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November 10, 1990
Mike Tall scored three goals to lead visiting Loyola (11-4-1) to a 4-2 victory over Archbishop Curley (11-5-1) in a Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference soccer semifinal yesterday.Loyola will face No. 6 Calvert Hall (14-3-1), a 2-1 winner over No. 9 McDonogh (13-2-2), in tomorrow's championship game at Essex Community College at 2 p.m.Tall scored Loyola's first goal and last two. Marshall Robers got the Dons' other goal and had an assist, and Paul Chryssikos had two assists for Loyola, which led by at least a goal throughout the game.
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By RICK BELZ | July 10, 1994
The ingredients for any successful sports team are no mystery; it takes talented players, good coaching and luck.When the Baltimore Spirit, a team heavily flavored with Columbia players and coaches, won the Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer Eastern Region I under-19 championship last weekend, that combination was present.The Spirit played extremely well, but may have had a few extra measures of luck.The championship game was tied 1-1 with five minutes to play when Spirit sweeper Chris Eatough received a red card.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | November 24, 1992
Some of the best players in the state got their chance to shine last night in the Maryland Association of Coaches of Soccer & Umbro Boys All-State Soccer games at Johns Hopkins University's Homewood Field.For one player, however, doing his best meant not trying to do too much.After the first game ended in a 1-1 tie, Fallston's Shane Dougherty had a goal and an assist to help his North squad to a 2-1 win in the nightcap. For Dougherty, it was a case of mind over matter."If you try to do too much out there, you start messing up," said Dougherty, whose team finished 13-1-1.
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By Steven Kivinski and Lem Satterfield and Steven Kivinski and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writers | September 7, 1993
Parity is in vogue in the Baltimore County and Baltimore City boys soccer leagues, but that's not to say some teams don't stand out in the crowd.Calvert Hall again is favored in the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference, but Archbishop Curley, Mount St. Joseph, Friends, Boys' Latin and Cardinal Gibbons cannot be overlooked.In the City-Wide League, Poly beat Southern for last year's MSA B Conference title, but Engineers coach John Baumann says his team is rebuilding and may have difficulty.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | March 3, 1993
Another night, another big victory for No. 10 Towson Catholic.Towson Catholic, which won its second straight Catholic League title Monday and was playing its fourth game in four days, used 34 points from Sharif Butler and some hot shooting to defeat visiting and No. 11 Calvert Hall, 76-59, in a Maryland Scholastic Association Armstrong Conference A League semifinal last night.Towson Catholic meets Loyola, a 61-56 winner over Mount St. Joseph, tonight at Gilman at 7:45 in the title game. This will be the Owls' fifth game in five days.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 7, 1992
With one returning starter from last year's 17-1 Calvert Hall team, few people expected this year's version to be as good.But with every game, the second-ranked Cardinals have tried to out-do last year's team, which won its 15th Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference title over Mount St. Joseph.Yesterday. the 13th-ranked Gaels lost, 4-1, in the MSA tournament semifinal to the newest Calvert Hall team. The Cardinals can win their 16th crown by beating third-ranked Archbishop Curley -- a 5-2 semifinal winner over Cardinal Gibbons -- in Monday's championship game at Essex Community College.
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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Contributing Writer | October 19, 1992
Jeremy Baker may not have all the skills that other great Calvert Hall soccer players have had, but he more than makes up for that with hustle."When I was a sophomore, the only reason I made the [varsity] was my aggressiveness," Baker said. "I didn't need skills. We had [all-metro players] Brian Bugarin and J.J. [Kremer]. My role was to just get the ball and cross it."Since then, Baker's skills have improved, but it is his hustle and aggressiveness that have led second-ranked Calvert Hall (10-0-1)
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By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,Contributing Writer | January 27, 1993
Calvert Hall relied on its senior experience to push back repeated comeback efforts by Cardinal Gibbons and registered a 72-61 victory at home last night.The No. 10 Cardinals (14-5 overall) improved their record in the Catholic League to 7-1 and in the MSA A Conference Armstrong Division to 8-1. The No. 6 Crusaders dropped to 13-9 overall, 4-3 in the Catholic League and 7-2 in the A Conference.Calvert Hall, which led 30-22 at the half, saw the undermanned Crusaders rally to 39-38 midway through the third quarter on 7-for-8 shooting.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 9, 1992
For a dead-even matchup, see Calvert Hall against Archbishop Curley in soccer today at Essex Community College.The 3:15 p.m. game is for the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference championship and matches two of the area's most skilled teams.This could be the most evenly matched title game in the tournament's history.Second-ranked Calvert Hall is 17-0-1; No. 3 Curley is 17-1.Division I champ Calvert Hall has outscored its opponents, 60-4, compared with Division II Curley's 59-7. Each team has established a school record for shutouts -- the Cardinals with 14, the Friars with 12. Each teams has been shut out once -- the Cardinals in a scoreless tie with John Carroll, the Friars in a 1-0 loss to New Jersey's Kearney.
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By Steven Kivinski and Lem Satterfield and Steven Kivinski and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writers | September 7, 1993
Parity is in vogue in the Baltimore County and Baltimore City boys soccer leagues, but that's not to say some teams don't stand out in the crowd.Calvert Hall again is favored in the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference, but Archbishop Curley, Mount St. Joseph, Friends, Boys' Latin and Cardinal Gibbons cannot be overlooked.In the City-Wide League, Poly beat Southern for last year's MSA B Conference title, but Engineers coach John Baumann says his team is rebuilding and may have difficulty.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | June 15, 1993
With the help of three Baltimore Sun 1992 All-Metro soccer players, The East Team won the Puma Cup title over the weekend in an event dubbed the first national high school All-Star tournament.They scored just one goal among them in the three-day, four-team affair at the National Soccer Hall of Fame in Oneonta, N.Y., but Shane Dougherty (Fallston); The Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year, Jeremy Baker (Calvert Hall); and Shawn Moyer (North County) demonstrated enough fancy footwork to prove they belonged among the nation's best.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | March 3, 1993
Another night, another big victory for No. 10 Towson Catholic.Towson Catholic, which won its second straight Catholic League title Monday and was playing its fourth game in four days, used 34 points from Sharif Butler and some hot shooting to defeat visiting and No. 11 Calvert Hall, 76-59, in a Maryland Scholastic Association Armstrong Conference A League semifinal last night.Towson Catholic meets Loyola, a 61-56 winner over Mount St. Joseph, tonight at Gilman at 7:45 in the title game. This will be the Owls' fifth game in five days.
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By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,Contributing Writer | January 27, 1993
Calvert Hall relied on its senior experience to push back repeated comeback efforts by Cardinal Gibbons and registered a 72-61 victory at home last night.The No. 10 Cardinals (14-5 overall) improved their record in the Catholic League to 7-1 and in the MSA A Conference Armstrong Division to 8-1. The No. 6 Crusaders dropped to 13-9 overall, 4-3 in the Catholic League and 7-2 in the A Conference.Calvert Hall, which led 30-22 at the half, saw the undermanned Crusaders rally to 39-38 midway through the third quarter on 7-for-8 shooting.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | November 24, 1992
Some of the best players in the state got their chance to shine last night in the Maryland Association of Coaches of Soccer & Umbro Boys All-State Soccer games at Johns Hopkins University's Homewood Field.For one player, however, doing his best meant not trying to do too much.After the first game ended in a 1-1 tie, Fallston's Shane Dougherty had a goal and an assist to help his North squad to a 2-1 win in the nightcap. For Dougherty, it was a case of mind over matter."If you try to do too much out there, you start messing up," said Dougherty, whose team finished 13-1-1.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 9, 1992
For a dead-even matchup, see Calvert Hall against Archbishop Curley in soccer today at Essex Community College.The 3:15 p.m. game is for the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference championship and matches two of the area's most skilled teams.This could be the most evenly matched title game in the tournament's history.Second-ranked Calvert Hall is 17-0-1; No. 3 Curley is 17-1.Division I champ Calvert Hall has outscored its opponents, 60-4, compared with Division II Curley's 59-7. Each team has established a school record for shutouts -- the Cardinals with 14, the Friars with 12. Each teams has been shut out once -- the Cardinals in a scoreless tie with John Carroll, the Friars in a 1-0 loss to New Jersey's Kearney.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 7, 1992
With one returning starter from last year's 17-1 Calvert Hall team, few people expected this year's version to be as good.But with every game, the second-ranked Cardinals have tried to out-do last year's team, which won its 15th Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference title over Mount St. Joseph.Yesterday. the 13th-ranked Gaels lost, 4-1, in the MSA tournament semifinal to the newest Calvert Hall team. The Cardinals can win their 16th crown by beating third-ranked Archbishop Curley -- a 5-2 semifinal winner over Cardinal Gibbons -- in Monday's championship game at Essex Community College.
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By RICK BELZ | July 10, 1994
The ingredients for any successful sports team are no mystery; it takes talented players, good coaching and luck.When the Baltimore Spirit, a team heavily flavored with Columbia players and coaches, won the Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer Eastern Region I under-19 championship last weekend, that combination was present.The Spirit played extremely well, but may have had a few extra measures of luck.The championship game was tied 1-1 with five minutes to play when Spirit sweeper Chris Eatough received a red card.
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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Contributing Writer | October 19, 1992
Jeremy Baker may not have all the skills that other great Calvert Hall soccer players have had, but he more than makes up for that with hustle."When I was a sophomore, the only reason I made the [varsity] was my aggressiveness," Baker said. "I didn't need skills. We had [all-metro players] Brian Bugarin and J.J. [Kremer]. My role was to just get the ball and cross it."Since then, Baker's skills have improved, but it is his hustle and aggressiveness that have led second-ranked Calvert Hall (10-0-1)
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