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December 30, 1998
No. 14 Nebraska (9-3) vs.No. 5 Arizona (11-1)When: Tonight, 8Where: San DiegoTV: ESPNLine: Nebraska by 3Series record: Tied 0-0-1Outlook: With Bobby Newcombe still sidelined, Eric Crouch starts at QB for Nebraska. The return of I-back DeAngelo Evans from a tailbone injury should bolster the option offense. The defense boasts a number of strong players but is vulnerable against the pass. Arizona is enjoying the best season in school history. Keith Smith and Ortege Jenkins split time at QB, although Smith played more late in the season.
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December 14, 2008
Today PITTSBURGH AT RAVENS STEELERS: Out: DE Brett Keisel (knee), T Marvel Smith (back). Questionable: RB Carey Davis (calf). Probable: LB James Harrison (knee), S Troy Polamalu (calf). RAVENS: Doubtful: WR Marcus Maxwell (hip), RB Ray Rice (calf). Probable: WR Mark Clayton (knee), WR Yamon Figurs (knee), T Jared Gaither (shoulder), G David Hale (ankle), S Jim Leonhard (illness), WR Derrick Mason (shoulder), S Ed Reed (thigh), CB Samari Rolle (thigh), K Matt Stover (right ankle). BUFFALO AT N.Y. JETS BILLS: Out: CB Jabari Greer (knee)
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | May 6, 1995
For its most important game of the season, North Harford not only had several of its players come through with outstanding efforts, but also showed it doesn't need scoring from senior star Keith Smith to win.North Harford (10-3, 6-0) led all the way last night in an 11-5 defeat of visiting C. Milton Wright (10-4, 6-1).Wright, which had beaten Fallston, 9-8, in an emotional game Wednesday, was within three goals as late as the start of the fourth quarter, but had nothing left for a stretch run.North Harford coach John Grubb, who saw his team clinch no worse than a tie for the county title -- it will conclude its regular season at home against Edgewood Tuesday night -- challenged some of his players, and they responded.
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By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2003
After 37 years in the classroom, Agnes Galloway is finally getting the extra help she's been wishing for since her first year of teaching. Last month, the eighth-grade language arts teacher at Old Mill Middle School-North received a three-ring binder that contains a day-to-day outline of the lessons she will be expected to teach, with suggested texts for her pupils to read. "I think they're wonderful," Galloway said of the pacing guides, part of an aggressive push by Anne Arundel school officials to provide students with a similar learning environment across schools.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | April 29, 1995
Keith Smith capped an outstanding game with a goal 41 seconds into overtime to give visiting North Harford an 8-7 victory over Fallston in a matchup of two of the best Harford County League teams last night.There was one lead change sandwiched around two ties as the teams saved their best for the last four minutes of the fourth quarter. Fittingly, two midfielders who had waged a friendly battle all evening -- Todd Paradise of Fallston and Smith -- were in the spotlight.First it was Paradise, bothered by the flu and gasping for breath, who brought the Cougars level at 6 with 3:41 left.
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By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2003
After 37 years in the classroom, Agnes Galloway is finally getting the extra help she's been wishing for since her first year of teaching. Last month, the eighth-grade language arts teacher at Old Mill Middle School-North received a three-ring binder that contains a day-to-day outline of the lessons she will be expected to teach, with suggested texts for her pupils to read. "I think they're wonderful," Galloway said of the pacing guides, part of an aggressive push by Anne Arundel school officials to provide students with a similar learning environment across county schools.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | October 8, 1992
Fallston High School has not lost a boys soccer game to a Harford County opponent in three years, but it has had some close calls.One of those was against North Harford two years ago, and the Hawks played the county champions tough again last year. Now, North Harford gets another chance against its rival -- at home this afternoon.No. 5 Fallston (5-0 overall, 1-0 county) is its usual unbeaten self in the county, but so is North Harford (5-1, 2-0), and the Hawks have the potential to be streak-breakers.
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By Geri Hastings and Geri Hastings,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 26, 1998
KEITH AND RUTH Smith of Clarksville have been answering calls for help from Marylanders for six years.The Smiths are volunteers for the Family Tree's StressLine -- 800-243-7337.The service is part of a 24-hour hot line providing support, crisis intervention, information and referrals statewide.The Family Tree, a nonprofit agency, focuses on preventing child abuse and neglect.Formed by a merger of Parents Anonymous and the Child Abuse Prevention Center, the organization provides free services and is staffed by volunteers.
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By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2003
After 37 years in the classroom, Agnes Galloway is finally getting the extra help she's been wishing for since her first year of teaching. Last month, the eighth-grade language arts teacher at Old Mill Middle School-North received a three-ring binder that contains a day-to-day outline of the lessons she will be expected to teach, with suggested texts for her pupils to read. "I think they're wonderful," Galloway said of the pacing guides, part of an aggressive push by Anne Arundel school officials to provide students with a similar learning environment across schools.
SPORTS
October 7, 2007
Today Arizona at St. Louis CARDINALS -- Out: T Levi Brown (ankle) Doubtful: WR Anquan Boldin (hip). Probable: DT Alan Branch (hand), LB Karlos Dansby (shoulder), RB Marcel Shipp (ribs), DE Joe Tafoya (hamstring). RAMS -- Out: WR Isaac Bruce (hamstring), S Corey Chavous (pectoral), G Adam Goldberg (knee), CB Tye Hill (back), RB Steven Jackson (groin), WR Dane Looker (thigh), LB Raonall Smith (knee). Questionable: QB Marc Bulger (ribs), DE James Hall (pectoral). Probable: WR Drew Bennett (thigh)
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By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2003
After 37 years in the classroom, Agnes Galloway is finally getting the extra help she's been wishing for since her first year of teaching. Last month, the eighth-grade language arts teacher at Old Mill Middle School-North received a three-ring binder that contains a day-to-day outline of the lessons she will be expected to teach, with suggested texts for her pupils to read. "I think they're wonderful," Galloway said of the pacing guides, part of an aggressive push by Anne Arundel school officials to provide students with a similar learning environment across county schools.
SPORTS
December 30, 1998
No. 14 Nebraska (9-3) vs.No. 5 Arizona (11-1)When: Tonight, 8Where: San DiegoTV: ESPNLine: Nebraska by 3Series record: Tied 0-0-1Outlook: With Bobby Newcombe still sidelined, Eric Crouch starts at QB for Nebraska. The return of I-back DeAngelo Evans from a tailbone injury should bolster the option offense. The defense boasts a number of strong players but is vulnerable against the pass. Arizona is enjoying the best season in school history. Keith Smith and Ortege Jenkins split time at QB, although Smith played more late in the season.
NEWS
By Geri Hastings and Geri Hastings,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 26, 1998
KEITH AND RUTH Smith of Clarksville have been answering calls for help from Marylanders for six years.The Smiths are volunteers for the Family Tree's StressLine -- 800-243-7337.The service is part of a 24-hour hot line providing support, crisis intervention, information and referrals statewide.The Family Tree, a nonprofit agency, focuses on preventing child abuse and neglect.Formed by a merger of Parents Anonymous and the Child Abuse Prevention Center, the organization provides free services and is staffed by volunteers.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | May 6, 1995
For its most important game of the season, North Harford not only had several of its players come through with outstanding efforts, but also showed it doesn't need scoring from senior star Keith Smith to win.North Harford (10-3, 6-0) led all the way last night in an 11-5 defeat of visiting C. Milton Wright (10-4, 6-1).Wright, which had beaten Fallston, 9-8, in an emotional game Wednesday, was within three goals as late as the start of the fourth quarter, but had nothing left for a stretch run.North Harford coach John Grubb, who saw his team clinch no worse than a tie for the county title -- it will conclude its regular season at home against Edgewood Tuesday night -- challenged some of his players, and they responded.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | April 29, 1995
Keith Smith capped an outstanding game with a goal 41 seconds into overtime to give visiting North Harford an 8-7 victory over Fallston in a matchup of two of the best Harford County League teams last night.There was one lead change sandwiched around two ties as the teams saved their best for the last four minutes of the fourth quarter. Fittingly, two midfielders who had waged a friendly battle all evening -- Todd Paradise of Fallston and Smith -- were in the spotlight.First it was Paradise, bothered by the flu and gasping for breath, who brought the Cougars level at 6 with 3:41 left.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | October 8, 1992
Fallston High School has not lost a boys soccer game to a Harford County opponent in three years, but it has had some close calls.One of those was against North Harford two years ago, and the Hawks played the county champions tough again last year. Now, North Harford gets another chance against its rival -- at home this afternoon.No. 5 Fallston (5-0 overall, 1-0 county) is its usual unbeaten self in the county, but so is North Harford (5-1, 2-0), and the Hawks have the potential to be streak-breakers.
SPORTS
September 25, 1990
Frostburg State (3-0) has one of Division III's best defensive units, a development fourth-year coach Dennis Riccio attributes largely to his three down linemen."
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September 25, 1990
Frostburg State (3-0) has one of Division III's best defensive units, a development fourth-year coach Dennis Riccio attributes largely to his three down linemen."
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