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October 19, 1993
Jeff ClineGlenelgSoccerCline, a junior, had a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win over then-No. 2 Oakland Mills. In a 4-3 overtime win over Mount Hebron, he scored three goals, including the game-winner, and an assist.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | September 13, 1994
Any team that makes formal application by Oct. 1 can participate in this season's state championship soccer tournament.The change in the playoff format has been applauded by most soccer coaches, because teams that want to play tough schedules no longer will be penalized.The previous system assigned points for victories based on the size of the school. And some teams purposefully downgraded their schedules to enhance their chances of making the playoffs, which accepted only the top four teams per region.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | November 8, 1992
There were no more miracles for Liberty High yesterday in the state Class 2A, Region I boys soccer tournament at Middletown.The fourth-seeded Lions ran into a highly skilled Glenelg team and were outplayed most of the game before falling, 1-0, in the Region I championship game.Liberty (7-6-1) had knocked off top-seeded Middletown, 3-1, Boys soccerWednesday and was hoping to conquer second-seeded and sixth-ranked Glenelg (11-2-1) last night.But none of the magic was left from Wednesday night, leaving Glenelg in command of the championship match.
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By RICK BELZ | March 16, 1994
As this season's boys basketball season finally grinds to halt, the rumor mill has begun to churn with reports of players shifting schools.Hammond star guard Irving Conwell, disciplined and removed from the team late in the season, has already enrolled at Oakland Mills.Devon Montoute, another Hammond star removed from the team late in the season for disciplinary reasons, said he is leaning toward a return to Howard, where he played in 1992.Oakland Mills star forward Michael Hill, whose team was ripped apart by disciplinary actions after a brawl with Mount Hebron, said it's "a real possibility" he will attend Glenelg next year.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | November 8, 1992
There were no more miracles for Liberty yesterday in the state Class 2A, Region I boys soccer tournament at Middletown.The fourth-seeded Lions ran into a highly skilled Glenelg team and were outplayed most of the game before falling, 1-0, in the championship match.Liberty (7-6-1) had knocked off top-seeded Middletown, 3-1, Boys soccerWednesday and was hoping to conquer second-seeded and sixth-ranked Glenelg (11-2-1) last night.But none of the magic was left from Wednesday night, leaving Glenelg in command of the championship match.
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By RICK BELZ | March 16, 1994
As this season's boys basketball season finally grinds to halt, the rumor mill has begun to churn with reports of players shifting schools.Hammond star guard Irving Conwell, disciplined and removed from the team late in the season, has already enrolled at Oakland Mills.Devon Montoute, another Hammond star removed from the team late in the season for disciplinary reasons, said he is leaning toward a return to Howard, where he played in 1992.Oakland Mills star forward Michael Hill, whose team was ripped apart by disciplinary actions after a brawl with Mount Hebron, said it's "a real possibility" he will attend Glenelg next year.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | September 7, 1993
Maybe his optimism is the result of last season's state Class 2A co-championship and the finest boys soccer season in Glenelg history (12-2-2). Or maybe it is real.But Gladiators coach John Bouman is displaying few of the pangs normally associated with losing eight starting players to graduation -- including outstanding goalkeeper Russell Payne."We have a lot of players who have played a long time, tremendous depth and a lot of technique and talent," Bouman said. "Our younger players are eager and motivated coming off a championship season.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | March 2, 1993
Glenelg's boys basketball team almost waited too long before "getting the motor back running," as senior Jason Beall put it.The Gladiators sputtered during the regular season's second half, losing their hold on first place in Howard County, a No. 20 ranking and a lot of team chemistry.And, yesterday, in a Class 2A, Region I opening-round playoff game, they trailed Allegany County's Fort Hill by 11 points at halftime. But Beall, the county's leading scorer, took command in the second half and overtime period, scoring 20 of his game-high 22 points, as the Gladiators advanced with a 69-63 victory at home.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | March 5, 1994
Surrattsville coach Jim Butler says that any one of his top three guards is capable of lifting his play to another level and taking over a game.Last night against host Glenelg, it was Frank Wilkes' turn.Wilkes, a 6-foot-4 guard, scored a game-high 23 points to lead the offense, and provided plenty of help on defense, as sixth-seeded Surrattsville of Prince George's County upended the second-seeded Gladiators with a 73-58 win.Surrattsville advances to tonight's regional final against fourth-seeded Potomac, which defeated top seed Atholton last night.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | February 25, 1994
The first time Glenelg played Mount Hebron, the Gladiators made 28 of 36 free throws and won by seven points.Last night at Mount Hebron the Vikings played much smarter defensively and beat Glenelg, 64-56, to keep their county championship hopes alive.Glenelg (14-7, 8-5), which also still has an outside shot at the championship, was only 7-for-8 at the foul line last night."We wanted to make sure we didn't reach in or leave our feet and put them at the foul line," Vikings coach Scott Robinson said.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | March 5, 1994
Surrattsville coach Jim Butler says that any one of his top three guards is capable of lifting his play to another level and taking over a game.Last night against host Glenelg, it was Frank Wilkes' turn.Wilkes, a 6-foot-4 guard, scored a game-high 23 points to lead the offense, and provided plenty of help on defense, as sixth-seeded Surrattsville of Prince George's County upended the second-seeded Gladiators with a 73-58 win.Surrattsville advances to tonight's regional final against fourth-seeded Potomac, which defeated top seed Atholton last night.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | February 25, 1994
The first time Glenelg played Mount Hebron, the Gladiators made 28 of 36 free throws and won by seven points.Last night at Mount Hebron the Vikings played much smarter defensively and beat Glenelg, 64-56, to keep their county championship hopes alive.Glenelg (14-7, 8-5), which also still has an outside shot at the championship, was only 7-for-8 at the foul line last night."We wanted to make sure we didn't reach in or leave our feet and put them at the foul line," Vikings coach Scott Robinson said.
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By Rick Belz | November 25, 1993
COACH OF THE YEAR* Bill Stara, Centennial -- He has a knack for knowing how to fit players into a larger team picture. Stara took an extremely young team that started three freshmen and four sophomores to the state finals this season. The Eagles won county and regional championships despite losing three junior starters to season-ending disciplinary suspensions four games into the season. They also lost another starter to an ankle injury for four weeks. Despite those setbacks and its youth, the team ended up ranked No. 1 with a 13-2-1 record.
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October 19, 1993
Jeff ClineGlenelgSoccerCline, a junior, had a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win over then-No. 2 Oakland Mills. In a 4-3 overtime win over Mount Hebron, he scored three goals, including the game-winner, and an assist.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | September 7, 1993
Maybe his optimism is the result of last season's state Class 2A co-championship and the finest boys soccer season in Glenelg history (12-2-2). Or maybe it is real.But Gladiators coach John Bouman is displaying few of the pangs normally associated with losing eight starting players to graduation -- including outstanding goalkeeper Russell Payne."We have a lot of players who have played a long time, tremendous depth and a lot of technique and talent," Bouman said. "Our younger players are eager and motivated coming off a championship season.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | March 2, 1993
Glenelg's boys basketball team almost waited too long before "getting the motor back running," as senior Jason Beall put it.The Gladiators sputtered during the regular season's second half, losing their hold on first place in Howard County, a No. 20 ranking and a lot of team chemistry.And, yesterday, in a Class 2A, Region I opening-round playoff game, they trailed Allegany County's Fort Hill by 11 points at halftime. But Beall, the county's leading scorer, took command in the second half and overtime period, scoring 20 of his game-high 22 points, as the Gladiators advanced with a 69-63 victory at home.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | September 13, 1994
Any team that makes formal application by Oct. 1 can participate in this season's state championship soccer tournament.The change in the playoff format has been applauded by most soccer coaches, because teams that want to play tough schedules no longer will be penalized.The previous system assigned points for victories based on the size of the school. And some teams purposefully downgraded their schedules to enhance their chances of making the playoffs, which accepted only the top four teams per region.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | November 8, 1992
There were no more miracles for Liberty High yesterday in the state Class 2A, Region I boys soccer tournament at Middletown.The fourth-seeded Lions ran into a highly skilled Glenelg team and were outplayed most of the game before falling, 1-0, in the Region I championship game.Liberty (7-6-1) had knocked off top-seeded Middletown, 3-1, Boys soccerWednesday and was hoping to conquer second-seeded and sixth-ranked Glenelg (11-2-1) last night.But none of the magic was left from Wednesday night, leaving Glenelg in command of the championship match.
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