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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2009
Cool jazz tunes wafted through Pisces Lounge atop the Hyatt Regency as a chic crowd gathered to eat, drink and take in the view of the steamy Inner Harbor below. There would be plenty of sweat the next day, at Jason Murphy's Holding the Line Foundation's Football Camp. But, this was its swanky - and sweat-free - kickoff party for some participants and supporters. "My family taught me to always give back to the community," explained the host, Tennessee Titan lineman Jason Murphy. "So I hold the camp at my old alma mater, Edmondson High School.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2011
For now, the Ravens plan to keep Oniel Cousins at right guard. Coach John Harbaugh confirmed that moving forward, Cousins, a converted offensive tackle, will remain at right guard, which likely means rookie Jah Reid will continue to start at right tackle. "I think we will put him [Cousins] in there at guard, leave him in there and see how he does," Harbaugh said after the team's practice Sunday in Owings Mills. "It's a good point. He was comfortable in there. He's a big, strong man. That bodes well at guard.
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By Colby Ware and Colby Ware,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 14, 2000
Jason Murphy's size may have kept him out of the recreational leagues, but it has made for a perfect fit at Edmondson High. "I would have had to lose 40 pounds just to play," scoffed the senior defensive end who is now 6 feet 3 and 240 pounds. At age 13, Murphy recalled, he was deemed too big for his peers at about 5-9 and 160 pounds. At age 17, team captain Murphy and the Redskins have marched to a 9-0 record this season and a state Class 2A quarterfinal matchup against Northwest (9-1)
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June 20, 2010
Mariah Walton owns a trendy Philadelphia clothing boutique, West London. And this 29-year-old Philadelphian knows how best to show off the merchandise — by wearing it herself. We "glimpsed" Walton at the Havana Club, where she was a guest at the annual fundraiser for Holding the Line Foundation, founded by NFL free agent Jason Murphy to help underprivileged youth in sports mentorship programs. Walton looked oh-so-chic in a dress of her own design. It had a turquoise, yellow and black crochet bodice, with a black lace back and a black cotton bubble skirt embroidered with flowers.
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June 24, 1992
The Maryland Youth Hunter Education Challenge took place Saturday on the Mayberry Game Protection Association grounds in Westminster.Here's how the Carroll participants placed in each category:Junior DivisionHunter Responsibility -- Steve Zimmerman, first; Joe Bauerlein, third. Wildlife Identification -- Joe Bauerlein, first; Steve Zimmerman, second; Dan Long, third. Rifle -- Jason Murphy, first; Dan Long, second. Archery -- Jason Murphy, first; Fred Aguilar, third. Shotgun -- Steve Zimmerman, first; Jason Murphy, second; Fred Aguilar, third.
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January 6, 2004
Suddenly on January 3, 2004 ALBERT EUGENE MURPHY "BUTCH" of Sunset Beach, Pasadena, beloved son of Al and Jean Murphy and loving grandson of Nora Sizemore, dearest brother of Patty Melendez and Jason Murphy. The family will receive friends at the family owned and operatedMCCULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME P.A., 3204 Mountain Rd. (Pasadena) on Monday and Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where services will be held on Wednesday at 11:30 A.M. Interment Maryland State Veterans Cemetery, of Crownsville.
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June 20, 2010
Mariah Walton owns a trendy Philadelphia clothing boutique, West London. And this 29-year-old Philadelphian knows how best to show off the merchandise — by wearing it herself. We "glimpsed" Walton at the Havana Club, where she was a guest at the annual fundraiser for Holding the Line Foundation, founded by NFL free agent Jason Murphy to help underprivileged youth in sports mentorship programs. Walton looked oh-so-chic in a dress of her own design. It had a turquoise, yellow and black crochet bodice, with a black lace back and a black cotton bubble skirt embroidered with flowers.
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September 5, 2000
Starrett Esworthy (Linebacker, Gilman) The chisled 6-1, 222-pound All-Metro Defensive Player of the Year registered eight sacks during a six-shutout session for the Greyhounds. Isaac Kufour (Running back, Mt. St. Joseph) The 6-1, 200-pound sophomore second-team All-Metro ran for 15 of his 20 touchdowns, scored four others on kickoff returns and ranks sixth in the state among Maryland's top returning rushers with 1,569 yards. Jason Murphy (Defensive end, Edmondson) Coming off a 30-sack season (45 for his career)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 16, 1997
There's something to be said about Hereford's 49-20, Class 1A semifinal rout of Snow Hill and visiting coach Dave Hall said it all."They dominated the line, their quarterback ran the offense well, and they ran the Wing-T to perfection," said Hall, whose Eagles (8-2) trailed 42-12 at halftime. "I'm proud of my players, but they played to their capabilities and we didn't."Mark Troch (7-for-8 passing, 73 yards) led third-ranked Hereford, as the No. 1 seed earned its second straight 1A semifinal appearance with its 22nd win in its past 23 games.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 9, 2002
Victor Abiamiri's physique often drew second looks four years ago when he enrolled at Gilman as a 6-foot-4, 200-pound freshman. Today, the 6-5, 245-pounder is one of the nation's most sought-after Division I recruits as a defensive end. These days there are at least three 15-year-old sophomores who are turning heads - one each in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association's A Conference, Baltimore City and Baltimore County leagues - as starters on...
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2009
Cool jazz tunes wafted through Pisces Lounge atop the Hyatt Regency as a chic crowd gathered to eat, drink and take in the view of the steamy Inner Harbor below. There would be plenty of sweat the next day, at Jason Murphy's Holding the Line Foundation's Football Camp. But, this was its swanky - and sweat-free - kickoff party for some participants and supporters. "My family taught me to always give back to the community," explained the host, Tennessee Titan lineman Jason Murphy. "So I hold the camp at my old alma mater, Edmondson High School.
NEWS
January 6, 2004
Suddenly on January 3, 2004 ALBERT EUGENE MURPHY "BUTCH" of Sunset Beach, Pasadena, beloved son of Al and Jean Murphy and loving grandson of Nora Sizemore, dearest brother of Patty Melendez and Jason Murphy. The family will receive friends at the family owned and operatedMCCULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME P.A., 3204 Mountain Rd. (Pasadena) on Monday and Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where services will be held on Wednesday at 11:30 A.M. Interment Maryland State Veterans Cemetery, of Crownsville.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 9, 2002
Victor Abiamiri's physique often drew second looks four years ago when he enrolled at Gilman as a 6-foot-4, 200-pound freshman. Today, the 6-5, 245-pounder is one of the nation's most sought-after Division I recruits as a defensive end. These days there are at least three 15-year-old sophomores who are turning heads - one each in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association's A Conference, Baltimore City and Baltimore County leagues - as starters on...
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2002
The national spotlight has always eluded Tanardo Sharps. The senior Temple University tailback from Meade High has averaged 5.3 yards a carry over a 27-game career, has two career-high 203-yard games, and Thursday night he began his final collegiate season by amassing 118 yards in the first half of a 34-7 romp over Division I-AA Richmond. But still, the 5-foot-11, 196-pound speedster gets little respect around the country. Sharps will have a big opportunity to change all that tomorrow night, when the Owls face nationally recognized Oregon State at Franklin Field in Philadelphia.
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By Colby Ware and Colby Ware,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 14, 2000
Jason Murphy's size may have kept him out of the recreational leagues, but it has made for a perfect fit at Edmondson High. "I would have had to lose 40 pounds just to play," scoffed the senior defensive end who is now 6 feet 3 and 240 pounds. At age 13, Murphy recalled, he was deemed too big for his peers at about 5-9 and 160 pounds. At age 17, team captain Murphy and the Redskins have marched to a 9-0 record this season and a state Class 2A quarterfinal matchup against Northwest (9-1)
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September 5, 2000
Starrett Esworthy (Linebacker, Gilman) The chisled 6-1, 222-pound All-Metro Defensive Player of the Year registered eight sacks during a six-shutout session for the Greyhounds. Isaac Kufour (Running back, Mt. St. Joseph) The 6-1, 200-pound sophomore second-team All-Metro ran for 15 of his 20 touchdowns, scored four others on kickoff returns and ranks sixth in the state among Maryland's top returning rushers with 1,569 yards. Jason Murphy (Defensive end, Edmondson) Coming off a 30-sack season (45 for his career)
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 5, 2000
Some were surprised when Edmondson made a run at the state 2A football championship this past fall. Yesterday, the west Baltimore school shocked defending state 2A champion and No. 7 Dunbar, 72-65, in the Class 2A North Region final. The Redskins (13-8) will play Prince George's County's Gwynn Park, which beat Central 60-50 last night for the 2A South championship, in a semifinal 9 p.m. Friday at Cole Field House. Gwynn Park is ranked No. 11 in the state by the Associated Press. Keiron Posey scored 19 points to lead Edmondson, and Danny Dixon added 16. Calvin Dotson led Dunbar (18-6)
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By John W. Stewart | September 12, 1997
TodayFrancis Scott Key (0-1)at Middletown (0-1)Time: 7: 30 p.m.Outlook: Key QB Tony Mallardi passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third, and RB Jason Zinkand ran for 161 yards, but that was not enough to overcome five turnovers in a 26-20 overtime loss to visiting North Carroll last week. Middletown opened at Thomas Johnson, losing to the Frederick school, 18-17. The Knights are led by QB Jason Lucas, who completed 9-for-19 passes for 161 yards and two touchdowns, and RB Lee Guy.No. 9 Hereford (1-0)
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 5, 2000
Some were surprised when Edmondson made a run at the state 2A football championship this past fall. Yesterday, the west Baltimore school shocked defending state 2A champion and No. 7 Dunbar, 72-65, in the Class 2A North Region final. The Redskins (13-8) will play Prince George's County's Gwynn Park, which beat Central 60-50 last night for the 2A South championship, in a semifinal 9 p.m. Friday at Cole Field House. Gwynn Park is ranked No. 11 in the state by the Associated Press. Keiron Posey scored 19 points to lead Edmondson, and Danny Dixon added 16. Calvin Dotson led Dunbar (18-6)
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By Lem Satterfield | September 9, 1999
No. 8 Eastern Tech (1-0) at Woodlawn (0-1)When: 4 todayOutlook: With a new coach, Reggie White, and a new system -- he replaced the power game with the wing-T -- the Warriors hope to catch the Mavericks in transition. Eastern Tech showed a balanced offense in last week's 36-0 rout of Aberdeen, with five players scoring. Woodlawn has QB Vince Fuller, one of the region's best recruits, according to SuperPrep. The Warriors narrowly lost, 19-14, to Howard last week. Eastern Tech won last year's matchup, then a Class 3A-4A league opener, by a point on the way to being a state runner-up.
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