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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | May 9, 1994
Seventeen-year Centennial coach Mike Siegert describes junior midfielder Rob Hauff as "a throwback."Hauff puts the team before himself, comes ready to play or practice every day, even with nagging injuries, and stays late after practice.Hauff doesn't make fashion statements. He doesn't wear jewelry and doesn't care about what kind of practice clothes he wears.So when Siegert needed help at midfield this season, he knew that Hauff would be willing to make a sacrifice for the chance to lead his team to a second straight county championship.
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By Rick Belz | June 1, 1995
COACH OF THE YEAR* Warren Michael, Mount Hebron -- At the beginning of the season Mount Hebron was judged to be the third-best team in Howard County behind Centennial and Oakland Mills.By the end of the season the county champion Vikings (14-2) surpassed both those teams and narrowly missed winning the Class 3A/4A state championship, losing in overtime to Arundel, 12-11. Their only other loss was in overtime to Mount St. Joe, 9-8.His teams displayed discipline and intensity -- two elements that characterize his own personality.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Special to The Sun | October 16, 1994
Not often after a game does an imposing athlete admit he is physically hurting all over with such a gleeful grin on his face.However, Centennial senior running back Rob Hauff did just that after leading the Eagles (5-1, 2-1) to a 22-13 victory over visiting Hammond (3-3, 1-2) yesterday.Hauff's 243 rushing yards on 34 carries gave him 1,074 yards (on 141 carries) for the season, and his three rushing touchdowns increased his area-leading total to 19."Robbie's a machine," said Eagles coach Ed Holshue.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | April 14, 1995
Centennial lacrosse coach Mike Siegert calls this a mission season."We're on a mission to prove Howard County lacrosse belongs up there with the big boys. We want to win county, regional and state titles," he said.Sixth-ranked Centennial (7-1 overall, 3-0 league) took a big step toward a county title yesterday by dominating last season's nemesis, Oakland Mills, 14-8.The Scorpions were the only county team to beat the Eagles last season, and that loss motivated Centennial to play harder yesterday.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | September 22, 1994
Robbie Hauff is a quiet athlete who leads by example and doesn't complain. He plays with injuries. He's intense, serious and loyal. He works hard at running and weight training during the off-season, and he is a good student (3.0 GPA)."It's like you died and went to heaven to get a kid like this," Centennial football coach Ed Holshue said. "He has all the positive characteristics you could want, and is as respected by his peers as any kid could hope to be. He's making my job easy."Hauff, a senior tailback and monster back, already has 340 yards rushing on 60 carries.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | August 13, 1992
WBAL-TV (Channel 11) has a new man running its newsroom. News director Tom Hauff resigned and was replaced yesterday by associate news director David Roberts, according Phil Stolz, the station's general manager."
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By From Staff Reports | September 25, 1994
Robbie Hauff rushed for 211 yards and scored six touchdowns, leading Centennial past visiting North Carroll (0-3), 55-13, yesterday.Hauff opened the scoring with a 59-yard touchdown run, then later in the quarter, returned an interception 41 yards for another score. Hauff scored his third touchdown on a 11-yard run, giving Centennial a 27-0 lead.Victor Cullen 27, Mount Hebron 14Trenall Shelton rushed for 161 yards and three touchdowns, leading visiting Victor Cullen Academy of Frederick (3-0)
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September 27, 1994
Robbie HauffCentennialFootballHauff set single-game school records with 216 yards rushing and six touchdowns overall in just three quarters in a win over North Carroll. He rushed for four touchdowns, caught a 38-yard touchdown pass and ran back an interception 47 yards for a score.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | September 17, 1994
Centennial had too many offensive weapons for South Carroll's Miami defense and sent the Cavaliers south, 24-13, last night at South Carroll.The Eagles shed their image as a one-dimensional ground-control team, mixing the pass often with the run on the way to their second win in two starts.Centennial senior quarterback Brian Dowell threw the ball 12 times, completing nine for 102 yards, including a 28-yard touchdown pass to senior flanker Dominic Dinisio, softening the South Carroll defense up for tailback Robbie Hauff.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | May 14, 1994
Centennial's Joe Lowrance scored three goals for the first time this season as the Eagles defeated Mount Hebron, 7-4, in the Class 3A-4A West Region playoffs yesterday.But after the game Lowrance (18 goals, six assists), a junior midfielder, wanted to talk about Centennial's defense of Chris Cochran, Steve Puckett and Matt Rainwater."I don't think our defense gets enough credit," Lowrance said. "It keeps us in every game."The defense created some major problems for Mount Hebron (8-5) in the first half and allowed 13th-ranked Centennial (12-2)
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December 2, 1994
OFFENSIVE TEAM AT A GLANCECO-PLAYERS OF THE YEAR* Jake Daft, Oakland Mills, RB, Sr. -- A strong, slashing runner with deceptive quickness, Daft (6-feet-1, 190 pounds) punished tacklers with his power. He rushed for 1,412 yards on 179 carries and scored 18 touchdowns. He rushed for 2,145 yards over the past two seasons. Daft sparked the winning eight-play, 93-yard touchdown drive against Howard with runs of 8 and 14 yards. The 19-18 comeback victory gave Oakland Mills (8-3) its first county title since 1987.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | December 1, 1994
Dunbar running back Reggie Boyce is coming off his toughest game of the year.His 18-carry, 71-yard, one-touchdown performance in last weekend's 2A state semifinal 8-6 victory over Cambridge might be considered a good outing for an average ball carrier, but Boyce had been accustomed to more productive games."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | December 1, 1994
Dunbar running back Reggie Boyce is coming off his toughest game of the year.His 18-carry, 71-yard, one-touchdown performance in last weekend's 2A state semifinal 8-6 victory over Cambridge might be considered a good outing for an average ball carrier, but Boyce had been accustomed to more productive games."
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By From Staff Reports | October 23, 1994
Senior running back Robbie Hauff rushed 36 times for 202 yards and three touchdowns to lift host Centennial (6-1) past Glenelg, 34-27, yesterday.Gladiator quarterback Sean Lookingbill completed a 28-yard touchdown pass with about four minutes remaining to bring them to within six.But the point-after attempt failed, and the Gladiators (2-5) failed to recover the ensuing onsides kick.Lookingbill completed 11 of 23 passes for 112 yards and one touchdown.Howard 33, Mount Hebron 0Corey Curtis rushed for two touchdowns and DaLawn Parrish threw two touchdown passes to lead visiting and No. 8 Howard (6-1)
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By Rick Belz | October 21, 1994
TomorrowNo. 8 Howard (5-1) at Mount Hebron (0-6)Time: 1:30 p.m.Outlook: Lions coach John Quinn was pleased with his team's first shutout of the season, a 20-0 victory over Wilde Lake last week. Wilde Lake was held to 95 yards rushing and 55 yards passing. Howard QB DaLawn Parrish continues to do what he does best -- create big plays on crucial downs. Parrish threw touchdown passes of 23, 39 and 27 yards. RB Corey Curtis gained 72 yards on 17 carries and has 587 yards rushing. Mount Hebron continues to struggle, losing to Atholton, 38-0, last week.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Special to The Sun | October 16, 1994
Not often after a game does an imposing athlete admit he is physically hurting all over with such a gleeful grin on his face.However, Centennial senior running back Rob Hauff did just that after leading the Eagles (5-1, 2-1) to a 22-13 victory over visiting Hammond (3-3, 1-2) yesterday.Hauff's 243 rushing yards on 34 carries gave him 1,074 yards (on 141 carries) for the season, and his three rushing touchdowns increased his area-leading total to 19."Robbie's a machine," said Eagles coach Ed Holshue.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | September 10, 1994
Centennial running back Robbie Hauff knows better than anyone how well the Eagles' offensive line played in last night's season-opening game against Catonsville.Darting through gaping holes all night, the 6-foot senior amassed a career-high 172 yards on 32 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead his team to a 40-12 win over the Comets at Catonsville Community College.For Hauff, there's only one proper way to say thank you."I guess I have to go out now and buy them Big Gulps," said Hauff.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | January 1, 1992
The first major change in local television for the new year was confirmed yesterday, when WBAL-TV (Channel 11) said that Pat Minarcin will no longer be at the 11 p.m. anchor desk starting tomorrow."
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September 27, 1994
Robbie HauffCentennialFootballHauff set single-game school records with 216 yards rushing and six touchdowns overall in just three quarters in a win over North Carroll. He rushed for four touchdowns, caught a 38-yard touchdown pass and ran back an interception 47 yards for a score.
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By From Staff Reports | September 25, 1994
Robbie Hauff rushed for 211 yards and scored six touchdowns, leading Centennial past visiting North Carroll (0-3), 55-13, yesterday.Hauff opened the scoring with a 59-yard touchdown run, then later in the quarter, returned an interception 41 yards for another score. Hauff scored his third touchdown on a 11-yard run, giving Centennial a 27-0 lead.Victor Cullen 27, Mount Hebron 14Trenall Shelton rushed for 161 yards and three touchdowns, leading visiting Victor Cullen Academy of Frederick (3-0)
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