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April 8, 1993
Top-ranked McDonogh lost its first game of the season as No. 7 Loyola held off the host Eagles, 12-10, yesterday in an MSA A Conference game.Chris Marshall had two triples to lead a 13-hit attack for the Dons (3-0, 2-0).McDonogh fell to 2-2, 1-1.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2013
Morgan State and Coppin State are separated by about six miles in Baltimore City, and they are also neighbors in the bottom half of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference men's basketball standings. In the 74th meeting between the two schools on Saturday, the Bears separated themselves a bit from the Eagles with a dominant 80-51 victory before an announced 2,516 at the Coppin State Physical Education Complex. Morgan State snapped a three-game losing streak, while Coppin State suffered its fifth consecutive loss.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 21, 1996
Courtney Crangi, Michele Mohlman and Kristen Carey combined for 19 goals and seven assists as host Goucher routed Franklin Marshall, 22-8, in a nonconference women's lacrosse game yesterday.Goucher is 4-0; Franklin & Marshall is 0-1. Mohlman led all scorers with eight goals.North Carolina 14, UMBC 4: Erin McGinnis' five goals led the Tar Heels (5-1) to the lopsided win over the host Retrievers (1-3).MenBoston College 17, Fairfield 16: The host Eagles (2-2) fought off fourth-quarter goals by Fairfield to escape.
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By Lem Satterfield, For The Baltimore Sun | December 28, 2012
An even-tempered wrestler, McDonogh's Jack Clark has twice won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association and private schools state tournaments, as well as a National Preps crown after having been a runner-up the past two years. But during the host Eagles' McDonogh Holiday Duals on Friday, the 145-pound junior showed how dominant he can be against the best Maryland has to offer when he's a little fired up. Clark began the day with a pin over John Carroll's Artie Milner before scoring a 21-5 technical fall over Wilde Lake's Malik Jackson.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 25, 1996
Mount St. Mary's (17-7, 14-3) clinched the top seed in the Northeast Conference tournament with a 69-53 win yesterday over Marist.* Navy 68, Lehigh 53: Jen Seguin's 18 points and 17 rebounds led Navy (18-8, 6-6).* UMBC 86, Coastal Carolina 72: Jenn Gloyd scored 20 to lead UMBC (11-13, 8-5) past Coastal Carolina (9-15, 7-6).* Howard 77, Coppin State 70: Despite 34 points from Natasha Parks, the host Eagles (14-12, 11-5) fell to Howard (17-9, 13-3).* Delaware 63, Towson State 61: Kristen Stout's three-pointer with 1:36 left in overtime lifted the Blue Hens (11-15, 9-9)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 22, 1999
Melvin Whitaker scored 15 points to lead four players in double figures and help host Mount St. Mary's hold off a second-half rally by Monmouth for a 72-67 Northeast Conference victory last night.Gregory Harris scored 14, Tony Hayden 14 and Terrence Wilson 10 on 10-for-14 shooting from the free-throw line. The Mountaineers (8-10, 6-6) made 22 of 32 free-throw attempts. The Hawks (0-17, 0-11) went to the line seven times, making two.Alpha Bangura led Monmouth with 25 points.Mary Washington 97, Villa Julie 80: Bobby Frazitta scored 23 and George Bunch 21 to power the host Eagles (7-6)
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By From Sun staff reports | October 3, 2009
When quarterback Keith Randall completed a 7-yard touchdown pass Friday to Jordan Bledsoe in the second quarter, Owings Mills was on its way to breaking a 53-game losing streak in football that dates five years. "We led 6-0 at the half, and our kids could really feel the win," Owings Mills coach Steve Lurz said. "We knew we had to keep our composure in the second half." Abe Tadros added a 6-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, and the host Eagles (1-3) went on to beat Loch Raven, 12-0.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 25, 2005
Top-ranked Loyola edged second-ranked McDonogh, 1-0, in boys soccer yesterday. Zach Sell scored the game-winner off an assist from Will Poletis with six minutes left in the game for the host Dons (14-2-5). "It was a very even game and either team could have won tonight," said Loyola coach Kyle Swords. "It just came down to a good opportunity that went off the post for us." Ben Bartlett made nine saves for the Eagles (13-5-1), one more than Loyola's Akira Fitzgerald. No. 3 Mount St. Joseph 2, North Harford 1 -- Tyrone Hall scored the game-winner four minutes into overtime for the visiting Gaels (17-3-3)
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By From Sun staff reports | April 22, 2009
The eighth-ranked Loyola baseball team fell behind early but came back from a five-run deficit to defeat No. 6 Archbishop Spalding, 10-8. Harry Slade and Drew Hoppes drove in three runs each to spark the rally for the host Dons (13-4), who scored four runs in the fifth to tie the score and five runs in the sixth to take the lead. Ryan Cullen also had a big game for the Dons, going 3-for-3 with three steals and three runs scored. Austin Neary had three hits, including a home run, and drove in six runs for Spalding (18-4)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 4, 2004
Lauren Troupe led five Greyhounds in double digits with 13 points as the visiting Loyola women's basketball team defeated Canisius, 63-58, last night. The Greyhounds (1-3, 1-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) led 55-39 with 4:29 remaining when the Golden Griffins (2-3, 0-1) rallied, outscoring Loyola 19-8 in the closing minutes but fell short. Becky Zak led Canisius with 18 points. Salisbury 78, Waynesburg 63: Jenna Peters led five players in double figures with 14 points as the Sea Gulls (4-2)
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By From Sun staff reports | October 3, 2009
When quarterback Keith Randall completed a 7-yard touchdown pass Friday to Jordan Bledsoe in the second quarter, Owings Mills was on its way to breaking a 53-game losing streak in football that dates five years. "We led 6-0 at the half, and our kids could really feel the win," Owings Mills coach Steve Lurz said. "We knew we had to keep our composure in the second half." Abe Tadros added a 6-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, and the host Eagles (1-3) went on to beat Loch Raven, 12-0.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | September 24, 2009
In ice hockey, when a player scores three consecutive goals the achievement is called a natural hat trick. On Wednesday, Garrison Forest freshman Brooke Adler scored three straight to lead the host No. 1 Grizzlies to a 4-1 field hockey victory over No. 10 Archbishop Spalding, and her coach called it something else. "It's called amazing!" said Garrison Forest coach Traci Davis, whose team improved to 8-1-1. "All the credit to her and her teammates. Brooke is in position to score - on the inside, forward line - and it's terrific to have a freshman put it in the net like that."
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By From Sun staff reports | May 12, 2009
Stephanie Speierman threw a no-hitter, broke a state record and helped the No. 7 Hammond girls softball team advance to the Class 2A South regional semifinals by beating visiting Patuxent, 3-1, on Monday. Speierman (15-2) gave up one run and two walks, and struck out 15, which pushed her career total to 1,351 to best previous record-holder Megan Elliott of Calvert with 1,345. No. 3 Chesapeake-AA 7, Leonardtown 0: : Lauren Gibson (11-2) pitched seven innings, gave up five hits and struck out 10 to lift the Cougars (16-2)
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By From Sun staff reports | April 22, 2009
The eighth-ranked Loyola baseball team fell behind early but came back from a five-run deficit to defeat No. 6 Archbishop Spalding, 10-8. Harry Slade and Drew Hoppes drove in three runs each to spark the rally for the host Dons (13-4), who scored four runs in the fifth to tie the score and five runs in the sixth to take the lead. Ryan Cullen also had a big game for the Dons, going 3-for-3 with three steals and three runs scored. Austin Neary had three hits, including a home run, and drove in six runs for Spalding (18-4)
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By From Baltimore Sun staff reports | April 15, 2009
A slow start wasn't enough to doom No. 2 Calvert Hall in its lacrosse game against No. 9 McDonogh on Tuesday. Down by a goal at the half, the Cardinals (7-1) reeled off five goals in a row while shutting out the host Eagles (8-3) to earn a 6-2 win. Patrick Fanshaw started the comeback with a goal late in the third period off an assist by Jason McFadden to tie the score at 2. Patrick Coyle followed with a goal with less than six minutes left to give Calvert Hall the lead. Fanshaw scored again to make it 4-2, and goalie Greg Dutton made the lead stand up with 11 saves.
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By From Sun staff and news services | February 16, 2009
Reggie Jackson broke the game's final tie with a jump shot with 47.2 seconds left, and Boston College scored the final six points in an 80-74 victory over No. 6 Duke yesterday, the Eagles' first win over the Blue Devils in 24 years. Tyrese Rice had 21 points, including a key three-pointer, and Joe Trapani added 20 for the host Eagles (19-8, 7-5 Atlantic Coast Conference). Jackson finished with 15 points. Kyle Singler had 25 points for the Blue Devils (20-5, 7-4), who have lost three of four, and Gerald Henderson added 20. When the final horn sounded, BC's students rushed the court from both ends to celebrate.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 12, 2005
No. 3 Dunbar rallied past Poly, 60-47, on the strength of a 26-10 fourth quarter in boys basketball last night. The host Poets (14-2) got a strong defensive effort from Craig Singletary, who had five steals, and scoring from Nathan Irby, who had a game-high 17 points and went 5-for-6 on free throws in the final period. Irby also had nine rebounds. Michael Turner led the Engineers with 14 points. No. 5 McDonogh 75, Loyola 56: Junior guard DaJuan Summers paced the host Eagles (21-5) with 29 points and 13 rebounds.
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By From Sun staff and news services | November 18, 2008
Three players scored in double figures for the Virginia Tech men as the Hokies defeated Mount St. Mary's, 62-57, last night. Malcolm Delaney led Virginia Tech (2-0), scoring 18 points with 13 coming from the free-throw line. Virginia Tech was solid from the foul line, shooting 84 percent (27-for-32). A.D. Vassallo added 15 for the Hokies, and Jeff Allen scored 13. Jean Cajou led Mount St. Mary's (1-1) with a game-high 19 points. BOSTON COLLEGE 73, LOYOLA 50:: Joe Trapani scored 20 points and Tyrese Rice returned from a suspension to score 16 to lead the host Eagles (2-0)
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By From Sun staff and news services | November 18, 2008
Three players scored in double figures for the Virginia Tech men as the Hokies defeated Mount St. Mary's, 62-57, last night. Malcolm Delaney led Virginia Tech (2-0), scoring 18 points with 13 coming from the free-throw line. Virginia Tech was solid from the foul line, shooting 84 percent (27-for-32). A.D. Vassallo added 15 for the Hokies, and Jeff Allen scored 13. Jean Cajou led Mount St. Mary's (1-1) with a game-high 19 points. BOSTON COLLEGE 73, LOYOLA 50:: Joe Trapani scored 20 points and Tyrese Rice returned from a suspension to score 16 to lead the host Eagles (2-0)
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | October 15, 2008
After surrendering a first-half goal to Anne Arundel County rival South River, the Arundel girls soccer team constantly pressed for the equalizer throughout the second half last night in Edgewater. Shots went wide and high or, if not, Seahawks junior goalie Lyndse Hokanson always seemed to be in the way. With less than a minute left in regulation, senior forward Lexa Stevenson finally broke through for the Wildcats, neatly placing a 6-yard shot from the right side to the far post. After 20 minutes of scoreless overtime, the No. 10 Wildcats and No. 7 Seahawks settled on a 1-1 draw.
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