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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 28, 2006
Tierra Jackson led all scorers with 15 points, but the Towson women's basketball team had the lowest scoring output in three years as the Tigers (7-10, 12-6 Colonial Athletic Association) suffered their fifth-straight loss, 51-33, to visiting William & Mary (9-8, 5-3) last night at Towson Center. Penn State-Behrend 69, Frostburg State 56 -- Jessica Serafin scored 15 and Rachel Slomski added 13 as the host Lions (10-6, 7-3 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference) beat the Bobcats (11-5, 7-3)
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By Jeff Zrebiec | April 4, 2012
The Ravens' 2012 regular-season schedule won't be released until later this month, but the team's preseason slate is now set. They'll face the Detroit Lions and the Jacksonville Jaguars at M&T Bank Stadium, and play road preseason games against the Atlanta Falcons andSt. Louis Rams. The Ravens open preseason play at Atlanta on Thursday, Aug. 9, and conclude it on Thursday, Aug. 30 in St. Louis. Their preseason home opener against the Lions, which will serve as a homecoming for Detroit coach Jim Schwartz, who is a Mount St. Joseph alum, will take place on Friday, Aug. 17 at 8 p.m. The game will be televised nationally on FOX. Jacksonville will visit M&T Bank Stadium for the third preseason game on Thursday, Aug. 23. Only the Lions' game has a set time as of now because it will be nationally televised.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 29, 2006
Brian Carroll scored with 2.7 seconds left in overtime to give No. 3 Gilman a 9-8 win over No. 5 McDonogh yesterday in boys lacrosse. Kevin Carroll (two goals) took a pass from Brian Carroll (two goals, two assists) to tie the game late in the fourth quarter to send it into the extra period for the Greyhounds (10-4). Bryn Holmes had four goals for the host Eagles (11-4) and Tyler Fiorito had 14 saves. Girls lacrosse Maryvale 8, No. 3 St. Mary's 7 -- Erin McDonald (one goal, one assist)
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By From Sun staff reports | April 26, 2009
Johns Hopkins rallied late in the second half Saturday and had a chance to force overtime with time winding down, but No. 19 Penn State forced a turnover and the visiting Nittany Lions won, 12-11. The Blue Jays fell to 5-11 overall and 0-4 in the American Lacrosse Conference in their regular-season finale. The Nittany Lions improved to 8-7 and 2-2. Trailing 12-9 with 8:51 to play, Hopkins got goals from juniors Sam Schrum and Angela Hughes to make it a 12-11 game with 2:56 left. Sophomore Brooke Lipinski won the ensuing draw, but Stephanie Ellis forced a turnover with 1:57 remaining, and the Nittany Lions cleared the ball.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 15, 2007
Abby Lynch scored with 27 seconds remaining to lift visiting No. 6 Garrison Forest to a 2-1 victory over No. 7 Archbishop Spalding in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference game yesterday. Lynch deflected the ball in after Catherine Gartner brought it down on the right side and crossed it over. The game had been scoreless until 4:22 remaining, when junior Kaitlyn May scored off a penalty corner to give the Cavaliers (3-2) the lead. Clair Miller scored unassisted for the Grizzlies (4-1)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 4, 2004
Maureen Myers scored a game-high 22 points as host Johns Hopkins downed Alvernia, 71-53, last night in the first round of the NCAA Division III women's tournament. Hopkins (24-3) will face Marymount in the second round on Saturday at 5 p.m. in Arlington, Va. Alvernia finished 21-8. Vermont 70, UMBC 48: Aaron Yantzi and Theresa LaRocque scored 17 and 16 points, respectively, to power the host Catamounts (13-12, 7-10 American East) past the Retrievers (4-22, 4-13). DeSales 92, Frostburg State 56: The host Bulldogs (22-5)
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By From Sun staff reports | October 5, 2008
J.D. Hook rushed for an 8-yard touchdown with 43 seconds left in the game yesterday as Allegany upset visiting Mount St. Joseph, 23-21. The No. 6 Gaels (3-1) had taken the lead in the fourth quarter on back-to-back touchdown runs by Renard Robinson before the Campers (4-1) capitalized on a fake punt with 2:35 left to set up Hook's winning score. The fake came on fourth-and-15 and helped ruin Mount St. Joseph's comeback from 17-7. More football NO. 7 PERRY HALL 42, DULANEY 0:: Brandon Sofia rushed for three touchdowns as the visiting Gators (5-0)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 2, 2006
The top-ranked Chesapeake-Anne Arundel softball team avenged its only loss of the season in a big way yesterday at Glen Burnie, scoring four times in the fourth inning and posting three runs in the last three innings to overwhelm the No. 2 Gophers, 14-6. Freshman pitcher Lauren Gibson led the Cougars' 12-hit attack with three singles, a double, three RBIs and one run, and left fielder Brooke Owen had two doubles, two RBIs and two runs. Chesapeake (16-1) improved to 12-1 in Anne Arundel County play, while the Gophers (14-3)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 26, 2006
Allie Emala and Annie Thomas scored for Bryn Mawr and Abigail Bisbee made four saves to give the No. 4 Mawrtians a 2-1 win over host Towson in field hockey yesterday. Bryn Mawr (5-2) went up 2-0 five minutes into the second half on Emala's shot from the top of the circle. Caitlin Powers cut the lead to one for the Generals (3-3-1) with 6:25 to play, but the Bryn Mawr defense thwarted Towson's comeback attempt. More field hockey No. 5 Fallston 2, North Harford 1 -- Lindsey Puckett tied the game for the Cougars (7-1)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 13, 2003
Fullback Alex Butt carried 17 times for 160 yards and three touchdowns yesterday as second-ranked Hereford beat visiting Dulaney, 19-0. Defensive end Bill Reuter had a team-high 14 tackles and two sacks as the Bulls (2-0) handed the Lions (1-1) their first loss. No. 13 South Carroll 26, North Carroll 0: Senior quarterback T.J. Swanson threw for two touchdowns and ran for two others to lead the Cavaliers (2-0) over the host Panthers (0-2), who committed six turnovers. No. 14 Edgewood 36, North East 0: Ike Wright rushed for 139 yards and three touchdowns and Corey Trice added 123 yards and two touchdowns as the Rams defeated the host Indians.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | February 11, 2009
The No. 11 Atholton boys basketball team was at home last night, primed to run away from the pack in Howard County. Hammond said not so fast. The visiting Golden Bears took a 19-point first-quarter lead and pushed back every time the Raiders came back with a run, grinding out an impressive 67-62 win in Columbia. Hammond, behind a 21-point performance from senior guard Chris Baker, improved to 15-3 this season and 13-3 in Howard County. Atholton (17-2) remains in first place in the league with a 14-2 mark.
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By From Sun staff and news services | January 25, 2009
Vince Goldsberry hit a jumper with 2.8 seconds left to lift host Coppin State to a 61-60 victory over Hampton yesterday. The Eagles (4-15, 2-4 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) trailed 60-59, but Hampton's Mike Buckley missed a three-point attempt, which was rebounded by Coppin State's Lenny Young with seven seconds left. Young's layup attempt was blocked by Theo Smalling, but the ball went to Goldsberry, who hit the game-winner for his only points of the game. Michael Harper led Coppin State with 22 points.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2008
In a battle of unbeaten teams yesterday, top-ranked Centennial (18-0) used 18 kills by sophomore Samantha Brostrom to defeat No. 4 Fallston (17-1), 25-13, 25-18, 25-21, and win the Class 3A East region volleyball championship. The host Eagles advanced to Wednesday's Class 3A state semifinals at the University of Maryland's Ritchie Coliseum in College Park, where they will face Northern of Calvert County. "We didn't really change anything for this game," Centennial coach Larry Schofield said.
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By From Sun staff reports | October 11, 2008
While No. 1 River Hill and No. 3 Dunbar had no trouble last night, rolling to impressive shutouts, the same was not true for No. 6 Perry Hall. Visiting Franklin used three touchdowns each from Navassa Brown and Carl Fleming to pull off a 45-41 victory. "It was just one big play after another," Perry Hall coach Keith Robinson said. "Mostly big plays from them." Brown scored on runs of 51 and 55 yards to end the first half and give the Indians (4-2) the lead for good at 24-20. Perry Hall, which got four touchdowns from Brandon Sofia, fell to 5-1. Meanwhile, River Hill (6-0)
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By From Sun staff reports | October 5, 2008
J.D. Hook rushed for an 8-yard touchdown with 43 seconds left in the game yesterday as Allegany upset visiting Mount St. Joseph, 23-21. The No. 6 Gaels (3-1) had taken the lead in the fourth quarter on back-to-back touchdown runs by Renard Robinson before the Campers (4-1) capitalized on a fake punt with 2:35 left to set up Hook's winning score. The fake came on fourth-and-15 and helped ruin Mount St. Joseph's comeback from 17-7. More football NO. 7 PERRY HALL 42, DULANEY 0:: Brandon Sofia rushed for three touchdowns as the visiting Gators (5-0)
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun Reporter | May 8, 2008
After finishing the regular season 18-0, the Franklin softball team stayed with what has been working, coming away with a 2-0 win over Western Tech in yesterday's Baltimore County championship game at CCBC-Catonsville. Standout pitcher Jordan Eades had 12 strikeouts and the No. 6 Indians played fundamentally sound defense and were opportunistic offensively. Confidence is high as the Indians prepare to defend their Class 3A North region title and the starting point is Eades, who dominated most of the game.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Reporter | November 11, 2006
Top-ranked Liberty polished off its sixth straight regional volleyball championship last night by rallying from seven points down in the third game to sweep North Hagerstown, 25-23, 25-15, 26-24. Trailing 18-11 in the final game, the host Lions (16-1) came back to tie the game at 23 and then fought off the Hubs on match point to win the Class 2A West title, thanks to Melissa Stansbury's blistering jump serve and Sam Walters' finishing kill. Stansbury led the Lions with 15 kills, while Walters had nine.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 13, 2005
Right-hander Stephanie Weigman pitched a one-hit shutout as host Archbishop Spalding blanked John Carroll, 12-0, in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland tournament semifinals yesterday. Weigman (9-2) went five innings, walked one and struck out eight for the No. 4 Cavaliers (15-4), who will face the Institute of Notre Dame in Sunday's 3:30 p.m. final at Towson University. Spalding's Lauren O'Malley and Nicole Reeder both went 3-for-3. No. 5 Institute of Notre Dame 4, No. 12 Mount de Sales 1: Right-hander Colleen Matthes (16-7)
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | March 8, 2008
Junior Cassie Cooke used her quick first step and powerful moves to the basket to shred Middletown's defense last night. In the process, she led unbeaten Winters Mill back into the Class 2A state semifinals. Cooke narrowly missed a triple double, finishing with a game-high 26 points, 13 rebounds, eight assists and three steals, to lead the No. 8 Falcons to a 67-58 win over the visiting Knights in the Class 2A West final. "We have a target on our backs because we're undefeated, so we have to hold it down," Cooke said.
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By From staff reports | November 6, 2007
Top-ranked Reservoir, led by Julie Poston and Tiffany Jacobson, lost the first game before recovering to win the next three to beat Centennial in a Class 3A East Regional quarterfinal yesterday. The Gators (16-0) won the match against the visiting Eagles (11-5), 20-25, 25-21, 25-17, 25-19. "Centennial's defense was on top of it tonight," Reservoir coach Carole Ferrante said. "They're going to be a very strong program next year. ... My team read what they were doing and adjusted their play."
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