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September 9, 2011
Aberdeen Head coach: Nicole Andriano (first season) 2010 record: NA (Not available) Top returning players: Hannah Clip, Sr. (F); Lucy Daghir, Sr. (M); Isobel Hawes, So. (M, F); Laurice McMillan, Sr. (F); Natalie Rymarz, Jr. (D); Ginger Williams, Jr. (M, D) Key newcomers: Aria Real, Jr. (M, D) Outlook: "The program has expanded to include a junior varsity team this season," rookie head coach Andriano explained, "The coaching staff is excited to work with our new players, with the opportunity to have a junior varsity team.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | October 31, 2013
At this time last season, Carver's football team stood on the verge of an 0-10 season. Now, the Bears are undefeated and fighting for a playoff berth. The turnaround from winless to 8-0 has been helped along by the Bears' drop from Baltimore City's Division I to Division III, but new coach Ron Wallace said it's also fueled by players moving up from a junior varsity team that finished 8-2 last season in the top division. “When I looked at the schedule I thought it would help us be competitive,” Wallace said.
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NEWS
September 8, 1991
Coach: Leo Totten, first yearAssistant Coach: Kathy LittleLast year's record: 8-7 overall, 6-7 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League, 0-1 in the countyTop returnees: Seniors, Tina Hahn, Mindy KeeneyTop newcomers: Juniors, Shelley Smith, Tina Smith and Kristi Stambaugh; sophomore, Amber Smith.Coach's comments: "It'llbe a great season. They're great to work with. If the team plays together, the individual stats will take care of themselves."The Carroll County Sun's outlook: It appears the Eagles have very little experience coming back from last year's 8-7 team.
EXPLORE
September 9, 2011
Aberdeen Head coach: Nicole Andriano (first season) 2010 record: NA (Not available) Top returning players: Hannah Clip, Sr. (F); Lucy Daghir, Sr. (M); Isobel Hawes, So. (M, F); Laurice McMillan, Sr. (F); Natalie Rymarz, Jr. (D); Ginger Williams, Jr. (M, D) Key newcomers: Aria Real, Jr. (M, D) Outlook: "The program has expanded to include a junior varsity team this season," rookie head coach Andriano explained, "The coaching staff is excited to work with our new players, with the opportunity to have a junior varsity team.
SPORTS
By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | March 27, 1998
A college football coach who has lost 16 starters, all but one player on the defensive unit, plus a record-shattering quarterback, might acknowledge he is facing a major rebuilding job.But at Navy, which opens spring practice tomorrow, Charlie Weatherbie is a self-proclaimed eternal optimist."
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | March 22, 1992
Talk about the rich getting richer; Old Mill's softball team has moved into a higher tax bracket.But has the Patriots' baseball team gone bankrupt?While Mel Montgomery's crew lost its top two starters, including second-team All-County southpaw Jimmy Simms (7-2) and first-team catcher John Bussey, the Old Mill girls cashed in with the addition of Jennifer Bostak.Bostak missed last season with a knee injury, but the Patriots still went to the regional playoffs for the third straight year under former coach Debbie Shacklock.
NEWS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | April 21, 1992
Kelly Mabe's small stature never has been a big concern."I've always been short, since I was little," the 5-foot-3 third baseman saidbefore taking her swings in Monday's softball practice at ArchbishopSpalding. "I've gotten used to it."And opposing pitchers have gotten use to seeing the diminutive junior on base.Mabe led the county in hitting for much of the season, but her average has dropped to .500 (22-for-44). She bats in the No. 2 spot in the batting order for the defending Baltimore Catholic League champs.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | October 31, 2013
At this time last season, Carver's football team stood on the verge of an 0-10 season. Now, the Bears are undefeated and fighting for a playoff berth. The turnaround from winless to 8-0 has been helped along by the Bears' drop from Baltimore City's Division I to Division III, but new coach Ron Wallace said it's also fueled by players moving up from a junior varsity team that finished 8-2 last season in the top division. “When I looked at the schedule I thought it would help us be competitive,” Wallace said.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | November 27, 1994
BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR* Mike Babiak, John Carroll -- A three-year veteran, he was the most consistent player -- especially on kills -- on a 13-0 team that repeated as county champion. The team was challenged at the beginning by a lack of numbers, and Babiak, as the only returning starter, turned into the leader. In addition to his kills, he had an excellent serve and good court sense.BOYS COACH OF THE YEAR* Kathy Graybeal, Havre de Grace -- She took a first-year program and 12 players with little experience and produced a 9-5 record.
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By John W. Stewart | December 6, 1992
AberdeenThere will be a new look for Aberdeen's boys basketball team this season, as only two players are back from last year's county champions and regional finalists (21-3).Senior Thomas Williams, at 6 feet 3 the squad's tallest player, is a holdover starter who averaged 10.8 points and 7.3 rebounds.But gone are three other double-figure scorers who helped give the team balance and speed and guided it to three straight regional finals.Paul Smith, a junior guard, is the other returning player.
SPORTS
By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | March 27, 1998
A college football coach who has lost 16 starters, all but one player on the defensive unit, plus a record-shattering quarterback, might acknowledge he is facing a major rebuilding job.But at Navy, which opens spring practice tomorrow, Charlie Weatherbie is a self-proclaimed eternal optimist."
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | November 27, 1994
BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR* Mike Babiak, John Carroll -- A three-year veteran, he was the most consistent player -- especially on kills -- on a 13-0 team that repeated as county champion. The team was challenged at the beginning by a lack of numbers, and Babiak, as the only returning starter, turned into the leader. In addition to his kills, he had an excellent serve and good court sense.BOYS COACH OF THE YEAR* Kathy Graybeal, Havre de Grace -- She took a first-year program and 12 players with little experience and produced a 9-5 record.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | March 21, 1993
This spring, more than any of recent years, the premium will be on pitching when Harford County teams get around to playing baseball games outdoors.With last week's snowstorm setting back programs for a couple of weeks, teams likely will be forced to play three or more games a week to make up early postponements."
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | December 6, 1992
AberdeenThere will be a new look for Aberdeen's boys basketball team this season, as only two players are back from last year's county champions and regional finalists (21-3).Senior Thomas Williams, at 6 feet 3 the squad's tallest player, is a holdover starter who averaged 10.8 points and 7.3 rebounds.But gone are three other double-figure scorers who helped give the team balance and speed and guided it to three straight regional finals.Paul Smith, a junior guard, is the other returning player.
NEWS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | April 21, 1992
Kelly Mabe's small stature never has been a big concern."I've always been short, since I was little," the 5-foot-3 third baseman saidbefore taking her swings in Monday's softball practice at ArchbishopSpalding. "I've gotten used to it."And opposing pitchers have gotten use to seeing the diminutive junior on base.Mabe led the county in hitting for much of the season, but her average has dropped to .500 (22-for-44). She bats in the No. 2 spot in the batting order for the defending Baltimore Catholic League champs.
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | March 22, 1992
Talk about the rich getting richer; Old Mill's softball team has moved into a higher tax bracket.But has the Patriots' baseball team gone bankrupt?While Mel Montgomery's crew lost its top two starters, including second-team All-County southpaw Jimmy Simms (7-2) and first-team catcher John Bussey, the Old Mill girls cashed in with the addition of Jennifer Bostak.Bostak missed last season with a knee injury, but the Patriots still went to the regional playoffs for the third straight year under former coach Debbie Shacklock.
NEWS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | December 12, 1990
Besides death and taxes, almost nothing has been so certain in recent years as a county title for the Oakland Mills boys basketball team.The Scorpions shoot for their fourth straight county championship this year and their second straight state Class 3A title.Oakland Mills appears to have the talent to accomplish both objectives.But the team must fight off strong challenges expected from Wilde Lake, Hammond and Howard. Mount Hebron, Atholton and Centennial also could challenge, but appear more likely to be battling for playoff spots.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | March 21, 1993
This spring, more than any of recent years, the premium will be on pitching when Harford County teams get around to playing baseball games outdoors.With last week's snowstorm setting back programs for a couple of weeks, teams likely will be forced to play three or more games a week to make up early postponements."
NEWS
September 8, 1991
Coach: Leo Totten, first yearAssistant Coach: Kathy LittleLast year's record: 8-7 overall, 6-7 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League, 0-1 in the countyTop returnees: Seniors, Tina Hahn, Mindy KeeneyTop newcomers: Juniors, Shelley Smith, Tina Smith and Kristi Stambaugh; sophomore, Amber Smith.Coach's comments: "It'llbe a great season. They're great to work with. If the team plays together, the individual stats will take care of themselves."The Carroll County Sun's outlook: It appears the Eagles have very little experience coming back from last year's 8-7 team.
NEWS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | December 12, 1990
Besides death and taxes, almost nothing has been so certain in recent years as a county title for the Oakland Mills boys basketball team.The Scorpions shoot for their fourth straight county championship this year and their second straight state Class 3A title.Oakland Mills appears to have the talent to accomplish both objectives.But the team must fight off strong challenges expected from Wilde Lake, Hammond and Howard. Mount Hebron, Atholton and Centennial also could challenge, but appear more likely to be battling for playoff spots.
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