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By Pat O'Malley | March 11, 1991
Leave it to Josh Hall to get back up off the deck and get in position for a knockout.Hall, the former light heavyweight who is in theMaryland Boxing Hall of Fame, has been trying his hand at promoting and matchmaking with his wife, Victoria Savaliski, for the last couple of years.They have had limited success with boxing-only shows at the Glen Burnie Armory and in Baltimore, and ditto for dinner and boxing showsat LaFontaine Bleu in Glen Burnie in November and January.But a third such show at LaFontaine Bleu is scheduled for Thursday, and Hall is excited.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | March 1, 1999
There is an adage that says "father knows best." But Crofton heavyweight Garth Hedger isn't sure that also applies to his future father-in-law.Hedger, who meets Scott Jones of Baltimore in the co-feature at Martin's West tomorrow night, is co-managed by Arthur Verbin, the father of Lisa Verbin, his longtime fiancee.After watching Hedger (12-4-1) get soundly whipped twice this year, Arthur Verbin strongly urged him to retire from the ring."He told me, `Garth, you're a nice-looking, bright, articulate young man. Find something better to do with your life.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | March 1, 1999
There is an adage that says "father knows best." But Crofton heavyweight Garth Hedger isn't sure that also applies to his future father-in-law.Hedger, who meets Scott Jones of Baltimore in the co-feature at Martin's West tomorrow night, is co-managed by Arthur Verbin, the father of Lisa Verbin, his longtime fiancee.After watching Hedger (12-4-1) get soundly whipped twice this year, Arthur Verbin strongly urged him to retire from the ring."He told me, `Garth, you're a nice-looking, bright, articulate young man. Find something better to do with your life.
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By Alan Goldstein | March 31, 1995
With only his eight-round main event and a four-round preliminary intact, promoter Tank Hill was forced to postpone his fight card at Teamsters Hall, originally scheduled for last night, until next Thursday.Tickets purchased in advance will be honored on the new date.The Maryland State Athletic Commission requires a minimum of five bouts and 26 rounds of boxing on a pro fight card. Because of injuries and no-shows at pre-fight examinations Wednesday night, Hill was left with only his feature bout pitting welterweights Wade Duncan of Baltimore and Curtis Peoples of Washington plus a four-rounder.
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By Alan Goldstein | March 31, 1995
With only his eight-round main event and a four-round preliminary intact, promoter Tank Hill was forced to postpone his fight card at Teamsters Hall, originally scheduled for last night, until next Thursday.Tickets purchased in advance will be honored on the new date.The Maryland State Athletic Commission requires a minimum of five bouts and 26 rounds of boxing on a pro fight card. Because of injuries and no-shows at pre-fight examinations Wednesday night, Hill was left with only his feature bout pitting welterweights Wade Duncan of Baltimore and Curtis Peoples of Washington plus a four-rounder.
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September 1, 1991
Coach: Doug DuVall, 19th year1990 record: 13-0.Returnees: Seniors Phil White (QB), Damon Hamlin (RB/S), Ira Crawley (WR), Steve Alleyne (WR), Pat Brown (FL), James Easterly (T/DT), Tony Farace (G/DT), Blaize Duggan (G/DT), Kevin Norris (T), Brent Guyton (LB), Brian Schmidt (DT), Mike Scott (DT), Brandon Easterling (G), Eric Swayze (FL/LB).Newcomers to watch: Seniors Andre Martin (FL), Shane Allen (DE), George Bradford (S), Cedric Benning (DL); juniors Craig Butler (FL), Nate Casella (LB/DE)
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By PAT O"MALLEY | November 1, 1992
It's smorgasbrowse day, and I've got a load of fun facts and those infamous questions without answers.Don't forget, any input you may have is always welcome on the 24-Hour Sportsline, (410) 647-2499.Let's start with a few big local sports happenings this week.Thursday brings a return to Michael's Eighth Avenue for another Round One Promotions dinner and boxing show, and the regional cross-country meet has moved to Baybrook Park in Brooklyn.* Josh Hall and Victoria Savaliski are at it again, with the classy Victor Davis headlining their six-bout pro boxing card Thursday.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | February 21, 1993
Josh Hall and Victoria Savaliski, the Round One boxing promoters, have scheduled their next dinner/boxing show at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie for March 11.Les "White Lightning" Johnson (26-2) of Rockville and Eric Rhinehardt (12-10) of North Carolina will headline the card.Johnson, a crowd-pleaser with a punishing style, will face Rhinehardt in the middleweight division in a scheduled eight-rounder."Les is tall and rangy, an up-and-coming young boxer," said Hall, whose last show in January took on a big-time atmosphere with the appearance of Lou Duva.
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By Phil Jackman | November 7, 1990
CONSIDERING the O's share of what baseball owes for its collusionary behavior (about $11 million), think Eli "Cut Rate" Jacobs is having any second thoughts about not jacking up ticket prices?* "Denny the Detonator," the name given to the Blast's mascot, ranks right up there with the worst in American sports.* Talk about bad moves, Anatoly Karpov's end moves of Qg2, Rxa1, Nf4 in his latest draw with Garry Kasparov are easily as bad as Joe Tipton for Nellie Fox.* You have to wonder what kind of computer Jeff Sagarin is using in his college football ratings for USA Today when top-ranked Notre Dame, supposedly playing the toughest schedule in the land, ends up No. 17 this week.
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By Pat O'Malley | July 15, 1992
Even the scorching heat can't keep those "Q's and A's" from rolling in.Because you are probably inside with the air on, let me provide you with some good reading. As you read the big "Q's" and accompanying notes, feel free to give me a call on the 24-Hour Sportsline, 647-2499, with any comments, answers or "Q's" of your own.* Did you boxing fans know that the Maryland State Games amateur boxing semifinals are going to be tomorrow night at Michael's Eighth Avenue?Jeff Novotny, who runs the Crofton Gym, is promising an exciting card of 15 bouts.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | February 21, 1993
Josh Hall and Victoria Savaliski, the Round One boxing promoters, have scheduled their next dinner/boxing show at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie for March 11.Les "White Lightning" Johnson (26-2) of Rockville and Eric Rhinehardt (12-10) of North Carolina will headline the card.Johnson, a crowd-pleaser with a punishing style, will face Rhinehardt in the middleweight division in a scheduled eight-rounder."Les is tall and rangy, an up-and-coming young boxer," said Hall, whose last show in January took on a big-time atmosphere with the appearance of Lou Duva.
SPORTS
By PAT O"MALLEY | November 1, 1992
It's smorgasbrowse day, and I've got a load of fun facts and those infamous questions without answers.Don't forget, any input you may have is always welcome on the 24-Hour Sportsline, (410) 647-2499.Let's start with a few big local sports happenings this week.Thursday brings a return to Michael's Eighth Avenue for another Round One Promotions dinner and boxing show, and the regional cross-country meet has moved to Baybrook Park in Brooklyn.* Josh Hall and Victoria Savaliski are at it again, with the classy Victor Davis headlining their six-bout pro boxing card Thursday.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | July 15, 1992
Even the scorching heat can't keep those "Q's and A's" from rolling in.Because you are probably inside with the air on, let me provide you with some good reading. As you read the big "Q's" and accompanying notes, feel free to give me a call on the 24-Hour Sportsline, 647-2499, with any comments, answers or "Q's" of your own.* Did you boxing fans know that the Maryland State Games amateur boxing semifinals are going to be tomorrow night at Michael's Eighth Avenue?Jeff Novotny, who runs the Crofton Gym, is promising an exciting card of 15 bouts.
NEWS
September 1, 1991
Coach: Doug DuVall, 19th year1990 record: 13-0.Returnees: Seniors Phil White (QB), Damon Hamlin (RB/S), Ira Crawley (WR), Steve Alleyne (WR), Pat Brown (FL), James Easterly (T/DT), Tony Farace (G/DT), Blaize Duggan (G/DT), Kevin Norris (T), Brent Guyton (LB), Brian Schmidt (DT), Mike Scott (DT), Brandon Easterling (G), Eric Swayze (FL/LB).Newcomers to watch: Seniors Andre Martin (FL), Shane Allen (DE), George Bradford (S), Cedric Benning (DL); juniors Craig Butler (FL), Nate Casella (LB/DE)
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | March 11, 1991
Leave it to Josh Hall to get back up off the deck and get in position for a knockout.Hall, the former light heavyweight who is in theMaryland Boxing Hall of Fame, has been trying his hand at promoting and matchmaking with his wife, Victoria Savaliski, for the last couple of years.They have had limited success with boxing-only shows at the Glen Burnie Armory and in Baltimore, and ditto for dinner and boxing showsat LaFontaine Bleu in Glen Burnie in November and January.But a third such show at LaFontaine Bleu is scheduled for Thursday, and Hall is excited.
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | November 7, 1990
CONSIDERING the O's share of what baseball owes for its collusionary behavior (about $11 million), think Eli "Cut Rate" Jacobs is having any second thoughts about not jacking up ticket prices?* "Denny the Detonator," the name given to the Blast's mascot, ranks right up there with the worst in American sports.* Talk about bad moves, Anatoly Karpov's end moves of Qg2, Rxa1, Nf4 in his latest draw with Garry Kasparov are easily as bad as Joe Tipton for Nellie Fox.* You have to wonder what kind of computer Jeff Sagarin is using in his college football ratings for USA Today when top-ranked Notre Dame, supposedly playing the toughest schedule in the land, ends up No. 17 this week.
SPORTS
February 24, 2003
Moves Baseball DIAMONDBACKS: Signed IF Junior Spivey to two-year contract. METS: Signed P Tyler Walker, P Jae Weong Soo and OF Raul Gonzalez to one-year contracts. REDS: Signed P Ricardo Aramboles, P Chris Booker, P Jerome Gamble, P Josh Hall, P Blake Williams, P Luke Hudson, IF Rainer Olmedo, IF Gookie Dawkins and OF Stephen Smitherman to one-year contracts. Hockey NHL: Suspended Predators D Cale Hulse one game for cross-check on Senators F Peter Schaefer on Saturday. Suspended Blue Jackets LW Jody Shelley two games for being aggressor in altercation with Sharks D Brad Stuart on Friday.
SPORTS
October 18, 1990
Dent, Seskey on Nov. 14 cardJosh Hall has scheduled a dinner card Nov. 14 at La Fontaine Bleu in Glen Burnie that will feature bouts matching Baltimore and Washington boxers.Cruiserweight Charles Dent of Cheverly and middleweight Doug Seskey of Pittsburgh will be showcased in six-round fights. Tickets, priced at $35 and $30, may be reserved by calling 760-2699.* Canadian middleweight champion Dan Sherry (16-0, eight knockouts), a protege of Sugar Ray Leonard, will face Aaron Smith (4-2, four KOs)
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