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By PAT O'MALLEY | January 4, 1995
Tonight could be the night for Southern's Linda Kilpatrick.Her girls basketball team plays host to Surrattsville of Prince George's County at 5:15 p.m. and the Bulldogs hope to present their coach with career win No. 300.Southern is 2-3 and Kilpatrick, in her 18th season in Harwood, is 299-119.Pat Chance of No. 7 Old Mill (5-2) is the only other county girls basketball coach with 300 wins. Chance, in her 23rd season, is 377-128.Kilpatrick hopes to get No. 300 at home but knows her chances are reduced after Surrattsville (5-3)
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | February 4, 2014
Southern girls basketball coach Linda Kilpatrick earned her 500th career victory Tuesday with the Bulldogs' 54-45 victory at Glen Burnie. Kilpatrick, who has more wins than any other active girls basketball coach in the Baltimore metro area, becomes on the second to reach 500. Former North Harford coach Lin James won 608 games before retiring after last season. “It was a relief that it was finally over with,” Kilpatrick said with a laugh. “A couple players that I hadn't seen in forever snuck in and were there tonight, surprised me at the end of the game.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | December 21, 1994
The odds of it happening tomorrow night are slim, but win No. 300 is inevitable for Southern's Linda Kilpatrick.Kilpatrick, who is in her 18th season as Southern's girls basketball coach, has a career record of 299-118 (.716), including this season's 2-2 start. Southern hosts powerful Elizabeth Seton of Washington at 7 p.m. tomorrow.Elizabeth Seton (7-0) is ranked No. 5 by the Washington Post and, according to Kilpatrick, "will be awful tough to beat."The next game would be in Harwood on Dec. 28 vs. Surrattsville of Prince George's County, and Kilpatrick says, "if we play well, No. 300 should come that night, unless we upset Seton.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2014
Southern's Linda Kilpatrick has won more games than any other girls basketball coach in Anne Arundel County history, and she's set to reach another major milestone in the coming days. In her 38th season at the Harwood school, Kilpatrick is on the verge of her 500th career victory. With a 499-378 career record, she already has the most wins among active girls basketball coaches in the Baltimore metro area. On the all-time list, Kilpatrick trails only Lin James, her good friend who retired last season after winning 608 games in 48 years at North Harford.
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By From staff reports | January 4, 2007
Southern defeated visiting Meade, 64-58, last night, giving Linda Kilpatrick her 415th career victory, tying her with Old Mill's Pat Chance for the most all-time among Anne Arundel County girls basketball coaches. "Pat Chance has been a mentor and friend," Kilpatrick said. "I am proud to be mentioned with her." Though excited about the record, Kilpatrick said jokingly, "I would take a state championship over this." Heather Schneck scored a game-high 26 points for Southern (8-2). No. 1 St. Frances 90, St. John's Catholic Prep 34 -- Kandice Green scored 15 points to lead the host Panthers (9-3)
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Staff Writer | April 14, 1993
Annapolis handyman Albert Givens was drinking with a friend and didn't leave him until just before dawn on the morning he is supposed to have killed an Arnold woman, according to testimony yesterday in Anne Arundel Circuit Court.Mr. Givens, 38, is charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of Marlene Kilpatrick, a 55-year-old woman he occasionally worked for who was found stabbed to death in her Arnold home Jan. 3.Police say Mrs. Kilpatrick was killed sometime between 11 p.m. Jan. 1 and 7 a.m. Jan. 2.Wayne Williams, from Bembe Beach Road, told jurors yesterday that Mr. Givens arrived at his house sometime after it got dark Jan. 1 and didn't leave until just before sunrise Jan. 2.Mr.
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By Tim Jones and Tim Jones,Chicago Tribune | September 5, 2008
DETROIT - Mired in a sex scandal that crippled the governance of Detroit all year, the city's troubled mayor chose yesterday to walk out of office, rather than run the increasing risk of being heaved out. The tawdry drama of Kwame Kilpatrick, the once-promising 38-year-old mayor of the nation's 11th largest city, ended in a wood-paneled courtroom when a subdued Kilpatrick, after months of defiant claims of innocence, meekly pleaded guilty to reduced felony...
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN REPORTER | January 28, 2006
In Harwood in southern Anne Arundel County, practically everybody calls Southern High girls basketball coach "Coach Kil." It's short for Linda Kilpatrick, who earned her 400th career win last night with a 40-39 victory over visiting Severna Park on Brittany Wiseman's bank shot with 30 seconds left. T-shirts and a banner that read, "Coach Kil's 400th win, all-time best win record for an active girls high school coach in Anne Arundel County," were presented, compliments of the coach's longtime neighbor and team mom, Sandy Rogers.
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By PAT O'MALLEY AND EDWARD LEE and PAT O'MALLEY AND EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTERS | January 25, 2006
Southern girls basketball coach Linda Kilpatrick gets the opportunity to notch her 400th career win at home in Harwood on Friday against Severna Park. She was denied the milestone win Friday, when the Bulldogs lost at No. 6 Arundel, 65-53. Because of exam week, the winter teams have not played since then. Southern fell to 9-6 and left Kilpatrick at 399-280 (.588) in her 29th season. When Kilpatrick does get her 400th, she will be only the second Anne Arundel County girls basketball coach to accomplish the feat.
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By Kris Antonelli | January 4, 1992
A Pasadena woman who went to her mother's Arnold house yesterday after telephone calls to the home went unanswered for several days found her mother dead with a knife embedded in her chest.Homicide detectives in Anne Arundel County were searching for the killer of Marlene Annette Kilpatrick, 55, of the 100 block of Church Road.Mrs. Kilpatrick was stabbed at least once in the chest after what appeared to be a violent struggle that ended in the bedroom of her home, said Officer V. Richard Molloy, police spokesman.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2014
Many high school coaches never even reach 100 wins, but three local girls basketball coaches are approaching much bigger career milestones that end in "00," and all have a chance to reach them this week. Southern's Linda Kilpatrick, who has more wins than any other active girls basketball coach in the area, needs two wins for her 500th victory. Catonsville's Mike Mohler needs one to hit 400, and Milford Mill's DeToiya McAliley needs one to reach 200. All three grew up in the neighborhoods in which they now coach, and Kilpatrick and McAliley played basketball for and graduated from the schools where they now coach.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,justin.fenton@baltsun.com | August 1, 2009
A Baltimore-based lawyer, who for six years worked as a court-appointed monitor overseeing Detroit police reforms, resigned last week after disclosure of a "personal relationship" with disgraced Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. Text messages obtained by FBI agents and turned over to a federal judge revealed an 18-month relationship between Kilpatrick and Sheryl Robinson Wood, whose husband is campaigning for a seat in the Maryland House of Delegates. Detroit newspapers reported Monday that the text messages span a period from 2003 to 2005 and document Kilpatrick and Wood meeting in Washington and other places for meals and at hotels that were not related to her role as a federal monitor.
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By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,dan.thanh.dang@baltsun.com | September 19, 2008
Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful. That sage advice from Warren E. Buffett is a staple of the Oracle of Omaha's investment philosophy. It also sums up the surprising swoop he made yesterday to purchase Constellation Energy Group Inc. as Baltimore's largest hometown company reeled from increasing concerns about its financial stability. As investors ran scared from Constellation, causing its stock price to plummet by 60 percent since Monday, the man Forbes calls the country's second-richest man saw an opportunity - just as he did when he invested in undervalued companies like Coca-Cola, American Express, Gillette and the Washington Post Co. many years ago. "It's typical of everything he has done," said Andrew Kilpatrick, author of Of Permanent Value: The Story of Warren Buffett.
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By Tim Jones and Tim Jones,Chicago Tribune | September 5, 2008
DETROIT - Mired in a sex scandal that crippled the governance of Detroit all year, the city's troubled mayor chose yesterday to walk out of office, rather than run the increasing risk of being heaved out. The tawdry drama of Kwame Kilpatrick, the once-promising 38-year-old mayor of the nation's 11th largest city, ended in a wood-paneled courtroom when a subdued Kilpatrick, after months of defiant claims of innocence, meekly pleaded guilty to reduced felony...
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Reporter | January 5, 2008
Southern senior Heather Schneck scored her 1,000th career point last night, joining her twin sister and teammate Kim, who reached the milestone last month. But Heather's assists late in the game proved more vital to the No. 11 Bulldogs' victory over visiting Severna Park. Heather, who finished with 11 points, dished out four of her eight assists early in the fourth quarter as the Bulldogs opened up a close game en route to a 64-55 victory in Harwood. After Heather hit 1,000 with her first point of the night on a free throw, coach Linda Kilpatrick presented her with a game ball.
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December 5, 2007
5 All-Metro first-team players returning - Seton Keough's Asya Bussie, McDonogh's Becky Cox, St. Frances' Kandice Green, Dulaney's Danielle Parker and Western's Akeema Richards. 6 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championships for St. Frances in seven years, including the past five. 7 Area teams that qualified for the state tournament last season. Atholton won the 2A title; Western and Southern were runners-up; and Old Mill, Fallston, Poly and New Town reached the semifinals.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,Staff Writer | August 2, 1992
An Annapolis man has been charged with the rape and murder last January of an Arnold woman, for whom he had worked as a handyman.Albert Gustav Givens, 37, of the 100 block of Roselawn Road, was arrested and charged late Friday with the stabbing death of Marlene "Pat" Kilpatrick sometime between 11 p.m. Jan. 1 and 7 a.m. Jan. 2."It's a relief, but it's kind of a shock," said Charles Hoffman, 70, a close friend of Mrs. Kilpatrick. "He's a good friend of her son."Mr. Givens had been hired by Mrs. Kilpatrick to paint the outside of her house and to do yardwork.
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By Jason Song and Jason Song,SUN STAFF | February 28, 2004
After his third trial, a former Annapolis handyman was sentenced to life without parole yesterday for killing an Arnold woman nearly 12 years ago. Albert Gustav Givens had been tried twice before for the killing of Marlene Kilpatrick, who was found in her home Jan. 3, 1992. A 1993 conviction was thrown out on a technicality, and a second trial resulted in a hung jury. "We're more than pleased," said Kathleen Rogers, an assistant state's attorney. "The family has had a long, hard road."
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By From staff reports | January 4, 2007
Southern defeated visiting Meade, 64-58, last night, giving Linda Kilpatrick her 415th career victory, tying her with Old Mill's Pat Chance for the most all-time among Anne Arundel County girls basketball coaches. "Pat Chance has been a mentor and friend," Kilpatrick said. "I am proud to be mentioned with her." Though excited about the record, Kilpatrick said jokingly, "I would take a state championship over this." Heather Schneck scored a game-high 26 points for Southern (8-2). No. 1 St. Frances 90, St. John's Catholic Prep 34 -- Kandice Green scored 15 points to lead the host Panthers (9-3)
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December 10, 2006
Annapolis Bridge honors Pearl Harbor Sixty-five years after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, World War II veterans attended the dedication of the U.S. 50 bridge over the Severn River as the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge. It culminated a decade-long effort by Maryland's branch of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association to dedicate a road or bridge in the state in honor of the more than 2,400 U.S. servicemen and civilians who were killed Dec. 7, 1941. Five U.S. battleships were sunk or seriously damaged, and nearly 200 aircraft were destroyed.
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