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March 24, 2011
• Brya Freeland, Archbishop Spalding, senior, guard • Domonique Hagins, South River, junior, guard • Rachael Holehouse, Fallston, junior, guard • Tyshell King, St. Frances, sophomore, guard • Emily Russo, Glenelg, sophomore, guard • Amber Singletary, Seton Keough, senior, guard • Tenicia Spence, Western, senior, guard • Imani Bailey,...
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March 16, 2012
1. McDonogh Coach: Chris Robinson Last season: 19-0, ranked No. 1 Postseason: IAAM A Conference champion Outlook: Riding a 51-game winning streak, the Eagles know every one of their opponents has that game circled in red on its schedule. With eight returning starters, including All-Metro Player of the Year Taylor Cummings, the Eagles show no signs of letting up. Look for them to make a strong run at their fourth straight A Conference championship.
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SPORTS
December 5, 2003
The Sun's 2003 Winter Preview was written by Katherine Dunn, Mike Frainie, Glenn P. Graham, Edward Lee, Pat O'Malley, Rich Scherr, Jeff Seidel, Derek Toney and Jeff Zrebiec. The copy editor was Mike Reeb. The designer was Steve Andrulonis. The section editor was Stan Rappaport. Contributing cover photographs were Andre F. Chung, Karl Merton Ferron, Lloyd Fox, David Hobby, Jerry Jackson, Jed Kirschbaum, Kenneth K. Lam, Monica Lopossay, Steve Ruark, Gene Sweeney Jr. and Colby Ware.
SPORTS
March 24, 2011
• Brya Freeland, Archbishop Spalding, senior, guard • Domonique Hagins, South River, junior, guard • Rachael Holehouse, Fallston, junior, guard • Tyshell King, St. Frances, sophomore, guard • Emily Russo, Glenelg, sophomore, guard • Amber Singletary, Seton Keough, senior, guard • Tenicia Spence, Western, senior, guard • Imani Bailey,...
SPORTS
December 9, 2010
• Aaron Overton, Patterson, QB, senior • Darin Washington, Havre de Grace, QB, junior • Brandon Bayer, North Harford, RB, senior • Demond Brown, Old Mill, RB, senior • Vince DiPaola, Hereford, RB, senior • Epe Henriques, Dunbar, RB, senior • Deemer Class, Loyola, WR, junior • Brandon Soderstrom, Century, WR, senior ...
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October 5, 2005
BOYS SPORT CROSS COUNTRY Bryant Brown, Mervo STATS -- He clocked a personal best of 17 minutes, 43 seconds to win the Sept. 28 Eastside title over a three-mile course at Herring Run Park, establishing himself as the Mustangs' No. 1 runner and a contender for this year's Baltimore City crown. A "B" student, the senior won last year's indoor titles in the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs. SIDELINES -- He won an Amateur Athletic Union regional crown in the steeplechase in Hampton, Va., in July, and finished eighth at the ensuing junior national championships in August in Louisiana.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 20, 2008
First-year Pikesville football coach Jamie Willis came into this season with admittedly modest goals after taking over a team that won just two games a year ago. "When I took the job, I told the kids in our first meeting that we're going to work hard and get what we deserve," Willis said. Never did he imagine his Panthers would earn a spot in the regional final. That's where they are, however, as they will host Catoctin tomorrow in the 2A North final. The Panthers (7-4) already have left their mark, winning their first postseason game ever, 22-18 over New Town last week.
NEWS
May 19, 2009
At UMBC Stadium Boys Class 2A-1A NO. 15 PIKESVILLE (14-3) VS. QUEEN ANNE'S (13-3) Time: 6 p.m. Outlook: The Panthers stunned defending state champ Glenelg, 8-7, in the semifinal round, with Eric Bass scoring the game-winning goal with 31 seconds left. Bass (47 goals, 20 assists) and Ned Scher (40, 28) lead the Pikesville attack, while goalie Erick Zarzecki (11 saves against Glenelg) anchors the team's defense with a .697 save percentage. Pikesville will have to contend with a versatile Queen Anne's attack that features four players with 30 or more goals.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn | May 23, 2004
Today's NCAA women's game Division I final No. 1 Princeton (19-0) vs. No. 2 Virginia (18-3) Site: Princeton (N.J.) Stadium Time: 2 p.m. Outlook: The nation's best offense meets the nation's best defense. Virginia leads the country in scoring offense, averaging 13.89 goals a game. Princeton allows only 6.11 - more than a goal fewer than the next-best team. The tale was similar a year ago when defense won the struggle as Princeton prevailed, 8-7, in overtime. The Tigers have been a second-half team through the tournament, rallying from 5-3 down with seven minutes left to beat Dartmouth, 6-5, in overtime in the quarterfinals and breaking away from a 2-1 lead over Vanderbilt in an 11-3 semifinal win. The Tigers could be in trouble if they fall behind early today: The Cavaliers have not lost a game they've led at halftime this season.
SPORTS
December 9, 2010
• Aaron Overton, Patterson, QB, senior • Darin Washington, Havre de Grace, QB, junior • Brandon Bayer, North Harford, RB, senior • Demond Brown, Old Mill, RB, senior • Vince DiPaola, Hereford, RB, senior • Epe Henriques, Dunbar, RB, senior • Deemer Class, Loyola, WR, junior • Brandon Soderstrom, Century, WR, senior ...
NEWS
October 28, 2009
Football Undefeated Forest Park quietly leaving a 'legacy,' coach says With eight undefeated football teams remaining in the Baltimore area, there's sure to be one that gets overlooked. That one is Forest Park. The Foresters are quietly rolling along in Baltimore City's Division II, turning last season's 2-8 record into this season's 7-0 start. With no big stars and no huge victory margins, the Foresters are winning in true team fashion, and that's just the strategy first-year head coach Damon Bomar is looking for. Friday's victory over Southwestern was their closest yet, 18-12 in triple overtime.
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By From Sun staff and news services | September 28, 2009
Varsity City's Coxson, Poly's Goodson and Ali-El could return soon City quarterback Adrian Coxson, who suffered a shoulder injury in Friday's victory over Walbrook, could be back in the Knights' lineup within a couple of weeks, he said Sunday night. The senior said the injury is a small ligament tear in his left shoulder that happened on a hard tackle after he had passed the ball. Coxson has filled a void at quarterback for the Knights, although he has committed to Penn State as a wide receiver.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,GLENN.GRAHAM@BALTSUN.COM | September 16, 2009
It isn't often a boys soccer team looks forward to visiting Archbishop Curley. But last week, Calvert Hall welcomed the challenge. The No. 7 Cardinals, who failed to reach the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoffs and finished with a 6-8-3 record last year, needed it. After getting a late first-half goal from senior midfielder Elliott Crompton to take the lead, the Cardinals continued to press forward in the second to...
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May 20, 2009
Boys Class 3A-2A NO. 9 HEREFORD (18-1) VS. NO. 14 CENTENNIAL (15-3) Time: 6 p.m. Outlook: The defending state champ Bulls have won 15 straight games - including a 15-0 rout of Walkersville in the state semifinals - with aggressive and skilled play at both ends. The attack, led by Sean Konkolics, Rustin Bryant and Nick Pompa, has averaged more than 14 goals. Centennial has an equally impressive attack led by Harrison Chaires, Shane Jaeger and Greg Edmunds. Jaegerand Chaires accounted for 12 goals and three assists in the Eagles' 17-10 semifinal win over Easton.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 20, 2008
First-year Pikesville football coach Jamie Willis came into this season with admittedly modest goals after taking over a team that won just two games a year ago. "When I took the job, I told the kids in our first meeting that we're going to work hard and get what we deserve," Willis said. Never did he imagine his Panthers would earn a spot in the regional final. That's where they are, however, as they will host Catoctin tomorrow in the 2A North final. The Panthers (7-4) already have left their mark, winning their first postseason game ever, 22-18 over New Town last week.
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