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By DALLAS MORNING NEWS | December 24, 2002
ORLANDO, Fla. -- All Kliff Kingsbury ever wanted to do was go out a winner. And did he ever. The Texas Tech senior capped his prolific career yesterday by leading the Red Raiders to a stunning 55-15 victory over Clemson in the Tangerine Bowl. He then signed autographs for fans -- and teammates, too -- and capped the night by directing the Tech band through "March Grandioso" in the south end zone of Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. "This has been a dream come true," said Kingsbury, who completed 74.4 percent of his passes for 375 yards and three touchdowns.
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The Baltimore Sun | January 17, 2013
Division II Lynn University announced the hiring of former Maryland defensive midfielder  Brian Kingsbury as its inaugural men's lacrosse coach Wednesday afternoon. Kingsbury is tasked with building the Fighting Knights program from scratch and leading them into Sunshine State Conference competition for the 2014 season. The Severna Park native and St. Mary's High graduate will assume responsibilities in February, while recruitment will begin immediately. Kingsbury can be contacted at bkingsbury@lynn.edu . “Lynn University is excited about Brian [Kingsbury]
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By NEW YORK DAILY NEWS | November 27, 2005
NEW YORK -- Everyone is waiting to see if Kliff Kingsbury can do the little things. The fifth quarterback the New York Jets have turned to this season has proved he can sling a football, but it's the footwork and handoffs that he has to show he has down. At Texas Tech, the Jets' backup quarterback put up gaudy numbers, throwing for more than 12,000 yards and 95 touchdowns in four years. He did it, however, out of the shotgun offense, which has made coaches wary of him in the NFL. "I guess they have pegged me as pure shooter," Kingsbury said, "but it was a good experience for a quarterback.
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January 19, 2006
On Friday, January 13, 2006, ROGER ATKINSON KINGSBURY III, age 74, of Myrtle Beech, SC., formerly of Vienna, VA, passed away in Grand Strand Medical Center. Loving and devoted father of Roger Atkinson Kingsbury IV and Susan Margaret Clark; grandfather of Christopher and Shannon Clark; devoted nephew of William A. Stansbury: special dad to Yeook Kim and Damon Griffy. Former husband of Betty Ann Kingsbury. Friends may call at Money and King Funeral Home, 171 West Maple Avenue, Vienna, VA. on Saturday, January 21 from 3 to 7 P.M. Funeral services will be held at the Church of Holy Comforter, 543 Beulah Road, Vienna, VA on Monday January 23 at 3 P.M. Interment Loudon Memorial Park, Baltimore, MD on Tuesday, January 24 at 1 P.M. Memorial contributions may be made to the Shriner's Hospital for Children, c/o Kena Temple, P.O. Box 456, Merrifield, VA 22116.
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November 17, 2002
Heisman stock Rising: Penn State RB Larry Johnson: 28-327, 4 TDs Falling: Iowa quarterback Brad Banks: 9-17-98, 2 TD Top performers Jason Johnson, Ariz. QB: school-record 492 yards, 4 TDs Michael Turner, N. Illinois RB: 225 yards, 5 TDs Upset of the day Texas Tech: Kliff Kingsbury threw six TD passes as the Red Raiders outlasted No. 4 Texas, 42-38.
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March 7, 2004
On March 4, 2004; DOLORES ANN LANCASTER, (nee Walsh), beloved wife of Dr. Robert G. Lancaster; devoted mother of Stephen G. Lancaster, Mary L. Linthicum, Kathryn L. Kingsbury, Valerie L. O'Shea, Scott R. J. Lancaster, Kelly E. Torbit and the late Paul A. Lancaster; sister of J. Patrick Walsh and the late Marilyn R. Mc Kenna; dear grandmother of Matthew Lancaster, David Lancaster, Kerry Lancaster, Emily Linthicum, Kate Kingsbury, Jenna Kingsbury, Sean...
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By Joni Guhne and Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 2, 2001
SIGRID KINGSBURY startles people when she says that receiving a diagnosis of cancer was one of the best things that ever happened to her. "We all live our own lives until we have a crisis," says Kingsbury, a Severna Park resident whose breast cancer was diagnosed three years ago. "Then we have a choice of being vocal or quiet." She chose to tell everyone she knew -- including fellow real estate agents, clients and friends -- about her disease. When she did, she says, "the caring just came out of everybody."
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By Los Angeles Daily News | March 29, 1992
LOS ANGELES -- Non-alcoholic beer, once scoffed at as a weak link in the brewing industry, is carving out a comfortable niche with strong sales increases credited to increasing health consciousness and socially responsible drinking.While beer industry sales have flattened over the last four years, the non-alcoholic segment -- beer with less than 0.5 percent alcohol -- has posted double-digit increases."I think people are just more health conscious right now. They don't consume as much alcohol as they have in the past," said Max Kerstein, publisher of trade publication Beverage Bulletin in the Los Angeles-area city of Beverly Hills.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 8, 1995
The Boys' Latin Tournament, in just its fourth year, quickly has earned a reputation for being full of surprises.Unheralded Kenwood won last year's crown, surprising runner-up Riverdale Baptist, then ranked fifth in the state.Yesterday, unranked St. Mary's (3-3) of Anne Arundel County edged the host and No. 9 Lakers, 135-130, as Jon Horrigan (119 pounds), Josh White (140) and Brian Kingsbury (152) won titles, Tim Klepper (112), Chris Brown (125) and Ernie Listman (160) were third, and Todd Simpson (103)
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2003
B.J. Symons wants to personally thank everyone who thought the Texas Tech offense was going to suffer from some sort of post-traumatic syndrome with the departure of record-setting quarterback Kliff Kingsbury after last season. Symons sat out as a redshirt his freshman year, barely played the two seasons after that, and in 2002 was used basically to finish blowout games. This season, he has made those who doubted him develop a medical condition of their own: amnesia. Many have forgotten what they said.
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By NEW YORK DAILY NEWS | November 27, 2005
NEW YORK -- Everyone is waiting to see if Kliff Kingsbury can do the little things. The fifth quarterback the New York Jets have turned to this season has proved he can sling a football, but it's the footwork and handoffs that he has to show he has down. At Texas Tech, the Jets' backup quarterback put up gaudy numbers, throwing for more than 12,000 yards and 95 touchdowns in four years. He did it, however, out of the shotgun offense, which has made coaches wary of him in the NFL. "I guess they have pegged me as pure shooter," Kingsbury said, "but it was a good experience for a quarterback.
NEWS
March 7, 2004
On March 4, 2004; DOLORES ANN LANCASTER, (nee Walsh), beloved wife of Dr. Robert G. Lancaster; devoted mother of Stephen G. Lancaster, Mary L. Linthicum, Kathryn L. Kingsbury, Valerie L. O'Shea, Scott R. J. Lancaster, Kelly E. Torbit and the late Paul A. Lancaster; sister of J. Patrick Walsh and the late Marilyn R. Mc Kenna; dear grandmother of Matthew Lancaster, David Lancaster, Kerry Lancaster, Emily Linthicum, Kate Kingsbury, Jenna Kingsbury, Sean...
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2003
B.J. Symons wants to personally thank everyone who thought the Texas Tech offense was going to suffer from some sort of post-traumatic syndrome with the departure of record-setting quarterback Kliff Kingsbury after last season. Symons sat out as a redshirt his freshman year, barely played the two seasons after that, and in 2002 was used basically to finish blowout games. This season, he has made those who doubted him develop a medical condition of their own: amnesia. Many have forgotten what they said.
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By DALLAS MORNING NEWS | December 24, 2002
ORLANDO, Fla. -- All Kliff Kingsbury ever wanted to do was go out a winner. And did he ever. The Texas Tech senior capped his prolific career yesterday by leading the Red Raiders to a stunning 55-15 victory over Clemson in the Tangerine Bowl. He then signed autographs for fans -- and teammates, too -- and capped the night by directing the Tech band through "March Grandioso" in the south end zone of Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. "This has been a dream come true," said Kingsbury, who completed 74.4 percent of his passes for 375 yards and three touchdowns.
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November 24, 2002
Heisman stock Rising: Penn State RB Larry Johnson: 19-279, 4 TDs Falling: Texas Tech QB Kliff Kingsbury: 15-35-187, 2 INT Top performers Anthony Davis, Wisconsin RB: 45-301, 5 TDs Ryan Schneider, Cent. Fla. QB: 20-30-374, 3 TDs Upset of the day Washington: John Anderson's 49-yard field goal in the third overtime beat No. 3 Washington State, 29-26.
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By Joni Guhne and Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 2, 2001
SIGRID KINGSBURY startles people when she says that receiving a diagnosis of cancer was one of the best things that ever happened to her. "We all live our own lives until we have a crisis," says Kingsbury, a Severna Park resident whose breast cancer was diagnosed three years ago. "Then we have a choice of being vocal or quiet." She chose to tell everyone she knew -- including fellow real estate agents, clients and friends -- about her disease. When she did, she says, "the caring just came out of everybody."
NEWS
January 19, 2006
On Friday, January 13, 2006, ROGER ATKINSON KINGSBURY III, age 74, of Myrtle Beech, SC., formerly of Vienna, VA, passed away in Grand Strand Medical Center. Loving and devoted father of Roger Atkinson Kingsbury IV and Susan Margaret Clark; grandfather of Christopher and Shannon Clark; devoted nephew of William A. Stansbury: special dad to Yeook Kim and Damon Griffy. Former husband of Betty Ann Kingsbury. Friends may call at Money and King Funeral Home, 171 West Maple Avenue, Vienna, VA. on Saturday, January 21 from 3 to 7 P.M. Funeral services will be held at the Church of Holy Comforter, 543 Beulah Road, Vienna, VA on Monday January 23 at 3 P.M. Interment Loudon Memorial Park, Baltimore, MD on Tuesday, January 24 at 1 P.M. Memorial contributions may be made to the Shriner's Hospital for Children, c/o Kena Temple, P.O. Box 456, Merrifield, VA 22116.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 8, 1995
The Boys' Latin Tournament, in just its fourth year, quickly has earned a reputation for being full of surprises.Unheralded Kenwood won last year's crown, surprising runner-up Riverdale Baptist, then ranked fifth in the state.Yesterday, unranked St. Mary's (3-3) of Anne Arundel County edged the host and No. 9 Lakers, 135-130, as Jon Horrigan (119 pounds), Josh White (140) and Brian Kingsbury (152) won titles, Tim Klepper (112), Chris Brown (125) and Ernie Listman (160) were third, and Todd Simpson (103)
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