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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 1, 1998
Josh Davis made an impact on the Westminster cross country team from the moment he began running with the varsity as a freshman two years ago. He finished third in the Carroll County championship and his eighth-place finishes in the region and state meets helped Westminster win both.Davis continued to grow last year, taking fourth in the county, third in the region and sixth in the state as the Owls swept the three races -- including their second straight Class 4A state title. But despite finding all that success, Davis' plate was full away from the sport, and the junior needed to decide how important running would be to him this season.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | September 14, 2005
Although it's only September, The Last Five Years just might be the best 90 minutes you can spend in a theater this season. Receiving its Baltimore premiere at Everyman Theatre, this modest, two-person musical showcases the abilities of an extraordinary songwriter as well as a talented cast and orchestra. Jason Robert Brown has written only three musicals - Parade, which won him the 1999 Tony Award for best score; a revue, Songs for a New World (produced at the Spotlighters Theatre in July)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | October 3, 2003
The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association's girls state field hockey tournament committee voted unanimously yesterday to maintain the state's stance on not allowing boys to play in the region and state tournaments. In addition, the committee voted to hold next month's four state championships on a turf field at a yet undetermined area college. The move was necessary after Goucher College officials informed the MPSSAA that field conditions would not allow play at the perennial site.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | October 3, 2003
The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association's girls state field hockey tournament committee voted unanimously yesterday to maintain the state's stance on not allowing boys to play in the region and state tournaments. In addition, the committee voted to hold next month's four state championships on a turf field at a yet undetermined area college. The move was necessary after Goucher College officials informed the MPSSAA that field conditions would not allow play at the perennial site.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 6, 1999
The Class 4A East Region, which encompasses Anne Arundel County and a few outsiders, bills itself as perhaps the toughest region leading up to the state cross country championships.It certainly lived up to the claim at Baybrook Park yesterday.There was the performance of Westminster's boys, who will be going for their fourth straight 4A state crown at Hereford High next Saturday. The Owls placed three of the first four finishers, led by Josh Davis' 15-minute, 51-second pace, and blew away highly touted C. Milton Wright (56)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 11, 1998
KEMPTOWN -- Dulaney's girls team, missing three of its top seven runners because of nagging injuries, still finished second and was almost able to pull out a victory in the sixth annual Lancer Invitational cross country meet yesterday.Colleen Lawson of North Carroll was the girls individual winner with 19 minutes 32.01 seconds for three miles.Middletown, the defending State Class 2A champion with only one senior, had its first runner finish 10th, but had all five scorers in the top 26 to end with 75 points and the team title.
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November 28, 1998
Boys Runner of YearJason Santucci, Westminster, Sr.: Santucci, also the Runner of the Year last fall, had some questions to answer after a subpar outdoor season, but he left no doubts with a nearly perfect cross country campaign that helped the Owls win their third consecutive state championship. He become more of a team leader this year and helped the Owls off the field as well. Santucci lost just one race all season, to teammate Josh Davis by just a few yards. Santucci then won the Central Maryland Conference, Carroll County, region and state crowns for the second straight year.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | September 14, 2005
Although it's only September, The Last Five Years just might be the best 90 minutes you can spend in a theater this season. Receiving its Baltimore premiere at Everyman Theatre, this modest, two-person musical showcases the abilities of an extraordinary songwriter as well as a talented cast and orchestra. Jason Robert Brown has written only three musicals - Parade, which won him the 1999 Tony Award for best score; a revue, Songs for a New World (produced at the Spotlighters Theatre in July)
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By Pat O'Malley | September 18, 2003
Anne Arundel County athletic directors met yesterday in Annapolis for their monthly meeting, and among the topics discussed was the controversy over two brothers, Jarrod and Josh Davis, playing field hockey for Meade High School. Field hockey is traditionally a girls sport in high school, and the brothers are the only boys playing the sport in the Baltimore area. At yesterday's meeting, Marlene Kelly, the county administrator of athletics, said that suggestions will be taken on possible policy changes regarding a number of sports for the next school year.
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March 16, 1995
MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina -- Dean Panaro won his first international event and the first U.S. diving gold in three tries, capturing the 1-meter event yesterday.Meanwhile, U.S. swimmers won four of five races, giving them 14 golds in 20 events, and the shooting team contributed five golds and 10 medals overall.Josh Davis of San Antonio won the 400-meter freestyle and swam a leg on the victorious 400 freestyle relay that set a Pan Am record. Seth van Neerden of Wilmington, Del., won his second individual gold by capturing the 200 breaststroke.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 6, 1999
The Class 4A East Region, which encompasses Anne Arundel County and a few outsiders, bills itself as perhaps the toughest region leading up to the state cross country championships.It certainly lived up to the claim at Baybrook Park yesterday.There was the performance of Westminster's boys, who will be going for their fourth straight 4A state crown at Hereford High next Saturday. The Owls placed three of the first four finishers, led by Josh Davis' 15-minute, 51-second pace, and blew away highly touted C. Milton Wright (56)
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November 28, 1998
Boys Runner of YearJason Santucci, Westminster, Sr.: Santucci, also the Runner of the Year last fall, had some questions to answer after a subpar outdoor season, but he left no doubts with a nearly perfect cross country campaign that helped the Owls win their third consecutive state championship. He become more of a team leader this year and helped the Owls off the field as well. Santucci lost just one race all season, to teammate Josh Davis by just a few yards. Santucci then won the Central Maryland Conference, Carroll County, region and state crowns for the second straight year.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 1, 1998
Josh Davis made an impact on the Westminster cross country team from the moment he began running with the varsity as a freshman two years ago. He finished third in the Carroll County championship and his eighth-place finishes in the region and state meets helped Westminster win both.Davis continued to grow last year, taking fourth in the county, third in the region and sixth in the state as the Owls swept the three races -- including their second straight Class 4A state title. But despite finding all that success, Davis' plate was full away from the sport, and the junior needed to decide how important running would be to him this season.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 11, 1998
KEMPTOWN -- Dulaney's girls team, missing three of its top seven runners because of nagging injuries, still finished second and was almost able to pull out a victory in the sixth annual Lancer Invitational cross country meet yesterday.Colleen Lawson of North Carroll was the girls individual winner with 19 minutes 32.01 seconds for three miles.Middletown, the defending State Class 2A champion with only one senior, had its first runner finish 10th, but had all five scorers in the top 26 to end with 75 points and the team title.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 8, 1999
Josh Davis scored 21 points and grabbed 17 rebounds to lead Wyoming over Mount St. Mary's, 83-69, last night in Laramie, Wyo.Gregory Harris' 20 points led Mount St. Mary's (0-5).Wyoming (5-2), which led 33-27 at the half, scored the first six points after intermission to go up by 11, but the Mountaineers closed to 53-51 on two Aaron Herbert free throws at the 8: 42 mark.St. Mary's 79, Villa Julie 66: Sheldon Taylor had 27 points and 13 rebounds as host St. Mary's (4-1) defeated Villa Julie (1-5)
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