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June 30, 1992
Hank Gareis has been hired as St. Mary's varsity boys basketball coach, replacing Jim Sheehan, who resigned earlier this month after 10 years on the job, the school announced yesterday.Gareis, an Arnold resident, coached St. Mary's junior varsity team last year. His Saints went 10-6 and reached the semifinals of the Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference tournament."I think he'll do an outstanding job," said Carmine Blades, St. Mary's athletic director. "He did a great job as JV coach.
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February 28, 2013
St. Mary's High School in Annapolis is searching for a head boys varsity cross country coach and for a girls JV soccer coach and/or varsity assistant for the 2013 season. Qualified candidates should submit a resume and three references to Trey Whitty, Athletic Director, twhitty@stmarysannapolis.org or 113 Duke Of Gloucester St. Annapolis, MD 21401.
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By Pat O'Malley | January 26, 1994
Meade boys basketball coach Butch Young will have to wait for his 400th win. He was believed to be one win away, but is actually 27 away. Apparently, wins he earned as a JV coach at Brooklyn Park in the 1960s were erroneously added to his record.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2012
It's been a demanding week for Myles, and he's absolutely loving it.   In his second year as coach, his No. 2 Panthers are undefeated at 8-0 and this week in particular has shown what the team is made of. On Monday, the Panthers outdid Aquille Carr-led Princeton Day Academy, 72-66, and then came back on Wednesday to beat rival John Carroll, 40-39. In Friday's I-95 Invitational at Loyola University, the Panthers will take on highly touted Travis High (Texas), which features two of the nation's top recruits in twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.   Myles, who played basketball at Dunbar and Bowie State, has been at St. Frances for eight years.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,Staff writer | October 30, 1990
Two young women with famous names and links to this area have been named girls basketball coaches at Annapolis High School.Annapolis athletic director Fred Stauffer announced yesterday afternoon that Theresa Ross, daughter of Georgia Tech head football coach and former Maryland coach Bobby Ross, has been named head Panthers' girls coach while Anne Arundel County's All-time leading scorer, Patty Dages, has been named top assistant.The 24-year-old Ross is a graduate of High Point High School in Prince George's County and Loyola College in Baltimore.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | December 3, 1992
Despite two straight losing seasons, including last year's 3-17 campaign, Meade coach Molly Wilson is optimistic about this season.The Mustangs, who open at North County at 5:30 tomorrow night, have four players back and five promising underclassmen after the biggest turnout since the coach's first season. Forty-five girls, up from 20 last year, tried out for the team.Wilson, a 1983 graduate of Meade, returned to her alma mater as girls coach in 1989. She led the Mustangs to a 12-9 record her rookie season, but has gone 5-33 since then.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | December 12, 1996
Annapolis girls basketball coach Dave Griffith is upset by the remarks of St. Mary's JV coach Chuck Miller in yesterday's Sun."Annapolis dropped us this year after we beat them last year, and Arundel won't play us," said Miller, who was filling in for head coach Harry Dobson, who was ill, in the No. 2 Saints' 78-41 romp over Severna Park."
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By PAT O'MALLEY | October 6, 1993
There's something to be said for the job Don Banks did as softball coach at Arundel High, but there is also something to be said against his performance.After five years on the job, Banks did not have his contract renewed by Arundel principal Kenneth Catlin. The job was advertised, and former Severna Park High coach Paul Yannuzzi was hired as the new coach.Banks was one of just 16 black varsity head coaches among 210 head varsity coaches in Anne Arundel County public schools, but in a six-page letter and hourlong interview he didn't point to race as the primary issue for his not being retained.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | February 18, 1993
Northeast High has promoted from within and hired a man who is no stranger to the Eagles' athletic program to succeed 14-year softball coach Lynn Pitonzo, whose teams won an unprecedented seven state titles.Ron Price, a 24-year teacher/coach at Northeast High who is the school's head boys soccer coach, has been named Pitonzo's successor and says he hopes to carry on the tradition."If it ain't broke, you don't fix it, and I expect to run the program pretty much the way Lynn did," said Price, a social studies teacher who in his time at Northeast has coached boys basketball and JV lacrosse.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 12, 2003
Ricky Lee, a former Division II All-American shooting guard at Capital University in Ohio, is Hammond's new boys varsity basketball coach. Lee, a corporal in the Howard County police department and an 18-year police veteran, is the school resource officer assigned to Hammond. The coaching position opened up after former coach Mark Murray, who held the position six years, took an administrative job as an assistant principal at Owen Brown Middle School. Lee, 46, was Hammond's JV coach last season, and the varsity assistant coach for two years before that.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 2, 2004
Lenny Schwarzmann has derived great pleasure from watching his daughter, Lauren, on the lacrosse field. In recent years, there have been All-County and All-Metro accolades, not to mention a county title and a trip to the state finals. This spring, however, Schwarzmann's biggest challenge is simply getting the opportunity to see his daughter play. The problem is the result of a merger between the old Central Maryland Conference, which included most teams from Carroll County, and the Monocacy Valley Athletic League, which included many teams from Frederick and Washington counties.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 12, 2003
Ricky Lee, a former Division II All-American shooting guard at Capital University in Ohio, is Hammond's new boys varsity basketball coach. Lee, a corporal in the Howard County police department and an 18-year police veteran, is the school resource officer assigned to Hammond. The coaching position opened up after former coach Mark Murray, who held the position six years, took an administrative job as an assistant principal at Owen Brown Middle School. Lee, 46, was Hammond's JV coach last season, and the varsity assistant coach for two years before that.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 13, 2002
At a school with no history and a football program experiencing growing pains, girls soccer has become king at Carroll County's Century. Now, the first-year varsity team stands on the brink of a most unlikely coronation. The No. 10 Knights (14-1) - whose roster includes 14 freshmen or sophomores, and not one senior - will challenge defending co-champion Bethesda-Chevy Chase for the Class 2A state title at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at UMBC. For players, who came out of the pipelines of nearby South Carroll and Liberty last season to go 11-0-2 on JV in the school's first year of existence, the winning aura has had its perks.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 5, 2002
Bill Rumbaugh's dream team continues to take shape. Rumbaugh, the outgoing athletic director at North Carroll, is currently assembling his staff for his new post as AD at Winters Mill, which is set to open this fall. Rumbaugh yesterday confirmed that he has tabbed Westminster's Dave Herman as the school's first boys basketball coach. Herman, long rumored to be making the jump since being appointed to Winters Mill's initial leadership team in the summer of 2000, will coach JV next season before the school begins its varsity slate in 2003-04.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2001
On the high school level, playing for Howard County's Centennial volleyball team is the equivalent of wearing the New York Yankees pinstripes in major-league baseball. Centennial has won more state volleyball titles (10) than any other Maryland school - five of them in a row - with no end in sight. For Southern California native Kelsey Tyree, watching Centennial play was love at first sight. "As an eighth-grader, I saw Centennial play, and right then and there, my ultimate goal was to wear that jersey and play for that team," said Tyree, a 6-foot-2 senior hitter.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | October 21, 1998
A junior varsity football assistant at North County High School, who coached seven games without the required background check, was banned yesterday by Anne Arundel County school officials after they began investigating his role in an altercation at a game last week.The volunteer assistant, Maurice Bowie Sr., also had been chosen by the newly appointed head basketball coach, Mike Francis, to coach the school's JV basketball team.Francis, 29, was named to the head coaching position last Friday in a move that has prompted a disgruntled applicant to contend he is a victim of age and race discrimination.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | June 19, 1992
Patience, and above all loyalty, was rewarded yesterday when 50-year-old assistant athletic director Bill Zucco was chosen head football coach at Arundel High.Zucco, who succeeds Buddy Hepfer as head coach, came to Arundel 26 years ago by way of Marley and MacArthur junior high schools. His first teaching assignment was at Marley for one year, and then it was two years at MacArthur in Fort Meade before he landed a social studies teaching position at Arundel High in 1966.That first year in Gambrills, Zucco became an assistant on the staff of the late Jerry Mears.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 11, 1997
Klaude Krannebitter, one of the county's best basketball coaches, has resigned from the job at Glenelg.Krannebitter, 34, a talented singer who starred in the musical "Carousel" at Essex Community College this summer, said he wants to spend more time on singing and theater.In his first season as varsity head coach in 1993-94, he led the Gladiators to a 15-8 record. The team posted a 39-47 record in his four seasons. He also spent seven seasons as JV coach at Glenelg, which over the years frequently has not been blessed with outstanding basketball talent.
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By Jamison Hensley and Steven Kivinski | September 3, 1998
Arlington Baptist Eagles1997 record: 3-7Coach: Andy GosselTop players: Scott Booker, Sr., M; Jason Jones, Jr., F; Enoch Brix, Sr., DOutlook: The Eagles, who for the first time since 1994 won't have to adjust to a new coach, should be more cohesive moving the ball upfield with better passing and spacing.Beth Tfiloh Warriors1997 record: 6-8Co-coaches: Howard Burkom, Bruce LubichTop players: Eliot Burkom, Soph., M; Joe Rombro, Jr., D; Chanan Weissman, Soph., M; Aaron Hollander, Jr., M.Outlook: Burkom and Lubich, assistant coaches for the past two years, inherit a team with no seniors.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | March 19, 1998
The girls lacrosse picture in Carroll County offers about as many questions as there are teams:Was North Carroll's championship a one-shot production?Was Liberty's failure to extend its string of county titles simply a case of taking a year off to reload?Will Westminster continue to build on a program that has improved dramatically recently.South Carroll, on the other hand, presents a situation the other schools have not had to worry about for some time: a new coach.Bridget Harris, a graduate of North Carroll and Salisbury State, got the job shortly before Christmas, so she was able to observe some of her players in a winter league.
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