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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2014
Jessica Karwacki never had any formal training on how to take the draw, but that hasn't stopped the Robert Morris sophomore from pulverizing the national Division I records. As a freshman, the Hereford graduate set draw control records for a game with 25 - seven better than the previous mark - and a single season with 152. Her season mark was 21 better than the previous record set by Jacksonville's Rachel Hannon (Archbishop Spalding) in 2012. This season, Karwacki has 108 draw controls in just eight games.
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By Craig Clary and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 28, 2012
Hereford senior quarterback Ryan Jones rushed for three touchdowns, and senior running backs Ted Neubauer and John Bauer each added a pair of touchdown runs to lead the host Bulls (4-1) to a 56-12 victory over No. 9 Catonsville. Hereford outgained Catonsville, 161 yards to 59, in the first half when the Comets lost Maryland-bound running back DeAndre' Lane to a hamstring injury. No. 4 Arundel 53, North County 20: Jack Gordon completed 16 of 19 passes for 293 yards and six touchdown passes to power the visiting Wildcats (5-0)
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By From Sun staff reports | October 9, 2010
Led by senior Tyler Dimes' two goals, the No. 13 Hereford (5-2) boys soccer team came away with a 4-0 victory on the road at Patapsco on Friday. In the 12th minute, Dimes received a cross pass from Danny Battle that set him up to score the game's first goal. Two minutes later, David Endres set Dimes up with a through ball, allowing him to score his second goal of the game. On top of his two goals, Dimes later added an assist. Dimes leads the Lions in goals scored with 14 on the season.
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By Lem Satterfield | May 12, 1999
Not only was unranked Hereford's 10-6 upset at No. 9 Dulaney its first ever over a Lions' team, but it also made the Bulls the first Baltimore County program to win on Dulaney's home field.Matt Curtis scored twice and added two assists, Luke Gilbert scored three times and Chris Lauer had three assists as Hereford won its ninth straight game, improving to 10-2 overall and 9-0 in Division I, the county's premier conference.Hereford's Matt Miller scored twice and Todd Smith had a goal and an assist to help drop the Lions, last season's 3A-4A state runners-up, to 10-3 and 8-1.Hereford became only the second team to score in double figures against Dulaney this season, joining top-ranked McDonogh, an earlier 11-4 winner against the Lions.
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By Craig Clary | October 18, 2013
Hereford footbal coach Steve Turnbaugh didn't need to tell his team what it needed to grab a spot in the postseason playoff picture after opening the season with three straight losses -- the first such streak of his illustrious 19-year career at his alma mater. Running the table in the final seven games - including his last home game at the helm of his beloved Bulls in the regular season Nov. 1 against Owings Mills at 7 p.m. - would most likely give them a chance to qualify for the Class 2A North Region playoffs.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 23, 1996
Tim Mascari (11 saves) stopped three shots in the final 12 seconds and Bob Rinehimer (two goals) keyed the offense as No. 14 Hereford (13-3) scored an 8-7 victory over Catonsville (12-4) in the state Class 1A-2A boys' lacrosse championship at North County.Catonsville girls 17, Towson 5: Meghann Mohler had six goals and two assists to lead No. 14 Catonsville to a 17-5 rout of Towson in the Class 1A-2A girls state championship game at Catonsville Community College.Pub Date: 5/23/96
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | November 6, 1994
Hereford coach Steve Power smiled when asked about shootouts."So far this postseason, I love them," said Power.Hereford, which upset No. 3 Loch Raven last week in a shootout, scored a victory the same way yesterday when Kate MacFarlane scored in the first round of sudden-death for a 2-1 shootout victory over host Catonsville in a Class 1A-2A North Region semifinal.Hereford (10-4) advances to the region final against Towson at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Catonsville.The Bulls and Catonsville were tied at 1 at the end of two overtimes and deadlocked at 6 after an 11-player shootout.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | May 22, 1994
For Hereford coach Guy Fisher, there was only one thing more agonizing than making the decision to stick with tiring starter Jason Sparks with the game on the line in the eighth.Watching Rising Sun center fielder Brian Thrash smack the game-winning single one pitch later.On the first pitch after Fisher ended his mound conference with Sparks, Thrash stroked a fastball to left to give the top-seeded Tigers a 7-6 victory in the Class 1A, North Region final yesterday at Dundalk Community College.
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By From Staff Reports | October 3, 1993
Kamonte Harper's 1-yard touchdown run capped a Milford Mill comeback in its 14-8 win over visiting Hereford (1-4, 0-1) in a Baltimore County 1A-2A game.Hereford led 8-6 at halftime before Harper's score completed a nine-play, 60-yard drive to start the third quarter. Andre Eure (nine carries, 83 yards) completed the two-point conversion for the Millers (3-2, 1-0) with a pass to Carlos Pearson.Bel Air 40, N. Harford 6Bel Air never looked back in keeping host North Harford (0-4, 0-5) winless in a Harford County League game.
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By Nelson Coffin, Towson Times | May 5, 2012
Dulaney came into the Baltimore County boys lacrosse championship with an 0-2 record against Hereford and had averaged just two goals per game against the Bulls' tough defense. Unfortunately for the Lions, only their record changed after this one, as the Bulls scored the game's final seven goals on the way to a 11-2 victory - their 14th straight - Saturday at Franklin. "Dulaney had a good game plan," Hereford coach Brian King said. "We had to be sharp, patient and smart.
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