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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 4, 1996
For now, all Messiah junior Jeremy Myers can do is watch.It's something new to him, he's been wrestling since he was 8 and had never missed a match.The pain in his back has been with him off and on for most of his wrestling years. It didn't stop him from winning a high school state title in 1992 for the North Carroll Panthers, or keep him from going 66-12 in his first two years at Messiah.Myers was 11-1 early this season at 126 pounds when December came and the pain finally got to be too much.
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By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | November 16, 1997
If Towson University thought it had problems before yesterday's game, then it reached a new low after a 33-0 loss to Bucknell in the final regular-season game before 2,235 at Minnegan Stadium.For the fourth consecutive game, the Tigers received a forgettable performance from their offense, which failed to get in the end zone for the second time in four weeks and had four turnovers among just 228 total yards.The defense rested, as Towson suffered major breakdowns in its pass coverage.And then there were the 12 penalties for 117 yards.
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February 2, 1992
Name: Jeremy MyersHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Being ranked fifth by the Maryland State Wrestling Association in the 103-pound division and having a 15-1 record for the North Carroll High School PanthersAge: 16Residence; hometown: HampsteadEducation: Junior atNorth Carroll High School in Hampstead; graduate of North Carroll Middle in Greenmount; graduate of Manchester ElementaryFamily: Mother: Donna, assistant librarian at North Carroll High; Father:...
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 26, 1997
The regional basketball playoffs start Friday, but the Francis Scott Key girls have some unfinished business to deal with first.Tonight, the No. 19 Eagles (19-2) will travel to Middletown to take on the Knights with the Monocacy Valley Athletic League title on the line.Both teams go into the season finale with 15-2 league marks. The Eagles won the first meeting in Uniontown, 56-46 on Jan. 15, and Key coach Alice Smith said her team will have to do a couple of things to come away with their first MVAL title in 19 years.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | March 11, 1993
Every high school wrestler in Maryland starts the season with hopes of winning a state title.Only a rare few -- 26 to be exact in the 13 different weight divisions of the state's 2A-1A and 4A-3A classes -- actually reach the goal.Yet there was Francis Scott Key sophomore Randy Owings, fresh off his 6-4 win over Northeast's Steve Smiddy in the 130-pound finals Saturday, with a look of disappointment and disbelief over the fact that his Eagles team finished seventh in the team race.With more time to reflect, he said he appreciates his accomplishment over the weekend at Western Maryland College: He was the only state champion to come out of a strong contingent of Carroll County wrestlers this year.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | March 7, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- Oakland Mills and defending champion Owings Mills are locked in a battle for the top spot with Smithsburg and North Carroll after last night's quarterfinals of the Class 2A-1A state wrestling tournament at Western Maryland College.Oakland Mills stood in first place with 37.5 points after last night, Owings Mills was next with 32.5. Smithsburg took third at 31.5, while North Carroll was fourth at 28.The tournament finishes today. This would be its fourth state title since 1980 for Oakland Mills.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 24, 1991
WESTMINSTER -- North Carroll High had three individual champions and six others placed second, as the Panthers won the Region I 3A-4A wrestling tournament at Westminster High yesterday.North Carroll, the defending champion, finished with 210 points and will take 10 wrestlers to the state tournament next weekend. Eastern Vo Tech was second with 104 and Perry Hall third with 92.The Panthers breezed through the first two rounds of the tournament before struggling in the championship round. By then, it was too late for the rest of the competition.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | March 18, 1995
Winthrop's Stacey Milton saved her best for UMBC. Twice, in fact.A 6-foot-2 sophomore out of C. Milton Wright, Milton had a career-high 24 points in Winthrop's 66-59 season-ending Big South Conference win over UMBC. Earlier against UMBC, she had 22 points, then her career high. For the year, Milton started 18 of 25 games and averaged 9.4 points and 6.6 rebounds.* Three Baltimore players helped Virginia Wesleyan to a 14-12 record. Juniors Rob Reich (Catonsville) and Gene Pleyo (Northeast-AA)
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March 11, 1993
103 -- Doug Dell, Jr., North Carroll -- The Panthers went into every match knowing they would get an early lead because Dell (30-1) was nearly invincible all season. He won 30 straight matches in his first varsity season before losing to Marty Kusick of Northeast in the championship round of the state 2A-1A tournament.*112 -- Jeremy Myers, Sr., North Carroll -- The second half of a 1-2 punch in the early bouts for the 13-0 Panthers. Myers had two incredible seasons, going 30-1 as a junior and winning the state 2A-1A 103-pound championship and coming back this year to go 30-1 at 112. Myers' one loss came in the 112-pound state championship bout to Northeast's Mike Kusick.
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December 1, 1991
Head coach: Bill Hyson, 13th yearLast year's record: 4-8Top returnees: Juniors -- Norman Jones (171), Joe Leack (140); sophomore -- Chris Beale (130)Coach's comments: "I think we'll be much improved. I like the team we have. We're solid all the way through, and we have a positive attitude. We are very competitive, and in some weights second- and third-year wrestlers have a tough time getting spots."The Carroll County Sun's outlook: The Eagles have a total of nine returning letter winners and a huge turnout for the team.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 4, 1996
For now, all Messiah junior Jeremy Myers can do is watch.It's something new to him, he's been wrestling since he was 8 and had never missed a match.The pain in his back has been with him off and on for most of his wrestling years. It didn't stop him from winning a high school state title in 1992 for the North Carroll Panthers, or keep him from going 66-12 in his first two years at Messiah.Myers was 11-1 early this season at 126 pounds when December came and the pain finally got to be too much.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | March 18, 1995
Winthrop's Stacey Milton saved her best for UMBC. Twice, in fact.A 6-foot-2 sophomore out of C. Milton Wright, Milton had a career-high 24 points in Winthrop's 66-59 season-ending Big South Conference win over UMBC. Earlier against UMBC, she had 22 points, then her career high. For the year, Milton started 18 of 25 games and averaged 9.4 points and 6.6 rebounds.* Three Baltimore players helped Virginia Wesleyan to a 14-12 record. Juniors Rob Reich (Catonsville) and Gene Pleyo (Northeast-AA)
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March 17, 1993
103: MARTY KUSICK, SOPH., NORTHEAST (34-0)Top-ranked at 103, Marty (16 pins, two technical falls) won his second straight county and regional titles and improved to 62-1-1 over two seasons. He won his second straight Chesapeake and Broadneck tournaments and his first Arundel tournament crown.112: MIKE KUSICK, SOPH., NORTHEAST, (33-1)Mike (13 pins, six technical falls) entered his state title bout ranked No. 3, but dethroned North Carroll's Jeremy Myers, 8-2, for the state crown, avenging his twin brother's loss of a year ago. Mike is a two-time county and regional champ.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | March 11, 1993
Every high school wrestler in Maryland starts the season with hopes of winning a state title.Only a rare few -- 26 to be exact in the 13 different weight divisions of the state's 2A-1A and 4A-3A classes -- actually reach the goal.Yet there was Francis Scott Key sophomore Randy Owings, fresh off his 6-4 win over Northeast's Steve Smiddy in the 130-pound finals Saturday, with a look of disappointment and disbelief over the fact that his Eagles team finished seventh in the team race.With more time to reflect, he said he appreciates his accomplishment over the weekend at Western Maryland College: He was the only state champion to come out of a strong contingent of Carroll County wrestlers this year.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | March 5, 1993
Two years ago, Old Mill became the first 4A-3A wrestling team to win three outright state titles, and Southern's first-year coach Tyrone Neal led his Bulldogs to a 2A-1A state runner-up finish to Owings Mills.Last year, the Patriots won an unprecedented fourth.And this year, the county could sweep both state titles, with the No. 3 Patriots (12-1) looking for their fifth title and No. 6 Northeast (12-1) going for its first crown since becoming the county's first state champion in 1976.A victory by both teams would make Anne Arundel County the first to take both titles in the same year.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | February 22, 1993
For No. 2 North Carroll, the journey to its seventh consecutive Carroll County wrestling tournament championship was a tough one.Six North Carroll wrestlers won individual titles, but five from No. 6 Francis Scott Key did the same. North Carroll, however, won three of four head-to-head matches with Key in the title round and pulled out a 169-161 victory Saturday night at Liberty.South Carroll finished third with 92 points. Westminster took fourth with 71.5, and Liberty was fifth, scoring 49.Jeremy Myers (119)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 20, 1992
Trailing 4-0 entering the final period of his 130-pound title bout with Randallstown's fourth-ranked Brandon Grodnitzky, North Carroll's Andy Kiler seemed on his way to his first loss.But as he stood up from the bottom starting position, Kiler (8-0) saw an opening he had earlier missed. Twice, he hurled Grodnitzky to his back before the final buzzer to win, 10-5."At that point, I had wrestled pretty sloppy, so I was looking for a desperation move," said Kiler, one of five champions for the fifth-ranked Panthers (211 points)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 20, 1992
Trailing 4-0 entering the final period of his 130-pound title bout with Randallstown's fourth-ranked Brandon Grodnitzky, North Carroll's Andy Kiler seemed on his way to his first loss.But as he stood up from the bottom starting position, Kiler (8-0) saw an opening he had earlier missed. Twice, he hurled Grodnitzky to his back before the final buzzer to win, 10-5."At that point, I had wrestled pretty sloppy, so I was looking for a desperation move," said Kiler, one of five champions for the fifth-ranked Panthers (211 points)
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