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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2001
RISING SUN - Kyle Headley's 35-second pin of Rising Sun's Erik Williams at 189 pounds completed a late surge and clinched No. 11 Franklin's 36-30 dual-meet victory over the previously unbeaten Cecil County champs. Headley's triumph followed consecutive wins by the Mays twins, Luke (160), who won by first-period fall, and Sam (171), who won by forfeit, to turn a 27-18 deficit into an insurmountable lead of 36-27. The Mays brothers are both 8-1 on the year. Franklin improved to 4-1, while Rising Sun dropped to 5-1. "It looked like he was trying to shoot doubles and singles, but I sucked him in ... and threw him right over," said Headley.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | August 30, 2013
Despite being separated by 11 years in age, Justin and Stefan Wilson compete, especially when it comes to anything with wheels. The brothers battle on iRacing, an online simulated racing game. They've taken it to go-kart tracks. About the only concession Stefan Wilson, 24, will make is that he can't vie with his 35-year-old brother when it comes to riding a bike. So perhaps it's not a shock that the Wilson brothers said Friday thay they do not plan on giving each other any quarter if Sunday's Grand Prix of Baltimore were to come down to them.
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September 7, 2001
Ryan Daniel Moore, 22, floor installer Ryan Daniel Moore, a floor installer, died Aug. 31 at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being injured in an automobile accident. He was 22. The Manchester resident, who worked with his father, owner of C.D. Flooring, was returning home when a speeding car rear-ended their pickup truck on Interstate 795 on Aug. 29. Mr. Moore was thrown from the truck, as was his father, Paul Daniel Moore, 51, who is recovering at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Mr. Moore was born in Baltimore and raised in Finksburg.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2013
When the IZOD IndyCar Series arrived in Baltimore in 2011, some local fans seemed to pick a favorite driver based largely on his first name. Oriol Servia didn't disappoint. The Spaniard, whose first name is pronounced much like a certain baseball team, finished second to Will Power in the first Baltimore Grand Prix. It has been a bumpy road ever since for Servia, 39, who lost his full-time ride after the 2011 season when Newman-Haas Racing closed its operations and spent 2012 with Dreyer & Reinbold.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | August 30, 2013
Despite being separated by 11 years in age, Justin and Stefan Wilson compete, especially when it comes to anything with wheels. The brothers battle on iRacing, an online simulated racing game. They've taken it to go-kart tracks. About the only concession Stefan Wilson, 24, will make is that he can't vie with his 35-year-old brother when it comes to riding a bike. So perhaps it's not a shock that the Wilson brothers said Friday thay they do not plan on giving each other any quarter if Sunday's Grand Prix of Baltimore were to come down to them.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2013
When the IZOD IndyCar Series arrived in Baltimore in 2011, some local fans seemed to pick a favorite driver based largely on his first name. Oriol Servia didn't disappoint. The Spaniard, whose first name is pronounced much like a certain baseball team, finished second to Will Power in the first Baltimore Grand Prix. It has been a bumpy road ever since for Servia, 39, who lost his full-time ride after the 2011 season when Newman-Haas Racing closed its operations and spent 2012 with Dreyer & Reinbold.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2012
Dyslexia slowed driver Justin Wilson in his pursuit of an education and his auto racing career, but it also was part of the reason he initially spent as much time as he could with the sport and it prepared him for his future. Auto racing provided Wilson a place where his athleticism and coordination took precedence over his ability to make out the meaning of words. "I found out at 13 I had dyslexia," Wilson said between practices for a recent race. "To that point I had struggled at school.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 26, 2006
Calendar NASCAR NEXTEL CUP Pepsi 400 Site -- Daytona Beach, Fla. When -- Saturday, 7:55 p.m. TV -- Chs. 45, 5 (7:30 p.m.) Trac -- Daytona International Speedway (2.5-mile tri-oval) Distance -- 160 laps, 400 miles 2005 winner -- Tony Stewart 2005 pole-sitter -- Tony Stewart INDY RACING LEAGUE Kansas Lottery Indy 300 Site -- Kansas City, Kan. When -- Sunday, 1 p.m. TV -- Chs. 2, 7 Track -- Kansas Speedway (1.5-mile oval) Distance -- 200 laps, 300 miles 2005 winner -- Tony Kanaan 2005 pole-sitter -- Danica Patrick FORMULA ONE United States Grand Prix Site -- Indianapolis When -- Sunday, 1 p.m. TV -- SPEED Track -- Indianapolis Motor Speedway (2.6-mile road course)
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May 20, 2012
It is irresponsible to claim, as the letter writer from Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) does, that eating meat is equivalent to smoking cigarettes ("Unhealthful foods kill more Americans every year than tobacco," May 13). In moderation, eating meat is perfectly fine. Studies of the supposed link between meat and cancer regularly find statistically weak or no associations. That's nowhere approaching the level of risk from cigarettes on lung cancer, which range upward of 20-fold.
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December 22, 2007
On December 19, 2007, FRANCES IRENE WILSON (nee McClellan); beloved wife of the late Jesse H. Wilson, Sr.; loving mother of Jesse H. Wilson, Jr. and the late Joyce L. Allen ; cherished grandmother of Denise L. Coxon, John H. Allen Jr., Jesse H. Wilson, III, and Justin L. Wilson; dear great-grandmother of John H. Allen, III. A Funeral service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, Monday 10 A.M. Interment...
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2012
Dyslexia slowed driver Justin Wilson in his pursuit of an education and his auto racing career, but it also was part of the reason he initially spent as much time as he could with the sport and it prepared him for his future. Auto racing provided Wilson a place where his athleticism and coordination took precedence over his ability to make out the meaning of words. "I found out at 13 I had dyslexia," Wilson said between practices for a recent race. "To that point I had struggled at school.
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September 7, 2001
Ryan Daniel Moore, 22, floor installer Ryan Daniel Moore, a floor installer, died Aug. 31 at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being injured in an automobile accident. He was 22. The Manchester resident, who worked with his father, owner of C.D. Flooring, was returning home when a speeding car rear-ended their pickup truck on Interstate 795 on Aug. 29. Mr. Moore was thrown from the truck, as was his father, Paul Daniel Moore, 51, who is recovering at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Mr. Moore was born in Baltimore and raised in Finksburg.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2001
RISING SUN - Kyle Headley's 35-second pin of Rising Sun's Erik Williams at 189 pounds completed a late surge and clinched No. 11 Franklin's 36-30 dual-meet victory over the previously unbeaten Cecil County champs. Headley's triumph followed consecutive wins by the Mays twins, Luke (160), who won by first-period fall, and Sam (171), who won by forfeit, to turn a 27-18 deficit into an insurmountable lead of 36-27. The Mays brothers are both 8-1 on the year. Franklin improved to 4-1, while Rising Sun dropped to 5-1. "It looked like he was trying to shoot doubles and singles, but I sucked him in ... and threw him right over," said Headley.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | March 21, 2013
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta and Pirates left-hander Jonathan Sanchez dueled into the late innings on Thursday night with neither starter allowing a run. Arrieta - who emerged as the front runner for the team's open No. 5 starter position - pitched six scoreless innings in an eventual scoreless 10-inning tie with Pittsburgh. Arrieta stranded five runners in scoring position and escaped two-on, one-out jams in both the fourth and fifth innings. Sanchez held the Orioles to two hits - both of them singles by third baseman Manny Machado - in five innings.
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February 9, 2011
While Maryland state lawmakers consider instituting a five-cent fee on plastic bags, you should consider this: Those polypropylene bags that will replace them are likely to bring dangerous bacteria like E. coli in contact with your food. ( "The (occasional) virtues of nickel-and-diming," Feb. 8). According to a recent survey from Opinion Research Corporation, more than half of the people who do their grocery shopping with reusable bags have never washed them. This is despite the fact that a recent study from the University of Arizona found that more than half of the bags they tested came up positive for coliform, while 11 percent tested positive for E. coli.
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