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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | April 4, 1991
Early spring high school baseball games can be tricky for pitchers. They are reluctant to throw their best fastball when it's cold and their arm might not be loose.Gilman's Keith Kormanik knows the feeling.The Greyhounds' senior scattered four hits, struck out five and walked five in Tuesday's 5-2 victory over McDonogh. Although he threw only 93 pitches in seven innings, he had to keep hisarm warmed up between innings with an extra 10-to-20 tosses."It is difficult to stay loose in this kind of weather," said Kormanik, who has signed with Boston College on a football scholarship next fall.
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By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2004
Keith Kormanik, dumped by Meredith Phillips Wednesday night on the premiere of ABC's new season of The Bachelorette, is disappointed and a little bit angry. Not about his quick exit, but by how he was portrayed on the show. "They made me look like a jerk. I'm really disappointed with ABC," said Kormanik, who watched the hour-long program Wednesday night for the first time at Roy's restaurant in downtown Baltimore with friends. Kormanik charged that his words were twisted by the producers of the show to make him look unappealing.
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By Sam Davis | June 6, 1991
Yesterday's final game of the Maryland Scholastic Association B Conference best-of-three championship baseball series featured the conference's two best pitchers, so there was little doubt it would be a classic matchup. And it was.But the ending wasn't classic. It was controversial and it overshadowed an exciting duel between Gilman left-hander Keith Kormanik and Southern right-hander Jerry Fischer, played at Calvert Hall as a neutral site.Gilman won, 2-1, to capture its second straight championship.
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By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,SUN STAFF | January 14, 2004
Keith Kormanik doesn't look like an average Joe. He's tall, dark and handsome with teeth that are almost too white. He is impeccably dressed - wearing a black-ribbed sweater under a brown suede jacket when we meet for a seafood lunch. I find myself wondering why anyone who looks like this would have to go on a TV show to find love. But tonight Kormanik, who lives in Towson, will compete with 25 other young men for the affection of Meredith Phillips on ABC's reality show The Bachelorette.
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By Chris Heun and Chris Heun,Evening Sun Staff | June 6, 1991
Fans at the third and final game of the MSA B Conference baseball championships at Calvert Hall yesterday left the field shaking their heads in disbelief. Not because of the play by competitors from Southern and Gilman, but because of a game-deciding call by the umpires.Chris Broseker's tying run for Southern in the bottom of the seventh was disallowed because his Bulldogs teammates, anxious to greet him at home, were ruled for interference. After lining a triple just over first base, and scoring on a wild relay throw, Broseker became the final out.The relay from short rightfield skipped past Greyhounds third baseman James Sharkey, but pitcher Keith Kormanik, backing up the play, picked up the ball as Broseker headed for home.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 24, 1998
Welcome back, Amie Rose.The 5-foot-1 junior Towson University midfielder returned to the lacrosse spotlight yesterday for the first time since her days at Liberty High in Carroll County, where she used to terrorize opposing defenses.High school lacrosse in Carroll County is a long way from the level Towson plays in the America East conference, and Rose has been overpowered at times in her three years at Towson.But yesterday she dashed more than half the length of the field to score what proved to be the deciding goal in a 14-13 Towson victory over UMBC at UMBC Stadium.
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By Rich Scherr | May 29, 1991
For Southern's Jerry Fischer yesterday, there was no rest for the weary.Fischer, who last pitched Sunday during tryouts for an all-star game, survived the heat at South Baltimore's Carroll Park with an 11-strikeout complete game in the Bulldogs' 9-4 victory over Gilman.The win gave Southern a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three series to decide the Maryland Scholastic Association B Conference title. Game 2 is today (3:45 p.m.) at Gilman."I didn't think I was overpowering today," said Fischer (9-1)
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By Bob Clark | November 11, 1990
It was, in the words of Gilman head coach Sherm Bristow, "a sort of upset field that gives you concern."But Bristow's concern for the muddy and puddle-pocked Edward Brown Field at Gilman for the 75th renewal of the McDonogh-Gilman series didn't last long, as the No. 4 Greyhounds powered their way to a 20-8 victory and at least a share of the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference championship."
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By Tara Finnegan | June 21, 1991
Team Maryland continued to bat 1.000 in the Sun Belt Classic as it defeated Ohio, 18-12, yesterday in Stillwater, Okla."We're in first place and we're absolutely the surprise of the tournament," said Roger Wrenn, one of the team's coaches. "In no one's wildest dreams did people think we'd be undefeated."All-Metro player Keith Kormanik of Gilman was 3-for-5 with five RBI and two stolen bases. Craig Everett, of Northeast (AA) was 2-for-4 with four RBI. Todd Murphy of High Point was the winning pitcher.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | May 30, 1991
After displaying a season-long flair for the dramatic, Calvert Hall's Ken Konopacki is The Evening Sun All-Metro baseball Player of the Year.The senior catcher, who led the Cardinals to their fourth straight MSA A Conference championship with a 25-8 overall record, heads The Evening Sun 1991 All-Metro first team. The Coach of the Year is Northeast-AA's Harry Lentz, and the first team includes two of his players from the unbeaten state Class 2A champions.Konopacki batted .479 this spring and had an on-base percentage of .541.
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May 7, 1998
BaseballAstros: Optioned P John Halama to Triple-A New Orleans.Blue Jays: Activated P Kelvim Escobar from 15-day DL. Optioned P Carlos Almanzar to Triple-A Syracuse.Diamondbacks: Recalled C Damian Miller from Triple-A Tucson. Optioned P Ricky Pickett to Tucson.Padres: Acquired RHP Scott Sanders from Tigers for player to be named; assigned Sanders to Triple-A Las Vegas.BasketballWashington Congressionals (USBL): Signed G Curt Smith, C William Peters and former Coppin State G Antoine Brockington.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 24, 1998
Welcome back, Amie Rose.The 5-foot-1 junior Towson University midfielder returned to the lacrosse spotlight yesterday for the first time since her days at Liberty High in Carroll County, where she used to terrorize opposing defenses.High school lacrosse in Carroll County is a long way from the level Towson plays in the America East conference, and Rose has been overpowered at times in her three years at Towson.But yesterday she dashed more than half the length of the field to score what proved to be the deciding goal in a 14-13 Towson victory over UMBC at UMBC Stadium.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | October 17, 1994
Former Edgewood High football stars are delivering on defense as well as offense for Liberty.Lawrence Worthington, a 200-pound freshman running back, leads Liberty in rushing with 298 yards in 42 carries. His 10 catches (for 94 yards) in a loss to Delaware State matched the second highest single-game total in school history.Damon Bomar, a 214-pound junior linebacker, leads the defense with 54 tackles. Against Delaware State, he had 11 tackles and recovered a fumble.* Linebacker Chris Willingham (Atholton)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 26, 1994
Loch Raven's Lauren Volk gleefully reached down to grab a handful of mud to throw at her teammates.Liberty's Nathalie Skovron stood motionless in tears.No one had to ask who won the game and the state Class 1A-2A girls 1A-2A lacrosse championship last night at Catonsville Community College.It was fourth-ranked and unbeaten Loch Raven all the way in a 19-7 romp over No. 5 Liberty, ending a 16-2 season for the Lions and wiping out the school's bid for a first state girls lacrossechampionship for Carroll County.
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By Tara Finnegan | June 21, 1991
Team Maryland continued to bat 1.000 in the Sun Belt Classic as it defeated Ohio, 18-12, yesterday in Stillwater, Okla."We're in first place and we're absolutely the surprise of the tournament," said Roger Wrenn, one of the team's coaches. "In no one's wildest dreams did people think we'd be undefeated."All-Metro player Keith Kormanik of Gilman was 3-for-5 with five RBI and two stolen bases. Craig Everett, of Northeast (AA) was 2-for-4 with four RBI. Todd Murphy of High Point was the winning pitcher.
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By Chris Heun and Chris Heun,Evening Sun Staff | June 6, 1991
Fans at the third and final game of the MSA B Conference baseball championships at Calvert Hall yesterday left the field shaking their heads in disbelief. Not because of the play by competitors from Southern and Gilman, but because of a game-deciding call by the umpires.Chris Broseker's tying run for Southern in the bottom of the seventh was disallowed because his Bulldogs teammates, anxious to greet him at home, were ruled for interference. After lining a triple just over first base, and scoring on a wild relay throw, Broseker became the final out.The relay from short rightfield skipped past Greyhounds third baseman James Sharkey, but pitcher Keith Kormanik, backing up the play, picked up the ball as Broseker headed for home.
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May 7, 1998
BaseballAstros: Optioned P John Halama to Triple-A New Orleans.Blue Jays: Activated P Kelvim Escobar from 15-day DL. Optioned P Carlos Almanzar to Triple-A Syracuse.Diamondbacks: Recalled C Damian Miller from Triple-A Tucson. Optioned P Ricky Pickett to Tucson.Padres: Acquired RHP Scott Sanders from Tigers for player to be named; assigned Sanders to Triple-A Las Vegas.BasketballWashington Congressionals (USBL): Signed G Curt Smith, C William Peters and former Coppin State G Antoine Brockington.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 26, 1994
Loch Raven's Lauren Volk gleefully reached down to grab a handful of mud to throw at her teammates.Liberty's Nathalie Skovron stood motionless in tears.No one had to ask who won the game and the state Class 1A-2A girls 1A-2A lacrosse championship last night at Catonsville Community College.It was fourth-ranked and unbeaten Loch Raven all the way in a 19-7 romp over No. 5 Liberty, ending a 16-2 season for the Lions and wiping out the school's bid for a first state girls lacrossechampionship for Carroll County.
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By Sam Davis | June 6, 1991
Yesterday's final game of the Maryland Scholastic Association B Conference best-of-three championship baseball series featured the conference's two best pitchers, so there was little doubt it would be a classic matchup. And it was.But the ending wasn't classic. It was controversial and it overshadowed an exciting duel between Gilman left-hander Keith Kormanik and Southern right-hander Jerry Fischer, played at Calvert Hall as a neutral site.Gilman won, 2-1, to capture its second straight championship.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | May 30, 1991
After displaying a season-long flair for the dramatic, Calvert Hall's Ken Konopacki is The Evening Sun All-Metro baseball Player of the Year.The senior catcher, who led the Cardinals to their fourth straight MSA A Conference championship with a 25-8 overall record, heads The Evening Sun 1991 All-Metro first team. The Coach of the Year is Northeast-AA's Harry Lentz, and the first team includes two of his players from the unbeaten state Class 2A champions.Konopacki batted .479 this spring and had an on-base percentage of .541.
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