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August 30, 1992
Head coach: Hayse Henderson (third season).Assistant coaches: Elliot Harvey, Scott Harmon, Tom Harmon and Mike Venom.1991 record: 5-5.Returnees: Seniors Mike Butz (OT-DT), Tyler Wilson (C), Clarence Peacock (FB-K), Daran Brown (DE) and Dave Ratliff (NG); junior Kenny Walker (RB-LB).Newcomers: Seniors Rick Jamison (RB) and Robert Jackson (SE-CB); juniors Tony Hartly (OT-LB), Mike Ellis (QB-S), Curtis Broum (QB-S) and Sean McNaboe (TE); sophomores Brian McIihargie (PK-QB), Raymond Ottis (RB-S)
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By Lem Satterfie and Lem Satterfie,ld Sun Staff Writer | July 25, 1994
Maryland's 20-16 victory in yesterday's second Chesapeake Football Classic at Memorial Stadium not only avenged last year's loss to Northern Virginia's All-Stars, but it also gave some lesser-known players a chance to shine.There was DeMatha quarterback John Thomas out-dueling The Washington Post's All-Metro pick Matt Shannon (West Springfield). Thomas earned Team Maryland Most Valuable Player honor by completing six of 13 passes for 196 yards and touchdowns of 77, 32 and 69 yards in a game played on the Canadian Football League field -- 110 yards from goal line to goal line and 20-yard end zones.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | February 22, 1994
Washington Bullets guard Calbert Cheaney will miss about three weeks after suffering a partial tear of the planter fascia tendon in his left heel during Sunday's game against the New Jersey Nets.With Cheaney out, the Bullets signed 7-foot-6 center Manute Bol, a 1985 draft pick of the team. Bol, signed to a 10-day contract, was released by the Miami Heat on Jan. 25 and was in uniform last night against his former team.Cheaney, who had career highs in points in each of the two games before his injury, said he heard something pop as he drove for a layup Sunday.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | July 25, 1994
Maryland's 20-16 victory in yesterday's second Chesapeake Football Classic at Memorial Stadium not only avenged last year's loss to Northern Virginia's All-Stars, but it also gave some lesser-known players a chance to shine.There was DeMatha quarterback John Thomas out-dueling The Washington Post's All-Metro pick Matt Shannon (West Springfield). Thomas earned Team Maryland Most Valuable Player honor by completing six of 13 passes for 196 yards and touchdowns of 77, 32 and 69 yards in a game played on the Canadian Football League field -- 110 yards from goal line to goal line and 20-yard end zones.
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By John Harris III and John Harris III,Contributing Writer | October 9, 1993
Ken Boyd's running clinic helped No. 8 Annapolis subdue visiting Meade, 35-13, last night in an Anne Arundel County 4A league matchup at Al Laramore Field.The senior running back darted through the Mustangs' defense for 221 yards and four touchdowns on 21 carries, however, Panthers coach Roy Brown was quick to give a large share of credit to his defensive unit."Kenny ran extremely well, but I think our defense was a key. Meade moved the ball very well in the first half, that's why they were only losing by seven [14-7]
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | November 4, 1993
With rosters due to the NBA by 6 p.m. today, the Washington Bullets got a little closer to the 12-man limit by placing veteran forward Buck Johnson on waivers yesterday.Johnson, a 6-foot-7 forward, signed as a free agent with the Bullets before last season after playing six years with the Houston Rockets. In six preseason games, Johnson averaged 4.2 points and 2.1 rebounds and shot 34.6 percent from the field.A first-round pick out of Alabama in 1986, Johnson started four seasons with the Rockets.
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By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | September 9, 1991
* THERE IS A SEASON, TURN, TURN, TURN: In the biggest upset of the first week of the high school football season, Meade, 1-9 last year, beat perennial playoff participant Springbrook of Montgomery County, 20-14. Springbrook had been ranked No. 6 in the Washington area, but did Meade's second-year coach Hayse Henderson think it was an upset?"No," he said.Now, that's confidence.Sophomore Kenny Walker ran for 165 yards on 13 carries for three touchdowns, but, said Henderson, "Kenny Walker wasn't the key. Our two-way tackles, Alfred Harris and Lavaniel Hicks, were."
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By Lem Satterfie and Lem Satterfie,ld Sun Staff Writer | July 25, 1994
Maryland's 20-16 victory in yesterday's second Chesapeake Football Classic at Memorial Stadium not only avenged last year's loss to Northern Virginia's All-Stars, but it also gave some lesser-known players a chance to shine.There was DeMatha quarterback John Thomas out-dueling The Washington Post's All-Metro pick Matt Shannon (West Springfield). Thomas earned Team Maryland Most Valuable Player honor by completing six of 13 passes for 196 yards and touchdowns of 77, 32 and 69 yards in a game played on the Canadian Football League field -- 110 yards from goal line to goal line and 20-yard end zones.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | October 8, 1993
Tonight's top two high school football games are set for 7:30 in Severna Park and Annapolis.Both games match teams coming off surprising losses against teams coming off big wins.The two games present a big decision for high school football fans who have no particular allegiance and enjoy taking in a Friday night game. I know I would love to be both places tonight.At Severna Park, the 12th-ranked Falcons (4-1) play host to homecoming night and the No. 10 North County Knights (4-1). Severna Park rolled over Chesapeake, 35-14, last week while North County was the victim of the season's most shocking upset, a 20-14 loss to Arundel.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | February 21, 1994
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- He was just hitting his stride, scoring career highs in back-to-back games. But yesterday Washington Bullets guard Calbert Cheaney became another casualty, joining a growing list of injured teammates.Cheaney was injured late in the second quarter yesterday against the New Jersey Nets after a drive to the basket left him sprawled on the ground, clutching his left foot. By game's end, the rookie was on crutches, and the Bullets were in need of a shooting guard after a 122-101 loss before a sellout of 20,049 at the Meadowlands Arena.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | February 22, 1994
Washington Bullets guard Calbert Cheaney will miss about three weeks after suffering a partial tear of the planter fascia tendon in his left heel during Sunday's game against the New Jersey Nets.With Cheaney out, the Bullets signed 7-foot-6 center Manute Bol, a 1985 draft pick of the team. Bol, signed to a 10-day contract, was released by the Miami Heat on Jan. 25 and was in uniform last night against his former team.Cheaney, who had career highs in points in each of the two games before his injury, said he heard something pop as he drove for a layup Sunday.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | February 21, 1994
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- He was just hitting his stride, scoring career highs in back-to-back games. But yesterday Washington Bullets guard Calbert Cheaney became another casualty, joining a growing list of injured teammates.Cheaney was injured late in the second quarter yesterday against the New Jersey Nets after a drive to the basket left him sprawled on the ground, clutching his left foot. By game's end, the rookie was on crutches, and the Bullets were in need of a shooting guard after a 122-101 loss before a sellout of 20,049 at the Meadowlands Arena.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | November 4, 1993
With rosters due to the NBA by 6 p.m. today, the Washington Bullets got a little closer to the 12-man limit by placing veteran forward Buck Johnson on waivers yesterday.Johnson, a 6-foot-7 forward, signed as a free agent with the Bullets before last season after playing six years with the Houston Rockets. In six preseason games, Johnson averaged 4.2 points and 2.1 rebounds and shot 34.6 percent from the field.A first-round pick out of Alabama in 1986, Johnson started four seasons with the Rockets.
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By John Harris III and John Harris III,Contributing Writer | October 9, 1993
Ken Boyd's running clinic helped No. 8 Annapolis subdue visiting Meade, 35-13, last night in an Anne Arundel County 4A league matchup at Al Laramore Field.The senior running back darted through the Mustangs' defense for 221 yards and four touchdowns on 21 carries, however, Panthers coach Roy Brown was quick to give a large share of credit to his defensive unit."Kenny ran extremely well, but I think our defense was a key. Meade moved the ball very well in the first half, that's why they were only losing by seven [14-7]
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By PAT O'MALLEY | October 8, 1993
Tonight's top two high school football games are set for 7:30 in Severna Park and Annapolis.Both games match teams coming off surprising losses against teams coming off big wins.The two games present a big decision for high school football fans who have no particular allegiance and enjoy taking in a Friday night game. I know I would love to be both places tonight.At Severna Park, the 12th-ranked Falcons (4-1) play host to homecoming night and the No. 10 North County Knights (4-1). Severna Park rolled over Chesapeake, 35-14, last week while North County was the victim of the season's most shocking upset, a 20-14 loss to Arundel.
NEWS
August 30, 1992
Head coach: Hayse Henderson (third season).Assistant coaches: Elliot Harvey, Scott Harmon, Tom Harmon and Mike Venom.1991 record: 5-5.Returnees: Seniors Mike Butz (OT-DT), Tyler Wilson (C), Clarence Peacock (FB-K), Daran Brown (DE) and Dave Ratliff (NG); junior Kenny Walker (RB-LB).Newcomers: Seniors Rick Jamison (RB) and Robert Jackson (SE-CB); juniors Tony Hartly (OT-LB), Mike Ellis (QB-S), Curtis Broum (QB-S) and Sean McNaboe (TE); sophomores Brian McIihargie (PK-QB), Raymond Ottis (RB-S)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | July 25, 1994
Maryland's 20-16 victory in yesterday's second Chesapeake Football Classic at Memorial Stadium not only avenged last year's loss to Northern Virginia's All-Stars, but it also gave some lesser-known players a chance to shine.There was DeMatha quarterback John Thomas out-dueling The Washington Post's All-Metro pick Matt Shannon (West Springfield). Thomas earned Team Maryland Most Valuable Player honor by completing six of 13 passes for 196 yards and touchdowns of 77, 32 and 69 yards in a game played on the Canadian Football League field -- 110 yards from goal line to goal line and 20-yard end zones.
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April 11, 1993
Fleer honors the dunk with second-series NBA subsets. The 36-card Slam Dunk set (shown, with Spud Webb) in NBA Series II has stars of the past and present, and 2,000 of the cards have been signed by Darryl Dawkins, Kenny Walker and Shawn Kemp. Ultra II features a 20-card Jam Session set, with 2,000 randomly inserted cards autographed by Duane Causwell, Pervis Ellison and Stacey Augmon.
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By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | September 9, 1991
* THERE IS A SEASON, TURN, TURN, TURN: In the biggest upset of the first week of the high school football season, Meade, 1-9 last year, beat perennial playoff participant Springbrook of Montgomery County, 20-14. Springbrook had been ranked No. 6 in the Washington area, but did Meade's second-year coach Hayse Henderson think it was an upset?"No," he said.Now, that's confidence.Sophomore Kenny Walker ran for 165 yards on 13 carries for three touchdowns, but, said Henderson, "Kenny Walker wasn't the key. Our two-way tackles, Alfred Harris and Lavaniel Hicks, were."
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