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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | March 5, 1995
Western senior Chanel Wright signed an autograph for a fan yesterday and then took a moment to reflect on her last home game, which had ended minutes earlier."
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | February 3, 1998
Kimberly Smith wrote poems to cope with the death of her parents and sister, who were killed nine years ago in a Florida car crash. Now, those same words scratched long ago on pages torn from a dime-store notebook are being used to comfort her young daughters.Smith, 30, became the latest tragedy for the Northeast Baltimore family this weekend, when she was found in Govans fatally shot in the head in a car next to her boyfriend, who was wounded in the back during the attack. She was six weeks pregnant.
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January 26, 1992
John E. Harms Jr. and Associates Inc. has announced the certification of Kimberly Smith as a registered landscape architect.A native of the Philadelphia area, Smith is registered in both Maryland and Pennsylvania.She received a bachelor's of science degree in landscape architecture from Pennsylvania State University in 1987 and is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the American Planning Association and the Foundation for Architecture.ILLUSTRATION: PHOTOCAPTION: KIMBERLY SMITHEarns certificationHENRY ELECTED PRESIDENTJanet C. Henry, vice president of Legg Mason's Commercial Real Estate Services, has been elected president of the Baltimore chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women.
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February 27, 1996
TC BaseballAthletics: Agreed to terms with P Steve Karsay and IF Fausto Cruz.Brewers: Agreed to terms with P Brian Givens, P Sid Roberson, P Steve Sparks and IF Wes Weger.Diamondbacks: Named Jim Marshall director of Pacific Rim operations.Pirates: Signed ex-Orioles minor-league P Blaine Beatty to minor-league contract.Reds: Agreed to terms with C Joe Oliver. Waived C Damon Berryhill.Yankees: Sent P Andy Croghan outright to Triple-A Columbus.BasketballRaptors: Activated F Dwayne Whitfield from injured list.
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March 7, 1995
Steve KesslerOwings MillsWrestlingKessler defended his 140-pound title at the state 1A-2A championships with two decisions and a major decision. In two seasons, Kessler, a sophomore, has yet to lose in 72 matches, becoming the first wrestler in the state to accomplish that feat.Alisha MosleyMount HebronBasketballMosley led Mount Hebron to the state 3A East Region championship, totaling 59 points, 29 rebounds, 14 assists and 17 steals in wins over Carver (74-43), Broadneck (38-35) and Howard (59-47)
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March 21, 1993
First teamPlayer .. .. .. . School .. .. .. Hgt. .. .. Year .. . Pos.Sonia Chase .. .. McDonogh .. .. 5-10 .. .. Jr. .. . .. G/FAnne Chicorelli .. Old Mill .. .. 6-1 .. ... Sr... .. ... FKisha Ford .. .. . Bryn Mawr .... 6-0 .. ... Sr. .. .. .. GStacy Himes .. ... Old Mill .. .. 5-10 .. .. Sr. .. ... G/FAmy Langville .. . Spalding .. .. 5-9 .. ... Sr. .. .. .. GErica McCauley ... Mount Hebron . 5-2 .. ... Sr. .. .. .. GNyota Mitchell ... Randallstown . 5-11 .. .. Jr. .. ... G/FCamille Powell ... Howard .. .. . 5-8 .. ... Sr. .. .. .. GKacy Williams .. . Hammond .. ... 5-6 .. ... Jr. .. .. .. GChanel Wright ... Western .. .. . 6-0 .. . Soph.
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | November 15, 1994
Press releases were handed out during a news conference at Western yesterday to announce that All-America senior forward Chanel Wright and four of her teammates would sign national letters of intent to Division I schools.Fortunately, someone at Western had some whiteout.The typewritten release originally stated that Wright was heading to Tennessee, but the school's name was covered with whiteout and replaced by North Carolina, which was handwritten.After changing her mind several times in the past two weeks, Wright officially signed with the defending national champion Tar Heels yesterday.
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | December 31, 1992
Western coach Breezy Bishop paced angrily up and down the sidelines during the first quarter of last night's game against Archbishop Spalding, screaming at her team to be patient on offense.The crowd at Spalding seemed to be enjoying Bishop's performance more than the game.And for good reason.The Doves scored 24 of the Noel Classicgame's first 26 points en route to a 70-25 rout of Spalding (8-3) in the Noel Classic championship game.Chanel Wright and Kelly Evans scored 13 points apiece to lead Western, and Kimberly Smith (11)
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February 27, 1996
TC BaseballAthletics: Agreed to terms with P Steve Karsay and IF Fausto Cruz.Brewers: Agreed to terms with P Brian Givens, P Sid Roberson, P Steve Sparks and IF Wes Weger.Diamondbacks: Named Jim Marshall director of Pacific Rim operations.Pirates: Signed ex-Orioles minor-league P Blaine Beatty to minor-league contract.Reds: Agreed to terms with C Joe Oliver. Waived C Damon Berryhill.Yankees: Sent P Andy Croghan outright to Triple-A Columbus.BasketballRaptors: Activated F Dwayne Whitfield from injured list.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | March 5, 1993
Poly girls basketball coach Mark Sawyer wasn't expecting any miracles in last night's Class 4A, Region II semifinal with No. 1 Western.If he was, he would have been disappointed.Playing without starting point guards Erika Dailey (flu) and Kimberly Smith (sprained foot) and sophomore forward Lisa Jackson (flu), the top-seeded Doves maintained their undefeated status by soaring to a 72-34 triumph over their neighboring rival ,, Engineers.Western (23-0) will play host to Laurel at 1 p.m. tomorrow for the region championship and an invitation to the state tournament that begins next Thursday at UMBC.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1996
Kimberly Smith (Western) is coming on strong for Georgetown.Attracting an increasing amount of attention, the freshman guard had a game-high 10 assists against Providence, a game-high 20 points against Villanova and a career-high 21 points against Miami. She has moved up to be the Hoyas' No. 4 scorer with a 10.3 average.* Shenandoah's Phil Dixon (St. Frances) is the Dixie Conference Player of the Year for the second straight season after leading the league in scoring (22.5), assists (9.6)
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | February 11, 1996
Erin Graham (Woodlawn) is rewriting Virginia Tech's track and field record book in women's sprint and hurdles events.Graham, a senior, set a school mark of 57.27 seconds in the 400-meter run in the USAir Invitational at East Tennessee State and then broke her record in the 200 meters with a time of 25.90 in the Brooks Classic in Morgantown, W.Va.She holds six records in individual events and four in relays.Tech junior Michelle Smith (Old Mill) was fifth in the shot put with a personal-best 41 feet, 2 inches in the 16-team Brooks Classic.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | December 17, 1995
It was a record-breaking season for Wesley's football team, and for Brandon Steinheim (Chesapeake) in particular.Wesley broke or tied 28 school records and was one of only two teams in Division III in the top 10 in both total offense and defense. Steinheim, a junior tailback, was named to Football Gazette's Division III All-America first team after breaking a batch of Wesley records, including touchdowns in a season (17). He tied a Division III mark with 10 consecutive 100-yard rushing games.
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March 7, 1995
Steve KesslerOwings MillsWrestlingKessler defended his 140-pound title at the state 1A-2A championships with two decisions and a major decision. In two seasons, Kessler, a sophomore, has yet to lose in 72 matches, becoming the first wrestler in the state to accomplish that feat.Alisha MosleyMount HebronBasketballMosley led Mount Hebron to the state 3A East Region championship, totaling 59 points, 29 rebounds, 14 assists and 17 steals in wins over Carver (74-43), Broadneck (38-35) and Howard (59-47)
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | March 5, 1995
Western senior Chanel Wright signed an autograph for a fan yesterday and then took a moment to reflect on her last home game, which had ended minutes earlier."
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | March 5, 1995
Western senior Chanel Wright signed an autograph for a fan yesterday and then took a moment to reflect on her last home game, which had ended minutes earlier."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | December 17, 1995
It was a record-breaking season for Wesley's football team, and for Brandon Steinheim (Chesapeake) in particular.Wesley broke or tied 28 school records and was one of only two teams in Division III in the top 10 in both total offense and defense. Steinheim, a junior tailback, was named to Football Gazette's Division III All-America first team after breaking a batch of Wesley records, including touchdowns in a season (17). He tied a Division III mark with 10 consecutive 100-yard rushing games.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | February 3, 1998
Kimberly Smith wrote poems to cope with the death of her parents and sister, who were killed nine years ago in a Florida car crash. Now, those same words scratched long ago on pages torn from a dime-store notebook are being used to comfort her young daughters.Smith, 30, became the latest tragedy for the Northeast Baltimore family this weekend, when she was found in Govans fatally shot in the head in a car next to her boyfriend, who was wounded in the back during the attack. She was six weeks pregnant.
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | January 28, 1995
The two regular-season meetings between Western and Lake Clifton for bragging rights in the city are always permeated by a big-game atmosphere.Standing-room-only crowds comprised of vocal supporters for each school pack the gymnasiums in anticipation.Yesterday at Western, the atmosphere and the overflow crowd were present.Then the game began.And once again, the highly anticipated contest quickly became a rout, as the No. 1 Doves breezed to a 62-37 victory over the No. 3 Lakers.All-American senior forward Chanel Wright scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds to pace the Doves, who also got strong performances from seniors Kimberly Smith (15 points)
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