Advertisement
HomeCollectionsJosh Miller
IN THE NEWS

Josh Miller

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston and Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | September 7, 1996
Four months ago, punter Josh Miller was learning how to speak French, figuring he would be stuck playing for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.Then his young football career took a couple of strange turns, and Miller eventually landed where he always dreamed his journey would take him -- to the NFL. Tomorrow, Miller will be punting for the Pittsburgh Steelers against the Ravens.Miller, 26, laughs at the twists that have marked his path to the NFL. Many Baltimore fans remember Miller as one of the key players on the CFL Stallions.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
By Andrew Bahl, The Baltimore Sun | May 24, 2014
In a season full of stellar performances, Smithsburg starting pitcher Josh Miller saved his best for last. The senior tossed a complete game shutout and struck out 10 to lift the Leopards of Washington County to the Class 1A state championship, defeating Sparrows Point 9-0 at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. Pointers senior ace Josh Icenrode started despite a broken finger that sidelined him for two weeks. The injury appeared to affect his control; after walking only eight batters all season, Icenrode walked 10 against Smithsburg.
Advertisement
SPORTS
By Bob Clark | September 16, 1990
A 14-point spurt in the final 1 minute, 29 seconds of the first half by Gilman's opportunistic offense propelled the No. 3-ranked Greyhounds (1-1) past Loyola, 26-14, yesterday at Gilman's Edward Brown Field.Senior quarterback Josh Miller, in his first home start, completed three key passes in the final 2:55 of the first half as Gilman broke a 6-6 tie to open a 20-6 halftime lead."Josh Miller kept his wits about him in some tough situations," Gilman coach Sherm Bristow said.Miller started the go-ahead drive with a 22-yard toss to Keith Kormanik.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | January 8, 2002
Network television's midseason of new series starts tonight with NBC's Imagine That, a sitcom about the marriage and fantasy life of a comedy writer. Let's hope what follows is better than this - lots better. Imagine That, which stars Hank Azaria (Tuesdays With Morrie) as a Walter Mitty wannabe, is such a dull, derivative, predictable and lifeless sitcom that it made me wonder if the entire genre is exhausted. The really stupid thing about Imagine That is that it borrows shamelessly from a very bad sitcom.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray | October 1, 1994
Site: Memorial StadiumTime: 7:30Tickets: 36,000 sold as of yesterday.Line: Baltimore by 12TV/Radio: HTS/WJFK (1300 AM)Records: Baltimore 8-4, Ottawa 4-8Last week: Baltimore scored two touchdowns off botched punts to beat Ottawa, 42-27.On the sidelines: In his first year at Ottawa and third overall as head coach, Adam Rita is 20-21 in the regular season. Baltimore's Don Matthews goes for his 100th career regular-season victory (he's 99-57-1) in 10 CFL seasons. Matthews has 104 wins overall in the CFL.Roster changes: Baltimore--PK Donald Igwebuike replaced waived Charlie Baumann; SB Reggie Perry replaced WR Joe Washington.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr | February 23, 1991
The host Gilman Greyhounds took full advantage of their greatest asset yesterday to beat McDonogh.Gilman used its inside muscle to control the paint and dominate the boards en route to a 71-61 win in the finals of the Independent Schools Tournament."
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | June 13, 1994
Feeling at homeThe first week, there was an intimidation factor. The second week, Karl Nieberlein felt more at home. As he should have.Nieberlein, a rookie offensive tackle, is a local hero with the CFL Colts. He started four years for Towson State, the training camp home of the Colts. The longer he plays, the more comfortable he gets."I think I've pretty much held my own, [especially] coming from a smaller school," said Nieberlein, 23. "I'd like to think I'm going to make the team, or at least be on the practice squad."
SPORTS
By Andrew Bahl, The Baltimore Sun | May 24, 2014
In a season full of stellar performances, Smithsburg starting pitcher Josh Miller saved his best for last. The senior tossed a complete game shutout and struck out 10 to lift the Leopards of Washington County to the Class 1A state championship, defeating Sparrows Point 9-0 at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. Pointers senior ace Josh Icenrode started despite a broken finger that sidelined him for two weeks. The injury appeared to affect his control; after walking only eight batters all season, Icenrode walked 10 against Smithsburg.
SPORTS
By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer | April 8, 1993
House of Pasta point guard Teri Leatherwood summed it up when she said, "Both teams had good defense in the first half, but their defense continued [in the second half] and ours didn't."Spangler Construction pulled away from a 17-17 halftime tie to defeat House of Pasta, 44-25, in Sunday afternoon's Carroll County Women's Basketball League's tournament championship game at East Middle School in Westminster.Stifling House of Pasta with a strong man-to-man defense, the winners outscored the regular-season champs 27-8 in the second half.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | January 8, 2002
Network television's midseason of new series starts tonight with NBC's Imagine That, a sitcom about the marriage and fantasy life of a comedy writer. Let's hope what follows is better than this - lots better. Imagine That, which stars Hank Azaria (Tuesdays With Morrie) as a Walter Mitty wannabe, is such a dull, derivative, predictable and lifeless sitcom that it made me wonder if the entire genre is exhausted. The really stupid thing about Imagine That is that it borrows shamelessly from a very bad sitcom.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston and Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | September 7, 1996
Four months ago, punter Josh Miller was learning how to speak French, figuring he would be stuck playing for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.Then his young football career took a couple of strange turns, and Miller eventually landed where he always dreamed his journey would take him -- to the NFL. Tomorrow, Miller will be punting for the Pittsburgh Steelers against the Ravens.Miller, 26, laughs at the twists that have marked his path to the NFL. Many Baltimore fans remember Miller as one of the key players on the CFL Stallions.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray | October 1, 1994
Site: Memorial StadiumTime: 7:30Tickets: 36,000 sold as of yesterday.Line: Baltimore by 12TV/Radio: HTS/WJFK (1300 AM)Records: Baltimore 8-4, Ottawa 4-8Last week: Baltimore scored two touchdowns off botched punts to beat Ottawa, 42-27.On the sidelines: In his first year at Ottawa and third overall as head coach, Adam Rita is 20-21 in the regular season. Baltimore's Don Matthews goes for his 100th career regular-season victory (he's 99-57-1) in 10 CFL seasons. Matthews has 104 wins overall in the CFL.Roster changes: Baltimore--PK Donald Igwebuike replaced waived Charlie Baumann; SB Reggie Perry replaced WR Joe Washington.
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | June 13, 1994
Feeling at homeThe first week, there was an intimidation factor. The second week, Karl Nieberlein felt more at home. As he should have.Nieberlein, a rookie offensive tackle, is a local hero with the CFL Colts. He started four years for Towson State, the training camp home of the Colts. The longer he plays, the more comfortable he gets."I think I've pretty much held my own, [especially] coming from a smaller school," said Nieberlein, 23. "I'd like to think I'm going to make the team, or at least be on the practice squad."
SPORTS
By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing Writer | April 8, 1993
House of Pasta point guard Teri Leatherwood summed it up when she said, "Both teams had good defense in the first half, but their defense continued [in the second half] and ours didn't."Spangler Construction pulled away from a 17-17 halftime tie to defeat House of Pasta, 44-25, in Sunday afternoon's Carroll County Women's Basketball League's tournament championship game at East Middle School in Westminster.Stifling House of Pasta with a strong man-to-man defense, the winners outscored the regular-season champs 27-8 in the second half.
SPORTS
By Bill Tanton | October 29, 1991
Baltimore native John Schuerholz, first-year general manager of the National League champion Atlanta Braves, is being told that his club will be the team of the '90s.And why not, with young pitchers like Steve Avery, 21, John Smoltz, 24, and Tom Glavine, 25 -- plus a farm system loaded with talent?Schuerholz chooses not to look a decade ahead."The way players move from team to team these days," says Schuerholz, "I don't know if you can talk about a team of the '90s. You can talk about teams for the next three years, and we should be right up there."
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr | February 23, 1991
The host Gilman Greyhounds took full advantage of their greatest asset yesterday to beat McDonogh.Gilman used its inside muscle to control the paint and dominate the boards en route to a 71-61 win in the finals of the Independent Schools Tournament."
SPORTS
By Bill Tanton | October 29, 1991
Baltimore native John Schuerholz, first-year general manager of the National League champion Atlanta Braves, is being told that his club will be the team of the '90s.And why not, with young pitchers like Steve Avery, 21, John Smoltz, 24, and Tom Glavine, 25 -- plus a farm system loaded with talent?Schuerholz chooses not to look a decade ahead."The way players move from team to team these days," says Schuerholz, "I don't know if you can talk about a team of the '90s. You can talk about teams for the next three years, and we should be right up there."
SPORTS
By Mike Preston | December 12, 1999
1 Crowd the line of scrimmage and shut off running back Jerome Bettis because quarterback Mike Tomczak can't beat them.2 Go after cornerback Deshea Townsend. He has been terrible, giving up a couple of big plays each game.3 Win the field-position game. Pittsburgh has only two real offensive weapons, punter Josh Miller and kicker Kris Brown.
SPORTS
By Bob Clark | September 16, 1990
A 14-point spurt in the final 1 minute, 29 seconds of the first half by Gilman's opportunistic offense propelled the No. 3-ranked Greyhounds (1-1) past Loyola, 26-14, yesterday at Gilman's Edward Brown Field.Senior quarterback Josh Miller, in his first home start, completed three key passes in the final 2:55 of the first half as Gilman broke a 6-6 tie to open a 20-6 halftime lead."Josh Miller kept his wits about him in some tough situations," Gilman coach Sherm Bristow said.Miller started the go-ahead drive with a 22-yard toss to Keith Kormanik.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.