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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 5, 1996
After 46 turnovers, 51 personals resulting in four players fouling out (and another four finishing the game with four fouls), and 11 three-pointers, No. 15 Arundel left No. 6 Annapolis with a wild 91-86 victory last night.The 91 points were the most ever given up by a John Brady-coached team other than the 1990 state championship game won by the Panthers, 106-102, over High Point.Senior swing man Jamell Miller led five Wildcats (6-2) in double digits with a game-high 27 points, but it was his defense in the final period that broke the backs of the Panthers (7-2)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 16, 1997
Mark Amatucci has been in the situation many, many times before as both a college and high school coach. There was no way the Calvert Hall coach would allow his No. 2-ranked Cardinals to let down last night when they were most vulnerable.That game following a big win (and the Cardinals had a very big one Sunday, defeating then-No. 1 St. Frances, 61-59) scares coaches, especially when the opposition is a very good team.So Amatucci yelled instructions non-stop from the opening tip-off, and his Cardinals responded with an 85-58 romp at Arundel (9-3)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 16, 1997
Mark Amatucci has been in the situation many, many times before as both a college and high school coach. There was no way the Calvert Hall coach would allow his No. 2-ranked Cardinals to let down last night when they were most vulnerable.That game following a big win (and the Cardinals had a very big one Sunday, defeating then-No. 1 St. Frances, 61-59) scares coaches, especially when the opposition is a very good team.So Amatucci yelled instructions non-stop from the opening tip-off, and his Cardinals responded with an 85-58 romp at Arundel (9-3)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 5, 1996
After 46 turnovers, 51 personals resulting in four players fouling out (and another four finishing the game with four fouls), and 11 three-pointers, No. 15 Arundel left No. 6 Annapolis with a wild 91-86 victory last night.The 91 points were the most ever given up by a John Brady-coached team other than the 1990 state championship game won by the Panthers, 106-102, over High Point.Senior swing man Jamell Miller led five Wildcats (6-2) in double digits with a game-high 27 points, but it was his defense in the final period that broke the backs of the Panthers (7-2)
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June 1, 2003
On Thursday May 29, 2003, POLLY PARKER (nee Schiltz); wife of the late Joe B. Parker; beloved mother of William J. and Richard B.; mother-in-law of Susan and Nancy; loving grandmother of Kathleen, Josef, Brock, Andrew and Kelly. Services will be private at Arlington Cemetery.
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June 22, 2005
Moves Baseball ATHLETICS: Activated P Rich Harden from 15-day DL. Optioned P Jairo Garcia to Triple-A Sacramento. CUBS: Recalled P Jerome Williams from Triple-A Iowa. Sent P Cliff Bartosh outright to Iowa. INDIANS: Agreed to terms with OF Trevor Crow, 14th overall pick in amateur draft. METS: Called up OF Gerald Williams from Triple-A Norfolk. REDS: Fired Dave Miley, manager, and Don Gullett, pitching coach. Named former Orioles coach Jerry Narron interim manager and Vern Ruhle interim pitching coach for rest of 2005 season.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 13, 1996
Erik Lipton completed 17 of 26 passes for 362 yards and five touchdowns to power host Arundel (4-2) past Glen Burnie (2-4), 41-8, yesterday.Joe Parker made six receptions for 130 yards and two touchdowns and a two-point conversion. Rodney Farmer had six receptions for 147 yards and three touchdowns, while Tony Ross caught six passes for 86 yards.Severn 37, Spalding 14: Von Craig rushed for three touchdowns and a two-point conversion to lead host Severn (3-2-1) past Spalding (3-4). Craig totaled more than 150 yards on scoring drives.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown | March 24, 2002
The doors officially opened at 1 p.m. By then, Michaels Eighth Avenue was more than half full. And the line to the pit-beef and oyster-shucking tent outside was well established. Never mind that this was St. Patrick's Day. Local Irish pubs didn't stand a chance against the annual benefit bull and oyster roast put on by Ravens Roost No. 27, the Duane Starks Charitable Foundation and the Cal Ripken Jr. / Lou Gehrig Fund. "People from Pennsylvania started getting here at 12," said Roost president / event co-chair Marc A. Lombardi.
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By Pat O'Malley | November 22, 1996
Offensive Player of the Year: Corey Wright, North CountyDefensive Player of the Year: Monte Graves, St. Mary's8, Coach of the Year: Brad Best, St. Mary'sFIRST TEAM OFFENSEName, School, Year, PositionChad Clark, Severna Park, Senior, TackleKiki Ellis, North County, Senior, All-purposeMike Evans, North County, Senior, QuarterbackIsaac Haertel, Arundel, Senior, CenterJeff Hatch, Severn, Senior, TackleDane Johnson, Old Mill, Senior, GuardErik Lipton, Arundel, Senior,...
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By DAN RODRICKS | May 23, 1997
Eighteen years ago, when a Maryland judge sent William Joseph Parker to prison for life, I thought it was an extremely good idea. Parker was, physically and by deed, one of the scariest men I'd ever seen in a defendant's chair. No one I know wanted to see his face or to recall his ugly crime again.But by complete coincidence, Parker's is the last of three cases scheduled on the day I've chosen to check out the state's relatively new system of open parole hearings.Emerging from a holding cell, Parker appears before us -- wide forehead, receding hairline, the nose as flat as a boxer's and the lips fixed in a subtle sneer -- in the sunlit room set aside for hearings at the Maryland Correctional Institution at Hagerstown.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 27, 1996
Matt Thomas made a 15-footer with 10 seconds remaining to rally host Southern-AA to a 43-42 upset of No. 13 Glen Burnie yesterday.Southern (9-5), which was led by Scott Crandell's 17 points, had trailed by as many as 13 points before outscoring the Gophers (11-3), 13-1, in the fourth quarter.Glen Burnie was 0-for-15 from the field in the last quarter, including 0-for-6 from three-point range.* Southern-B 73, Walbrook 51: Johnny Hemsley scored 18 points and Marlin Wise added 16 for host and No. 1 Southern-Balto.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | February 6, 1996
Arundel lightning struck Annapolis suddenly in the second half last night and the damage was all around for everybody to see in Gambrills.Moments after the 74-64 loss to the Wildcats, the No. 6 Panthers bolted to the locker room, picked up their clothes and headed back to Annapolis stinging.No wonder.It was the second time this season that No. 18 Arundel has upset Annapolis, the Panthers had been sailing along with a 46-30 lead early in the third quarter, Annapolis standout Germaine "Boo" Diggs missed nearly nine minutes of the second half due to foul trouble, and two losses this season have now been administered by the long-time rival Wildcats.
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