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By Rick Belz | December 2, 1993
PLAYERS OF THE YEAR OFFENSE -- Guy Smith, Howard, RB, Sr. -- His teammates point Smith as the player who made them all better because of his dedicated work habits. "He's the kid who turned our program around," coach John Quinn said. Smith rushed for over 1,000 yards for the second straight season, gaining 1,119 and scoring 15 touchdowns on 147 carries. His 36 career touchdowns set a school record. His career rushing total is 2,835 yards. His best game this season was against Wilde Lake when he rushed for 210 yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 18, 1998
The Berlin Wall and Rome, the Northwest's picturesque national parks and Georgia's Blue Ridge mountains, the Rio Grande and the gateway to Mexico -- El Paso, Texas -- have been important stops in the life of Andrew Smith.Meade's "traveling man" on and off the football field, Smith has been to places and had life experiences that most teen-agers can only read about or watch on TV or the Internet.But there is one other trip he desperately wants to make."I've never been to any type of playoffs at any level, and it's my goal to live that experience," said the 17-year-old Smith, who is the Mustangs' do-it-all guy as quarterback, defensive back, punter and kick returner.
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SPORTS
September 2, 1993
Matt Allen, Howard, Sr., OT, 6-3, 240 -- He'll be Howard's best offensive lineman, paving the way for premier running back Guy Smith.Mark Bolea, Glenelg, Sr., OL, 6-1, 220 -- Will be a key player in Glenelg's ball-control offense.Jake Daft, Oakland Mills, Jr., RB, LB, 6-1, 190 -- He's a dominating defensive player and a power runner who will complement the running style of teammate Damien Smith.Carlton Fox, Howard, Sr., WR, DB, 5-10, 175 -- He caught 35 passes for 399 yards and five touchdowns and made 51 tackles in the defensive backfield.
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By Rick Belz | December 2, 1993
PLAYERS OF THE YEAR OFFENSE -- Guy Smith, Howard, RB, Sr. -- His teammates point Smith as the player who made them all better because of his dedicated work habits. "He's the kid who turned our program around," coach John Quinn said. Smith rushed for over 1,000 yards for the second straight season, gaining 1,119 and scoring 15 touchdowns on 147 carries. His 36 career touchdowns set a school record. His career rushing total is 2,835 yards. His best game this season was against Wilde Lake when he rushed for 210 yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Contributing Writer | October 3, 1993
A week after being surprised by Centennial, Howard caught a break in the county race with an 8-7 victory over host Hammond.The Lions (4-1, 1-1) were trailing at the start of the fourth quarter 7-0 when defensive lineman Seth Eldridge gave an emotional lift to their stagnant offense, which had entered the game leading the county in scoring.Eldridge recovered Hammond tailback Irving Conwell's fumble at the Bears' 14 with 11:52 remaining in the game.Howard senior running back Guy Smith (11 carries, 46 yards)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 18, 1998
The Berlin Wall and Rome, the Northwest's picturesque national parks and Georgia's Blue Ridge mountains, the Rio Grande and the gateway to Mexico -- El Paso, Texas -- have been important stops in the life of Andrew Smith.Meade's "traveling man" on and off the football field, Smith has been to places and had life experiences that most teen-agers can only read about or watch on TV or the Internet.But there is one other trip he desperately wants to make."I've never been to any type of playoffs at any level, and it's my goal to live that experience," said the 17-year-old Smith, who is the Mustangs' do-it-all guy as quarterback, defensive back, punter and kick returner.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 14, 1993
If they never play another varsity football game, Poly juniors Jackie Wise and Francis Giles might merit varsity letters for their poise in yesterday's 28-6 Class 3A quarterfinal victory over No. 13 Howard.The top-ranked Engineers' Greg Kyler (1,113 rushing yards, 20 touchdowns) turned in a stellar performance with 254 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns although Poly was out-gained, 251-248.While Kyler (12 carries, 129 yards) was held to six yards and a touchdown in the first half, Wise, Giles and senior running back Louie Randall (20 carries, 72 yards)
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August 30, 1992
Coach: John Quinn, sixth year1991 record: 5-5Returnees: Seniors Kirk Wise (RB/S), Brad Stubbs (QB), Sean O'Neill (C), Reggie Watters (TE/DE), Jamaal Tyler (WR/DB), Steve Markley (T/DT), Kevin Corwin (G/DT), Dave King (DB/WR); Juniors Guy Smith (FB/LB), Curtis McTavish (RB/DB), Carlton Fox (WR/DB)Newcomers to watch: Senior Ed Weeks (LB/G); Juniors Scott Strother (RB), Matt Allen (T), Seth Eldridge (NG); Sophomores A.J. Durham (QB), Delawn Parrish (QB).Coach's outlook: "We don't have a lot of size or a lot of depth.
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By John Harris III and John Harris III,Contributing Writer | September 18, 1993
Liberty went into last night's game at Howard High with an 0-2 record, but Howard head coach John Quinn wasn't taking the Lions lightly."I knew what was coming," Quinn said after Liberty gave Howard (3-0) a tough time before losing, 23-12. "[Liberty coach] Ken Johnson is a wing-T guru and one of the premier coaches in the state, so they didn't surprise me. They have a nice team."Liberty had no trouble moving the ball from the outset. The visitors opened the game with a 17-play, 56-yard drive that consumed 9:23.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | November 1, 1992
Before yesterday's game against host Oakland Mills, Howard coach John Quinn stressed that his Lions constantly would run the football.Faced with cold and damp conditions, he lived up to his word, calling for 37 rushes and seven passes in a 13-7 victory.Both of Howard's scores stemmed from quarterback Dalawn Parrish's clutch play. On fourth down, he threw 22 yards to receiver Jamaal Tyler. And on third-and-21, he scrambled 50 yards into the end zone to put the Lions ahead 13-7 in the third period.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Contributing Writer | October 3, 1993
A week after being surprised by Centennial, Howard caught a break in the county race with an 8-7 victory over host Hammond.The Lions (4-1, 1-1) were trailing at the start of the fourth quarter 7-0 when defensive lineman Seth Eldridge gave an emotional lift to their stagnant offense, which had entered the game leading the county in scoring.Eldridge recovered Hammond tailback Irving Conwell's fumble at the Bears' 14 with 11:52 remaining in the game.Howard senior running back Guy Smith (11 carries, 46 yards)
SPORTS
September 2, 1993
Matt Allen, Howard, Sr., OT, 6-3, 240 -- He'll be Howard's best offensive lineman, paving the way for premier running back Guy Smith.Mark Bolea, Glenelg, Sr., OL, 6-1, 220 -- Will be a key player in Glenelg's ball-control offense.Jake Daft, Oakland Mills, Jr., RB, LB, 6-1, 190 -- He's a dominating defensive player and a power runner who will complement the running style of teammate Damien Smith.Carlton Fox, Howard, Sr., WR, DB, 5-10, 175 -- He caught 35 passes for 399 yards and five touchdowns and made 51 tackles in the defensive backfield.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2014
Alex Smith has revealed the name of and the executive chef for his Japanese restaurant at the Four Seasons Baltimore Hotel. The new restaurant's name is Azumi, and the executive chef is Eiji Takase.  Smith said that master sake sommelier Tiffany Dawn Soto will be assisting Azumi with its sake list and beverage program. Soto was the beverage director at Pabu, the original Japanese restaurant at the Four Seasons Baltimore. Developed for the hotel by the San Francisco-based Mina Group, Pabu, along with the coffee shop Lamill, closed in June.  Both spaces are being re-developed and will be operated by Smith's Baltimore-based Atlas Restaurant Group, which currently operates the Harbor East restaurant Ouzo Bay. Azumi is set to open in November.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Special to The Sun | May 27, 1994
Rain, thunder and lightning delayed the Maryland state track and field championships at Western Maryland College yesterday, costing Howard High critical points in several Class 3A field events.During a 90-minute delay, coming after an hour of Class 3A and 4A competition at Scott S. Blair Stadium, Howard lost strong chances to capture points in boys 3A competition as four seniors elected to head back to school with boys coach Dave Glenn to attend the school's senior awards banquet."The rain helped make up their minds real quick," said Howard assistant boys coach Tony Holland, who added the stay-or-go decision was left up to each athlete.
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