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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 10, 2005
The 17th-ranked Syracuse women's team scored two goals, including the game-winner, in the final six minutes to defeat visiting Loyola, 11-9, yesterday. Meghan O'Connell and Allison Fursternburg, both of whom had three-goal games, scored the final two for the Orange (8-2). Syracuse used its passing game to run out the clock on the Greyhounds (3-7). Loyola came back from a 5-0 deficit in the first half to earn a 5-5 tie at the break, and later countered a 3-0 run by the Orange to tie the game again at 8. Kate McHarg (four goals)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 29, 2013
Twelve teams in Division III have yet to sustain a loss this season, and one of them is No. 4 Washington College. The Shoremen improved to 8-0 after Wednesday's 11-10 win at Haverford, and coach Jeff Shirk doesn't shy away from the hoopla surrounding the team's unblemished record. “It's awesome. I've never been 8-0,” he said Friday morning. “It's been a fun ride so far because everyone keeps talking about the War on the Shore [against No. 7 Salisbury on April 17] and the [No. 2]
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | June 29, 2009
Grace G. Armstrong, a homemaker and volunteer, died of renal and respiratory failure June 16 at Bryn Mawr Hospital in Bryn Mawr, Pa. The longtime Homeland resident was 96. Grace Gobrecht, the daughter of a printer father and schoolteacher mother, was born and raised in Philadelphia. She was a 1928 graduate of Girl's High School in Philadelphia, and earned a bachelor's degree in English and home economics in 1932 from the University of Pennsylvania. She taught English and home economics in Hamburg, Pa., public schools from 1932 to 1933.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | May 12, 1994
Jack MacMullan said last week that he will finish his fifth season at the Haverford School in Philadelphia before assuming the athletic director post at McDonogh on July 1.MacMullan, 51, and his wife, Joan, were touring McDonogh's campus last Thursday. He will take the office vacated by Frank Antonelli, who ends a four-year stint this spring to take a similar job at Rye Country Day School in New York."It's a very similar school to McDonogh," said Antonelli, 49, who tendered his resignation in December and accepted the New York position in April.
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By Victoria Lee and The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2013
Packed doesn't begin to describe Hannah Oneda's schedule. While it's common for freshmen to falter and sludge their way through their first semester at college, and take to liberties in exploring their newfound freedom, the Johns Hopkins cross country runner from Winters Mill has hit the ground running - literally and figuratively. "I wake up around 8 or 9 to do either a 30-minute pool or shakeout run, or yoga with the team. Then, I go to class from 9 to 12, eat lunch and maybe fit in another 30-minute pool run if I didn't do it in the morning.
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By LISSA ROTUNDO | May 5, 1995
The other day I met a guidance counselor at a county elementary school. When I remarked that I hadn't realized that elementary schools had guidance counselors, she replied, ''We have mostly city kids at our school.''''City kids?'' I asked. ''I thought you said you worked in the county.''''I do,'' she replied, ''but we have city kids.''''You mean they live in the city and go to school in the county?'' I asked.''No,'' she answered, ''but they're just like city kids.''As a veteran city school teacher, I was upset by this exchange.
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By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | August 9, 2004
William George "Billy" Hupfeldt Jr. who waged a campaign to increase public awareness of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, died of the disease Thursday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Glen Arm resident was 43. Receiving a diagnosis of the illness known as Lou Gehrig's disease in 2001, he retired from his job as senior district manager for Brasseler-USA, a dental surgical instrument company in Savannah, Ga., to spend time with his family. He dedicated the rest of his life to increasing public awareness of the disease.
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By Stephanie Desmon and Stephanie Desmon,SUN STAFF | May 10, 2005
UPPER MARLBORO - The old wooden structure, propped up by the thicket of vines that for years hid it from view, is listing badly, its shingles sagging where not missing, its second floor sinking into the first. This former slave quarters, one of the last known to be standing in Prince George's County, is about to get a new life as the centerpiece of the new subdivision sprouting around it, one whose homes will start at more than $1 million. Haverford Homes easily could have plowed down the 1830s cabin last year soon after buying the farmland, which will feature 20 homes, most on 5-acre lots.
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By Sports Digest | February 8, 2010
Nine games involving local basketball teams were postponed because of the snowstorm that blanketed the Mid-Atlantic region Friday and Saturday. Six games - Johns Hopkins at Swarthmore, McDaniel at Haverford and Salisbury at York - were moved from Sunday to today, with the men playing at 8 p.m. and the women at 6 p.m. Towson moved its Sunday women's game against Northeastern to 4:30 p.m. today and its Saturday men's game against James Madison to 7...
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1996
A record-tying afternoon has Western Maryland College midfielder Erin Murphey on the verge of becoming the school's all-time leading scorer in women's soccer.The Francis Scott Key grad tied a Centennial Conference record with four goals in a game as the Green Terror pounded Swarthmore, 6-1, Saturday.Murphey, a senior who earned the conference's women's soccer Player of the Week honors, tied the conference mark set by Gettysburg's Kristen Hull in 1994.With her six goals and three assists, she now has 20 career goals and 53 career points -- two goals and four points shy of 1992 grad Amye Walker's marks of 22 goals and 57 points.
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