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April 4, 2007
Calvert Hall has opened the season with seven straight wins, with senior first baseman Jeff Guthridge hitting .526 with 10 runs, a double, two triples, a home run, eight RBIs and seven stolen bases. A returning second-team All-Baltimore County selection, Guthridge is coming off a season in which he led the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association in both batting average (.449) and RBIs (35), and had seven doubles, seven triples and two home runs. Guthridge, who is bound for Hofstra University on an athletic and academic scholarship, carries a 3.9 grade point average.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | May 16, 2007
All season long, No. 1 Calvert Hall's first four hitters have done the job, and that is one of the main reasons the Cardinals are 31-0, tying their own state season records for most wins and most consecutive wins. But yesterday they had to take it to another level to keep the streak alive and win their first playoff game, 9-6, over visiting Archbishop Spalding. A three-run homer by Jeff Guthridge in the bottom of the sixth was the difference thanks to a superb relief stint in the fifth and sixth by left-hander Greg Terry, who got the win. Kevin Lingerman closed it in the seventh for his fourth save to go with his 6-0 record.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | December 4, 1997
CHICAGO -- The bench still looks a little empty without the game's all-time winningest coach sitting on it. And Bill Guthridge still looks as if he's feeling his way in replacing a legend named Dean Smith. But the North Carolina Tar Heels have been making things relatively easy for their new head coach.Having won their first six games by an average of 26 points and being challenged only once, the third-ranked Tar Heels appeared to be on their way to another runaway victory against Louisville in the Great Eight Basketball Classic last night at the United Center.
NEWS
April 4, 2007
Calvert Hall has opened the season with seven straight wins, with senior first baseman Jeff Guthridge hitting .526 with 10 runs, a double, two triples, a home run, eight RBIs and seven stolen bases. A returning second-team All-Baltimore County selection, Guthridge is coming off a season in which he led the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association in both batting average (.449) and RBIs (35), and had seven doubles, seven triples and two home runs. Guthridge, who is bound for Hofstra University on an athletic and academic scholarship, carries a 3.9 grade point average.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | July 1, 2000
When he succeeded the legendary Dean Smith as the basketball coach at North Carolina shortly before practice began for the 1997-98 season, most viewed Bill Guthridge as an avuncular caretaker. Despite the five-year contract he was given, many anticipated he might not be in the position that long. So it didn't come as a surprise when word started getting out Thursday that Guthridge, 62, would announce his retirement at a news conference yesterday afternoon. Nor would it shock anyone that another former Smith assistant, Kansas coach Roy Williams, will likely be offered the job - if he hasn't been already.
SPORTS
By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | October 27, 1997
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Bill Guthridge appeared to be a magnet. His every movement drew a crowd of reporters as he moved from table to table. It was unlike previous years when, during Operation ACC, he could look forward to a quiet Sunday at home."
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | July 7, 2000
While he still spoke with the twang of his native North Carolina, Roy Williams did his best imitation of Bobby Cremins last night. In a stunning decision that will have repercussions from Chapel Hill, N.C., to Lawrence, Kan., Williams announced he will remain at Kansas rather than return to North Carolina to succeed recently retired basketball coach Bill Guthridge. Williams, 49, decided to stay with the Jayhawks after weighing his options during a family vacation last week in South Carolina.
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By Paul McMullen and Ken Murray and Paul McMullen and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 19, 1998
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Maybe they're a bit sensitive about the issue, since two of their three nonconference losses were to Atlantic Coast Conference teams, but the Arizona Wildcats bristle when they hear ACC propaganda."
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | April 3, 2007
Sophomore Patrick Blair's fourth hit of the game, a two-out single in the bottom of the seventh inning, lifted No. 2 Calvert Hall over visiting No. 1 Archbishop Spalding, 11-10, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference baseball game yesterday. Blair got the opportunity to win the game after Jeff Guthridge hit homers in the fifth and sixth innings, the second a grand slam that gave Calvert Hall a 10-9 lead. The Cavaliers tied it at 10 in the top of the seventh on a double by Jeff Kemp, but they left him stranded to set the stage for Blair.
SPORTS
By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | March 12, 1998
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Two natives of Dakar, Senegal -- North Carolina 6-foot-10 senior Makhtar Ndiaye and Navy 6-7 sophomore Sitapha Savane -- will be matching muscles under the boards when the Tar Heels and Midshipmen meet in the 1998 NCAA tournament opener today."
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | April 3, 2007
Sophomore Patrick Blair's fourth hit of the game, a two-out single in the bottom of the seventh inning, lifted No. 2 Calvert Hall over visiting No. 1 Archbishop Spalding, 11-10, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference baseball game yesterday. Blair got the opportunity to win the game after Jeff Guthridge hit homers in the fifth and sixth innings, the second a grand slam that gave Calvert Hall a 10-9 lead. The Cavaliers tied it at 10 in the top of the seventh on a double by Jeff Kemp, but they left him stranded to set the stage for Blair.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | January 10, 2001
Matt Doherty is the kind of guy who cries at movies. He doesn't even have to be sitting in a darkened theater or at home. He doesn't need to be watching a particularly heart-tugging flick. Take the time "The Patriot" was being shown on the North Carolina team bus. "There was a scene where Mel Gibson's son gets killed and I started thinking about my own son," Doherty said earlier this week. "I get emotional pretty quickly." Nor does he have to be watching a movie at all. It happened when Doherty was introduced as the new coach of the Tar Heels last summer, succeeding a suddenly retired Bill Guthridge.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | July 7, 2000
While he still spoke with the twang of his native North Carolina, Roy Williams did his best imitation of Bobby Cremins last night. In a stunning decision that will have repercussions from Chapel Hill, N.C., to Lawrence, Kan., Williams announced he will remain at Kansas rather than return to North Carolina to succeed recently retired basketball coach Bill Guthridge. Williams, 49, decided to stay with the Jayhawks after weighing his options during a family vacation last week in South Carolina.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | July 1, 2000
When he succeeded the legendary Dean Smith as the basketball coach at North Carolina shortly before practice began for the 1997-98 season, most viewed Bill Guthridge as an avuncular caretaker. Despite the five-year contract he was given, many anticipated he might not be in the position that long. So it didn't come as a surprise when word started getting out Thursday that Guthridge, 62, would announce his retirement at a news conference yesterday afternoon. Nor would it shock anyone that another former Smith assistant, Kansas coach Roy Williams, will likely be offered the job - if he hasn't been already.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Brent Jones and Jamison Hensley and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | April 1, 2000
INDIANAPOLIS -- Morris Peterson may lack some focus today, but not emotion. Michigan State's leading scorer rejoined the team yesterday, a day after attending his grandmother's funeral in Mississippi. She died at the age of 72 following complications from a stroke suffered a year ago. "It's been like an emotional roller coaster," said Peterson, whose Spartans meet Wisconsin in the first Final Four semifinal today. "I think about the game, my family, my grandmother. I talked to my family a lot yesterday, and they told me to go out there and concentrate on my game."
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 27, 2000
AUSTIN, Texas -- Weber State memorabilia became a peculiarly hot item on Tobacco Road in the past year. It was a way for the ABC crowd -- Anybody But Carolina -- to taunt the Tar Heels about their embarrassing exit from the first round of the 1999 NCAA tournament. North Carolina will get its revenge with brag shirts from the RCA Dome. The Tar Heels are headed to Indianapolis, for a record 15th Final Four. Stern defense and freshman Joe Forte's 28 points lifted them past Tulsa, 59-55, in the South Regional final at the Erwin Center yesterday, as eighth-seeded North Carolina picked a grand moment to put together its first four-game win streak of the season.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | May 16, 2007
All season long, No. 1 Calvert Hall's first four hitters have done the job, and that is one of the main reasons the Cardinals are 31-0, tying their own state season records for most wins and most consecutive wins. But yesterday they had to take it to another level to keep the streak alive and win their first playoff game, 9-6, over visiting Archbishop Spalding. A three-run homer by Jeff Guthridge in the bottom of the sixth was the difference thanks to a superb relief stint in the fifth and sixth by left-hander Greg Terry, who got the win. Kevin Lingerman closed it in the seventh for his fourth save to go with his 6-0 record.
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