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By Zanto Peabody and Zanto Peabody,SUN STAFF | July 16, 1999
The first two hours on Triadelphia Reservoir were deja vu for Raymond Hohl, trolling the banks of the reservoir for bald eagles and issuing his stock warning, "We probably won't see them."Hohl, a law enforcement officer who monitors wildlife around the reservoir, had been charged more than once with leading visitors on ill-timed quests to find Howard County's only nesting pair of eagles. On this 92-degree day in July, both logic and the patrol boat, which had to have a leaky replacement fuel tank repaired, pointed to another futile search.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | November 19, 2011
It took an incredible goal from the defending state champions in the closing minutes of the Class 2A final for Southern-AA to finally fall in a breakthrough season. Moments after missing on an open net, Middletown senior forward Kelly Hohl made no mistake with a quick second chance - scoring from 16 yards with 6:56 to play to give the Knights from Frederick County a 1-0 win over Southern for their sixth state championship. Hohl collected a ball on the left side and neatly found the upper-right corner for the game-winner.
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NEWS
December 4, 1997
A former inmate at the Carroll County Detention Center was convicted yesterday of assaulting another inmate so severely that the victim needed surgery for facial and hip fractures.Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. set sentencing March 11 for Darnell Brockington, 21, of Eldersburg, who is serving an unrelated jail sentence in Worcester County.Brockington said he punched Brian M. Hohl of Finksburg once in self-defense May 27, after Hohl called him "boy" and cursed at him.Hohl said that when Brockington hit him in the face, he fell into a table and broke a hip. He said medical expenses to treat his injuries have cost about $18,000.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | June 10, 2005
IN THE STORY'S colorful first telling, Shannon Smith in her Jaguar and Darlene Hohl in her Mercedes crashed their luxury cars into each other last January, causing damage to both vehicles and the payment of insurance money to both grateful women. But the story was a lie, concocted strictly for profit. Smith never owned a Jaguar, nor even drove one. Hohl never owned a Mercedes, nor even drove one. As it happens, the worst collision in their lives was not automotive, but with one Michael Horner.
NEWS
July 31, 1997
A Sykesville man received suspended five-year prison sentences after he was convicted yesterday on charges of assault and battery stemming from a continuing domestic dispute with his former girlfriend.In the plea arrangement, Brion M. Hohl, 45, was placed on five years' probation on condition that he have no contact with the victim and attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings for 15 months.Hohl pleaded not guilty but agreed not to contest the prosecutor's version of the facts for assault and battery.
NEWS
January 8, 2005
On January 6, 2005, MONICA JO (nee Hohl), loving mother of Amanda Buckingham; dear daughter of Darlene Hohl; devoted sister of Anita L. Sipes and her husband David, Theresa M. Dean and her husband Raymond; dearest granddaughter of Josephine C. Spivey; beloved niece of Josephine and Ron Hammen, Maureen and David Carey, Colleen and Gary Ireland, Kristine and Steve Sankovich; dear aunt of Justin, Nicholas and Jonathan Sipes and Olivia Dean; dear friend of...
NEWS
By MICHAEL OLESKER | June 10, 2005
IN THE STORY'S colorful first telling, Shannon Smith in her Jaguar and Darlene Hohl in her Mercedes crashed their luxury cars into each other last January, causing damage to both vehicles and the payment of insurance money to both grateful women. But the story was a lie, concocted strictly for profit. Smith never owned a Jaguar, nor even drove one. Hohl never owned a Mercedes, nor even drove one. As it happens, the worst collision in their lives was not automotive, but with one Michael Horner.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 5, 1992
Redemption was the motivation for Dulaney's 15th-ranked boys soccer squad.The third-seeded Lions' 2-1 penalty shootout victory over 12th-ranked Perry Hall in yesterday's Class 4A, Region II semifinal avenged an earlier 4-1 loss that eventually cost them their fourth straight Baltimore County title.Dulaney's Joe Arditti -- the last of 22 players who took aim at the goal -- placed the winning shot to the left of keeper Chris Campbell (eight saves), lifting the visitors to a 10-9 edge. "We practiced penalty kicks all week and went 11-for-11 yesterday," said coach Craig Laferty.
NEWS
By Donald G. Vitek | August 4, 1991
It's another hot midsummer day in Carroll County.A couple of youngsters need to be entertained.Dad's at work, and, as the kids are so fond of saying, "There's nothing to do."How do you entertain youngsters when the temperature's in the 90s, and there's no relief in sight? Easy.Head for JoeRineer's Mount Airy Lanes and bowl duckpins -- in air-conditioned comfort.Without packing up a ton of equipment or toys or food, justjump in the car and go.New to the bowling game?No problem. The staff at Mount Airy Lanes or any other bowling center in Carroll is ready and more than willing to help the novice.
NEWS
June 30, 1991
David A. Jones, formerly of the accounting firm Jones and Foster, has merged his practice with Columbia-based Cardoni and Co.Jones specializes in corporate tax and financial consulting for construction contractors.He has been in public accounting since 1984.ILLUSTRATION: PHOTOCAPTION: DAVID A. JONESSpecializes in corporate taxGOLDBERG JOINS FIRMBoender Associates of Ellicott City has announced that Gene Goldberg has joined the firm and will lead its civil engineering department.Goldberg is a registered professional engineer with the state and brings to Boender over 27 years of civil engineering and construction management.
NEWS
January 14, 2005
On January 6, 2005, MONICA JO (nee Hohl), loving mother of Amanda Buckingham; dear daughter of Darlene Hohl; devoted sister of Anita L. Sipes and her husband David, Theresa M. Dean and her husband Raymond; dearest granddaughter of Josephine C. Spivey; beloved niece of Josephine and Ron Hammen, Maureen and David Carey, Colleen and Gary Ireland, Kristine and Steve Sankovich; dear aunt of Justin, Nicholas and Jonathan Sipes and Olivia Dean; dear friend of...
NEWS
By Zanto Peabody and Zanto Peabody,SUN STAFF | July 16, 1999
The first two hours on Triadelphia Reservoir were deja vu for Raymond Hohl, trolling the banks of the reservoir for bald eagles and issuing his stock warning, "We probably won't see them."Hohl, a law enforcement officer who monitors wildlife around the reservoir, had been charged more than once with leading visitors on ill-timed quests to find Howard County's only nesting pair of eagles. On this 92-degree day in July, both logic and the patrol boat, which had to have a leaky replacement fuel tank repaired, pointed to another futile search.
NEWS
December 4, 1997
A former inmate at the Carroll County Detention Center was convicted yesterday of assaulting another inmate so severely that the victim needed surgery for facial and hip fractures.Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. set sentencing March 11 for Darnell Brockington, 21, of Eldersburg, who is serving an unrelated jail sentence in Worcester County.Brockington said he punched Brian M. Hohl of Finksburg once in self-defense May 27, after Hohl called him "boy" and cursed at him.Hohl said that when Brockington hit him in the face, he fell into a table and broke a hip. He said medical expenses to treat his injuries have cost about $18,000.
NEWS
July 31, 1997
A Sykesville man received suspended five-year prison sentences after he was convicted yesterday on charges of assault and battery stemming from a continuing domestic dispute with his former girlfriend.In the plea arrangement, Brion M. Hohl, 45, was placed on five years' probation on condition that he have no contact with the victim and attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings for 15 months.Hohl pleaded not guilty but agreed not to contest the prosecutor's version of the facts for assault and battery.
SPORTS
By Mike Jefferson and Mike Jefferson,Contributing Writer | November 7, 1992
Dulaney soccer coach Craig Laferty and his players expected to face a speedy Northwestern High team in yesterday's Class 4A, Region II final.But even an aggressive, tightly packed Dulaney defense proved no match for Northwestern's speedy front line.Dulaney (10-2-1), ranked 15th, lost the regional championship, 2-0, on a muddy Northwestern field in Prince George's County.Northwestern advances to the state finals next weekend for the first time since 1972.Kanteah, Nyenforh and Prince Peters -- brothers playing offense for Northwestern (12-0-1)
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 5, 1992
Redemption was the motivation for Dulaney's 15th-ranked boys soccer squad.The third-seeded Lions' 2-1 penalty shootout victory over 12th-ranked Perry Hall in yesterday's Class 4A, Region II semifinal avenged an earlier 4-1 loss that eventually cost them their fourth straight Baltimore County title.Dulaney's Joe Arditti -- the last of 22 players who took aim at the goal -- placed the winning shot to the left of keeper Chris Campbell (eight saves), lifting the visitors to a 10-9 edge. "We practiced penalty kicks all week and went 11-for-11 yesterday," said coach Craig Laferty.
SPORTS
By Mike Jefferson and Mike Jefferson,Contributing Writer | November 7, 1992
Dulaney soccer coach Craig Laferty and his players expected to face a speedy Northwestern High team in yesterday's Class 4A, Region II final.But even an aggressive, tightly packed Dulaney defense proved no match for Northwestern's speedy front line.Dulaney (10-2-1), ranked 15th, lost the regional championship, 2-0, on a muddy Northwestern field in Prince George's County.Northwestern advances to the state finals next weekend for the first time since 1972.Kanteah, Nyenforh and Prince Peters -- brothers playing offense for Northwestern (12-0-1)
NEWS
By Donald G. Vitek | August 4, 1991
It's another hot midsummer day in Carroll County.A couple of youngsters need to be entertained.Dad's at work, and, as the kids are so fond of saying, "There's nothing to do."How do you entertain youngsters when the temperature's in the 90s, and there's no relief in sight? Easy.Head for JoeRineer's Mount Airy Lanes and bowl duckpins -- in air-conditioned comfort.Without packing up a ton of equipment or toys or food, justjump in the car and go.New to the bowling game?No problem. The staff at Mount Airy Lanes or any other bowling center in Carroll is ready and more than willing to help the novice.
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