October 26, 2005
BOYS SPORT FOOTBALL Jake Bohn, Mount St. Joseph STATS -- Bohn has played running back, linebacker, safety and on special teams. A junior who has played football for 10 years, he is the Gaels' top tackler. He has rushed for six touchdowns, caught a pass for another score and has an interception for a touchdown - all while competing in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, widely considered Maryland's best league. SIDELINES -- Bohn, who also wrestles and plays lacrosse, has a 3.9 grade point average.
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.
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.
February 7, 1996
A couple of two-time All-Metro players of the year, Dunbar's football and basketball star Tommy Polley and McDonogh's girls soccer standout Laurie Schwoy, head the list of local athletes who will sign letters of intent today, the beginning of the NCAA signing period.Polley, who chose Florida State over Maryland and Florida, will sign a football scholarship at his home that will allow him to play basketball as well. The 6-foot-5, 210-pound Polley was a member of five state championship teams at Dunbar, two in football and three in basketball.
July 21, 1991
From: Sandy FeindtJarrettsvilleTo: Katherine DunnI just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed reading the supplement, Seniors in Stride, in The Harford County Sun July 7. I read it from cover to cover and, quite frankly, got tired just thinking about these people and their commitment to stayingin shape.As I am approaching my 40th birthday this month, I mustadmit that I'm not in good physical shape, mainly because I've become lazy in some of my habits. I would certainly like to enjoy a long and productive life, and these people seem to have the right formula for that.