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January 23, 2014
Seven student-athletes from North Harford High School signed National Letters of Intent to play Division I athletics. Pictured, front row from left, are Bailey Saneman (Vermont, lacrosse); Shannon Mansberger (Coastal Carolina, lacrosse); Haley Ensor (Delaware, lacrosse); Brian Shaffer (Maryland, baseball); Sophie Crowther (Coastal Carolina, lacrosse); Nicole Latgis (Temple, lacrosse); and Katie Clark (Winthrop, lacrosse). Standing are Tim Larrimore (athletic director/head baseball coach)
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By Ian Duncan and Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2014
As crowds poured into Pimlico on Saturday afternoon, a dedicated crew of entrepreneurs set up outside the track, hoping to lure customers with deals on parking or tickets. Peanuts, barbecue and even jewelry were on sale, along with the "ice cold" bottled water offered for a dollar by enterprising vendors at every major event in Baltimore. Carlton Graham, 39, waved a large cardboard sign at passing cars advertising $25 parking just a block from the track. Graham, who said he's been a Park Heights resident his whole life, has worked with neighbors selling race-day parking spaces in yards and driveways.
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By Brian Hamilton, Tribune newspapers | June 6, 2010
Only one series ago, the Blackhawks were able to heap such befuddlement and frustration onto their opponent that the Sharks dynamited their lineup, rearranging the scattered pieces of previously dominant lines into a wholly different formation. It didn't help prevent an emphatic series sweep. That presents an interesting dilemma entering the pivotal Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals as the Hawks reshuffled previously stalwart line combos late in their 5-3 Game 4 loss. The makeup of the pieces likely will define the direction of the series — even if it winds up failing to cauterize the wound at all, as those drowned Sharks discovered.
SPORTS
By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2014
North Harford's Nic Hammer told his teammates before Friday's 3A North regional final that only four of the school's previous teams had ever won a regional title, and - if they wanted to be remembered - they needed to be the fifth. Mission accomplished. Hammer pitched a complete game, scattering six hits, as the No. 6 Hawks (21-2) scored four runs in the top of the first and defeated No. 11 Franklin, 8-1. Hammer aided his cause offensively by hitting the game's lone home run over the left field fence in the sixth inning.
NEWS
May 5, 2010
The Magic showed they could survive with Dwight Howard in chronic foul trouble. With him on the floor, they looked dominant. Howard had 21 points and 12 rebounds in one of the most crushing wins in Magic history, a 114-71 victory over the visiting Hawks on Tuesday night in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal. Howard added five blocks and avoided the fouls and frustration that overwhelmed him in the first round, helping the Magic go ahead by as many as 46 points.
SPORTS
By RAY FRAGER | April 22, 2009
8 p.m. [TNT] Atlanta made Miami look like Dwyane Wade (left) and four other guys in a 26-point victory in Game 1. But the Hawks aren't already looking ahead to the next round. Hawks forward Marvin Williams told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: "Don't be a fool, man. Win or lose, it's just one game in a seven-game series. ... They're not going to just roll over and die because of one game."
EXPLORE
August 26, 2011
High school golf teams from North Harford and Harford Tech opened the 2011 season Tuesday with a dual match at Geneva Farm Golf Club. North Harford won the match, 222-231. Nick Kress and Tyler Stinar each shot 9-hole rounds of 42 to lead the Hawks, while John Heaps carded a 45. Alex O'Shaughnessey, 46 and Morgan Wirtz, 47, closed out the Hawks scoring. Tech's Noah Davis shot a match best 38 to lead all scorers, while Matt Sheridan shot 43. Brandon Young added a 48, while Andrew Small shot 50 and Eric Englebach a 52.
SPORTS
July 5, 2010
All-Star guard Joe Johnson agreed to a maximum contract to stay with the Hawks, his agent said Sunday. Arn Tellem confirmed an entry he wrote for the Huffington Post Web site, in which he said Johnson "announced his intention to re-sign with the Hawks for six more years." Tellem wrote that Johnson chose to remain in Atlanta over Chicago and New York, where he would have been reunited with Mike D'Antoni , his former coach in Phoenix. The Hawks could pay him nearly $120 million, while other teams could give Johnson, a four-time All-Star, only five years and pay him about $25 million less.
SPORTS
May 11, 2010
The Magic are playing like a team that will settle for nothing less than its first NBA championship. Vince Carter scored 22 points to lead another dominating performance by the Magic, who finished off their second straight playoff sweep with a 98-84 victory over the Hawks on Monday night in Atlanta. Orlando won the four games by an average of 25 points — a total blowout that few could have expected in a matchup between the teams that finished second and third in the Eastern Conference.
NEWS
November 25, 2005
On November 21, 2005, ELLENMc CRACKEN HAWKS, beloved wife of the late Marshall Hawks, devoted mother of John Wells Hawks, Marshall Wiley Hawks and Anne Hawks Austin. She is also survived by six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Ruxton, on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment private. Arrangements by Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc.
FEATURES
By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2014
The battle between birds and bureaucrats is over — and both sides won. With a helping hand from a state carpenter, an osprey couple finally got a home with a view of the water on the eastern end of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. And the Maryland Transportation Authority, which manages the toll facility, finally got the pesky birds to stop nesting in front of cameras that keep an eye on traffic on busy U.S. 50 below. It's a happy ending to a story that has gone viral over the last several days, generating buzz on social media and even attracting the attention of CNN and Fox News.
NEWS
March 21, 2014
The North Harford Hawks began their girls lacrosse season slipping by visiting Bel Air, 6-5. North Harford's Katie Clark led her team with a two-goal performance. Nicole Latgis led the Hawks with two assists. Jen Doering, Bailey Saneman, Sophie Crowther and Claudia Diventi each had a goal in the victory. Bel Air's Cassidy Jones scored a pair of goals, while Sam Keesey, Bekah Riley and Katy Higinbothom all scored once. Natalie Neff dished out one assist for Bel Air. Edgewood over Havre de Grace The Edgewood Rams scored a road victory Friday, beating Havre de Grace, 9-7. At halftime, the Rams led the Warriors, 6-3. Ladae Boykin scored four times for the Rams, while Jordyn Carll and Vonyah Simon each had two goals.
SPORTS
By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - All season, the undefeated City boys basketball team had been careful not to look past the next game, safely keeping the ultimate goal of winning the Class 3A state championship at arm's length. In Thursday's state semifinal against Urbana - with the next game finally the big one - the No. 1 Knights were clearly excited at the prospect of no longer having to wait. Setting a fast early pace, City took charge with a dominating first half and then withstood a third-quarter push from the Hawks to win going away, 56-36, at the University of Maryland's Comcast Center.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2014
UMBC's 10-8 victory over visiting Monmouth on Saturday was perhaps somewhat closer than Don Zimmerman would have liked, but it was still an encouraging result after the Retrievers opened the season with a 14-3 loss to No. 11 Maryland on Feb. 15. “I thought it was very important,” Zimmerman said Monday morning. “It was our home opener and coming off a loss at Maryland, it was a chance to get in the win column. We knew it was going to be a tough game. This was a team that had known for a year that they would be playing us. So they had a year to prepare for UMBC, and they did a heck of a job with it. They knew our personnel, and they seemed to know a lot of the schemes that we run. We knew it was going to be a tough game.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 21, 2014
A UMBC team in search of its first win of 2014 will get that chance when Monmouth visits UMBC Stadium in Catonsville on Saturday at 1 p.m. It may not be easy for the Retrievers to even their record at 1-1. This is the Hawks' first year of competition in lacrosse, and they will play in the program's first game. That means that there is no film of Monmouth's games, which makes it more difficult for UMBC to scout its opponent. “This is their first game ever, so you're kind of going in a little blind,” coach Don Zimmerman said Thursday.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | February 13, 2014
The Maryland roster for the Big 33 Football Classic will be announced in early March, but the names of a few local players have already been released. McDonogh's Josh Woods, Meade's Jake Hawk, Fallston's Alex Helm and Archbishop Spalding's Zach Abey will play in the all-star game, which pits Maryland's best high school football players against Pennsylvania's. River Hill coach Brian Van Deusen is the head coach for the Maryland team that will try to avenge last season's 58-27 loss to Pennsylvania when it heads to Hersheypark Stadium for the June 14 classic.
SPORTS
By New York Times | December 24, 1993
Dominique Wilkins was annoyed. That was obvious to Lenny Wilkens, and everyone else in Boston Garden, from the start.He had been in a bad shooting slump. He had a sore ankle and began a game against the Celtics Wednesday night bothered by a head cold and the fact that on the Atlanta Hawks' first few possessions, he couldn't get his itchy fingers on the ball.Mookie Blaylock was dribbling out near the key. Wilkins ran toward him with his hands out. Blaylock dribbled the other way and hoisted a jumper that missed.
SPORTS
April 9, 2008
Mike Dunleavy scored 28 points and the host Indiana Pacers beat the Atlanta Hawks, 112-98, last night to avoid elimination from the Eastern Conference playoff race. A win by the Hawks would have knocked the Pacers from playoff contention. Instead, the Pacers are just two games behind the Hawks for the eighth spot. Joe Johnson led Atlanta with 30 points. Trail Blazers 112, Lakers 103 -- Brandon Roy had 23 points and 12 assists to lead host Portland to an upset of Los Angeles. Jazz 77, Hornets 66 -- Mehmet Okur's 22 points and 17 rebounds helped visiting Utah clinch the Northwest Division title.
NEWS
January 23, 2014
Seven student-athletes from North Harford High School signed National Letters of Intent to play Division I athletics. Pictured, front row from left, are Bailey Saneman (Vermont, lacrosse); Shannon Mansberger (Coastal Carolina, lacrosse); Haley Ensor (Delaware, lacrosse); Brian Shaffer (Maryland, baseball); Sophie Crowther (Coastal Carolina, lacrosse); Nicole Latgis (Temple, lacrosse); and Katie Clark (Winthrop, lacrosse). Standing are Tim Larrimore (athletic director/head baseball coach)
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2013
Hakeem Baxter is the leading scorer for the UMES men's basketball team. That might not qualify as a revelation, until you learn that Baxter is a freshman. The 6-foot-2, 170-pound guard is averaging 17.2 points per game, is tied for second on the team in steals (five total) and ranks third in rebounds (4.8 per game) and fourth in assists (1.5 per game). Baxter's debut has stunned even Hawks coach Frankie Allen. “You don't expect that kind of success so quickly from a freshman,” Allen said Tuesday afternoon.
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