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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | March 11, 2008
Two-time All-Metro pitcher Tyler Hibbs will not play this season and no longer is attending Arundel High. Hibbs was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and intent to distribute Feb. 26. The senior had been practicing with the team, but Arundel coach and athletic director Bernie Walter confirmed in an e-mail yesterday that Hibbs would not play this spring. Hibbs' mother, Tina Hibbs, confirmed that her son was no longer in school at Arundel. "He may attend an alternative night school, possibly at Meade," said Hibbs' father, Tom Hibbs.
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By Paul Tierney, The Baltimore Sun and By Paul Tierney, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2014
Devan Hibbs' lacrosse career was supposed to be over. As she lay motionless in a hospital bed, just hours after two foot-long rods and 12 screws were inserted into her back to prevent scoliosis from damaging her vital organs, Hibbs' body was swollen beyond recognition. "It looked like she had just been in a terrible car accident," said Dave Hibbs, Devan's father. "It was that serious. I never imagined she'd be able to play again. We just hoped she'd be able to recover and live a normal life.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | May 5, 2008
Tyler Hibbs, who lost his baseball scholarship to Florida State after he was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and intent to distribute Feb. 26, yesterday committed to Tallahassee (Fla.) Community College. In March, Hibbs, a two-time All-Metro selection and The Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year in 2006, was removed from Arundel High by Anne Arundel County and placed in an alternative-learning situation as a night-school student at Meade High. Because he wasn't enrolled at Arundel, Hibbs couldn't play baseball this spring.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | May 5, 2008
Tyler Hibbs, who lost his baseball scholarship to Florida State after he was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and intent to distribute Feb. 26, yesterday committed to Tallahassee (Fla.) Community College. In March, Hibbs, a two-time All-Metro selection and The Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year in 2006, was removed from Arundel High by Anne Arundel County and placed in an alternative-learning situation as a night-school student at Meade High. Because he wasn't enrolled at Arundel, Hibbs couldn't play baseball this spring.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | March 7, 2008
Arundel High senior Tyler Hibbs, who was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and intent to distribute Feb. 26, has lost his baseball scholarship to Florida State. Hibbs, who has been practicing with Arundel since Saturday, is a two-time All-Metro pitcher/infielder. He was named The Sun's Player of the Year two years ago as a sophomore after going 13-1 with a 1.20 ERA and leading Arundel to the Class 4A state title. Florida State released a statement Wednesday that said it decided to remove the scholarship offer after reviewing the case.
NEWS
March 5, 2008
Former All-Metro baseball Player of the Year Tyler Hibbs of Arundel was arrested last week and charged with marijuana and other drug possession, according to court documents filed in Anne Arundel County District Court. The arrest has put the star pitcher's senior season in jeopardy. "I don't know if he's going to play [this season]. I thought I was going to find out [yesterday]," said Arundel baseball coach and athletic director Bernie Walter, who declined to comment further. Messages left on Hibbs' phone at his home in Odenton and his cell phone were not returned yesterday.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | May 11, 2007
Junior Tyler Hibbs pitched and batted No. 2 Arundel to a 3-1 win over No. 15 Northeast last night at Joe Cannon Stadium as the Wildcats repeated as Anne Arundel County baseball champions. Hibbs threw a four-hitter and drove in all three runs with a sacrifice fly in the first inning and a two-run homer in the third off John Hodges. Hodges (6-3) pitched well in defeat and was the benefactor of several defensive gems by the Eagles (12-7). Hibbs gave up three hits in the first two innings, with Josh Rowe's single in the second scoring the only Northeast run. "I got my touch toward the end of the game," said Hibbs, who retired the last nine batters he faced, striking out the last five.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN REPORTER | May 24, 2006
Tyler Hibbs' 16 career wins place him in a seventh-place tie on Arundel's all-time list. His next double will set a school career record. This season, he's batting .444 with 27 RBIs and 24 runs scored, and he's 11-1 with 1.28 ERA. And, he's just a sophomore. "When we first saw him play, we realized we had a special talent," said Arundel coach Bernie Walter, whose teams have won a record nine state championships. Hibbs is neither big - 5 feet 10, 150 pounds - nor overpowering. But he has a presence, whether he's pitching, hitting or playing third base.
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By MILTON KENT | March 14, 2008
Because of privacy requirements, we'll probably never know precisely how it came to be that Tyler Hibbs won't be pitching this spring for Arundel, or even who made the decision, and that's OK. Sometimes, you don't need to know how the right decision is made as long as it's made. Precluding Hibbs, who was arrested Feb. 26 on charges of possession of marijuana, possession with intent to distribute and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, from pitching for the Wildcats this year is the right decision.
NEWS
May 10, 2006
What Baseball and softball county championship games Who No. 2 Arundel vs. No. 7 Chesapeake (baseball); No. 1 Chesapeake vs. No. 5 Severna Park (softball) Where, When Baseball at Joe Cannon Stadium, tomorrow, 7:15 p.m.; softball at Randazzo Park, tomorrow, 5:15 p.m. Outlook In the baseball final, the regular-season champion Wildcats have been on a roll behind the pitching of Tyler Hibbs (9-1) and Joel Roberts (6-1), while first baseman Sean Pleffner has paced the offense. Arundel routed the Cougars, 11-1, in five innings at Chesapeake last week.
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By MILTON KENT | March 14, 2008
Because of privacy requirements, we'll probably never know precisely how it came to be that Tyler Hibbs won't be pitching this spring for Arundel, or even who made the decision, and that's OK. Sometimes, you don't need to know how the right decision is made as long as it's made. Precluding Hibbs, who was arrested Feb. 26 on charges of possession of marijuana, possession with intent to distribute and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, from pitching for the Wildcats this year is the right decision.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | March 11, 2008
Two-time All-Metro pitcher Tyler Hibbs will not play this season and no longer is attending Arundel High. Hibbs was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and intent to distribute Feb. 26. The senior had been practicing with the team, but Arundel coach and athletic director Bernie Walter confirmed in an e-mail yesterday that Hibbs would not play this spring. Hibbs' mother, Tina Hibbs, confirmed that her son was no longer in school at Arundel. "He may attend an alternative night school, possibly at Meade," said Hibbs' father, Tom Hibbs.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | March 7, 2008
Arundel High senior Tyler Hibbs, who was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and intent to distribute Feb. 26, has lost his baseball scholarship to Florida State. Hibbs, who has been practicing with Arundel since Saturday, is a two-time All-Metro pitcher/infielder. He was named The Sun's Player of the Year two years ago as a sophomore after going 13-1 with a 1.20 ERA and leading Arundel to the Class 4A state title. Florida State released a statement Wednesday that said it decided to remove the scholarship offer after reviewing the case.
NEWS
March 5, 2008
Former All-Metro baseball Player of the Year Tyler Hibbs of Arundel was arrested last week and charged with marijuana and other drug possession, according to court documents filed in Anne Arundel County District Court. The arrest has put the star pitcher's senior season in jeopardy. "I don't know if he's going to play [this season]. I thought I was going to find out [yesterday]," said Arundel baseball coach and athletic director Bernie Walter, who declined to comment further. Messages left on Hibbs' phone at his home in Odenton and his cell phone were not returned yesterday.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | August 23, 2007
Arundel's Tyler Hibbs, a two-time All-Metro pitcher-infielder and Sun Player of the Year two years ago as a sophomore, has orally committed to Florida State for a baseball scholarship. "I visited Florida State, liked the coaches and the idea of going south and playing in the ACC," Hibbs said by phone from Joplin, Mo., where he was preparing to leave today for Mexico and the Pan American 18-and-under junior championships. Outfielder L.J. Hoes, of St. John's High in Washington, who is from Mitchellville, joins Hibbs as the only Marylanders to make the U.S. junior national team.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | May 11, 2007
Junior Tyler Hibbs pitched and batted No. 2 Arundel to a 3-1 win over No. 15 Northeast last night at Joe Cannon Stadium as the Wildcats repeated as Anne Arundel County baseball champions. Hibbs threw a four-hitter and drove in all three runs with a sacrifice fly in the first inning and a two-run homer in the third off John Hodges. Hodges (6-3) pitched well in defeat and was the benefactor of several defensive gems by the Eagles (12-7). Hibbs gave up three hits in the first two innings, with Josh Rowe's single in the second scoring the only Northeast run. "I got my touch toward the end of the game," said Hibbs, who retired the last nine batters he faced, striking out the last five.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN REPORTER | May 24, 2006
Two Baltimore-area teams, No. 1 Arundel and No. 13 C. Milton Wright, knocked off undefeated teams from Montgomery and Prince George's counties, respectively, yesterday in the Class 4A state semifinals at Prince George's Stadium, home of the Bowie Baysox. Arundel (22-3) and C.M. Wright (17-8) will play for the 4A state championship at 7.30 p.m. Friday at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. The top-rated Wildcats avenged their loss to the Quince Orchard in last year's final with a 9-1 victory. Arundel, which already holds the Maryland record for state titles, will go after No. 10 on Friday under 32-year coach Bernie Walter.
NEWS
February 28, 2003
John McMorran, at 113 years and 250 days the oldest man in the United States, died Monday in Lakeland, Fla. Mr. McMorran was the world's fifth-oldest man in history, said Dr. L. Stephen Coles of the Gerontology Research Group, a nonprofit international research organization based at the University of California, Los Angeles, which verifies birth dates and tracks the 35 to 45 people around the globe who are 110 and older. Mr. Coles said that 41 people remain alive in that category, and that the oldest living American is Mary Christian, one week McMorran's senior, of San Pablo, Calif.
NEWS
June 7, 2006
PLAYER OF THE YEAR TYLER HIBBS Arundel, pitcher Extraordinarily poised and mature, the sophomore led the Wildcats to the Class 4A state title and a No. 1 ranking. The 5-foot-10, 150-pound right-hander set pitching and batting records and also was a fine fielder on the mound and at third, establishing him as one of the area's premier "three-way players" - as coach Bernie Walter refers to him. Hibbs tied the county record for single-season wins. He was 13-1, including a no-hitter, and posted a 1.20 ERA, striking out 77 in 71 innings.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN REPORTER | May 27, 2006
Sophomore Tyler Hibbs set pitching and batting records to lead top-ranked Arundel (23-3) to its unprecedented 10th state title with a 5-3 victory over C. Milton Wright (17-9) last night in the Class 4A baseball championship game at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. "We were stuck on nine for a while [2001 was last]. But we got No. 10 tonight and that should put us in the National Federation record book," said Arundel's 32nd-year coach, Bernie Walter. "They want double figures to get in there."
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