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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | May 3, 1992
Haswell Franklin can't say enough about Shawn Miller, the winningest wrestler in the history of Broadneck High School."Between Clarion and Lock Haven [universities,] Shawn had a choice between two of the nation's quality Division I programs," said Franklin, chairman of the Maryland State Wrestling Association, which listed Miller as the state's top-ranked 119-pound wrestler this past winter."He has proven he can compete with the best high school wrestlers. He's got Division I skill, heart and intensity."
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2014
Evvie Buehlman Mount Hebron, sophomore, pitcher/outfielder * Committed no errors in the outfield * Led the team in hits, runs, average, doubles and walks * Went 9-3 against some of the toughest competition in the county and struck out 109 batters Bre Casper Eastern Tech, junior, third baseman * Broke the state record for RBIs with 59 * Hit .597 with nine home runs, five triples and 11 doubles ...
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By BILL FREE and BILL FREE,SUN REPORTER | December 21, 2005
Ginger Williams doesn't crave any of the headlines that come with her being the leading scorer and rebounder for the Division II Lock Haven women's basketball team. "I try to do what I can to help the team, and if it involves other things [than scoring and rebounding] then that's what I do," said the former All-Anne Arundel County selection from Chesapeake High in Pasadena, who averages 13.6 points and 10 rebounds. But there are times the 5-foot-11 junior forward can't escape the spotlight.
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By BILL FREE | January 28, 2007
Westminster's Alex Held, a 5-foot-8 senior shooting guard, is a three-year starter who averages 10 points, four rebounds and three assists a game. Also known for her strong defensive play, Held carries a 3.7 grade point average and was a three-year starter on the soccer team. What is your primary goal for the rest of the season? Probably just to have fun and play better than we have. What does the team need most to improve? We need to work with each other more and find that chemistry.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | September 7, 2003
A week after opening with a devastating loss at Morgan State, Towson took out its frustrations on Division II Lock Haven last night at Minnegan Field at Towson Stadium. In their first meeting, the Tigers dominated throughout, cleared their bench and romped to a 50-19 victory to end a three-game losing streak that stretched back to 2002. "I feel we had a great week of practice, prepared better and were a lot more focused for this game," Towson coach Gordy Combs said. "It was definitely a confidence booster for ourselves," added tailback Mikal Lundy, who rushed for a career-high 121 yards and scored two touchdowns.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 11, 2005
Towson coach Gordy Combs asked for a quick start from his offense. He got that and more. Much, much more. The 4,029 in attendance at Johnny Unitas Stadium yesterday were treated to the most lopsided game in school history, as the Tigers amassed 601 yards in total offense in a record-shattering 70-0 win over Division II Lock Haven. Towson, which improved to 2-0 for the first time since 2000, broke team marks for, among other things, points (breaking a record set in 1970), victory margin (eclipsing a 22-year mark)
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August 28, 1991
Age; Residence 35; WestminsterSalary: $43,447Family: Wife: Barbara, pupil personnel worker for Carroll schools; her children, Laura, 16; Jessica, 12Education: Bachelor's degree, Lock Haven University, Lock Haven, Pa., 1978; master's degree in education, Western Maryland College, 1984Previous work experience:Social studies teacher for a private school in Los Angeles; history teacher at Southwestern School District, Pa.; teacher and guidance counselor at...
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June 8, 2005
Phoebe L. Kelly, a retired high school field hockey and tennis coach, died of pneumonia related to cancer May 31 at Chester River Hospital Center in Chestertown. The Church Hill resident was 60. Born Phoebe Lorine Williams in Fort Jackson, S.C., she was a graduate of Lock Haven State University in Lock Haven, Pa., where she was named best senior athlete. She taught physical education in Chalfont, Pa., before moving to Cape St. Claire and teaching at Annapolis High School for a year. In the early 1980s, she became field hockey and tennis coach at Broadneck High School, and also taught health and sports medicine.
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March 31, 1995
George W. Frank Sr.Crane company officialGeorge W. Frank Sr., retired vice president of a crane and hoist company, died Sunday of cancer at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Baltimore. He was 81 and lived in Randallstown.He retired in 1981 as regional vice president of Neuhaus America Corp. Earlier, he was president of Jarvis Lumber Co. and owned a map-making business. All were in the Baltimore area.He was born in Flemington, Pa., was a 1932 graduate of Lock Haven (Pa.) High School and attended the Johns Hopkins University.
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By Bill Free | May 18, 2005
Lock Haven University discus thrower Ginger Williams has learned how difficult it can be to get to the NCAA Division II track and field championships. Williams (Chesapeake-AA) had a perfect scenario developing on Mother's Day at Lock Haven to make a charge for one of the 16 spots in the NCAA discus competition. She had a breeze at her back, her mother and grandmother in the stands, dinner out was planned. Everything went smoothly as the 5-foot-11 sophomore spun the discus 147 feet to win the LHU Last Chance Qualifier and destroy a 16-year school record by 9 feet, 6 inches.
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By BILL FREE and BILL FREE,SUN REPORTER | December 21, 2005
Ginger Williams doesn't crave any of the headlines that come with her being the leading scorer and rebounder for the Division II Lock Haven women's basketball team. "I try to do what I can to help the team, and if it involves other things [than scoring and rebounding] then that's what I do," said the former All-Anne Arundel County selection from Chesapeake High in Pasadena, who averages 13.6 points and 10 rebounds. But there are times the 5-foot-11 junior forward can't escape the spotlight.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 11, 2005
Towson coach Gordy Combs asked for a quick start from his offense. He got that and more. Much, much more. The 4,029 in attendance at Johnny Unitas Stadium yesterday were treated to the most lopsided game in school history, as the Tigers amassed 601 yards in total offense in a record-shattering 70-0 win over Division II Lock Haven. Towson, which improved to 2-0 for the first time since 2000, broke team marks for, among other things, points (breaking a record set in 1970), victory margin (eclipsing a 22-year mark)
NEWS
June 8, 2005
Phoebe L. Kelly, a retired high school field hockey and tennis coach, died of pneumonia related to cancer May 31 at Chester River Hospital Center in Chestertown. The Church Hill resident was 60. Born Phoebe Lorine Williams in Fort Jackson, S.C., she was a graduate of Lock Haven State University in Lock Haven, Pa., where she was named best senior athlete. She taught physical education in Chalfont, Pa., before moving to Cape St. Claire and teaching at Annapolis High School for a year. In the early 1980s, she became field hockey and tennis coach at Broadneck High School, and also taught health and sports medicine.
SPORTS
By Bill Free | May 18, 2005
Lock Haven University discus thrower Ginger Williams has learned how difficult it can be to get to the NCAA Division II track and field championships. Williams (Chesapeake-AA) had a perfect scenario developing on Mother's Day at Lock Haven to make a charge for one of the 16 spots in the NCAA discus competition. She had a breeze at her back, her mother and grandmother in the stands, dinner out was planned. Everything went smoothly as the 5-foot-11 sophomore spun the discus 147 feet to win the LHU Last Chance Qualifier and destroy a 16-year school record by 9 feet, 6 inches.
FEATURES
By JACQUES KELLY | June 5, 2004
IT'S TAKEN me many years to realize the benefits of the domestic arts education I received while growing up in the old Guilford Avenue house. I can't recall any real loafers in that household of 12; each month brought its own chores and duties. One of my home-school classes involved the garden, a tiny rowhouse back yard that, for all the shade of a nearby apartment house, supplied a delightful crop of flowers, over and above the roses that seemed to dominate the show. As a child, I was fascinated by all the bulbs and fertilizers, plus walks throughout Charles Village to inspect our neighbors' little homesteads.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | September 7, 2003
A week after opening with a devastating loss at Morgan State, Towson took out its frustrations on Division II Lock Haven last night at Minnegan Field at Towson Stadium. In their first meeting, the Tigers dominated throughout, cleared their bench and romped to a 50-19 victory to end a three-game losing streak that stretched back to 2002. "I feel we had a great week of practice, prepared better and were a lot more focused for this game," Towson coach Gordy Combs said. "It was definitely a confidence booster for ourselves," added tailback Mikal Lundy, who rushed for a career-high 121 yards and scored two touchdowns.
NEWS
By BILL FREE | January 28, 2007
Westminster's Alex Held, a 5-foot-8 senior shooting guard, is a three-year starter who averages 10 points, four rebounds and three assists a game. Also known for her strong defensive play, Held carries a 3.7 grade point average and was a three-year starter on the soccer team. What is your primary goal for the rest of the season? Probably just to have fun and play better than we have. What does the team need most to improve? We need to work with each other more and find that chemistry.
FEATURES
By JACQUES KELLY | June 5, 2004
IT'S TAKEN me many years to realize the benefits of the domestic arts education I received while growing up in the old Guilford Avenue house. I can't recall any real loafers in that household of 12; each month brought its own chores and duties. One of my home-school classes involved the garden, a tiny rowhouse back yard that, for all the shade of a nearby apartment house, supplied a delightful crop of flowers, over and above the roses that seemed to dominate the show. As a child, I was fascinated by all the bulbs and fertilizers, plus walks throughout Charles Village to inspect our neighbors' little homesteads.
NEWS
March 31, 1995
George W. Frank Sr.Crane company officialGeorge W. Frank Sr., retired vice president of a crane and hoist company, died Sunday of cancer at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Baltimore. He was 81 and lived in Randallstown.He retired in 1981 as regional vice president of Neuhaus America Corp. Earlier, he was president of Jarvis Lumber Co. and owned a map-making business. All were in the Baltimore area.He was born in Flemington, Pa., was a 1932 graduate of Lock Haven (Pa.) High School and attended the Johns Hopkins University.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | May 3, 1992
Haswell Franklin can't say enough about Shawn Miller, the winningest wrestler in the history of Broadneck High School."Between Clarion and Lock Haven [universities,] Shawn had a choice between two of the nation's quality Division I programs," said Franklin, chairman of the Maryland State Wrestling Association, which listed Miller as the state's top-ranked 119-pound wrestler this past winter."He has proven he can compete with the best high school wrestlers. He's got Division I skill, heart and intensity."
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