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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2013
Maryland's pursuit of a four-star center in the 2014 class is continuing this spring. Terps Recruiting caught up this week with Trayvon Reed , a 7-foot, 200-pound rising senior from Snellville, Ga . Reed says the schools standing out to him are "Florida, Auburn, Alabama, Tennessee, Florida State, Maryland and many others," but notes that he doesn't have a specific timeframe for making a decision. He told Rivals.com's Alex Kline last month that he plans to make his decision sometime next spring.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2013
Maryland's pursuit of a four-star center in the 2014 class is continuing this spring. Terps Recruiting caught up this week with Trayvon Reed , a 7-foot, 200-pound rising senior from Snellville, Ga . Reed says the schools standing out to him are "Florida, Auburn, Alabama, Tennessee, Florida State, Maryland and many others," but notes that he doesn't have a specific timeframe for making a decision. He told Rivals.com's Alex Kline last month that he plans to make his decision sometime next spring.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2013
Sunny Odogwu made a big impression on St. Frances' football team during the fall of 2011, but it was his first year of organized football and the Nigeria native needed a little more time to develop his skills before heading into a top-notch college program. After graduating from St. Frances, Odogwu spent last fall at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., honing his skills and drawing more and more attention from college coaches. At 6 feet 9, 315 pounds, the offensive tackle had more than 30 offers.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | March 1, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - They left Washington as friendly rivals, respecting each other's talents and having formed a bond from summer camps and scouting combines. They reunited as teammates briefly, first at the University of New Mexico and later at a junior college In Iowa. They are now back together, "like brothers" they say, hoping to help revive a Maryland football team that has won just six games in Randy Edsall's first two seasons. Each could play a significant role under offensive coordinator Mike Locksley, the coach and confidante who has figured in their lives for years.
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By Matt Bracken, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2012
Tommy Brenton acknowledges he felt nervous the last time he took the floor at Comcast Center. It was the spring of 2007, and the senior forward had led his River Hill basketball team to the Class 3A state championship game. With a Maryland grad and "big Terps basketball fan" for a father, Brenton grew up dreaming of the day he'd play on the same court where he watched Gary Williams-coached teams grind out victories. On Friday, more than five-and-a-half years after leading the Hawks to their first boys basketball state title, Brenton will make his long-awaited return to Comcast Center, only this time the anxiety of a high school senior will be replaced by the confidence of a 23-year-old graduate student.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | March 1, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - They left Washington as friendly rivals, respecting each other's talents and having formed a bond from summer camps and scouting combines. They reunited as teammates briefly, first at the University of New Mexico and later at a junior college In Iowa. They are now back together, "like brothers" they say, hoping to help revive a Maryland football team that has won just six games in Randy Edsall's first two seasons. Each could play a significant role under offensive coordinator Mike Locksley, the coach and confidante who has figured in their lives for years.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2012
To Stony Brook fans, Tommy Brenton is an irreplaceable forward almost maniacally obsessed with winning. To supporters of other America East schools, Brenton's like an 80's-era pro wrestling heel, relishing their taunting signage and thriving on their verbal barbs. And to at least one former assistant coach in the conference, Brenton is simply "a pain in the a--" to play against. “I think that's a great sign of respect if they hate playing against me, but [would] love having me on their team,” said Brenton, the reigning America East Defensive Player of the Year.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | March 8, 2012
Andre Collins comes home from work at around 7 p.m. and is greeted enthusiastically by his fiancée, Ashley, and their 10-month-old son, Andre Jr. For the rest of the night, the Collins family enjoys each other's company in a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, fully furnished apartment that is paid for by Andre's employer. The next morning Collins bids his family goodbye, hops into his company car and begins his drive through Caserta - a picturesque city in Southern Italy nestled at the foot of the Campanian Subapennine mountains.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 18, 2001
A trio of All-Metro basketball players will join North Carolina recruit Melvin Scott (Southern-Baltimore) in representing the metro area against a team of national standouts in the first Baltimore Charm City Challenge on April 28. Jai Lewis of Aberdeen, Darshan Luckey of Southern-Baltimore, and Kenny Minor of Dunbar are three of the 11 area players coached by Mike Daniel of Towson Catholic. Game time is 8:15 p.m. The national team will be led by a pair of Maryland-bound recruits: Andre Collins of Virginia and Mike Grinnon of New York.
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August 4, 1992
Services for Frederick A. Culver, contracts manager for the Aerospace Divisions of the Westinghouse Electric Corp. in the Baltimore area, will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Harry H. Witzke Funeral Home, 4112 Columbia Pike in Ellicott City.Mr. Culver, who was 49, died Sunday of cancer at his home in Ellicott City.With Westinghouse for 29 years, he was a former president of the local unit of the National Contracts Management Association. The Catonsville native was a graduate of the Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., and attended the University of Baltimore.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2013
Sunny Odogwu made a big impression on St. Frances' football team during the fall of 2011, but it was his first year of organized football and the Nigeria native needed a little more time to develop his skills before heading into a top-notch college program. After graduating from St. Frances, Odogwu spent last fall at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., honing his skills and drawing more and more attention from college coaches. At 6 feet 9, 315 pounds, the offensive tackle had more than 30 offers.
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By Matt Bracken, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2012
Tommy Brenton acknowledges he felt nervous the last time he took the floor at Comcast Center. It was the spring of 2007, and the senior forward had led his River Hill basketball team to the Class 3A state championship game. With a Maryland grad and "big Terps basketball fan" for a father, Brenton grew up dreaming of the day he'd play on the same court where he watched Gary Williams-coached teams grind out victories. On Friday, more than five-and-a-half years after leading the Hawks to their first boys basketball state title, Brenton will make his long-awaited return to Comcast Center, only this time the anxiety of a high school senior will be replaced by the confidence of a 23-year-old graduate student.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2012
To Stony Brook fans, Tommy Brenton is an irreplaceable forward almost maniacally obsessed with winning. To supporters of other America East schools, Brenton's like an 80's-era pro wrestling heel, relishing their taunting signage and thriving on their verbal barbs. And to at least one former assistant coach in the conference, Brenton is simply "a pain in the a--" to play against. “I think that's a great sign of respect if they hate playing against me, but [would] love having me on their team,” said Brenton, the reigning America East Defensive Player of the Year.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | March 8, 2012
Andre Collins comes home from work at around 7 p.m. and is greeted enthusiastically by his fiancée, Ashley, and their 10-month-old son, Andre Jr. For the rest of the night, the Collins family enjoys each other's company in a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, fully furnished apartment that is paid for by Andre's employer. The next morning Collins bids his family goodbye, hops into his company car and begins his drive through Caserta - a picturesque city in Southern Italy nestled at the foot of the Campanian Subapennine mountains.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH | March 22, 2006
Former Randallstown standout Melvin Alaeze is still trying to meet NCAA academic standards so he can join Maryland's football team this summer, his former high school coach said yesterday. Alaeze, an All-Metro defensive end who attended prep school at Hargrave Military Academy, will retake the SAT next month, but that score might become less significant if the NCAA clearinghouse determines his grade point average to be higher than the initial paperwork indicated. Albert Howard, Alaeze's coach at Randallstown, said there was a discrepancy between the grading systems at Calvert Hall and Randallstown.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 30, 2005
Melvin Alaeze, a highly rated defensive lineman from Randallstown who signed with Maryland in February, failed to meet academic qualifications and will head to a prep school next month. Alaeze, a 6-foot-2, 280-pound defensive end, learned of his predicament shortly after he graduated from high school in late May. He said yesterday that he'd been unable to reach the required score on the SAT. "I'd been working on it and I'd been getting closer to it," he said, "but it didn't work out." Instead of enrolling at College Park, he's headed to Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., where former Mount St. Joseph star and current Terrapin Keon Lattimore studied before going to Maryland.
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