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By Sara M. Engram and Sara M. Engram,Sun Staff | April 7, 1996
"The Abolition of Marriage: How We Lost the Right to a Lasting Love," by Maggie Gallagher. Regnery Publishing, Inc. 300 pages; $24.95For an electorate loudly denouncing an "underclass" of unmarried mothers, impoverished children and restless adolescents with little chance of finding law-abiding roles in society, Maggie Gallagher has a stark message: Look in the mirror.If the instability of the underclass is spreading blight in the cities and making its influence felt beyond those boundaries, parallel forces cheered on by the elite are undermining the social fabric in the rest of society.
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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | April 17, 2014
Like the springtime this year in the Baltimore area, it took the Roland Park girls lacrosse team a while to turn up the heat. When they finally did, the result was a a 16-9 win over C. Milton Wright in the Anne Arundel Community College girls lacrosse tournament at Annapolis High. The No. 4 Reds (10-2) spotted sixth-ranked C. Milton Wright (5-2) an early 4-1 lead before hitting the gas pedal and scoring seven of the next eight goals to put the game away. Cece Finney and Jenna Janes led the Reds with four goals each.
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By Maggie Gallagher | July 26, 1995
HE STOOD like a warrior, aghast, at the moment when the hordes were about to mount the walls of his own personal shining city. Jesse Jackson, who was present at the birth of affirmative action, last week made a furious and thrilling last stand against its demise.0Maggie Gallagher is a syndicated columnist.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2013
St. Paul's coach Brooke Kuhl-McClelland on Saturday found a way to keep high-powered C. Milton Wright from running wild on offense. Simply never let the No. 2 Mustangs start running to begin with. Using a ball-control offense featuring frequent one-on-ones and very few high-risk passes, No. 7 St. Paul's took control by holding the visiting Harford County team to just one goal in a mid-game span of more than 15 minutes, getting a game-high five goals from senior Shelby Wells in a 10-9 win. "We wanted to take away their transition.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2013
St. Paul's coach Brooke Kuhl-McClelland on Saturday found a way to keep high-powered C. Milton Wright from running wild on offense. Simply never let the No. 2 Mustangs start running to begin with. Using a ball-control offense featuring frequent one-on-ones and very few high-risk passes, No. 7 St. Paul's took control by holding the visiting Harford County team to just one goal in a mid-game span of more than 15 minutes, getting a game-high five goals from senior Shelby Wells in a 10-9 win. "We wanted to take away their transition.
SPORTS
By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | April 17, 2014
Like the springtime this year in the Baltimore area, it took the Roland Park girls lacrosse team a while to turn up the heat. When they finally did, the result was a a 16-9 win over C. Milton Wright in the Anne Arundel Community College girls lacrosse tournament at Annapolis High. The No. 4 Reds (10-2) spotted sixth-ranked C. Milton Wright (5-2) an early 4-1 lead before hitting the gas pedal and scoring seven of the next eight goals to put the game away. Cece Finney and Jenna Janes led the Reds with four goals each.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2013
Leah Monticello, North Harford, senior, attack Kaitlan Moynihan, C. Milton Wright, senior, attack Alex Puller, Archbishop Spalding, senior, attack Jacquelyn Spalding, South River, senior, attack Lacey Aghazarian, Hereford, senior, midfield Maggie Gallagher, C. Milton Wright, junior, midfield Elizabeth George, McDonogh, sophomore, midfield Miranda Ibello, Maryvale, sophomore, midfield Kacie Longo, South River, junior, midfield...
NEWS
December 4, 2013
Player, School, Position, Grade Rachel Baca, North Harford, Midfield, Sr. Tyler Bethke, Harford Tech, Midfield, Sr. Jenna Caldwell, Fallston, Forward, Sr. Mariel Castronova, Patterson Mill, Midfield, Sr. Jenny Eckert, CMW, Midfield, Sr. Jaelyn Felts, Patterson Mill, Defense, Sr. Maggie Gallagher, CMW, Defense, Sr. Linnea Gonzales, Patterson Mill, Midfield, Jr. Maddie Hedrick, Patterson Mill, Goalie, Sr. Lindsay...
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2014
Molly Cobb, Notre Dame Prep, senior, midfielder Lizzie Colson, Manchester Valley, sophomore, midfielder Maggie Gallagher, C. Milton Wright, senior, midfielder Jen Giles, Mount Hebron, junior, midfielder Elizabeth George, McDonogh, junior, midfielder Brindi Griffin, McDonogh, sophomore, attacker Madi Hall, Century, junior, midfielder Maggie Kaulius, Archbishop Spalding, senior, midfielder Eva Klaus, Severna Park, sophomore,...
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May 1, 2012
In the only girls lacrosse game Monday that had UCBAC division meaning, Joppatowne was an easy winner at Bo Manor, 15-4, in a Susquehanna Division match. The Mariners led at the half, 10-2. Emma McDougall led the Mariners (4-3/5-4) with five goals and three assists. Christina Miller added four goals and one assist and Emily Murphy had two goals. Julie Sands finished with a goal and three assists. Cara Chishom, April Kinyua and Samantha Soul each also scored a goal. Alexa Cover scored two of Bo Manor's four goals.
NEWS
By Sara M. Engram and Sara M. Engram,Sun Staff | April 7, 1996
"The Abolition of Marriage: How We Lost the Right to a Lasting Love," by Maggie Gallagher. Regnery Publishing, Inc. 300 pages; $24.95For an electorate loudly denouncing an "underclass" of unmarried mothers, impoverished children and restless adolescents with little chance of finding law-abiding roles in society, Maggie Gallagher has a stark message: Look in the mirror.If the instability of the underclass is spreading blight in the cities and making its influence felt beyond those boundaries, parallel forces cheered on by the elite are undermining the social fabric in the rest of society.
NEWS
By Maggie Gallagher | July 26, 1995
HE STOOD like a warrior, aghast, at the moment when the hordes were about to mount the walls of his own personal shining city. Jesse Jackson, who was present at the birth of affirmative action, last week made a furious and thrilling last stand against its demise.0Maggie Gallagher is a syndicated columnist.
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | April 19, 2013
Jordan Cargile worked both sides of the ball as No. 1 Eastern Tech shut out Owings Mills, 16-0, in softball Thursday. Cargile pitched a one-hitter, striking out seven, for the host Mavericks (11-0) and went 3-for-4 with a double, a home run and four RBIs. The Eagles fell to 1-6. No. 5 Mount de Sales 10, John Carroll 0: Ashley Lesniewski (12-2) got her eighth shutout of the season for the host Sailors (12-2, 11-0 Intercollegiate Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference). Baseball Annapolis Area Christian School 9, Friendship Charter (D.C.)
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