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December 2, 2012
Loyola Blakefield's freshman soccer team completed a perfect 15-0-2 record this season in claiming the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference title. The Dons also prevailed over B Conference junior varsity squads from St. Paul's and Boy's Latin. After starting the season with five consecutive wins, a trip to Georgetown Prep in Bethesda was the first real challenge for Loyola. "Both teams were undefeated, and we were unsure how the game would play out. It turned out to be extremely physical.
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From Sun staff reports | October 9, 2014
Ryan Conrad completed his hat trick two minutes into overtime assisted by Gavin Barger to lift No. 3 host Loyola Blakefield over No. 11 Calvert Hall, 3-2, in boys soccer Wednesday. Conrad gave the Dons (8-2) a 1-0 lead midway through the first and added his second goal on a two-on-one fast break for a 2-0 lead. The Cardinals (6-2-3) scored the next two. Andrew Reter had the tying goal. Archbishop Curley 2, No. 7 C. Milton Wright 0: Tre Pulliam and Matt Brumett scored second-half goals and the host Friars (6-8)
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October 31, 2012
The talents of students from three local schools will be on stage beginning this evening, Friday, Oct. 26, when the Loyola Blakefield Players present its fall drama, "Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus," the classic tale of horror about a scientist who re-animates a corpse. The story was originally published in 1818, and has had numerous screen and stage re-creations. It was was modified for the stage by Victor Gialanella from the novel by Mary Shelley. The Loyola Blakefield production stars senior Tim Neil as scientist Victor Frankenstein, and freshman Nigel Goldsborough as The Creature.
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From Sun staff reports | October 3, 2014
The No. 14 Archbishop Spalding boys soccer team put together a 2-0 run to take a one-goal lead in the second half, but visiting top-ranked McDonogh answered with a 2-0 run of its own and won, 3-2, Friday. The Eagles stayed perfect at 11-0, and the Cavaliers fell to 5-5-1. The teams traded goals in the first half. Spalding broke the 1-all halftime deadlock when Nick Asbeck scored on an assist from Hunter Alchin in the 44th minute. McDonogh's Connor Smith scored in the 64th minute, and Noah Wax had the game-winner assisted by Nicolas Brown in the 66th minute.
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By Barbara Pash | April 4, 2014
They toured the site - 27 aces of prime waterfront property wedged between ritzy Harbor East and trendy Fell's Point in Baltimore City. They met with the developer, who reviewed his $1 billion project of offices, retail, residential and hotel. Now, Loyola Blakefield students are taking a crack at coming up with their own plan for the site on which Harbor Point is being built. Loyola Blakefield is one of 10 teams this year, in Team Project, an annual event of ACE (Architecture, Construction and Engineering)
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | January 7, 2003
The Rev. Daniel Bradley Murray, S.J., a longtime educator at Loyola Blakefield high school who introduced computers to the school's campus in Towson, died of a brain tumor Sunday at St. Joseph University's Jesuit residence in Lower Merion, Pa. He was 80. Until his final illness, Father Murray, with his tousled white hair, black-rimmed glasses and wide smile, was a familiar and welcoming presence to Loyola students, faculty and parents for 30 years....
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By Mary Maushard and Mary Maushard,SUN STAFF | February 14, 1998
Jack Dennis is a known quantity at Loyola Blakefield High School.And in his case, that's a plus.As the news of the Loyola alumnus' appointment as president spread this week, those close to the school cheered, saying he could easily take the 146-year-old boys' school into the next century.With a memorable personality, concern for others, tremendous energy and broad experience in Jesuit education, the Rev. John M. Dennis is described as able to work with students, staff members, parents and alumni to build on Loyola's traditions.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 25, 2003
An assistant headmaster at a private school outside Pittsburgh has been named the new head of the upper school at Loyola Blakefield in Towson, school officials have announced. Christopher J. Post, who is assistant headmaster at the Kiski School in Saltsburg, Pa., will take over July 1 at the private Catholic school with 972 boys in sixth through 12th grades, said the Rev. John M. Dennis, president of Loyola. Post, 32, replaces Gail Kujawa, who has served as interim head of the upper school for the past year.
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By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | May 4, 2001
Five students from Loyola Blakefield and six pupils from Dumbarton Middle School were injured yesterday -- one of them seriously -- when a Ford Mustang driven by a teen-ager slammed into the back of a Baltimore County school bus. Larry Williams, 16, an 11th-grader at Loyola Blakefield, a private boys school in Towson, suffered a broken right leg and was in serious condition last night at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. He was a passenger in the Mustang. The other students -- none of whom suffered life-threatening injuries -- were treated at Greater Baltimore Medical Center and Sinai Hospital, said Cpl. Vickie Warehime, a spokeswoman for county police.
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By Mary Maushard and Mary Maushard,SUN STAFF | February 10, 1998
Loyola Blakefield has named a Baltimore native and a 1971 alumnus as its next president to replace the Rev. James F. McAndrews, who has led the Towson school since 1979.The appointment of the Rev. John M. Dennis, a Jesuit priest, was announced by the school's board of trustees yesterday. Dennis, 44, will take over July 1 at the Catholic middle and high school for boys.Since 1996, he has been a fund-raiser at St. Ignatius College Preparatory School in Chicago. From 1992 to 1996, he taught mathematics and religion and was director of community service at Loyola Blakefield, where he was known as "Father Jack."
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2014
Mount Saint Joseph's football team doesn't need a lot of time to score points. With Nevone McCrimmon in the backfield and Jimmy Moore, Jake Dahl, Calvin Montgomery, Nick Phelps, J.T. Uhler and Kyle Offerman up front, the No. 4 Gaels had no trouble getting off to a quick start at Loyola Blakefield on Saturday. On the Gaels' first play from scrimmage, McCrimmon raced 79 yards for the first of his four touchdowns. On the third play of the next drive, the senior running back scored from 24 yards out. In less than seven minutes, Mount Saint Joseph was well on its way to a 42-19 victory in the first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game for both teams.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
After a string of five losing seasons, Mount Saint Joseph's football players resolved during the offseason to create a new identity for their Gaels program this fall - one that would bring winning back. Their work ethic combined with a more experienced team and schematic changes on both sides of the ball have the Gaels off to a 4-0 start - their best opening since 1995. "Based on the fact that we've doubled our wins from last season, team morale is definitely at an all-time high," senior lineman Jimmy Moore said, "and getting a couple wins at Bullis and Dover (Del.)
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From Sun staff reports | September 18, 2014
No. 3 Calvert Hall pressured the John Carroll defenders in the first half of Wednesday's soccer game but still couldn't score. It wasn't until a 25-minute span in the second half that the host Cardinals' offense kicked in and Calvert Hall won, 2-0. Chris Carroll scored the opening goal with 37 minutes left in the second half. Ben Alexander added an insurance goal with 12 minutes left. Calvert Hall improved to 5-0, and the Patriots fell to 2-4. The Cardinals' Sam Loeffler made four saves in the shutout.
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From Sun staff reports | September 14, 2014
Visiting Archbishop Curley (2-0) compiled 274 total rushing yards in a 28-0 football victory over Loyola Blakefield on Saturday. Deonte Harris led the way with 116 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the ground, while fellow running back Shawn Fenner had 100 rushing yards and a touchdown. Running back Tyrone Roper added 55 yards and another score for the Friars. Perry Hall 35, Towson 6: The visiting Gators (2-0) scored all their points in the first half during a steady downpour against the Generals (1-1)
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From Sun staff reports | September 13, 2014
No. 1 Archbishop Spalding (3-0) took down No. 4 South River (2-1) in an nonconference field hockey overtime game, 3-2, on Friday. The Cavaliers' Erin Shanahan scored two goals, including the game-winner. Blaine Donnelly scored Spalding's other goal to spark the victory. Football Walkersville 21, Liberty 20: Everett Polzin ran up the middle for a 5-yard touchdown and the ensuing extra point put Walkersville ahead of Liberty by one with 34 seconds remaining. Liberty got as far as the Walkersville 38-yard line in a desperation effort to win, but an interception ended the game, handing Liberty a loss.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2014
One of the reasons Seth Walker wanted to come to Calvert Hall was because of the school's spirited rivalry with Loyola Blakefield. Walker, who was home-schooled last year, not only got his first opportunity to play against the Dons on Wednesday, he also scored one of the biggest goals in the No. 7 Cardinals' young season. The sophomore got the game-winner in No. 7 Calvert Hall's 1-0 victory over No. 3 Loyola in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference matchup.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2013
Patricia H. Burch, a homemaker and Loyola Blakefield high school benefactress, died Nov. 30 of Alzheimer's disease at the Edenwald retirement community. She was 89. "I had met Pat several times in Ocean City , and she had a very lovely, lovely family," said J. Joseph Curran Jr., former Maryland attorney general. "She was the mother of a wonderful family, and that's a legacy that she could always be proud of. " "Pat was an extraordinary woman who had a wonderful and good life," said the Rev. John M. Dennis of Indianapolis, former head of Loyola Blakefield.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2014
The top-ranked Severna Park boys were dominant in the 2013 cross country season, capped by a spectacular effort in the Class 4A state championship race at McDaniel College. In that race, the Falcons finished with 38 points, crushing second-place Dulaney (114) and everyone else. Ryan Forsyth won the race as Severna Park placed five runners in the top 14. Forsyth, a star fresh off Anne Arundel and East Regional titles, could have skipped the race and the stacked Falcons still would have won. The best teams often feature dominant runners, but not always.
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By Barbara Pash | April 4, 2014
They toured the site - 27 aces of prime waterfront property wedged between ritzy Harbor East and trendy Fell's Point in Baltimore City. They met with the developer, who reviewed his $1 billion project of offices, retail, residential and hotel. Now, Loyola Blakefield students are taking a crack at coming up with their own plan for the site on which Harbor Point is being built. Loyola Blakefield is one of 10 teams this year, in Team Project, an annual event of ACE (Architecture, Construction and Engineering)
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