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December 5, 1990
Head coach: Jim Doyle (fifth season)Assistant coaches: Doug Williams1989-1990 record: 7-13.Returnees: Seniors Brendan Haggerty (forward), Dexter Walker (guard), James Duncan (guard) and Mark Warlock (center); juniors Mike Fisher (guard) and Jason Moran (guard); sophomores Jake Mack (guard) and Brad Fowler (guard).Newcomers: Senior Daniel Wu (guard); juniors Louis Phipps (forward), Erik Kaukonan (forward) and Graydon Ripley (forward); sophomore Chris Pitkin (center-forward).Coach's outlook: "Even though we're young, we're experienced.
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By Steven Kivinski | February 5, 1992
The Severn boys basketball team survived a five-minute, fourth-quarter scoring drought yesterday and nipped visiting St. Paul's, 50-48, to claim sole possession of first place in the Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference."
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By Rich Scherr T | December 16, 1991
For Severn, Tuesday's overtime loss to Gilman proved a lesson well learned.After failing to slow the Greyhounds' up-tempo offense or stop their outside shot, the Admirals had answers to both in yesterday's rematch with a 79-64 win in the final of the Laker Invitational at Boys' Latin.Severn (4-2) used a trapping defense to create eight first-quarter Gilman turnovers and force the Greyhounds (3-3) into a half-court offense. The Admirals then keyed on outside threat Jimmy Fields to shut down their perimeter game, as Gilman failed to win the Laker Invitational for the first time in three years.
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By Steven Kivinski | February 5, 1992
The Severn boys basketball team survived a five-minute, fourth-quarter scoring drought yesterday and nipped visiting St. Paul's, 50-48, to claim sole possession of first place in the MSA C Conference."
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Evening Sun | December 16, 1991
For Severn, Tuesday's overtime loss to Gilman proved a lesson well learned.After failing to slow the Greyhounds' up-tempo offense or stop their outside shot, the Admirals had answers to both in yesterday's rematch with a 79-64 win in the final of the Laker Invitational at Boys' Latin.Severn (4-2) used a trapping defense to create eight first-quarter Gilman turnovers and force the Greyhounds (3-3) into a halfcourt offense. The Admirals then keyed on outside threat Jimmy Fields to shut down the Greyhounds' perimeter game, as Gilman failed to win the Laker Invitational for the first time in three years.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski | February 5, 1992
The Severn boys basketball team survived a five-minute, fourth-quarter scoring drought yesterday and nipped visiting St. Paul's, 50-48, to claim sole possession of first place in the Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference."
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski | February 5, 1992
The Severn boys basketball team survived a five-minute, fourth-quarter scoring drought yesterday and nipped visiting St. Paul's, 50-48, to claim sole possession of first place in the MSA C Conference."
NEWS
By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff writer | January 8, 1992
Severn School started its New Year on a positive note yesterday withthe return of two key members of its boys basketball squad.Junior starters Jake Mack and Brad Fowler made their long-awaited 1992 debut against pesky Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference foe John Carroll.The usually prolific pair totaled just 13 points but provided enough spark to boost the host Admirals to a 53-47 victory at Memorial Gymnasium.Off-guard Mack, who suffered a knee injury in an Oct. 5 football game against Curley, came off the bench midway through the first quarter to score nine points and grab four rebounds in his firstgame of the season.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 24, 1991
Severn lost yesterday in overtime, 62-56, to Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference basketball rival Park School, but the game was much closer than the score might indicate.Oh, it was painfully close."The two walking calls hurt us. My big guy fouling out hurt us, and that timeout call hurt us," Admirals coach Jim Doyle summed up after the non-divisional contest. "Plus we missed a couple of free throws down the stretch and they made them all."A recap is in order, beginning with the overtime period, in which the Bruins outscored the Admirals, 13-7.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 31, 1991
Spalding's 6-foot-6 Bryan Wade is only in his first year of organized basketball, but coach Lee Dove has been saying all season that "all (Wade) needs is confidence."If the Cavaliers' 65-58 victory yesterday over Severn is any indication, Wade has almost -- if not already -- arrived.The 16-year-old junior scored a season-high 30 points, including 8-for-10 shooting from the free-throw line, and ripped down 13 rebounds."Tonight may have been just what he needed," said Dove, whose Cavaliers are 5-14 overall and 3-7 in Division I of the Maryland Scholastic Association's C Conference.
NEWS
By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff writer | January 8, 1992
Severn School started its New Year on a positive note yesterday withthe return of two key members of its boys basketball squad.Junior starters Jake Mack and Brad Fowler made their long-awaited 1992 debut against pesky Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference foe John Carroll.The usually prolific pair totaled just 13 points but provided enough spark to boost the host Admirals to a 53-47 victory at Memorial Gymnasium.Off-guard Mack, who suffered a knee injury in an Oct. 5 football game against Curley, came off the bench midway through the first quarter to score nine points and grab four rebounds in his firstgame of the season.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr T | December 16, 1991
For Severn, Tuesday's overtime loss to Gilman proved a lesson well learned.After failing to slow the Greyhounds' up-tempo offense or stop their outside shot, the Admirals had answers to both in yesterday's rematch with a 79-64 win in the final of the Laker Invitational at Boys' Latin.Severn (4-2) used a trapping defense to create eight first-quarter Gilman turnovers and force the Greyhounds (3-3) into a half-court offense. The Admirals then keyed on outside threat Jimmy Fields to shut down their perimeter game, as Gilman failed to win the Laker Invitational for the first time in three years.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Evening Sun | December 16, 1991
For Severn, Tuesday's overtime loss to Gilman proved a lesson well learned.After failing to slow the Greyhounds' up-tempo offense or stop their outside shot, the Admirals had answers to both in yesterday's rematch with a 79-64 win in the final of the Laker Invitational at Boys' Latin.Severn (4-2) used a trapping defense to create eight first-quarter Gilman turnovers and force the Greyhounds (3-3) into a halfcourt offense. The Admirals then keyed on outside threat Jimmy Fields to shut down the Greyhounds' perimeter game, as Gilman failed to win the Laker Invitational for the first time in three years.
NEWS
March 24, 1991
Head coach: Peter Trau (interim coach for Rob White, who is in military training as part of Operation Desert Storm)Assistants: Mike Burnett and Chris Lamon1990 record: 18-5 (Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference runner-up behind Loyola)Returnees: Seniors, Drew Bauer (def), Spencer Reckner (mid), Matt Long (att), Matt Sarro (mid) and Tim Donegan (mid); juniors, Jason Moran (mid), Jason Wade (att), Milford Marchant(mid), Graydon Ripley (def), Court Durling (g) and Todd Muendel (mid); sophomore Dudley Dixon (att)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 31, 1991
Spalding's 6-foot-6 Bryan Wade is only in his first year of organized basketball, but coach Lee Dove has been saying all season that "all (Wade) needs is confidence."If the Cavaliers' 65-58 victory yesterday over Severn is any indication, Wade has almost -- if not already -- arrived.The 16-year-old junior scored a season-high 30 points, including 8-for-10 shooting from the free-throw line, and ripped down 13 rebounds."Tonight may have been just what he needed," said Dove, whose Cavaliers are 5-14 overall and 3-7 in Division I of the Maryland Scholastic Association's C Conference.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 24, 1991
Severn lost yesterday in overtime, 62-56, to Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference basketball rival Park School, but the game was much closer than the score might indicate.Oh, it was painfully close."The two walking calls hurt us. My big guy fouling out hurt us, and that timeout call hurt us," Admirals coach Jim Doyle summed up after the non-divisional contest. "Plus we missed a couple of free throws down the stretch and they made them all."A recap is in order, beginning with the overtime period, in which the Bruins outscored the Admirals, 13-7.
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