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May 3, 1994
James HeathForest ParkLacrosseHeath scored 11 goals and had six assists to lead the Foresters in victories over city rivals Patterson and Mervo. The senior midfielder contributed six goals and two assists in the win over the Clippers.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 18, 1994
Forest Park's quest to become the city's first regional boys lacrosse champ fell short yesterday as visiting Kent (14-2) overcame a 2-0 first-period deficit to win, 10-8, in a contest that was tied four times.The victory earned Kent the 1A-2A North Region crown -- and a trip into Saturday's state semifinals at UMBC -- as the title goes to the Eastern Shore for the second straight year. Easton, last year's champ, was beaten twice by Kent during the regular season."That was our goal -- to reach the final four," said Kent coach Dennis Seip.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 18, 1994
Forest Park's quest to become the city's first regional boys lacrosse champ fell short yesterday as visiting Kent (14-2) overcame a 2-0 first-period deficit to win, 10-8, in a contest that was tied four times.The victory earned Kent the 1A-2A North Region crown -- and a trip into Saturday's state semifinals at UMBC -- as the title goes to the Eastern Shore for the second straight year. Easton, last year's champ, was beaten twice by Kent during the regular season."That was our goal -- to reach the final four," said Kent coach Dennis Seip.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | May 10, 1994
Under coach Obie Barnes, whose teams are 58-5 the past four seasons, Forest Park has been the symbol of outstanding lacrosse among the city's public schools.The Foresters (12-0) did little to damage that reputation with yesterday's 11-3 City-Wide victory at Lake Clifton (10-2). Against the Lakers, coming off last year's 5-7 season, Forest Park put on a clinic in passing, offensive transition and defense.Defensemen Lionell Yewitt, Corey Hill and Ramadan Yasin limited the Lakers' top scorer, Paul Preston (62 goals, 10 assists)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | October 30, 1993
In last week's loss to top-ranked City, Ryan Lewis rushed for 72 yards. But his game-tying, 58-yard touchdown couldn't rescue No. 9 Patterson from its first defeat.But in yesterday's 15-8 victory over visiting and No. 13 Forest Park, Lewis turned up the heat, rushing for 219 of the Clippers' 297 total yards with second-quarter touchdowns of 71 and 74 yards.He also added 11 tackles from his linebacker post, as Patterson (8-1) improved its 4A state playoff chances and eliminated the Foresters (5-4)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | May 10, 1994
Under coach Obie Barnes, whose teams are 58-5 the past four seasons, Forest Park has been the symbol of outstanding lacrosse among the city's public schools.The Foresters (12-0) did little to damage that reputation with yesterday's 11-3 City-Wide victory at Lake Clifton (10-2). Against the Lakers, coming off last year's 5-7 season, Forest Park put on a clinic in passing, offensive transition and defense.Defensemen Lionell Yewitt, Corey Hill and Ramadan Yasin limited the Lakers' top scorer, Paul Preston (62 goals, 10 assists)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | March 26, 1994
Forest Park lacrosse coach Obie Barnes was wary of yesterday's opponent, Northwestern, considering several of his players had friends on the Wildcats' squad.But his Foresters' 6-2 City-Wide League victory at Northwestern resembled anything but a friendly rivalry.The books show there were only 11 penalties, but there easily might have been more considering the constant sounds of helmets, lacrosse sticks and shoulder pads colliding."They knew a lot about us and we knew they could run with us, so this was the type of game we expected," said Barnes, whose Foresters handled Carver, 19-3, in their season opener.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 4, 1993
Seung Lee's 27th goal of the season with 1:42 remaining lifted visiting Poly to an 8-7 victory over 4A-2A City league rival Forest Park, ending the Foresters' winning streak at 16 games.The Engineers (8-1), who play Forest Park (9-1) again next Tuesday, can remain in the title race with a victory over City today. City, an earlier 7-5 winner over Poly, lost, 6-5, to Forest Park on Friday."I started my run and gained a couple of steps on the defender, then I just went for it," said Lee, who came from behind the goal to put his second goal of the game past keeper James Heath (19 saves)
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By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | May 6, 1991
The first thing you notice about the Forest Park defensemen is their size.Not the traditional high school lacrosse size of 180-pound "big guys." We're talking so-wide-you-can't-run-around-me, just-try-to-run-through-me size.There on the back line for the 11-0, MSA C Conference-leading Foresters stand juniors Lonnie Smith (6 feet 1, 270 pounds), Eric Conaway (6-2, 340) and comparatively tiny Raynard Bankins (5-8, 200). Pity the opponents who, like a couple of Northern attackers in Friday's 11-2 Forest Park win, run into this wall only to (oof!
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By Lem Satterfield and Jeff Seidel | March 24, 1993
* Mike Allan, Gilman, Jr., attack -- Allan, who had 18 goals and 27 assists last season, is the Greyhounds' top returning point-getter.* Rob Allen, McDonogh, Sr., attack -- Allen scored six goals in a season-opening, 10-8 win over DeMatha.* Greg Breeback, Hereford, Sr., attack -- A brilliant finisher, Breeback is a left-hander who rolled up 115 points last year for the run-and-gun Bulls.* James Coombs, Edmondson, Sr., attack -- An all-conference player, Coombs is one of the two top returning scorers for the defending MSA C Conference champion.
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May 3, 1994
James HeathForest ParkLacrosseHeath scored 11 goals and had six assists to lead the Foresters in victories over city rivals Patterson and Mervo. The senior midfielder contributed six goals and two assists in the win over the Clippers.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | March 26, 1994
Forest Park lacrosse coach Obie Barnes was wary of yesterday's opponent, Northwestern, considering several of his players had friends on the Wildcats' squad.But his Foresters' 6-2 City-Wide League victory at Northwestern resembled anything but a friendly rivalry.The books show there were only 11 penalties, but there easily might have been more considering the constant sounds of helmets, lacrosse sticks and shoulder pads colliding."They knew a lot about us and we knew they could run with us, so this was the type of game we expected," said Barnes, whose Foresters handled Carver, 19-3, in their season opener.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | October 30, 1993
In last week's loss to top-ranked City, Ryan Lewis rushed for 72 yards. But his game-tying, 58-yard touchdown couldn't rescue No. 9 Patterson from its first defeat.But in yesterday's 15-8 victory over visiting and No. 13 Forest Park, Lewis turned up the heat, rushing for 219 of the Clippers' 297 total yards with second-quarter touchdowns of 71 and 74 yards.He also added 11 tackles from his linebacker post, as Patterson (8-1) improved its 4A state playoff chances and eliminated the Foresters (5-4)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 4, 1993
Seung Lee's 27th goal of the season with 1:42 remaining lifted visiting Poly to an 8-7 victory over 4A-2A City league rival Forest Park, ending the Foresters' winning streak at 16 games.The Engineers (8-1), who play Forest Park (9-1) again next Tuesday, can remain in the title race with a victory over City today. City, an earlier 7-5 winner over Poly, lost, 6-5, to Forest Park on Friday."I started my run and gained a couple of steps on the defender, then I just went for it," said Lee, who came from behind the goal to put his second goal of the game past keeper James Heath (19 saves)
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By Lem Satterfield and Jeff Seidel | March 24, 1993
* Mike Allan, Gilman, Jr., attack -- Allan, who had 18 goals and 27 assists last season, is the Greyhounds' top returning point-getter.* Rob Allen, McDonogh, Sr., attack -- Allen scored six goals in a season-opening, 10-8 win over DeMatha.* Greg Breeback, Hereford, Sr., attack -- A brilliant finisher, Breeback is a left-hander who rolled up 115 points last year for the run-and-gun Bulls.* James Coombs, Edmondson, Sr., attack -- An all-conference player, Coombs is one of the two top returning scorers for the defending MSA C Conference champion.
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By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | May 6, 1991
The first thing you notice about the Forest Park defensemen is their size.Not the traditional high school lacrosse size of 180-pound "big guys." We're talking so-wide-you-can't-run-around-me, just-try-to-run-through-me size.There on the back line for the 11-0, MSA C Conference-leading Foresters stand juniors Lonnie Smith (6 feet 1, 270 pounds), Eric Conaway (6-2, 340) and comparatively tiny Raynard Bankins (5-8, 200). Pity the opponents who, like a couple of Northern attackers in Friday's 11-2 Forest Park win, run into this wall only to (oof!
NEWS
July 22, 2003
On Wednesday July 16, 2003, JAMES VERNON HEATH, loving father of Delcine Heath, Darcell Jackson, Dana Norris, and the late Dawn Heath, proud grandfather of Ricky, Dustin, Jennifer and Melanie, great grandfather of Tyvon. Devoted sister Evangeline H. Dawson. He is also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends, and one special neice Shelly Johnson. Friends may call at Howelll Funeral Home, 4600 Liberty Heights Avenue on Tuesday from 3 to 7 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held in the Howell Funeral Home chapel on Wednesday, July 23, 2003 at 11 A.M.
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By Lem Satterfield | April 17, 2001
Carver's boys lacrosse team, off to a 3-0 start, has two difficult city league games this week with Douglass today and four-time defending league champ Patterson on Friday. The Bears, who ended Patterson's three-year winning streak, 17-12, earlier this year, are led by attackman Delfonda Cooper (16 goals, six assists), junior midfielders Brandon Davis (12, six) and Jerrell Ingram (10, eight) and junior attackman Marqus Robinson (three, 15). Anchoring the defense are senior Reginald Goodman and juniors Shawn Leach, Marlon Taylor and Gerald Brown (goalie)
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