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August 8, 2006
On August 5, 2006, TAISTO A. MAKI, loving uncle of Derek Maki, and Gordon Maki and his wife Yvonne, dear great uncle of Craig, Alexandra, Hanna and Joshua, dear brother of the late Martin J. Maki, beloved brother-in-law of Williamina, loving cousin of Dorothy Koskinen and her late husband Ralph, Ingrid Ortt and her husband Jack and their daughters, Laura and Jennie and their families, Dr. Kenneth Koskinen and his family. Relatives and friends ar invited to call THE SCHIMUNEK FUNERAL HOME INC., 9705 Belair Rd, (Forge Rd)
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | March 17, 2011
There's a method to the maki madness. One past champion eats two sushi rolls at a time with quick sips of water in between. Last year's champ builds up an appetite by taking a long swim and bike ride before arriving at the competition. For others who have not developed a method — or a strong stomach — for the Maki Madness competition at RA Sushi, the restaurant has several garbage pails on hand. Just in case. In its third season, the brackets-style sushi-roll eating contest — based on the NCAA basketball championships — has grown in popularity and regularly attracts competitive eaters from around the region.
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SPORTS
By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | January 24, 1991
There aren't many 15-year-old basketball players who start as freshmen for their high school and lead the team in scoring. There are even fewer who listen to cassette tapes of polka music and Polish comedians.But Patterson's Magdalena "Maggie" Owsianny left Poznan, Poland, with her family just six months ago not speaking any English, and moved to Baltimore. And, while she copes with an unfamiliar country, a strange language and makes new friends, the conventions of basketball are well-known to her."
NEWS
By MILTON KENT | October 26, 2007
Jack Harron didn't set out to be a star all those years ago as a three-sport athlete at Kenwood in the late 1940s and early 1950s. For Harron, the rewards of being a member of the Bluebirds soccer, basketball and baseball teams were being a part of something larger than himself, intangibles that later served him well in a 30-year Army career. "The camaraderie and the fellowship we had with the student body and the opportunities to participate in athletics frankly taught me the principles that I've lived by for most of my life," said Harron, who retired as a colonel in 1983.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 31, 1996
As coach at Patterson, Derek Maki has seen some pretty good soccer teams.Maki (84-69-13 in 12 seasons) was the JV coach in 1983 when Patterson tied Loyola for the Maryland Scholastic Athletic Association's A Conference crown. He coached the B Conference champ in 1990, was city runner-up in 1993, and has won the city championship each of the past three seasons.But this year's Clippers (10-0-1) rank perhaps as his most talented team."We feel like it's been a pretty special season," said Maki, whose assistants are Rick Ardinger and George Holland.
NEWS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing writer | September 15, 1991
Dave Selway of Bel Air scored three minutes and 58 seconds into the game, and his Bobcat teammates made that goal stand up in a 1-0 season-opening victory over host Poly on Friday.Bel Air, which had never played Poly before, dominated the game.The Bobcats outshot Poly, 25-7, including 17-4 in the second half, but only scored the single goal.Selway nailed that goal with a little help from teammate Rob Smallwood. Selway took a throw-in from Smallwood and put a first-touch volley past Poly goalie Craig Maki (16 saves)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | March 8, 2001
Towson got its newest Japanese restaurant with the opening last week of Maki Maki at 22 W. Allegheny Ave. That's the place where a Donna's, the Garden Spot Cafe and then Tomato used to be. Dong Kun Choi and his wife, Jae Im, have taken it over, redecorated and created a sushi bar that also serves noodle dishes and teriyaki. Just off the top of my head I can think of a surprising number of Japanese restaurants in the immediate area, including San Sushi Too, Nichi Bei Kai and Sushi Hana.
NEWS
By MILTON KENT | October 26, 2007
Jack Harron didn't set out to be a star all those years ago as a three-sport athlete at Kenwood in the late 1940s and early 1950s. For Harron, the rewards of being a member of the Bluebirds soccer, basketball and baseball teams were being a part of something larger than himself, intangibles that later served him well in a 30-year Army career. "The camaraderie and the fellowship we had with the student body and the opportunities to participate in athletics frankly taught me the principles that I've lived by for most of my life," said Harron, who retired as a colonel in 1983.
SPORTS
By SAM DAVIS | October 9, 1990
It has been a long time since the people in the Patterson High community have been excited about soccer.There was a time when the soccer teams at Patterson were as much a part of the community as Patterson Park, where the team used to play its games.But the glory days have been few for Patterson in recent years. The school won or tied for six Maryland Scholastic Association titles in the 1960s and seven in the 1970s, but has not won a title since 1981, when it tied with Calvert Hall and Loyola for an A Conference crown.
SPORTS
By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Evening Sun Staff | October 18, 1990
It is easy to watch the top guns in boys soccer this season. After all, two of the top three scorers play for the same team -- unbeaten Patterson.Clippers senior Scott Zakroski leads the area (15-13--43), while junior Mike Chalmers (16-9--41) is tied with North County's Jody Haislip (17-7--41).Chalmers was a bit unlucky in Tuesday's game at Northern. He actually entered the contest tied with Zakroski for points. He got two assists, but failed to connect on several shots, including one 35-yard scorcher that slammed off the crossbar.
NEWS
August 8, 2006
On August 5, 2006, TAISTO A. MAKI, loving uncle of Derek Maki, and Gordon Maki and his wife Yvonne, dear great uncle of Craig, Alexandra, Hanna and Joshua, dear brother of the late Martin J. Maki, beloved brother-in-law of Williamina, loving cousin of Dorothy Koskinen and her late husband Ralph, Ingrid Ortt and her husband Jack and their daughters, Laura and Jennie and their families, Dr. Kenneth Koskinen and his family. Relatives and friends ar invited to call THE SCHIMUNEK FUNERAL HOME INC., 9705 Belair Rd, (Forge Rd)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | March 8, 2001
Towson got its newest Japanese restaurant with the opening last week of Maki Maki at 22 W. Allegheny Ave. That's the place where a Donna's, the Garden Spot Cafe and then Tomato used to be. Dong Kun Choi and his wife, Jae Im, have taken it over, redecorated and created a sushi bar that also serves noodle dishes and teriyaki. Just off the top of my head I can think of a surprising number of Japanese restaurants in the immediate area, including San Sushi Too, Nichi Bei Kai and Sushi Hana.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 21, 1998
"Eighty minutes times 12 games," said Curley coach Pep Perrella. "That's sixteen hours."And that's how long his No. 1-ranked Friars had been unscored upon -- until yesterday's 2-2 tie with Calvert Hall.Calvert Hall overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit, and led, 2-1, before Curley's Marco Angelini tied the game with 30 seconds left in regulation.Ranked No. 3 nationally, Curley held off No. 11 Calvert Hall despite playing one man short for the final six minutes of regulation and both 10-minute overtime periods.
SPORTS
By LEM SATTERFIELD AND KATHERINE DUNN | November 20, 1997
Player of the YearCam Letke, Calvert Hall, senior, forward: Letke has scored 48 goals and 17 assists over two seasons for the Cardinals, leading them to two straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference titles. Though constantly facing special marking, Letke still scored a league-high 17 goals to go with four assists, with game-winners against Churchill of Montgomery County, Severna Park, Loyola and Archbishop Curley. An All-Metro pick last season, Letke averaged an incredible seven shots-at-goal per game and also had a penchant for drawing fouls that set up direct kicks.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 11, 1997
Patterson (15-2) made its first-ever appearance in the Class 4A state semifinals last night at North County, but won't be playing in the title game after being turned away, 4-1, by Bowie of Prince George's County.Scott Buete assisted Dave Groff for a 1-0 halftime lead, and scored twice himself in a three-goal second half.Pat Magruder, assisted by Eric Anewalt, scored the Bulldogs' third goal as Bowie (15-2-1) earned a shot at defending state champion Whitman (12-5-1), a 7-1 winner over North County, in Saturday's championship game at Old Mill.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 31, 1996
As coach at Patterson, Derek Maki has seen some pretty good soccer teams.Maki (84-69-13 in 12 seasons) was the JV coach in 1983 when Patterson tied Loyola for the Maryland Scholastic Athletic Association's A Conference crown. He coached the B Conference champ in 1990, was city runner-up in 1993, and has won the city championship each of the past three seasons.But this year's Clippers (10-0-1) rank perhaps as his most talented team."We feel like it's been a pretty special season," said Maki, whose assistants are Rick Ardinger and George Holland.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 21, 1998
"Eighty minutes times 12 games," said Curley coach Pep Perrella. "That's sixteen hours."And that's how long his No. 1-ranked Friars had been unscored upon -- until yesterday's 2-2 tie with Calvert Hall.Calvert Hall overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit, and led, 2-1, before Curley's Marco Angelini tied the game with 30 seconds left in regulation.Ranked No. 3 nationally, Curley held off No. 11 Calvert Hall despite playing one man short for the final six minutes of regulation and both 10-minute overtime periods.
SPORTS
By LEM SATTERFIELD AND KATHERINE DUNN | November 20, 1997
Player of the YearCam Letke, Calvert Hall, senior, forward: Letke has scored 48 goals and 17 assists over two seasons for the Cardinals, leading them to two straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference titles. Though constantly facing special marking, Letke still scored a league-high 17 goals to go with four assists, with game-winners against Churchill of Montgomery County, Severna Park, Loyola and Archbishop Curley. An All-Metro pick last season, Letke averaged an incredible seven shots-at-goal per game and also had a penchant for drawing fouls that set up direct kicks.
NEWS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing writer | September 15, 1991
Dave Selway of Bel Air scored three minutes and 58 seconds into the game, and his Bobcat teammates made that goal stand up in a 1-0 season-opening victory over host Poly on Friday.Bel Air, which had never played Poly before, dominated the game.The Bobcats outshot Poly, 25-7, including 17-4 in the second half, but only scored the single goal.Selway nailed that goal with a little help from teammate Rob Smallwood. Selway took a throw-in from Smallwood and put a first-touch volley past Poly goalie Craig Maki (16 saves)
SPORTS
By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | January 24, 1991
There aren't many 15-year-old basketball players who start as freshmen for their high school and lead the team in scoring. There are even fewer who listen to cassette tapes of polka music and Polish comedians.But Patterson's Magdalena "Maggie" Owsianny left Poznan, Poland, with her family just six months ago not speaking any English, and moved to Baltimore. And, while she copes with an unfamiliar country, a strange language and makes new friends, the conventions of basketball are well-known to her."
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