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By Special to The Sun | April 28, 1991
DURHAM, N.C. -- Tournament MVP Dennis Goldstein set two records as top-ranked North Carolina routed No. 4 Maryland, 18-8, in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game at Duke last night.The Tar Heels (13-0), who outshot Maryland (8-3), 57-29, have won four straight ACC championships.Goldstein scored a career-high six goals and dished out two assists to set two tournament records: most points in tournament (10) and most goals in a game (six).North Carolina raced to an 8-1 halftime lead and extended it to 10-1 early in the third quarter.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | July 19, 2006
STATELINE, Nev. -- I couldn't wait for Ravens training camp, so I went in search of Kyle Boller over the weekend. Found him on the scenic shores of Lake Tahoe, where he was participating in the American Century Championship golf tournament along with Ben Roethlisberger and Charles Barkley and the handful of truly serious celebrity golfers who actually vie for the $100,000 first prize each year. Boller isn't bad, but he's no soap opera star. Jack Wagner of The Bold and the Beautiful became the first non-professional athlete to win the event when he edged former NFL quarterback Billy Joe Tolliver by 1 point in the tournament, which is played under a modified Stableford scoring system that gives points for pars, birdies and eagles and deducts points for anything worse than a bogey.
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November 17, 2004
Edward P. Webster, a retired financial systems manager for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., died of congestive heart failure and diabetes Sunday at Northwest Hospital Center. The Columbia resident was 57. Mr. Webster was born in St. Mary's, Pa., and raised in Silver Spring. He was a 1965 graduate of Northwood High School in Wheaton, and earned a bachelor's degree in business in 1969 from the University of Maryland, College Park. In the early 1970s, he earned a master's degree in business administration from American University in Washington.
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November 17, 2004
Edward P. Webster, a retired financial systems manager for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., died of congestive heart failure and diabetes Sunday at Northwest Hospital Center. The Columbia resident was 57. Mr. Webster was born in St. Mary's, Pa., and raised in Silver Spring. He was a 1965 graduate of Northwood High School in Wheaton, and earned a bachelor's degree in business in 1969 from the University of Maryland, College Park. In the early 1970s, he earned a master's degree in business administration from American University in Washington.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | April 26, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- In a season of upsets, the University of Maryland almost pulled off perhaps the biggest last night.Almost.But North Carolina midfielder Donnie McNichol, racing from behind to the left of the goal, scored with 14 seconds left in the game, as the second-ranked and top-seeded Tar Heels defeated the No. 5 Terps, 11-10, last night in the championship game of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament at Byrd Stadium.The winning goal came off a set play after North Carolina (11-2)
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June 5, 1993
Princeton junior goalie Scott Bacigalupo (St. Paul's) and North Carolina senior defenseman Alex Martin (Gilman) were selected to the NCAA Division I All-America first team yesterday for the second straight year.Bacigalupo and Martin were joined by Mark Millon (Massachusetts), Dom Fin (Syracuse) and David Morrow (Princeton) as repeaters from last year's first team.NCAA finalists Syracuse and North Carolina lead this year's list of All-Americans with eight each. Johns Hopkins placed six players, and Loyola and Navy placed four each.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | April 23, 1993
Some will argue that if John Webster had been healthy in 1992, North Carolina would be after its third straight NCAA title.Webster was an unheralded sophomore when the Tar Heels went unbeaten in 1991, and they said they were capable of a repeat performance last season. He was hindered by a stress fracture in his fifth vertebra, however, and wasn't a factor in the NCAA tournament. Brown limited him to an assist in the quarterfinals, and he didn't have a point in a semifinal loss to eventual champion Princeton.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1995
Hammond tied a school record for consecutive victories in a season yesterday at seven.The Bears' defense rose to the occasion once again in Centennial's 27-9 defeat.The win at home kept No. 11 Hammond (7-0 overall, 4-0 league) as the only unbeaten county team and on course to win its first county championship.The Bears' defense had allowed 25 points entering the game, and the pressure created by its blitz forced Centennial quarterback John Webster (7-for-23, 47 yards) into one of his poorest passing performances.
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By JOHN HARRIS III and JOHN HARRIS III,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 1, 1995
After 3 1/2 quarters of grueling defensive work, Oakland Mills senior linebacker Brian Howard was rewarded with a chance to carry the football.The 6-foot-1, 225-pounder made the most of his opportunity, bursting through a hole on the left side of the Scorpions offensive line en route to a 20-yard touchdown. His score with 4:28 left gave No. 7 Oakland Mills a 15-7 win over Howard County League foe Centennial yesterday at Scorpion Field."That hole was so big, anyone could have run through it," Howard said.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | July 19, 2006
STATELINE, Nev. -- I couldn't wait for Ravens training camp, so I went in search of Kyle Boller over the weekend. Found him on the scenic shores of Lake Tahoe, where he was participating in the American Century Championship golf tournament along with Ben Roethlisberger and Charles Barkley and the handful of truly serious celebrity golfers who actually vie for the $100,000 first prize each year. Boller isn't bad, but he's no soap opera star. Jack Wagner of The Bold and the Beautiful became the first non-professional athlete to win the event when he edged former NFL quarterback Billy Joe Tolliver by 1 point in the tournament, which is played under a modified Stableford scoring system that gives points for pars, birdies and eagles and deducts points for anything worse than a bogey.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | May 3, 1999
John L. Webster Sr., who delivered fresh milk and bread door to door in many Baltimore neighborhoods, died Thursday of heart failure at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Baltimore. He was 72 and lived in Chase.Mr. Webster was a map collector and loved mapping trips for friends and family members.After serving in Europe during World War II, he returned to Baltimore and began working as a deliveryman, delivering dry cleaning door to door.Beginning in the 1950s, he was a deliveryman for dairies and bakeries, including Berg's, a defunct Perry Hall dairy.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1995
Hammond tied a school record for consecutive victories in a season yesterday at seven.The Bears' defense rose to the occasion once again in Centennial's 27-9 defeat.The win at home kept No. 11 Hammond (7-0 overall, 4-0 league) as the only unbeaten county team and on course to win its first county championship.The Bears' defense had allowed 25 points entering the game, and the pressure created by its blitz forced Centennial quarterback John Webster (7-for-23, 47 yards) into one of his poorest passing performances.
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By JOHN HARRIS III and JOHN HARRIS III,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 1, 1995
After 3 1/2 quarters of grueling defensive work, Oakland Mills senior linebacker Brian Howard was rewarded with a chance to carry the football.The 6-foot-1, 225-pounder made the most of his opportunity, bursting through a hole on the left side of the Scorpions offensive line en route to a 20-yard touchdown. His score with 4:28 left gave No. 7 Oakland Mills a 15-7 win over Howard County League foe Centennial yesterday at Scorpion Field."That hole was so big, anyone could have run through it," Howard said.
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June 5, 1993
Princeton junior goalie Scott Bacigalupo (St. Paul's) and North Carolina senior defenseman Alex Martin (Gilman) were selected to the NCAA Division I All-America first team yesterday for the second straight year.Bacigalupo and Martin were joined by Mark Millon (Massachusetts), Dom Fin (Syracuse) and David Morrow (Princeton) as repeaters from last year's first team.NCAA finalists Syracuse and North Carolina lead this year's list of All-Americans with eight each. Johns Hopkins placed six players, and Loyola and Navy placed four each.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | April 23, 1993
Some will argue that if John Webster had been healthy in 1992, North Carolina would be after its third straight NCAA title.Webster was an unheralded sophomore when the Tar Heels went unbeaten in 1991, and they said they were capable of a repeat performance last season. He was hindered by a stress fracture in his fifth vertebra, however, and wasn't a factor in the NCAA tournament. Brown limited him to an assist in the quarterfinals, and he didn't have a point in a semifinal loss to eventual champion Princeton.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | March 14, 1993
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Rain or shine, artificial turf or grass, on roller skates in a buffalo herd, the conditions don't matter to the North Carolina lacrosse team.The Tar Heels, No. 1 in The Baltimore Sun rankings, showed off their seasoning, depth and versatility by pounding co-No. 3 Loyola, 17-8, at the Navy AstroTurf Field here. The game was moved from Fetzer Field because of heavy rain that turned to snow as the players shook hands at the end of the only college lacrosse game played east of the Rockies yesterday.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | March 14, 1993
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Rain or shine, artificial turf or grass, on roller skates in a buffalo herd, the conditions don't matter to the North Carolina lacrosse team.The Tar Heels, No. 1 in The Baltimore Sun rankings, showed off their seasoning, depth and versatility by pounding co-No. 3 Loyola, 17-8, at the Navy AstroTurf Field here. The game was moved from Fetzer Field because of heavy rain that turned to snow as the players shook hands at the end of the only college lacrosse game played east of the Rockies yesterday.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | May 3, 1999
John L. Webster Sr., who delivered fresh milk and bread door to door in many Baltimore neighborhoods, died Thursday of heart failure at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Baltimore. He was 72 and lived in Chase.Mr. Webster was a map collector and loved mapping trips for friends and family members.After serving in Europe during World War II, he returned to Baltimore and began working as a deliveryman, delivering dry cleaning door to door.Beginning in the 1950s, he was a deliveryman for dairies and bakeries, including Berg's, a defunct Perry Hall dairy.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | April 26, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- In a season of upsets, the University of Maryland almost pulled off perhaps the biggest last night.Almost.But North Carolina midfielder Donnie McNichol, racing from behind to the left of the goal, scored with 14 seconds left in the game, as the second-ranked and top-seeded Tar Heels defeated the No. 5 Terps, 11-10, last night in the championship game of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament at Byrd Stadium.The winning goal came off a set play after North Carolina (11-2)
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By Special to The Sun | April 28, 1991
DURHAM, N.C. -- Tournament MVP Dennis Goldstein set two records as top-ranked North Carolina routed No. 4 Maryland, 18-8, in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game at Duke last night.The Tar Heels (13-0), who outshot Maryland (8-3), 57-29, have won four straight ACC championships.Goldstein scored a career-high six goals and dished out two assists to set two tournament records: most points in tournament (10) and most goals in a game (six).North Carolina raced to an 8-1 halftime lead and extended it to 10-1 early in the third quarter.
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