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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 3, 1996
As a freshman at Park School, Kim Smith played on an AIS championship lacrosse team.She scored three goals, including the game-winner, to lead the Bruins to an 8-7 win over Mercy for the B Division championship. Still, something wasn't quite right.Smith couldn't help but wonder how she would fare in the AIS A Division. She decided to find out and last fall transferred to Bryn Mawr."I needed a more competitive environment," said Smith, who had been at Park since pre-kindergarten. "I always liked playing in the B [Division]
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By DAN RODRICKS | April 8, 2004
FEBRUARY'S funerals were on the Eastern Shore - in Cambridge, for Lt. Adam Mooney, and in Chestertown, for Pvt. Bryan Spry. This week, the war in Iraq comes home to Cumberland, on the other end of the state, out in the mountains turning green. Maryland's next military funeral will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow, Good Friday, at the Adams Family Funeral Home, formerly the Merritt-Adams Funeral Home, at 404 Decatur St. There will be a procession of about 12 miles, out to the Rocky Gap Veterans Cemetery, and military honors will be accorded at the cemetery by an honor guard from Fort Detrick.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 6, 1996
Although they spend more time as field hockey teammates, McDonogh's Sara Herman and Bryn Mawr's Kim Smith don't take it easy on each other when they do end up on opposite sides.Herman tried her best to distract Smith when their teams met in a recent Association of Independent Schools (AIS) game."I was yelling at her to try to take her out of her game, but she just ignored me," said Herman with a laugh. "She's the most focused player I've ever seen."Smith laughed, too. "She likes to talk during games, but I'm more worried about her stickwork.
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October 2, 2003
On September 27, 2003, KIM SMITH, of Cumberland, MD, loving daughter of Ruth Smith; mother of Nicole and Theresa Durand; devoted sister of Dean Smith. Relatives and friends are invited to call at Loring Byers Funeral Directors, Inc., 8728 Liberty Road (2 miles W of beltway exit 18-B). A memorial service will be held on Friday, October 3, at 3 P.M. Inurnment will be private.
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October 2, 2003
On September 27, 2003, KIM SMITH, of Cumberland, MD, loving daughter of Ruth Smith; mother of Nicole and Theresa Durand; devoted sister of Dean Smith. Relatives and friends are invited to call at Loring Byers Funeral Directors, Inc., 8728 Liberty Road (2 miles W of beltway exit 18-B). A memorial service will be held on Friday, October 3, at 3 P.M. Inurnment will be private.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | June 25, 2002
Even in this golden age of television documentaries, with outstanding nonfiction films the norm almost every night, the return of public television's P.O.V. series is an event worth getting excited about. While the P.O.V. (Point of View) lineup of documentaries might not be as strong week in and week out as HBO's America Undercover, its best films are every bit as good as HBO's. More important, for 14 years, P.O.V. has been bringing voices from outside the mainstream - voices that otherwise might not be heard by most of us - into America's living rooms without the added cost of premium cable.
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August 24, 2003
Dawn L. Goodmuth, a licensed practical nurse, died of respiratory failure Aug. 17 at her home in Selbyville, Del. She was 67. Born and raised in Baltimore, Ms. Goodmuth trained at South Baltimore General Hospital, now known as Harbor Hospital. She worked at the former Church Home and Hospital and at several nursing homes in Baltimore. After moving to Selbyville in the early 1990s, she continued nursing, doing private-duty work with senior citizens. While raising her family in Baltimore, she enjoyed competitive roller skating and bowling, and was an accomplished dancer who taught at the Doralynn Dance Studio in Parkville.
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By Elliott Denman and Elliott Denman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 25, 2002
PRINCETON, N.J. - The Maryland women's lacrosse team pounded in the first five goals and came within inches of a sixth straight score, but No. 1 Princeton came roaring back for a 13-9 win over the No. 8 Terps last night at Class of 1952 Stadium. Maryland (9-8), the NCAA champion for the past seven years, had beaten Princeton 11 straight times (including a 7-6 regular-season decision and a 14-7 triumph in the NCAA semifinals last year) but saw its big early advantage vanish as Princeton (14-1)
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May 19, 2000
Women's Nat. Collegiate semifinals No.1 Maryland (19-1) vs. No. 5 Loyola (16-4) Site: Lions Stadium, Ewing, N.J. Time: 6 p.m. Skinny: The Terps and Greyhounds take their intrastate rivalry to the national stage for the third time in seven years. The nation's most potent attack faces the nation's hottest goalie. Five-time defending champion Maryland, which beat the Greyhounds 12-4 on April 22, averages 15.9 goals a game, and has five players with 60 or more points, including Jen Adams (71 goals, 48 assists)
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December 7, 1990
Head coach: Linda Kilpatrick (14th season)Assistants: Sharon McAllister and Monica Chaney1989-1990 record: 15-10, lost to Northeast in the region finalsReturnees: Seniors Landra Phillips (center) and Susan Shaffer (forward); juniors Lindee Sisk (forward), Talaya Barnett (guard) and Kim Smith (guard).Newcomers: Junior Erica Estep (forward); freshmen Laekeka Wesley (center-forward), Lisa Biederman (center), Cari Sherbert (guard) and Laura Stockett (guard-forward).Coach's outlook: "I had 17 freshmen try out for the team, and I decided to keep four on the varsity to work on the future.
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August 24, 2003
Dawn L. Goodmuth, a licensed practical nurse, died of respiratory failure Aug. 17 at her home in Selbyville, Del. She was 67. Born and raised in Baltimore, Ms. Goodmuth trained at South Baltimore General Hospital, now known as Harbor Hospital. She worked at the former Church Home and Hospital and at several nursing homes in Baltimore. After moving to Selbyville in the early 1990s, she continued nursing, doing private-duty work with senior citizens. While raising her family in Baltimore, she enjoyed competitive roller skating and bowling, and was an accomplished dancer who taught at the Doralynn Dance Studio in Parkville.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | June 25, 2002
Even in this golden age of television documentaries, with outstanding nonfiction films the norm almost every night, the return of public television's P.O.V. series is an event worth getting excited about. While the P.O.V. (Point of View) lineup of documentaries might not be as strong week in and week out as HBO's America Undercover, its best films are every bit as good as HBO's. More important, for 14 years, P.O.V. has been bringing voices from outside the mainstream - voices that otherwise might not be heard by most of us - into America's living rooms without the added cost of premium cable.
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By Elliott Denman and Elliott Denman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 25, 2002
PRINCETON, N.J. - The Maryland women's lacrosse team pounded in the first five goals and came within inches of a sixth straight score, but No. 1 Princeton came roaring back for a 13-9 win over the No. 8 Terps last night at Class of 1952 Stadium. Maryland (9-8), the NCAA champion for the past seven years, had beaten Princeton 11 straight times (including a 7-6 regular-season decision and a 14-7 triumph in the NCAA semifinals last year) but saw its big early advantage vanish as Princeton (14-1)
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By Katherine Dunn | March 1, 2001
Division I poll A capsule look at the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association Top 20, with last year's record in parentheses. 1. Maryland (21-1): A unanimous preseason No. 1 choice, the Terrapins have some rebuilding to do, but that hasn't stopped them any time recently. Can anybody finally dethrone the Terps? Unlikely. 2. Princeton (15-4): The greatest threat to the Terps' dynasty, the Tigers have grown from a surprising young team into a potentially lethal veteran group.
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May 21, 2000
NCAA women's Div. I championship No. 1 Maryland (20-0) vs. No. 2 Princeton (15-3) Site: Lions Stadium, Ewing, N.J. Time: 3:10 p.m. TV: Comcast CN8 Skinny: The Terrapins are going for a sixth straight national championship, but that's just one of many streaks they will try to keep alive today. They've won 15straight national tournament games and have been ranked No.1 for 22straight weeks. Their five national titles is also the longest active run in all of DivisionI sports. While the Atlantic Coast Conference champs seek to prolong their domination, the Tigers are in the title game for the first time since 1995.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 6, 1996
Although they spend more time as field hockey teammates, McDonogh's Sara Herman and Bryn Mawr's Kim Smith don't take it easy on each other when they do end up on opposite sides.Herman tried her best to distract Smith when their teams met in a recent Association of Independent Schools (AIS) game."I was yelling at her to try to take her out of her game, but she just ignored me," said Herman with a laugh. "She's the most focused player I've ever seen."Smith laughed, too. "She likes to talk during games, but I'm more worried about her stickwork.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | December 30, 1992
Noel Classic host Archbishop Spalding simply wanted to give No. 5 St. Mary's a tougher test than it provided in a recent 30-point loss.Instead, the Cavaliers gave the Saints the surprise of their lives with a 56-52 upset win in the tournament semifinals last night.The Cavaliers ran out to a 23-9 lead and never looked back, holding on for the win, preventing St. Mary's from three-peating as tournament champion."This is great -- it's the whole season so far," said Spalding's Amy Langville, who led all scorers with 18 points.
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