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December 4, 1990
* ATHOLTON (15-10): The Raiders posted their third-best record in Howard County last season and lost to Middletown in the Class 2A, Region I final. Two starters are among the seven returning lettermen. Atholton's strength is its frontcourt of 6-2 senior Jermaine Reynolds (11 ppg, 10 rpg) and 6-0 senior David Snyder. Coach Jim Albert will need to find help in the backcourt from juniors Brian Van Deusen, Brian Smith and Chris Poe and senior Kori Hunter.* CENTENNIAL (7-13): Centennial won only three league games last season and has five returning lettermen, but there are talented players coming from a strong junior varsity.
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September 2, 2009
The poll Compiled by sports staff after consulting with coaches 1. McDonogh: Coach: Steve Nichols. Last season: 20-1, ranked No. 1. Postseason: MIAA A Conference champion. Outlook: The Eagles, who are ranked second nationally behind Brentwood (N.Y.) in the ESPN Rise poll, are loaded with NCAA Division I-caliber talent and are heavily favored to win their third consecutive conference title. 2. Mount St. Joseph: Coach: Mike St. Martin. Last season: 15-7-1, No. 5. Postseason: MIAA A Conference finalist.
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By RICK BELZ | December 5, 2000
Can Westminster have its fourth straight season of at least 15 wins? The Owls suffered heavy losses to graduation, but anytime you return a Player of the Year (John David Byers) with a nearly 20-point scoring average, you have a solid foundation. Five senior lettermen who were non-starters return, and the team has size and quickness.
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By Aaron Wright | August 10, 2009
When Morgan State football coach Donald Hill-Eley opens practice today, he'll see 40 returning lettermen and 14 starters from last season's 6-6 (4-4 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) team. Although the Bears were picked to finish sixth in the MEAC preseason poll, there is reason for optimism. Seven Morgan State players were named to the Preseason All-MEAC team, including running back Devan James and defensive end Justin Lawrence. Hill-Eley, entering his eighth season, has a career mark of 36-43.
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By Aaron Wright | August 10, 2009
When Morgan State football coach Donald Hill-Eley opens practice today, he'll see 40 returning lettermen and 14 starters from last season's 6-6 (4-4 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) team. Although the Bears were picked to finish sixth in the MEAC preseason poll, there is reason for optimism. Seven Morgan State players were named to the Preseason All-MEAC team, including running back Devan James and defensive end Justin Lawrence. Hill-Eley, entering his eighth season, has a career mark of 36-43.
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September 2, 2009
The poll Compiled by sports staff after consulting with coaches 1. McDonogh: Coach: Steve Nichols. Last season: 20-1, ranked No. 1. Postseason: MIAA A Conference champion. Outlook: The Eagles, who are ranked second nationally behind Brentwood (N.Y.) in the ESPN Rise poll, are loaded with NCAA Division I-caliber talent and are heavily favored to win their third consecutive conference title. 2. Mount St. Joseph: Coach: Mike St. Martin. Last season: 15-7-1, No. 5. Postseason: MIAA A Conference finalist.
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By Earl P. Schubert | September 28, 1990
Just how much can this Boston College squad take?Last year, the Eagles suffered through a 2-9 season, including a 27-24 upset loss to Navy, making for Coach Jack Bicknell's third consecutive losing season. This year, they've lost their opening games to Pittsburgh and Big Ten power Ohio State by a combined score of 60-16. And they've got Penn State, Syracuse, West Virginia and Miami ahead of them. Whew!So tomorrow, the Middies should find a BC team that will be eager for its first victory when the Eagles travel to Navy-Marines Corps Stadium for a 12:10 p.m. game.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko, Steven Kivinski, John Harris and Roch Eric Kubatko, Steven Kivinski, John Harris,Staff Writers Staff writer Pat O'Malley contributed to this story | September 6, 1992
The coaches at Archbishop Spalding, Broadneck and Northeast are new. So is Severna Park's entire starting lineup. And, practically, Glen Burnie's entire team.Welcome to the 1992 high school boys soccer season. Try not to become too disoriented by the unfamiliar surroundings.Every member of the Anne Arundel County Sun's first-team All-County group has graduated, including Player of the Year Erik Washington from Meade. Only three athletes return from the second team.Glen Burnie bid farewell to 17 of its 23 players, while Severna Park has eight returning lettermen -- each one a reserve on last year's region finalist.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | August 17, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Greg Manning was not a natural when he played point guard for the University of Maryland basketball team in the late 1970s and early 1980s. His game was self-made by spending extra hours on the court after practice.So when the school's athletic department began a search five months ago for a new executive director for the M-Club, a group composed of former letter-winners who contribute mainly to the scholarship fund, Manning's name drew instant attention.He was selected to replace Jack Flynn, who retired.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | December 12, 1990
Besides death and taxes, almost nothing has been so certain in recent years as a county title for the Oakland Mills boys basketball team.The Scorpions shoot for their fourth straight county championship this year and their second straight state Class 3A title.Oakland Mills appears to have the talent to accomplish both objectives.But the team must fight off strong challenges expected from Wilde Lake, Hammond and Howard. Mount Hebron, Atholton and Centennial also could challenge, but appear more likely to be battling for playoff spots.
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By RICK BELZ | December 5, 2000
Can Westminster have its fourth straight season of at least 15 wins? The Owls suffered heavy losses to graduation, but anytime you return a Player of the Year (John David Byers) with a nearly 20-point scoring average, you have a solid foundation. Five senior lettermen who were non-starters return, and the team has size and quickness.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko, Steven Kivinski, John Harris and Roch Eric Kubatko, Steven Kivinski, John Harris,Staff Writers Staff writer Pat O'Malley contributed to this story | September 6, 1992
The coaches at Archbishop Spalding, Broadneck and Northeast are new. So is Severna Park's entire starting lineup. And, practically, Glen Burnie's entire team.Welcome to the 1992 high school boys soccer season. Try not to become too disoriented by the unfamiliar surroundings.Every member of the Anne Arundel County Sun's first-team All-County group has graduated, including Player of the Year Erik Washington from Meade. Only three athletes return from the second team.Glen Burnie bid farewell to 17 of its 23 players, while Severna Park has eight returning lettermen -- each one a reserve on last year's region finalist.
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December 4, 1990
* ABERDEEN (9-12): There are two veteran starters, 5-7 point G Demont Blackmon (10.7 ppg, 5 apg), who led the county in three-point field-goal percentage, and 5-8 G Trent Thomas. The Eagles are quick, but having no starter over 6-2 will hurt them against taller teams. The Eagles may be at their best defensively, with a lot of man-to-man and pressure defense.* BEL AIR (6-16): The Bobcats, with eight lettermen, have one of the most experienced teams in the county. Their backcourt of 6-0 Mike Eves and 6-3 Jason Pruitt combined for 25 points last season, mostly from outside.
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By Earl P. Schubert | September 28, 1990
Just how much can this Boston College squad take?Last year, the Eagles suffered through a 2-9 season, including a 27-24 upset loss to Navy, making for Coach Jack Bicknell's third consecutive losing season. This year, they've lost their opening games to Pittsburgh and Big Ten power Ohio State by a combined score of 60-16. And they've got Penn State, Syracuse, West Virginia and Miami ahead of them. Whew!So tomorrow, the Middies should find a BC team that will be eager for its first victory when the Eagles travel to Navy-Marines Corps Stadium for a 12:10 p.m. game.
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September 5, 2000
1 McDonogh Last season 17-3-3, ranked No.4 Skinny: Eagles return nine starters from MIAA A Conference runner-up team, including All-State striker Kaiser Chowdhry. 2. Mount Hebron Last season:16-3,No. 5 Skinny: Class 2A state champs return area's top goalkeeper, Greg Peters, and outstanding midfielder Matt White. 3. Oakland Mills Last season: 17-1-1, No.2 Skinny: Seeks state 1A three-peat with 11 lettermen, including All-State midfielder Trevor Shea and striker Kyle Farmer. 4. Chesapeake--AA Last season: 13-3, No.8 Skinny: Region finalist returns All-State midfielder Mike Jungerheld and Anne Arundel Player of the Year Adrian Titus, a striker.
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