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By From Sun staff reports | October 23, 2009
Meghenn Jackson beat two defenders to score the game-winner with six minutes left to play as the visiting Broadneck girls soccer team upset No. 5 Arundel, 1-0, on Thursday. The Wildcats (11-3) have dropped three straight, including Tuesday's 1-0 loss to No. 3 Severna Park and a 2-1 double-overtime loss to South River on Oct. 14. Bruins coach John Camm described the game as even most of the way with Arundel (11-2) having a slight advantage in the early stages and Broadneck (10-4) asserting itself late in the contest.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | September 2, 2014
This week, Varsity Letters will take an in-depth look at the boys and girls soccer outlooks in various counties and leagues in the Baltimore area. On Tuesday, Anne Arundel County will be featured. Please be sure to check out the complete boys and girls soccer preview section which will appear online Tuesday night and run in Wednesday's print edition of The Baltimore Sun. Here's a closer look at the Anne Arundel girls: Just how tough is the competition at the top in Anne Arundel County?
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | September 12, 1991
After 12 years at Hereford, the state cross country championships are moving to Western Maryland College Nov. 9. There is nothing wrong with the course at Hereford, but building renovations made locker and restroom logistics difficult. Some area teams will get the opportunity to run on the new state course Sept. 25, at the Westminster Invitational.* The Anne Arundel County spring softball season really begins Sept. 28. That's when the county outdoor fast-pitch clinics start (noon-2 p.m.) at the multi-court facility near the Brooklyn Park Library.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2013
The highly-anticipated girls soccer game between No. 2 Broadneck and No. 3 Arundel had two nifty goals, hard work from both sides and emotional high and lows. One thing it didn't have was a winner. The visiting Bruins scored early in the first half, and then the Wildcats answered with a goal early in the second half before surviving Broadneck's push in overtime as 100 minutes of soccer concluded with a 1-1 draw. The result did guarantee that the teams will meet again in the Anne Arundel County championship game set for 5 p.m. Tuesday at Northeast.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | September 2, 2014
This week, Varsity Letters will take an in-depth look at the boys and girls soccer outlooks in various counties and leagues in the Baltimore area. On Tuesday, Anne Arundel County will be featured. Please be sure to check out the complete boys and girls soccer preview section which will appear online Tuesday night and run in Wednesday's print edition of The Baltimore Sun. Here's a closer look at the Anne Arundel girls: Just how tough is the competition at the top in Anne Arundel County?
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2013
The highly-anticipated girls soccer game between No. 2 Broadneck and No. 3 Arundel had two nifty goals, hard work from both sides and emotional high and lows. One thing it didn't have was a winner. The visiting Bruins scored early in the first half, and then the Wildcats answered with a goal early in the second half before surviving Broadneck's push in overtime as 100 minutes of soccer concluded with a 1-1 draw. The result did guarantee that the teams will meet again in the Anne Arundel County championship game set for 5 p.m. Tuesday at Northeast.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | August 22, 2008
The Broadneck girls soccer team will forfeit its first game of the 2008 season after it was determined the team held too many practices in conjunction with its summer league program, according to a news release issued by Anne Arundel public schools. Under a rule adopted by the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association during the 2007-08 school year, high school teams can compete in summer league under the guidance of their regular-season coach provided practices are held in proportion to the number of games played and do not extend beyond the summer league season.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | October 19, 2001
The South River girls soccer team will not be forced to forfeit last month's win against Southern of Harwood. Michael Walsh, spokesman for Anne Arundel County public schools, confirmed yesterday that Marlene Kelly, the county's coordinator of athletics, overturned a decision by the Board of Arbitrators ordering the Seahawks to forfeit the victory because their coaches had left the game at halftime to attend a back-to-school night activity. "That decision was reversed," Walsh said, adding that Kelly had received an appeal from South River yesterday.
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By Edward Lee and By Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | October 17, 2001
The South River girls soccer team has been told to forfeit last month's win against Southern of Harwood because the team's coaches left the game at halftime to attend a back-to-school night. Michael Walsh, a spokesman for the Anne Arundel County Public School system, confirmed yesterday that the Board of Arbitrators ordered the Seahawks to forfeit the 5-0 victory on Sept. 20. "It was decided that the game would be forfeited," Walsh said. "That's all I can say." The infraction occurred during halftime of the game when South River head coach Keith Fontaine and assistant coach John Camm left to attend a back-to-school night at Crofton Middle School where they both teach.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | September 9, 1999
A 10-minute downpour came at the start of the second half last night in Millersville. Then came the goals.But it was persistent lightning over the area shortly thereafter that had the final say as Old Mill and visiting Glen Burnie settled on a 2-2 draw after play was halted with 12 minutes left in regulation.Just prior to the stoppage, the No. 14-ranked Gophers (0-0-1) got the tying goal when senior Sal Montavago sent a rocket from 45 yards out that quickly found the top right corner.Both teams came into the early season with the question of who would do the scoring.
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By From Sun staff reports | October 23, 2009
Meghenn Jackson beat two defenders to score the game-winner with six minutes left to play as the visiting Broadneck girls soccer team upset No. 5 Arundel, 1-0, on Thursday. The Wildcats (11-3) have dropped three straight, including Tuesday's 1-0 loss to No. 3 Severna Park and a 2-1 double-overtime loss to South River on Oct. 14. Bruins coach John Camm described the game as even most of the way with Arundel (11-2) having a slight advantage in the early stages and Broadneck (10-4) asserting itself late in the contest.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | September 12, 1991
After 12 years at Hereford, the state cross country championships are moving to Western Maryland College Nov. 9. There is nothing wrong with the course at Hereford, but building renovations made locker and restroom logistics difficult. Some area teams will get the opportunity to run on the new state course Sept. 25, at the Westminster Invitational.* The Anne Arundel County spring softball season really begins Sept. 28. That's when the county outdoor fast-pitch clinics start (noon-2 p.m.) at the multi-court facility near the Brooklyn Park Library.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 27, 2005
The five-member Camm family of Severna Park had a busy time Sunday. In late morning, they went to one of the three children's soccer games. Back home afterward, they watched some of a televised Spanish professional game between Barcelona and Majorca. Then it was back out for another of the children's games, at 4:30 p.m. Much of the Camms' time revolves around soccer. John Camm is the driving force for soccer in his family. He's played the sport since his childhood and has taught and coached it about 20 years.
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