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September 8, 1991
Coach: Lee Kestler Sr., eighth yearAssistant coaches: Eddie DeVincentLast year's record: 10-2 overall, 6-0 and first in the Central Maryland Conference, 6-0 and first in the countyTop returnees: Seniors, goalkeeper Bill Reigel, halfback Blake Beares, forward John Monar, halfback Rob Hobsen, halfback Aaron Bassoff, halfback Chad Norfolk, forward Ryan Dunham, fullback Pat Gagen, fullback Darryk Modracek, fullback Shannon Patterson, fullback Kevin Concha, halfback...
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By Colin Stevens, The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2010
For four seasons at Maryland State College and three years with the New York Jets, Emerson Boozer and Earl Christy were teammates and friends. They lived in the same apartment complex as rookies and Christy even sold Boozer his Great Dane when they were in New York. Looking back on their seven years together, Christy remembered Boozer, the Hawks' powerful, record-breaking halfback, as an accessible star that was friendly to everyone … so long as any encounters took place off the field.
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By Special to the Sun | September 16, 1990
GREENVILLE, Pa. - Halfback Rory McTigue ran for 127 yards on 28 carries and scored three touchdowns yesterday as Frostburg State (2-0) routed Thiel, 34-0.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | September 17, 2006
Justin Nicholson outleaped one defender and eluded three others en route to an 84-yard, fourth-quarter touchdown on a halfback option pass, and the New Town defense made it stand for yesterday's critical, 6-3 Baltimore County 2A-1A League victory over visiting Eastern Tech on a muddy field. The win was the first over a program with a winning record by the Titans (2-0 overall, 2-0 league), a third-year varsity program under Rich Stichel Jr. "We've had six shutouts in our last seven victories, so there's no shame in giving up three points against Eastern Tech," said Stichel, 28, a 1995 graduate of Eastern Tech who credited Chad Briscoe (13 tackles)
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September 8, 1991
Coach: Matt Robinson, third yearAssistant coaches: Carlton CaywardLast year's record: 9-8-1 overall, 1-3-1 and fifth in the Middle Atlantic Conference -- Southwest DivisionTop returnees: Seniors, goalkeeper Nick Vasil, goalkeeper Jim Francisco; juniors, forward Brian Redding, halfback Eric Resh, halfback Ron Chesney, forward Jim Frisone; sophomore, fullback Scott SchobergTop newcomers: Junior, fullback Dave Story; freshmen, halfback/forward Matt Massey, halfback...
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September 8, 1991
Co-coaches: Phil Myers, third year and Tom Davidson, fourth yearLast year's record: 6-3-3 overall, 4-1-1 in the Central Maryland Conference, 1-3-3 in the countyTop returnees: Seniors, forward Vickie Jackson, halfback Kim Piccione, halfback Mindy Bankert, fullback Heather Martin, goalkeeper Jenny HeindelTop newcomers: Juniors, halfback Ashlee Douglas, halfback Francine Hewes, fullback Michele Jeffery, fullback Tammy Griffi, fullback Kara TedderCoach's comments:...
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September 8, 1991
Coach: Greg Bright, ninth yearAssistant Coach: Anne Marie BrannanLast year's record: 5-6-1 overall, 2-3-1 in the Central Maryland Conference, 2-3-1 in the countyTop returnees: Seniors, halfback/forward/fullback Kristen Erpelding, forward/fullback Lisa Hanle, halfback/forward Amy Shipp; junior, goalkeeper Kara HedgesTop newcomers: Senior, halfback/forward Becky Duex; juniors, halfback Caroline Hare, halfback Laura Shoffner, fullback Jessica FarinholtCoach's comments:...
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September 8, 1991
Coach: Granville "Gee" Hibberd, 10th yearAssistant coaches: Denny Snyder, John HinesLast year's record: 5-6-1 overall, 5-3-1 and fourth in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League, 0-3 and last in the countyTop returnees: Seniors, halfback Dave Layman, halfback Murray Valentine, halfbackDave Jordan, fullback Jeff Keefer, fullback Jon Cox, halfback Joe Wenck, halfback Chris Kurrle; juniors, fullback Jeremy Metcalfe, forward Paul Coale, goalkeeper John EngelTop newcomers:...
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By MIKE KLINGAMAN and MIKE KLINGAMAN,SUN REPORTER | December 25, 2005
As sports relics go, it is nondescript: a 3-inch vinyl wristband covered with tiny writing. Visitors to the Pro Football Hall of Fame are apt to walk right past it to gawk at the more inviting lore displayed nearby. Hey, Dad, check out the size 19 Hall of Fame ring worn by Bronko Nagurski! And look at this square-toed kicking shoe that belonged to some dude named Agajanian - it says here he had one toe on his right foot! Though a less obtrusive keepsake, the brown wristband represents a seminal moment in the rich history of the Baltimore Colts.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | November 6, 2002
Loyola coach Don Kraft describes the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference boys soccer competition as a marathon run of 16 league games with a sprint at the finish. The sprint for the league title began yesterday, and the host Dons won their first-round game against John Carroll of Harford County, 1-0. The victory sends Loyola (12-4-3) into tomorrow's semifinals on the road against McDonogh. A coaching move by Kraft paid big dividends against the Patriots (6-12-3)
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November 26, 2000
Starting lineups Army No. Name Wt. Position 88 Pitzer 195 Left end 78 Arnold 195 Left tackle 62 Green 190 Left guard 54 St. Onge 180 Center 63 Stanowicz 215 Right guard 75 Nemetz 191 Right tackle 83 Rafalko 185 Right end 15 Kenna 180 Quarterback 42 Hall 185 Left halfback 25 Minor 180 Rt. halfback 35 Blanchard 200 Fullback Navy No. Name Wt. Position 87 Bramlett 182 Left end 70 Whitmire 215 Left tackle 77 Carrington 190 Left guard ...
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | June 29, 1999
A one-time halfback for Annapolis High School was sentenced yesterday to 30 years in prison for stomping to death his cellmate at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center.Keith Lomax, 27, of the 1800 block of Copeland St. in Annapolis told Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Robert H. Heller Jr. that he was sorry for killing Russell Six, 28, of the 8300 block of Dock Road in Pasadena.Lomax blamed mental instability for his deadly outburst April 21, 1998, and his attorney, Julian B. Stevens, blamed a decadelong downward spiral caused by drugs.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | December 9, 1998
While the Ravens wait to see how many of their wounded offensive linemen will be fit enough to perform this week, the season came to a premature end yesterday for a running back whose brief career has been haunted by injuries.Second-year tailback Jay Graham, a third-round draft pick out of Tennessee who has shown flashes of brilliance, had arthroscopic knee surgery yesterday and is out for the remainder of the season. Graham probably will be placed on injured reserve this week.Graham, 25, has been bothered for nearly two months with a torn posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, and has spent the last seven games on the inactive list.
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By John Eisenberg | August 29, 1998
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Jay Graham made his fourth straight start in the Ravens' 14-6 exhibition victory over the Giants last night.Time's up.Errict Rhett, not Graham, should start at halfback when the Ravens open the regular season against the Steelers in eight days.Rhett is more experienced, more accomplished, and had a much better preseason.It's an obvious call, a no-brainer, but Ravens coach Ted Marchibroda said after last night's game that Graham would start against the Steelers.Huh?
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | November 29, 1997
COLLEGE PARK -- "Return to glory" was their goal, "whatever it takes" their mantra.What it took for fourth-ranked Wilde Lake's fifth state championship, and first since 1992, were two trick offensive plays and two final-quarter defensive stands.Wilde Lake's 7-0 Class 3A victory over Frederick's Thomas Johnson at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium yesterday produced a cornucopia of memorable achievements.It gave the Wildecats (13-0) their third undefeated season. It made the Columbia team a perfect 5-for-5 in state championship games.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 9, 1996
PITTSBURGH -- Beginning with coach Ted Marchibroda, the Ravens said yesterday's 31-17 drubbing by the Pittsburgh Steelers did not come down to one play -- namely a fumble that running back Earnest Hunter lost on Pittsburgh's goal line with 5: 09 left and the Ravens trailing by two touchdowns.Yet, on a day when the Ravens made enough mistakes to put themselves in a deep hole, Hunter's miscue doused any hopes of a dramatic comeback.It happened at the end of the Ravens' first solid drive of the second half, one that began on the Ravens' 26 with 9: 50 left.
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