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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | January 25, 1998
When it comes to wrestling experience, Francis Scott Key seniors Matt Yinger and Jason Wiles are coming from opposite ends of the spectrum.Yinger, a four-year varsity veteran, has been wrestling for 13 years, going back to his "mat rat" days, and later as a junior-league standout. Wiles, on the other hand, has been wrestling only since his freshman year in high school, and this is his first varsity season.Each had a pin in the Eagles' most recent meet, a 36-32 loss at South Carroll last Wednesday.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 1, 1998
Matt Yinger (135) won his third title, Ronnie Howard (119), Clint Day (125) and Jason Wiles (189), all were runners-up, and heavyweight Greg Frech took third, as Francis Scott Key finished third behind champion Northern of Garrett and Williamsport in yesterday's Class 1A-2A West Region Tournament at North Hagerstown.Yinger, ranked third in the state, improved to 23-0 with his 8-3 decision over Northern of Garrett's Jesse Shimrock.Pub Date: 3/01/98
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 1, 1998
Matt Yinger (135) won his third title, Ronnie Howard (119), Clint Day (125) and Jason Wiles (189), all were runners-up, and heavyweight Greg Frech took third, as Francis Scott Key finished third behind champion Northern of Garrett and Williamsport in yesterday's Class 1A-2A West Region Tournament at North Hagerstown.Yinger, ranked third in the state, improved to 23-0 with his 8-3 decision over Northern of Garrett's Jesse Shimrock.Pub Date: 3/01/98
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 12, 1998
Northern-Garrett County defeated Francis Scott Key, 35-30, in the state Class 1A-2A West region semifinal yesterday in Accident.Mark Wolf's 6-2 decision over Jesse Stambauch at 142 pounds gave the Huskies a 20-18 lead, which they never relinquished on their home mat.A forfeit for Jason Wiles (189) and Greg Frech's pin at heavyweight made the match close at the end for Francis Scott Key.Pub Date: 2/12/98
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 12, 1998
Northern-Garrett County defeated Francis Scott Key, 35-30, in the state Class 1A-2A West region semifinal yesterday in Accident.Mark Wolf's 6-2 decision over Jesse Stambauch at 142 pounds gave the Huskies a 20-18 lead, which they never relinquished on their home mat.A forfeit for Jason Wiles (189) and Greg Frech's pin at heavyweight made the match close at the end for Francis Scott Key.Pub Date: 2/12/98
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By John W. Stewart | September 5, 1997
Francis Scott Key Eagles1996 record: 3-7Coach: Mike CoonsTop players: Kevin DeCarlo, Sr., TE/DE; Scott Glover, Sr., SE/DB; Tony Mallardi, Sr.; QB/DB; Jason Wiles, Sr., OC/LB; Jason Zinkand, Sr., RB.Outlook: After what Coons calls "a move sideways, since we don't go backward," Key will be operating under a new defensive philosophy this fall, a sharp departure from the past. A year ago, the team was outscored by an average of 25-14, and five teams scored at least four touchdowns."In the past we had played a containment game, giving up yards inside, but, hopefully, not getting beaten to the outside, the big plays.
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November 21, 1990
The Progressive Clovers 4-H Club elected officers for 1991 at its Nov. 12 meeting.Those officers are: MaryEllen Seraydian, president; Cindy Starner, vice president; Missy Starner, recording secretary; Jessica Rodkey, corresponding secretary; Amy Miller, treasurer; Erin Seraydian, historian; Mandy Holland, recreation leader.The meeting was called to order by out-going President Debbie Starner, with Secretary Cindy Starner and Treasurer MaryEllen Seraydian reporting. The 4-H pledge was led by Mandy Holland.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 5, 1998
Francis Scott Key's unbeaten Matt Yinger (Class 1A-2A) and four regional champions from North Carroll and South Carroll (Class 3A-4A) head the Carroll County contingent in the annual state wrestling championships tomorrow and Saturday at Western Maryland College.Yinger (24-0 record/135 pounds), the top seed, will open against Nick Grandstaff (17-13) of Charles County's Lackey, a fourth-place finisher in the South regional.The South Carroll titleholders are Mike Muller (145/28-3) and Jason Hamper (160/30-1)
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 27, 1998
Matt Yinger and Bobby Biden will be seeking a continuation of family traditions, and Westminster will shoot for a title defense at regional wrestling championships today and tomorrow.Yinger, Carroll County's only season-long unbeaten entrant, will lead defending team champion Francis Scott Key in the Class 1A-2A West at North Hagerstown. Biden will be one of six county champions counted on to help Westminster retain its Class 3A-4A crown at Fallston.Yinger (21-0 at 135 as a senior) won at 112 pounds as a freshman and at 130 as a junior, and will be looking to use the regional as a springboard to next week's state meet at Western Maryland College.
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By MUPHEN WHITNEY | July 25, 1993
Cowboys, Indians and English riders all gathered at theHoward County Fairgrounds last weekend.While the American Indian Pow Wow Festival was attracting participants at one end of the fairgrounds, the Mid-Maryland Horse and Pony Association Show, which featured Western and English classes, was attracting spectators at the other end of the grounds."
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | January 25, 1998
When it comes to wrestling experience, Francis Scott Key seniors Matt Yinger and Jason Wiles are coming from opposite ends of the spectrum.Yinger, a four-year varsity veteran, has been wrestling for 13 years, going back to his "mat rat" days, and later as a junior-league standout. Wiles, on the other hand, has been wrestling only since his freshman year in high school, and this is his first varsity season.Each had a pin in the Eagles' most recent meet, a 36-32 loss at South Carroll last Wednesday.
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By John W. Stewart | September 5, 1997
Francis Scott Key Eagles1996 record: 3-7Coach: Mike CoonsTop players: Kevin DeCarlo, Sr., TE/DE; Scott Glover, Sr., SE/DB; Tony Mallardi, Sr.; QB/DB; Jason Wiles, Sr., OC/LB; Jason Zinkand, Sr., RB.Outlook: After what Coons calls "a move sideways, since we don't go backward," Key will be operating under a new defensive philosophy this fall, a sharp departure from the past. A year ago, the team was outscored by an average of 25-14, and five teams scored at least four touchdowns."In the past we had played a containment game, giving up yards inside, but, hopefully, not getting beaten to the outside, the big plays.
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September 23, 1990
WESTMINSTER - NEW MEMBERS WELCOMEDATELINE: WESTMINSTEREver wonder about lightning bugs and why they flash their lights?That question could be the beginning of a whole new 4-H experience for you. Through 4-H entomology and self-determined projects, you could satisfy your curiosity and discover a whole new world.Now for the answer to the question: Lightning bugs, or fireflies, flash their lights to attract mates.The fireflies you see on summer evenings are all males looking for partners.The female does not have any wings.
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