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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1996
Kyle Walker is teaching his 14-year-old sister, Tiffany, a freshman at Oakland Mills, how to run the hurdles."She can be real good if she applies herself," Walker said.Four years ago, when Walker was a freshman at Oakland Mills, his brother, Brandy, told Kyle basically the same thing."The only reason I tried the hurdles was because he [Brandy] asked me to," said Walker, whose brother is two years older and also ran track at Oakland Mills. "He said I'd be good at it."Brandy was right.Walker, a 5-foot-10, 155-pound senior, is arguably the best hurdler in the state.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1996
Kyle Walker is teaching his 14-year-old sister, Tiffany, a freshman at Oakland Mills, how to run the hurdles."She can be real good if she applies herself," Walker said.Four years ago, when Walker was a freshman at Oakland Mills, his brother, Brandy, told Kyle basically the same thing."The only reason I tried the hurdles was because he [Brandy] asked me to," said Walker, whose brother is two years older and also ran track at Oakland Mills. "He said I'd be good at it."Brandy was right.Walker, a 5-foot-10, 155-pound senior, is arguably the best hurdler in the state.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | January 22, 1995
A year ago, disqualifications cost the Oakland Mills boys team the chance for a title at the National Guard Scholastic Games.That team -- believed to be the best in school history -- finished third at the meet before going on to win the 1A-2A state indoor track title.But yesterday, at the 33rd edition of the annual event at the Fifth Regiment Armory, Oakland Mills finally went the distance.Led by Greg Curtis -- who won the 800 and 1,500 -- the Scorpions finished in the top three in five events en route to a six-point win over Perry Hall.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | January 22, 1995
A year ago, disqualifications cost the Oakland Mills boys team the chance for a title at the National Guard Scholastic Games.That team -- believed to be the best in school history -- finished third at the meet before going on to win the 1A-2A state indoor track title.But yesterday, at the 33rd edition of the annual event at the Fifth Regiment Armory, Oakland Mills finally went the distance.Led by Greg Curtis -- who won the 800 and 1,500 -- the Scorpions finished in the top three in five events en route to a six-point win over Perry Hall.
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July 26, 2006
On July 24, 2006, MELVIN R. GILL of Lutherville; beloved husband of the late Evelyne D. Gill and Mary A. Gill; loving father of Donna G. Breuning and Pamela G. Walker and her husband Don; dear brother of Doris Weber and Carver Gill; cherished grandfather of Vikki Seidenman and her husband David, Michael Breuning, Kyle Walker and his wife Debbie and Corey Walker; devoted great-grandfather of Matthew, Ryan, Brandon, Dylan and Caitlin. Interment service will be held at the convenience of the family.
BUSINESS
July 29, 2006
Opening MaggieMoo's holds a grand opening today of a new ice cream store at the Westfield Annapolis mall. Alliances Hanger Orthopedic Group Inc. announced that the Bethesda-based company has entered into a network agreement with Great-West Healthcare. Effective Tuesday, its subsidiary, Linkia LLC, will manage the orthotic and prosthetic care network for Great-West, providing a nationwide network of Hanger-owned patient care centers and independent facilities. New contract Read Street Sound and Video has been awarded an open end audio/video production contract by the Army Corps of Engineers.
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May 28, 1996
Meghan CornwallAnnapolistennisCornwall rallied in a tiebreaker to claim her third straight state title. The senior won the final 89 matches of her high school career for a 110-2 overall mark.Dondre GilliamAberdeentrack & fieldGilliam repeated as state champion in the 200 and 400. The senior added another first-place finish by anchoring the 1600 relay team.Kyle WalkerOakland Millstrack & fieldWalker won the 100, 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles to lead the Scorpions to their fourth straight title.
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August 9, 2006
Tai Sophia's Snow given new post James Snow, a faculty member at Tai Sophia Institute in the herbal medicine program, has been appointed director of the master in science degree program. Snow assisted the program's first director, Simon Mills, in developing the first graduate-level degree program in herbal medicine in the United States. Mills will continue to teach in the program. Printing association appoints Walker Kyle Walker, president of E.H. Walker Supply Co. Inc. in Rockville, has been named chairman of the Printing and Graphics Association MidAtlantic, a Columbia-based printers trade association representing printing and graphics firms in Maryland, Virginia, Washington and Pennsylvania.
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May 23, 1995
Jamie MargolisPikesvilleTennisMargolis won the Baltimore County championship by defeating her sister Kelly Margolis, 6-0, 6-1. The sophomore posted a 17-0 record this season.Erin McGinnisMount HebronLacrosseMcGinnis scored five goals and won 18 of 27 draws in the regional final win over Centennial (22-17). The senior center had five goals and one assist and controlled 13 of 25 draws in aregional semifinal win over Annapolis (13-10).Miguel RiveraJohn CarrollGolfRivera won the MIAA individual tournament by shooting an 8-over 224 for three rounds.
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December 15, 2004
On December 10, 2004 DAVID W. KENNY beloved son of the late Charles N. Kenny and Marie Hubbs-Kenny; husband of Sharon E. Kenny (nee Preddy); devoted father of Ronald W. Kenny, Sr. of Lavergne, TN, Charles B. Kenny of Forest Hill, MD and Kristen M. Robinson of Riverside, MD; dear father-in-law to Lori Kenny and Michael J. Robinson; adored brother to Rose Lubitz of Baltimore, MD, Theodore Kenny, Sr. of Baltimore, MD and Jean H. Victor of Baltimore, MD;...
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | May 29, 1994
Runners-up South River, Chopticon and Damascus collectively scored 138 points yesterday in Class 2A boys competition.But that combined score still wouldn't have been enough to beat Oakland Mills.Oakland Mills used its superior depth to dominate the sprints, win 10 of the 18 events overall and roll to its second consecutive Class 2A boys title yesterday in the state track and field championships at Western Maryland College.The state title -- Oakland Mills' third in four years -- was never in doubt for the Scorpions.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | January 11, 1994
The emphasis in last night's Howard County indoor track meet at the 5th Regiment Armory was fine tuning skills for upcoming meets.The focus appeared evident as no one was close to record-breaking times, but most of the favorites still impressed. Also, there was less pressure because no team scores were recorded.Hammond senior Kisha Jett, who was named outstanding performer at the Delaware Invitational, said she was gearing toward the county meet on Jan. 28."It's mainly to see your qualifying times for county," said Jett.
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