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April 27, 2006
On April 24, 2006, ROGER FRANKLIN HILEMAN; beloved husband of Mary Ann Hileman (nee Haynes); loving father of Scott B. Hileman, his partner Walter Meyer, twin daughters, Ann Double, her special friend Diana Noel, Beth Groomes and her husband Donald; brother of Thelma Clark, the late Myron and George Hileman; dear pop-pop of Maribeth and Vicky Double, Roger and Steven Groomes; father-in-law of J. Patrick Double. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26)
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April 27, 2006
On April 24, 2006, ROGER FRANKLIN HILEMAN; beloved husband of Mary Ann Hileman (nee Haynes); loving father of Scott B. Hileman, his partner Walter Meyer, twin daughters, Ann Double, her special friend Diana Noel, Beth Groomes and her husband Donald; brother of Thelma Clark, the late Myron and George Hileman; dear pop-pop of Maribeth and Vicky Double, Roger and Steven Groomes; father-in-law of J. Patrick Double. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26)
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 29, 2001
Evan Hileman made four birdie putts and partner Bob Kaestner made a 6-foot birdie putt at the first extra hole, as they thwarted a back-nine rally by brothers H. T. and Moose Brown to successfully defend their title in the second annual Baltimore Cup at Hayfields Country Club. The two teams tied at 139 for successive rounds at Caves Valley Golf Club and Hayfields. Henry Blue and Larry Storck placed third at 141 in the 16-team field. Five Farms Fourball: At Baltimore Country Club, Guy Phelan and Justin Klein completed a two-day run through a 23-team field, winning by six shots with a 129 total.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | September 20, 2004
During the Blast's consecutive runs to the MISL championship, one of the constants was Scott Hileman's performance in goal. Last year was the best of Hileman's career, including a Most Valuable Player award for the league championship. But it also turned out to be his last go-around after eight seasons, leaving the Blast with its largest riddle as it began its training camp last week. Finding out when, how or if it can replace Hileman may turn out not to be a major concern. Still, the club isn't taking any chances.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | July 13, 1994
BETHESDA -- Amateurs ruled the second day of the 73rd Maryland Open, with three at the top of the leader board and fourth with the day's low round over the Blue Course at Congressional Country Club.Evan Hileman, who had a share of the first-round lead at 71, backed it up with a 73 and took sole possession with a 36-hole total of 144.Former Maryland Amateur champion Shane Patterson shot 73 for 145, where he is tied with Randy Morris, playing in his first Open in 15 years, who had a 74.Three pros followed at 146, two-time champion Larry Ringer, two-time runner-up Dennis Winters and Wayne DeFrancesco.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 1, 1999
He won only two games during the month, yet Blast goalkeeper Scott Hileman still received the National Professional Soccer League's defensive Player of the Month award for November.Coach Kevin Healey said that's a credit to how well his most valuable player has performed all season."They [the NPSL] didn't take the easy way out and pick some team that had a better record for that month," Healey said. "They looked at his performance and decided that his performance deserved that kind of recognition."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 6, 1999
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- On a night when the Blast was having a tough time keeping the Harrisburg Heat away from its new goalkeeper, Scott Hileman, it fell upon the beleaguered defense to hold a slim lead over the last eight minutes of the game.As Franklin McIntosh said some time back, "When it has to, the defense comes through for us."Barely.Holding firmer than it had for most of the evening, the Blast withstood a furious late rush by Harrisburg to triumph, 14-13, last night. The victory not only evened the Blast's record at 16-16, it also was the first time the team has achieved the .500 mark this season.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | May 2, 2004
Nearly 10,000 fans were on their feet cheering at 1st Mariner Arena last night as red and gold confetti blew into the air in celebration of the Blast's sweep of the Milwaukee Wave in the Major Indoor Soccer League championship series. The No. 2 seeded Blast won Game 3 of the best-of-five series, 6-2, with an effort that included superb team defense and an outstanding performance by goalie Scott Hileman, who had 14 saves and was named the series' Most Valuable Player. "Championships are won by every single member of the team," said Hileman, as he accepted his trophy in front of 9,862 fans.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | November 24, 1999
The answers to why Blast midfielder Denison Cabral and goalkeeper Scott Hileman have been so successful in shootouts this season lies in practice.They have to face each other.Cabral leads the league in shootout goals (nine) and Hileman is tied for the league lead in stopping them (eight).Having two of the best specialists in the league on the same team is a major reason the Blast is having a decent year on special teams."Denison has a couple of different things that he does on the shootout that makes him successful," coach Kevin Healey said.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | April 5, 2000
If others want to sit out practices or games, that's fine with Blast goalkeeper Scott Hileman; he understands the toll the National Professional Soccer League takes on a player. But Hileman wants nothing to do with the bench, neither for practices -- he doesn't miss any -- nor games. Coach Kevin Healey would like to give him an occasional game off for rest, but the keeper would just as soon pass on that. So the two made a deal before the season that basically stipulates that Hileman is going to play as much as he physically can. And Healey has kept his word.
NEWS
August 25, 2004
On August 22, 2004; JAY S. ROFFELD of Middle River; beloved husband of the late Betty Hileman Roffeld; devoted father of Steven G., Joseph I. and Sherry L. Roffeld and the late Ronnie L. Fields; loving grandfather of Jessica, Steven, Jr, Christopher, David, Ronnie, Jr and Amanda and dear brother of William H. Roffeld. Family will receive friends at the family owned Evans Funeral Chapel-Bel Air, 3 Newport Drive (Routes 23 and 24-Forest Hill) on Thursday 10 AM to 12 Noon at which time a Funeral Service will be held.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | May 3, 2004
All season, Blast goalie Scott Hileman said he had nothing personal to prove. He said the fact that he was on the bench last year, when the Blast won its first championship in 20 years, while Brett Phillips took Hileman's turn in the starting rotation, was no big deal. That's what he said - until after he had anchored the Blast to a 6-2 victory in Game 3 over the Milwaukee Wave on Saturday night at 1st Mariner Arena for back-to-back Major Indoor Soccer League championships and earned the series' Most Valuable Player award.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | May 2, 2004
Nearly 10,000 fans were on their feet cheering at 1st Mariner Arena last night as red and gold confetti blew into the air in celebration of the Blast's sweep of the Milwaukee Wave in the Major Indoor Soccer League championship series. The No. 2 seeded Blast won Game 3 of the best-of-five series, 6-2, with an effort that included superb team defense and an outstanding performance by goalie Scott Hileman, who had 14 saves and was named the series' Most Valuable Player. "Championships are won by every single member of the team," said Hileman, as he accepted his trophy in front of 9,862 fans.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | March 7, 2004
Blast goalie Scott Hileman caught the ball and then, in an official's opinion, carried it out of the goal box. The veteran heard the whistle and turned, stunned. He looked down, saw where he and the ball were and fell to his knees, his head clasped in his hands. There were just 59 seconds to play in this Major Indoor Soccer League game against San Diego, and the Blast had a two-goal lead. But suddenly, the 1st Mariner Arena was bedlam. Hileman would have to leave the field for two minutes for committing a hand-ball violation and, 15 seconds after that, Blast midfielder P.J. Wakefield would be ejected for abusive language, giving the Sockers a two-man advantage against backup goalie Brian Rowland.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2004
PHILADELPHIA -- Blast goalie Scott Hileman's teammates had a lot of fun scoring on him in practice last week, but the team didn't find any joy last night when the Philadelphia KiXX made the Blast's All-Star pay for every lapse. When the ball rolled in off Hileman's fingertips for a six-goal Philadelphia lead, Blast defender Billy Nelson couldn't believe it, and acknowledged his amazement by rolling his eyes. Even All-Stars and championship teams have bad nights. Last night, Hileman and his teammates had theirs.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 19, 2004
MONTERRY, Mexico - David Bascome scored two goals to help the Blast defeat the Monterrey Fury, 8-5, last night and extend its winning streak in the Major Indoor Soccer League to six games. Blast goalkeeper Scott Hileman was part of the highlights for the offense as he scored a late goal to help clinch the victory. Chile Farias and P.J. Wakefield got the first two goals of the game, but the Fury came back to get the next two to leave the game tied at the end of the first quarter. Denison Cabral and Bascome added goals in the second quarter to put the Blast ahead 4-3 at halftime.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2002
The uniqueness of the goalkeeper is evident before a game, when the goalies walk onto the playing surface wearing different-colored jerseys from their teammates. It's also a roller-coaster of a position - particularly in the indoor game, where the shots often come at a rapid pace, with big saves coming one minute and goals sneaking past the next. Blast keeper Scott Hileman, who was named to his second straight All-Star Game on Wednesday, has found a way to balance it out over the course of his six-year pro career: playing as much as he can. The only keeper in the Major Indoor Soccer League to start in all of his team's games - 20 going into tonight's home game against the Cleveland Crunch with a 10-10 mark - Hileman has logged more minutes (1,181)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 9, 2001
Scott Hileman comes without a lot of the extras often found in a goalkeeper. There's no particular flair to his game, no out-of-the-ordinary personality and no fancy story about the first time he went into the goal. When he tells you he's working on a master's degree in business, you have no trouble picturing him going off to work someday (he's planning on later rather than sooner) in a suit. Instead, what you will find is a keeper with a level of certainty who's doing his best to play on an even course: Why need a dramatic save when you can have the angle covered?
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2004
The regular Blast workout is over for the day, but there on the field at 1st Mariner Arena, Scott Hileman continues on, going through extensive goalkeeper drills with backups Karim Moumban and Brian Rowland. Hileman doesn't have to do it. He doesn't have to do the conditioning exercise that he is doing now. He makes a save on a ball kicked by Rowland, then runs to the side of the crease to hop back and forth over Moumban's crouched body before running back to the front of the goal to make another save.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 10, 2004
The Blast nearly made a bit of franchise history in last night's 8-2 victory over the St. Louis Steamers at 1st Mariner Arena. The Blast, which doesn't have a shutout in the 12-year history of the most recent franchise (including its years as the Spirit) and goalie Scott Hileman delighted the crowd of 3,716 by holding St. Louis scoreless until midway through the fourth quarter. The Steamers couldn't score for the first 52:36 of the 60-minute game until Sterling Wescott beat Hileman with 7:24 left in the fourth period, when the Blast held an 8-0 lead.
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