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May 31, 1998
All-Metro Player of the Year Alex Lieske (Gilman) will lead the Red & White Team, while two-time All-Metro Conor Gill (St. TTC Paul's), the overall C. Markland Kelly Award winner, heads up the Black & Gold squad in today's fifth annual Senior All-State lacrosse game at Loyola College at 2 p.m.Lieske, an attackman headed for Duke, will be teamed with two-time All-Metro attackman Kyle Campbell (Mount Hebron), a Loyola-bound player who was honored as the C. Markland Kelly winner for 1A-2A schools.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | April 20, 2002
DURHAM, N.C. - The Year of the Terp might not extend to men's lacrosse. Maryland's hopes of gaining an at-large invitation to the NCAA tournament took a critical hit last night as Duke goalie A.J. Kincel had a sterling performance on the slick turf at Koskinen Stadium and Matt Rewkowski scored with four seconds remaining in the first overtime to deal the sixth-ranked Terps an 8-7 loss in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament....
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By Lem Satterfield | May 31, 1998
Player of the YearAlex Lieske, Gilman, senior, attack: This tough 5-10, 160-pound Duke-bound senior was the Greyhounds' quiet thunder. "Alex doesn't say much, never complained when we asked him to hold the ball in critical situations instead of trying to score," said coach John Tucker of Gilman's third Player of the Year in his nine seasons. "Alex is tough, not afraid to take someone on, one-on-one, to score the big goal. He'll go around you or through you, whatever it takes." Though he ranked second in team scoring with 44 goals and 35 assists, Lieske "was completely unselfish until it was time to score the big goals," Tucker said.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 3, 2002
DURHAM, N.C. -- Freshman Matt Monfett scored his first career goal with two seconds remaining in the second overtime to lift Duke to a 9-8 win over Maryland in an Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse game yesterday at rain-soaked Koskinen Stadium. The Blue Devils (2-0, 1-0) led 6-5 with 8:23 left to go in the third quarter, but the Terps (2-1, 0-1) responded with three unanswered goals to claim an 8-6 advantage with 10:39 left in the fourth quarter. Duke clawed back as Kevin Cassese forced overtime, scoring with eight seconds remaining in regulation.
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June 21, 1996
Berry Chalmers Rogers: An obituary published yesterday incorrectly reported that no services were held for Berry Chalmers Rogers, 76, formerly of Baltimore, who died June 8 in Columbia, S.C. In fact, services were held there June 12 at St. John's Episcopal Church. Memorial contributions can be made to the church, 2827 Wheat St., Columbia, S.C. 29205.The Sun regrets the error.Berry Chalmers Rogers, 76, who retired in 1989 as a purchasing agent at Armco Steel in East Baltimore and moved to Columbia, S.C., died at home of a stroke June 8.No services were held for the Baltimore native and 1936 graduate of City College.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 2, 1998
Gilman struggled with shooting yesterday and couldn't find its rhythm in the first half with a deliberate offense.But the No. 2-ranked Greyhounds proved they're just as smart as they are talented by suggesting to coach John Tucker that they switch their attack philosophy. They were right.Scrapping its dodge-oriented offense early in the second half, visiting Gilman finished the game on a 7-1 run by rotating the ball with quick passing to pull past No. 6 Calvert Hall, 13-8, on a rain-soaked field.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 1, 1998
Playing for a public school like Mount Hebron, senior Pat McClammer had heard the tales of greatness surrounding some of his counterparts in the more high-profile Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association.Yesterday, the goaltender finally got to see firsthand what all the fuss was about. And by game's end, it was he who had become the topic of conversation.McClammer made 11 saves, all in the first half, as his Red and White team edged its opponent in Black and Gold, 13-12, in the Maryland Lacrosse Coaches Association fifth annual Senior All-Star Game before an estimated 500 at Loyola College.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 3, 2002
DURHAM, N.C. -- Freshman Matt Monfett scored his first career goal with two seconds remaining in the second overtime to lift Duke to a 9-8 win over Maryland in an Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse game yesterday at rain-soaked Koskinen Stadium. The Blue Devils (2-0, 1-0) led 6-5 with 8:23 left to go in the third quarter, but the Terps (2-1, 0-1) responded with three unanswered goals to claim an 8-6 advantage with 10:39 left in the fourth quarter. Duke clawed back as Kevin Cassese forced overtime, scoring with eight seconds remaining in regulation.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | April 20, 2002
DURHAM, N.C. - The Year of the Terp might not extend to men's lacrosse. Maryland's hopes of gaining an at-large invitation to the NCAA tournament took a critical hit last night as Duke goalie A.J. Kincel had a sterling performance on the slick turf at Koskinen Stadium and Matt Rewkowski scored with four seconds remaining in the first overtime to deal the sixth-ranked Terps an 8-7 loss in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament....
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff writer | March 29, 1992
Woody Williams is a bit bewildered by the brouhaha his list of 39 known dump, rubble and landfill sites has created.The list came to the forefront of public debate two weeks ago when Williams, a county Health Department employee, pointed out that a proposed subdivision would be within 300 feet of an illegal dump.As a result of the ensuing furor, the county Health Department will now review all development concept plans before they are sent to the Department of Planning and Zoning.The creation of the list, and the revelation of its existence, were accidents.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 1, 1998
Playing for a public school like Mount Hebron, senior Pat McClammer had heard the tales of greatness surrounding some of his counterparts in the more high-profile Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association.Yesterday, the goaltender finally got to see firsthand what all the fuss was about. And by game's end, it was he who had become the topic of conversation.McClammer made 11 saves, all in the first half, as his Red and White team edged its opponent in Black and Gold, 13-12, in the Maryland Lacrosse Coaches Association fifth annual Senior All-Star Game before an estimated 500 at Loyola College.
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May 31, 1998
All-Metro Player of the Year Alex Lieske (Gilman) will lead the Red & White Team, while two-time All-Metro Conor Gill (St. TTC Paul's), the overall C. Markland Kelly Award winner, heads up the Black & Gold squad in today's fifth annual Senior All-State lacrosse game at Loyola College at 2 p.m.Lieske, an attackman headed for Duke, will be teamed with two-time All-Metro attackman Kyle Campbell (Mount Hebron), a Loyola-bound player who was honored as the C. Markland Kelly winner for 1A-2A schools.
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By Lem Satterfield | May 31, 1998
Player of the YearAlex Lieske, Gilman, senior, attack: This tough 5-10, 160-pound Duke-bound senior was the Greyhounds' quiet thunder. "Alex doesn't say much, never complained when we asked him to hold the ball in critical situations instead of trying to score," said coach John Tucker of Gilman's third Player of the Year in his nine seasons. "Alex is tough, not afraid to take someone on, one-on-one, to score the big goal. He'll go around you or through you, whatever it takes." Though he ranked second in team scoring with 44 goals and 35 assists, Lieske "was completely unselfish until it was time to score the big goals," Tucker said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 2, 1998
Gilman struggled with shooting yesterday and couldn't find its rhythm in the first half with a deliberate offense.But the No. 2-ranked Greyhounds proved they're just as smart as they are talented by suggesting to coach John Tucker that they switch their attack philosophy. They were right.Scrapping its dodge-oriented offense early in the second half, visiting Gilman finished the game on a 7-1 run by rotating the ball with quick passing to pull past No. 6 Calvert Hall, 13-8, on a rain-soaked field.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 18, 1998
Following Tuesday's emotional overtime loss to Loyola, Gilman coach John Tucker spent two days in practice hammering home the point that his top-ranked Greyhounds couldn't let one setback ruin their otherwise stellar season.Apparently, the message got through.Yesterday against No. 5 St. Mary's, the Greyhounds battled for ground balls, took advantage of scoring opportunities and clamped down on defense in a 15-9 win over the struggling Saints."This was huge," said Tucker. "Last year we went through the same thing.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 15, 1998
Goalie Marty McFadden came off the bench to make 10 saves, and also assisted on Matt Urlock's game-winning fifth goal at 2: 31 of overtime in fourth-ranked Loyola's 13-12 lacrosse win at top-ranked Gilman yesterday.After blocking Gilman's third overtime shot, a point-blank volley by Andrew Faraone, McFadden fired a high, arching pass toward Gilman's crease. The ball bounced over a Greyhounds defender to Urlock, who rifled it past keeper Jay Pfeifer (19 saves) for Loyola's ninth straight win."
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff writer | March 22, 1992
Here's a dump, there's a dump, there's yet another dump.That wasthe refrain at Tuesday's County Council meeting, as council members expressed their irritation at finding out earlier in the day that a proposed subdivision between Aberdeen and Riverside would be located within 300 feet of an illegal dump.As part of an update of the county's master water and sewer plan,council members were being urged by Department of Public Works administrators to give priority development status to the planned 1,600-home Hollywoods subdivision.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 9, 1997
Every game, it seems, a different undergraduate steps up offensively for No. 2-ranked Gilman.In an earlier victory over No. 5 St. Mary's, it was sophomore Andrew Faraone with five goals and three assists. Later, in a win over No. 6 Loyola, it was freshman Ryan Boyle with five goals.In yesterday's 12-7 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference victory over No. 7 McDonogh, it was Alex Lieske's turn to have his second big game of the year. The junior scored four goals and an assist, keying a 5-0 run that broke a 4-4 second-quarter tie against the Eagles (8-2, 0-2)
NEWS
June 21, 1996
Berry Chalmers Rogers: An obituary published yesterday incorrectly reported that no services were held for Berry Chalmers Rogers, 76, formerly of Baltimore, who died June 8 in Columbia, S.C. In fact, services were held there June 12 at St. John's Episcopal Church. Memorial contributions can be made to the church, 2827 Wheat St., Columbia, S.C. 29205.The Sun regrets the error.Berry Chalmers Rogers, 76, who retired in 1989 as a purchasing agent at Armco Steel in East Baltimore and moved to Columbia, S.C., died at home of a stroke June 8.No services were held for the Baltimore native and 1936 graduate of City College.
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