December 26, 2004
Kelly P. Drennon, daughter of Paula W. Mc Farland and the late Rear Admiral James S. Mc Farland, of Annapolis, MD, and William G. Karpovich, son of William V. and Theodora M. Karpovich, of Baltimore, MD, were married August 21, 2004. Among family and friends the ceremony and reception were held on the lawns of Severn Side Farm on the Severn River. Given in marriage by her mother, the bride was attended by her brothers, Matthew and Jeffery Mc Farland, as her Best Men. Attendants included her brother, Shane Drennon and sister Katie Drennon.
May 22, 2003
On May 19, 2003, ANNA C. (nee Karpovich), beloved wife of the late John Krysztofiak, devoted mother of Janice Shockey, John and Sharon Krysztofiak. Dear sister of Edward Karpowicz, Rita Vogl, Dorothy Kief, William and the late John Karpovich. Also survived by six grandchildren. Visitation Wednesday evening 7 to 9 P.M. and on Thursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME, 1211 Chesaco Ave. Funeral Service Friday 10 A.M. Interment Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery.
January 15, 1998
Calvert Hall athletic director Lou Eckerl announced yesterday the hiring of Andy Moore as the Cardinals' new soccer coach.Moore had been the JV assistant to Bill Karpovich, the Towson school's highly successful coach for 31 years who retired from coaching last fall.Moore, 28, a Rhode Island native and former baseball player at Dickinson College, has won two freshman titles and last year's JV championship at Calvert Hall."Karp's been a great mentor , and my philosophy is a lot similar," said Moore, a French teacher at the school.
November 13, 1997
In the aftermath of last Saturday's 1-0 victory over Archbishop Spalding for the 19th championship in his 31 seasons of coaching, Calvert Hall's Bill Karpovich stared across UMBC Stadium at the ocean of soccer fans.He knew what others around him did not: He had coached his last game.He was retiring from soccer, but not from his Calvert Hall classroom.Although the tough soccer coach, disciplinarian and East Baltimore native turned away from a bystander, trying to hide the fact that he was fighting back tears, he could not.So he wept, uncontrollably.
October 17, 1997
What seemed like a stroke of genius by Calvert Hall coach soccer Bill Karpovich became cruel and unusual punishment for Janet Scarfield.Her son, Brandon Scarfield, had been the catalyst for an upstart Archbishop Curley squad that had out-scored its five opponents by a combined 14-3, with three shutouts. Karpovich's Cardinals, struggling after their first loss, needed someone to neutralize him.Who better than Brandon's older brother, Frank, a Calvert Hall midfielder?"I had no idea they would be marking each other, and I was a nervous wreck watching them play," said Janet.
November 9, 1996
"The little Polish kid from Baltimore Street and Linwood Avenue," as Bill Karpovich calls himself, was somewhat out of his element. Nearly 40 years ago, he was a Johns Hopkins University freshman and said he "felt like the first East Baltimore kid to go there.""When I wasn't playing sports, I worked for years at Block's drug store, which is still on that corner," said Karpovich, a 1957 Patterson High School graduate who starred in baseball, his first love, and soccer. "Hopkins was a different world.