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September 14, 2011
The Harford Tech Cobras won convincingly Wednesday evening, bumping off the host-team Joppatowne Mariners, 5-0. The Cobras scored three of their five tallies in the first half. Lyndsey Endlich was the driving force behind the Harford Tech victory, scoring twice and handing out one assist. Cat Roxas and Tyler Bethke both posted one goal and one assist, while Raquel Hockaday netted a single goal in the victory. There was a wide gulf between the number of penalty corners each team had: 19 for tech versus one for Joppatowne.
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September 29, 2014
In a light day in boys volleyball Friday Fallston beat Harford Tech, 3-1, and North Harford beat Bel Air, 3-0. The Cougars lost the first set, 25-16, but battled back to take the next three, 25-19, 25-15 and 25-18. Leading the way was Conner Newcomb with 32 assists and three blocks. Garret Krug and Austin Hale each had 15 kills, and Jake Richards, Ryan Constatine and Matt Clafee had a total nine kills. Also contributing to the win were Matt Shapiro, Dalton Chenoworth and Collin Copper.
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By From Sun staff reports | April 30, 2010
Right-hander Bobby Ruse threw the first perfect game of his high school career to lead top-ranked C. Milton Wright's baseball team past visiting Harford Tech, 12-0, on Thursday. Ruse (6-0) struck out 11. "He's been pitching good games all year," said C. Milton Wright head coach Tony Blackburn. "Today, he was on. They couldn't catch up to this fastball." He added, "I knew if he brought his good stuff, he could shut them down, and he did." Ryan Corn hit a two-run double in the first for the Mustangs (15-0)
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From Sun staff reports | May 5, 2014
Alexis Lyttle had 11 strikeouts as No. 9 North Harford (13-4) shut out Havre de Grace, 7-0, in Harford County softball Monday. The visiting Hawks were led by Julianne Caughron ,who went 3-for-4 with a home run. In addition, Kaitlin Horsey and Krista Hiser both were 3-for-4 at the plate. No. 14 Bel Air 8, Harford Tech 0: Also in Harford County action, Rayn Gibson was the winning pitcher, giving up four hits and striking out eight. Atholton 9, Marriotts Ridge 0: Pitcher Alex Herschman earned her ninth win of the season, allowing two hits and recording nine strikeouts as the Raiders beat the host Mustangs in Howard County league action.
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Editorial from The Aegis | March 25, 2014
Commentary is absolutely in order on last week's decision by the powers that be in the management of the high school athletics programs in Harford and Cecil counties to do away with the upper vs. lower division so-called title games. But what to say? One possibility: It's about time. After all, had the practice been done away with after the first season or two of the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference, maybe the odd custom could have been chalked up to a paperwork mistake in devising the league.
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From Sun staff reports | April 15, 2014
Harford Tech baseball defeated No. 5 North Harford, 9-3, in a Harford County league baseball game Monday. The visiting Cobras pounded out 14 hits, 11 of them coming off starter Brian Shaffer, who allowed seven runs while walking two and striking out seven for the Hawks (10-2). A.J. Borg led Harford with two doubles and three RBIs, going 3-for-4. Tyler Mister and Justin Smith also were 3-for-4, while Jeremy Brown went 3-5 with two triples. No. 8 Archbishop Curley 5, Broadneck 4: Third baseman Marty Costes had a banner day for the host Friars (9-6)
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From Sun staff reports | May 16, 2012
No. 8-ranked Patterson Mill outscored No. 14 Harford Tech 8-1 through the first four innings, cruising to a 15-4 victory Tuesday in the second round of the Class 2A East baseball playoffs. The visiting Huskies outhit the Cobras 17-7 and scored six runs in the last two innings. Matt Golczewski went 5-for-6 with four RBIs, five runs and three doubles. Patterson Mill faces Rising Sun or Fallston in the quarterfinals. Archbishop Curley 3, Gilman 1: The Friars took a 2-1 lead in the first inning and would not look back, defeating the host No. 1-seed Greyhounds in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoffs.
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By Glenn Graham | November 22, 2009
The Loch Raven girls soccer team did everything that was needed to bring home the Class 1A state championship against Harford Tech on Saturday afternoon at UMBC Stadium. The Raiders got the all-important first goal from sophomore midfielder Kayla Toole late in the first half and then stayed persistent the rest of the way to make sure it would hold. The result was a 1-0 win over Harford Tech for the program's sixth state title and first since 2003. After the Loch Raven girls' victory, the Raiders boys defeated Pocomoke, 3-2 in overtime, at UMBC.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | January 9, 1994
The recent Harford Tech numbers fairly screamed for attention: A 5-1 record, with one player getting 35 points in successive games to raise his county-leading scoring average to 28.3.Last year, with three of the current starters in the starting lineup, Tech lost its first 11 games and ended with only six wins.Scoring leader Kelly Turner, a 6-foot-2 senior from Edgewood, is only part of this season's winning equation.He is joined by the other returning starters, junior Lechea Johns, the third member of an Edgewood family to star for the Cobras in recent years, and sophomore Pete Surette, a 5-10 guard from Aberdeen.
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By From Staff Reports | April 29, 1993
Juniors Molly Bole and Laurie Giorno combined for a no-hitter yesterday, as John Carroll (8-1, 2-0) defeated Harford Tech (0-6, 0-2), 15-4, in a Harford County League softball game.Both pitchers went three innings. Kelly Barnes, Katie Nietubicz and Amity Torbitt had two RBI each for John Carroll.
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From Sun staff reports | April 15, 2014
Harford Tech baseball defeated No. 5 North Harford, 9-3, in a Harford County league baseball game Monday. The visiting Cobras pounded out 14 hits, 11 of them coming off starter Brian Shaffer, who allowed seven runs while walking two and striking out seven for the Hawks (10-2). A.J. Borg led Harford with two doubles and three RBIs, going 3-for-4. Tyler Mister and Justin Smith also were 3-for-4, while Jeremy Brown went 3-5 with two triples. No. 8 Archbishop Curley 5, Broadneck 4: Third baseman Marty Costes had a banner day for the host Friars (9-6)
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Editorial from The Aegis | March 25, 2014
Commentary is absolutely in order on last week's decision by the powers that be in the management of the high school athletics programs in Harford and Cecil counties to do away with the upper vs. lower division so-called title games. But what to say? One possibility: It's about time. After all, had the practice been done away with after the first season or two of the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference, maybe the odd custom could have been chalked up to a paperwork mistake in devising the league.
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By Matt Hamilton and The Baltimore Sun | March 16, 2014
When Kyle Denmyer was 9 months old, his father, Roger, taped down the pedal of the boy's new Fisher-Price Dodge Power Wheels car so he could ride it continuously. When Kyle's mother, Tammy, came home from work that night, she saw Kyle and his new toy. He was doing circles in the driveway. “That was his first time on wheels, when he was 9 months old,” Tammy said. “Kyle was always into something with wheels and a motor.” Kyle said there was never a time he didn't want to ride his Power Wheels.
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Editorial from The Aegis | March 6, 2014
Last spring, the Harford Tech girls lacrosse team had a good season, so good they ended up as the top team in the Susquehanna Division of the Harford and Cecil high school athletic league known as the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference. It's a pretty big deal in the world of high school athletics because lacrosse in these parts is a rather competitive sport. Then again, being No. 1 at anything in high school is something to be proud of. The 2013 Harford Tech girls lacrosse team has something else to be proud of, though.
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December 4, 2013
Player, School, Position, Grade Rachel Baca, North Harford, Midfield, Sr. Tyler Bethke, Harford Tech, Midfield, Sr. Jenna Caldwell, Fallston, Forward, Sr. Mariel Castronova, Patterson Mill, Midfield, Sr. Jenny Eckert, CMW, Midfield, Sr. Jaelyn Felts, Patterson Mill, Defense, Sr. Maggie Gallagher, CMW, Defense, Sr. Linnea Gonzales, Patterson Mill, Midfield, Jr. Maddie Hedrick, Patterson Mill, Goalie, Sr. Lindsay...
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Editorial from The Aegis | November 5, 2013
It's hard to exaggerate just how much of an accomplishment it was for the Harford Tech girls soccer team to beat C. Milton Wright two weeks ago to win the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference championship. Most definitely both teams were evenly matched insofar as they were both made up of high school girls from Harford County, but numbers of players never tell the whole story when it comes to athletic success. That's why, despite having the same salary caps and same size rosters, some NFL teams are good year in and year out, while others seem to struggle through each season.
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By BILL FREE | October 15, 2006
Harford Tech senior Mike Pistorio has used his four years as a starting midfielder to help build tradition at the school. Pistorio has been noted for his distribution of the ball at midfield, and he also has a strong defensive reputation. He was a first-team All-Harford County selection last season and is studying sports medicine in one of his courses. What is your most exciting goal at Harford Tech? I guess it came as a freshman when I was playing against Perryville. I had a left-footed chip shot from 20 yards that scored.
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January 14, 2007
Harford Tech junior forward Malik Mack, 6 feet 1, is averaging 10 rebounds, along with eight points, even though he has been playing organized basketball for only two years. "He's sort of like a pogo stick," coach Bill Jones said. "He'll jump three or four times, because he's playing against guys 6-4 and 6-6, and then he'll keep jumping and tip the ball to himself." Mack carries a 3.8 grade point average and is a peer tutor and a member of the National Honor Society. He also serves on the student council and wants to attend Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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June 4, 2013
They've waited 13 years for this day to finally come - Graduation Day. For the hundreds of members of the Class of 2013 in Harford's public and private schools, it's the end to 13 years of hard work and the beginning of something new, whether it be full-time employment, going off to college or joining the military. One chapter of their lives is closing, another just starting. Students at John Archer, Harford Christian and John Carroll schools and Aberdeen, Bel Air and C. Milton Wright high schools have already accepted their diplomas.
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Editorial from The Aegis | May 14, 2013
It's time for the adults who lead the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference to do the grown-up thing and end the David vs. Goliath farces to determine conference champions. Here's a quick recap of last week's action: Officials stripped the Harford Tech girls lacrosse team of its Susquehanna Division championship and suspended its coach after they decided last week to not play C. Milton Wright, the Chesapeake Division champions, in the UCBAC conference championship game. The UCBAC, as the conference is most commonly known, consists of all the public high schools in Harford and Cecil counties divided into two divisions to compete for championships in almost all sports; football is a notable exception.
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