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January 10, 2004
On Monday, January 5, 2004, after a brief illness, LOUISE MacLEOD, of Salem, VA passed away. She is survived by her loving husband, Ronald MacLeod; two sons, Daniel MacLeod and his wife Janice of Salem, Gordon MacLeod and his wife Barbara, their children Christopher, Mary and Helen of Fairmont, WV; her sisters, Ruth Russell and her husband Robert of Baltimore and Faith Debes and her husband James of Fallston; her brothers, Frederic A. Hamilton and his...
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | January 23, 2008
The Rev. Donald Macleod, former professor of preaching and worship at Princeton Theological Seminary who later became minister-in-residence at the Charlestown Retirement Community, died of heart failure Sunday at Oak Crest Village retirement community. He was 94. Dr. Macleod was born and raised in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. He received his bachelor's degree and a master's degree from Dalhousie University. He received a bachelor's in divinity from Pine Hill Divinity Hall in Halifax and was ordained a Presbyterian minister in 1938.
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By Joseph Tybor and Joseph Tybor,Chicago Tribune | May 2, 1991
CHICAGO -- Notre Dame, turned down by some of the country's top college basketball coaches, will turn to the pros and has decided on NBA veteran coach John MacLeod of the New York Knicks as the successor to Digger Phelps.Notre Dame officials declined to return telephone calls yesterday, but SMU coach John Shumate, who had inteviewed with the Irish, said Notre Dame athletic director Dick Rosenthal telephoned him saying MacLeod had the job.MacLeod, whose hapless Knicks were ousted from the NBA playoffs in three games by the Chicago Bulls, refused to comment, but scheduled a news conference today to announce his future plans.
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By Jill Rosen and Jill Rosen,Sun reporter | April 10, 2007
After eight years without one, Baltimore is close to welcoming a hostel back to town. The opening, a rare occurrence for the languishing national hostel scene, means travelers to the city will once again be able to find safe lodging that costs less than most hotels' continental breakfast. "I really believe Baltimore needs a place for young people to come and be able to stay affordably to experience the rich culture of the city," says Scott MacLeod, a hostel volunteer. "I really believe in the mission."
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By Alan Goldstein | December 21, 1990
New York Knicks general manager Al Bianchi won't go into the specifics of why he fired Stu Jackson Dec. 3 and replaced him with former Phoenix Suns coach John MacLeod."
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By LUKE BROADWATER and LUKE BROADWATER,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 11, 2006
North Carroll wrestler Tyler Macleod found himself in a precarious situation in the finals of McDonogh's Ray Oliver Tournament last month. His opponent, McDonogh freshman Shane Milam, had run up an 11-0 lead and, with growing momentum, was coming closer to scoring a 15-0 technical fall - wrestling's version of the "slaughter rule" - over Macleod. But Macleod didn't panic. The 140-pound senior knew he carried with him a trump card - his signature, finishing move, the cradle, and that it was only a matter of time before he found a way to catch the McDonogh wrestler in it. Sure enough, near the end of the second period, Macleod slapped the cradle on Milam and nearly pinned the freshman as time expired.
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By Luke Broadwater and Luke Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 18, 2004
Hereford state wrestling champion D.J. Scarponi found out the hard way about Tyler Macleod's cradle. With the 125-pound final of the Franklin Tournament tied at 2, North Carroll's Macleod locked up his near-patented move and rocked Scarponi to his back twice, gaining an 8-2 lead en route to an 8-4 victory. "I knew coming into the match that I was going to have to wrestle my hardest. I was going to go out there real tough," said Macleod, a sophomore who is 17-4. "It just worked out for me."
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By MIKE FRAINIE and MIKE FRAINIE,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 5, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- Charles County's La Plata (101 1/2 points) won the team title, but several local athletes captured state titles at the Class 4A-3A state wrestling championships at Cole Field House yesterday. North Carroll finished second with 92 points, followed by Old Mill (85), Walt Whitman of Montgomery County (81) and Northern of Calvert County (72). In a matchup of returning state champions, Arundel's Justin Bowser (38-1) had a surprisingly easy time defeating Zach Tolbert (26-2)
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March 9, 1994
Maryland Natural Resources Police yesterday seized 4,540 pounds of undersized croaker at the Maryland Wholesale Seafood Market in Jessup.The illegal shipment of fish, also known as hardheads, had been sent to three seafood vendors from two suppliers based in North Carolina, said Barbara MacLeod, a spokeswoman for the Department of Natural Resources.The Jessup vendors whose fish was seized included NAFCO, Reliant Fish Co. and E. Goodwin & Son.The vendors will not face charges or be fined for the shipments.
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June 1, 2003
On May 29, 2003 Jo ANN C. (nee Pallasch), beloved wife of the late Alexander J. Kellar, devoted mother of Mary Ann Bradshaw, Raymond M. Kellar, Kevin R. Kellar, and Karen I. Macleod, dear grandmother of Brian T. and Megan A. Bradshaw, Jennifer C., Emmitt F., Emily E., and Benjamin J. Kellar, Alexander T., Tyler J., Suzannah B., and Colton A. Macleod. Christian Wake Service will be held at the Lassahn Funeral Home, 7401 Belair Rd. Saturday 7:30 PM. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Michael's Church, Overlea on Monday 11:30 AM. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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March 8, 2006
0 Points in the third quarter for the Winters Mill girls basketball team against Middletown in Friday's regional final. The scoring drought cost the visiting Falcons in a season-ending 61-38 loss. 1 State wrestling champion from Carroll County. North Carroll's Tyler Macleod took the 140-pound title in Class 4A-3A with an 8-3 decision over Northern of Calvert's Paul Carter in the finals. 8 Three-pointers for the Winters Mill boys in Saturday's 69-63 win over Middletown in the Class 2A West title game.
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March 8, 2006
Justin Bowser culminated his senior season by winning his second consecutive Class 4A-3A state wrestling title at 125 pounds, raising his Anne Arundel County-record for career victories to 147. Three of Bowser's seven career losses were to state champions, and the other four were against state finalists. All were by decision. At this year's state tournament, Bowser, 17, earned the 48th, 49th and 50th pins of his career to reach the tittle bout, where he scored a 12-2 rout of Magruder's Zach Tolbert, last year's 112-pound state champion.
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By MIKE FRAINIE and MIKE FRAINIE,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 5, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- Charles County's La Plata (101 1/2 points) won the team title, but several local athletes captured state titles at the Class 4A-3A state wrestling championships at Cole Field House yesterday. North Carroll finished second with 92 points, followed by Old Mill (85), Walt Whitman of Montgomery County (81) and Northern of Calvert County (72). In a matchup of returning state champions, Arundel's Justin Bowser (38-1) had a surprisingly easy time defeating Zach Tolbert (26-2)
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | January 15, 2006
Few wrestlers know what to expect during their freshman high school seasons, but that wasn't the case for North Carroll's Jeremy Seipp. The former junior league place-winner knew that, in his league alone, he would have to contend with South Carroll's former junior league state champion Ryan Reiter and junior league runner-up Jake Pennington. But the 103-pounder passed a huge test by emerging with yesterday's title at the 16-team Franklin Invitational, scoring a 38-second pin, a 6-0 semifinal win over Reiter and a 13-9 victory over Pennington (14-3)
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By LUKE BROADWATER and LUKE BROADWATER,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 11, 2006
North Carroll wrestler Tyler Macleod found himself in a precarious situation in the finals of McDonogh's Ray Oliver Tournament last month. His opponent, McDonogh freshman Shane Milam, had run up an 11-0 lead and, with growing momentum, was coming closer to scoring a 15-0 technical fall - wrestling's version of the "slaughter rule" - over Macleod. But Macleod didn't panic. The 140-pound senior knew he carried with him a trump card - his signature, finishing move, the cradle, and that it was only a matter of time before he found a way to catch the McDonogh wrestler in it. Sure enough, near the end of the second period, Macleod slapped the cradle on Milam and nearly pinned the freshman as time expired.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | December 21, 2005
Having finished behind Carroll County rival Winters Mill in an earlier tournament, North Carroll's Panthers were out to prove they were better than that. Last night, in a surprising 43-16 rout of the No. 6 Falcons, the 12th-ranked Panthers left little doubt about their capabilities. Josh Trainor (112), Ronnie Seipp (119), Zach Forbes (140), Ryan Schroeder (152) and Jason Thomen (189) registered pins for the host Panthers (5-0, 2-0), who had the first takedowns in all but five of the night's matches.
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By Lem Satterfield | February 21, 2005
Cam Hobin (103 pounds), C.J. Naper (125), Mike Horbey (130), Tyler Mullen (145) and Tom Wheeler (152) won individual Carroll County titles as No. 3 South Carroll dethroned 13th-ranked host North Carroll, 176 to 147, in the county championship Saturday night. Hobin and Wheeler, each ranked fourth by The Sun, improved to 26-0 and 27-1, respectively. Mullen, ranked sixth, is 23-2. The Panthers crowned No. 3 Seth Knights (160) and Tyler MacLeod (135). Knights improved to 12-0, and MacLeod's overtime 4-2 decision avenged an earlier loss to third-place Liberty's No. 5 Crit Jennings (28-1)
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By Luke Broadwater and Luke Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 18, 2004
Hereford state wrestling champion D.J. Scarponi found out the hard way about Tyler Macleod's cradle. With the 125-pound final of the Franklin Tournament tied at 2, North Carroll's Macleod locked up his near-patented move and rocked Scarponi to his back twice, gaining an 8-2 lead en route to an 8-4 victory. "I knew coming into the match that I was going to have to wrestle my hardest. I was going to go out there real tough," said Macleod, a sophomore who is 17-4. "It just worked out for me."
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