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By Joanne E. Morvay and Joanne E. Morvay,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 31, 2003
The animal scrambles out of the metal chute, a rider clinging to its back, hanging on for all he's worth. The beast explodes across the show ring, running as fast as its legs will allow. The rider has shifted to the animal's side now, but still he hangs on. Finally, the rider's arms give out and he lets go, dropping and rolling in the dirt as the beast thunders away. The 2,000 people in the crowd are one in their approval: Their clapping and cheering echoes through the outdoor arena and the surrounding countryside.
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By Joanne E. Morvay and Joanne E. Morvay,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 31, 2003
The animal scrambles out of the metal chute, a rider clinging to its back, hanging on for all he's worth. The beast explodes across the show ring, running as fast as its legs will allow. The rider has shifted to the animal's side now, but still he hangs on. Finally, the rider's arms give out and he lets go, dropping and rolling in the dirt as the beast thunders away. The 2,000 people in the crowd are one in their approval: Their clapping and cheering echoes through the outdoor arena and the surrounding countryside.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | November 13, 1990
When Broadneck boys soccer coach Kevin McMullen said the Bruins' offense would take care of itself during yesterday's state 4A semifinal, he didn't necessarily have Brad Reinhart in mind.Nonetheless, Reinhart would provide all the scoring, recording a hat trick to lead second-seeded and host Broadneck past third-seeded Thomas Wootton of Montgomery County, 3-0.The Bruins (9-2-4) meet the winner of last night's Bowie-Walt Whitman semifinal, which ended past the Anne Arundel County Sun deadline, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Old Mill.
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By Alan Widmann | December 18, 1990
The arrival of towering German center Boris Beck at Broadneck this season predictably raised eyebrows in Anne Arundel County, where athletic transfers long have been a sore point.Perhaps just as predictable, however, is that Beck -- a Fullbright exchange student and no basketball import -- has not been a major factor for the Bruins.Beck, at 7 feet 2 the tallest county player ever, has found the transition to American basketball difficult."The adjustment for Boris has been in understanding just how intense the game is in the U.S.," said Bruins coach Ken Kazmarek.
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By Alan Widmann | December 18, 1990
The arrival of towering German center Boris Beck at Broadneck this season predictably raised eyebrows in Anne Arundel County, where athletic transfers long have been a sore point.Perhaps just as predictable, however, is that Beck -- a Fullbright exchange student and no basketball import -- has not been a major factor for the Bruins.Beck, at 7 feet 2 the tallest county player ever, has found the transition to American basketball difficult."The adjustment for Boris has been in understanding just how intense the game is in the U.S.," said Bruins coach Ken Kazmarek.
NEWS
April 3, 1991
Three members of the Broadneck baseball team, along with two playersfrom Old Mill, were among the 14 athletes chosen to the all-tournament team at the conclusion of Monday's eighth annual Bruin Holiday Baseball Tournament.Bruins shortstop-pitcher Jeff Vincent, second baseman-pitcher Johnny Williams and third baseman Brad Reinhart were selected, as were Old Mill catcher John Bussey and designated hitter Mike Mahoney.Also chosen to the team were Archbishop Curley center fielder James Libber, right fielder Dominic Debraccio, third baseman Ron Hartman, pitcher-designated hitter Bryan Bowen and catcher Joe Petryszak.
SPORTS
September 10, 1996
BaseballDodgers: Activated P Darren Hall from 15-day DL. Transferred 3B Mike Blowers to 60-day DL.Red Sox: Recalled IF Arquimedez Pozo, C Scott Hatteberg and P Joe Hudson from Triple-A Pawtucket. Recalled OF Trot Nixon from Double-A Trenton.Eastern League (Double-A): Named Bill Troubh president.FootballCardinals: Waived TE Oscar McBride. Activated TE Johnny McWilliams, third-round pick.HockeyCanadiens: Signed G Jocelyn Thibault for three years and LW Martin Rucinsky for two.Oilers: Signed G Joaquin Gage.
SPORTS
July 29, 2002
Moves Baseball ASTROS: Released P T.J. Mathews. Recalled P Jim Mann from Triple-A New Orleans. DEVIL RAYS: Recalled former Orioles C Mike Figga to Double-A Orlando from Single-A Bakersfield. GIANTS: Acquired OF Kenny Lofton from White Sox for P Felix Diaz and P Ryan Meaux. Sent OF Tony Torcato outright to Triple-A Fresno. INDIANS: Traded P Paul Shuey to Dodgers for P Terry Mulholland, P Ricardo Rodriguez and P Francisco Cruceta. Purchased contract of P Jason Beverlin from Triple-A Buffalo.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | February 23, 1994
You don't keep great players such as Chatney Howard down for long. It's usually a matter of time, and time was on Southern's side in the final period last night.After scoring just five points in the first half (all in the second period), Howard came back with 15 in the second half, including nine in the final period, as Southern avenged an earlier loss to Broadneck with a 59-53 victory in Harwood.No. 10 Southern (14-4) had to overcome 31 points and five steals by junior Jason Smith of No. 11 Broadneck (14-5)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | January 8, 1994
Broadneck shot 56 percent from the field (19-for-34) and made 10 of 11 free-throw attempts and forced high-scoring Annapolis into a half-court game to produce a 51-48 upset in Annapolis last night.The methodical No. 11 Bruins (6-1) couldn't miss while the No. 10 run-and-gun Panthers (7-2) failed from the floor and line and had their six-game winning streak snapped.Coming into the game averaging 94.5 points, the Panthers made only 19 of 53 shots (36 percent) from the field and just nine of 22 free-throw attempts were good.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | November 13, 1990
When Broadneck boys soccer coach Kevin McMullen said the Bruins' offense would take care of itself during yesterday's state 4A semifinal, he didn't necessarily have Brad Reinhart in mind.Nonetheless, Reinhart would provide all the scoring, recording a hat trick to lead second-seeded and host Broadneck past third-seeded Thomas Wootton of Montgomery County, 3-0.The Bruins (9-2-4) meet the winner of last night's Bowie-Walt Whitman semifinal, which ended past the Anne Arundel County Sun deadline, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Old Mill.
SPORTS
July 10, 1991
BaseballSt. Louis Cardinals -- Placed 1B Pedro Guerrero (.284, 7 HRs, 53 RBI) on the 15-day DL.Seattle Mariners -- Signed their No. 1 draft pick, and 11th player overall, P Shawn Estes, and assigned him to rookie league Bellingham.CollegesJames Madison -- Named former Maryland coach Christy Morgan field hockey coach.Western Maryland -- Announced that the following 9 freshmen and 1 transfer will play basketball for the school next season: F Andrew Dziengeleski; G Michael Eves (Bel Air); F Lance Farley (transfer)
NEWS
December 5, 1990
Head coach: Ken Kazmarek (seventh season)Assistants: Kevin McMullen, John Spinneweber and Pat Kostkowski1989-1990 record: 20-4, lost to Annapolis in region finals.Returnees: Seniors Johnny Williams (guard), Chris Ricks (guard), Sean Tettemer (forward), Mike Norton (guard), Marlon Bailey (forward) and Damien Spain (forward).Newcomers: Seniors Ken Lennox (guard), Boris Beck (center) and Mike Finkel (forward); juniors Darnell Howard (guard), Dave Britton (forward), Greg Jackson (forward), Maurice Washington (guard)
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