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November 8, 1994
Jason BloomPerry HallFootballBloom kicked a 57-yard field goal against Dundalk that broke the all-time state record for distance by 4 yards. The senior kicker later converted his 12th career field goal, which ties the state record.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2003
Maybe now, Havre de Grace football coach Johnny Brooks won't have to deal with that look. All season, Brooks has fielded questions about what constitutes Warriors senior quarterback and kicker Shane West's field-goal range. And Brooks always gets that same quizzical, non-believing look when he tells them that West makes field goals from more than 60 yards in practice. "Maybe, they'll understand now because I don't think they believed me," Brooks said. In the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 34-14 home victory over Joppatowne on Friday at James R. Harris Memorial Field, West set a state record by booting a 59-yard field goal.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | October 12, 2003
Havre de Grace senior Shane West kicked a state-record 59-yard field goal in the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 34-14 home victory over Joppatowne on Friday at James R. Harris Memorial Field. The kick eclipsed the previous record of 57 yards held by Perry Hall's Jason Bloom (1994) and John Carroll's Scott Collins (1997). "The game was pretty much decided and we had lost some yards, but he wanted to kick it," said Warriors coach Johnny Brooks, whose No. 14 Warriors improved to 6-0. "It would have been good from 67 yards, to tell the truth.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2003
Maybe now, Havre de Grace football coach Johnny Brooks won't have to deal with that look. All season, Brooks has fielded questions about what constitutes Warriors senior quarterback and kicker Shane West's field-goal range. And Brooks always gets that same quizzical, non-believing look when he tells them that West makes field goals from more than 60 yards in practice. "Maybe, they'll understand now because I don't think they believed me," Brooks said. In the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 34-14 home victory over Joppatowne at James R. Harris Memorial Field, West set a state record by booting a 59-yard field goal.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2003
Maybe now, Havre de Grace football coach Johnny Brooks won't have to deal with that look. All season, Brooks has fielded questions about what constitutes Warriors senior quarterback and kicker Shane West's field-goal range. And Brooks always gets that same quizzical, non-believing look when he tells them that West makes field goals from more than 60 yards in practice. "Maybe, they'll understand now because I don't think they believed me," Brooks said. In the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 34-14 home victory over Joppatowne at James R. Harris Memorial Field, West set a state record by booting a 59-yard field goal.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 20, 1998
Perry Hall football coach Joe Stoy and boys soccer coach Ed Wolfe each have said they are retiring after 14 seasons of coaching.Stoy, whose teams went 96-48 for his career, has coached or taught in Baltimore County for 30 years. His teams won six county titles and reached three Class 4A state playoffs, including one state semifinal.DTC Wolfe, whose career record is 122-50-9, has coached teams that won two county titles, three region titles. The 1995 team was Class 4A state runner-up.In retiring, the 51-year-olds join former Gators' baseball coach Larry Butts (348 career wins)
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | February 16, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- Patterson quarterback Willie McGirt finished off a stellar high school career last fall by earning second-team All-Metro honors and signing to play at Virginia Tech.On June 24, however, he will get one last chance in the spotlight.As one of three quarterbacks on Team Maryland, McGirt is likely to see plenty of action before an anticipated crowd of more than 20,000 in the 1995 Chesapeake Football Classic at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium."Every time I get into the game, I hope to show my talents," said McGirt, who threw for 1,042 yards and ran for 1,007 his senior season.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2003
Maybe now, Havre de Grace football coach Johnny Brooks won't have to deal with that look. All season, Brooks has fielded questions about what constitutes Warriors senior quarterback and kicker Shane West's field-goal range. And Brooks always gets that same quizzical, non-believing look when he tells them that West makes field goals from more than 60 yards in practice. "Maybe, they'll understand now because I don't think they believed me," Brooks said. In the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 34-14 home victory over Joppatowne on Friday at James R. Harris Memorial Field, West set a state record by booting a 59-yard field goal.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | December 7, 1994
Now that Anne Arundel County has its first state football championship since 1978, thanks to North County's 23-6 victory over Largo of Prince George's Friday night in the 4A final, let's take a look at some of the state and county individual records county players own.North County's Topper Ellis set a state record for total all-purpose yards (2,478) this season. The old record was 2,424 by Bryan Blessing of Seneca Valley in 1992 and the Anne Arundel record was 2,157 in 1992 by Frank Brown, another North County athlete.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | June 24, 1995
Last fall, Tyrone Bailey's Patterson squad and Carl Carter's Dunbar team battled for The Sun's No. 1 high school football ranking.Patterson held that distinction until the final two weeks of the season, when Carter's team moved ahead, ending up 12-0 and becoming Baltimore's first state champion.But Bailey and Carter, both All-Metro first-teamers, will line up on the same side in tonight's Chesapeake Football Classic. They'll join 33 other out-going seniors from Maryland high schools in the game against Northern Virginia's best before an anticipated crowd of about 20,000 at Byrd Stadium.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | October 12, 2003
Havre de Grace senior Shane West kicked a state-record 59-yard field goal in the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 34-14 home victory over Joppatowne on Friday at James R. Harris Memorial Field. The kick eclipsed the previous record of 57 yards held by Perry Hall's Jason Bloom (1994) and John Carroll's Scott Collins (1997). "The game was pretty much decided and we had lost some yards, but he wanted to kick it," said Warriors coach Johnny Brooks, whose No. 14 Warriors improved to 6-0. "It would have been good from 67 yards, to tell the truth.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 20, 1998
Perry Hall football coach Joe Stoy and boys soccer coach Ed Wolfe each have said they are retiring after 14 seasons of coaching.Stoy, whose teams went 96-48 for his career, has coached or taught in Baltimore County for 30 years. His teams won six county titles and reached three Class 4A state playoffs, including one state semifinal.DTC Wolfe, whose career record is 122-50-9, has coached teams that won two county titles, three region titles. The 1995 team was Class 4A state runner-up.In retiring, the 51-year-olds join former Gators' baseball coach Larry Butts (348 career wins)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | June 24, 1995
Last fall, Tyrone Bailey's Patterson squad and Carl Carter's Dunbar team battled for The Sun's No. 1 high school football ranking.Patterson held that distinction until the final two weeks of the season, when Carter's team moved ahead, ending up 12-0 and becoming Baltimore's first state champion.But Bailey and Carter, both All-Metro first-teamers, will line up on the same side in tonight's Chesapeake Football Classic. They'll join 33 other out-going seniors from Maryland high schools in the game against Northern Virginia's best before an anticipated crowd of about 20,000 at Byrd Stadium.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | February 16, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- Patterson quarterback Willie McGirt finished off a stellar high school career last fall by earning second-team All-Metro honors and signing to play at Virginia Tech.On June 24, however, he will get one last chance in the spotlight.As one of three quarterbacks on Team Maryland, McGirt is likely to see plenty of action before an anticipated crowd of more than 20,000 in the 1995 Chesapeake Football Classic at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium."Every time I get into the game, I hope to show my talents," said McGirt, who threw for 1,042 yards and ran for 1,007 his senior season.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | December 7, 1994
Now that Anne Arundel County has its first state football championship since 1978, thanks to North County's 23-6 victory over Largo of Prince George's Friday night in the 4A final, let's take a look at some of the state and county individual records county players own.North County's Topper Ellis set a state record for total all-purpose yards (2,478) this season. The old record was 2,424 by Bryan Blessing of Seneca Valley in 1992 and the Anne Arundel record was 2,157 in 1992 by Frank Brown, another North County athlete.
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November 8, 1994
Jason BloomPerry HallFootballBloom kicked a 57-yard field goal against Dundalk that broke the all-time state record for distance by 4 yards. The senior kicker later converted his 12th career field goal, which ties the state record.
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By From Staff Reports | October 16, 1994
Scott Brown rushed for 187 yards and four touchdowns on 34 carries to lead visiting Loyola (3-1, 1-0) over No. 3 McDonogh, 38-33, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game.McDonogh (4-2, 1-1) -- which had led, 26-14, at halftime -- ran only 19 plays and gained just 86 yards in the second half.Gilman 20, Calvert Hall 12James McIntyre caught touchdown passes of 25 and 75 yards visiting No. 5 Gilman (4-1) defeated Calvert Hall (3-3.)Mt. St. Joseph 33, St. Mary's 7Archie Wannamaker rushed 10 times for 98 yards and two touchdowns to lead host and No. 8 Mount St. Joseph (5-1)
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February 2, 2005
On Monday, January 31, 2005, MORRIS BLOOM, beloved husband of Belle Bloom (nee Vodenos) and the late Helen Bloom (nee Friedman); loving father of Alan Bloom, Dr. Ira Bloom, and Robert Bloom, all of Baltimore, MD; father-in-law of Lynn Reichel Bloom, Lynn Zemel Bloom and Ann Bloom; devoted brother of Irene Goldstein, of Potomac, MD, and the late Leo Bloom and Herman Bloom; loving grandfather of Heather King, Marni Connolly, Hilary Klondar, Dana Kunzelman, Jason...
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