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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | May 12, 1993
Megan Horneman supplied the perfect ending to Liberty's perfect regular season.Horneman scored three of her four goals in a 77-second span late in the game to give No. 10 Liberty a hard-fought, 8-6 victory over host Westminster.Liberty became the first Carroll County team to finish the season unbeaten. The Lions ended 12-0 overall and 6-0 in the county for their fourth straight county title.Westminster finished 7-5 and 3-3. Both teams advance to the regional playoffs that begin Friday.Liberty, which routed Westminster, 15-4, in an earlier meeting, had no such luck this time.
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April 1, 2004
On March 30, 2004 MILDRED RUTH "Millie", beloved wife of James Willliam "Jim" Johnson, Sr., devoted mother of Kathleen Louise Horneman, James William Johnson, Jr., Lisa Marie Burke and the late Stephen James Johnson; dear sister of Howard M. Lynch, Jr. and Dorothy M. Schmidt; loving grandmother of Rachel A. Beck, Megan M. Horneman, Jessica L. Garland, John S. and Elizabeth K. Horneman, Margaret M. and Emma L. Burke; great grandmother of Casey, Molly and...
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 22, 1995
Jessica Horneman of Liberty is not fond of the mask she's forced to wear. It's an oversized contraption that occasionally cuts off her side vision and often makes Horneman keep her head up.In addition, it's not the prettiest piece of equipment in field hockey. To that end, the mask sometimes has drawn taunts from the stands, and all of this has made Horneman's season more difficult than expected.L But no one said coming back from a broken jaw would be easy.Horneman missed about a month -- including the team's first four games -- with the broken jaw suffered in a preseason scrimmage.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | January 6, 2000
Several Liberty High School students who attended a New Year's Eve party at the former home of a school counselor could be forced out of extracurricular activities -- including winter sports and the National Honor Society -- because of underage drinking. As many as 20 students, nearly all of them seniors at the Eldersburg school, face disciplinary action that could affect college admissions and scholarships. The action includes making students ineligible for sports and extracurricular activities.
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April 1, 2004
On March 30, 2004 MILDRED RUTH "Millie", beloved wife of James Willliam "Jim" Johnson, Sr., devoted mother of Kathleen Louise Horneman, James William Johnson, Jr., Lisa Marie Burke and the late Stephen James Johnson; dear sister of Howard M. Lynch, Jr. and Dorothy M. Schmidt; loving grandmother of Rachel A. Beck, Megan M. Horneman, Jessica L. Garland, John S. and Elizabeth K. Horneman, Margaret M. and Emma L. Burke; great grandmother of Casey, Molly and...
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | January 6, 2000
Several Liberty High School students who attended a New Year's Eve party at the former home of a school counselor could be forced out of extracurricular activities -- including winter sports and the National Honor Society -- because of underage drinking. As many as 20 students, nearly all of them seniors at the Eldersburg school, face disciplinary action that could affect college admissions and scholarships. The action includes making students ineligible for sports and extracurricular activities.
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By Gail Hare and Gail Hare,Staff Writer | December 16, 1993
The Sykesville town manager has made public a local group's interest in annexing several hundred Eldersburg residences into the town.At the council session Monday, Town Manager James L. Schumacher read a letter from the South Carroll Coalition acknowledging a recent meeting with town officials."
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | March 25, 1993
Patients escaped or walked away from Springfield Hospital Center at the rate of more than 10 per month last year, according to state figures released by the center's superintendent to the South Carroll Coalition.The figures show that 129 patients left the hospital grounds without authorization in 1992. The total includes 24 escapees who were court-committed, 39 patients who had been committed by physicians and 66 people who had voluntarily committed themselves.Dr. Bruce Hershfield, Springfield's superintendent, released the information on past walk-offs and escapes to the coalition after the group filed a Maryland Public Information Act request for it.In 1991, 269 patients -- an average of more than 20 per month -- left the center without authorization, the figures show.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | January 6, 2000
Several Liberty High athletes and scholars who attended a New Year's Eve party at the home of a school counselor could be forced out of extracurricular activities -- including winter sports and the National Honor Society -- because of underage drinking. As many as 20 students, nearly all of them seniors at the Eldersburg school, face disciplinary action that could affect college admissions and scholarships. The action includes making students ineligible for sports and extracurricular activities.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | November 4, 1993
It will go down as one of the most memorable and physical field hockey games in Carroll County history.And for North Carroll, it will linger as one of the most crushing defeats in all sports for the school.Unranked Liberty stunned the fourth-ranked Panthers, 1-0, on strokes yesterday after the teams had played an emotional, scoreless duel for 80 minutes in the Class 2A, West Region championship game at North Carroll.Fourth-seeded Liberty (9-5) rose up in the pressure-filled, best-of-five-strokes situation to win after being dominated most of the game by the second-seeded Panthers (11-2-1)
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | January 6, 2000
Several Liberty High athletes and scholars who attended a New Year's Eve party at the home of a school counselor could be forced out of extracurricular activities -- including winter sports and the National Honor Society -- because of underage drinking. As many as 20 students, nearly all of them seniors at the Eldersburg school, face disciplinary action that could affect college admissions and scholarships. The action includes making students ineligible for sports and extracurricular activities.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | January 10, 1997
From the lobby of Oklahoma Road Middle School, Kathleen Horneman directed visitors to the cafeteria, the starting point for tours of the new building.With the Jan. 21 opening, Horneman realizes a goal set four years ago, when she founded the South Carroll Coalition to battle for a new school. Despite severe crowding at Sykesville Middle, the area's only school for children in grades six through eight, and the coalition's call for a moratorium on residential construction in South Carroll, the state insisted no need existed and no money was available for a new school.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 22, 1995
Jessica Horneman of Liberty is not fond of the mask she's forced to wear. It's an oversized contraption that occasionally cuts off her side vision and often makes Horneman keep her head up.In addition, it's not the prettiest piece of equipment in field hockey. To that end, the mask sometimes has drawn taunts from the stands, and all of this has made Horneman's season more difficult than expected.L But no one said coming back from a broken jaw would be easy.Horneman missed about a month -- including the team's first four games -- with the broken jaw suffered in a preseason scrimmage.
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By ANNE HADDAD and ANNE HADDAD,SUN STAFF | October 17, 1995
The anonymous distributor of a racist flier might have the same goal as a South Carroll group trying to stop a proposed 250-unit rental townhouse development in Eldersburg.But the motivation is different, say the leaders."As soon as I got it, I threw it in the trash," said Kathleen Horneman, a neighborhood activist with South Carroll Community Coalition. "My reaction was pretty typical of everyone else. I would love to know what type of sick mind generated it, but maybe I don't want to know, because it could be one of my neighbors."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 27, 1994
It was supposed to be the night a talented Liberty girls lacrosse team put Carroll County in the state high school sports spotlight.The fifth-ranked Lions looked as if they had the weapons to beat No. 4 Loch Raven and claim the county's first state girls lacrosse championship.But it never happened, leaving one major lingering question yesterday.How could a Liberty squad that always seemed to be prepared be beaten so badly Wednesday night in the state Class 1A-2A championship game at Catonsville Community College?
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | March 17, 1994
The numbers jump out:Fourteen freshmen, nine sophomores, one junior and three seniors.That's what Liberty coach Bob Burger and his staff is working with as the Lions prepare for the coming season -- and the ones to follow. Burger hasn't divided his varsity and B squads yet, but one thing is certain: the varsity will be very young.Only four regulars are back from last year's squad. The handful of others filling out the varsity roster is not set, but Burger is very high on his talented, young group.
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By ANNE HADDAD and ANNE HADDAD,SUN STAFF | October 17, 1995
The anonymous distributor of a racist flier might have the same goal as a South Carroll group trying to stop a proposed 250-unit rental townhouse development in Eldersburg.But the motivation is different, say the leaders."As soon as I got it, I threw it in the trash," said Kathleen Horneman, a neighborhood activist with South Carroll Community Coalition. "My reaction was pretty typical of everyone else. I would love to know what type of sick mind generated it, but maybe I don't want to know, because it could be one of my neighbors."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | December 6, 1993
A strange thing happened to the Liberty girls basketball team last season.The Lions had one of the most talented players in the county, Amy Wolff, and an outstanding center, Dani Fostik.But they won only three of their last 19 games in a perplexing fade for a team that appeared to have the ability to make the regional playoffs.Wolff and Fostik are gone, and coach Tom Delise has decided to go back to his basic basketball philosophy of pushing the ball inside for high-percentage shots."I went away from everything I believed in last year," said Delise.
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By Gail Hare and Gail Hare,Staff Writer | December 16, 1993
The Sykesville town manager has made public a local group's interest in annexing several hundred Eldersburg residences into the town.At the council session Monday, Town Manager James L. Schumacher read a letter from the South Carroll Coalition acknowledging a recent meeting with town officials."
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | December 6, 1993
A strange thing happened to the Liberty girls basketball team last season.The Lions had one of the most talented players in the county, Amy Wolff, and an outstanding center, Dani Fostik.But they won only three of their last 19 games in a perplexing fade for a team that appeared to have the ability to make the regional playoffs.Wolff and Fostik are gone, and coach Tom Delise has decided to go back to his basic basketball philosophy of pushing the ball inside for high-percentage shots."I went away from everything I believed in last year," said Delise.
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