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From Sun staff reports | February 23, 2014
With a second-place finish Saturday in the all-around at the Winter Cup Challenge, gymnast Donnell Whittenburg of Baltimore earned a spot on the United States men's senior national team. Competing inside the Riviera Hotel & Casino's Royale Pavilion in Las Vegas, Whittenburg, 19, opened his competition with a double-twisting double dismount on the still rings, one of six events in which he finished among the top 10. He finished second on rings, a meet best, scoring a 30.750. Whittenburg, an Edgewood alumnus, placed sixth in floor exercise with a 29.950, fourth in vault with a 30.050, seventh in parallel bars with a 29.100 and 10th in high bar with a 28.100.
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From Sun staff reports | February 23, 2014
With a second-place finish Saturday in the all-around at the Winter Cup Challenge, gymnast Donnell Whittenburg of Baltimore earned a spot on the United States men's senior national team. Competing inside the Riviera Hotel & Casino's Royale Pavilion in Las Vegas, Whittenburg, 19, opened his competition with a double-twisting double dismount on the still rings, one of six events in which he finished among the top 10. He finished second on rings, a meet best, scoring a 30.750. Whittenburg, an Edgewood alumnus, placed sixth in floor exercise with a 29.950, fourth in vault with a 30.050, seventh in parallel bars with a 29.100 and 10th in high bar with a 28.100.
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By Lem Satterfield | September 3, 1998
Cardinal Gibbons Crusaders1997 record: 5-9-3Coach: John DingleTop players: Justin Patalics, Sr., S; Ralph Howard, Sr., D; Mike Cromer, Jr., D; Mike Renes, Jr., GOutlook: With six returning starters amid a turnout of 30 players, Dingle expects to challenge for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference crown. "We're expecting to do real well," said Dingle, who opened with defending league champ Severn on Tuesday.Archbishop Curley Friars1997 record: 11-5-2Coach: Pep PerrellaTop players: Steve Novak, Sr., D; Mike Lynch, Sr., D; Brandon Scarfield, Sr., M; Tim Wazlavek, Sr., M; Matt Moneymaker, Jr., D; Steve Althoff, Jr., D; Brandon Quaranta, Jr., M; Marco Angelini, Jr., S; Chris Quigley, Jr., S; Santino Quaranta, Fr., M.Outlook: Novak, a second-team All-Metro who was Curley's top scorer last year, is one of nine returning starters from a squad that defeated MIAA A runner-up Spalding in the regular season and lost to MIAA A champ Calvert Hall, 1-0, in the tournament semifinal.
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By Lem Satterfield | September 3, 1998
Cardinal Gibbons Crusaders1997 record: 5-9-3Coach: John DingleTop players: Justin Patalics, Sr., S; Ralph Howard, Sr., D; Mike Cromer, Jr., D; Mike Renes, Jr., GOutlook: With six returning starters amid a turnout of 30 players, Dingle expects to challenge for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference crown. "We're expecting to do real well," said Dingle, who opened with defending league champ Severn on Tuesday.Archbishop Curley Friars1997 record: 11-5-2Coach: Pep PerrellaTop players: Steve Novak, Sr., D; Mike Lynch, Sr., D; Brandon Scarfield, Sr., M; Tim Wazlavek, Sr., M; Matt Moneymaker, Jr., D; Steve Althoff, Jr., D; Brandon Quaranta, Jr., M; Marco Angelini, Jr., S; Chris Quigley, Jr., S; Santino Quaranta, Fr., M.Outlook: Novak, a second-team All-Metro who was Curley's top scorer last year, is one of nine returning starters from a squad that defeated MIAA A runner-up Spalding in the regular season and lost to MIAA A champ Calvert Hall, 1-0, in the tournament semifinal.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 15, 1999
Jake Martin scored four goals, and Chris Condlin added three, helping No. 10-ranked Friends easily defeat visiting Park, 19-6, in the semifinals of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference tournament yesterday.The Quakers (12-3) scored five consecutive goals in the first half and held at least a five-goal margin the rest of the way.John Carroll 12, Archbishop Curley 8: John Mundth scored three goals and added three assists to lead the host Patriots (10-6) over the Friars in the other MIAA B Conference semifinal.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | June 6, 1999
Motivation and opportunity always seem to produce surprises in the Maryland Lacrosse Coaches Association Senior All-Star Classic. That was the case yesterday with Broadneck's Joey Case, who scored a game-high six points on three goals and three assists in the Red and White team's 15-13 win over Black and Gold in the sixth annual game at Loyola College. Case, who will play at Loyola next spring, was chosen the Offensive Player of the Game. St. Mary's keeper Chris Garrity's 10 saves for the Red and White earned him defensive honors.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | April 8, 1998
Boys' Latin is still finding its way with close to an entirely new cast this season.The No. 8-ranked Lakers took a nice step forward yesterday afternoon at Severn, taking a comfortable 12-3 win over the ninth-ranked Admirals with a solid, two-way performance.The win was the first in five tries in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference for the young Lakers, who improved to 6-5 overall. Severn had its mark evened at 4-4.Having lost 22 players, including 10 starters, to graduation from last year's perfect 17-0, championship team, Boys' Latin coach Bob Shriver expected things to be tough early this spring.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 8, 1999
Kevin Frew, Alec Knight and Mike Norton all scored twice to power seventh-ranked Calvert Hall to an upset yesterday of third-ranked Loyola, 9-7, in the final regular-season Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference lacrosse game for both teams.The Cardinals (10-7 overall, 3-7 league) worked their way into a 5-4 halftime lead. Tony Russo registered 12 saves for the Cardinals, who already were out of the MIAA A Conference playoffs.Devin Weatherley led the Dons (9-4, 6-4), who had qualified for next week's playoffs, with a hat trick.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | May 22, 1999
No. 9-ranked Friends will savor its third straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference championship, achieved yesterday with a 16-5 thrashing of John Carroll at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.But another defense of the title does not appear to be in the cards for the Quakers (13-3).For like most three-time B Conference champs, Friends is expected to move next season into the more powerful, more competitive MIAA A Conference.First things first, though.Yesterday, Quakers attackman Chris Condlin powered in four goals, midfielder Jake Martin had a hat trick plus three assists, and attackman Todd Spear contributed two goals and two assists to sink John Carroll (10-7)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 26, 1999
Junior midfielder Joe Thompson had four goals and an assist and junior attackman Justin Mullen had two goals and one assist as sixth-ranked St. Mary's upset No. 2 Gilman, 9-8, in Baltimore yesterday.Senior goalkeeper Chris Garrity had a career-high 20 saves for the Saints (2-0, 1-0 league) in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game.The win was the 211th for St. Mary's coach Jim Moorhead, who is in his 20th season. It shocked the defending league champs."They're a great team, but our defense -- Matt Pessagno, Kevin Stodd and Mack MacAdams, they all played outstanding," said Garrity, who is bound for Penn State on a lacrosse scholarship.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 25, 1998
Anyone who still thinks Mount St. Joseph padded its schedule by playing Friends School obviously never made it to yesterday's game.And what a game it was.Fourteenth-ranked Friends had the mighty Gaels on the ropes early but No. 12 Mount St. Joe refused to play the role of Goliath. The visiting Gaels rallied from third-quarter deficits of 5-1 and 6-2 before pulling out an 8-7 overtime victory.Junior attackman Devan Spilker completed his hat trick by converting a feed from Josh Ferguson 70 seconds into the first four-minute sudden death.
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