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On June 6, 2006, JOHN T., beloved husband of the late Margaret L. (nee Weber) devoted father of Pamela J. Collins and husband Gene, John T. Williams, III, and wife Judy, Mark E. Williams and wife Tracy, Charlene E. Guzzo and husband Gary, Jeffrey S. Williams and wife Dawn; devoted brother of Brenda Covington and husband Gordon; devoted grandfather of Gene Jr., Michael, Lindsay, Stephanie, Amanda, Jennifer, Kristen, Jeffrey, Sarah, Tommy IV, Hindley, Hanna,...
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By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | July 30, 1991
It's U.S. soccer pride vs. British football pride, and to listen to the visiting team, it might as well be David wrestling with Goliath.The congregation from the Sheffield Wednesday football club of England came to yesterday's news conference with an air of confidence befitting champions, which is just what they were in the Second Division of the English League last season.Asked what the reaction would be at home if his team were defeated (i.e. embarrassed) by the American Professional Soccer League's Maryland Bays tonight at Cedar Lane Park (7:35)
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By Bill Free | August 18, 1991
After fighting with each other most of the first half, the Maryland Bays regrouped in the second half and blitzed the Albany Capitals, 4-1, in an American Professional Soccer League game last night at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia.The Bays, led by Jean Harbor's goal and assist, scored all four of their goals in the second half to overcome a 1-0 deficit and clinch the Western Conference championship with two regular-season games to play.But for the first half, the Bays (17-2) resembled anything but the hottest team in the APSL.
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By Bill Free | May 26, 1991
Jean Harbor and the unbeaten Maryland Bays had too much of everything for the Tampa Bay Rowdies last night before a packed house of 3,231 at Cedar Lane Park.Harbor had one goal and two assists, and the Bays defense put it all together for the first time this season on the way to a 3-0 victory over the Rowdies and U.S. national team captain Peter Vermes.Harbor has an American Professional Soccer League-leadinfour goals and three assists in four games.Harbor outran the Tampa Bay defense most of the night anflirted with several scoring opportunities in the first half before taking part in all three Bays (4-0)
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By Joe Layden and Joe Layden,Special to The Sun | September 7, 1991
ALBANY, N.Y. -- It seems the only time the Maryland Bays have trouble scoring is when they visit upstate New York.Earlier this season, in their first trip to Albany, the Bays were beaten by the Capitals, 3-0. It was the only time all year the high-scoring Bays were shut out. Last night, it nearly happened again, and as a result the Bays find themselves in a hole midway through the first round of the American Professional Soccer League playoffs.Lee Tschantret's goal at 3 minutes, 27 seconds of the second overtime period gave the Capitals a surprising 2-1 victory over the defending champion Bays in the first game of their semifinal series before a crowd of 1,809 at Bleecker Stadium.
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By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | July 31, 1991
Judging from the smiles and opening goodwill handshake there was no denying what took place last night at Cedar Lane Park was exhibition soccer, but that didn't erase the sting of the 2-0 loss for the Maryland Bays, or the thoughts of what could have been.On paper, it was easy for skeptics to say that the Bays were overmatched by the Sheffield Wednesday club team from the British First Division.However, when it came time to play the game, the Bays "gave them a go," as several of the British players would admit after their victory.
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By Jeff Rusnak and Jeff Rusnak,Special to The Sun | August 25, 1991
MIAMI -- The question before the Maryland Bays' regular-season finale at Miami was whether Bays forward Jean Harbor would score his 18th goal to set an American Professional Soccer League record.But for 65 minutes Miami stole the spotlight from Harbor last night at the Orange Bowl. The Miami Freedom, last in the American Conference, played the Bays even until an inadvertent goal of its own making and a score by Brian Haynes gave Maryland a 3-1 win.Harbor didn't get his record-setting goal and finished the season with 17, tying him with Chance Fry for the APSL record.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Sun Staff Correspondent | June 17, 1991
WASHINGTON -- In the first half, the Maryland Bays hit every part of the goal except the back of the net.Forward Jean Harbor and midfielder John Abe both found the right goal post, and midfielder Kevin Sloan found the top of the goal.But Abe and Harbor both would score in the second half to give the Bays a 2-1 win over Millonarios of Colombia at RFK Stadium yesterday.The victory enabled the Bays to remain in first place in the Western Conference of the American Professional Soccer League with a 7-0 record and 55 points.
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By Carter Cromwell and Carter Cromwell,Special to The Sun | July 7, 1991
NEWARK, Calif. -- It had the effect of a sucker punch -- unexpected, powerful and, said the Maryland Bays' Jean Harbor, heartbreaking.It was the blow yesterday that began the end of the Bays' league-record 18-game winning streak.It was a goal by the San Francisco Bay Blackhawks' Jeff Baicher with 10 seconds remaining in the first half. That gave the %J Blackhawks a 1-0 halftime lead and was the impetus for their 3-1 victory over the Bays, the defending American Professional Soccer League champions.
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By Tara Finnegan | June 30, 1991
The Maryland Bays have a perfect record in the American Professional Soccer League this season. Two of their defenders, Chris Reif and George Gelnovatch, also have perfect records -- playing every minute of the eight games.Those two records have much to do with each other.Gelnovatch, a stopper, and Reif, a sweeper, have done an "excellent job as far as stabilizing the defense," Bays coach Gary Hindley said. "It's more [important] for a central player to be on the field as much as possible."
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