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June 29, 2006
On June 25, 2006; GROMYKO A. HUNTLEYOn Friday friends may call at the VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES, 5151 Balto. Nat'l Pike, from 4:00-8:00 P.M. On Saturday, Mr. Huntley will lie instate at Village Baptist Church, 100 S. Hilton St., where the family will receive friends from 9:30 to 10:00 A.M. with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-233-2400.
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By From Sun staff reports | September 22, 2009
Jenn Ward scored two unassisted goals and Caitlin Dempsy added one as visiting No. 11 Fallston (3-3) upended No. 1 Garrison Forest. "Fallston played a great game," Grizzlies coach Traci Davis said. "They passed really well, were very quick moving the ball and did a nice job defensively. "We came out flat in the first half and came alive in the second, but Fallston had a great day and took us out of our game." Freshman Geagy Pritchard scored both goals for Garrison Forest (7-1-1)
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NEWS
February 5, 2006
On January 28, 2006, BRAXTON (BRAX) is survived by his beloved wife Eleanor W. Huntley and her children Patricia L. Leake and her husband Woodrow of Decatur, GA., and John D. Wafer of Ellicott City, MD.;loving brother of Roxanne Higginbotham and her husband James of Gainesville, GA.; dear grandfather of Jennifer Amalfitano and her husband Joseph of Saco, ME., and Lisa Sherman of Gainesville, FL.,; dear great-grandfather of Katrina and Nicole Sherman....
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | April 29, 2008
Scoring by committee seems to agree with the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team. Nine players scored as the No. 5 Blue Jays waltzed to a 12-1 romp over visiting Mount St. Mary's before an announced 675 at Homewood Field in Baltimore last night. The nine scorers tied a season high set in a 14-13 overtime loss to Syracuse on March 15 and a 12-5 win over Navy on April 19. Twice this season, Johns Hopkins has gotten goals from eight players. Getting contributions from other sources could be critical as the defending national champion Blue Jays (7-5)
NEWS
September 24, 1991
C. Huntley Hilliard, 66, chairman of the industrial arts department at the Gilman School, died of cancer Sunday at his home on the school's Roland Avenue campus.Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. John's Episcopal Church, South Road and Kelly Avenue in Mount Washington.Mr. Hilliard had headed the industrial arts department since 1958 and was instrumental in its expansion from the elementary grades to all 12 grades in the late 1960s. In 1971, the program moved into a new shop in a newly built wing of the main building at Gilman.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | March 22, 2008
For all of the attention opposing defenses pay to Kevin Huntley's hands and stick, the most-improved facet of his game may be his feet. A daily regimen of running, and limiting sodas and sweets, have helped Huntley drop 15 pounds off his 5-foot-10 frame. The Johns Hopkins senior attackman at one point last season tipped the scales at 205 pounds. "I feel like I'm moving around better," said Huntley, who said he weighs less than the 190 pounds listed in the team's media guide. "I notice it when I'm running with a defenseman and I actually end up getting some separation like I used to instead of having him on my hands the whole time.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | April 9, 2005
Freshman attackman Kevin Huntley scored from the right of the crease with 1:05 remaining in the second four-minute overtime period last night to lift No. 1 Johns Hopkins past No. 2 Duke, 11-10, before a crowd of about 7,000 at Homewood Field. In edging the Blue Devils (11-1), the Blue Jays (8-0) accomplished their main objectives of winning and remaining the only unbeaten team in NCAA Division I lacrosse. They also set a school record with their 32nd straight win at Homewood Field. But there is no mystique here.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | June 10, 2003
Calvert Hall's Kevin Huntley, The Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year in boys lacrosse, said yesterday that he has orally committed to play for NCAA Division I runner-up Johns Hopkins. Huntley, 16, who just completed his junior year, said he told Hopkins coach Dave Pietramala and two assistants after a meeting at the school on Sunday that "I would like to be a Blue Jay." "We sat and talked for a while and they told me where I stood with them and where I would fit into everything. They told me that they wanted me to be a Blue Jay," Huntley said.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 5, 2003
Mount St. Joseph scored three quick goals and controlled play in the early minutes of yesterday's matchup with Calvert Hall. But then everything changed, and the game belonged to Kevin Huntley and the host Cardinals after that. Huntley sparked the team's six-goal run over the final two minutes of the first quarter and finished with a career-high seven goals to help No. 6 Calvert Hall roll to a 12-5 victory over No. 12 Mount St. Joseph in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | March 26, 2005
Johns Hopkins goalkeeper Jesse Schwartzman posted a career-high 20 saves, and freshman attackman Kevin Huntley scored all three of his goals in a six-minute span in the fourth quarter to lift the No. 1 Blue Jays to a 9-7 victory over second-ranked Virginia in front of 8,321 fans at Homewood Field Saturday afternoon. The win, the 30th straight at home for Johns Hopkins, improves the Blue Jays' record to 5-0. Virginia fell to 6-1. The Blue Jays led 6-5 lead at the end of the third quarter when Huntley scored the first of his three goals at the 12:08 mark of the fourth quarter off an assist from senior Peter LeSueur.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | March 22, 2008
For all of the attention opposing defenses pay to Kevin Huntley's hands and stick, the most-improved facet of his game may be his feet. A daily regimen of running, and limiting sodas and sweets, have helped Huntley drop 15 pounds off his 5-foot-10 frame. The Johns Hopkins senior attackman at one point last season tipped the scales at 205 pounds. "I feel like I'm moving around better," said Huntley, who said he weighs less than the 190 pounds listed in the team's media guide. "I notice it when I'm running with a defenseman and I actually end up getting some separation like I used to instead of having him on my hands the whole time.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,Sun reporter | March 2, 2008
Sometimes in life, 10 seconds of your day can set the tone for all that's soon to come. Ten seconds. It's little more than a blink. It's barely enough time for the fastest men in the world to run 100 meters. You could hardly recite a short poem, play a guitar riff, or even read to the end of this paragraph in 10 seconds. Yet that was all the time it took yesterday at M&T Bank Stadium for Johns Hopkins to assert itself against Princeton in the Face-Off Classic. The Blue Jays controlled the ball in the opening seconds, and midfielder Michael Kimmel (Loyola)
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Reporter | May 20, 2007
PRINCETON, N.J. -- The first two quarters in yesterday's NCAA Division I men's lacrosse tournament quarterfinal started badly for Johns Hopkins. First, Georgetown freshman midfielder Andrew Brancaccio opened the scoring with a 12-yard shot he blew by Hopkins goalie Jesse Schwartzman. Then, after the Blue Jays answered with a three-goal run, junior attackman Kevin Huntley was penalized for a stick violation, leaving Hopkins a man down on defense for the first three minutes of the second quarter.
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By David Wood and David Wood,SUN REPORTER | September 8, 2006
ARLINGTON, Va. -- Along the Pentagon's gleaming and seemingly endless corridors, the reminders are everywhere. Framed crayon drawings by child well-wishers. Quilts memorializing the unspeakable loss. Photographs of the dead. Plaques commemorating the event. Even, on one rebuilt wall, a chart of the offices of the Army's chief of personnel. It shows, desk by desk, who sat where on that tragic day five years ago. Who was on vacation. Who lived, who died. Sept. 11 is a living memory here, painful but controlled and channeled into hard work.
NEWS
June 29, 2006
On June 25, 2006; GROMYKO A. HUNTLEYOn Friday friends may call at the VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES, 5151 Balto. Nat'l Pike, from 4:00-8:00 P.M. On Saturday, Mr. Huntley will lie instate at Village Baptist Church, 100 S. Hilton St., where the family will receive friends from 9:30 to 10:00 A.M. with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-233-2400.
SPORTS
By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | April 23, 2006
Johns Hopkins did not walk into Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium as a desperate team yesterday, but the Blue Jays were staggering and badly in need of a victory in a series they have owned for more than three decades. When the rain-soaked affair was over, No. 10 Hopkins was celebrating after recharging its season and reviving its playoff hopes, while No. 3 Navy was left to contemplate how another chance got away. Sophomore attackman Kevin Huntley scored on a slow, bouncing shot from in close after getting knocked to the ground with 5:07 left to complete a dramatic fourth-quarter comeback.
SPORTS
By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | March 25, 2006
Kevin Huntley has a nose for the goal, and the Johns Hopkins sophomore attackman does not mind getting it bloodied as he makes his way there. Huntley collects bumps, bruises, turf burn and other ailments with a frequency that matches his ability to make an opponent pay by doing what he does best. The former Calvert Hall star, who is the son of the most prolific goal-scoring midfielder in Hopkins history, is the pure finisher who sparks the offense for the No. 10 Blue Jays. And no one invites and handles more abuse from the opposition.
SPORTS
By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | March 25, 2006
Kevin Huntley has a nose for the goal, and the Johns Hopkins sophomore attackman does not mind getting it bloodied as he makes his way there. Huntley collects bumps, bruises, turf burn and other ailments with a frequency that matches his ability to make an opponent pay by doing what he does best. The former Calvert Hall star, who is the son of the most prolific goal-scoring midfielder in Hopkins history, is the pure finisher who sparks the offense for the No. 10 Blue Jays. And no one invites and handles more abuse from the opposition.
SPORTS
By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | March 8, 2006
Midway through the third quarter last night at Homewood Field, the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team was searching for a shot of confidence and staring at a rare two-game losing streak, while local rival UMBC smelled a huge upset. Then, it finally happened. The No. 8 Blue Jays, still smarting from Saturday's loss at home to Princeton and looking for a pulse on offense, came alive and left the 19th-ranked Retrievers in the dust. Sophomore attackman Kevin Huntley scored a career-high five goals, junior attackman Jake Byrne added two goals and two assists, and both players were in the thick of an eight-goal fourth quarter that lifted the Blue Jays to a 12-7 victory.
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