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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | December 8, 2012
John Sis South River The No. 4 Seahawks (18-2) faced a number of obstacles -- injuries, tough competition in Anne Arundel County and two second-half deficits in the postseason -- but they were able to successfully fend off each to claim county, Class 4A East regional and state titles. South River's strong team play was on full display when the Seahawks came from behind to knock off four-time defending Class 4A state champion Bethesda-Chevy Chase in penalty kicks to claim the program's third title and first since 1997.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2013
The defending Class 4A state champion South River girls soccer team considers the regular season a primer for the more important games to come. While the No. 4 Seahawks win often earlier in the year, they see it as a chance to grow and get better in pursuit of the ultimate goal of another state championship. South River moved one big step closer to that Tuesday at No. 3 Severna Park, getting first-half goals from Olivia Laurenzano and Kristen Castle and fending off the Falcons to come away with a 2-1 win in the East regional title.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2012
The South River girls soccer team has taken a more positive and direct approach to its halftime talks this season. No longer do the No. 7 Seahawks say: "This is what we need to do in the second half …" Instead, they boldly state: "This is what we're going to do ... " Playing at Anne Arundel County rival Broadneck on Wednesday with the game tied at the break, South River banked on going at the No. 6 Bruins hard, not letting up and getting the...
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun and By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2013
When South River and Arundel play in girls soccer, skill, intensity and drama are expected. The past of couple seasons, overtime also has been featured more times than not. In the teams' first meeting this season at South River on Wednesday, all the criteria were once again met. And it was the host Seahawks who had the hero in the end. Senior forward Katherine Wray pounded home a rebound in front less than three minutes into overtime to...
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2013
The defending Class 4A state champion South River girls soccer team considers the regular season a primer for the more important games to come. While the No. 4 Seahawks win often earlier in the year, they see it as a chance to grow and get better in pursuit of the ultimate goal of another state championship. South River moved one big step closer to that Tuesday at No. 3 Severna Park, getting first-half goals from Olivia Laurenzano and Kristen Castle and fending off the Falcons to come away with a 2-1 win in the East regional title.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2012
Arundel's Clarissa Kirsch-Downs wasn't exactly sure how the ball found its way to her in the middle of South River's crowded penalty area in the second overtime of Monday night's girls soccer showdown. But once it was there, she knew exactly what to do next. The junior midfielder one-timed a shot from 14 yards that found the left corner - the goal coming in the game's 93rd minute - giving the No. 5 Wildcats a thrilling 1-0 win over No. 4 South River to preserve the team's perfect season and assure a share of the Anne Arundel County championship.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2011
Arden Smith is a soft-spoken sophomore forward playing in her first year of varsity for the Broadneck girls soccer team. But her right foot boomed loudly Thursday at South River. Smith cleanly struck a shot from 18 yards that quickly found the top-right corner of the Seahawks' net, providing the overtime golden goal that gave the No. 15 Bruins a 2-1 upset win over No. 10 South River in Anne Arundel County play. Sophomore Caitlyn Shea sent a long ball from midfield to junior Emily Lord, who settled and then nudged a short pass across to Smith.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun and By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2013
When South River and Arundel play in girls soccer, skill, intensity and drama are expected. The past of couple seasons, overtime also has been featured more times than not. In the teams' first meeting this season at South River on Wednesday, all the criteria were once again met. And it was the host Seahawks who had the hero in the end. Senior forward Katherine Wray pounded home a rebound in front less than three minutes into overtime to...
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2011
1. McDonogh Coach:  Harry Canellakis Last season: 15-1-2, ranked No. 1 Postseason:  IAAM A Conference champion Outlook: With 10 starters back, including the area's top player, midfielder Ashley Spivey, the Eagles are equipped to defend their Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland AConference title. 2. Mercy Coach: Doug Pryor Last season: 14-3-3, No. 4 Postseason:  MIAA A semifinalist Outlook:  Mercy has been knocking on the door the past couple of seasons, and the Magic appears best qualified to knock off defending league champ McDonogh.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2012
Old Mill senior Alli Cislo has never craved extra attention, but what she does on the soccer field leaves no choice. Opposing coaches spend hours planning to stop the All-Metro first-team forward. During school on the day of a game, her classmates routinely tell her they're expecting nothing less than a goal or two. The attention increases at game time, starting with the two defenders who are often assigned to mark her. And then Cislo gets the ball. The opposing coach cringes.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | December 8, 2012
John Sis South River The No. 4 Seahawks (18-2) faced a number of obstacles -- injuries, tough competition in Anne Arundel County and two second-half deficits in the postseason -- but they were able to successfully fend off each to claim county, Class 4A East regional and state titles. South River's strong team play was on full display when the Seahawks came from behind to knock off four-time defending Class 4A state champion Bethesda-Chevy Chase in penalty kicks to claim the program's third title and first since 1997.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2012
Old Mill senior Alli Cislo has never craved extra attention, but what she does on the soccer field leaves no choice. Opposing coaches spend hours planning to stop the All-Metro first-team forward. During school on the day of a game, her classmates routinely tell her they're expecting nothing less than a goal or two. The attention increases at game time, starting with the two defenders who are often assigned to mark her. And then Cislo gets the ball. The opposing coach cringes.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2012
Arundel's Clarissa Kirsch-Downs wasn't exactly sure how the ball found its way to her in the middle of South River's crowded penalty area in the second overtime of Monday night's girls soccer showdown. But once it was there, she knew exactly what to do next. The junior midfielder one-timed a shot from 14 yards that found the left corner - the goal coming in the game's 93rd minute - giving the No. 5 Wildcats a thrilling 1-0 win over No. 4 South River to preserve the team's perfect season and assure a share of the Anne Arundel County championship.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2012
The South River girls soccer team has taken a more positive and direct approach to its halftime talks this season. No longer do the No. 7 Seahawks say: "This is what we need to do in the second half …" Instead, they boldly state: "This is what we're going to do ... " Playing at Anne Arundel County rival Broadneck on Wednesday with the game tied at the break, South River banked on going at the No. 6 Bruins hard, not letting up and getting the...
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2012
1. McDonogh Coach: Harry Canellakis Last season: 18-3, No. 1 Postseason: IAAM A Conference champion Outlook: Graduating one of the program's finest classes -- led by two-time All-Metro Player of the Year Ashley Spivey -- the two-time defending league champions will need key returnees to thrive in bigger roles. There's clearly enough talent to bring home another crown. 2. Archbishop Spalding Coach: Bob Dieterle Last season: 14-6-1, No. 2 Postseason: IAAM A Conference finalist Outlook: The Cavaliers are determined to get redemption after a second straight loss to McDonogh in the IAAM A Conference title game last season.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2011
Arden Smith is a soft-spoken sophomore forward playing in her first year of varsity for the Broadneck girls soccer team. But her right foot boomed loudly Thursday at South River. Smith cleanly struck a shot from 18 yards that quickly found the top-right corner of the Seahawks' net, providing the overtime golden goal that gave the No. 15 Bruins a 2-1 upset win over No. 10 South River in Anne Arundel County play. Sophomore Caitlyn Shea sent a long ball from midfield to junior Emily Lord, who settled and then nudged a short pass across to Smith.
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November 20, 2008
On November 14, 2008, PATRICIA LEE HOOD (Beaudet) died at the age of 70. Patricia was the beloved wife of the late Clifton L. Hood; devoted mother of Clifton, Jr. and his wife Wendy, Kevin, Sr. and his wife Patricia, Keith and his wife Kathy, Todd and his wife Becky and Gregory and his wife Katie; loving daughter of the late Edith and John Beaudet; dear Sister of James, Rita, John, Catherine (Sis), Harry, Joan, and Thomas (Bud). Also survived by eleven grandchildren; Raquel, Brittany, Cassandra, Kevin II, Kristin, Keith Jr., Madison, Jordan, Logan, Annelise, Noah, and great grandchild Landon, and other relatives and friends.
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