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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 29, 1992
Yesterday -- for the first time in the 20-year history of the Maryland Catholic Invitational tournament -- Mount St. Joseph wasn't the team champion.The 17-time, Maryland Scholastic Association champion Gaels (181 points, second) got individual titles from Shane McCarthy (145, 4-0), Kevin Neville (152, 4-0), Danny DeVivo (160, 4-0) and heavyweight Dave Sunderland (4-0) in the 16-team affair.But the winner, Prince George's County's Riverdale Baptist Crusaders (211 points), placed 10 of its 12 wrestlers in the top three of their weight classes, with another taking fourth and four champions.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 21, 1993
Mount St. Joseph wrestling coach Paul Triplett isn't often wrong about his top-ranked squad. He was yesterday, however, after his Gaels (296.5 points) breezed to their 18th Maryland Scholastic Association tournament title at Poly.Expecting a tough challenge from No. 6 runner-up Boys' Latin (203), Triplett said Thursday, "It won't be a blowout." But with eight finalists entering yesterday, the Gaels (12-0) already had more points (257.5) than in winning last year's title (257).Gaels' champs were top-ranked wrestlers Danny DeVivo (160, 31-2)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 15, 1992
No. 8 Boys' Latin made a believer of at least one more Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference opponent -- barely before their rivals had even tightened their chin straps.Just 20 minutes, seven bouts and six pins into the match, last night's 54-15 pin fest was mathematically out of reach (39-0) of homestanding McDonogh (0-1-1). It was 45-0 after Mike Cangemi (145) recorded the fastest fall of the evening -- in 46 seconds -- over Rob Gormley to improve his personal record to 10-2."I went out looking to commence a quickie, looking for a lateral drop or a deep three quarters nelson," said Cangemi, who notched his fifth pin of the season.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 15, 1992
No. 8 Boys' Latin made a believer of at least one more Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference opponent -- barely before their rivals had even tightened their chin straps.Just 20 minutes, seven bouts and six pins into the match, last night's 54-15 pin fest was mathematically out of reach (39-0) of homestanding McDonogh (0-1-1). It was 45-0 after Mike Cangemi (145) recorded the fastest fall of the evening -- in 46 seconds -- over Rob Gormley to improve his personal record to 10-2."I went out looking to commence a quickie, looking for a lateral drop or a deep three quarters nelson," said Cangemi, who notched his fifth pin of the season.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 21, 1993
Mount St. Joseph wrestling coach Paul Triplett isn't often wrong about his top-ranked squad. He was yesterday, however, after his Gaels (296.5 points) breezed to their 18th Maryland Scholastic Association tournament title at Poly.Expecting a tough challenge from No. 6 runner-up Boys' Latin (203), Triplett said Thursday, "It won't be a blowout." But with eight finalists entering yesterday, the Gaels (12-0) already had more points (257.5) than in winning last year's title (257).Gaels' champs were top-ranked wrestlers Danny DeVivo (160, 31-2)
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June 16, 2011
I strongly disagree with your June 12 editorial, "County Council picks wrong fight. " That I and many others in Baltimore County support the County Council's opposition to giving tuition breaks to illegal immigrants is shown by the petition that is gaining approval across Maryland. The elected officials who go against what the people want on this issue are the ones picking the "wrong fight" — not the County Council. Jim Quinn
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By Don Pierson and Don Pierson,Chicago Tribune | June 17, 1992
MINNEAPOLIS -- Nine women who spend their Sundays in church instead of football stadiums were chosen yesterday to help decide the future of the NFL as the jury in an antitrust trial.Judge David S. Doty and the two sides spent four hours selecting the jurors from an all-white panel of 41.Doty called the all-woman jury "a little unusual."Avid sports fans and people with strong union ties were weeded out until the nine women were left. One described herself as a six or seven on Doty's "sports fan scale."
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January 28, 1992
The NFL announced yesterday that it will start the Plan B signing program on schedule Feb. 1.It's a sign that commissioner Paul Tagliabue seems resigned that he can't get a collective bargaining agreement by March 1.At his annual Super Bowl news conference Friday, Tagliabue said the league probably would delay the start of the Plan B signing period until March 1. He said "some progress" had been made in the talks and was hoping that a delay would speed up...
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | November 19, 1992
NFL players and owners both appear ready to let federal court judge David Doty decide the future of free agency in pro football.The judge, who presided over the Freeman McNeil case in Minnesota, has urged the two sides to settle their differences on their own for the last three years. He made the last plea in his chambers after a hearing last Thursday.But when the two sides met Tuesday in New York, they remained far apart and didn't come close to making a deal that would have taken the matter out of court.
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By Vito Stellino | August 28, 1991
Five days before the start of the NFL's 72nd season, commissioner Paul Tagliabue said yesterday that the league could settle its five-year labor battle with the players without going to trial.In a teleconference with writers, Tagliabue said, "There's reasons to think we may be able to settle these matters without going to court in February."But Jim Quinn, lawyer for the players, replied, "I don't share the commissioner's ebullient optimism." He said he expects the free-agency trial to start on schedule Feb. 17 in Minneapolis.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | November 29, 1992
Yesterday -- for the first time in the 20-year history of the Maryland Catholic Invitational tournament -- Mount St. Joseph wasn't the team champion.The 17-time, Maryland Scholastic Association champion Gaels (181 points, second) got individual titles from Shane McCarthy (145, 4-0), Kevin Neville (152, 4-0), Danny DeVivo (160, 4-0) and heavyweight Dave Sunderland (4-0) in the 16-team affair.But the winner, Prince George's County's Riverdale Baptist Crusaders (211 points), placed 10 of its 12 wrestlers in the top three of their weight classes, with another taking fourth and four champions.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | September 17, 1992
The NFL owners are likely to delay the league's expansion timetable for a year when they meet today in Dallas.In the wake of a ruling by a federal court jury last week that the league's Plan B free-agency restrictions violate antitrust laws, the owners also will get an update from the league's attorneys and begin to make new plans.The first casualty of the verdict is expected to be the expansion timetable that called for the league to name two expansion teams by the end of the year to begin play in 1994.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 10, 1993
Seventh-ranked host Boys' Latin (220 points) placed all 12 wrestlers in the top four of their weight classes, cruising past runner-up Tatnall (145.5) in yesterday's second annual Laker Invitational.For the Lakers (3-0), who tied Mervo for last year's title, the win came over the Delaware Independent Conference champion with 3-0 dual-meet record. Howard (126), which is 5-1, was third in the nine-team event.The Lakers' champs were Josh Silverman (103 pounds, 11-4), Tim Berger (112, 17-1) , Mike Harrison (125, 16-3)
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