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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | December 17, 2002
Laronja Owens, the returning All-Metro guard and Anne Arundel County Player of the Year, pumped in 11 of his game-high 28 points in the first period and No. 6 Annapolis went on to rout St. Mary's, 71-42, last night. Owens' scoring partner, 6-foot-7 senior Josh Johnson, had 16 points to go with seven rebounds and two blocked shots. And constantly improving junior Darius Johnson had nine points, 10 rebounds, two blocks and two steals in a fine all-around game. The host Panthers (3-1) came out firing, turning five of seven turnovers by the Saints (5-2)
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December 27, 2012
Rays landing Myers Juan C. Rodriguez Sun Sentinel The Dodgers signing Zack Greinke or one of the Blue Jays' trades will have plenty of short-term impact. In terms a move having the longest-lasting positive effect on a franchise, let's go with the Rays acquiring a future cornerstone player in outfielder Wil Myers from the Royals. The Rays dealt from a position of strength, moving pitchers James Shields and Wade Davis, and they also got back two promising arms in Jake Odorizzi and Mike Montgomery to add to a young, talented stable.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 9, 2002
John Brady says junior Josh Johnson is "one of the best rebounders and finishers inside" in his 25 seasons coaching the Annapolis boys basketball team. Anyone who was at Meade last night would not dispute that statement after watching Johnson score 19 of his game-high 31 points in the fourth quarter and grab a game-high 15 rebounds to pace No. 4 Annapolis to an 89-68 romp over No. 13 Meade. The victory was the 46th in a row for the Panthers over an Anne Arundel County opponent, improving the team's record to 10-0 overall and 4-0 in league.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | December 20, 2002
Annapolis held a Christmas party at Southern's expense last night with the trio of Laronja Owens, Josh Johnson and Darius Johnson lighting up the Panthers. Owens tossed in a game-high 23 points and the Johnsons (no relation) combined for 36 as the host and No. 6 Panthers routed No. 12 Southern of Harwood, 85-59. In addition to his points, Owens had a typical game with eight rebounds, a blocked shot, seven steals and five assists. It was the 61st consecutive win by Annapolis (4-1) over an Anne Arundel County team, but was extra sweet because it came over the rival Bulldogs.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | December 20, 2002
Annapolis held a Christmas party at Southern's expense last night with the trio of Laronja Owens, Josh Johnson and Darius Johnson lighting up the Panthers. Owens tossed in a game-high 23 points and the Johnsons (no relation) combined for 36 as the host and No. 6 Panthers routed No. 12 Southern of Harwood, 85-59. In addition to his points, Owens had a typical game with eight rebounds, a blocked shot, seven steals and five assists. It was the 61st consecutive win by Annapolis (4-1) over an Anne Arundel County team, but was extra sweet because it came over the rival Bulldogs.
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December 27, 2012
Rays landing Myers Juan C. Rodriguez Sun Sentinel The Dodgers signing Zack Greinke or one of the Blue Jays' trades will have plenty of short-term impact. In terms a move having the longest-lasting positive effect on a franchise, let's go with the Rays acquiring a future cornerstone player in outfielder Wil Myers from the Royals. The Rays dealt from a position of strength, moving pitchers James Shields and Wade Davis, and they also got back two promising arms in Jake Odorizzi and Mike Montgomery to add to a young, talented stable.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 1, 2001
Marcus Neal was Marcus Neal, sophomore guard Laronja Owens continued to play like a steady senior and Trevon Williams contributed off the bench. It all added up to another victory for No. 2 Annapolis (24-1), as they raced past a good Friendly team from Prince George's, 82-64, in last night's Class 3A semifinal at the Panther Den. The two teams put on a shooting clinic, with Annapolis shooting 54 percent (14 for 26) in the first half and 58 percent (29 for 50) for the game, with nine threes in 15 attempts.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 14, 2001
Meade's 59-55 victory over Glen Burnie on Friday night left No. 7-ranked Annapolis (11-1) as the only Anne Arundel County boys basketball team undefeated in league play at 6-0. While the No. 15 Mustangs (9-3, 4-2 league) were ending No. 12 Glen Burnie's best start in 53 years (11-1, 5-1), Annapolis continued its torrid trek through the county with a 77-59 rout over Chesapeake. It was the 10th consecutive win for the Panthers, who have not lost to a county opponent since 1999. Premier guard Marcus Neal, who is averaging 29.1 points, scored 38 points against Chesapeake (6-6, 2-4)
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Moves Baseball BLUE JAYS -- Released P Tomo Ohka. BREWERS -- Activated 2B Rickie Weeks from 15-day DL. Optioned OF Tony Gwynn Jr. to Triple-A Nashville. DODGERS -- Placed P Jason Schmidt on 15-day DL. Activated IF-OF Marlon Anderson from 15-day DL. GIANTS -- Placed IF Rich Aurilia on 15-day DL, retroactive to Sunday. MARLINS -- Activated P Josh Johnson from DL. NATIONALS -- Optioned P Mike O'Connor (Mount St. Joseph) to Double-A Harrisburg. Transferred P Ryan Wagner from 15-day DL to 60-day DL. ORIOLES -- Fired manager Sam Perlozzo.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | December 17, 2002
Laronja Owens, the returning All-Metro guard and Anne Arundel County Player of the Year, pumped in 11 of his game-high 28 points in the first period and No. 6 Annapolis went on to rout St. Mary's, 71-42, last night. Owens' scoring partner, 6-foot-7 senior Josh Johnson, had 16 points to go with seven rebounds and two blocked shots. And constantly improving junior Darius Johnson had nine points, 10 rebounds, two blocks and two steals in a fine all-around game. The host Panthers (3-1) came out firing, turning five of seven turnovers by the Saints (5-2)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 9, 2002
John Brady says junior Josh Johnson is "one of the best rebounders and finishers inside" in his 25 seasons coaching the Annapolis boys basketball team. Anyone who was at Meade last night would not dispute that statement after watching Johnson score 19 of his game-high 31 points in the fourth quarter and grab a game-high 15 rebounds to pace No. 4 Annapolis to an 89-68 romp over No. 13 Meade. The victory was the 46th in a row for the Panthers over an Anne Arundel County opponent, improving the team's record to 10-0 overall and 4-0 in league.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 1, 2001
Marcus Neal was Marcus Neal, sophomore guard Laronja Owens continued to play like a steady senior and Trevon Williams contributed off the bench. It all added up to another victory for No. 2 Annapolis (24-1), as they raced past a good Friendly team from Prince George's, 82-64, in last night's Class 3A semifinal at the Panther Den. The two teams put on a shooting clinic, with Annapolis shooting 54 percent (14 for 26) in the first half and 58 percent (29 for 50) for the game, with nine threes in 15 attempts.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 14, 2001
Meade's 59-55 victory over Glen Burnie on Friday night left No. 7-ranked Annapolis (11-1) as the only Anne Arundel County boys basketball team undefeated in league play at 6-0. While the No. 15 Mustangs (9-3, 4-2 league) were ending No. 12 Glen Burnie's best start in 53 years (11-1, 5-1), Annapolis continued its torrid trek through the county with a 77-59 rout over Chesapeake. It was the 10th consecutive win for the Panthers, who have not lost to a county opponent since 1999. Premier guard Marcus Neal, who is averaging 29.1 points, scored 38 points against Chesapeake (6-6, 2-4)
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