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December 30, 1990
Name: Jenny Howard.School: Fallston High.Class: Senior.Sports: Cross-country, basketball, track.Accomplishments: No matter what she does through the rest of her promising athletic career, Howard will always hold one meet record. A repeat winner of The Harford County Sun's Female Athlete of the Year award in 1989, Howard set a new meet record (18:35) and came within two seconds of the course record for her second straight victory at the final Hereford Invitational Cross Country Meet in October.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | December 19, 1994
A couple of Poly grads will be on opposite sides of the field in the Gator Bowl on Dec. 30.Antonio Freeman, second-team All-Big East Conference as a kick returner, will conclude his career at Virginia Tech. Also a split end, Freeman holds school career and single-season records for touchdown catches.Greg Kyler, a freshman wide receiver for Tennessee, hasn't played this season and will be a red-shirt unless injuries force the Vols to use him in the Gator. Kyler is certain to be on the sideline with an eye on Freeman even if he isn't in uniform.
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NEWS
March 8, 1992
Jenny Howard, a Fallston graduate running for the University of Wisconsin, finished fifth in her second 5,000-meter race of the season atthe Big Ten Indoor Track and Field Championships last weekend at Ohio State.Her time of 16 minutes, 43.60 seconds was a provisional qualifying time for the NCAA championships March 13 and 14. NCAA officials will gather all the top times from this season and select a cut-off time. Howard, a freshman, should find out this weekend whether her time was good enough to make the cut.In the conference championships, Howard improved her previous time in the 5,000 meters by 10 seconds.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | October 29, 1994
Individually, it is still C. Milton Wright against the rest of Harford County, but while the Mustangs girls continued their winning ways as a team, the boys' winning streak was halted at the Harford County championships at Harford Glen yesterday.Wright runners placed 1-2 in the girls and boys divisions with Amy Altmann and defending champion Jen Englehart, plus Eric Benjamin and Dave Warnick. Altmann is the only senior, and she came through in a blaze of glory.Her time of 19 minutes 16 seconds set a record for the hilly 3.1-mile course, lowering the previous standard of 19.21 by two-time titlist Jenny Howard (1989, 1990)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | May 25, 1991
WESTMINSTER -- Jenny Howard and Mike Mamo both spent lonely -- and productive -- afternoons running yesterday.Howard, of Fallston, and Mamo, of Milford Mill, jumped to quick leads and cruised to victories in the 3,200-meter runs on the first day of competition in the Class 1A and 2A state track and field championships at Western Maryland College.The meet was suspended at 7:55 p.m., during the final event of the day, the 800-meter relay, because of thunder and lightning. It will resume this morning at 9:20 a.m. instead of the scheduled 10 a.m.Howard won the 3,200 for the third consecutive year.
SPORTS
November 27, 1990
A vote for ArizonaIn his Nov. 14 column, John Steadman supported the NFL and the University of Virginia for refusing to play in Arizona because the voters of that state had not made Martin Luther King's birthday a legal holiday. But he fancied the situation with nice-sounding words.The fact is that the football powers, in their typical heavy-handed fashion, tried to dictate to the Arizonans how they should vote, representing a decidedly illegal and immoral action. It reminds me of how Steadman and Schaefer rammed the stadium down the Baltimore voters' throats.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | October 29, 1994
Individually, it is still C. Milton Wright against the rest of Harford County, but while the Mustangs girls continued their winning ways as a team, the boys' winning streak was halted at the Harford County championships at Harford Glen yesterday.Wright runners placed 1-2 in the girls and boys divisions with Amy Altmann and defending champion Jen Englehart, plus Eric Benjamin and Dave Warnick. Altmann is the only senior, and she came through in a blaze of glory.Her time of 19 minutes 16 seconds set a record for the hilly 3.1-mile course, lowering the previous standard of 19.21 by two-time titlist Jenny Howard (1989, 1990)
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | December 23, 1990
Fallston's girls basketball team likes to play a fast-forward brand of basketball. Sometimes it gets a little too fast.The Cougars (1-2) knocked off Southern, of Garrett County, 48-45, for the first win of the season Thursday night. But they never had a comfortable lead until the final buzzer.Early in the game, the Cougars were often uncontrolled. Visiting Southern (0-2), fresh off a four-hour bus ride, got 11 of its 27 first-half points at the foul line.Later Fallston used a trapping defense to upset the Rams' ball handlers and cause 15 second-half turnovers.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | December 19, 1994
A couple of Poly grads will be on opposite sides of the field in the Gator Bowl on Dec. 30.Antonio Freeman, second-team All-Big East Conference as a kick returner, will conclude his career at Virginia Tech. Also a split end, Freeman holds school career and single-season records for touchdown catches.Greg Kyler, a freshman wide receiver for Tennessee, hasn't played this season and will be a red-shirt unless injuries force the Vols to use him in the Gator. Kyler is certain to be on the sideline with an eye on Freeman even if he isn't in uniform.
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | December 9, 1990
Three teams should contend for the Harford County girls basketball championship, so it should be no surprise that seven of the top 10 preseason players come from those teams. North Harford and C. Milton Wright are the early front-runners, but Bel Air could come on strong toward the end.While one or two girls not named here could turn into surprise forces in the league, these 10 should be the dominant players in Harford County.* Leigh Biggerman (5-6, senior, point guard), C. Milton Wright -- The top scorer returning for the Mustangs, Biggerman averaged 15.1 points per game.
NEWS
March 8, 1992
Jenny Howard, a Fallston graduate running for the University of Wisconsin, finished fifth in her second 5,000-meter race of the season atthe Big Ten Indoor Track and Field Championships last weekend at Ohio State.Her time of 16 minutes, 43.60 seconds was a provisional qualifying time for the NCAA championships March 13 and 14. NCAA officials will gather all the top times from this season and select a cut-off time. Howard, a freshman, should find out this weekend whether her time was good enough to make the cut.In the conference championships, Howard improved her previous time in the 5,000 meters by 10 seconds.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | June 2, 1991
Last year, Jenny Howard came within one second of winning three state track titles, so this year the Fallston senior was more determined than ever to bring home three gold medals.The Cougars' senior knew the first two races wouldn't be too difficult. Howard led the wholeway to win the 3,200 meters and the 1,600 meters at last weekend's 44th Annual Maryland State Track and Field Championships at Western Maryland College.In last Friday's opening day of Class 2A competition, Howard ran away with her third straight 3,200-meter title with a time of 10:57.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | May 25, 1991
WESTMINSTER -- Jenny Howard and Mike Mamo both spent lonely -- and productive -- afternoons running yesterday.Howard, of Fallston, and Mamo, of Milford Mill, jumped to quick leads and cruised to victories in the 3,200-meter runs on the first day of competition in the Class 1A and 2A state track and field championships at Western Maryland College.The meet was suspended at 7:55 p.m., during the final event of the day, the 800-meter relay, because of thunder and lightning. It will resume this morning at 9:20 a.m. instead of the scheduled 10 a.m.Howard won the 3,200 for the third consecutive year.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Evening Sun Staff | March 28, 1991
Year-round racing isn't the preferred training method for the most talented group of girls distance runners the area has produced in a decade.The Baltimore area has the state's top three girls, and none of the big three ran indoor track this winter. One doesn't even run cross country. Overall, this year's talent pool includes state champions at every level and a lesser-seen light from Baltimore City. The most encouraging factor is that few are seniors.Together, it is the area's deepest collection of distance talent since the 1981 bunch that included Lansdowne's Karin Wagner, Hereford's Tammy Walder and the Howard County triumvirate of Wilde Lake's Alysia Terry, Atholton's Carolyn Forde and Oakland Mills' Donna Neale.
NEWS
December 30, 1990
Name: Jenny Howard.School: Fallston High.Class: Senior.Sports: Cross-country, basketball, track.Accomplishments: No matter what she does through the rest of her promising athletic career, Howard will always hold one meet record. A repeat winner of The Harford County Sun's Female Athlete of the Year award in 1989, Howard set a new meet record (18:35) and came within two seconds of the course record for her second straight victory at the final Hereford Invitational Cross Country Meet in October.
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | December 23, 1990
Fallston's girls basketball team likes to play a fast-forward brand of basketball. Sometimes it gets a little too fast.The Cougars (1-2) knocked off Southern, of Garrett County, 48-45, for the first win of the season Thursday night. But they never had a comfortable lead until the final buzzer.Early in the game, the Cougars were often uncontrolled. Visiting Southern (0-2), fresh off a four-hour bus ride, got 11 of its 27 first-half points at the foul line.Later Fallston used a trapping defense to upset the Rams' ball handlers and cause 15 second-half turnovers.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Evening Sun Staff | March 28, 1991
Year-round racing isn't the preferred training method for the most talented group of girls distance runners the area has produced in a decade.The Baltimore area has the state's top three girls, and none of the big three ran indoor track this winter. One doesn't even run cross country. Overall, this year's talent pool includes state champions at every level and a lesser-seen light from Baltimore City. The most encouraging factor is that few are seniors.Together, it is the area's deepest collection of distance talent since the 1981 bunch that included Lansdowne's Karin Wagner, Hereford's Tammy Walder and the Howard County triumvirate of Wilde Lake's Alysia Terry, Atholton's Carolyn Forde and Oakland Mills' Donna Neale.
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | June 2, 1991
Last year, Jenny Howard came within one second of winning three state track titles, so this year the Fallston senior was more determined than ever to bring home three gold medals.The Cougars' senior knew the first two races wouldn't be too difficult. Howard led the wholeway to win the 3,200 meters and the 1,600 meters at last weekend's 44th Annual Maryland State Track and Field Championships at Western Maryland College.In last Friday's opening day of Class 2A competition, Howard ran away with her third straight 3,200-meter title with a time of 10:57.
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | December 9, 1990
Three teams should contend for the Harford County girls basketball championship, so it should be no surprise that seven of the top 10 preseason players come from those teams. North Harford and C. Milton Wright are the early front-runners, but Bel Air could come on strong toward the end.While one or two girls not named here could turn into surprise forces in the league, these 10 should be the dominant players in Harford County.* Leigh Biggerman (5-6, senior, point guard), C. Milton Wright -- The top scorer returning for the Mustangs, Biggerman averaged 15.1 points per game.
SPORTS
November 27, 1990
A vote for ArizonaIn his Nov. 14 column, John Steadman supported the NFL and the University of Virginia for refusing to play in Arizona because the voters of that state had not made Martin Luther King's birthday a legal holiday. But he fancied the situation with nice-sounding words.The fact is that the football powers, in their typical heavy-handed fashion, tried to dictate to the Arizonans how they should vote, representing a decidedly illegal and immoral action. It reminds me of how Steadman and Schaefer rammed the stadium down the Baltimore voters' throats.
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