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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | April 25, 2001
The truth of it was, Pat Beal refused to let it happen again. Too many times, over too many lacrosse seasons, Glenelg had taken Centennial's best punch and never recovered. In the Gladiators' history, they'd only managed to beat the Eagles five times, and No. 6 certainly didn't look promising when Centennial grabbed an early 4-1 lead yesterday. But Beal, an emotionally charged junior attackman, helped lead a furious second-half rally with two goals and two assists as Glenelg knocked off Centennial, 8-6. "This win was so huge for us today," Beal said.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 18, 1991
PITTSBURGH -- Charles Mann calls it a "warehouse move," Jumpy Geathers calls it "The Forklift" and the Washington Redskins yesterday called it a godsend.Playing without Mann, their top pass rusher, the Redskins' defensive line sacked Pittsburgh's Neil O'Donnell five times and pressured him throughout a 41-14 rout of the Steelers.Leading the charge was Geathers, a 6-foot-7, 290-pound reserve defensive tackle whose biggest contribution to most games is to supply inside pressure on the quarterback.
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By Rich Scherr | November 3, 1991
In past years, last night would have marked the end of the soccer season for Towson High. After all, the Generals had advanced to the regional final the past two seasons only to watch the post-game celebration from the bench.Kathy Hanson's goal gave Severna Park a 1-0 halftime lead.
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December 21, 1992
Host Loyola (5-2, 1-0) increased a 13-point halftime lead to 23 points by the fourth quarter and the Dons -- paced by senior forward Wes Unseld's 19 points and eight rebounds -- rolled to a 57-36 win over St. Maria Goretti of Hagerstown (5-3, 0-1) in a Catholic League game. Junior forward Tim O'Hara added 12.
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By From Staff Reports | November 30, 1993
Mike Jarvis led all scorers with 31 points as visiting Montgomery-Rockville Junior College posted a 94-87 win over Anne Arundel Community College (1-3, 1-2) in a Maryland JuCo League game yesterday.Montgomery-Rockville built a 14-point halftime lead before the Pioneers rallied. Antonie Noble added 15 for the Knights. Freshman forward Vernon Osborne led Anne Arundel with 19.
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By From Staff Reports | December 18, 1994
CAMDEN, N.J. -- Nicole Mamula (Laurel) scored 25 and Ashanta Sellers (Largo) added 18 to help Frederick Community College defeat Camden County CC, 97-52, yesterday in women's college basketball.Frederick (5-1) built a 50-27 halftime lead en route to the win.Krista Przybylski led Camden (5-3) with 12. Frederick's Carmen George had 13. Frederick plays host to Union today.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 19, 1996
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Forward Terquin Mott scored 22 points to help Coppin State (7-7) to a 71-55 victory over Bethune-Cookman (4-8) last night in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game.Reggie Welch added 19 points for the Eagles, who shot 54 percent (14 of 26) in the first half to jump out to a 36-22 halftime lead. Bethune-Cookman shot 38 percent for the game.
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December 17, 1997
Kyle Pompey scored a game-high 30 points and his team shot 31-for-53 from the line as host City (4-0) scored an upset victory over No. 14-ranked Douglass (2-3) yesterday, 78-66. Pompey shot 9-for-17 from the line, the same figure for the entire Ducks squad. City built a 30-18 halftime lead and Douglass never seriously threatened in the second half. Pub Date: 12/17/97
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 30, 2005
Ellie Keener, Erin LaMotte and Katie Falatach each scored three goals to push the Mount St. Mary's women's lacrosse team past visiting Wagner, 16-5, in the Northeast Conference semifinals yesterday. The Mount (12-5) built a 10-1 halftime lead to move to its third straight NEC final. Tomorrow at noon it will host Monmouth, which beat Quinnipiac, 11-5.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Staff Writer | October 30, 1994
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- If Penn State failed to maintain its No. 1 ranking yesterday, at least the Nittany Lions affirmed their place as a national championship contender and established themselves as the undisputed kings of the Big Ten.Penn State also left an indelible bruise on an Ohio State team that thought it could disrupt the Lions' homecoming party. The Lions, who have made a habit of abusing opponents with the nation's best offense, produced their most jaw-dropping exhibition of the season against the 21st-ranked Buckeyes.
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