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October 3, 2007
On September 29, 2007, ANNA MARIE HYSON (nee Koch); wife of the late Charles F. Hyson, Sr.; mother of Donald V. and wife Debby and the late Charles F. Hyson, Jr. and his late wife Marie; grandmother of Donna, David, Dorothy, Denise, Daniel, Charles and Paul; great-grandmother of 14. Services private.
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By Mike Frainie, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2011
— Chesapeake starter Megan Hyson has had a great season. Unfortunately for the Cougars, it wasn't a perfect one. The senior gave up double-digit hits for the first time this season, as the Cougars fell to Frederick County's Urbana, 5-3, in the Class 4A state championship game Saturday at the University of Maryland. Hyson was going for a 23-0 record, but a shaky first inning proved to be her undoing. Hyson, who is headed to Georgetown to play softball next year, said she was hurt by a lack of preparation.
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By BILL FREE | February 10, 1993
A high school sports utopia.That was the scene last Wednesday night at North Carroll, where more than 1,300 people squeezed into the gymnasium to watch the storied Panthers and big-time challenger Francis Scott Key rumble on the mat.For more than 90 minutes, North Carroll and Key epitomized high school athletics at their finest. Any high school coach or athletic director in the country dreams of nights like these.The competition was tense, tight and spectacular. It was power against power and never a dull moment before now No. 2 North Carroll turned back No. 5 Key, 31-24.
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By Todd Karpovich and Chris Branch, The Baltimore Sun | May 24, 2011
Chespapeake-Anne Arundel's Megan Hyson was one pitch away from a perfect game in Tuesday's Class 4A state semifinals when Montgomery Blair's Emily Haislip drew a walk. Hyson briefly walked off the mound, collected herself and struck out the next batter, earning a no-hitter in the top-ranked Cougars' 8-0 victory. Hyson also went 4-for-4 with a home run, setting up a showdown against undefeated Urbana in Saturday's state championship at Maryland. "It was close, that's all you can ask for. A no-hitter was good enough," said Hyson, who will play at Georgetown next season.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | January 30, 1994
Bill Hyson has lived in the shadow of North Carroll wrestling coach Dick Bauerlein for 13 years.The Francis Scott Key wrestling coach certainly has dreamed a time or two about being in Bauerlein's shoes at the top of the heap in Carroll County wrestling.Hyson admits it would be nice just once to have everybody in the county and most teams in the state shooting for his team.Slowly, Hyson has built a wrestling team that has been closing in on the Panthers.But suddenly he finds himself most likely with only one more chance to beat Bauerlein and North Carroll in a dual match.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | April 6, 1993
The winter wrestling wars are over. Spring is here.Bill Hyson now is making the calls on the field instead of reacting to them on the sidelines.The Francis Scott Key wrestling coach is beginning his 15th season as a high school baseball and softball umpire in Carroll County.Some people might think Hyson would want to get away from sports after a busy fall -- he's also an assistant football coach at Key -- and winter schedule.But Hyson can't seem to leave baseball, which was his first love as a youngster.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | January 27, 1995
He's big enough to be a mountain man, intense enough to make teen-agers sit up and listen, and talented enough to take a small group of wrestlers from 1A Francis Scott Key to the No. 2 ranking in the Baltimore metro area.This man, all 6 feet, 250 pounds of him, is Bill Hyson, who is on the verge of realizing a dream that began 15 years ago when he was named head wrestling coach at Key.Hyson could take the Eagles that final step to the top of the high school wrestling pack in Carroll County on Feb. 11, with the Carroll County tournament at North Carroll.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | February 12, 1995
Francis Scott Key 16-year coach Bill Hyson calmly sat in the North Carroll gym waiting as the junior varsity finals were coming to an end at yesterday's 25th annual Carroll County Wrestling Tournament.Shortly after, his Eagles would grow closer to their first county title since 1978.Matt Yinger surprised top-seed Joe Smith of Liberty with a decision win at 112. Ryan Etzler followed with a 6-3 win over Dameon Davis at 119, increasing the Eagles' team lead over runner-up North Carroll.At that point, it was clear it was the Eagles night.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | January 24, 1993
Bill Hyson is a humble man.The successful Francis Scott Key wrestling coach talks at length about his four assistants, the "good kids" he has on the team, the family-type atmosphere of the small school in the country and the great support he gets from families, school staff and teachers.The word "I" seems to be foreign to him except to explain his actions."I just don't feel comfortable talking about myself," said Hyson. "I'm just one of four or five people who is coaching this team. In title, I'm the head coach but my assistants work just as hard as I do."
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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff writer | January 26, 1992
Dean's Restaurant owner Mary Jo Rupp won't say goodbye to Linda and Ron Schmidt, who will close Hyson's Fine Furniture Store and Appliances next month.Instead, she'll say, "I'll see you around."The Schmidts will close the 78-year-old furniture store on Feb. 22, but plan to open a bridal salon in the area next year.The furniture store will be vacant until May, when Hampstead Big A Auto Partswill move in, owner Leslie Wheeler said.Wheeler said he isn't sure whether he'll take over the General Electric appliance franchise operated by the Schmidts in a showroom adjacent to the furniture store.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 11, 2011
Game after game this season, the No. 1 Chesapeake-Anne Arundel softball team has come to play with no secrets. The Cougars always play fundamentally sound defense, get timely hits and simply dare opponents to try to solve All-Metro standout pitcher Megan Hyson. In Wednesday's District V championship game against No. 6 Howard, the familiar recipe stood its ground again for the Cougars. Hyson was overwhelming, striking out 15 Lions while yielding just two hits, and the Anne Arundel County champion Cougars scratched across single runs in the third, fifth and sixth innings to claim a 3-0 win over their Howard County counterparts at Bachman Sports Complex in Glen Burnie.
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April 5, 2011
The senior All-Metro pitcher won two complete games and batted .714 last week as the No. 1 Cougars notched a pair of victories against Anne Arundel County foes — 9-4 over defending Class 4A state champ and then-No. 3 Broadneck and 10-2 over Severna Park. On the mound, she pitched 14 innings, striking out 19 to improve to 4-0. At the plate, she had six hits in seven at-bats with two doubles, a home run, four RBIs and six runs. For the season, she is batting .667 with seven RBIs and seven runs.
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By Todd Karpovich and Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 6, 2010
Megan Hyson, Chesapeake-Anne Arundel's ace pitcher, didn't need a scouting report when preparing for Monday's game at No. 5 Seton Keough. Hyson spent two seasons at Seton Keough before transferring to Chesapeake in the fall, so she had a pretty good grasp of the Gators' lineup. With a flawless and technically sound defense behind her, Hyson had a successful homecoming by pitching a complete game in the No. 4 Cougars' 2-1 victory. "I kind of knew how to pitch everybody because some of them I played with in travel league, and the other ones I played with last year," said Hyson, a Georgetown recruit.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | September 29, 2009
Dr. John Miller Hyson Jr., a retired dentist and former director of archives and history at the National Museum of Dentistry at the University of Maryland Dental School and an author who wrote widely on the history of dentistry, died Saturday of a stroke at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The longtime Timonium resident was 81. Dr. Hyson, the son of a dentist and a homemaker, was born in Baltimore and raised on Ellerslie Avenue. After graduating from Loyola High School in 1945, he attended Loyola College for a year before transferring to the University of Maryland Dental School, from which he graduated in 1950.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | May 17, 2009
Seton Keough sophomore pitcher Megan Hyson was asked what pitches were working for her best after Saturday's Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference title game against defending champion Archbishop Spalding. Her answer said it all: "Pretty much everything." The No. 2 Gators scratched across two first-inning runs and Hyson handled the rest, pitching her sixth no-hitter this spring for a 2-0 win that gave the program its third conference crown and completed a 16-0 season.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | March 28, 2009
Shortly after earning a 1-0 win over Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference champion Archbishop Spalding on Friday, Seton Keough sophomore Megan Hyson was asked to sum up the Gators' impressive 3-0 week. She gave a quick "Great," then added, "Absolutely great!" Hyson held the No. 3 Cavaliers (2-1, 1-1 league) to three hits while striking out 13. The Gators (4-0, 3-0) got a single from left fielder Taylor Kairos with two outs in the bottom of the sixth to drive in Carly Read for the only run. On Monday, Hyson no-hit two-time defending Class 4A state champion Chesapeake-AA in a 2-0 win over two-time All-Metro Player of the Year Lauren Gibson.
NEWS
October 3, 2007
On September 29, 2007, ANNA MARIE HYSON (nee Koch); wife of the late Charles F. Hyson, Sr.; mother of Donald V. and wife Debby and the late Charles F. Hyson, Jr. and his late wife Marie; grandmother of Donna, David, Dorothy, Denise, Daniel, Charles and Paul; great-grandmother of 14. Services private.
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