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Editorial from The Aegis | December 26, 2013
The term "structural deficit" seems to have crept into fairly common usage among some people who work in bureaucracies. In Maryland state government, it has been part of the parlance for going on a dozen or more years. It rose to prominence when the governor and the General Assembly started looking at the relationship between projected tax income and anticipated spending growth in various programs and came to the conclusion that program expenses were growing more quickly than state tax revenues.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | July 15, 2014
Dr. James W. McCauley was sworn in July 1 at the Harford County courthouse as a new member of the Harford Community College Board of Trustees, serving as representative for county council District F. The HCC board also announced the re-election of Dr. James J. Valdes as chairman and Richard D. Norling as vice chairman. McCauley, a Havre de Grace resident, earned a B.S. in geology from St. Joseph's College in Indiana and an M.S. in mineralogy and Ph.D. in solid state science (crystallography)
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Aegis staff report | August 27, 2013
Harford Community College's Jason Muffoletto earned his 100th career victory as head coach of the Harford women's soccer program on Sunday. The Fighting Owls defeated Community College of Rhode Island, 3-2, in the 2013 season opener. Muffoletto's 100th victory on the sideline comes in the first match of his 10th season at the helm. The Fighting Owls never trailed and led by two goals at two different points in the first half, but the milestone win was not secured until the final minute, when a Rhode Island penalty kick rolled wide with 20 seconds remaining.
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April 29, 2014
The CCBC-Essex Knights men's lacrosse team won the Region XX NJCAA Championship on Sunday at Howard Community, beating Anne Arundel CC, 12-4. The Knights defeated Harford CC, 16-15, in Friday's semifinal round. Several Essex players are Harford residents. They are, from left, Ben Linkous, St. Paul's High; Jake Brown, John Carroll; Parker Jones, Bel Air; Tyler Utz, Bel Air; Dan Fleagle, Bel Air; Matt Bollinger, C. Milton Wright; Ben Richards, Bel Air; Joel Linkous, North Harford; and John Heaps, North Harford.
SPORTS
January 26, 1991
Adrienne Boatwright led all scorers with 22 and Marla Hill contributed 20 yesterday to lead the Community College of Baltimore (4-12) to a 69-35 defeat of Harford Community College. Laura Daugherty finished with 13 and Jamie Jacobs added 12 yesterday to pace Harford.HARFORD CC (35) -- Gilmore 2, Daugherty 13, Jacobs 12, Daniel 4, Nelson 4. Totals: 9 5-6 35.CCB (69) -- Hill 20, Williams 8, Boatwright 22, Byrd 10, Miles 2, Gee 5. Totals: 26 9-13 69.Halftime--CCB 32-17. Three-point goals--H 4 (Jacobs 4)
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | January 8, 1995
Scott Hunsinger, the men's head basketball coach at Harford Community College, knew it was going to be tough, but he didn't think it would be 0-9 tough.That's what the team's record fell to when it lost to Essex CC, 97-79, Friday. Sophomore Tykell Johns (Harford Tech) was the high scorer for HCC with 29.Harford's roster has ranged between seven and nine players, and Hunsinger can't be sure how many will show up for a practice or game. Compounding the problem is the new job the coach started last week in Baltimore, which means assistants LTC Joe Berry and Mike Jones may be called upon to run some practices.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | October 11, 1992
The announcement of Randy McMillan's induction into the Harford Community College Athletic Hall of Fame sent the memory waves humming . . . North Harford High School, Harford CC, University of Pittsburgh, the Colts (both varieties).Then, there were career-ending injuries when he was struck by a car on York Road, and one of the area's better-known athletes slipped out of the professional sports spotlight."The Hall of Fame ceremony was very special to me, as a player and a person," McMillan said of the school's inaugural honors program for former athletes.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | October 25, 1992
Success is often measurable only in the eye of the beholder.There may not be dramatic improvement in a team's record or an individual's statistics, but there are still positives on which to build.That's the way it is with the men's soccer team at Harford Community College.Last year, Kevin Cromwell's first year as head coach, the team went 1-15, often going scoreless, and losing most of its games by five or six goals.This year, there has been a dramatic improvement in the talent and the caliber of play.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | December 17, 1994
Shondray Burnham and Tessa Nelson (Walbrook) each scored 16 points as visiting Baltimore City Community College (3-1) defeated Harford CC (1-4), 57-33, yesterday in a Maryland JUCO League game.
SPORTS
October 9, 1993
Junior midfielder David Gallant scored the game-winner 1 minutes into the second half as host Marymount (3-7) edged Western Maryland, 1-0, yesterday.* Essex CC 4, PGCC 3: Antonio Celenza scored three goals, including the game-winner in overtime, as Essex Community College downed Prince George's Community College in a Maryland JuCo game.* Montgomery-Rockville 3, Harford CC 1: Mike Dempsey scored the lone goal for Harford CC (4-3-1) in its loss to visiting Montgomery-Rockville.
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Editorial from The Aegis | December 26, 2013
The term "structural deficit" seems to have crept into fairly common usage among some people who work in bureaucracies. In Maryland state government, it has been part of the parlance for going on a dozen or more years. It rose to prominence when the governor and the General Assembly started looking at the relationship between projected tax income and anticipated spending growth in various programs and came to the conclusion that program expenses were growing more quickly than state tax revenues.
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Aegis staff report | August 27, 2013
Harford Community College's Jason Muffoletto earned his 100th career victory as head coach of the Harford women's soccer program on Sunday. The Fighting Owls defeated Community College of Rhode Island, 3-2, in the 2013 season opener. Muffoletto's 100th victory on the sideline comes in the first match of his 10th season at the helm. The Fighting Owls never trailed and led by two goals at two different points in the first half, but the milestone win was not secured until the final minute, when a Rhode Island penalty kick rolled wide with 20 seconds remaining.
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Sports Digest | June 28, 2012
Colleges Loyola men 10th, women 44th in Capital One Cup The Loyola athletic department tied for 10th in the Men's Capital One Cup, and tied for 44th in the women's standings, for the 2011-2012 academic year. Bolstered by their NCAA men's lacrosse championship, the Greyhounds totaled 60 points to finish tied with North Dakota State on the men's side. Loyola and the Bison, who won the 2011 NCAA Football Championship Series title, were the highest finishers by schools not affiliated with Bowl Championship Series conferences.
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By Sports Digest | November 13, 2010
Boxing Lewis, trainer of city fighters for six decades, dies at 92 Mack Lewis , a boxing trainer who worked with thousands of fighters in Baltimore over six decades, died Friday night at Good Samaritan Hospital, his nephew, Elmer Johnson , said. Lewis had just turned 92. Lewis, who grew up near Patterson Park and played football at Morgan State, began running Mickey O'Donnell 's Broadway Gym in the 1940s. He trained fighters of all ages and abilities at that facility until his supporters helped him move to a state-of-the-art gym on Bond Street.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg, The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2010
From the time he could walk, Devonte Bundley never felt more alive then those moments when he held a basketball in his large hands. Countless hours of his youth were burned up in his parents' Bel Air driveway, gripping a ball and staring up at the rim. He yearned to dunk as much as any boy has ever yearned for anything, friends and family said, and so when it finally happened — when he finally soared high enough and flushed the ball cleanly through...
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By Sports Digest | October 3, 2010
Junior colleges Harford CC men's basketball player dead; games canceled A men's basketball player at Harford Community College died Friday night after the team's first practice, a spokesperson said Saturday. The college is not releasing the name of the player, who was a freshman, because it wants to allow his family time to inform other relatives of his death. A news release posted on the school's website offered no details on who the player was or how he died. Harford canceled all sports events and practices this weekend.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | January 7, 1995
Kara Reed had 14 points, five steals and three assists to lead host Frostburg State to a 65-52 victory over Delaware Valley last night in the Stangels Tournament.The Bobcats held Delaware Valley to 26 percent shooting in the second half. Kim McMorris grabbed 12 rebounds for Frostburg State, which had a 46-34 rebounding margin.Frostburg State plays Pittsburgh-Bradford for the title today.* Essex CC 54, Harford CC 47: Tina Lotz and Ericka Payne each scored 15 as Essex Community College (2-4)
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By From Staff Reports | December 1, 1994
Jo-Jo Chambers scored a game-high 36 points, leading Christopher Newport to a 108-93 victory over Salisbury State in Newport News, Va., last night.* Kyle Jefferson (Hammond) led Salisbury (1-2) with 28.* Catonsville CC 105, Harford CC 94: Ron Alston's 19 points and 17 rebounds led host Catonsville Community College (3-1) by Harford CC (0-1).* Essex CC 95, Prince George's CC 79: Walter Wright's 32 led Essex (3-2).* Garrett CC 70, Anne Arundel CC 63: Oliver Jones scored 20 to lead visiting Garrett Communitty College (5-1)
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | November 5, 1995
Sophomore All-Americans Pam Gauss and Susan Mackley combined for two goals and two assists, as Harford Community College defeated Dean Junior College, 2-0, for the 20th annual National Junior College Athletic Association field hockey championship in Bel Air yesterday."
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | October 30, 1995
Trisha Hudson, a freshman from North East, had two goals and an assist, helping Harford Community College (11-2) rout visiting Ocean County College (7-6), 3-0, in the Southern Division championship game of the National Junior College Athletic Association field hockey tournament in Bel Air yesterday.The win gives the Owls the home field for Saturday's championship game (1 p.m.) against Northern Division winner Herkimer County (N.Y.) CC, which defeated Dean Junior College.An excellent defensive effort, led by sophomore Lisa Fotia (Edgewood)
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