tom Taylor."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 14, 1993
When it's crunch time, Owings Mills coach Guy Pritzker knows he can rely on his upper weights.Take the No. 7 Eagles' (8-0, 6-0) 37-24 win over visiting county 2A-1A league wrestling rival Pikesville (1-4, 1-2) yesterday.The Panthers had just tied the match at 21 on a Gennady Lvovsky (145) decision and a Chad Hipsley (152) pin, but it was time for the meat of the two-time 2A-1A champion Eagles' lineup to hit the mat.Jason Pinsky (160, nine pins) won, 16-5; top-ranked, two-time state champ Grant Johnson (171, 13 pins)
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | January 28, 1991
Broadneck's wrestling team grabbed the momentum early and never looked back in defeating No. 1-ranked Old Mill, 31-28.The No. 7 Bruins got a 10-0 victory at 103 pounds when No. 6-rated Charlie Bennett upset No. 2-rated Steve Lundstrom in the first match, 10-0, and Broadneck's top-rated Shawn Miller earned a quick pin at 112 pounds.Another key match came at 152. Broadneck's Seth Lopatkiewicz, who earlier had lost in the Annapolis Tournament to Old Mill's John Earle, pinned Earle in the third period for a six-point swing and an insurmountable 31-10 advantage.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | April 14, 1996
Lorne Smith (Gilman) has wasted little time making his presence felt in Princeton lacrosse.The freshman attackman was named Ivy League Rookie of the Week for the third time in the season's first five weeks after scoring two goals against Penn and three against Brown, both Princeton victories.At Dickinson, Julie Martin (Garrison Forest) scored four goals on nine shots in a win over Haverford and Jenny Lund (John Carroll) had a season-high five points in a win over Drew. Martin has 14 goals this season, Lund 12.At Mary Washington, Bill McLean (Towson)
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