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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | November 14, 2004
Navy fullback Kyle Eckel has been selected to play in the Hula Bowl All-Star game, which will take place Jan. 22 in Maui, Hawaii. Eckel is the 24th player in school history to be selected for the Hula Bowl All-Star game and the first since tackle Derek Jaskowiak in 2002. Eckel, who has also been selected to play in the East-West Shrine Game and the Gridiron Classic, is one of just six players in school history to be selected to three or more all-star games. Originally published November 14, 2004, 5:59 PM EST
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTER | August 1, 2008
It took only a few training camp practices before a little-known sixth-round draft pick leapfrogged his way into the starting lineup of the Ravens' vaunted defense. But the discovery of safety Haruki Nakamura was not as rapid. Tucked away from the national spotlight - he wasn't among the 330 players invited to the NFL scouting combine - Nakamura fell under the Ravens' microscope. But player personnel assistant Mark Azevedo interviewed Nakamura at the Hula Bowl in January and saw a personable player who carried a Ravens-type work ethic.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | January 13, 1996
The East-West Shrine Football Classic decided that it didn't want Scott Milanovich after all, but the consolation prize for the Maryland quarterback won't be hard to stomach: a week in Hawaii courtesy of the Hula Bowl.At the start of the college football season, the organizers of the Shrine Classic had lined up Milanovich and Ohio State's Bobby Hoying to play quarterback for the East. Hoying, however, bounced up to a more prestigious all-star game, next week's Senior Bowl, and Milanovich had his invitation to today's Shrine Classic at Stanford (4 p.m., ESPN)
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | December 2, 2004
Josh Smith vividly remembers the misery of it all. On the television screen in front of him, his teammates were playing Army in the snow and mud at Lincoln Financial Field and Navy's leading tackler was longing to be with them - out of the toasty room. "I was just laying in a hotel bed up there watching the game," said Smith, referring to Philadelphia. "It hurt a lot. I had the mentality of getting myself ready to play and, three days before, I got appendicitis. It was a crushing blow.
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By Elise Armacost and Elise Armacost,Staff writer | November 26, 1991
You see the three of them bouncing down the hall -- little red-and-black pleated skirts swirling, bodies fit and trim, hair pulled up in identical red-ribboned ponytails -- and you think all those old stereotypes of high school cheerleaders are true, after all.Then you hear them talk about cheerleading in intense, reverent tones, as if itwere a religion. And you know how wrong you are.At North County High School, where cheerleading is serious business, these three seniors are among the nation's best, specially chosento join the 250 top cheerleaders at the Hula Bowl in Hawaii in January.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | November 10, 1994
When the Francis Scott Key Junior Eagle cheerleaders heard they had been invited to perform in the Hula Bowl halftime show in Honolulu, Jessica Broderick said:"I was pretty much the happiest person on earth. I never thought I'd go to Hawaii at 13. I thought it would be on my honeymoon."The girls' performance during the halftime show at the college football game will be televised nationally on ESPN at 9 p.m. Jan. 22.The nine-member team is hard at work trying to come up with the cash to pay its way to Hawaii.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2000
Just as he often evaded defenders on the football field, former Towson player Jason Corle was on a plane to warm Hawaii last weekend, juking the bitter cold that entered the Baltimore area not long afterward. Consider it further proof of the running back's elusiveness, which got him invited to the Hula Bowl, scheduled for kickoff at 4 p.m. today. It's an ability that he thinks gives him a shot at playing in the NFL. Three former Towson players -- punter Sean Landeta and running backs David Meggett and Tony Vinson -- went on to pro careers, and Corle believes that he has a good chance to become the fourth.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | January 18, 1996
Scott Milanovich's Draft Emergency Plan has four phases.Phase 1 in his attempt to re-establish himself as an NFL prospect came at the Blue-Gray Game, where Milanovich was one of the Most Valuable Players. Phase 2 comes this week: He's in Hawaii preparing for Sunday's Hula Bowl, the last chance to impress the pro scouts in an all-star setting. Phase 3 will be the scouting combines in Indianapolis in mid-February.Phase 4 will be individual workouts for NFL scouts in College Park. Despite all of that damage control, Milanovich said he could be frozen out of the draft on April 20-21.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 15, 2004
Sam Massey's all-star football tour will now include a stop Saturday at the prestigious Hula Bowl in Maui, Hawaii. The senior defensive back will become the first Morgan State player to compete in the game, which will be televised by ESPN at 8 p.m. "Sam is a prototype NFL player at 6-3, 205," said Morgan coach Donald Hill-Eley. "He has size, speed and quickness. I'm anxious to see how he does in the Hula Bowl." The Morgan coach said he will not attend the bowl because, "I'll be out recruiting, looking for more Sam Masseys.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTER | August 1, 2008
It took only a few training camp practices before a little-known sixth-round draft pick leapfrogged his way into the starting lineup of the Ravens' vaunted defense. But the discovery of safety Haruki Nakamura was not as rapid. Tucked away from the national spotlight - he wasn't among the 330 players invited to the NFL scouting combine - Nakamura fell under the Ravens' microscope. But player personnel assistant Mark Azevedo interviewed Nakamura at the Hula Bowl in January and saw a personable player who carried a Ravens-type work ethic.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | November 14, 2004
Navy fullback Kyle Eckel has been selected to play in the Hula Bowl All-Star game, which will take place Jan. 22 in Maui, Hawaii. Eckel is the 24th player in school history to be selected for the Hula Bowl All-Star game and the first since tackle Derek Jaskowiak in 2002. Eckel, who has also been selected to play in the East-West Shrine Game and the Gridiron Classic, is one of just six players in school history to be selected to three or more all-star games. Originally published November 14, 2004, 5:59 PM EST
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 15, 2004
Sam Massey's all-star football tour will now include a stop Saturday at the prestigious Hula Bowl in Maui, Hawaii. The senior defensive back will become the first Morgan State player to compete in the game, which will be televised by ESPN at 8 p.m. "Sam is a prototype NFL player at 6-3, 205," said Morgan coach Donald Hill-Eley. "He has size, speed and quickness. I'm anxious to see how he does in the Hula Bowl." The Morgan coach said he will not attend the bowl because, "I'll be out recruiting, looking for more Sam Masseys.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2000
Just as he often evaded defenders on the football field, former Towson player Jason Corle was on a plane to warm Hawaii last weekend, juking the bitter cold that entered the Baltimore area not long afterward. Consider it further proof of the running back's elusiveness, which got him invited to the Hula Bowl, scheduled for kickoff at 4 p.m. today. It's an ability that he thinks gives him a shot at playing in the NFL. Three former Towson players -- punter Sean Landeta and running backs David Meggett and Tony Vinson -- went on to pro careers, and Corle believes that he has a good chance to become the fourth.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | January 18, 1996
Scott Milanovich's Draft Emergency Plan has four phases.Phase 1 in his attempt to re-establish himself as an NFL prospect came at the Blue-Gray Game, where Milanovich was one of the Most Valuable Players. Phase 2 comes this week: He's in Hawaii preparing for Sunday's Hula Bowl, the last chance to impress the pro scouts in an all-star setting. Phase 3 will be the scouting combines in Indianapolis in mid-February.Phase 4 will be individual workouts for NFL scouts in College Park. Despite all of that damage control, Milanovich said he could be frozen out of the draft on April 20-21.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | January 13, 1996
The East-West Shrine Football Classic decided that it didn't want Scott Milanovich after all, but the consolation prize for the Maryland quarterback won't be hard to stomach: a week in Hawaii courtesy of the Hula Bowl.At the start of the college football season, the organizers of the Shrine Classic had lined up Milanovich and Ohio State's Bobby Hoying to play quarterback for the East. Hoying, however, bounced up to a more prestigious all-star game, next week's Senior Bowl, and Milanovich had his invitation to today's Shrine Classic at Stanford (4 p.m., ESPN)
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | November 10, 1994
When the Francis Scott Key Junior Eagle cheerleaders heard they had been invited to perform in the Hula Bowl halftime show in Honolulu, Jessica Broderick said:"I was pretty much the happiest person on earth. I never thought I'd go to Hawaii at 13. I thought it would be on my honeymoon."The girls' performance during the halftime show at the college football game will be televised nationally on ESPN at 9 p.m. Jan. 22.The nine-member team is hard at work trying to come up with the cash to pay its way to Hawaii.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | December 2, 2004
Josh Smith vividly remembers the misery of it all. On the television screen in front of him, his teammates were playing Army in the snow and mud at Lincoln Financial Field and Navy's leading tackler was longing to be with them - out of the toasty room. "I was just laying in a hotel bed up there watching the game," said Smith, referring to Philadelphia. "It hurt a lot. I had the mentality of getting myself ready to play and, three days before, I got appendicitis. It was a crushing blow.
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By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff writer | March 31, 1991
The relationship between North County residents Margaret Smith and Lisa Phillips could be likened to the one between college basketball coaches Roy Williams (Kansas) and Dean Smith (North Carolina).Williams benefited from years of tutelage under Dean Smith, and now both of them have teams in this year's Final Four of the NCAA basketball tournament.Margaret Smith, a 29-year cheerleading coaching veteran and present coach at North County, has passed on her vast experience and know-how to Phillips, a 1987 Brooklyn Park High graduate and four-year cheerleader at the now-defunct school.
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By Phil Jackman | January 10, 1992
* A fight that probably shouldn't be -- actually, there's no probably about it -- is being served up on TVKO (pay-per-view) tonight at 10. Iran Barkley is seeking Darrin Van Horn's IBF 168-pound title and, in the last couple of years, Iran has had two operations to reattach his left retina, plus cataract surgery. With 20/400 vision in his left eye, he was getting bombed by righthands he couldn't see. His vision is still only 20/100 and he's taken far too many whacks from strong punches lately, but still got the OK from the New York Athletic Commission.
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By Elise Armacost and Elise Armacost,Staff writer | November 26, 1991
You see the three of them bouncing down the hall -- little red-and-black pleated skirts swirling, bodies fit and trim, hair pulled up in identical red-ribboned ponytails -- and you think all those old stereotypes of high school cheerleaders are true, after all.Then you hear them talk about cheerleading in intense, reverent tones, as if itwere a religion. And you know how wrong you are.At North County High School, where cheerleading is serious business, these three seniors are among the nation's best, specially chosento join the 250 top cheerleaders at the Hula Bowl in Hawaii in January.
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