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By From Staff Reports | October 12, 1994
Kristen Hull scored with 1:45 left to push visiting Gettysburg (9-3, 5-0) to a 3-2 victory over Western Maryland (3-8, 1-2) in Centennial Conference women's soccer yesterday.* Frostburg 2, St. Mary's 2, OT: Frostburg State's Stephanie Karpinski (St. Mary's) scored with 21:25 left in regulation, which tied the game.Men's soccer* Delaware Valley 0, Washington College 0, 2 OT: Greg Miller (Catonsville) had five saves for host Washington College (7-4-2).
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By Lem Satterfield | February 8, 1995
Loyola's Dan Cunnane (171 pounds) clinched the match with his pin of Alex Scott as unranked Loyola upset visiting and No. 15 Boys' Latin, 37-27, yesterday in an interdivisional Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association meeting.The Dons (7-2) had a 31-9 lead after Dave Riley (140) edged Jason Leneau, 4-3; Jeremy Smith (145) earned a major decision, and Mark Lilly (152) overcame a 1-0 deficit for a 6-3 win over Lev Galitzen.Loyola won five of the first seven bouts, including a forfeit at 103 and pins by Greg Miller (112)
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By Lem Satterfield | February 8, 1995
Loyola's Dan Cunnane (171 pounds) clinched the match with his pin of Alex Scott as unranked Loyola upset visiting and No. 15 Boys' Latin, 37-27, yesterday in an interdivisional Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association meeting.The Dons (7-2) had a 31-9 lead after Dave Riley (140) edged Jason Leneau, 4-3; Jeremy Smith (145) earned a major decision, and Mark Lilly (152) overcame a 1-0 deficit for a 6-3 win over Lev Galitzen.Loyola won five of the first seven bouts, including a forfeit at 103 and pins by Greg Miller (112)
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By GARY LAMBRECHT | November 3, 1994
Three weeks remain until Loyola's men's basketball team opens its season against William and Mary, but first-year coach Brian Ellerbe's era begins unofficially tomorrow night at 8, when the Greyhounds play host to the Converse All-Stars in their first exhibition game.The Greyhounds feature several key returning players, such as senior forward B. J. Pendleton and sophomore guard Milton Williams, although one Greyhound will be firing shots from the other side. Kevin Green, who racked up 2,154 points between 1988 and 1992 to become the second-leading scorer in Loyola history, plays for Converse.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT | November 3, 1994
Three weeks remain until Loyola's men's basketball team opens its season against William and Mary, but first-year coach Brian Ellerbe's era begins unofficially tomorrow night at 8, when the Greyhounds play host to the Converse All-Stars in their first exhibition game.The Greyhounds feature several key returning players, such as senior forward B. J. Pendleton and sophomore guard Milton Williams, although one Greyhound will be firing shots from the other side. Kevin Green, who racked up 2,154 points between 1988 and 1992 to become the second-leading scorer in Loyola history, plays for Converse.
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By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing sports writer | April 10, 1991
The audience was quiet through most of Sunday evening's game betweenHunt Valley Imports and Nick's Pizzaria for the North Carroll recreation basketball league Senior Division post-season championship.The 200 or so spectators in the North Carroll High gym showed little emotion as that game for the seventh- and eighth-grade title droned ontoward its conclusion, with Nick's holding a steady double-digit lead.But everything suddenly changed in the final minutes.Hunt Valley staged an improbable comeback, and spectators at each end of the gym began alternately erupting as the teams' fortunes changed back and forth near game's end.Then the place grew silent while Hunt Valley's Art Crouse calmly tied the game with two free throws with eightseconds remaining in the game to send it into overtime.
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March 12, 2001
Baseball Astros: Assigned P Travis Driskill, P Brad Lidge, P Greg Miller, P Tim Redding, P Brad Rigby, P Ricky Stone, C Chris Tremie and C Alan Zinter to minor-league camp. Blue Jays: Released P Jaime Navarro. Reassigned P Pat Daneker to minor-league camp. Optioned P George Perez to Single-A Dunedin. Padres: Optioned P Wascar Serrano to Triple-A Portland. Assigned P Domingo Guzman, P Steve Montgomery, P Stan Spencer, C Steve Soliz, IF Greg LaRocca and OF Ethan Faggett to minor- league camp.
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May 4, 2003
On Friday, May 2, 2003, R. PATRICK; beloved husband of Patricia L. Gleason (nee Doughty); loving father of Norma J. and husband Greg Miller, Rose A. and husband Art Perez and Mary Pat and husband Jeff Miller; cherished grandfather of Daniel and Ryan Miller, Kristen and Michael Perez and Alexandra and Eric Miller; devoted brother of Betsy Given and Lloyd Gleason, Jr. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Witzke Funeral Home of Catonsville, Inc.,...
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By From Staff Reports | October 27, 1994
Ousman Auber had a goal and two assists, leading Salisbury State past visiting Gallaudet, 7-0, yesterday in the Capital Athletic Conference men's soccer tournament quarterfinals.The Sea Gulls (11-2-3) will play host to York College in the semifinals tomorrow.Keith Wehr and Keith Chesla each added a goal and an assist. Joe Herman had one save for his eighth shutout of the season, one shy of the school record.* Catholic 3, Goucher College 1: Lee Wang, Rob Klepacz and Matt Lewis scored as Catholic (7-9-1)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special To The Sun | May 22, 2008
McDonogh won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association team title last week, and the Eagles found even more success in the conference's tournament for individual players, which concluded yesterday. The tournament was originally scheduled to finish last Thursday, but last week's rain and problems with scheduling forced most of it to end last Friday with the final part ending yesterday at McDonogh. The Eagles got A Conference championships from Alexander Centenari and Alex Sidney in singles plus the team of Jake Lazer and Tommy Sinnott in doubles.
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By From Staff Reports | October 12, 1994
Kristen Hull scored with 1:45 left to push visiting Gettysburg (9-3, 5-0) to a 3-2 victory over Western Maryland (3-8, 1-2) in Centennial Conference women's soccer yesterday.* Frostburg 2, St. Mary's 2, OT: Frostburg State's Stephanie Karpinski (St. Mary's) scored with 21:25 left in regulation, which tied the game.Men's soccer* Delaware Valley 0, Washington College 0, 2 OT: Greg Miller (Catonsville) had five saves for host Washington College (7-4-2).
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By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing sports writer | April 10, 1991
The audience was quiet through most of Sunday evening's game betweenHunt Valley Imports and Nick's Pizzaria for the North Carroll recreation basketball league Senior Division post-season championship.The 200 or so spectators in the North Carroll High gym showed little emotion as that game for the seventh- and eighth-grade title droned ontoward its conclusion, with Nick's holding a steady double-digit lead.But everything suddenly changed in the final minutes.Hunt Valley staged an improbable comeback, and spectators at each end of the gym began alternately erupting as the teams' fortunes changed back and forth near game's end.Then the place grew silent while Hunt Valley's Art Crouse calmly tied the game with two free throws with eightseconds remaining in the game to send it into overtime.
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By BOSTON GLOBE | December 16, 2003
NEW ORLEANS - The smoke and mirrors have been cleared away. The scenario Boston Red Sox owner John W. Henry has been working on for weeks, one in which his team would trade outfielder Manny Ramirez for Texas Rangers shortstop Alex Rodriguez, then turn around and trade shortstop Nomar Garciaparra to another club, is on the verge of being realized. The trade might happen by the end of the week and no later than Christmas, according to multiple industry sources with direct knowledge of the negotiations.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | February 1, 1995
The young Archbishop Curley squad continued to grow yesterday -- at Loyola's expense.Sparked by victories from Sal Aquia, Mike Boettcher, Bob Lader and Ben Verner, host Archbishop Curley defeated No. 12 Loyola, 39-24, and wrapped up first place in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Division.Archbishop Curley (6-3, 4-1) wins the division by tie-breaker. Curley, Gilman and Loyola each have one division loss, but the Friars' 15-point victory over Loyola gave them the title by point differential.
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