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February 20, 2000
Opponent: Kansas City Attack Site: Baltimore Arena Time: 3 p.m. Radio: WCBM (680 AM) Outlook: The Blast is coming off a 20-6 win over Montreal on Friday night. This is the first meeting of the season between the Attack and Blast. It marks the third game in a five-game homestand, and the second straight game against a first-place team. The Blast is 0-2 in matinee games this season.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2011
Missing in action much of the season, the Ravens' pass rush will stir once again on Sunday in Kansas City and give chase to Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel. Catching him, of course, will be the problem. Even with linebacker Terrell Suggs playing his best, the Ravens posted a franchise-low 27 sacks in the regular season. Filtered another way, the Ravens ranked last in the league in sacks-per-play. Their previous low ranking in sacks per play was 26th in their maiden season of 1996.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | November 30, 1996
For Warren Westcoat, it was a show of faith by the Kansas City Attack. The club let Brett Phillips go and signed Westcoat to a three-year contract extension.That was pretty heady stuff for Westcoat, even though he has been Kansas City's No. 1 goalie for most of this decade.But the Severna Park High grad had missed parts of the last two years with major injuries and did little more than watch while Phillips helped the Attack finish second to the Cleveland Crunch in the National Professional Soccer League last season.
SPORTS
February 20, 2000
Opponent: Kansas City Attack Site: Baltimore Arena Time: 3 p.m. Radio: WCBM (680 AM) Outlook: The Blast is coming off a 20-6 win over Montreal on Friday night. This is the first meeting of the season between the Attack and Blast. It marks the third game in a five-game homestand, and the second straight game against a first-place team. The Blast is 0-2 in matinee games this season.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | March 10, 1995
The Spirit will be without three starters tomorrow night when it takes on the Dayton Dynamo at the Baltimore Arena.National Professional Soccer League commissioner Steve Paxos suspended midfielder Jon Parry, forward Brad Smith and defender Lance Johnson for one game yesterday and fined each an undisclosed amount for their involvement in an altercation with the Kansas City Attack on Saturday.Parry was ejected for punching the Attack's Goran Hunjak. Smith and Johnson were dismissed for leaving the penalty box after the brawl that followed interrupted the third period for 30 minutes.
SPORTS
By DOUG BROWN | January 25, 1995
The Spirit's Franklin McIntosh and Lance Johnson and the Dayton Dynamo's Jeff De Vettori and Chris Pfau are about to pay the penalty for fighting.They will be suspended by the National Professional Soccer League for at least one game and fined a minimum of $75 for fighting during the Spirit's 29-10 victory Sunday in Dayton. League director of operations Paul Luchowski said additional disciplinary measures could be taken after the game film is reviewed."If the benches emptied, we can't have that kind of stuff," Luchowski said.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2011
Missing in action much of the season, the Ravens' pass rush will stir once again on Sunday in Kansas City and give chase to Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel. Catching him, of course, will be the problem. Even with linebacker Terrell Suggs playing his best, the Ravens posted a franchise-low 27 sacks in the regular season. Filtered another way, the Ravens ranked last in the league in sacks-per-play. Their previous low ranking in sacks per play was 26th in their maiden season of 1996.
SPORTS
January 29, 1999
Opponent: Kansas City AttackSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 7: 35Radio: WJFK (1300 AM)Outlook: The Blast (9-12) is looking to even the score for its 23-17 setback in Kansas City (9-12) last weekend. The Attack won two of three on a three-game weekend, losing to Cleveland in overtime Sunday. K.C. is solid on defense with All-Stars Kim Roentved and Wes Wade defending in front of Scoop Stanisic and Warren Westcoat in goal. It's Blast T-shirt night.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | November 30, 1996
For Warren Westcoat, it was a show of faith by the Kansas City Attack. The club let Brett Phillips go and signed Westcoat to a three-year contract extension.That was pretty heady stuff for Westcoat, even though he has been Kansas City's No. 1 goalie for most of this decade.But the Severna Park High grad had missed parts of the last two years with major injuries and did little more than watch while Phillips helped the Attack finish second to the Cleveland Crunch in the National Professional Soccer League last season.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | March 10, 1995
The Spirit will be without three starters tomorrow night when it takes on the Dayton Dynamo at the Baltimore Arena.National Professional Soccer League commissioner Steve Paxos suspended midfielder Jon Parry, forward Brad Smith and defender Lance Johnson for one game yesterday and fined each an undisclosed amount for their involvement in an altercation with the Kansas City Attack on Saturday.Parry was ejected for punching the Attack's Goran Hunjak. Smith and Johnson were dismissed for leaving the penalty box after the brawl that followed interrupted the third period for 30 minutes.
SPORTS
By DOUG BROWN | January 25, 1995
The Spirit's Franklin McIntosh and Lance Johnson and the Dayton Dynamo's Jeff De Vettori and Chris Pfau are about to pay the penalty for fighting.They will be suspended by the National Professional Soccer League for at least one game and fined a minimum of $75 for fighting during the Spirit's 29-10 victory Sunday in Dayton. League director of operations Paul Luchowski said additional disciplinary measures could be taken after the game film is reviewed."If the benches emptied, we can't have that kind of stuff," Luchowski said.
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