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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2011
Michelle McGinn took three weeks to complete her gold-and-fire-red dress — aptly named "The Phoenix. " Briana Angel found her dress at a bridal shop only to dismantle it and piece it back together to reflect her personal flair. Sarah Lewis designed her prom dress and recruited the owner of a local fashion house to produce the elaborate frock. Years ago, many teens would have scoffed at the thought of wearing a homemade dress instead of flaunting a stylish store-bought number. This year, a number of prom-goers will don their own creations as they show off their knack for needle and thread.
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Special to The Aegis | May 15, 2014
North Bay Rugby's High School Girls' Team has been invited to the National High School Rugby Championships that take place this weekend in Pittsfield, Mass. They are one of 16 teams invited to compete for the national title. "This is a once in a lifetime accomplishment and will go down in our history as a crowning achievement for all of North Bay," said Ellen Hickey, North Bay Rugby's Youth and High School Commissioner. North Bay had an impressive perfect season in league play, going undefeated with only two tries scored against them.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 24, 2002
Mount Hebron High has set the standard for high school girls' lacrosse in Maryland. The Vikings have won six straight state championships and turned out numerous solid college players while dominating the sport at the precollege level in Maryland for the past dozen years. Part of that success is breeding travel programs that are extending the sport's traditional spring season to a virtual year-round affair. Two of the programs are intended to teach girls the sport and to showcase the athletes to colleges, their leaders say. The Hero's Tournament Lacrosse Club and M&D Lacrosse have their roots in Mount Hebron and Howard County.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | January 10, 2013
Jessica Harris never ran track before she arrived at Mount de Sales, but the junior has run the third-fastest time in the country by a high school girl in two events this winter - 800 meters (2:14.14) and 500 meters (1:16.24). Her 800-meter time ranked No. 1 when she ran it in December. An All-Metro first-team selection last spring in track and field, Harris holds three individual school records in indoor track and has helped set three relay records. She's the defending Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland champion in the 800 meters both indoors and outdoors.
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By Jeff Seidel | December 5, 1995
Carroll Christian Patriots1994-95 record: 11-4. Coach: David King.Top players: Erika Elgersma, 5-9, Sr., F; Nicole Dean, 5-6, Sr., F; Kathy Paul, 5-3, Sr., G; Marianne Harbin, 5-5, Sr., G; Rachel Holdefer, 5-3, Sr., G; Katie Kirk, 5-3, 8th, G; Kellie Kirk, 5-5, Sr., F.Outlook: New coach King has an interesting mixture. The Patriots have seven seniors, with six having played together, but the other six have little basketball experience. King said the team will win when it plays together. To that end, the Patriots plan to run as much pressure defense as possible to keep the opposition away from half-court games.
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By Katherine Dunn and Jamison Hensley | September 1, 1996
Carver A&T Wildcats1995 record: 5-6-1Coach: Russ HarlessTop players: Toni Alberta, Sr., F; Heather Ng, Jr., M; Jesse Fowler, Jr., F; Erin Pearson, Jr., D.Outlook: The Wildcats graduated five starters but return their defense intact including keeper Jennifer Albright. Harless will concentrate on reworking the midfield and the line. Last season, the Division II Wildcats struggled to score goals. They had plenty of opportunities but couldn't finish, so Alberta and Fowler will be out to change that.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 8, 2012
1. Reservoir 2. Broadneck 3. Centennial 4. River Hill 5. Hereford 6. Oakland Mills 7. Century 8. North Harford 9. St. Mary's 10. South River Other teams considered: Archbishop Spalding, Dulaney, Liberty, Manchester Valley, Severna Park, Westminster.
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May 31, 2011
Aberdeen High School Girls Amanda Alexander, Bryanna Divine Alford, Yasmeen Ali, Janae Alston, Josseline Stephania Alvarado Perez, Kelsey Marie Badeker, Nia Simone Bailey, Savon Lynise-Elegance Baker, Rebecca Ann Baldwin, Nikeia Lashay Barnes, Magdylenne Yvonne Beck, Altamese Marie Berry, Victoria Biggs, Francesca Rose Blas, Acacia Elvina Bond, Anndreia Loray Bond, Frances Renee Bond, Brianna Boomer, Megan Danielle Bowling, Lindsay Marie...
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2011
Michelle McGinn took three weeks to complete her gold-and-fire-red dress — aptly named "The Phoenix. " Briana Angel found her dress at a bridal shop only to dismantle it and piece it back together to reflect her personal flair. Sarah Lewis designed her prom dress and recruited the owner of a local fashion house to produce the elaborate frock. Years ago, many teens would have scoffed at the thought of wearing a homemade dress instead of flaunting a stylish store-bought number. This year, a number of prom-goers will don their own creations as they show off their knack for needle and thread.
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | April 18, 2010
Tears welled in Tywana Reid's eyes as she described a tumultuous week. "Half the time, I cry myself to sleep," the 16-year-old said. "Because I say, ‘Who is there to talk to?' " As Reid's words spilled forth, a half-dozen other high school girls from across Baltimore nodded in compassion. Such an exchange might sound too raw for any setting other than a confidential support group. But in the background, three students from the Maryland Institute College of Art captured every moment on shoulder-mounted video cameras.
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By RICH SCHERR and RICH SCHERR,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 16, 2006
With her players short on practice and still recovering from Saturday night's prom, Century coach Rose Pentz took the unusual step of convening her team for a long strategy session before last night's Class 2A-1A West semifinal against county rival Winters Mill. "I didn't want them leaving school before this game," Pentz said. "We had a lot to talk about since we didn't have practice." The extra preparation paid off, with Ashley Trombetta's free-position goal with less than a minute left in regulation lifting the host No. 3 Knights to a 10-9 win. It marked Century's third straight one-goal win over the Falcons, including last year's overtime thriller in the regional final.
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By KATHERINE DUNN and KATHERINE DUNN,SUN REPORTER | April 12, 2006
When No. 4 McDonogh fell behind by two goals in the second half of yesterday's lacrosse game against No. 2 St. Mary's, Eagles coach Chris Robinson told his girls the next 14 minutes would "show us what we're made of." The Eagles proved they're made of dent-resistant components, rallying for four goals to close out a 10-8 victory in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference game at Weems Whalen Field in Annapolis. Brittany Mallory scored two of her three goals and Kira Paterakis and Casey Kelly added one each in the run as the Eagles (11-0, 9-0 conference)
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By MARY BETH KOZAK and MARY BETH KOZAK,SUN REPORTER | March 30, 2006
As the St. Mary's bench jumped in jubilation, the No. 9 John Carroll girls lacrosse team knew it had missed its chance to make a strong statement in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference yesterday. With 1:08 remaining in double overtime, Sam Shrum scored on a pass from Allison Perkins as the second-ranked Saints rallied to defeat the Patriots, 12-11. "It was really exciting," said Shrum of her winning goal. "I'm still shaking. Just to be able to do that for your team, but everybody helped out."
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