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November 19, 2004
On November 18, 2004, WILBUR T. LANGVILLE, beloved husband of Beverly L. Langville (nee Hedges; loving father of Wayne T. Langville, Beverly L. Quinlan, William and Edward Langville, and Mary Fortman; cherished "Pop" of eight grandchildren and eight great grandchildren; dear brother of Elaine Raspe and Donald Langville. Relatives and friends may call at the family owned AMBROSE FUNERAL HOME OF LANSDOWNE, 2719 Hammonds Ferry Road, on Saturday and Sunday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a Service will be held on Monday at the funeral hour of 10 A.M. Interment at Glen Haven Memorial Park.
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February 4, 2010
On February 2, 2010, MATTHEW P. BARRY; beloved husband of Anna Mae Barry; loving father of Willliam P. Barry III and wife Cara and Lisa A. Langville and husband Wayne; dear grandfather of Zachary A. Barry. Also survived by many family members and friends. Relatives and friends may call at the family owned Ambrose Funeral Home of Lansdowne, 2719 Hammonds Ferry Road, Lansdowne, MD, 21227 on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM, where a funeral service will be held on Saturday beginning at 11 AM. Interment private.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | October 22, 1992
Archbishop Spalding English teacher Patti Scott says Amy Lang- ville "often does more than is expected of her."Langville is the quintessential student-athlete, starring academically and athletically. The Cavaliers senior is a standout in volleyball and basketball and maintains a weighted grade-point average well over 4.00.This fall, Langville was named a finalist in the Maryland Distinguished Scholar program, earning a $3,000 scholarship if she chooses a state college or university.Although half her courses are in Spalding's Honors curriculum, Lang- ville has a 4.81 GPA on the school's weighted quality point system.
NEWS
November 19, 2004
On November 18, 2004, WILBUR T. LANGVILLE, beloved husband of Beverly L. Langville (nee Hedges; loving father of Wayne T. Langville, Beverly L. Quinlan, William and Edward Langville, and Mary Fortman; cherished "Pop" of eight grandchildren and eight great grandchildren; dear brother of Elaine Raspe and Donald Langville. Relatives and friends may call at the family owned AMBROSE FUNERAL HOME OF LANSDOWNE, 2719 Hammonds Ferry Road, on Saturday and Sunday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a Service will be held on Monday at the funeral hour of 10 A.M. Interment at Glen Haven Memorial Park.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 9, 1996
For Mount St. Mary's guard Amy Langville, missing an NCAA tournament is even more rare than throwing a bad pass or suffering through a prolonged shooting slump. It just doesn't happen.And a victory at home tonight against St. Francis (Pa.) in the Northeast Conference tournament final will ensure that the 5-foot-8 junior's good fortune continues.The top-seeded Mountaineers (21-7) are trying to capture their fourth consecutive NEC championship, and third straight automatic bid into the NCAA tournament.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | January 27, 1993
Two games' worth of frustration came pouring out of Archbishop Spalding's girls basketball team yesterday.L The Institute of Notre Dame just happened to get in the way.Using a full-court, man-to-man press and the many talents of senior point guard Amy Langville, Spalding coasted past visiting IND, 62-44, and ended a two-game losing streak.Langville had 24 points, seven rebounds, six steals and four blocks for No. 13 Spalding, which had won three in a row before slumping. Senior guard Kelly Mabe added 16 points, five rebounds and two steals.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | December 20, 1991
Amy Langville's role on the Archbishop Spalding girls basketball team has been transformed.Surrounded by a cast of experienced seniors last season, the 5-foot-8 point guard was responsible for dishing off the ball, which she did with a high degree of efficiency. Only a sophomore, she emerged as one of the metro area's assist leaders, averaging nearly five a game.When the curtain opened for the Cavaliers 1991-1992 campaign, however, Langville found herself in new company -- and in a new capacity.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | March 19, 1993
The numbers say that Amy Langville was invaluable to Archbishop Spalding's girls basketball team this season.And so does her coach. Every chance he gets."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 19, 1997
EMMITSBURG -- Amy Langville and Nikki Schroyer each scored a career-high 25 points as Mount St. Mary's edged Rider, 72-70, yesterday.Schroyer also had 12 rebounds and Langville 10, as the Mountaineers (8-6) moved to 3-3 in the Northeast Conference.The Mount led 40-38 at halftime, watched Rider (5-7, 4-2) rally for a six-point lead with 11: 30 left, then used strong defense and a short jumper by Schroyer to take the lead for good with just over two minutes to play.Pub Date: 1/19/97
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March 3, 2004
On February 28, 2004 GILBERT A. beloved husband of Mary Jane Lewis(nee Langville); loving dad of Allan C. Lewis and his wife Pam, Lori L. Mc Collister and her husband Scott; brother of Deborah L. Adams; devoted son-in-law of Bess Langville; cherished grandfather of Andrew and Emily Mc Collister and Joseph C. Lewis. The family will receive friends in the Lemmon Funeral Home of Dulaney Valley, Inc., 10 W. Padonia Road (at York Road) Timonium-Cockeysville on Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. A memorial service will be held in the funeral home on Thursday, March 4 at 7 p.m. Interment private.
NEWS
March 3, 2004
On February 28, 2004 GILBERT A. beloved husband of Mary Jane Lewis(nee Langville); loving dad of Allan C. Lewis and his wife Pam, Lori L. Mc Collister and her husband Scott; brother of Deborah L. Adams; devoted son-in-law of Bess Langville; cherished grandfather of Andrew and Emily Mc Collister and Joseph C. Lewis. The family will receive friends in the Lemmon Funeral Home of Dulaney Valley, Inc., 10 W. Padonia Road (at York Road) Timonium-Cockeysville on Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. A memorial service will be held in the funeral home on Thursday, March 4 at 7 p.m. Interment private.
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By Lourdes Sullivan and Lourdes Sullivan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 19, 2001
ON WEDNESDAY, more than 75 employees of Verizon Wireless at the North Laurel office gave up their lunch breaks to help those in need. They spent the time assembling personal-care kits for women sheltered by the Domestic Violence Center of Howard County. Like many great ideas, this one was sparked by a casual conversation. Sandra Langville of the Verizon human resources department had been speaking with Sarah Tucker, director of community education at the center in Columbia. The two women keep in touch because Verizon has supported drives for winter coats, canned goods and school supplies for the center.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 19, 1997
Maryland sophomore Pierre Vendetti was reprimanded yesterday by the Division I men's soccer subcommittee for striking a William and Mary player in the face during a second-round game of the 1996 NCAA tournament.Vendetti will be ineligible to play in the Terps' next NCAA tournament game.GYMNASTICS: Towson State senior Erin Shanley concluded her college career Thursday night by becoming the first Tiger to earn Division I All-America status. She finished 12th on bars to earn second-team All-America honors at the NCAA championship meet in Gainesville, Fla.Also Thursday night, Navy's Matt Tucker qualified for last night's men's finals in the vault by tying two other gymnasts for the second-highest preliminary score (9.775)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 19, 1997
EMMITSBURG -- Amy Langville and Nikki Schroyer each scored a career-high 25 points as Mount St. Mary's edged Rider, 72-70, yesterday.Schroyer also had 12 rebounds and Langville 10, as the Mountaineers (8-6) moved to 3-3 in the Northeast Conference.The Mount led 40-38 at halftime, watched Rider (5-7, 4-2) rally for a six-point lead with 11: 30 left, then used strong defense and a short jumper by Schroyer to take the lead for good with just over two minutes to play.Pub Date: 1/19/97
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 13, 1996
Aaron Swartzendruber scored 24 and Mark Young added 23 as Kansas State edged Coppin State, 84-80, in overtime last night in Manhattan, Kan. All three of the Eagles' losses this season have occurred at Big 12 opponents.The Wildcats (5-1), who have beaten Coppin in all four meetings, held a 41-29 halftime lead but needed to outscore the Eagles 10-6 in overtime for the victory. Antoine Brockington had 23 points to lead the Eagles (2-3), and Terquin Mott added 18.WomenAmerican 82, Mount St. Mary's 70: Junior center Mary Klima led four Eagles in double figures with 18 points and seven rebounds as host American (3-2)
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | November 27, 1996
The UMBC women's basketball team became part of an exclusive club yesterday, one it had no interest in joining.Mount St. Mary's added UMBC to the short list of schools it has beaten 20 times, getting 18 points from senior guard Amy Langville and 17 from sophomore forward Megan Gardiner in a 63-52 victory over the host Retrievers.Before yesterday, only Loyola College had gone down that many times to the Mount, which improved its series record against UMBC to 20-3.Gardiner scored 13 of her points in the first half, and finished with eight rebounds.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 1, 1996
EMMITSBURG -- Amy Langville scored 14 of her game-high 19 points from the free-throw line to lead Mount St. Mary's to a 63-56 victory over American yesterday in a women's game at Knott Arena.The Mountaineers (3-4) held the Eagles (4-4) to 27 percent shooting to break their four-game losing streak. Ally Baker paced American with 15 points and 15 rebounds.Mount St. Mary's led 27-20 at halftime and never trailed in the second half. The Mount advantage grew to as many as 13 points at the 6:04 mark after Langville converted four consecutive free throws, including two on a technical foul assessed to American coach Jeff Thatcher.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | December 3, 1992
If it's true that there's no substitute for speed, then experience and depth must be essential additives. The girls basketball team at Archbishop Spalding has both.The Cavaliers return nine players who coach Paul Leimkuhler says "understand the system and execute as a unit."Whether that's enough to lift Spalding to the upper echelon of the Catholic League is still a question, but it's reason enough for Leimkuhler to stick around an additional year to find out."I think I have the strongest team, top to bottom, that I've ever had here at Spalding," said Leimkuhler, who begins his ninth year as coach of the Cavs.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 9, 1996
For Mount St. Mary's guard Amy Langville, missing an NCAA tournament is even more rare than throwing a bad pass or suffering through a prolonged shooting slump. It just doesn't happen.And a victory at home tonight against St. Francis (Pa.) in the Northeast Conference tournament final will ensure that the 5-foot-8 junior's good fortune continues.The top-seeded Mountaineers (21-7) are trying to capture their fourth consecutive NEC championship, and third straight automatic bid into the NCAA tournament.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 6, 1996
EMMITSBURG -- Freshman forward Megan Gardiner scored a game-high 30 points to lead Mount St. Mary's to a 75-56 victory over Long Island in a Northeast Conference women's tournament quarterfinal last night at Knott Arena.The Mountaineers, two wins away from a third straight trip to the NCAA tournament, face Monmouth tomorrow at home in the semifinals.Gardiner scored 16 in the first half as the Mountaineers (20-7, 15-3) opened a 41-27 lead, ending the half with a 6-0 run.In the second half, the Blackbirds (11-16, 7-11)
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