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February 18, 1996
The Harford County wrestling championships, postponed for a second time yesterday, are rescheduled for tomorrow and Tuesday at North Harford High School.The opening program will begin at 3 p.m., and Tuesday's time will depend upon how many rounds are completed the night before.Friday's scheduled opening round was postponed to Saturday because of the snowstorm, but Friday night county transportation officials took care of Saturday when they refused to release school buses for team travel.Aberdeen, led by defending 103-pound champion Kevin Carter (17-1)
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2001
TAMPA, Fla. - Michael Strahan made his debut at a Super Bowl last year in Atlanta. Though he had gone to the festivities leading up to the game throughout his eight-year career with the New York Giants, Strahan had never actually been inside the stadium while it was being played. "I couldn't bring myself to do it," he said earlier this week. Strahan went to the Georgia Dome to watch the St. Louis Rams play the Tennessee Titans at the insistence of his wife, Jean. The down-to-the-wire victory by the Rams proved to be all Strahan could handle.
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SPORTS
December 3, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to terms with P David Weathers on two-year contract.Royals: Named Brent Strom pitching coach.BasketballSpurs: Placed F Samaki Walker (ankle) on injured list. Activated C Felton Spencer.Warriors: Placed F Donyell Marshall (knee) on injured list.CollegesCentral Michigan: Named Mike DeBord football coach.Northern Illinois: Agreed to terms with Joe Novak, football coach, on five-year contract extension.FootballNFL: Fined Packers DL Billy Lyon $7,500 for a late hit on 49ers QB Steve Stenstrom.
SPORTS
December 3, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to terms with P David Weathers on two-year contract.Royals: Named Brent Strom pitching coach.BasketballSpurs: Placed F Samaki Walker (ankle) on injured list. Activated C Felton Spencer.Warriors: Placed F Donyell Marshall (knee) on injured list.CollegesCentral Michigan: Named Mike DeBord football coach.Northern Illinois: Agreed to terms with Joe Novak, football coach, on five-year contract extension.FootballNFL: Fined Packers DL Billy Lyon $7,500 for a late hit on 49ers QB Steve Stenstrom.
NEWS
July 30, 1994
* Erwin Ringel, 73, a psychiatrist and prominent Austrian social critic and author of a best-selling book on anti-Semitism, died of a heart attack Thursday in Vienna. Mr. Ringel, who denounced Adolf Hitler during World War II, drew attention late in vTC life as an opponent of Kurt Waldheim, who was elected president in 1986 despite having served in Hitler's army. His book "The Austrian Soul," published in 1984, became a best seller.* Kevin Carter, 33, who won the 1994 Pulitzer Prize for a photograph of a vulture standing near a starving Sudanese child, died Wednesday of carbon monoxide poisoning, an apparent suicide.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1996
Kevin Carter (19-1), defending 103-pound champion, and James Axel (20-2), a 112-pound finalist a year ago, scored victories in the first two title matches, and Aberdeen went on to wrap up its 12th straight Harford County championship at North Harford last night.They turned out to be the Eagles' only individual titlists, but earlier outstanding performances in the consolation round had helped set up another championship for 24-year coach Dick Slutzky and turned the meet into its perennial race for second place.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2001
TAMPA, Fla. - Michael Strahan made his debut at a Super Bowl last year in Atlanta. Though he had gone to the festivities leading up to the game throughout his eight-year career with the New York Giants, Strahan had never actually been inside the stadium while it was being played. "I couldn't bring myself to do it," he said earlier this week. Strahan went to the Georgia Dome to watch the St. Louis Rams play the Tennessee Titans at the insistence of his wife, Jean. The down-to-the-wire victory by the Rams proved to be all Strahan could handle.
SPORTS
February 28, 2008
More Moves BILLS -- Released RB Anthony Thomas, LB Coy Wire and CB Jerametrius Butler. Waived G Aaron Merz. BROWNS -- Released DL Orpheus Roye. BUCCANEERS -- Released DE Kevin Carter and DE Greg Spires. COLTS -- Released LB Rob Morris and DT Anthony McFarland. 49ERS -- Re-signed NT Isaac Sopoaga to five-year contract. LIONS -- Signed S Dwight Smith to two-year contract. PANTHERS -- Signed WR Muhsin Muhammad two-year contract. SAINTS -- Signed G Jamar Nesbit to three-year contract.
SPORTS
July 5, 2000
Quote: "I was running with my head down. I didn't even see it go out and I almost tripped over first base." - Keith McDonald, who became the third Cardinal to homer in his first major-league at-bat It's a fact: The national anthem in St. Louis was a saxophone solo by Rams all-pro defensive end Kevin Carter. Who's hot: The Phillies' Scott Rolen has a 12-game hitting streak, raising his average from .257 to .292. Who's not: The Reds' Ken Griffey is in a 2-for-23 slump. On deck: Hank Aaron, the major-league career home run leader with 755, will throw out the first pitch before the All-Star Game.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown | August 1, 1999
The Baltimore Museum of Industry took on the business of a barbecue for South Baltimore Learning Center's SoBoQ-8.The museum was dressed in red, white and blue for this year's theme of a 1940s USO swing dance. Inside, some of the 240 guests listened to and Lindied to the tunes of the New Legacy Jazz Band. Outside, others lined up for pit beef and chicken kebabs.Among those indoors and out: Sonia Socha, SBLC executive director; Kevin Carter, event chair; Nadia Batcha, Don Huber and Betty Johnson, event committee members; Chris Rosenthal, SBLC board chair; Lori Marsalek, board member; Catherine Flynn, partner at Mead & Flynn; Sherry Welch, president of the Welch Co.; Jack Harvey, a biologist at Aberdeen Proving Ground; and Tom Lawler, Citizens National Bank VP.The swinging shindig raised more than $20,000 for SBLC's adult-literacy programs.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1996
Kevin Carter (19-1), defending 103-pound champion, and James Axel (20-2), a 112-pound finalist a year ago, scored victories in the first two title matches, and Aberdeen went on to wrap up its 12th straight Harford County championship at North Harford last night.They turned out to be the Eagles' only individual titlists, but earlier outstanding performances in the consolation round had helped set up another championship for 24-year coach Dick Slutzky and turned the meet into its perennial race for second place.
SPORTS
February 18, 1996
The Harford County wrestling championships, postponed for a second time yesterday, are rescheduled for tomorrow and Tuesday at North Harford High School.The opening program will begin at 3 p.m., and Tuesday's time will depend upon how many rounds are completed the night before.Friday's scheduled opening round was postponed to Saturday because of the snowstorm, but Friday night county transportation officials took care of Saturday when they refused to release school buses for team travel.Aberdeen, led by defending 103-pound champion Kevin Carter (17-1)
NEWS
July 30, 1994
* Erwin Ringel, 73, a psychiatrist and prominent Austrian social critic and author of a best-selling book on anti-Semitism, died of a heart attack Thursday in Vienna. Mr. Ringel, who denounced Adolf Hitler during World War II, drew attention late in vTC life as an opponent of Kurt Waldheim, who was elected president in 1986 despite having served in Hitler's army. His book "The Austrian Soul," published in 1984, became a best seller.* Kevin Carter, 33, who won the 1994 Pulitzer Prize for a photograph of a vulture standing near a starving Sudanese child, died Wednesday of carbon monoxide poisoning, an apparent suicide.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | January 29, 1995
ASHEVILLE, N.C. -- Victor Newman tapped in Kevin Carter's missed shot with 47 seconds left in overtime to give UNC-Asheville the lead for good and the Bulldogs handed Towson State an 84-79 Big South loss yesterday.The Bulldogs (4-3, 8-9) earned their first win over the Tigers (2-6, 7-9) in six tries.Michael Keyes made an 18-footer to give Towson State a 72-70 lead with one second left in regulation but committed a foul on Ralf Melis -- who caught a full-court pass and attempted to shoot from under the rim. Officials ruled that time had not expired before the foul and Melis hit both foul shots to force overtime.
SPORTS
July 17, 1995
BaseballOrioles -- Recalled C Cesar Devarez from Triple-A Rochester. Optioned P Armando Benitez to Rochester.Boston Red Sox -- Called up P Jeff Suppan from Double-A Trenton. Waived P Derek Lillequist.Chicago White Sox -- Waived P Rob Dibble for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release.Cincinnati Reds -- Activated OF Deion Sanders from the disabled list. Placed OF Eric Anthony on the 15-day disabled list with a strained tendon under his right kneecap.Kansas City Royals -- Placed 2B Edgar Caceres on the 15-day disabled list.
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