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By Paul McMullen | June 21, 1991
* VS. SALT LAKE STING* WHEN: Tonight, 9:35.* WHERE: Salt Lake City, Utah.* RADIO: WCBM-AM 680 (10 p.m., tape delay).* OUTLOOK: Riding a 15-game win streak in the American Professional Soccer League, the Bays (7-0) are heavy favorites to handle the Sting (2-7). Derek Sanderson has three goals and an assist for Salt Lake, one of three Western teams that merged into the APSL this season. The Bays are rolling behind Jean Harbor, who has scored seven of their 16 goals and assisted on four others.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | November 5, 2004
Matchup: Philadelphia KiXX (1-0) vs. Blast (2-1) Site: 1st Mariner Arena Time: 7:35 Radio: WCBM (680 AM) Outlook: This will be the first of eight games between these Eastern Division rivals. A year ago, the teams split six seasonal meetings, with each going 2-1 on its home carpet. The KiXX are off to a good start, having defeated the Cleveland Force, 11-8, in their season opener. Pat Morris led the scoring with three goals and one assist, good enough to earn MISL Offensive Player of the Week honors Oct. 24. The Blast comes into this game off its 8-7 overtime victory in St. Louis in which Giuliano Celenza tied the game late in the fourth quarter and P.J. Wakefield scored the game-winner to earn MISL Offensive Player of the Week honors this week.
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March 19, 1995
Opponent: St. Louis AmbushSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 6:05Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WAMD (970 AM)Tickets: Many availableOutlook: This is the Spirit's final regular-season home game. The Ambush and the Spirit meet only twice this season, tonight and Friday in St. Louis. The Ambush is closing in on its second straight title in the NPSL's National Division. This is the third game in as many nights for St. Louis. Mark Moser, Steve Maurer and Joe Reiniger lead the Ambush in scoring. Kevin Sloan and Jon Parry pace the Spirit.
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By Phil Jackman and SUN STAFF | January 1, 1999
Friend and foe alike have to be wondering what it's going to take to hang a defeat on the Milwaukee Wave's brilliant goalkeeper, Victor Nogueira, at the Bradley Center.On Saturday, just a couple of days short of a year since it lost a home game, the Wave was beaten by the Montreal Impact, 8-5.The team's overall streak was ended at 22, and the season's run was halted at eight.Nogueira was in goal but, as the fates allowed, his home winning streak continues at 42. Milwaukee was ahead, 5-4, when Nogueira was whistled off for tripping.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | November 19, 1994
Sooner or later, the law of averages says, the Buffalo Blizzard has to win a game at the Baltimore Arena.But last night wasn't the night.Winless in two-plus seasons here, the Blizzard lost to the Spirit for the seventh straight time at the Arena, 16-11, before 5,771. The victory raised the Spirit's lifetime home record to 40-5."The crowd urging us on, the players being comfortable with the field -- all those things are in our favor," coach Dave MacWilliams said before the game. "If you're not comfortable at home, where will you be?
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By Kent Baker | September 4, 1991
The Maryland Bays posted the best record in the American Professional Soccer League this season, and now they have swept the Coach of the Year and Most Valuable Player awards.Gary Hindley was named the Coach of the Year after guiding the Bays to a 19-2 regular-season record and into the postseason against the Albany Capitals beginning Friday.Forward Jean Harbor, who topped the APSL in goals (17), assists (11) and total points (45) was chosen MVP, leading a contingent of six Bays named to the all-star team.
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By Meagan Malone and Meagan Malone,Special to The Sun | January 30, 1995
CANTON, Ohio -- No matter how hard the Canton Invaders tried, the Baltimore Spirit wasn't about to let them back into their National Professional Soccer League game yesterday.Baltimore held on, despite being outscored 12-6 in the fourth quarter, for a 22-21 win over the Invaders.Kevin Sloan sealed the Spirit's second win of the season over the Invaders with a back post shot that sailed over the head of Canton sixth attacker Doug Swanson at 13:19.Carlos Ledesma hit an unassisted three-point goal 14 seconds later to pull Canton within one, but the Baltimore defense held for the final minute.
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By Tara Finnegan | June 21, 1991
Now that the Minnesota Twins' 15-game baseball winning streak is over, the team to talk to about streaks is the Maryland Bays of the American Professional Soccer League.The Bays, who are in first place in the Western Conference, go into tonight's road game against the Salt Lake Sting with a 7-0 record and 15 consecutive APSL victories dating to July 21, 1990.Forward Jean Harbor has scored seven goals in seven games and leads the APSL in scoring with 18 points (seven goals, four assists). Securing second place in the league's scoring is midfielder Kevin Sloan with nine points (four goals, one assist)
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | December 3, 1994
This was a typical Spirit-Milwaukee Wave game in every respect.Games matching these two are supposed to be close. The teams' previous five meetings were decided by three points or less, including two in overtime.And they are supposed to be Baltimore victories. The Spirit won four of those five, losing only last February in Milwaukee, 8-6.Sure enough, in their first meeting of the season, when Milwaukee coach Keith Tozer was looking for his 200th National Professional Soccer League victory, the Spirit (8-4)
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By Bill Free | September 27, 1991
Midfielder Kevin Sloan is darting all over the field, making nice touch passes and showing that he has a knack for indoor soccer.Goalkeeper Steve Powers is bouncing around the net, trying to stop the deflections, rebounds and hard shots.And in the stands there is more talk about flashy forward Jean Harbor's coming to camp tomorrow and displaying his outdoor skills inside.Baltimore Blast coach Kenny Cooper said yesterday that he and Harbor would meet tomorrow at 9:45 a.m. and complete plans for Harbor to work out with the team at 10 o'clock.
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By Phil Jackman | October 24, 1998
(In projected order of finish)American ConferenceEAST DIVISIONPhiladelphia KixxLast season: First, 26-14.Coach: Dave MacWilliams, third season. Career mark: 82-70.Outlook: Three-time Defender of the Year Matt Knowles, Omid Namazi and Scott Henderson on defense, Pete Pappas in goal and all-stars Kevin Sloan (131 points) and Don D'Ambria (121 points) make Kixx heavy favorite in division.Baltimore BlastLast season (Baltimore Spirit): Third, 12-28.Coach: Kevin Healey, first season.Outlook: Lance Johnson, Doug Neely, Ronnie Simmons, Derrick Marcano and Todd Hicks provide depth on defense in front of last year's team MVP Khalil Azmi in goal.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 26, 1996
Does the Harrisburg Heat still have the Spirit's number?That question will be answered when the I-83 rivals meet for the fourth straight year in the National Professional Soccer League's American Division semifinals. The best-of-three series begins Thursday night at 7: 30 at the Baltimore Arena.Unlike last season, when the Spirit entered the playoffs having lost its last five regular-season games, Baltimore has been playing as well as it has all season. Despite a tough season-ending, seven-game road trip, the Spirit is 7-3 in its past 10 games and 12-3 since Mike Stankovic took over as coach Jan. 31."
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By DOUG BROWN | March 22, 1995
In a move designed to strengthen the National Professional Soccer League as well as the franchise, the Dynamo, after eight years in Dayton, is moving to Cincinnati.The current Dynamo organization will join forces with the International Hockey League's Cincinnati Cyclones, whose attendance (8,301) and marketing success are among the best in minor-league hockey.The Cyclones will have controlling interest in the Dynamo, which will be renamed and play at the 10,326-seat Cincinnati Gardens. The Dynamo's attendance this season of 3,226 ranked 10th in the 12-team league.
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By Mike Haim and Mike Haim,Special to The Sun | February 25, 1995
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- In the first of three important weekend games, the Spirit got the victory it needed, but not before trailing most of the game.Last night, the Spirit escaped with a 15-14, last-minute NPSL victory over the Buffalo Blizzard and closed within 1 1/2 games of the Cleveland Crunch in the American Division.The Spirit plays at Cleveland at 7 p.m. today, then returns to face the Crunch at the Baltimore Arena tomorrow.Baltimore extended its road winning streak to four games and raised its record at Memorial Auditorium to 2-6."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | February 18, 1995
The Spirit's Jon Parry may have his moments of scoring silence, but his eruptions compensate for them.After collecting only six points in the previous four games, Parry scored 10 on five goals as the Spirit rolled to a 24-14 victory over the Canton Invaders last night before 6,277 at the Baltimore Arena."
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By Meagan Malone and Meagan Malone,Special to The Sun | January 30, 1995
CANTON, Ohio -- No matter how hard the Canton Invaders tried, the Baltimore Spirit wasn't about to let them back into their National Professional Soccer League game yesterday.Baltimore held on, despite being outscored 12-6 in the fourth quarter, for a 22-21 win over the Invaders.Kevin Sloan sealed the Spirit's second win of the season over the Invaders with a back post shot that sailed over the head of Canton sixth attacker Doug Swanson at 13:19.Carlos Ledesma hit an unassisted three-point goal 14 seconds later to pull Canton within one, but the Baltimore defense held for the final minute.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | December 3, 1994
This was a typical Spirit-Milwaukee Wave game in every respect.Games matching these two are supposed to be close. The teams' previous five meetings were decided by three points or less, including two in overtime.And they are supposed to be Baltimore victories. The Spirit won four of those five, losing only last February in Milwaukee, 8-6.Sure enough, in their first meeting of the season, when Milwaukee coach Keith Tozer was looking for his 200th National Professional Soccer League victory, the Spirit (8-4)
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