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By From Staff Reports | January 18, 1994
Alan Cole scored 14 and Eric Blackiston added 13 as Brown (6-7) handed host Navy (5-9) its fourth straight loss, 72-61, at Alumni Hall last night.Navy trailed by seven at the half before cutting the lead to three on a Frank Hughes jumper with 7:50 remaining. Brown's Blackiston answered the rally with two baskets and gave Brown a seven-point lead.The Midshipmen came within five with 15 minutes left, but got no closer.Leading scorers for Navy included Larry Green at 13 and Wes Cooper with nine.
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Sports Digest | June 27, 2014
Et cetera Pannell's late goal lifts Team USA to 10-9 win in MLL All-Star Game The New York Lizards' Rob Pannell scored with seven seconds remaining to lift Team USA to a 10-9 victory over Team MLL on Thursday night before an announced 10,327 at Harvard Stadium in Cambridge, Mass. Pannell, who also had two assists, was named the game's Most Valuable Player. Team MLL's Joe Walters (Maryland) of the Chesapeake Bayhawks led all scorers with three goals. Marcus Holman (Gilman)
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April 13, 2002
The Sun is compiling statistics for baseball, softball, boys and girls lacrosse to be published on Mondays. Here is what is needed for baseball and softball: leading hitters - at-bats, hits, average, runs scored, RBIs, 2Bs, 3Bs, HRs and stolen bases; leading pitchers - innings pitched, strikeouts, wins, losses and ERA. boys and girls lacrosse: leading scorers - goals, assists, total points; goalies - games, shots against, saves, pct. Please call in...
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2014
Mike Chanenchuk is not invincible, and he's smart enough to realize that. Maryland's leading scorer was limited by an injured ankle in the Terps' 12-6 victory over Navy on Saturday, but surely, he would be willing and able for Saturday's NCAA tournament first-round game against Cornell at 5 p.m. at Byrd Stadium in College Park, right? Not necessarily, Chanenchuk said. “I can't say that, just because it's kind of day-to-day right now,” the attackman said Tuesday afternoon.
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | February 24, 1993
At halftime of yesterday's game against No. 19 Milford Mill, No. 8 Loch Raven had made just 11 of 38 shots from the field (29 percent) and its two leading scorers were held to a combined six points.And Loch Raven was winning.The Raiders (19-0, 17-0) went on to defeat visiting Milford Mill (16-4, 14-3), 62-53, in a Baltimore County 2A-1A Division game.With the victory, Loch Raven clinched the division title and assured itself the top seed in the Class 2A, Region II playoffs.The Raiders will play host to No. 9 Randallstown (19-0)
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By Tom Worgo and Tom Worgo,Contributing Writer | December 9, 1992
The Archbishop Spalding girls basketball team seems to have put last season behind it. The Cavaliers, 8-17 last season, are off to a 2-0 start after upsetting 10th-ranked Mercy, 60-47, yesterday.The victory gives Spalding reason for optimism this year."Our goal is to win the Catholic League," said Spalding coach Paul Leimkuhler, whose team registered seven consecutive winning seasons before last year."And with this team, it may be our best chance in recent years. I have nine returning players, including five starters."
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Contributing writer | May 17, 1992
Top-seeded Perry Hall used three goals by Kerri Johnson and two by JoAnne Binko to defeat Catonsville, 8-5, in a girls Class 4A/3A state semifinal lacrosse game at Catonsville Community College yesterday.The Gators (12-1) will face defending state champion Severna Park (14-1) in Tuesday's final, also at Catonsville Community College at 5 p.m.Trailing 5-3 at the half, Catonsville (9-3) scored three minutes into the second half on a shot by Amanda Deems and applied pressure for the next nine minutes to stay close.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | January 30, 1994
LANDOVER -- With their two leading scorers on the sidelines in street clothes, the question for the Washington Bullets going into last night's game against the Orlando Magic was who would score.For much of the night scoring wasn't a problem for the Bullets, who led by seven points nearly halfway through the fourth quarter. But in the end, Washington managed just one field goal in the final six minutes in losing to the Magic, 103-99, before a sellout crowd of 18,756 at USAir Arena.Washington hit more field goals (43-39)
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By Mary Schmitt and Mary Schmitt,Contributing Writer | November 21, 1992
MINNEAPOLIS -- During halftime of the Washington Bullets' game against the Minnesota Timberwolves last night at Target Center, fans had a chance to shoot baskets to win trips to such exotic locations as Munich, Germany, Zurich, Switzerland, and Sydney, Australia.The good news for the fans was that several actually won tickets. The bad news was they couldn't leave immediately and had to stay to watch the second half of the Bullets' gutty 108-100 victory.Harvey Grant scored 11 of his game-high 25 points in the final quarter, and Tom Gugliotta and Michael Adams added 24 each to lead the undermanned Bullets, who won their third game in four outings after an 0-4 start.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | April 17, 1992
When Arundel girls lacrosse coach Sue Licameli started organizing her school's Easter tournament back in December, she had no idea how good the other competing teams would be by April.She learned a few things about Harford County's Fallston yesterday afternoon.The Cougars, unbeaten and ranked eighth in the metro area, broke open a close game after halftime and defeated the Wildcats, 13-8.Arundel (3-5), winners of three straight until yesterday, will face Atholton of Howard County in tomorrow's 10 a.m. consolation.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2014
Home is where the Maryland men's lacrosse team wants to be for the first round of the NCAA tournament, and the No. 7 Terps might have ensured that scenario with a 12-6 victory over visiting Navy on Saturday. With the win, Maryland improved to 11-3 and appeared to lock up one of the eight seeds - and a guaranteed home game - in the first round of the tournament. It would be the third time in the last five seasons that the Terps have hosted an NCAA tournament contest at Byrd Stadium, where they are 7-0 this season.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2014
Frostburg State will play without its leading scorer for at least the next two games. Senior attackman Ryan Serio (Chesapeake-AA), who leads the Bobcats (9-3, 2-2 Capital Athletic Conference) in goals (36) and points (44), is battling a few undisclosed injuries and will not return until at least April 12, when No. 14 Mary Washington visits. “Right now, he's a little sore,” coach Tommy Pearce said Friday. “We're going to make sure he gets his mobility back. His sophomore year, he got a little injured and came back too early and wound up missing the rest of that year.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 10, 2014
One reason for optimism in the preseason for McDaniel was the return of four of the team's top six scorers. For now, however, the leader of that pack is shelved for an extended period of time. Sophomore midfielder Jason Lawrence, a Fallston graduate who led the offense in both assists (20) and points (38) in 2013, suffered a broken rib the day before the team's eventual 13-7 loss to No. 18 York on March 1 and has sat out the past three games. Coach Matt Hatton said last week that Lawrence could return for Saturday's home contest against Ferrum (1-6)
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2014
Since opening the season with a 14-13 overtime loss to No. 2 Virginia on Feb. 6, No. 5 Loyola has reeled off four straight victories and is considered one of the hottest teams in Division I. And the Greyhounds have more than one player to thank. The team has had a different “hero” emerge in three of the four victories. Junior attackman Nikko Pontrello powered Loyola's wins against No. 8 Penn State and No. 18 Towson. Senior attackman Brian Schultz recorded career highs in goals and assists in a rout of Holy Cross, and senior midfielder Kevin Ryan set a career best in goals in a convincing victory over No. 17 Lehigh.
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By Pete Barrett and The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2014
Loyola's adjustment to basketball without leading scorer and rebounder Dylon Cormier has been mixed. Cormier, likely lost for the season after sustaining a pair of left wrist fractures in the Greyhounds' loss to Army last Saturday, had surgery on Wednesday. Loyola (10-13, 5-7 Patriot League) responded to losing their best player by beating the conference's best team, American (14-9, 10-2). But they lost to Lehigh, 66-52, on Saturday in Bethlehem, Pa., shooting just 33.3 in the process, including 20 percent from 3-point range.
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Sports Digest | February 4, 2014
Syracuse senior forward C.J. Fair (City) was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week. The senior forward shot 12-for-20 from the field for a career-high 28 points Saturday against No. 11 Duke, keying the Orange to a 91-89 overtime win. The performance followed a 16-point, eight-rebound effort in Wednesday's 67-57 victory at Wake Forest. For the season, Fair is averaging 17.2 points and 5.9 rebounds per game for undefeated Syracuse. MORE DIVISION I: Delaware senior guard Devon Saddler (Aberdeen)
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May 30, 2007
Broadneck's Collin Tokosch is considered one of the county's premier lacrosse defensemen, having garnered the most votes at his position on the public school coaches' All-County team. A three-year starter and team captain, the 6-foot-3, 175-pound senior is a two-time All-County performer. Throughout his past two seasons, Tokosch never was scored on in one-and-one situations, and he led his team in takeaways and ground balls. He was assigned the opponents' best players and scorers and routinely shut them down.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | January 7, 1993
Washington Capitals coach Terry Murray is a little more relaxed now. The corners of his mouth aren't so tightly drawn, xTC and the smile, hidden much of the early part of the season, has returned. The reason? At the halfway point of the 84-game NHL season, the Capitals are in second place in the Patrick Division and playing the way everyone expected them to.For Murray and the Capitals, the fear is gone.If anyone had told Murray before the season that his No. 1 goalie, Don Beaupre, would be under .500 at this point and that the Caps would play without three of their leading scorers -- Michal Pivonka, Dimitri Khristich and Randy Burridge -- for almost a quarter of the season, Murray would not have believed his team could be 21-16-4 going into tonight's game in Philadelphia.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - Following a defensive game plan does wonders for a college basketball team, as Maryland finally figured out in a 70-56 win Tuesday . Much of Mark Turgeon's pregame scouting report centered around stopping high-scoring North Carolina Central guard Jeremy Ingram. Trying to become the latest guard to light up the Terps and lead his team to a nonconference road win, Ingram found himself double-teamed at Comcast Center. Wing Dez Wells got the first crack at Ingram, who came in as the nation's third-leading scorer (24.6 points per game)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2013
Prior to Monday night's 63-48 loss to UMBC, the Navy men's basketball team announced that it had suspended sophomore point guard Tilman Dunbar and sophomore guard Phil Guglielmo indefinitely for violating unspecified academy rules. Dunbar had led the Midshipmen (5-6) in scoring (11.9 points per game), assists (5.0) and playing time (30.9 minutes). Coach Ed DeChellis told Collegehoopsdaily.com that the players are fully aware of the expectations placed upon them . “Our standards are little higher, and you can't deviate from those and we take them very, very seriously,” he told the website.
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