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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2013
McDonogh junior midfielder George Campbell, an All-Metro first-team selection, has been named the 2012-13 Gatorade Maryland Boys Soccer Player of the Year.  In his third varsity season, Campbell finished with six goals and nine assists as the playmaking catalyst for the Eagles. Campbell becomes the fifth McDonogh standout to win the award, joining Jon Cole (1998-99), Mike Marchiano (2004-05), Chris Agorsor (2007-08) and Marquez Fernandez (twice in 2008-09 and 2009-10). Agorsor went on to to be named the Gatorade National Player of the Year.  Campbell is still weighing his college options and has narrowed his choices to North Carolina, Maryland, Wake Forest, Louisville and Duke.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2013
McDonogh junior midfielder George Campbell, an All-Metro first-team selection, has been named the 2012-13 Gatorade Maryland Boys Soccer Player of the Year.  In his third varsity season, Campbell finished with six goals and nine assists as the playmaking catalyst for the Eagles. Campbell becomes the fifth McDonogh standout to win the award, joining Jon Cole (1998-99), Mike Marchiano (2004-05), Chris Agorsor (2007-08) and Marquez Fernandez (twice in 2008-09 and 2009-10). Agorsor went on to to be named the Gatorade National Player of the Year.  Campbell is still weighing his college options and has narrowed his choices to North Carolina, Maryland, Wake Forest, Louisville and Duke.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 11, 1998
Third-ranked McDonogh's Vinnie Ciarpella is an effective player. And quiet. The senior defender is "so proficient that you might not even notice he's out there," said coach Steve Nichols. Not a flashy player, Ciarpella draws praise, if not attention. "Vinnie played marking back last year, when we needed him to, and unfortunately, you're not going to score a lot of goals or get a lot of credit doing that," said teammate and close friend Jon Cole, a two-time All-Metro midfielder.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 11, 1998
Jon Cole, McDonogh's two-time All-Metro soccer player, said yesterday that he has orally committed to a soccer scholarship with perennial NCAA power Virginia.A 3.0 student who scored 1,160 on his SAT, Cole, 18, turned down Maryland, Wake Forest, Duke and Georgetown. "I made all five of my official visits, and I just found that socially, academically and with their soccer program, Virginia was the best place for me," said Cole, who played stopper-center midfield.Cole, 6 feet, 175 pounds, had 43 goals and 39 assists for his career.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 1, 1997
McDonogh, finding itself in the unusual position of being behind Spalding in the rankings and in the standings, came out strong and outworked the No. 2 Cavaliers for a 3-1 victory in an MIAA A Conference game in Severn.The No. 6 Eagles (9-1) improved to 5-1 in conference play, while handing the Cavaliers (8-2-1, 5-1-1) their first league loss."We wanted to come out and match their intensity level and work rate today and we did that," said McDonogh coach Steve Nichols.The Eagles took a 1-0 lead in the 16th minute when freshman forward Kaiser Chowdhry scored off a rebound from six yards out.Less than two minutes later, senior midfielder Bobby Cherneski converted a penalty kick to make it 2-0.Jon Cole gave the Eagles a 3-0 lead 12 minutes into the second half with his ninth goal of the season, to go along with eight assists.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 11, 1998
Jon Cole, McDonogh's two-time All-Metro soccer player, said yesterday that he has orally committed to a soccer scholarship with perennial NCAA power Virginia.A 3.0 student who scored 1,160 on his SAT, Cole, 18, turned down Maryland, Wake Forest, Duke and Georgetown. "I made all five of my official visits, and I just found that socially, academically and with their soccer program, Virginia was the best place for me," said Cole, who played stopper-center midfield.Cole, 6 feet, 175 pounds, had 43 goals and 39 assists for his career.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 5, 1998
Steve Althoff, Steve Novak and George Bakoulas scored as No. 1-ranked Archbishop Curley (17-0-1) defeated No. 11 Loyola, 3-0, yesterday to advance to Saturday's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tournament-title game.That 6: 30 p.m. game at Johns Hopkins University will be against No. 2 McDonogh, which defeated No. 9 Calvert Hall, 3-1, in yesterday's other tournament semifinal.The title game will be a rematch of the final regular-season contest between the two schools Saturday, which Curley won at home, 3-1.In yesterday's McDonogh-Calvert Hall game, Kaiser Chowdhry (21 goals)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 12, 1997
McDonogh's junior midfielder Jon Cole has been the Eagles' Jonny on the spot this season.Put him on defense, he's an effective stopper there. Put him in the midfield, he'll make the offense flow. Let him go up front, and he'll put the ball in the net -- or help someone else to do it.And if you ask Calvert Hall coach Bill Karpovich, it's because Cole's "not a complicated player" that he is able to execute so effectively."The big thing about Jon that I really like is how simply he plays the game.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | November 8, 1998
Jon Cole was slowed by a bad cold. But McDonogh's best player shook it off and helped the No. 2-ranked Eagles win their first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference soccer championship last night before a large crowd at Johns Hopkins University.Cole's 26-yard direct kick with 3 minutes, 35 seconds to play was the winning goal in the 2-1 victory over No. 1-ranked and previously unbeaten Archbishop Curley."I had trouble getting up and down the field and just did what I could," said Cole, who also made a couple of key defensive plays from a sweeper position late in the game.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 25, 1998
At their best, the No. 5-ranked McDonogh Eagles can play with any team in the area. Sometimes, however, even the best need a little push.Such was the case in yesterday's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game against No. 9 Severn. Clinging to a two-goal lead at halftime and looking a bit sluggish, the Eagles got some words of encouragement from coach Jake Reed.The response was dramatic, as host McDonogh scored eight of the first nine goals in the second half, turning a nail-biter into a 14-6 rout.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | November 8, 1998
Jon Cole was slowed by a bad cold. But McDonogh's best player shook it off and helped the No. 2-ranked Eagles win their first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference soccer championship last night before a large crowd at Johns Hopkins University.Cole's 26-yard direct kick with 3 minutes, 35 seconds to play was the winning goal in the 2-1 victory over No. 1-ranked and previously unbeaten Archbishop Curley."I had trouble getting up and down the field and just did what I could," said Cole, who also made a couple of key defensive plays from a sweeper position late in the game.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 5, 1998
Steve Althoff, Steve Novak and George Bakoulas scored as No. 1-ranked Archbishop Curley (17-0-1) defeated No. 11 Loyola, 3-0, yesterday to advance to Saturday's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tournament-title game.That 6: 30 p.m. game at Johns Hopkins University will be against No. 2 McDonogh, which defeated No. 9 Calvert Hall, 3-1, in yesterday's other tournament semifinal.The title game will be a rematch of the final regular-season contest between the two schools Saturday, which Curley won at home, 3-1.In yesterday's McDonogh-Calvert Hall game, Kaiser Chowdhry (21 goals)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 11, 1998
Third-ranked McDonogh's Vinnie Ciarpella is an effective player. And quiet. The senior defender is "so proficient that you might not even notice he's out there," said coach Steve Nichols. Not a flashy player, Ciarpella draws praise, if not attention. "Vinnie played marking back last year, when we needed him to, and unfortunately, you're not going to score a lot of goals or get a lot of credit doing that," said teammate and close friend Jon Cole, a two-time All-Metro midfielder.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 25, 1998
At their best, the No. 5-ranked McDonogh Eagles can play with any team in the area. Sometimes, however, even the best need a little push.Such was the case in yesterday's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game against No. 9 Severn. Clinging to a two-goal lead at halftime and looking a bit sluggish, the Eagles got some words of encouragement from coach Jake Reed.The response was dramatic, as host McDonogh scored eight of the first nine goals in the second half, turning a nail-biter into a 14-6 rout.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 12, 1997
McDonogh's junior midfielder Jon Cole has been the Eagles' Jonny on the spot this season.Put him on defense, he's an effective stopper there. Put him in the midfield, he'll make the offense flow. Let him go up front, and he'll put the ball in the net -- or help someone else to do it.And if you ask Calvert Hall coach Bill Karpovich, it's because Cole's "not a complicated player" that he is able to execute so effectively."The big thing about Jon that I really like is how simply he plays the game.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 1, 1997
McDonogh, finding itself in the unusual position of being behind Spalding in the rankings and in the standings, came out strong and outworked the No. 2 Cavaliers for a 3-1 victory in an MIAA A Conference game in Severn.The No. 6 Eagles (9-1) improved to 5-1 in conference play, while handing the Cavaliers (8-2-1, 5-1-1) their first league loss."We wanted to come out and match their intensity level and work rate today and we did that," said McDonogh coach Steve Nichols.The Eagles took a 1-0 lead in the 16th minute when freshman forward Kaiser Chowdhry scored off a rebound from six yards out.Less than two minutes later, senior midfielder Bobby Cherneski converted a penalty kick to make it 2-0.Jon Cole gave the Eagles a 3-0 lead 12 minutes into the second half with his ninth goal of the season, to go along with eight assists.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 16, 1998
Brandon Quaranta, Marco Angelini and Matt Moneymaker scored as Archbishop Curley (12-0 overall, 9-0 league), ranked No. 2 in the area and No. 3 nationally, racked up its 12th shutout of the season at Mount St. Joseph (6-7-2, 2-7-2), 3-0, yesterday. Curley has outscored its opponents, 50-0.No. 3 McDonogh 3, Gilman 1: Two-time All-Metro Jon Cole assisted on all three goals by Kaiser Chowdhry, Rob Callinan and Devin Barclay as the Eagles (16-2-1, 8-1) overcame a 1-0 deficit to win their 13th straight game at Gilman (5-7, 3-5)
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By From Staff Reports | October 30, 1994
Sandra Norris stopped five of nine shots in the shootout as host Chesapeake-AA defeated No. 10 Arundel (10-2-1), 2-1, in a Class 3A-4A East Region girls first-round playoff game yesterday.The Cougars (8-4-1) won the shootout, 7-4.Melissa Wagner tied the game for Chesapeake-AA, scoring an )) unassisted goal 28:08 into the second half.* Meade 3, Western 1: Delyza Diaz scored one goal and added one assist to lead host Meade (2-10-1) past Western (10-2) in a 3A-4A East first-round game.* Mount Hebron 4, Westminster 3: Julie Kickham scored all four goals to lift visiting Mount Hebron (4-9)
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