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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | April 16, 1993
How well can Charlie Kuykendall hit?"Look at his numbers," said South Carroll baseball coach Joe Foltz.The South Carroll left fielder batted .400 during his sophomore season. He followed that with a .508 junior season. Through the first six games of his senior season, his average is .353.His totals through two regular seasons included: .441 career average, 56-for-127, 32 hits during his junior year (tied school record) and seven consecutive hits twice last year (tied another school record)
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By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2010
Looking out from his waterfront home in Fairhope, Ala., Frederick "Rick" T. Kuykendall III can see miles of boom protecting a coastline endangered by millions of gallons of oil pouring out of a well in the Gulf of Mexico. In all his years of environmental law, Kuykendall couldn't have expected that what might be his biggest case would happen in the region where he grew up. Kuykendall, 55, is a lawyer affiliated with the Murphy Firm in Baltimore, headed by Billy Murphy, that specializes in complex commercial litigation.
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BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2010
Looking out from his waterfront home in Fairhope, Ala., Frederick "Rick" T. Kuykendall III can see miles of boom protecting a coastline endangered by millions of gallons of oil pouring out of a well in the Gulf of Mexico. In all his years of environmental law, Kuykendall couldn't have expected that what might be his biggest case would happen in the region where he grew up. Kuykendall, 55, is a lawyer affiliated with the Murphy Firm in Baltimore, headed by Billy Murphy, that specializes in complex commercial litigation.
NEWS
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | April 1, 2002
Ten years as a homemaker and mother has taught Rhonda Kuykendall one thing for sure: It's tough to find a sitter at the last minute on a Saturday night. So for Howard County parents who have had the same experience, Kuykendall's new business proposes a solution - drop-in child care. Kids Time Out opens today in the Clarksville Square shopping center across from River Hill Village Center, introducing a new concept of child care to the area. The new center is an on-the-spot baby-sitting service for children ages 2 1/2 to 10, that allows parents to sneak away for up to four hours - as late as 1 a.m. on weekends.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | August 24, 1991
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Jockeys Lillian "Mich" Kuykendall and Glenn Reeder will be sidelined four weeks and three months, respectively, as a result of injuries sustained in a two-horse mishap Wednesday afternoon at the Charles Town Races.The incident occurred in the 10th race when Kuykendall's mount, Romp Home, broke down during the run through the backstretch in the seven-furlong race, throwing the rider to the track. Reeder, aboard Big Ace, was unseated while attempting to avoid the falling horse and jockey.
NEWS
May 14, 1993
Kuykendall's ship awarded for efforts to aid environmentNavy Ensign Scott D. Kuykendall is serving aboard the destroyer USS O'Bannon, which was recently awarded the Secretary of the Navy's 1993 Environmental Quality Award for Small Ships.In the home port of Charleston, S.C., the ship and its crew were honored for their environmental program during 1991 and 1992.The program included such diverse activities as conducting at-sea refueling with the navies of Northern European countries or cleaning up the roadside of Highway 52 near Ladson, S.C.The award was based on the ship's hazardous materialminimization program, plastics-at-sea awareness, fuel management afloat, oil spill prevention and recycling efforts.
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By Jane Lippy and Jane Lippy,Contributing writer | August 7, 1991
A non-denominational ministry group active in Carroll is helping Christian professionals and business people in their efforts to ministerto their workplace peers.Search Ministries was founded in Baltimore in 1977 and now serves 18 U.S. metropolitan areas."I am somewhat of a chaplain to the business community," said Davis Kuykendall, a Gamber resident and Northern Maryland area director of the group."I am now working with men and women in the Baltimore (region) and Carroll County who represent more than 40 different companies and at least 30 churches," he said.
NEWS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | July 29, 1992
The North-Central District American Legion baseball league last week penalized the Dayton Raiders 18-and-under team for unsportsmanlike conduct.District Commissioner Earl Riley told the Dayton coaching staff its team could play no more home games because the coaches could not control their players. Dayton has been accused by coaches of other teams of initiating fights, shouting obscenities, singing and screaming while on the field and in the dugout, and of other unsportsmanlike actions.Dayton coaches call the league action unfair and have decided to forfeit the remaining four games of the regular season.
NEWS
June 13, 1995
Navy Lt. j.g. Scott D. Kuykendall is part way through a six-month overseas deployment to the Persian Gulf aboard the destroyer USS O'Bannon.As part of the Middle East Force, he and his shipmates will support the international embargo against Iraq.The crew also organized a reception for the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm. William A. Owens, and for a visiting congressional delegation in Bahrain.Lieutenant Kuykendall is a 1988 graduate of South Carroll High and 1992 graduate of the Naval Academy.
NEWS
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | April 1, 2002
Ten years as a homemaker and mother has taught Rhonda Kuykendall one thing for sure: It's tough to find a sitter at the last minute on a Saturday night. So for Howard County parents who have had the same experience, Kuykendall's new business proposes a solution - drop-in child care. Kids Time Out opens today in the Clarksville Square shopping center across from River Hill Village Center, introducing a new concept of child care to the area. The new center is an on-the-spot baby-sitting service for children ages 2 1/2 to 10, that allows parents to sneak away for up to four hours - as late as 1 a.m. on weekends.
NEWS
June 13, 1995
Navy Lt. j.g. Scott D. Kuykendall is part way through a six-month overseas deployment to the Persian Gulf aboard the destroyer USS O'Bannon.As part of the Middle East Force, he and his shipmates will support the international embargo against Iraq.The crew also organized a reception for the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm. William A. Owens, and for a visiting congressional delegation in Bahrain.Lieutenant Kuykendall is a 1988 graduate of South Carroll High and 1992 graduate of the Naval Academy.
NEWS
May 14, 1993
Kuykendall's ship awarded for efforts to aid environmentNavy Ensign Scott D. Kuykendall is serving aboard the destroyer USS O'Bannon, which was recently awarded the Secretary of the Navy's 1993 Environmental Quality Award for Small Ships.In the home port of Charleston, S.C., the ship and its crew were honored for their environmental program during 1991 and 1992.The program included such diverse activities as conducting at-sea refueling with the navies of Northern European countries or cleaning up the roadside of Highway 52 near Ladson, S.C.The award was based on the ship's hazardous materialminimization program, plastics-at-sea awareness, fuel management afloat, oil spill prevention and recycling efforts.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | April 16, 1993
How well can Charlie Kuykendall hit?"Look at his numbers," said South Carroll baseball coach Joe Foltz.The South Carroll left fielder batted .400 during his sophomore season. He followed that with a .508 junior season. Through the first six games of his senior season, his average is .353.His totals through two regular seasons included: .441 career average, 56-for-127, 32 hits during his junior year (tied school record) and seven consecutive hits twice last year (tied another school record)
NEWS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | July 29, 1992
The North-Central District American Legion baseball league last week penalized the Dayton Raiders 18-and-under team for unsportsmanlike conduct.District Commissioner Earl Riley told the Dayton coaching staff its team could play no more home games because the coaches could not control their players. Dayton has been accused by coaches of other teams of initiating fights, shouting obscenities, singing and screaming while on the field and in the dugout, and of other unsportsmanlike actions.Dayton coaches call the league action unfair and have decided to forfeit the remaining four games of the regular season.
NEWS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | July 26, 1992
The Dayton American Legion baseball team's championship hopes flickered a few times, but finally kept on burning Wednesday.The Raiders' 5-4, last-inning victory over Parkville earned Dayton a tie with Dundalk for the first-half North-Central District championship. Both 18-and-under teams have 8-4 first-half records. A one-game playoff will decide the winner, but the date for the game has not yet been announced.A loss would have ended the Raiders' title chances for this season, since their 3-5 second-half record places them out of contention for that title.
NEWS
June 14, 1992
* Navy Ensigns Brian C. Dozier and Scott D. Kuykendall graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis May 27 and were commissioned to their present rank in the U.S. Navy.At the Naval Academy, they underwent four years of academic, physical and professional training, culminating with a bachelor of science degree. Dozier took his degree in systems engineering, and Kuykendall took his in oceanography.The academy, ranked as one of the top institutions in the country, offers engineering, science and humanities to prepare the midshipmen for a military career.
NEWS
June 14, 1992
* Navy Ensigns Brian C. Dozier and Scott D. Kuykendall graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis May 27 and were commissioned to their present rank in the U.S. Navy.At the Naval Academy, they underwent four years of academic, physical and professional training, culminating with a bachelor of science degree. Dozier took his degree in systems engineering, and Kuykendall took his in oceanography.The academy, ranked as one of the top institutions in the country, offers engineering, science and humanities to prepare the midshipmen for a military career.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | August 24, 1991
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Jockeys Lillian "Mich" Kuykendall and Glenn Reeder will be sidelined four weeks and three months, respectively, as a result of injuries sustained in a two-horse mishap Wednesday afternoon at the Charles Town Races.The incident occurred in the 10th race when Kuykendall's mount, Romp Home, broke down during the run through the backstretch in the seven-furlong race, throwing the rider to the track. Reeder, aboard Big Ace, was unseated while attempting to avoid the falling horse and jockey.
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