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By DON VITEK | July 16, 1993
Over the July 4th weekend, County Lanes in Westminster held a singles tenpin tournament: six games, scratch, across 12 lanes.A scratch tournament draws the best bowlers from the #i Baltimore-Washington area.Baltimore came out on top with Brian Cavey winning and Steve Robbins tying for second with Westminster's Bill Chapman.Last season Chapman, a native of Oregon, bowled in two leagues, Monday at Fair Lanes Kings Point in Randallstown and Wednesday at County Lanes.His high average was 208, not bad for a guy who started bowling a few years ago. And especially not bad for a guy who has a congenital back problem.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - Before playing at Madison Square Garden in the 1990 ECAC Holiday Festival, Walt Williams was considered an up-and-coming player for a down-and-out program. A junior, Williams had stayed at Maryland rather than transferring to another school without penalty after the Terps were put on a harsh probation by the NCAA. Ineligible to play in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament or the NCAA tournament that season because of the sanctions, the late December tournament at a place often called "The World's Most Famous Arena" became a showcase for the 6-foot-8 guard from Temple Hills known as "The Wizard" and a program under second-year coach Gary Williams.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 29, 1991
EMMITSBURG -- Drexel University never trailed and rolled to an 87-56 victory last night over Maryland-Eastern Shore in the consolation game of the Mount St. Mary's Holiday Tournament.The Hawks are 0-10 overall and 0-4 since Bobby Wilkerson took over from Bob Hopkins as head coach.Drexel (2-6) shot 50 percent in the first half and capitalized on 10 Maryland-Eastern Shore turnovers to take command, going on to its first victory since Nov. 29.The margin steadily widened throughout the second half for the Dragons, who lost to Georgia State in the first round.
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December 28, 2011
Playing in the consolation round of the 16th annual Green-n-Gold Holiday Tournament following matching first-round losses, the Perryville and Havre de Grace boys met up on Wednesday night, and it was the Cecil County representatives that walked away winners, beating the Warriors, 58-40. The Panthers, who were up 33-16 at halftime, were led by Gabe Sherrod's 29-point performance. Josh Ingram netted nine points in the victory, while fellow Panther Brian Matthews had eight points.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | December 31, 1992
This one wasn't a masterpiece for the unbeaten North Carroll girls basketball team.The ninth-ranked Panthers (7-0) were sluggish most of the firshalf and found themselves locked in a tight duel with the heavy underdog Fallston Couga But point guard Ashlee Douglas began to take charge in the third quarter for North Carroll, leading a N. Carroll Holiday Tournamentrun that carried the Panthers to a 51-40 victory last night in the championship game of the...
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Reporter | December 26, 2007
For Seton Keough's Katelyn Fischer and Mount St. Joseph's Henry Sims, playing basketball in a holiday tournament with teams from around the country is one of the best Christmas presents they could get. Today, when their teams head out of town - No. 1 Seton Keough to Dallas and No. 2 Mount St. Joseph to Wilmington, N.C. - Fischer and Sims will be itching to get on the court and help their teams test themselves against new opponents. It doesn't matter to either of them - or any of their teammates - that they will be away from home for much of Christmas week.
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By STAFF REPORTS | August 17, 1997
The University of Maryland women's basketball team will participate in three tournaments in the 1997-98 season and features Loyola on its four-game non-conference slate.Maryland will compete in the ECAC Women's Holiday Tournament, hosted by Holy Cross, Nov. 29-30, the St. Peter's Tournament in Jersey City, N.J., Dec. 29-30, and will be host for the Dial Classic at College Park Dec. 13-14.In non-conference games, the Terps visit Rutgers (Nov. 15), and play host to Loyola (Nov. 19), Hampton (Dec.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | December 28, 1992
Mount Hebron is the host of its first holiday boys basketbal tournament starting tomorrow, and the Vikings must enter it with mixed emotions.They'll face Pikesville at 7:30 p.m. in the Mount Hebron Holiday Tournament without two players who began the season as starters.Gone are sure-handed freshman point guard Dan Shick and senior guard Masai Demus.Shick, who started the first four games as the Vikings went 3-1, told coach Scott Robinson he had been playing since he was 5 years old and was burned out from the sport.
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By JEFF SEIDEL | December 23, 2007
GIRLS BASKETBALL Fallston @ N. Carroll holiday tournament WHEN -- Wednesday, 10 a.m.; Thursday, TBA OUTLOOK -- Fallston won this tournament last year, but the Cougars will face a tough, early-season test in the first round of the Paws Division. Jess Harlee and company go up against a Century team that got off to a 5-0 start. The winner of the Fallston-Century game meets the Carver A&T-Notre Dame Prep victor in the division title game on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. The losers meet for a 10 a.m. consolation game.
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January 5, 1992
The North Carroll girls basketball team jumped out to a 14-5 lead and didn't look back as they defeated Centennial (Howard County), 62-47, to win the North Carroll holiday Tournament, Dec. 28.Kim Piccione and Jennie Cooper led the way offensively for the Panthers, scoring 11 and 10 points, respectively.North Carroll reached the finals with a 73-35 win over Franklin, Dec. 27.Michelle Jeffery led three panthers in double figures with a game-high 19 points. Francine Hewes and Mindy Bankert both added 10.In the Liberty Belle tournament in Eldersburg, host Liberty fell to Howard, 53-36, in the championship game.
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March 26, 2008
Boys Basketball Player of the Year Sean Mosley St. Frances Mosley was touted as one of the best players in the area coming into this season, and the Maryland-bound senior lived up to the billing. He moved into second place in the state in scoring with 2,933 points. He averaged 23.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game and saved his best performances for the end of the season, leading St. Frances to the Baltimore Catholic League tournament title. He had 79 points in three games in the BCL tournament, including a season-high 35 against rival Mount St. Joseph.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Reporter | December 26, 2007
For Seton Keough's Katelyn Fischer and Mount St. Joseph's Henry Sims, playing basketball in a holiday tournament with teams from around the country is one of the best Christmas presents they could get. Today, when their teams head out of town - No. 1 Seton Keough to Dallas and No. 2 Mount St. Joseph to Wilmington, N.C. - Fischer and Sims will be itching to get on the court and help their teams test themselves against new opponents. It doesn't matter to either of them - or any of their teammates - that they will be away from home for much of Christmas week.
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By JEFF SEIDEL | December 23, 2007
GIRLS BASKETBALL Fallston @ N. Carroll holiday tournament WHEN -- Wednesday, 10 a.m.; Thursday, TBA OUTLOOK -- Fallston won this tournament last year, but the Cougars will face a tough, early-season test in the first round of the Paws Division. Jess Harlee and company go up against a Century team that got off to a 5-0 start. The winner of the Fallston-Century game meets the Carver A&T-Notre Dame Prep victor in the division title game on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. The losers meet for a 10 a.m. consolation game.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | December 30, 2005
DAMASCUS -- The last time Liberty's Brandon Gervie faced Hammond's Steve Sessa - in last year's 2A-1A state semifinals - he required overtime to win. "That wasn't convincing enough to me," said Gervie, the defending 189-pound state champion. "I couldn't wait to do it again." Gervie got his chance in yesterday's 17-team Damascus Holiday Wrestling Tournament, and his 8-4 victory over Sessa lifted Liberty over Hammond, 210-205, in a tournament victory that was the program's first of such magnitude in nine years under coach Mike Flemming.
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2003
Park School's basketball teams will try to build more than a lead as they kick off their holiday tournament this afternoon to benefit the Chesapeake chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Students at the Brooklandville school, including players on the boys and girls basketball teams, are in the process of building their third house in Waverly for Habitat. Although there is no admission fee for the tournament, all proceeds from concessions and a raffle will be donated to Habitat. "Our boys coach, Josh Wolf, wanted one of our school service projects to benefit from the tournament and it made sense to have Habitat be the beneficiary," said girls basketball coach Julie Webers, the faculty adviser for Park's Habitat for Humanity chapter.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Rick Belz and Jeff Zrebiec and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2003
Glenelg 6-foot center Cheyenne Davidson was given medical clearance to return to practice earlier this week after breaking the pinkie on her right hand in two places during the Gladiators' 61-41 victory over Howard on Dec. 16. Coach Ciaran Lesikar said that if Davidson can deal with the pain, the senior will play against No. 14 Long Reach today. Davidson, a returning All-County selection, missed three games and the Gladiators were 2-1 during that span. The loss - a 42-34 setback to Wilson High School in Virginia - was in Saturday's Lafayette Tournament final.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Rick Belz and Jeff Zrebiec and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2003
Glenelg 6-foot center Cheyenne Davidson was given medical clearance to return to practice earlier this week after breaking the pinkie on her right hand in two places during the Gladiators' 61-41 victory over Howard on Dec. 16. Coach Ciaran Lesikar said that if Davidson can deal with the pain, the senior will play against No. 14 Long Reach today. Davidson, a returning All-County selection, missed three games and the Gladiators were 2-1 during that span. The loss - a 42-34 setback to Wilson High School in Virginia - was in Saturday's Lafayette Tournament final.
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By Mike Farabaugh bHC fdB | May 9, 1991
Some, including Howard coach Dan Ross, believe Baltimore County lacrosse teams are violating the spirit of the state playoff rules.Howard finished its regular season at 10-2, but did not make the state Class 4A/3A quarterfinals. Excluding holiday tournament games, which do not count for purposes of the state's point system, Baltimore County's Perry Hall team ended the regular season at 8-2 and did qualify. Ross believes the system hurts a team that chooses to play the maximum number of games, which is 12 (or 14 if you compete in a holiday tournament)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 29, 2002
Rodney Scott hit two foul shots with less than a minute to go to seal a 51-49 victory for No. 9 Dunbar over Norcom last night in the final of the Bethel Holiday Invitational in Hampton, Va. Maurice Barksdale and Herman Hayes had 13 points for the Poets, who improved to 7-1 with the victory over the Portsmouth City, Va., school. "It was a very big win," said Poets coach Eric Lee. "Anytime you can win a holiday tournament on the road it is big. It can give us momentum going into league play."
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December 28, 2002
Results Boys basketball Friends 59, Mt. Carmel 44 F-Sissman 18, Flinn 18, Cooper 4, Whitman 9, Hecht 10. Totals 25 9-25 59. MC-Wilson 11, Pomeroy 12, Barrett 1, Giese 11, Graber 9. Totals 15 11-23 44. Half: F, 25-18. Bethel Invitational (at Hampton, Va.) Dunbar 65, Bethel (Va.) 61, 2OT D-Thompson 5, Barksdale 20, Hayes 22, Jenifer 2, Waddy 6, Maybank 10. Totals 17 28-35 65. B-Hawks 19, Thomas 7, Payne 2, Hambrick 14, Foye 4, Barton 13, Ellis 2. Totals 23 9-12 61. Half: B, 22-19. End of reg: 51-51.
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