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By Bill Free | November 8, 1990
The Baltimore Blast is bringing in former Dallas Sidekicks backup goalkeeper Hank Henry for a one-day tryout today.Blast coach Kenny Cooper wouldn't speculate on the chances Henry would be signed as a replacement for Scoop Stanisic, but Blast assistant general manager Drew Forrester said, "It's a possibility.""If he [Henry] fits in with the team, there's a chance he'll be offered a contract," Forrester said.Asked whether Stanisic would be released if Henry is signed, Forrester said, "That could happen."
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Player .. .. .. .. .. This yearJoe Barger . . . . . .Local businessRichard Chinapoo . . .DallasDominic Feltham . . . Ret. to EnglandChris Haywood . . . . IndefiniteHank Henry . . . . . .DallasScott Manning . . . . Asst., Loyola CollegeDale Mitchell . . . . TacomaAngelo Panzetta . . . Harrisburg, NPSLBruce Savage . . . . .U.S. National teamChris Simon . . . . . Local businessDavid Vaudreuil . . . Harrisburg, NPSLTim Wittman . . . . . San Diego
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October 18, 1991
Player .. .. .. .. .. This yearJoe Barger . . . . . .Local businessRichard Chinapoo . . .DallasDominic Feltham . . . Ret. to EnglandChris Haywood . . . . IndefiniteHank Henry . . . . . .DallasScott Manning . . . . Asst., Loyola CollegeDale Mitchell . . . . TacomaAngelo Panzetta . . . Harrisburg, NPSLBruce Savage . . . . .U.S. National teamChris Simon . . . . . Local businessDavid Vaudreuil . . . Harrisburg, NPSLTim Wittman . . . . . San Diego
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | March 1, 1991
Dallas coach Gordon Jago and his Sidekicks couldn't hide a sense of quiet satisfaction. They had come into the Arena, before a lively crowd of 9,093, to play a team in need of a victory.For a half, as Blast coach Kenny Cooper would say later, both teams looked more interested in making the Guinness Book of Records for most goals than in winning a Major Soccer League game.But before it was over, the Sidekicks would put together a rare team effort with a little luck to beat the Blast, 6-5."We're so close all the time, and lose," said Jago, whose team is 15-25 and all but mathematically out of the Western Division playoff hunt.
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January 5, 1991
Opponent: St. Louis StormSite: Baltimore Arena, 7:35 p.m.Radio: WCAO (600 AM)Tickets: 4,000 availableOutlook: MF Tim Wittman (right hip pointer) is expected to play after being out for six games. He practiced on his own yesterday, and he practiced with the team Thursday. G Hank Henry (sprained right ankle) is out. Baltimore is 2-0 against St. Louis this season and 9-0 since the Storm entered the MSL as an expansion team last season. Before last night's 10-8 victory over Cleveland, MF Preki (38 goals, 25 assists)
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By Sandra McKee | December 7, 1990
VS. WICHITA WINGS* WHEN: Tomorrow, 7:35 p.m.* WHERE: THE Arena.* RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.VS. TACOMA STARS* WHEN: Sunday, 6:05 p.m.* WHERE: The Arena.* RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: If the Blast (7-6) was scheduling the perfect opponent to play after a trip to England, Wichita might top the list. The Wings (6-9) have not won in Baltimore in seven straight tries.With the Stars, it's a different matter, however. Not only do they have the best record in the Western Division (8-5), but the Stars beat the Blast the last time out, 5-4, in Tacoma.
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By Bill Free | January 21, 1991
Chico Borja was back in Wichita, Kan., last night with a bruised right shoulder, but the show went on at the Baltimore Arena.The Baltimore Blast kicked the Wichita Wings around for 30 minutes and then held off a second-half rally for a 9-6 victory in a wild Major Soccer League encounter before 5,827.The win moved Baltimore (16-13) into a first-place tie with the Kansas City Comets (16-13) in the MSL Eastern Division.It is the first time this season Baltimore has shared first place with the Comets, who started 9-1. The Blast got within one game of Kansas City twice but fell back.
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By Bill Free | November 17, 1990
Domenic Mobilio has broken out of a slump, backup goalkeeper Hank Henry is on a roll and little Billy Ronson is making big waves in the Major Soccer League scoring race.That is the state of the Baltimore Blast as it prepares to play the Tacoma Stars tonight (10:35) at the Tacoma Dome.Mobilio had been limited to two goals and two assists in four games before scoring twice in the Blast's 5-4 overtime victory over the Sockers on Thursday night in San Diego."Dom's never going to be shut out for very long," Blast coach Kenny Cooper said last night from Tacoma, Wash.
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By Bill Free | January 18, 1991
Scott Manning was forced to leave practice early yesterday because of recurring pain in his right knee and will not play this weekend against the Tacoma Stars and Wichita Wings at the Baltimore Arena.Manning, who has a sprained medial collateral ligament in the knee, had hoped to make it through practice yesterday with the help of a knee brace and possibly play tomorrow against the Stars or Sunday against Wichita.It would have been a quick one-week recovery for Manning from the injury that occurred last Friday night in Wichita in a 7-6 overtime loss to the Wings.
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By Bill Free | November 10, 1990
Wes Wade ruined Hank Henry's debut as a Baltimore Blast goalkeeper last night by poking in a shot from in front of the goal with three seconds left, giving the San Diego Sockers an 8-7 victory over the Baltimore Blast.Wade virtually picked the ball out of Henry's hands and pushed it into the net for his third goal of the evening before 7,423 at Baltimore Arena.It was only the second victory of the season for San Diego (2-5). The Blast (2-4) lost its second straight home game.Former Blast midfielder Paul Dougherty also scored three goals.
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By Bill Free | January 21, 1991
Chico Borja was back in Wichita, Kan., last night with a bruised right shoulder, but the show went on at the Baltimore Arena.The Baltimore Blast kicked the Wichita Wings around for 30 minutes and then held off a second-half rally for a 9-6 victory in a wild Major Soccer League encounter before 5,827.The win moved Baltimore (16-13) into a first-place tie with the Kansas City Comets (16-13) in the MSL Eastern Division.It is the first time this season Baltimore has shared first place with the Comets, who started 9-1. The Blast got within one game of Kansas City twice but fell back.
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By Bill Free | January 18, 1991
Scott Manning was forced to leave practice early yesterday because of recurring pain in his right knee and will not play this weekend against the Tacoma Stars and Wichita Wings at the Baltimore Arena.Manning, who has a sprained medial collateral ligament in the knee, had hoped to make it through practice yesterday with the help of a knee brace and possibly play tomorrow against the Stars or Sunday against Wichita.It would have been a quick one-week recovery for Manning from the injury that occurred last Friday night in Wichita in a 7-6 overtime loss to the Wings.
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By Bill Free | January 7, 1991
Billy Ronson was a smash with everyone Saturday night at the Baltimore Arena.The cheerleaders liked him because he made their job easier by imploring the fans to make some noise in the fourth quarter. The crowd loved him when he won the game in overtime with a 35-foot shot. The Baltimore Blast players and coaches admired his spunk as the sixth attacker in a four-goal rally in the fourth quarter, and his wife, Julie, was all smiles as Ronson presented her with two dozen red carnations after a 7-6 victory over the St. Louis Storm.
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January 5, 1991
Opponent: St. Louis StormSite: Baltimore Arena, 7:35 p.m.Radio: WCAO (600 AM)Tickets: 4,000 availableOutlook: MF Tim Wittman (right hip pointer) is expected to play after being out for six games. He practiced on his own yesterday, and he practiced with the team Thursday. G Hank Henry (sprained right ankle) is out. Baltimore is 2-0 against St. Louis this season and 9-0 since the Storm entered the MSL as an expansion team last season. Before last night's 10-8 victory over Cleveland, MF Preki (38 goals, 25 assists)
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By Bill Free | December 28, 1990
Rusty Troy beat the snowstorm to the Baltimore Arena, then went out and beat the Kansas City Comets with a hat trick last night.Troy arrived at the Arena at 3:30 p.m. for some extra pregame practice, and it paid off. He scored the first two goals of the game to get the Blast started toward a 6-4 victory.The win came 24 hours after Baltimore was blitzed, 10-4, by Kansas City at Kemper Arena. It enabled the Blast (11-10) to again move within a game of the first-place Comets (12-9) in the Major Soccer League's Eastern Division.
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By Bill Free | December 19, 1990
Baltimore Blast coach Kenny Cooper said yesterday that he has no plans to change the Major Soccer League team's physical style despite mounting ankle and foot injuries."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | November 12, 1990
With the Blast leading the way, the Major Soccer League has a chance to become all things to all people.Like ice hockey? Get a load of Blast midfielder Mike Stankovic's forechecking technique.Like the fights? Check out the fisticuffs between Billy Ronson and Wichita's Chico Borja.How about wrestling? The move Wichita goalkeeper Kris Peat put on Blast rookie Chris Haywood, after Haywood pushed him, would have made Hulk Hogan proud.What about a great debate? Blast coach Kenny Cooper going one-on-one with ref Marty Templin got a near standing ovation from the 5,060 at the Arena last night.
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By Sandra McKee | December 7, 1990
VS. WICHITA WINGS* WHEN: Tomorrow, 7:35 p.m.* WHERE: THE Arena.* RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.VS. TACOMA STARS* WHEN: Sunday, 6:05 p.m.* WHERE: The Arena.* RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: If the Blast (7-6) was scheduling the perfect opponent to play after a trip to England, Wichita might top the list. The Wings (6-9) have not won in Baltimore in seven straight tries.With the Stars, it's a different matter, however. Not only do they have the best record in the Western Division (8-5), but the Stars beat the Blast the last time out, 5-4, in Tacoma.
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By Bill Free | December 5, 1990
Even the British fans cheered the Baltimore Blast in Manchester, England, yesterday after the visitors charged to a 6-1 indoor soccer victory over the home team, Oldham Athletic."
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