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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | April 9, 1993
Glenelg's Jeff Lewis and Sean Lookingbill combined to pitch a three-hitter, and the Gladiators rapped 17 base hits during a 10-2 victory over Hammond yesterday.The visiting Gladiators lifted their record to 3-0 -- best in the county.Catcher Kevin Curtin and designated hitter Mike Deming had three hits each against Hammond. It was Deming's second straight three-hit game. Curtin has seven hits in his past 10 at-bats.Leadoff batter Matt Morraye was 2-for-5, including a two-run homer. Shortstop Brian Boteler went 2-for-5.
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By Tionah Lee | April 9, 2013
In the final week of the blind audition round, coaches Blake, Adam, Shakira and Usher waste no time choosing the 12 that will go on and compete to become this season's Voice.  The coaches spent last night's episode hoping to find the three or four remaining members of their teams. While it was fun to watch each coach build the anticipation that comes with pushing the big red button, it was far more entertaining to watch the judges fight for the attention of two of the night's best competitors.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | February 11, 1993
Hammond's go-to player, Kris Jefferson, thought there was a big difference between the Glenelg team that beat the Bears by 16 points earlier this season and the one that lost to them by four, 68-64, yesterday."
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,SUN STAFF | August 14, 2004
ASHBURN, Va. - Washington is long accustomed to a two-party political system. But when it comes to the Redskins' quarterback competition, Tim Hasselbeck is making it a three-way race. At least if assistant head coach Joe Bugel has a vote. "Them other two better be careful," Bugel says of Mark Brunell and Patrick Ramsey, who will start tonight when the Redskins play the Carolina Panthers in preseason game No. 2. "It's not a twosome right now, it's a threesome." Hasselbeck has elbowed his way into the mix by demonstrating a knack for staying in the pocket and in the good graces of teammates and coaches.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,SUN STAFF | August 14, 2004
ASHBURN, Va. - Washington is long accustomed to a two-party political system. But when it comes to the Redskins' quarterback competition, Tim Hasselbeck is making it a three-way race. At least if assistant head coach Joe Bugel has a vote. "Them other two better be careful," Bugel says of Mark Brunell and Patrick Ramsey, who will start tonight when the Redskins play the Carolina Panthers in preseason game No. 2. "It's not a twosome right now, it's a threesome." Hasselbeck has elbowed his way into the mix by demonstrating a knack for staying in the pocket and in the good graces of teammates and coaches.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
In Sunday's sports section, a photograph of Mount Hebron pitcher Alan Vandenberge was substituted inadvertently for one of Glenelg pitcher Jeff Lewis.The Howard County Sun regrets the errors.Glenelg pitcher Jeff Lewis exceeded all expectations in his first varsity season.Billed as Glenelg's No. 2 starter behind senior Kevin Roland, the junior surprised his coach and himself by compiling a 7-1 record and 1.73 ERA.Glenelg had an 11-3 league mark, good for a co-championship with Atholton. It was Glenelg's first county baseball title since 1987, and came despite a lowly team batting average of .260.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | March 15, 1999
PHOENIX -- Does veteran quarterback Scott Mitchell have more value than untested Jeff Lewis? The Detroit Lions are contending that he does, which is why the Ravens may have problems swinging a trade for the Lions quarterback this week. There were no talks yesterday as Ozzie Newsome, the Ravens' vice president of player personnel, and Lions president Chuck Schmidt simply agreed to meet later this week during the NFL owners meetings. The talks have been stalemated for weeks because the Lions are asking for a second-round pick this year and the Ravens are offering a third-round choice.
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By Tionah Lee | April 9, 2013
In the final week of the blind audition round, coaches Blake, Adam, Shakira and Usher waste no time choosing the 12 that will go on and compete to become this season's Voice.  The coaches spent last night's episode hoping to find the three or four remaining members of their teams. While it was fun to watch each coach build the anticipation that comes with pushing the big red button, it was far more entertaining to watch the judges fight for the attention of two of the night's best competitors.
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Critic's Pick -- Real estate maven Jeff Lewis pits potential buyers against each other in Flipping Out (10 p.m., Bravo).
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By From Staff Reports | May 11, 1993
* Senior Ernie Barrett pitched six perfect innings, including 15 strikeouts, to lead Patterson over Forest Park, 36-0, yesterday.* Sophomore Mike Wooden struck out nine in a 4-0 shutout of Broadneck, as No. 11 North County recorded its third no-hitter of the season.* Senior Steve Lawson pitched seven innings, striking out six to earn his first no-hitter of the season, as Mount Hebron defeated Wilde Lake, 8-0.* Glenelg senior Jeff Lewis had five strikeouts in an 11-0 no-hit victory against Atholton.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | March 15, 1999
PHOENIX -- Does veteran quarterback Scott Mitchell have more value than untested Jeff Lewis? The Detroit Lions are contending that he does, which is why the Ravens may have problems swinging a trade for the Lions quarterback this week. There were no talks yesterday as Ozzie Newsome, the Ravens' vice president of player personnel, and Lions president Chuck Schmidt simply agreed to meet later this week during the NFL owners meetings. The talks have been stalemated for weeks because the Lions are asking for a second-round pick this year and the Ravens are offering a third-round choice.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | April 9, 1993
Glenelg's Jeff Lewis and Sean Lookingbill combined to pitch a three-hitter, and the Gladiators rapped 17 base hits during a 10-2 victory over Hammond yesterday.The visiting Gladiators lifted their record to 3-0 -- best in the county.Catcher Kevin Curtin and designated hitter Mike Deming had three hits each against Hammond. It was Deming's second straight three-hit game. Curtin has seven hits in his past 10 at-bats.Leadoff batter Matt Morraye was 2-for-5, including a two-run homer. Shortstop Brian Boteler went 2-for-5.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | February 11, 1993
Hammond's go-to player, Kris Jefferson, thought there was a big difference between the Glenelg team that beat the Bears by 16 points earlier this season and the one that lost to them by four, 68-64, yesterday."
NEWS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
In Sunday's sports section, a photograph of Mount Hebron pitcher Alan Vandenberge was substituted inadvertently for one of Glenelg pitcher Jeff Lewis.The Howard County Sun regrets the errors.Glenelg pitcher Jeff Lewis exceeded all expectations in his first varsity season.Billed as Glenelg's No. 2 starter behind senior Kevin Roland, the junior surprised his coach and himself by compiling a 7-1 record and 1.73 ERA.Glenelg had an 11-3 league mark, good for a co-championship with Atholton. It was Glenelg's first county baseball title since 1987, and came despite a lowly team batting average of .260.
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By Tionah Lee | April 17, 2013
The second night of the intense Battle Rounds took place last night. Coaches Blake, Adam, Usher and Shakira were forced to make tough decisions while assembling the teams they believe hold "the Voice. " Night two held no punches as some judges praised some contestants and others not so much. I think Usher is still trying to figure what Jeff Lewis thought was so hilarious during rehearsals. *insert scowling Usher eyebrow* Team Adam: Michael Austin vs. Warren Stone, “My Kind of Party” by Jason Aldean It was the battle of the civil service men as Deputy Sheriff Michael Austin (and his black cowboy hat)
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By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,Special to The Sun | July 29, 2007
When Jeff and Cynthia Lewis first saw the dilapidated Taneytown property in photographs three years ago, they believed it needed to be saved. Inside, the ceiling was crumbling and the entire structure needed upgrading. But Jeff Lewis said he was up for the challenge. "I bought the building for $170,000, sight unseen, with the intention of fixing it up on a part-time basis," said Lewis, 51, of Fort Myers, Fla. "The location and the town were perfect. Taneytown still has the historic fabric laced in the community."
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