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By Mike Farabaugh | November 29, 1991
Loyola scored quickly and often, using its varied football arsenal to dominate Calvert Hall yesterday at Memorial Stadium, 35-12."We wanted to use all our weapons and we did," said Loyola coach Joe Brune, celebrating his sixth Thanksgiving Day victory in the past seven years.The victory enabled the Dons (8-2-1) to raise their career hold on this 72-year series to 34-30. There have been eight ties.Loyola also ended its Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference season at 8-1, one game behind No. 1-ranked City (9-0, 10-0 overall)
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May 4, 2004
On April 26, 2004, DR. CHARLES J. MAILMAN, beloved husband of Susan P. Mailman, devoted father of David W. and Michael G. Mailman, dear brother of Lloyd S. Mailman. Services were held at Pacific View Memorial Park in Newport Beach, CA. Contributions may be made in his memory to Hoag Cancer Center, One Hoag Dr., 41, P.O. Box 6100, Newport Beach, CA 92658-6100.
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By Derek Toney | November 10, 1990
All season, Loyola coach Joe Brune has alternated Brad Hoag and Jeff Rhimes in the backfield. Yesterday, he started both, and they helped No. 10 Loyola claim at least a share of second place in the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference, holding off host and No. 8 Forest Park, 21-20.The victory kept alive Loyola's hopes of tying for first in the conference. The Dons will have to beat Calvert Hall on Thanksgiving, and need Gilman (6-1 in the conference) to lose today to McDonogh, and Poly (5-1)
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By Mike Farabaugh | November 29, 1991
Loyola scored quickly and often, using its varied football arsenal to dominate Calvert Hall yesterday at Memorial Stadium, 35-12."We wanted to use all our weapons and we did," said Loyola coach Joe Brune, celebrating his sixth Thanksgiving Day victory in the past seven years.The victory enabled the Dons (8-2-1) to raise their career hold on this 72-year series to 34-30. There have been eight ties.Loyola also ended its Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference season at 8-1, one game behind No. 1-ranked City (9-0, 10-0 overall)
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May 4, 2004
On April 26, 2004, DR. CHARLES J. MAILMAN, beloved husband of Susan P. Mailman, devoted father of David W. and Michael G. Mailman, dear brother of Lloyd S. Mailman. Services were held at Pacific View Memorial Park in Newport Beach, CA. Contributions may be made in his memory to Hoag Cancer Center, One Hoag Dr., 41, P.O. Box 6100, Newport Beach, CA 92658-6100.
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By Mike Farabaugh | November 27, 1991
Tell Loyola running back Brad Hoag that he has never lost to Calvert Hall and he cringes."Don't say that," said Hoag, gearing for tomorrow's kickoff against Calvert Hall at Memorial Stadium (10 a.m., WBAL 1090 AM). "Somebody said that last spring before we played Calvert Hall in lacrosse and we lost [11-10 in overtime]."The fact remains, Hoag has not lost to Calvert Hall on the football field, but he emphasized that he does not consider tomorrow's 72nd showdown as just another game."Playing Calvert Hall is always the big game," he said.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | November 29, 1991
Loyola scored quickly and often, using its varied football arsenal to dominate Calvert Hall yesterday at Memorial Stadium, 35-12."We wanted to use all our weapons and we did," said Loyola coach Joe Brune, celebrating his sixth Thanksgiving Day victory in the past seven years.The victory enabled the Dons (8-2-1) to raise their career hold on this 72-year series to 34-30. There have been eight ties.Loyola also ended its MSA A Conference season at 8-1, one game behind No. 1-ranked City (9-0, 10-0 overall)
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | November 27, 1991
Tell Loyola running back Brad Hoag that he has never lost to Calvert Hall and he cringes."Don't say that," said Hoag, gearing for tomorrow's kickoff against Calvert Hall at Memorial Stadium (10 a.m., WBAL-AM 1090). "Somebody said that last spring before we played Calvert Hall in lacrosse and we lost [11-10 in overtime]."The fact remains, Hoag has not lost to Calvert Hall on the football field, but he emphasized that he does not consider tomorrow's 72nd showdown as just another game."Playing Calvert Hall is always the big game," he said.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | November 21, 1990
After last year's Loyola-Calvert Hall football game, Cardinals coach Bill Mackley came to a conclusion few would argue:"It's a crazy game and anything can happen."Mackley learned that the hard way last Thanksgiving when the Dons of coach Joe Brune upset his Calvert Hall team, 15-12, in the 70th renewal of this traditional high school rivalry. The series record is 32-30-8 in Loyola's favor.Consider how weird last year's game was before analyzing tomorrow's 10 a.m. matchup at Memorial Stadium (WBAL-AM, 1090)
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By Kevin Eck | November 23, 1990
How much does it mean to Loyola coach Joe Brune to defeat rival Calvert Hall on Thanksgiving Day?More than upsetting the area's top-ranked team.No. 8 Loyola, which beat then-No. 1 Poly on Oct. 13, defeated Calvert Hall, 29-12, before approximately 9,000 at Memorial Stadium yesterday in the 71st meeting between the two schools."Beating Poly was good, but this is better," said Brune, in his 24th season at Loyola. "There's so much tradition involved in this game."With yesterday's victory, the Dons extended their lead in the series to 33-30-8.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | November 29, 1991
Loyola scored quickly and often, using its varied football arsenal to dominate Calvert Hall yesterday at Memorial Stadium, 35-12."We wanted to use all our weapons and we did," said Loyola coach Joe Brune, celebrating his sixth Thanksgiving Day victory in the past seven years.The victory enabled the Dons (8-2-1) to raise their career hold on this 72-year series to 34-30. There have been eight ties.Loyola also ended its MSA A Conference season at 8-1, one game behind No. 1-ranked City (9-0, 10-0 overall)
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | November 27, 1991
Tell Loyola running back Brad Hoag that he has never lost to Calvert Hall and he cringes."Don't say that," said Hoag, gearing for tomorrow's kickoff against Calvert Hall at Memorial Stadium (10 a.m., WBAL-AM 1090). "Somebody said that last spring before we played Calvert Hall in lacrosse and we lost [11-10 in overtime]."The fact remains, Hoag has not lost to Calvert Hall on the football field, but he emphasized that he does not consider tomorrow's 72nd showdown as just another game."Playing Calvert Hall is always the big game," he said.
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By Mike Farabaugh | November 27, 1991
Tell Loyola running back Brad Hoag that he has never lost to Calvert Hall and he cringes."Don't say that," said Hoag, gearing for tomorrow's kickoff against Calvert Hall at Memorial Stadium (10 a.m., WBAL 1090 AM). "Somebody said that last spring before we played Calvert Hall in lacrosse and we lost [11-10 in overtime]."The fact remains, Hoag has not lost to Calvert Hall on the football field, but he emphasized that he does not consider tomorrow's 72nd showdown as just another game."Playing Calvert Hall is always the big game," he said.
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By Sam Davis | November 16, 1991
City College football coach George Petrides was singing the praises of tailback Hari Lymon long before the top-rankedKnights' pivotal showdown with No. 4 Loyola yesterday.Therefore, it is only fitting that Petrides take the lead for the chorus of accolades being heaped upon Lymon after he ran 30 times for 190 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdowns in host City's 12-6 victory before a crowd estimated at 2,800."He's the most underrated back in the MSA, and we think he's the best one," said Petrides, whose team clinched at least a tie for first place in the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference.
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By Ken Murray | October 14, 1991
WASHINGTON -- After three weeks of bliss at RFK Stadium, the other shoe dropped on the Washington Redskins' defense yesterday.In a 42-17 victory over the Cleveland Browns, the Redskins lost three safeties -- one of them, Terry Hoage -- for perhaps the rest of the season.Hoage suffered a broken left arm late in the fourth quarter after replacing free safety Brad Edwards (bruised shoulder). He is expected to miss at least eight weeks. Strong safety Danny Copeland suffered a bruised shoulder as well and was replaced by Clarence Vaughn.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Evening Sun Staff | July 24, 1991
CARLISLE, Pa. -- Hard by the Pennsylvania Turnpike and miles from nowhere, this sleepy college town is not exactly a football utopia.But to Brad Edwards and Terry Hoage, there is no better place to be this summer than in the training camp of the Washington Redskins.These two cerebral safeties arrived at that conclusion from divergent, yet similar paths. Edwards came to the Redskins from the Minnesota Vikings a year ago via Plan B free agency. Hoage took the Plan B train from Philadelphia last February.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | November 23, 1990
Loyola's Brad Hoag gave credit where it was due.The Dons' junior running back rushed for 65 yards and scored two touchdowns in helping his team to a 29-12 victory over Calvert Hall yesterday at Memorial Stadium.It was the 71st renewal of the Thanksgiving Day rivalry. Loyola now leads the series, 33-30. There have been eight ties."Calvert Hall was really stuffing us from tackle to tackle," said Hoag. "In the first half, I kept heading outside [on option pitch sweeps]. In the second half, the gaps got wider and wider, thanks to our offensive line and Calvert Hall's aggressive pursuit, and I was able to cut back."
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By Kevin Eck | October 14, 1990
Amid a celebration of hugs and high-fives, Loyola coach Joe Brune calmly put things into perspective."From here on, every game is a big game," Brune said.But No. 12 Loyola's 10-0 upset of top-ranked Poly (4-1) at Poly's R.W. Lumsden Stadium yesterday may be the biggest.With its first victory over Poly since 1983, Loyola (4-1) ended Poly's 14-game winning streak -- the area's longest -- and created a logjam at the top of the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference standings. The Dons and Cardinal Gibbons are each 4-1 in the league, followed by Forest Park (3-1)
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By Bob Clark | April 7, 1991
Loyola High sophomore attackman Bill Evans spent Frida suffering from a 24-hour virus. Yesterday, he made No. 7 Gilman do the suffering, as he came off the bench to score six goals in leading the top-ranked Dons to a 9-2 victory at Hargaden Field.It was the regular-season opener for the defending Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference champion Dons, although they had been well-tested in 11 scrimmages.The victory gives Loyola a 1-0 Division I record. The loss for Gilman was the first in four games for the young Greyhounds (0-1 in the A Conference)
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By Vito Stellino | March 29, 1991
The Washington Redskins announced yesterday the addition of their first two Plan B free agents this year -- safety Terry Hoage of the Philadelphia Eagles and running back John Settle of the Atlanta Falcons.The Redskins also lost their second Plan B player when linebacker Greg Manusky signed with the Minnesota Vikings. Previously, the Redskins lost veteran offensive lineman Mark May to the San Diego Chargers, but they had indicated he no longer was in their plans.The Redskins still are pursuing safety Danny Copeland of the Kansas City Chiefs, although they appear to have lost their bid for punter Mike Horan, who has told the team he plans to stay with the Denver Broncos.
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