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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2004
None of it seems to faze Joppatowne junior Jeremy Navarre. Not the volumes of recruiting mail that arrive at his home from such college football powers as Maryland, Virginia Tech and Penn State. Not his streak of wrestling perfection, which ended this past weekend when the 6-foot-4, 235-pounder was scored on in a heavyweight match for the first time all season. Navarre even bristled at the suggestion that there is an extra burden in defending a state wrestling title that he seemingly came out of nowhere to win. "I don't feel any pressure at all," said the 16-year-old, who won the Class 2A-1A state championship last year at 215 pounds and joined his father, Mariners assistant coach George Navarre, as the only state champions in Joppatowne history.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,jeff.barker@baltsun.com | October 6, 2008
COLLEGE PARK - Jeremy Navarre couldn't have been more insistent. Maryland had been upset by Middle Tennessee State in Week 2, and the defensive tackle believed the team had absorbed a painful lesson. "We're not going to fall in that trap again," Navarre said the following week, referring to the team's penchant for looking uninspired against weaker foes. But despite their repentant words, the Terps went out Saturday night and did it again. Maryland was dominated by Virginia, a two-touchdown underdog.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 4, 2004
Augie Waibel's Poly teams won for years by running the ball, controlling the clock and making the necessary important plays. Joppatowne coach Bill Waibel earned his first victory last night as the host Mariners turned in an effort that his father would have loved. Quarterback Anthony Preston ran for 163 yards and two touchdowns. Joe Ivory added 148 yards plus two scores and a blocked extra point. And Jeremy Navarre made a key fourth-quarter defensive stop that helped No. 10 Joppatowne pull out a 28-18 victory over No. 14 John Carroll in the opener for both teams.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,Sun reporter | August 5, 2008
COLLEGE PARK - August preseason camp might be grueling and hot, but it sure beats what happens to Maryland football players who run afoul of coach Ralph Friedgen's intricate points system - a motivational tool that can't help but grab team members' attention. Consider the experience of fourth-year defensive back Anthony Wiseman. Under wispy clouds turned orange by the sunrise, Wiseman jogged up and down the Byrd Stadium stairs in shorts and a T-shirt last year, beginning at 5:30 a.m. His lonely run - captured by the cameras of Terrapins Rising, the team reality show - turned him into a cautionary tale for teammates who prefer to sleep past dawn.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,SUN STAFF | August 27, 2005
COLLEGE PARK - There weren't any surprises, but one freshman was named a starter, and dozens of hopefuls were sent to the scout team yesterday as Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen determined his starting lineup. After showing yesterday's scrimmage film to the team in a meeting, Friedgen posted the latest depth chart. Freshman Jeremy Navarre (Joppatowne), who made the transition this summer from fullback, solidified his spot at defensive end. Dan Ennis was named the starting place-kicker ahead of an injured Obi Egekeze, who tore a muscle in his right quad in Thursday's scrimmage and is expected to be out for a week.
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By Jeff Seidel | December 17, 2004
Offensive Player of the Year Anthony Preston, Joppatowne The senior quarterback made the Mariners' option offense go, guiding Joppatowne to a second straight Class 1A state title game appearance. Joppatowne's bid for a second straight state crown fell short, but Preston did all he could to prevent it. He ran for 133 yards in that 16-14 loss to Dunbar and finished with 1,292 rushing yards on the season. He also threw for six touchdowns despite missing nearly three games with injuries.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,jeff.barker@baltsun.com | October 6, 2008
COLLEGE PARK - Jeremy Navarre couldn't have been more insistent. Maryland had been upset by Middle Tennessee State in Week 2, and the defensive tackle believed the team had absorbed a painful lesson. "We're not going to fall in that trap again," Navarre said the following week, referring to the team's penchant for looking uninspired against weaker foes. But despite their repentant words, the Terps went out Saturday night and did it again. Maryland was dominated by Virginia, a two-touchdown underdog.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2005
Freshman Dan Bichner recorded three pins in a combined 5 minutes, 37 seconds yesterday to capture the 103-pound championship at Edgewood's tournament and lead Glenelg to the team crown. Bichner's brother, Matt (160), and teammate Bob Kuczarski (145) also won titles as the Gladiators beat runner-up Rising Sun, 207-187. The event was continued from Jan. 21, when it was postponed because of snow. Chris Stinnett (112) and Rob Black (130) were second, and Mike Miller (125) and John LaPoint (215)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 7, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Rob Cooper repeated his winning ways in the 119-pound weight class, and teammate Sasha Binder's title at 140 made up for lost time as the seniors led Owings Mills to its second straight Class 2A-1A state tournament championship, and its sixth overall, last night at Cole Field House. Cooper (38-2) scored eight takedowns in a showdown of state champions with D.J. Scarponi (34-7), and his 18-6 victory was his fourth over the Hereford wrestler. Binder (37-0) earned his third win of the season over Harford Tech's Brad Dreyer (32-4)
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,Sun reporter | August 5, 2008
COLLEGE PARK - August preseason camp might be grueling and hot, but it sure beats what happens to Maryland football players who run afoul of coach Ralph Friedgen's intricate points system - a motivational tool that can't help but grab team members' attention. Consider the experience of fourth-year defensive back Anthony Wiseman. Under wispy clouds turned orange by the sunrise, Wiseman jogged up and down the Byrd Stadium stairs in shorts and a T-shirt last year, beginning at 5:30 a.m. His lonely run - captured by the cameras of Terrapins Rising, the team reality show - turned him into a cautionary tale for teammates who prefer to sleep past dawn.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun reporter | November 18, 2006
Each time Brady Smith places his left hand on the ground, the Boston College defensive end glances at the white tape on his right hand, where the initials VB and the number 25 are drawn in bold, black magic marker. "I still consider Van Brooks to be one of my teammates, so every time I look down and see it, I want to push that much harder," says Smith, whose 20th-ranked Eagles host No. 21 Maryland today in a key Atlantic Coast Conference football game at Alumni Stadium. "I want to show Van that ... every time I'm on the field, I'm pushing harder, playing harder because of him," says Smith, a 6-foot-2, 285-pound redshirt freshman who starts on the left side.
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By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 7, 2005
Joppatowne coach Bill Waibel watched visiting Potomac celebrate moments after the Wolverines defeated his team in Friday's Class 2A state semifinal. When asked about the Prince George's County's team's talent, Waibel gave a grim smile. "That's the fastest team I've ever coached against," Waibel said after the Mariners' 14-7 loss. Potomac ended Joppatowne's season with that speed and quickness, controlling play on both sides of the ball and stopping Joppatowne's bid for a third straight trip to a state title game.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,special to the sun | September 21, 2005
Having lost several key players from last season's state finalist team, Joppatowne football coach Bill Waibel said during preseason workouts that he was worried about how his offense would come together. David Dudley and the Joppatowne running game have helped Waibel relax. Dudley ran for a school-record 383 yards on 35 carries and scored three touchdowns to help Joppatowne roll to a 35-20 victory over Havre de Grace last Friday. The Mariners ran right over the Warriors, gaining 508 yards rushing.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,SUN STAFF | August 27, 2005
COLLEGE PARK - There weren't any surprises, but one freshman was named a starter, and dozens of hopefuls were sent to the scout team yesterday as Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen determined his starting lineup. After showing yesterday's scrimmage film to the team in a meeting, Friedgen posted the latest depth chart. Freshman Jeremy Navarre (Joppatowne), who made the transition this summer from fullback, solidified his spot at defensive end. Dan Ennis was named the starting place-kicker ahead of an injured Obi Egekeze, who tore a muscle in his right quad in Thursday's scrimmage and is expected to be out for a week.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2005
Freshman Dan Bichner recorded three pins in a combined 5 minutes, 37 seconds yesterday to capture the 103-pound championship at Edgewood's tournament and lead Glenelg to the team crown. Bichner's brother, Matt (160), and teammate Bob Kuczarski (145) also won titles as the Gladiators beat runner-up Rising Sun, 207-187. The event was continued from Jan. 21, when it was postponed because of snow. Chris Stinnett (112) and Rob Black (130) were second, and Mike Miller (125) and John LaPoint (215)
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By Jeff Seidel | December 17, 2004
Offensive Player of the Year Anthony Preston, Joppatowne The senior quarterback made the Mariners' option offense go, guiding Joppatowne to a second straight Class 1A state title game appearance. Joppatowne's bid for a second straight state crown fell short, but Preston did all he could to prevent it. He ran for 133 yards in that 16-14 loss to Dunbar and finished with 1,292 rushing yards on the season. He also threw for six touchdowns despite missing nearly three games with injuries.
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By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 7, 2005
Joppatowne coach Bill Waibel watched visiting Potomac celebrate moments after the Wolverines defeated his team in Friday's Class 2A state semifinal. When asked about the Prince George's County's team's talent, Waibel gave a grim smile. "That's the fastest team I've ever coached against," Waibel said after the Mariners' 14-7 loss. Potomac ended Joppatowne's season with that speed and quickness, controlling play on both sides of the ball and stopping Joppatowne's bid for a third straight trip to a state title game.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,special to the sun | September 21, 2005
Having lost several key players from last season's state finalist team, Joppatowne football coach Bill Waibel said during preseason workouts that he was worried about how his offense would come together. David Dudley and the Joppatowne running game have helped Waibel relax. Dudley ran for a school-record 383 yards on 35 carries and scored three touchdowns to help Joppatowne roll to a 35-20 victory over Havre de Grace last Friday. The Mariners ran right over the Warriors, gaining 508 yards rushing.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 4, 2004
Augie Waibel's Poly teams won for years by running the ball, controlling the clock and making the necessary important plays. Joppatowne coach Bill Waibel earned his first victory last night as the host Mariners turned in an effort that his father would have loved. Quarterback Anthony Preston ran for 163 yards and two touchdowns. Joe Ivory added 148 yards plus two scores and a blocked extra point. And Jeremy Navarre made a key fourth-quarter defensive stop that helped No. 10 Joppatowne pull out a 28-18 victory over No. 14 John Carroll in the opener for both teams.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 7, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Rob Cooper repeated his winning ways in the 119-pound weight class, and teammate Sasha Binder's title at 140 made up for lost time as the seniors led Owings Mills to its second straight Class 2A-1A state tournament championship, and its sixth overall, last night at Cole Field House. Cooper (38-2) scored eight takedowns in a showdown of state champions with D.J. Scarponi (34-7), and his 18-6 victory was his fourth over the Hereford wrestler. Binder (37-0) earned his third win of the season over Harford Tech's Brad Dreyer (32-4)
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