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By Doug Brown | January 8, 1994
Baltimore Thunder general manager Darrell Russell found a treasure a few weeks ago that had been tucked away for years in his basement.It was a trophy symbolizing the Thunder's championship in the Major Indoor Lacrosse League's first year. The trophy will be put on permanent display at the Baltimore Arena.The year was 1987, and the Thunder hasn't won the championship since. Another season, the MILL's eighth, will start tonight at 8, with the Thunder entertaining the Detroit Turbos at the Arena.
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By Doug Brown | January 8, 1994
Baltimore Thunder general manager Darrell Russell found a treasure a few weeks ago that had been tucked away for years in his basement.It was a trophy symbolizing the Thunder's championship in the Major Indoor Lacrosse League's first year. The trophy will be put on permanent display at the Baltimore Arena.The year was 1987, and the Thunder hasn't won the championship since. Another season, the MILL's eighth, will start tonight at 8, with the Thunder entertaining the Detroit Turbos at the Arena.
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January 28, 1995
Opponent: New York SaintsSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 8Outlook: The New York Saints will follow the Thunder back to Baltimore after losing to the Thunder, 17-15, last night at the Nassau Coliseum. The defeat left the Saints as the Major Indoor Lacrosse League's only winless team (0-3). The Thunder will be out to even their record at 2-2.@
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November 20, 1990
The Baltimore Thunder will open its preseason schedule Dec. 7 with a game against the defending Major Indoor Lacrosse League champion Philadelphia Wings at the Hershey Park Arena in Hershey, Pa. For ticket information, call (717) 534-9311.
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By Steven Kivinski | May 31, 1996
Thunder coach Skip Lichtfuss will step down to pursue other responsibilities within the organization, and the Major Indoor Lacrosse League announced yesterday that it soon will begin interviewing for his replacement.Lichtfuss has coached the Thunder since 1994 and has been with the MILL since 1991.The Thunder finished with a 4-6 record last season and failed to make the playoffs during Lichtfuss' tenure.Pub Date: 5/31/96
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By Doug Brown | January 7, 1991
* WHAT'S AHEAD: Vs. New England Blazers, Jan. 19 (8 p.m.) at Baltimore Arena.* WRAPUP: The Thunder's Major Indoor Lacrosse League record dropped to 0-2 after it was pummeled by the Bulls, 19-10, Saturday in Pittsburgh. John Heil, a rookie from Cornell, scored three goals for the Thunder and the Bulls' Butch Marino, a former Thunder player, was the game's MVP with five goals.Kevin Bilger played the entire game in the goal for Pittsburgh. Baltimore goalie Tom Manos allowed four quick goals and was yanked in favor of Jeff Gombar, who played through the third quarter, whereupon Manos returned.
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By Special to The Sun | January 27, 1991
WORCESTER, Mass. -- Rick Sowell had four goals and four assists and Jeff Jackson and Matt Kerwick each added three goals, leading the Baltimore Thunder to a 21-10 victory over the New England Blazers in a Major Indoor Lacrosse League game last night.Dan Britton, Tim Welsh and Brian Kroneberger contributed two goals apiece for Baltimore (2-2). Todd Carmean scored three goals to lead New England (1-3).The Thunder scored six unanswered goals in the second quarter to take an 11-4 halftime lead, and extended its advantage to 16-6 after three quarters.
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