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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2002
River Hill's Mo Hamzeh was a freshman sitting on the bench when River Hill won its last state title in 1999. Yesterday at rain-swept UMBC, he played a more important role by scoring the only goal in the second-ranked Hawks' 1-0 victory in the Class 3A boys soccer state championship game against fifth-ranked Dulaney. River Hill (16-2-1) won its fourth state title in the school's seventh year of existence. "I never expected to get the winning goal," Hamzeh said. "This is the biggest high for me - the greatest feeling I've ever had. I'm going to truly miss this team."
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2002
River Hill's Mo Hamzeh was a freshman sitting on the bench when River Hill won its last state title in 1999. Yesterday at rain-swept UMBC, he played a more important role by scoring the only goal in the second-ranked Hawks' 1-0 victory in the Class 3A boys soccer state championship game against fifth-ranked Dulaney. River Hill (16-2-1) won its fourth state title in the school's seventh year of existence. "I never expected to get the winning goal," Hamzeh said. "This is the biggest high for me - the greatest feeling I've ever had. I'm going to truly miss this team."
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 26, 2001
One of Westminster sophomore Jason Brown's five defeats this season came against Liberty junior Justin Muhl in a consolation round at the Damascus Tournament about a month ago. But Brown had an excuse for that defeat. "I wasn't too down with that tournament," said Brown, who is 20-5 and defeated Muhl in the McDonogh Tournament earlier in the season. "I was tired of being there. I tried hard against him, but I didn't try my hardest. I didn't feel well, and the tournament was taking too long."
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 26, 2001
One of Westminster sophomore Jason Brown's five defeats this season came against Liberty junior Justin Muhl in a consolation round at the Damascus Tournament about a month ago. But Brown had an excuse for that defeat. "I wasn't too down with that tournament," said Brown, who is 20-5 and defeated Muhl in the McDonogh Tournament earlier in the season. "I was tired of being there. I tried hard against him, but I didn't try my hardest. I didn't feel well, and the tournament was taking too long."
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By Rick Belz | September 29, 2000
Both teams developed several scoring opportunities but when the whistle blew ending the second 10-minute overtime, No. 8-ranked Oakland Mills and No. 9-ranked River Hill settled for a 0-0 tie yesterday at River Hill. River hill goalkeeper Rizvon Gill made six saves, breaking up several plays off corner kicks and long throw-ins. River Hill (2-2-2 overall, 0-1-1 league) put plenty of pressure on Oakland Mills (3-2-1, 0-0-1) in the second overtime. Justin Hughes kicked a shot that rattled off the far post with 6:30 left.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 11, 2002
Teams that graduate eight starters usually decline a bit in quality. Not the River Hill boys soccer team. The Hawks, winners of three state titles in the six seasons since their school opened, finished last season top-ranked and are No. 1 again - with good reason. They put on a show in their season opener yesterday, subduing a visiting Liberty team that played them tough the past two seasons. The 5-0 score would have been higher had the Hawks not misfired on a couple of easy chances.
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March 13, 2002
Wrestler of the Year: Fran Jackson, North Carroll Coach of the year: Henry Mohlhenrich, Westminster First team Weight Name School Class 103 Andrew Gold South Carroll Sophomore 112 Josh Corkran Westminster Senior 112 Tom Wheeler South Carroll Freshman 119 Paul Hartman Liberty Senior 119 Seth Knights North Carroll Freshman 125 Eric Blomster Westminster Sophomore 130 Tyler Graham North Carroll Senior 135 Jason Brown Westminster Junior 140 Kyle...
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 19, 2001
Zak Porta pinned Westminster's previously unbeaten 135-pounder, Jason Brown, during a match-clinching, six-bout sweep for Mount Hebron, and 160-pound teammate Mike Mengel edged Nick Burger in the marquee bout as the Vikings routed Westminster, 55-12, in a tri-meet at Atholton last night. Coming off a six-point loss to 12th-ranked Fallston, the Harford County runner-up last winter, Westminster (3-2) figured to offer the stiffest test of the young season for third-ranked Mount Hebron (6-0)
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By Rick Belz | November 16, 2002
Today Class 1A: No. 9 Oakland Mills (12-4) vs. Smithsburg (13-4-1) Site: UMBC Time: Noon Outlook: The Scorpions seek a state-record 12th state title and their fourth in the past five years. Smithsburg, from Washington County, appears in its first state final. Oakland Mills is more skilled than last season, when it lost in the final to Pocomoke, but still depends mainly on set plays for its offense, which is so balanced that no player has scored more than five goals. The Scorpions, with just two returning starters from a year ago, have eight shutouts and are unscored-upon in the playoffs.
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 18, 2002
Westminster senior Brendon Byrne and junior Jason Brown certainly had a flair for the dramatic last night at No. 10 North Carroll. In the evening's two most pivotal contests, both Byrne and Brown took their opponents down in the final two seconds of the third period and won come-from-behind victories. Those wins set the stage for sophomore 103-pounder Justin Hughes to clinch a dramatic 35-29 upset over the Panthers before an exuberant crowd in Hampstead. With Westminster trailing 29-21, Byrne avenged two early- season defeats to North Carroll senior Keith Viens at 189 when he erased a 5-3 third-round deficit with an escape at the 4:36 mark and a takedown with two seconds remaining to score a 6-5 victory.
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By Scott Clipp and Scott Clipp,SUN STAFF | October 6, 2003
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Through the first 10 games of the season, North Carolina's men's soccer team has received some key contributions from its freshmen. The fifth-ranked Tar Heels started five rookies against a veteran Maryland team yesterday, and again, the youngsters came through. Freshman forward Corey Ashe notched the game-winner in the 69th minute, and freshman goalkeeper Justin Hughes posted his second shutout as North Carolina upended top-ranked Maryland, 1-0, before 3,086 at Fetzer Field.
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