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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff writer | January 31, 1992
Coach Jim Barry and his Naval Academy Ice Hockey Club received the good news yesterday while preparing for its 15th annual Crab Pot Tournament this weekend at Dahlgren Hall.The Midshipmen's club team has qualified for the national tournament for the second year in a row,as the eighth and final seed.Sanctioned by the American Collegiate Hockey Association, the tournament is set for Feb. 26-29 at Penn State University.Navy (11-2) was ranked No. 10 last week by the ACHA, but two impressive victories over the College Militaire Royale of Canada, 9-4 and 6-4, along with last Saturday night's 7-1 romp at North Carolina State, convinced the pollsters that the Mids belonged.
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April 26, 2006
On April 24, 2006, JOHN E. LYTLE, of Norrisville, MD. Devoted husband of the late Jean C. (nee Comer) Lytle, dear father of Clifton "Butch" Lytle, C. Fulton Lytle, Daniel R. Lytle, Faye L. Shanks and Norma J. Hammen. Beloved brother of James F. Lytle, Dorothy E. Heaton, Harry R. Lytle, C. Dale Lytle, Phyllis Ann Waterstreet, Kenneth C. Lytle, Joseph H. Lytle and Darlene R. Taylor. He is also survived by six grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and a dear companion, Dorothy Bryant. He was preceded in death by a sister, C. Marie Barrett and a brother, Elmer W. Lytle, Jr. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, April 27 at 2:00 P.M. from the J.J. Hartenstein Mortuary, Inc., 19 South Main Street, Stewartstown, PA. Burial is in Mc Kendree Cemetery, White Hall, with military rites by the Stewart American Legion Post #455 and the Benedict Meade V.F.W.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff writer | February 4, 1991
Navy's 10th-ranked Club Ice Hockey team (10-3-1) won the 14th annualCrab Pot Tournament yesterday, defeating 9th-ranked West Chester College (Pa.), 5-3.Navy's win virtually assures the team's first-ever trip to the national Club Hockey Championships, to be played this year in Tempe, Ariz.Set for Feb. 27-March 2, the nationals will feature the top eightteams as ranked by Club Sports magazine.Coach Jim Barry's Mids had split a pair of games with West Chester (15-4) this season, each winning at home.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff writer | January 21, 1992
The Naval Academy's ice hockey club team posted two impressive victories over the College Militaire Royal (CMR) of St. Jean, Quebec this weekend at Dahlgren Hall, enhancing its chances of making the national tournament for the second straight year.Coach Jim Barry's Midshipmen completed a two-game sweep of the Division II Canadians with a 9-4 triumph Sunday. CMR (17-5) defeated Navy (10-2) twice last year by scores of 10-2 and 9-4, but the Mids stunned them Saturday, 6-4, and put them away in the final period Sunday.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | February 22, 1993
Senior center Jeff Fogarty closed out his three-year hockey career at the U.S. Naval Academy in style yesterday at Dahlgren Hall by pacing the Midshipmen to a clean sweep of the Eastern Collegiate Hockey Association (ECHA) honors.Fogarty fired in five goals as Navy (15-4-2) ripped Delaware, 8-3, to win the ECHA Club League playoffs to go with its regular-season title."Jeff was unbelievable," said coach Jim Barry of the 6-foot-2, 215-pound Fogarty, who started at the Academy as a football player.
NEWS
March 3, 1991
Navy notched what Coach Jim Barry called "a moral victory" Friday when the academy ice hockey team tied Eastern Michigan, 4-4, in the National Club Hockey Tournament in Tempe, Ariz.It was the Mids' final game in their four-team round-robin division, and they are expectedhome at the Naval Academy this afternoon."The kids learned to play up to a higher level and I'm happy withthe way they played against some really outstanding teams," Barry said. "It was a moral victory, tying Eastern Michigan, because they hadonly lost to Penn State by 3-2."
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | February 7, 1994
Powerful Eastern Michigan University repeated as champion of Navy's 17th annual Crab Pot Ice Hockey Tournament in Annapolis yesterday, skating to an 8-4 victory over Towson State University.Host Navy was shut out in the two-day event, losing its opener and yesterday's consolation.Ranked No. 5 this week by the American Collegiate Hockey Association, Eastern Michigan was appearing for the second time in as many years under coach Mike Donnelly.For years, Donnelly had harbored thoughts of visiting the Academy in Annapolis and he takes pleasant memories home.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | February 1, 1993
After a furious second period that featured five goals -- three in 1 minute, 16 seconds -- Eastern Michigan University's defense tightened up in the third period and held on to beat Navy, 5-4, in the championship game of the 16th annual Crab Pot Ice Hockey Club Tournament at Dahlgren Hall in Annapolis.Making its first appearance at the Naval Academy, the Eagles (15-10) got a goal from junior forward Scott Ruffing with 14:29 left in the game and it held up.Navy coach Jim Barry, whose Mids (9-4-2)
SPORTS
By PAT O'MALLEY | November 18, 1992
It's smorgasbrowse day, with a bunch of "Q's" without "A's" plus some fun facts.If I forgot anything, please give me a call on the 24-hour Sportsline, (410) 647-2499.* How about congratulations to Archbishop Spalding's Amy Langville for signing a national letter of intent and accepting a full basketball scholarship to NCAA Division I Mount St. Mary's?"Amy had agreed verbally a couple weeks ago, but made it official Sunday night," said Spalding coach Paul Leimkuhler.* Do you realize that the state Class 4A football playoffs started with four Prince George's County teams and now the final four has only one, unbeaten Crossland (11-0)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | January 31, 1993
With the final seconds ticking away and the result not in doubt, a Midshipman warned his teammates to "keep your helmets on when we shake hands with those guys."It was good advice as Navy (9-3-2) rolled to a nasty 8-3 decision over the University of Maryland (11-8) in the first round of the 16th annual Crab Pot Ice Hockey Club Tournament at Dahlgren Hall in Annapolis.With seven different players scoring goals, Navy escaped with no serious injuries after what was a bruising, NHL-like brawl with the Terps.
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