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September 25, 1994
Contrary to reports in Friday's editions of The Sun, Krissy Jost of Perry Hall High School did not participate in the North County Invitational cross country meet Thursday.+ The Sun regrets the errors.
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By Katherine Dunn | December 17, 2004
BALTO. COUNTY Player of Year Krissy Carls, Hereford The versatile senior played a key role in a Bulls defense that shut out 13 of its last 14 opponents, finishing off the season with a 2-0 victory over Glenelg in the Class 2A state championship game. Carls started off the season in the midfield, but when she moved back and teamed with Melissa Harrison on defense, the Bulls became just about impossible to beat. A three-year starter, Carls also plays for the Ocelots club team. Coach of Year Tammy Mundie, Hereford After the Bulls lost two of their first three games, Mundie guided them to a perfect 15-game stretch that ended in Baltimore County, regional and Class 2A state championships.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | January 25, 1995
Krissy Jost, who established herself as the metropolitan area's top female distance runner last fall, has had her full scholarship offer to the University of Alabama rescinded because of a recruiting violation.Jost, who signed and mailed a national letter of intent to the Tuscaloosa campus in November, was informed nearly a month later that her letter of intent was not submitted for processing.Steve Jost, Krissy's father, said he was told by Crimson Tide cross country and track coach Doug Williamson that Alabama athletic director Cecil W. Ingram ordered that Krissy and three other athletes who were visited on Williamson's trip "be cut loose."
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June 7, 2004
BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR Derek Ralet Old Mill An exchange senior student from Belgium, Ralet helped raise the level of tennis at Old Mill, resulting in the Patriots soaring to the top in Anne Arundel County. Ralet won the county and Region V championships in boys No. 1 singles, leading the Patriots, who were fourth in 2003, to the dual championships. Going into the state tournament, Ralet was 16-0, but lost in the first round. Possessing a potent forehand, strong and well-placed ground strokes and an impressive court presence, the 6-foot-3 Ralet defeated preseason favorite Matt Bulkley of Severna Park in the county championships, 6-3, 6-1, and in the district tournament, 6-3, 6-0. "Derek is really solid in the fundamentals and makes everything look so easy," said Old Mill coach Krissy Dryden.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 7, 2001
Krissy Warnock scored five goals and Lauren Peck added four goals and four assists to lead Loyola to a 17-8 victory over UMBC in women's lacrosse yesterday at Curley Field. Warnock scored three first-half goals as the Greyhounds (1-0) scored the first 10 goals of the game en route to an 11-1 lead at halftime. UMBC (1-1) controlled the beginning of the second half as Amanda Eldridge and Renee Triocchi each scored within the first minute of play. Loyola showed its domination again, scoring four straight goals to put the game out of the reach of the Retrievers.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | September 24, 1993
Geoff Warren of Arundel and Annapolis' Kristen Nicolini took top individual honors at yesterday's fourth annual Knights' Invite at Baybrook Park in Brooklyn, but it was Baltimore County contingents Calvert Hall and Perry Hall that claimed the boys and girls team titles, respectively, among the 16-team field.Warren's time of 16 minutes, 51 seconds over the 3-mile course was enough to hold off runner-up Jonathan Dietrich of Calvert Hall, as well as the other 92 entrants. Not far behind Dietrich were Danny Zamarripa of South River and Frank Trimble of Perry Hall.
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By Katherine Dunn | December 17, 2004
BALTO. COUNTY Player of Year Krissy Carls, Hereford The versatile senior played a key role in a Bulls defense that shut out 13 of its last 14 opponents, finishing off the season with a 2-0 victory over Glenelg in the Class 2A state championship game. Carls started off the season in the midfield, but when she moved back and teamed with Melissa Harrison on defense, the Bulls became just about impossible to beat. A three-year starter, Carls also plays for the Ocelots club team. Coach of Year Tammy Mundie, Hereford After the Bulls lost two of their first three games, Mundie guided them to a perfect 15-game stretch that ended in Baltimore County, regional and Class 2A state championships.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2000
RICHMOND, Va. -- A stifling defensive performance early in the game set the tone for No. 11 Loyola's 7-5 victory over No. 13 George Mason yesterday in a Colonial Athletic Association Tournament semifinal at University of Richmond Stadium. The Greyhounds (11-2) will need more of the same in this afternoon's final -- the fifth straight title-game showdown between Loyola and defending champ James Madison. The No. 3 Dukes, who beat No. 19 William & Mary, 14-8, in yesterday's other semifinal, won the regular-season meeting with the Greyhounds, 12-6, on March 19 in Harrisonburg.
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By Kimberly A.C. Wilson and Kimberly A.C. Wilson,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2002
An Eagle Scout who was mistaken for a bank robber and shot in the face by an FBI agent in Pasadena on Friday remained in serious but stable condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center last night. Joseph Charles Schultz, 20, was shot at close range about 6 p.m. Friday when FBI agents searching for a bank robbery suspect pulled over his girlfriend's car. Schultz, who lives in the 7900 block of Seabreeze Drive in Orchard Beach in Anne Arundel County and works with fiber optics for a local medical company, has no connection to the bank robbery, officials said.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | March 27, 1993
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Nearly eight years ago, Dom Starsia found out that his twin daughters were retarded. Two years later, one of his lacrosse players at Brown died in his sleep. Another Brown player was killed a year later after being struck by a car.Dom Starsia can't help but preach togetherness."After the second player died, I was pretty hollow. I didn't know what was going on," said Starsia, Virginia's first-year coach whose team will meet No. 6 Johns Hopkins today at Homewood Field.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec | November 30, 2003
PLAYER OF THE YEAR Krissy Browning Fallston, senior Browning, a forward who will attend Gettysburg next fall and play lacrosse and field hockey, had scored enough goals before this season to be a known commodity around the county. But it would've been hard for anyone to foresee the kind of season she had. Relentless, lightning-quick, aggressive and highly skilled, Browning was a factor in every game, scoring 15 goals to go along with eight assists. She scored clutch goals, tallying the game-winners against C. Milton Wright and Towson just days apart in the state playoffs.
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By MIKE PRESTON | September 11, 2003
IT'S TIME FOR his peers, friends and former players to give back to Dick Edell, the former "Big Man" on the University of Maryland campus. For nearly two decades, Edell, the former Terps lacrosse coach, gave more than he received. But on Sept. 21, Edell and his daughter, Krissy, in conjunction with the University of Maryland Alumni Association, are holding a 3-mile walk-a-thon on the campus to raise money to help find a cure for inclusion body myositis, a disease that gradually destroys muscle fiber and tissue and incapacitates its victims' arms and legs.
NEWS
By Gail Gibson and Gail Gibson,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2003
A Pasadena man mistakenly shot in the face by an FBI agent searching for a bank robber filed a $10 million lawsuit yesterday against three agents, alleging that they disregarded bureau arrest policies and then played down the potentially deadly result, telling an informant at the scene: "This [expletive] happens every day." Joseph C. Schultz, 21, was shot in the face after agents stopped the car his then-girlfriend, Kristen M. "Krissy" Harkum, was driving. Harkum, now 17, was not wounded in the shooting, but she also filed a $10 million lawsuit yesterday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore to compensate her for "severe emotional injury."
NEWS
By Kimberly A.C. Wilson and Kimberly A.C. Wilson,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2002
An Eagle Scout who was mistaken for a bank robber and shot in the face by an FBI agent in Pasadena on Friday remained in serious but stable condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center last night. Joseph Charles Schultz, 20, was shot at close range about 6 p.m. Friday when FBI agents searching for a bank robbery suspect pulled over his girlfriend's car. Schultz, who lives in the 7900 block of Seabreeze Drive in Orchard Beach in Anne Arundel County and works with fiber optics for a local medical company, has no connection to the bank robbery, officials said.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 7, 2001
Krissy Warnock scored five goals and Lauren Peck added four goals and four assists to lead Loyola to a 17-8 victory over UMBC in women's lacrosse yesterday at Curley Field. Warnock scored three first-half goals as the Greyhounds (1-0) scored the first 10 goals of the game en route to an 11-1 lead at halftime. UMBC (1-1) controlled the beginning of the second half as Amanda Eldridge and Renee Triocchi each scored within the first minute of play. Loyola showed its domination again, scoring four straight goals to put the game out of the reach of the Retrievers.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2000
RICHMOND, Va. -- A stifling defensive performance early in the game set the tone for No. 11 Loyola's 7-5 victory over No. 13 George Mason yesterday in a Colonial Athletic Association Tournament semifinal at University of Richmond Stadium. The Greyhounds (11-2) will need more of the same in this afternoon's final -- the fifth straight title-game showdown between Loyola and defending champ James Madison. The No. 3 Dukes, who beat No. 19 William & Mary, 14-8, in yesterday's other semifinal, won the regular-season meeting with the Greyhounds, 12-6, on March 19 in Harrisonburg.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec | November 30, 2003
PLAYER OF THE YEAR Krissy Browning Fallston, senior Browning, a forward who will attend Gettysburg next fall and play lacrosse and field hockey, had scored enough goals before this season to be a known commodity around the county. But it would've been hard for anyone to foresee the kind of season she had. Relentless, lightning-quick, aggressive and highly skilled, Browning was a factor in every game, scoring 15 goals to go along with eight assists. She scored clutch goals, tallying the game-winners against C. Milton Wright and Towson just days apart in the state playoffs.
SPORTS
By MIKE PRESTON | September 11, 2003
IT'S TIME FOR his peers, friends and former players to give back to Dick Edell, the former "Big Man" on the University of Maryland campus. For nearly two decades, Edell, the former Terps lacrosse coach, gave more than he received. But on Sept. 21, Edell and his daughter, Krissy, in conjunction with the University of Maryland Alumni Association, are holding a 3-mile walk-a-thon on the campus to raise money to help find a cure for inclusion body myositis, a disease that gradually destroys muscle fiber and tissue and incapacitates its victims' arms and legs.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | January 25, 1995
Krissy Jost, who established herself as the metropolitan area's top female distance runner last fall, has had her full scholarship offer to the University of Alabama rescinded because of a recruiting violation.Jost, who signed and mailed a national letter of intent to the Tuscaloosa campus in November, was informed nearly a month later that her letter of intent was not submitted for processing.Steve Jost, Krissy's father, said he was told by Crimson Tide cross country and track coach Doug Williamson that Alabama athletic director Cecil W. Ingram ordered that Krissy and three other athletes who were visited on Williamson's trip "be cut loose."
NEWS
September 25, 1994
Contrary to reports in Friday's editions of The Sun, Krissy Jost of Perry Hall High School did not participate in the North County Invitational cross country meet Thursday.+ The Sun regrets the errors.
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