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By From Staff Reports | April 11, 1995
Seventh-ranked North Carroll was headed for another easy Carroll County girls softball victory yesterday when the rains came in the last of the second inning at Liberty.The Panthers, who scored seven runs in the first inning, were leading the Lions, 10-2, when rain halted play. The umpires waited approximately 10 minutes before calling the game off. The game will be replayed in its entirety at a date to be determined by both schools.Kandi Lippy had struck out three Liberty batters in 1 2/3 innings.
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2013
Everyone knows what Paul Blair could do with a glove in center field and what he meant to some of the greatest teams in Orioles history. He was a terrific outfielder - those who saw him every day say he was the best at that position in club history - and a great competitor. He was the real deal. No doubt about it. Blair was so real, in fact, that he could be blunt as a telephone pole on just about any subject, which probably cost him a few opportunities over the course of his post-baseball career.
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By From Staff Reports | April 11, 1995
John McKay (3-0) gave up one run, one hit, struck out 11 and walked four in five innings as top-ranked Calvert Hall (10-0) downed visiting Spalding, 9-1, yesterday in a rain-shortened game.Scott Jachimski, Kevin Olkowski and Bill Staub each had a double.* McDonogh 12, Loyola 1: Rich Levine (3-1) pitched a five-inning one-hitter, giving up one run, striking out three and walking five as No. 3 McDonogh (9-1) won the rain-shortened game over Loyola.Dennis Badham and Scott Breault each contributed a double.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | December 16, 2003
In the wake of a 3-11 plunge to the bottom of the NFL, the Atlanta Falcons' defining moments this season are all destined to be off the field. One day after the team was flogged, 38-7, in Indianapolis, it scored a coup in the NFC South by hiring Tampa Bay's Rich McKay as president and general manager. This followed by five days the firing of coach Dan Reeves. With two games left in the regular season and no playoff berth in waiting, Falcons owner and CEO Arthur M. Blank is furiously working on the 2004 season.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | May 13, 1994
Mental mistakes proved costly to Mount St. Joseph in its first meeting with Calvert Hall in the regular season. The second meeting featured strong hitting and pitching by the Cardinals.The third meeting yesterday provided both and, of course, the same conclusion.The top-ranked Cardinals took their first step in defending their Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (formerly MSA) A Conference championship, defeating the visiting and No. 7 Gaels, 9-1, in an opening-round game.Today at 3:45, Calvert Hall (24-2)
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July 28, 1991
Miami Dolphins rookie linebacker Bryan Cox, who left his first NFL game on a stretcher with a spinal injury, was released from the hospital yesterday after tests found no paralysis.Cox was one of the few Dolphins to star in their preseason opener Friday night, a 6-0 loss to the Chicago Bears. The fifth-round draft choice from Western Illinois made six solo tackles, but was hurt on the game's final play.Cox lay motionless until he was carefully placed on a hard stretcher and taken to an ambulance.
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2013
Everyone knows what Paul Blair could do with a glove in center field and what he meant to some of the greatest teams in Orioles history. He was a terrific outfielder - those who saw him every day say he was the best at that position in club history - and a great competitor. He was the real deal. No doubt about it. Blair was so real, in fact, that he could be blunt as a telephone pole on just about any subject, which probably cost him a few opportunities over the course of his post-baseball career.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | January 28, 1995
Eighth-ranked Calvert Hall ventured into the land of the giants yesterday afternoon at the Charm City Classic.On this day, however, despite a diligent effort, the Cardinals found no magic beanstalk.Facing defending national champion Oak Hill Academy of Virginia -- the top-ranked team in the country according to USA Today -- the Cardinals found a more experienced and taller squad.And after staying with the Warriors for the first 11 minutes -- frustrating the fast-breaking team with multiple traps and a slower tempo -- Calvert Hall was put away en route to a 74-43 loss in the opening game of the Northwest bracket at Loyola College's Reitz Arena.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | December 16, 2003
In the wake of a 3-11 plunge to the bottom of the NFL, the Atlanta Falcons' defining moments this season are all destined to be off the field. One day after the team was flogged, 38-7, in Indianapolis, it scored a coup in the NFC South by hiring Tampa Bay's Rich McKay as president and general manager. This followed by five days the firing of coach Dan Reeves. With two games left in the regular season and no playoff berth in waiting, Falcons owner and CEO Arthur M. Blank is furiously working on the 2004 season.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | April 6, 1994
Andy Bair and Steve Matcuk, both pro and Division I college pitching prospects, were overpowering yesterday at Calvert Hall, but in the end, the mental part of the game was the difference.In a classic match-up between top-ranked Calvert Hall (6-0) and No. 2 Mount St. Joseph (4-3), the host Cardinals escaped with a 4-3 victory on a botched up first-and-third play.Jason Dean scored from third unchallenged for the winning run in the bottom of the sixth while Scott Jachimski was tagged out in a rundown between first and second.
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By From Staff Reports | April 11, 1995
Seventh-ranked North Carroll was headed for another easy Carroll County girls softball victory yesterday when the rains came in the last of the second inning at Liberty.The Panthers, who scored seven runs in the first inning, were leading the Lions, 10-2, when rain halted play. The umpires waited approximately 10 minutes before calling the game off. The game will be replayed in its entirety at a date to be determined by both schools.Kandi Lippy had struck out three Liberty batters in 1 2/3 innings.
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By From Staff Reports | April 11, 1995
John McKay (3-0) gave up one run, one hit, struck out 11 and walked four in five innings as top-ranked Calvert Hall (10-0) downed visiting Spalding, 9-1, yesterday in a rain-shortened game.Scott Jachimski, Kevin Olkowski and Bill Staub each had a double.* McDonogh 12, Loyola 1: Rich Levine (3-1) pitched a five-inning one-hitter, giving up one run, striking out three and walking five as No. 3 McDonogh (9-1) won the rain-shortened game over Loyola.Dennis Badham and Scott Breault each contributed a double.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | January 28, 1995
Eighth-ranked Calvert Hall ventured into the land of the giants yesterday afternoon at the Charm City Classic.On this day, however, despite a diligent effort, the Cardinals found no magic beanstalk.Facing defending national champion Oak Hill Academy of Virginia -- the top-ranked team in the country according to USA Today -- the Cardinals found a more experienced and taller squad.And after staying with the Warriors for the first 11 minutes -- frustrating the fast-breaking team with multiple traps and a slower tempo -- Calvert Hall was put away en route to a 74-43 loss in the opening game of the Northwest bracket at Loyola College's Reitz Arena.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | May 13, 1994
Mental mistakes proved costly to Mount St. Joseph in its first meeting with Calvert Hall in the regular season. The second meeting featured strong hitting and pitching by the Cardinals.The third meeting yesterday provided both and, of course, the same conclusion.The top-ranked Cardinals took their first step in defending their Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (formerly MSA) A Conference championship, defeating the visiting and No. 7 Gaels, 9-1, in an opening-round game.Today at 3:45, Calvert Hall (24-2)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | April 6, 1994
Andy Bair and Steve Matcuk, both pro and Division I college pitching prospects, were overpowering yesterday at Calvert Hall, but in the end, the mental part of the game was the difference.In a classic match-up between top-ranked Calvert Hall (6-0) and No. 2 Mount St. Joseph (4-3), the host Cardinals escaped with a 4-3 victory on a botched up first-and-third play.Jason Dean scored from third unchallenged for the winning run in the bottom of the sixth while Scott Jachimski was tagged out in a rundown between first and second.
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July 28, 1991
Miami Dolphins rookie linebacker Bryan Cox, who left his first NFL game on a stretcher with a spinal injury, was released from the hospital yesterday after tests found no paralysis.Cox was one of the few Dolphins to star in their preseason opener Friday night, a 6-0 loss to the Chicago Bears. The fifth-round draft choice from Western Illinois made six solo tackles, but was hurt on the game's final play.Cox lay motionless until he was carefully placed on a hard stretcher and taken to an ambulance.
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January 5, 1999
Bobby Bowden of Florida State was denied his second national championship last night. Coaches whose teams have been named national champion by The Associated Press more than once by number of titles and years won:Five: Bear Bryant, Alabama (1961, 1964, 1965, 1978, 1979).Four: Frank Leahy, Notre Dame (1943, 1946, 1947, 1949).Three: Bernie Bierman, Minnesota (1936, 1940, 1941); John McKay, Southern Cal (1962, 1967, 1972); Barry Switzer, Oklahoma (1974, 1975, 1985); Bud Wilkinson, Oklahoma (1950, 1955, 1956)
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