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By James H. Jackson | December 8, 1991
Wendy Marshall of Bowl America Glen Burnie with a 592 and Chad Cornick of Forest Hill Lanes with a 771 lead the senior singles divisions of the Baltimore Association of Young America Bowling Alliance Baltimore championship tournament after the first weekend of competition at Fair Lanes Kings Point in Randallstown.Other singles leaders include: Brian Hines, Forest Hill, 678, in Junior Boys; Cheyene Wilson, Bowl America Normandy, 606, in Junior Girls; Brad Goertz, Kings Point, 657, in Prep Boys; Mindy Soethe, Country Club Lanes, 588, in Prep Girls; Chris Thorsett, Country Club, 626, in Bantam Boys; and Heather Brown, Country Club, 583, in Bantam Girls.
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By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2010
Michael Razumovsky had spent his first two years on the Pikesville tennis team playing doubles. He wanted to play singles and finally got his shot this year. It's fair to say that everything worked out pretty well. The junior rolled to a 17-0 record and gave Pikesville its first state champion. He beat Dukyoung Park from Blair, 6-3, 7-6 (7-5) in the state final last weekend at College Park. Razumovsky also won the Baltimore County and District VI championships and came into the state tournament as the No. 2 seed.
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By DON VITEK | March 6, 1994
The Baltimore YABA Championship Tournament at Greenway Bowl Odenton produced the following winners:NTC * Major Boys Team -- The Bowl America Odenton Team #1 of Warren Thompson, Mike Dixon, Rich Daff and Gerry Chaney with a total pin fall of 2,648.* Prep Boys Team -- The Fair Lanes Southdale Hurricanes of LeRoy Anderson, Tom Epley, Jonathan Grail and Wayne Cockran with a total of 2,614.* Prep Girls Team -- The Fair Lanes Southdale girls of Tori $H Cowley, Jessica Furness, Tina Willis and Maggie Kay dropped 2,462 pins.
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By ROSALIE M. FALTER | October 3, 1994
The U.S. Naval Academy Band wind ensemble will appear in the first concert of the season for the Performing Arts Association of Linthicum at 8 p.m. Saturday at the North County High School auditorium.This concert is free and open to the public and is provided to the community as an introduction to the association's 1994-1995 concert season.Under the direction of Cmdr. Thomas E. Metcalf, the wind ensemble performs all styles of music from traditional band fare to current popular hits. Band programs often include arrangements written exclusively for the wind ensemble by the band's staff arrangers.
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By Donald G. Vitek | July 17, 1991
Youth bowlers from Howard County took home more than their fair share of trophies from the recent Maryland State Young American Bowling Alliance Championship Tournament awards luncheon in Westminster.First place in the Prep Boys Doubles went to Brock Daley and Blaine Vendettuoli, both of Ellicott City, with a total pin fall of 1052.Kenny Stewart, 14, of Elkridge, dropped 1996 pins for the All-Events Handicap first-place award for the Junior Boys division.Kennycame back to take third place in the Junior Boys Singles with a nice672.
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By DON VITEK | February 20, 1994
Bowl America Reisterstown played host to the Parents-Coaches Association's 1994 No-Tap Tournament, which featured youth tenpin bowlers from centers in Anne Arundel, Baltimore and Carroll counties and the Washington area.Fanisha Le'Nai Alexander, 9, of Baltimore finished in first place in the Bantam Girls Division.She bowls in the Bunky Travel League at Fair Lanes Towson and carries an 86 average with a career-high game of 156."Fanisha began bowling last year," her mother, Faith, said. "Her whole concept was to bowl like her daddy, but she's developed a style of her own. Most important, she remembers to keep fun in the game."
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By ROSALIE M. FALTER | October 3, 1994
The U.S. Naval Academy Band wind ensemble will appear in the first concert of the season for the Performing Arts Association of Linthicum at 8 p.m. Saturday at the North County High School auditorium.This concert is free and open to the public and is provided to the community as an introduction to the association's 1994-1995 concert season.Under the direction of Cmdr. Thomas E. Metcalf, the wind ensemble performs all styles of music from traditional band fare to current popular hits. Band programs often include arrangements written exclusively for the wind ensemble by the band's staff arrangers.
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July 22, 1991
JudoSenior men: Light, Matthew Veader, Chevy Chase; Medium, Philippe de Mazancourt, Bethesda; Heavy, Mark Dantzler, Gaithersburg; Extra Heavy, Flint White, Laurel; Masters, Mazancourt. Senior women: Light, Diane Tamai, Landover; Heavy, Pam Hinkle, Glen Burnie. Junior men: Light, Matthew Salmond, Upper Marlboro; Medium, Stephen Rudge, Severna Park; Heavy, Shawn Poore, Prince Frederick. Junior women: Light, Rhonda Leatherman, Smithsburg; Medium, Christina Salmond, Upper Marlboro; Heavy, Bobbie Jo Smoot, Keedysville.
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By JOHN STEWART | March 15, 1992
The usual parts of most ideas that work -- a dream, a gamble, and an all-clear sign -- are now behind the developer of the area's newest golf course project.A driving range, the first phase of Mt. Vista Greens Golf Club, opens today for the season. More importantly, ground is expected to be broken within the next several weeks for an 18-hole executive golf course.The Baltimore County site is 110 acres of farmland located on Raphael Road, east of Belair Road, about 15 minutes north of the Beltway.
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By Mike Nortrup | March 10, 1994
St. John's basketball* Grades 5-6 -- Jason Zaruba scored 10 points to pace Maroon's 23-2 win over Orange.Ben Duke, Greg Messer and Bobby Seay paced a balanced Grey attack in an 18-9 win over Maroon. Zaruba had four for Maroon.Tan nipped Gold, 16-15. Richie Walkling and Ryan Sebeck paced the winners with six and four points, respectively, and Sam Weber had five for Gold.Green topped Teal, 15-11. Teal's Daniel Smyth scored six points; Green's Matt Farver and Tony Jacobson each scored four.Blue beat Red, 19-0.
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By Steven Kivinski | May 19, 1994
Baseball* 13-and-under boys -- The Raiders boosted their record to 3-0 with one forfeit and two victories last week.The Raiders defeated GORC Kelly and Mago Vista behind strong hitting performances from Derek Dawson (7-for-8, 11 RBIs), Mike Fyffe (5-for-7, five RBIs), Mark Schmitt (7-for-9, three RBIs), Jason Hilton (5-for-7, one RBI) and George Fold (4-for-5, two RBIs).Fyffe earned the win on the mound in both games.* 15-and-under boys -- Tommy Stalcup's game-opening triple got things started and some fine pitching by Paul White and Shaun Ditch helped the Raiders defeat Crofton, 15-3, last Saturday.
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By Mike Nortrup | March 10, 1994
St. John's basketball* Grades 5-6 -- Jason Zaruba scored 10 points to pace Maroon's 23-2 win over Orange.Ben Duke, Greg Messer and Bobby Seay paced a balanced Grey attack in an 18-9 win over Maroon. Zaruba had four for Maroon.Tan nipped Gold, 16-15. Richie Walkling and Ryan Sebeck paced the winners with six and four points, respectively, and Sam Weber had five for Gold.Green topped Teal, 15-11. Teal's Daniel Smyth scored six points; Green's Matt Farver and Tony Jacobson each scored four.Blue beat Red, 19-0.
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By DON VITEK | March 6, 1994
The Baltimore YABA Championship Tournament at Greenway Bowl Odenton produced the following winners:NTC * Major Boys Team -- The Bowl America Odenton Team #1 of Warren Thompson, Mike Dixon, Rich Daff and Gerry Chaney with a total pin fall of 2,648.* Prep Boys Team -- The Fair Lanes Southdale Hurricanes of LeRoy Anderson, Tom Epley, Jonathan Grail and Wayne Cockran with a total of 2,614.* Prep Girls Team -- The Fair Lanes Southdale girls of Tori $H Cowley, Jessica Furness, Tina Willis and Maggie Kay dropped 2,462 pins.
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By DON VITEK | February 20, 1994
Bowl America Reisterstown played host to the Parents-Coaches Association's 1994 No-Tap Tournament, which featured youth tenpin bowlers from centers in Anne Arundel, Baltimore and Carroll counties and the Washington area.Fanisha Le'Nai Alexander, 9, of Baltimore finished in first place in the Bantam Girls Division.She bowls in the Bunky Travel League at Fair Lanes Towson and carries an 86 average with a career-high game of 156."Fanisha began bowling last year," her mother, Faith, said. "Her whole concept was to bowl like her daddy, but she's developed a style of her own. Most important, she remembers to keep fun in the game."
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By JOHN STEWART | March 15, 1992
The usual parts of most ideas that work -- a dream, a gamble, and an all-clear sign -- are now behind the developer of the area's newest golf course project.A driving range, the first phase of Mt. Vista Greens Golf Club, opens today for the season. More importantly, ground is expected to be broken within the next several weeks for an 18-hole executive golf course.The Baltimore County site is 110 acres of farmland located on Raphael Road, east of Belair Road, about 15 minutes north of the Beltway.
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By James H. Jackson | December 8, 1991
Wendy Marshall of Bowl America Glen Burnie with a 592 and Chad Cornick of Forest Hill Lanes with a 771 lead the senior singles divisions of the Baltimore Association of Young America Bowling Alliance Baltimore championship tournament after the first weekend of competition at Fair Lanes Kings Point in Randallstown.Other singles leaders include: Brian Hines, Forest Hill, 678, in Junior Boys; Cheyene Wilson, Bowl America Normandy, 606, in Junior Girls; Brad Goertz, Kings Point, 657, in Prep Boys; Mindy Soethe, Country Club Lanes, 588, in Prep Girls; Chris Thorsett, Country Club, 626, in Bantam Boys; and Heather Brown, Country Club, 583, in Bantam Girls.
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By Steven Kivinski | May 19, 1994
Baseball* 13-and-under boys -- The Raiders boosted their record to 3-0 with one forfeit and two victories last week.The Raiders defeated GORC Kelly and Mago Vista behind strong hitting performances from Derek Dawson (7-for-8, 11 RBIs), Mike Fyffe (5-for-7, five RBIs), Mark Schmitt (7-for-9, three RBIs), Jason Hilton (5-for-7, one RBI) and George Fold (4-for-5, two RBIs).Fyffe earned the win on the mound in both games.* 15-and-under boys -- Tommy Stalcup's game-opening triple got things started and some fine pitching by Paul White and Shaun Ditch helped the Raiders defeat Crofton, 15-3, last Saturday.
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By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2010
Michael Razumovsky had spent his first two years on the Pikesville tennis team playing doubles. He wanted to play singles and finally got his shot this year. It's fair to say that everything worked out pretty well. The junior rolled to a 17-0 record and gave Pikesville its first state champion. He beat Dukyoung Park from Blair, 6-3, 7-6 (7-5) in the state final last weekend at College Park. Razumovsky also won the Baltimore County and District VI championships and came into the state tournament as the No. 2 seed.
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July 22, 1991
JudoSenior men: Light, Matthew Veader, Chevy Chase; Medium, Philippe de Mazancourt, Bethesda; Heavy, Mark Dantzler, Gaithersburg; Extra Heavy, Flint White, Laurel; Masters, Mazancourt. Senior women: Light, Diane Tamai, Landover; Heavy, Pam Hinkle, Glen Burnie. Junior men: Light, Matthew Salmond, Upper Marlboro; Medium, Stephen Rudge, Severna Park; Heavy, Shawn Poore, Prince Frederick. Junior women: Light, Rhonda Leatherman, Smithsburg; Medium, Christina Salmond, Upper Marlboro; Heavy, Bobbie Jo Smoot, Keedysville.
NEWS
By Donald G. Vitek | July 17, 1991
Youth bowlers from Howard County took home more than their fair share of trophies from the recent Maryland State Young American Bowling Alliance Championship Tournament awards luncheon in Westminster.First place in the Prep Boys Doubles went to Brock Daley and Blaine Vendettuoli, both of Ellicott City, with a total pin fall of 1052.Kenny Stewart, 14, of Elkridge, dropped 1996 pins for the All-Events Handicap first-place award for the Junior Boys division.Kennycame back to take third place in the Junior Boys Singles with a nice672.
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