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February 9, 2006
On February 7th, 2006, EVELYNHOSTETLER (nee Hamby); beloved wife of Frederick A. Hostetler; devoted mother of Kenneth Hostetler, Dawn Cottingham, Frederick Hostetler, Jr. and Cathy Bunnell. Also survived by ten grandchildren, two loving sisters Jean and Vivian and a host of nieces, nephews and other loving relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home P.A. 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Route 702 (beltway exit 36) on Thursday from 3-5 & 7-9 P.M. Funeral service on Friday at11 A.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Matt Castello, The Baltimore Sun | July 29, 2011
Considering the closely tied paths Barney Ehrmann and Dan Hostetler traveled the past four years, it doesn't seem strange that the Major League Lacrosse rookies wound up teammates on the Chesapeake Bayhawks. Ehrmann (Gilman) and Hostetler (River Hill) both played key roles on their football, basketball and lacrosse teams during high school. Both hail from families with strong ties to professional football. Both eschewed football and decided to play lacrosse in college.
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October 16, 2008
On October 14, 2008, DOROTHY ROSE; beloved wife of the late Charles Brosh and Leroy Hostetler; dear mother of Sharon Benton; loving sister of John and Charles King and Joan Grattan; devoted aunt of Wendy, Debbie and Jimmy; dear companion of her pet Rosie. Funeral service at the W. Dabrowski-Chojnacki Funeral Homes, P.A., 1005 Dundalk Avenue, Thursday, 12 P.M. Interment Oaklawn Cemetery. The family will receive friends Thursday 11 A.M. to 12 P.M.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | November 15, 2008
On a damp and foggy night, in the opening round of the Class 2A South regional playoffs, River Hill quarterback Luke Hostetler demonstrated the diversity of the Hawks' offense. Hostetler threw touchdown passes to Leron Eaddy (17 yards) and Michael Campanaro (39 yards), then ran for a 1-yard score, for a 20-6 victory over visiting Gwynn Park of Prince George's County last night. No. 1 River Hill, the defending 2A state champion, will play winner of the Frederick Douglass-PG/North Point game Friday at 7 p.m. on the Hawks' field.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | January 10, 1994
LOS ANGELES -- Jeff Hostetler now wants the reputation to go with the ring.Even though he quarterbacked the New York Giants to a Super Bowl victory over the Buffalo Bills three years ago while filling in for Phil Simms, Hostetler has yet to be ranked among the game's top quarterbacks.But Hostetler took a step toward getting the respect he wants yesterday, when he bombed the Denver Broncos for 294 yards and three touchdowns to give the Los Angeles Raiders a 42-24, AFC wild-card playoff victory before 65,314 fans at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
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By Bob Glauber and Bob Glauber,Newsday | September 26, 1991
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- New York Giants coach Ray Handley called a special meeting Monday with quarterback Jeff Hostetler to try to clear the air about some criticisms Handley made about Hostetler's play. But based on Hostetler's comments yesterday, the purification process appears far from complete.Handley and Hostetler met privately for about 10 minutes to address Hostetler's feelings on a number of issues. The two talked about plays from Sunday's 13-10 win over the Cleveland Browns, and also about some of the concerns Hostetler may have been having about the Giants' stumbling offense, which has produced only 59 points in four games.
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By Bill Free | October 30, 1997
With Sunday's devastating 20-17 loss to the Ravens still lingering in the players' minds yesterday, Redskins coach Norv Turner spent the day trying to reconstruct his injury-stricken offensive line and watching backup quarterback Jeff Hostetler work with the first team.No, Turner is not starting Hostetler on Sunday against the Chicago Bears.Gus Frerotte is still the No. 1 quarterback but took the day off to be with his wife, Annie, for the birth of the couple's second child."Gus will be back tomorrow [today]
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By Steve Springer and Steve Springer,Los Angeles Times | October 18, 1994
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- On Sunday, Jeff Hostetler changed the plays.On Monday, he was not about to change his mind.Twenty-four hours after engaging in a heated argument over play-calling with Coach Art Shell on the sideline at Miami's Joe Robbie Stadium in front of 69,380 fans and a national television audience, the Los Angeles Raiders' quarterback stood his ground on the other side of the country.Facing a media blitz with the same self-confidence he shows in facing defensive blitzes, Hostetler exhibited no remorse over the incident that overshadowed the Raiders' 20-17 overtime defeat and threatened to upset the always delicate relationship between those who call the plays and those who must execute them.
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By Ken Rosenthal | August 6, 1991
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- What if they gave a quarterback controversy and nobody came? Interesting question, as far as the Super Bowl champion New York Giants are concerned.Neither Phil Simms nor Jeff Hostetler appeared before the media last night after the Giants' 23-17 preseason victory over Buffalo. Frankly, there isn't much for either to say.Each has won a Super Bowl, but new coach Ray Handley says the job is Simms' to lose. Incumbents are even safer in sports than in politics, so really, what's the big deal?
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July 17, 1991
The fight for the New York Giants quarterback job is under way, and it figures to be a long one.Jeff Hostetler, the longtime backup who led the Giants to victory in the Super Bowl after Phil Simms was hurt in December, reached a contract agreement late Monday night as the first day of training camp ended.Terms of the deal were not released, but it should raise Hostetler's salary from $425,000 to more than a $1 million, putting him on equal footing with Simms, who will make $1.4 million in the final year of his three-year contract.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | October 26, 2008
River Hill is a team that likes to use the speed in its backfield on sweep plays that land its running backs in the end zone. But yesterday, playing in heavy winds and sheeting rain and against their toughest opponent of the season, the No. 1 Hawks went to the inside and survived on their offensive line's blocking and the jitterbug moves of their high-powered running back, Michael Campanaro. With Campanaro pushing the ball up the middle on two long drives to set up quarterback Luke Hostetler's 1- and 3-yard plunges into the end zone, River Hill remained undefeated and claimed its fifth shutout, 12-0, against No. 9 Wilde Lake.
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October 16, 2008
On October 14, 2008, DOROTHY ROSE; beloved wife of the late Charles Brosh and Leroy Hostetler; dear mother of Sharon Benton; loving sister of John and Charles King and Joan Grattan; devoted aunt of Wendy, Debbie and Jimmy; dear companion of her pet Rosie. Funeral service at the W. Dabrowski-Chojnacki Funeral Homes, P.A., 1005 Dundalk Avenue, Thursday, 12 P.M. Interment Oaklawn Cemetery. The family will receive friends Thursday 11 A.M. to 12 P.M.
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By MILTON KENT | November 30, 2007
The route to the second-floor club level area of M&T Bank Stadium, where the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association holds its press luncheon for the 16 coaches in the state football semifinals each year, is a familiar one to River Hill's Brian Van Deusen; he has made the trip the past two years. But there's more than a little deja vu at play for Van Deusen, who, for a second straight year, brings an unbeaten Hawks team that is ranked No. 1 in the area to the semifinals with a roster and a coaching staff that looks a lot like the one that reached the Class 3A championship game last year.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | March 14, 2007
River Hill lacrosse coach Keith Gonsouland knew senior Daniel Hostetler was special after playing a one-on-one basketball game against him when Hostetler was an eighth-grader. "Even though I was bigger and stronger than him, he played so hard," Gonsouland recalled. "As I remember, he fouled me every time I posted up. That impressed me, because he kept coming at me and didn't quit. That desire to compete is what makes him exceptional and sets him apart in all of the sports that he plays."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun reporter | March 9, 2007
COLLEGE PARK -- After the national anthem before River Hill's Class 3A state semifinal against ninth-ranked Mervo last night, Daniel Hostetler looked into the Comcast Center stands, extended his right leg in the direction of Hawks fans a la Chuck Berry and played air guitar. "I was just so hyped, so pumped up," said the 6-foot-2 River Hill forward. "And the crowd, man, really got me going." From there, Hostetler and fellow senior Tommy Brenton proceeded to rock and roll. Brenton scored 30 points, much of it on 16-for-20 free-throw shooting, grabbed 10 rebounds, blocked four shots and had three steals and assists each, and Hostetler scored 20 points, grabbed six rebounds and also had three steals and assists each in a 62-53 victory over the Mustangs (18-8)
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,SUN REPORTER | March 3, 2007
The River Hill boys basketball team cut down its nets last night, celebrating the program's first regional title with a win that typified its season to this point. Relentless in their zone defense and unselfish on offense, the Hawks stayed a step ahead of visiting Severna Park all game and then counted on senior captain Tommy Brenton's near-perfect work from the foul line to close out a 48-37 win in the Class 3A East final. Brenton hit 13 of 14 free throws in the final 2:37 to take game-high honors with 19 points.
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By Steve Jacobson and Steve Jacobson,Newsday | August 22, 1991
Ray Handley, the coach who identifies himself as a rookie, made his move. He went to Jeff Hostetler and said, "You're my quarterback.""And I shook his hand," the rookie coach said.Then he went to Phil Simms, the noble Giant through the battering of the bad years and the buttering of the good years, and said, "I've made the decision. I'm going to start Jeff. You know, as I've indicated what your role is on the team, how valuable I consider you."It was as gentle, diplomatic, considerate, politic and tactful as a feeling man could make it. And so the Phil Simms Era ended, and the Bill Parcells Era, too. And the Ray Handley Era began: The kings are dead; long live the kings.
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By Frank Litsky and Frank Litsky,New York Times | January 17, 1991
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The last time the New York Giants played the San Francisco 49ers, a dramatic 7-3 loss 6 1/2 weeks ago, Jeff Hostetler was in the game for one play, holding for Matt Bahr's 20-yard field goal.When the Giants and the 49ers meet in San Francisco on Sunday for the NFC championship and a trip to the Super Bowl, Hostetler will be the Giants' quarterback.It sounds like a mismatch: Joe Montana of the 49ers, regarded by many as the greatest quarterback ever, against Hostetler, starting only the sixth game in his seven seasons in the NFL.But the foot injury that has sidelined Phil Simms, normally the Giants' quarterback, for the last month has given Hostetler a chance.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun Reporter | February 4, 2007
The biggest quarterback mismatches in Super Bowl history: Season Top QB Bottom QB Skinny 1969 Len Dawson, K.C. Joe Kapp, Minn. Dawson was the game MVP; Kapp, a Canadian Football League import, had no TDs and two INTs. 1979 Terry Bradshaw, Pitt. Vince Ferragamo, L.A. Bradshaw won second consecutive MVP; Ferragamo, an injury replacement, was 15-for-25 for 212 yards. 1982 Joe Theismann, Wash. David Woodley, Miami Theismann threw for two TDs; Woodley was 4-for-14 for 97 yards before being replaced by Dan Marino the next season.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | December 10, 2006
River Hill's dream season turned into a nightmare at M&T Bank Stadium last night, thanks to Friendly quarterback Joe Haden. Haden, who is headed to the University of Florida to become a wide receiver, led Friendly of Prince George's County to the Class 3A state championship with a 37-18 victory over top-ranked and previously unbeaten River Hill. The Hawks played the second half without leading rusher and tackler Zach Martin, who left the game after suffering a separated shoulder in the second quarter.
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