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SPORTS
By Mike Preston | May 31, 1991
National champion North Carolina and runner-up Towson State placed a combined 13 players on the college lacrosse All-America teams yesterday.North Carolina had seven players named to the first three and honorable-mention teams, and Towson had six, including senior midfielder Rob Shek, who was named to the first team. He became the first Towson Divison I player selected for the first team.Shek had 35 goals and nine assists this season, and also was named East Coast Conference Player of the Year earlier this month.
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NEWS
By Kathy Curtis and Kathy Curtis,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 11, 1997
"KIDS CAN really make a difference in the community," says Betsy McMillion, coordinator of Howard County's recycling education program.Last Wednesday, students from west Columbia schools were honored for their contributions to recycling at a ceremony at the Howard Building in Ellicott City.The event was sponsored by the Recycling Division of the county's Bureau of Waste Management.Atholton High School senior Hei Cissy Ng was recognized for her efforts to increase recycling in her neighborhood.
NEWS
By BONITA FORMWALT | March 22, 1995
When William Hubbard retired from his family brokerage business six years ago, he turned to the Anne Arundel County Department of Aging -- not because he needed help but because he wanted to help his community.Today, this Linthicum resident goes to Corkran Middle School twice a week to tutor students in language arts. Many of the students are considered "at risk" and have problems that make learning especially difficult.Mr. Hubbard, who is legally blind, understands some of the difficulties.
SPORTS
By SAM DAVIS | October 29, 1991
City College's success this season has not been the work of any one player.The Knights (6-0) are the area's second-ranked team and rank fifth in scoring (30.0) and fourth in points allowed (6.7), as they prepare for Friday's showdown with No. 1 Calvert Hall, because of a host of players.However, if there is a key to this team, it is quarterback Terrence Suber.This season Suber, a junior, has emerged as a steadying force for the Knights' run-oriented offense, and he has been an accurate passer, completing 31 of 51 for 755 yards and nine touchdowns.
NEWS
March 18, 1992
Twelve Westminster High School marketing students won 24 awards and a state Distributive Education Clubs of America executive board office at the 29th annual Maryland State DECA Career Development Conference March 5-7 in Hagerstown, Washington County.Amy Mullinix was elected Maryland State DECA Region I vice president. The region includesCarroll, Frederick and Washington counties. She and Scott Spertzel, Shawn Smith-Lewter and Amy Boundy, will have the opportunity to represent the state at the National DECA Career Development Conference April 28-May 3 in Anaheim, Calif.
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts | September 29, 1991
Three residential projects -- from a house design to a school conversion -- are among 10 architectural projects honored in the 1991 Design Awards program sponsored by the Baltimore chapter of the American Institute of Architects.Alcott Place, the conversion of the former Louisa May Alcott elementary school on Reisterstown Road to apartments for the elderly, won one of five awards for "built" projects. Cho Wilks & Benn was the architect.The Smith Residence, a house designed by Columbia Design Collective for construction on the bank of the Patapsco River in Oella, received a design award in the "unbuilt" category.
NEWS
By Sally Buckler and Sally Buckler,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 16, 1995
GLENELG HIGH School students are a talented bunch. Four seniors at the school are finalists in the Maryland Distinguished Scholar Program, giving them a chance to get a four-year scholarship at a Maryland college or university. Matt Ashmore, John Habert, Frederick Kramer and Chris Seymour, also a finalist in the instrumental music category, were selected as finalists.Semifinalists include Lauren Brown, Aaron Fallon, Michaelean Ferguson, Brendan Gallagher, Suzanne Mundy, Michele Renehan and Patrick Tvarkunas.
SPORTS
November 14, 2001
Baseball MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Red Sox IF Mike Lansing filed for free agency after Boston declined his $6 million option and chose to pay $1.25 million buyout. ANGELS: Exercised $400,000 option on contract of IF Benji Gil. Activated 1B Mo Vaughn from 60-day DL. BRAVES: Agreed to $75 million, six-year contract with OF Andruw Jones. DODGERS: Named Bill Bavasi director of player development and John Boles senior adviser for baseball operations. RANGERS: Named Terry Francona bench coach and Dom Chiti and Jay Robertson special assistants to GM. Will not exercise $2.5 million contract option on P Justin Thompson and will pay him $1 million buyout instead.
NEWS
By From Staff Reports | February 16, 1994
Baltimore Sun staff members won first-place prizes in 11 of the 26 categories in the 1993 Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association competition for major daily newspapers, including citations for public service and general news reporting.The Sun and Evening Sun won 25 prizes in the competition for reporting, editorials, commentary, photography, art and graphic design among daily newspapers with a daily circulation of 75,000 or more.The Washington Post won 21 prizes, including eight first-place honors; The Washington Times received 16 awards, five of them for first place; and the Wilmington News Journal received eight awards, one of them a first-place honor.
NEWS
By Sherry Joe and Sherry Joe,Sun Staff Writer | June 12, 1994
Three Howard County students have earned top awards in the national American Automobile Association's 50th anniversary poster contest.Peng Wu, 14, of Mount Hebron High School, and Felice Sun, 17, and James Hsu, 14, both of Centennial High School, last month won U.S. Savings Bonds, collectively worth $275, and certificates for their posters depicting traffic safety tips. All are students of Ellicott City art teacher May-Fong Tsay.Four other students of Ms. Tsay's won honorable mentioncitations.
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