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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1996
The word has leaked out.Arundel High's Chavonne Hammond and her rival, Severna Park's Jennifer Holmes, spent six days together at each other's home last month during the Blizzard of '96.That's right.The Baltimore metro area's two premier girls post players who also happen to be two of Vanderbilt University's prized recruits took time out from their fierce on-court basketball battles to continue their off-court friendship.The two seniors stayed three days at Hammond's Crofton home and three days at Holmes' Severna Park residence.
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By Carolyn Peirce and Carolyn Peirce,Sun Reporter | March 25, 2007
As a child, on the rare occasions when she wasn't reading, Jennifer Holm could be found roughhousing with her four brothers, playing tag on the family farm in Audubon, Pa., climbing trees or challenging them to spitting contests. Books were a favorite pastime, broadening her horizons, captivating her imagination, offering escape from reality. But in the end, it was the time she spent with her family that fueled her art. Holm, a children's writer, has drawn upon those family experiences again and again to inspire her professionally.
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March 26, 2005
On March 24, 2005, CHARLES JOSEPH, of Westminster, husband of the late Blanche Thomey Bezold; father of Margaret Chrest-Seymour and Ann Ferguson; father-in-law of James Seymour; grandfather of Kathleen O'Mara, Jennifer Holmes, Jeffrey Chrest, Kimberly Wells and Daniel Ferguson; great-grandfather of Heather and Kaitlin O'Mara, Laurel and A.J. Holmes and Ian Wells. Friends may call at the PRITTS FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL, P.A., 412 Washington Rd., Westminster, on Saturday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M., where Services will begin at 8 P.M. (Please use the Chapel entrance)
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March 26, 2005
On March 24, 2005, CHARLES JOSEPH, of Westminster, husband of the late Blanche Thomey Bezold; father of Margaret Chrest-Seymour and Ann Ferguson; father-in-law of James Seymour; grandfather of Kathleen O'Mara, Jennifer Holmes, Jeffrey Chrest, Kimberly Wells and Daniel Ferguson; great-grandfather of Heather and Kaitlin O'Mara, Laurel and A.J. Holmes and Ian Wells. Friends may call at the PRITTS FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL, P.A., 412 Washington Rd., Westminster, on Saturday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M., where Services will begin at 8 P.M. (Please use the Chapel entrance)
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November 26, 1996
Morgan State (0-0) at Georgia Tech (0-0)Site: Alexander Memorial Coliseum, AtlantaTime: 7: 30Outlook: Morgan returns four starters from a team that went 7-20, including senior forwards Chris Watson and Scott Deas. Graduate student Ira Crawley, a 6-foot-7, 220-pound center, also is back. The Yellow Jackets are led by 6-7 junior F Matt Harpring, an all-ACC pick who averaged 18.6 ppg and 8.1 rpg last year.Howard (0-0) at Maryland (0-0)Site: Cole Field House, College ParkTime: 8Radio: WBAL (1090 AM)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 10, 1996
The area's two remaining most sought-after college basketball prospects won't be signing letters of intent today, the first day of the spring signing period for NCAA national letters of intent.Calvert Hall's Patrick Ngongba, considered one of the top five unsigned power forwards in the nation by Reidel's Roundball Review, and Oakland Mills first-team All-Metro guard Irving Conwell each have five schools remaining on their list.The signing period runs through May 15.Ngongba (6 feet 7), who led the Cardinals to their second straight MIAA title, said he has visited Houston and still wants to visit Providence, George Washington, Dayton and Alabama.
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By MILTON KENT and MILTON KENT,SUN STAFF | February 28, 1997
Kisha Ford, Sonia Chase, Chanel Wright and Alisha Mosley will come to Charlotte, N.C., for this weekend's Atlantic Coast Conference women's tournament with differing perspectives, skill levels and collegiate basketball experiences, but they're all from the same place -- Baltimore.In their own way this season, this quartet of former Charm City standouts has had some impact in making the ACC perhaps the best women's basketball conference. And each will play a significant role in whether her respective team -- Georgia Tech (Ford)
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | February 25, 1995
The Arundel Wildcats didn't want a coin flip to determine which team would be seeded No. 1 in next week's Class 4A East Region playoffs.That honor would be achieved on the floor, they decided. Even if it took more than 32 minutes.The seventh-ranked Wildcats fought back from two 10-point deficits in the third quarter and rode another outstanding effort from junior Chavonne Hammond and some clutch shooting by a couple of freshmen to defeat No. 8 Severna Park, 58-55, in overtime.Playing before an overflow crowd at Severna Park, Hammond finished with 20 points, 12 rebounds, seven steals and three blocks, as Arundel (22-0, 14-0)
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By Roch Eric Kubatko | March 15, 1995
COACH OF THE YEAR* Lee Rogers, Arundel -- Often, when Rogers was asked about how his young team managed to stay unbeaten through the regular season and region playoffs, winning some close games down the stretch, he would reply: "We believe in each other." That faith, nurtured by the sixth-year coach, led Arundel to its best season. He helped bring about marked improvement from Hammond, who averaged around nine points last season, and junior forward Jen Mottar, turning both into first-team All-County selections.
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September 15, 1995
1 Severna Park -- There is just too much talent on this team for the Falcons to have a second straight "off-season." After winning three straight state 4A championships (1991-92-93), Severna Park ran into eventual state 4A champion Northern of Calvert County last season in the East Region finals and lost in three games. The Falcons still finished 20-4 and fourth in the final Baltimore Sun poll. Senior hitters Julie Allen (277 kills last year) and Lauren Butler, who provided most of the power last season, return to lead the team.
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By MILTON KENT and MILTON KENT,SUN STAFF | February 28, 1997
Kisha Ford, Sonia Chase, Chanel Wright and Alisha Mosley will come to Charlotte, N.C., for this weekend's Atlantic Coast Conference women's tournament with differing perspectives, skill levels and collegiate basketball experiences, but they're all from the same place -- Baltimore.In their own way this season, this quartet of former Charm City standouts has had some impact in making the ACC perhaps the best women's basketball conference. And each will play a significant role in whether her respective team -- Georgia Tech (Ford)
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November 26, 1996
Morgan State (0-0) at Georgia Tech (0-0)Site: Alexander Memorial Coliseum, AtlantaTime: 7: 30Outlook: Morgan returns four starters from a team that went 7-20, including senior forwards Chris Watson and Scott Deas. Graduate student Ira Crawley, a 6-foot-7, 220-pound center, also is back. The Yellow Jackets are led by 6-7 junior F Matt Harpring, an all-ACC pick who averaged 18.6 ppg and 8.1 rpg last year.Howard (0-0) at Maryland (0-0)Site: Cole Field House, College ParkTime: 8Radio: WBAL (1090 AM)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 10, 1996
The area's two remaining most sought-after college basketball prospects won't be signing letters of intent today, the first day of the spring signing period for NCAA national letters of intent.Calvert Hall's Patrick Ngongba, considered one of the top five unsigned power forwards in the nation by Reidel's Roundball Review, and Oakland Mills first-team All-Metro guard Irving Conwell each have five schools remaining on their list.The signing period runs through May 15.Ngongba (6 feet 7), who led the Cardinals to their second straight MIAA title, said he has visited Houston and still wants to visit Providence, George Washington, Dayton and Alabama.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1996
The word has leaked out.Arundel High's Chavonne Hammond and her rival, Severna Park's Jennifer Holmes, spent six days together at each other's home last month during the Blizzard of '96.That's right.The Baltimore metro area's two premier girls post players who also happen to be two of Vanderbilt University's prized recruits took time out from their fierce on-court basketball battles to continue their off-court friendship.The two seniors stayed three days at Hammond's Crofton home and three days at Holmes' Severna Park residence.
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September 15, 1995
1 Severna Park -- There is just too much talent on this team for the Falcons to have a second straight "off-season." After winning three straight state 4A championships (1991-92-93), Severna Park ran into eventual state 4A champion Northern of Calvert County last season in the East Region finals and lost in three games. The Falcons still finished 20-4 and fourth in the final Baltimore Sun poll. Senior hitters Julie Allen (277 kills last year) and Lauren Butler, who provided most of the power last season, return to lead the team.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko | March 15, 1995
COACH OF THE YEAR* Lee Rogers, Arundel -- Often, when Rogers was asked about how his young team managed to stay unbeaten through the regular season and region playoffs, winning some close games down the stretch, he would reply: "We believe in each other." That faith, nurtured by the sixth-year coach, led Arundel to its best season. He helped bring about marked improvement from Hammond, who averaged around nine points last season, and junior forward Jen Mottar, turning both into first-team All-County selections.
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By Carolyn Peirce and Carolyn Peirce,Sun Reporter | March 25, 2007
As a child, on the rare occasions when she wasn't reading, Jennifer Holm could be found roughhousing with her four brothers, playing tag on the family farm in Audubon, Pa., climbing trees or challenging them to spitting contests. Books were a favorite pastime, broadening her horizons, captivating her imagination, offering escape from reality. But in the end, it was the time she spent with her family that fueled her art. Holm, a children's writer, has drawn upon those family experiences again and again to inspire her professionally.
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January 17, 1995
Jennifer HolmesSeverna ParkBasketballHolmes, a junior center for the Falcons, totaled 28 points, 44 rebounds, nine assists, four blocks and four steals in victoriesover South River (75-37) and Broadneck (50-45)Blanchard HurdMilford MillBasketballHurd, the Millers' senior center, averaged 36.5 points, 26.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.0 steals in wins over Towson and previously undefeated Overlea.Chris RueckertC. Milton WrightBasketballRueckert had 31 points, 16 rebounds and 11 blocked shots in a win over Fallston (82-58)
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | February 25, 1995
The Arundel Wildcats didn't want a coin flip to determine which team would be seeded No. 1 in next week's Class 4A East Region playoffs.That honor would be achieved on the floor, they decided. Even if it took more than 32 minutes.The seventh-ranked Wildcats fought back from two 10-point deficits in the third quarter and rode another outstanding effort from junior Chavonne Hammond and some clutch shooting by a couple of freshmen to defeat No. 8 Severna Park, 58-55, in overtime.Playing before an overflow crowd at Severna Park, Hammond finished with 20 points, 12 rebounds, seven steals and three blocks, as Arundel (22-0, 14-0)
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