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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 28, 1996
Joe Barnes is something of a celebrity around Old Mill High School.He has met President Clinton and had his photo taken with the president last June in Pine Bluff, Ark., hit a home run during a game televised by ESPN, and been featured in national baseball publications.Scouts from the Milwaukee Brewers and expansion Arizona Diamondbacks have been to Old Mill games to watch the Patriots' gifted senior center fielder play this spring.All this attention hasn't changed the way Barnes approaches baseball and life every day."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 15, 1997
Third baseman William Hays, taken on the 51st round of the baseball draft by the Anaheim Angels, will return to Garrett CC.Outfielder Joe Barnes (56, Seattle), an Old Mill grad, is expected to return to Indian River (Fla.) CC, and catcher Jason Harrison (24, Florida), of Allegany CC, is leaning toward returning to school.Pub Date: 6/15/97
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 15, 1997
Third baseman William Hays, taken on the 51st round of the baseball draft by the Anaheim Angels, will return to Garrett CC.Outfielder Joe Barnes (56, Seattle), an Old Mill grad, is expected to return to Indian River (Fla.) CC, and catcher Jason Harrison (24, Florida), of Allegany CC, is leaning toward returning to school.Pub Date: 6/15/97
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 28, 1996
Joe Barnes is something of a celebrity around Old Mill High School.He has met President Clinton and had his photo taken with the president last June in Pine Bluff, Ark., hit a home run during a game televised by ESPN, and been featured in national baseball publications.Scouts from the Milwaukee Brewers and expansion Arizona Diamondbacks have been to Old Mill games to watch the Patriots' gifted senior center fielder play this spring.All this attention hasn't changed the way Barnes approaches baseball and life every day."
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | April 20, 1995
Sophomore Jared Vogt won his third game as streaking Chesapeake (7-3) upset No. 9 Old Mill, 8-5. It was the No. 20 Cougars' seventh win in the last eight games after an 0-2 start."
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | December 9, 1994
The Baltimore CFLs will not rehire quarterback coach Joe Barnes for next season, team sources said yesterday.An 11-year veteran in the Canadian Football League and a first-year coach, Barnes will be dismissed once his contract expires Feb. 1.Sources said the decision, rendered by coach Don Matthews this week, stemmed from a communications problem between Barnes and quarterback Tracy Ham.Steve Buratto, offensive coordinator and line coach, will assume Barnes'...
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By Lem Satterfield | June 22, 1995
Mike Wooden (North County), Andy Bair (Calvert Hall) and Joe Barnes (Old Mill) are the only Marylanders playing on the National Amateur Baseball Federation's All-Star Team in this week's third annual National Amateur All-Star Tournament in Pine Bluff, Ark.The squad, which left Sunday to compete in a weeklong round-robin series of games against other major amateur baseball affiliations, is 2-0 with wins over the Pony All-Stars (6-5 on Tuesday) and Pine Bluff (8-5 yesterday).Barnes, a second-team All-Metro selection, had two hits in the victory over Pine Bluff and had a triple and a sacrifice bunt that scored the winning run against the Pony All-Stars.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | December 17, 1994
Baltimore Football Club owner Jim Speros held the line on 1995 ticket prices and revamped his front office yesterday.In the new management structure, E. J. Narcise has been promoted from director of operations to vice president of business operations.He will be in charge of team marketing, corporate sponsorships, merchandising, radio and television negotiations and stadium operations.Narcise joins two other vice presidents in the front office. Paul Blaber is vice president of ticket operations and Aric Holsinger vice president of finance.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | February 1, 1995
Would they bounce back, or be flattened again? That was the question on the minds of Old Mill's coaches going into last night's game against visiting North County.The Patriots had been battered by Arundel on Friday, losing by 36 points, and didn't want a repeat.Could they make a clean and quick recovery against a team that was much better than its .500 record indicated?North County provided the definitive answer. No chance.The Knights came out with the hot hand and built an early lead, then staved off a late rally by making 24 of 33 free throws in a 69-52 victory.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | January 28, 1995
The No. 13 Arundel Wildcats had something to prove last night and they wanted to send a message. Mission accomplished.The Wildcats ran to a 76-40 romp over No. 17 Old Mill to break the three-way tie in the Anne Arundel County 4A League last night."
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By PAT O'MALLEY | September 10, 1995
What better way to kick off the high school sports year than making the season's first "Sidelines" a Sunday smorgasbrowse.The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association, the group that governs the athletic programs of public high schools, is celebrating its 50th anniversary.The MPSSAA has significantly grown and improved in its half-century, particularly under the leadership of Executive Secretary Ned Sparks. One of the most remarkable accomplishments during Sparks' tenure has been the embracing Baltimore City public schools.
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By Lem Satterfield | June 22, 1995
Mike Wooden (North County), Andy Bair (Calvert Hall) and Joe Barnes (Old Mill) are the only Marylanders playing on the National Amateur Baseball Federation's All-Star Team in this week's third annual National Amateur All-Star Tournament in Pine Bluff, Ark.The squad, which left Sunday to compete in a weeklong round-robin series of games against other major amateur baseball affiliations, is 2-0 with wins over the Pony All-Stars (6-5 on Tuesday) and Pine Bluff (8-5 yesterday).Barnes, a second-team All-Metro selection, had two hits in the victory over Pine Bluff and had a triple and a sacrifice bunt that scored the winning run against the Pony All-Stars.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | May 4, 1995
Make no mistake about it: Errors cost host Severna Park yesterday.Twelfth-ranked Old Mill took advantage of six errors from No. 15 Severna Park to score five unearned runs, and the visiting Patriots held on for a 6-5 victory in an Anne Arundel County 4A League game.Old Mill (10-6), which gave coach Mel Montgomery his 250th win, used three Severna Park miscues to score twice in the second. Another key error in the fifth opened the way for three more Old Mill runs."We stunk defensively," said Severna Park coach Jim Pitt.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | April 20, 1995
Sophomore Jared Vogt won his third game as streaking Chesapeake (7-3) upset No. 9 Old Mill, 8-5. It was the No. 20 Cougars' seventh win in the last eight games after an 0-2 start."
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | February 1, 1995
Would they bounce back, or be flattened again? That was the question on the minds of Old Mill's coaches going into last night's game against visiting North County.The Patriots had been battered by Arundel on Friday, losing by 36 points, and didn't want a repeat.Could they make a clean and quick recovery against a team that was much better than its .500 record indicated?North County provided the definitive answer. No chance.The Knights came out with the hot hand and built an early lead, then staved off a late rally by making 24 of 33 free throws in a 69-52 victory.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | January 28, 1995
The No. 13 Arundel Wildcats had something to prove last night and they wanted to send a message. Mission accomplished.The Wildcats ran to a 76-40 romp over No. 17 Old Mill to break the three-way tie in the Anne Arundel County 4A League last night."
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | May 4, 1995
Make no mistake about it: Errors cost host Severna Park yesterday.Twelfth-ranked Old Mill took advantage of six errors from No. 15 Severna Park to score five unearned runs, and the visiting Patriots held on for a 6-5 victory in an Anne Arundel County 4A League game.Old Mill (10-6), which gave coach Mel Montgomery his 250th win, used three Severna Park miscues to score twice in the second. Another key error in the fifth opened the way for three more Old Mill runs."We stunk defensively," said Severna Park coach Jim Pitt.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | September 10, 1995
What better way to kick off the high school sports year than making the season's first "Sidelines" a Sunday smorgasbrowse.The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association, the group that governs the athletic programs of public high schools, is celebrating its 50th anniversary.The MPSSAA has significantly grown and improved in its half-century, particularly under the leadership of Executive Secretary Ned Sparks. One of the most remarkable accomplishments during Sparks' tenure has been the embracing Baltimore City public schools.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | December 17, 1994
Baltimore Football Club owner Jim Speros held the line on 1995 ticket prices and revamped his front office yesterday.In the new management structure, E. J. Narcise has been promoted from director of operations to vice president of business operations.He will be in charge of team marketing, corporate sponsorships, merchandising, radio and television negotiations and stadium operations.Narcise joins two other vice presidents in the front office. Paul Blaber is vice president of ticket operations and Aric Holsinger vice president of finance.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | December 9, 1994
The Baltimore CFLs will not rehire quarterback coach Joe Barnes for next season, team sources said yesterday.An 11-year veteran in the Canadian Football League and a first-year coach, Barnes will be dismissed once his contract expires Feb. 1.Sources said the decision, rendered by coach Don Matthews this week, stemmed from a communications problem between Barnes and quarterback Tracy Ham.Steve Buratto, offensive coordinator and line coach, will assume Barnes'...
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