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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | January 22, 1994
It was a night to remember for Derrick Marcano.After being out of the lineup for three weeks, the Baltimore Bays forward celebrated his return last night at Du Burns Arena with his first hat trick of the season, leading the unbeaten Bays to a 17-2 romp over the Hampton Roads Hurricanes.It was special for Marcano because only three weeks earlier he had been hospitalized in critical condition with a collapsed lung after being stabbed in the chest Dec. 30 at a party."They didn't know if my heart was bleeding," Marcano said.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | January 8, 2000
Derrick Marcano's ability to perform many tasks in a given setting can be traced to a four-year stint in the armed forces. The Marines, in fact, which he joined as a 17-year-old right out of high school. "In the Marine Corps, we had a five-mile march," Marcano said. "They pack you in a backpack, and you have to run, get dumped in water, cross a rope. And you have to do it in a certain time. If you don't do it, then they send you to a different platoon. "For guys who couldn't do those physical things, boot camp would be longer.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2002
The Blast added another proven commodity yesterday, signing veteran midfielder Henry Gutierrez after freeing salary-cap money to make the transaction fit. To make room for Gutierrez, veteran defender Doug Neely accepted a pay cut and, said Blast coach/general manager Kevin Healey, defender Derrick Marcano will be placed on the injury list because of knee surgery next week. He could be out for the season. Neely, like most other players without guaranteed contracts, took a pay cut before the season, when the new Major Indoor Soccer League arrived with a salary cap - $300,000 for the Blast (the league doesn't disclose individual players' salaries)
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1997
Tampa Bay Terror player-coach Derrick Marcano couldn't have asked for a more pleasant homecoming.Marcano, who played for Cardinal Gibbons, Essex Community College, Towson State, the Bays and the Spirit, thought it was wonderful enough just to be back in his hometown for one night."
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 12, 1999
Midfielder Danny Kelly found Derrick Marcano to put the Blast up by 10 at 11: 26 in the third en route to a 19-4 win over the Buffalo Blizzard in front of 3,578 at Baltimore Arena last night.Kelly brought the ball out of the Blast end, dribbled it up the sideline and found Marcano open in front of the net, the fourth of Kelly's five big plays.It was the third big play for the Marcano/Kelly combination. Marcano had assisted two Kelly goals previously in the game."Danny works hard, and I just try and work hard to get the ball to him," Marcano said.
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By From Staff Reports | December 18, 1993
TOLEDO, Ohio -- The Baltimore Bays took advantage of a two-for-one deal yesterday against the Toledo Twisters and in the process improved their record in the U.S. Interregional Soccer League to 5-0.In a rare indoor soccer doubleheader, Roberto Ascenzi scored six goals and Joe Layfield had four to lead the Bays to a 21-4 victory in the first game, then former Baltimore Blast star Billy Ronson contributed 10 assists in the second for a 22-2 victory, giving...
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | October 12, 1994
It was only a scrimmage, and some big guns on both sides were absent, but Spirit coach Dave MacWilliams liked what he saw.He saw Jon Parry and Kevin Sloan, both new to the team, score two goals apiece, and he saw rookie Derrick Marcano score one.The result was a 10-5 Spirit win over the Harrisburg Heat yesterday at Du Burns Arena in a warm-up for the team's National Professional Soccer League season opener Oct. 21 against the Chicago Power at the Baltimore Arena."When...
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | January 21, 1995
Once Barry Stitz had his Towson State degree in hand and was contemplating his next step, the first person he turned to was Frank Olszewski.It was Olszewski who had welcomed Stitz to Towson State soccer four years before as a scrawny 5-foot-7 kid out of Archbishop Curley High. After a decorated career in which he played on two East Coast Conference championship teams, Stitz hoped his college coach could unlock the door to pro soccer."He not only called the Spirit but other teams, too," Stitz said.
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December 15, 1995
Opponent: Pennsylvania FreedomSite: Du Burns ArenaTime: 8:05Outlook: The Bays showed off their offensive arsenal in last weekend's 15-5 season-opening victory over the Connecticut Wolves as 10 players scored. Rob Elliott and Dennison Cabral led Baltimore with two goals and two assists each, and Billy Ronson (two, one) and Derrick Marcano (two goals) rounded out the Bays' multiple-goal scorers. Matt St. Jean and Dave Baretta combined for 13 saves in the opener, and both should see some time tonight against a Freedom squad that lost to the Bays twice during the last USISL indoor season.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 28, 2001
The injury-marred Blast took its biggest hit over the weekend when news came down that defender Jason Dieter was lost for the season. The eight-year veteran tore his anterior cruciate ligament in Saturday's loss to Cleveland and will have surgery to repair the knee in two weeks. Equaling his career high with 48 points and leading the team in blocks with 80, Dieter was enjoying his finest season as a pro, providing Blast coach Kevin Healey with stellar play at both ends. Healthy and seemingly back on track after a solid, 22-16 win in Milwaukee on March 17, the Blast was hit by a second wave of injuries shortly after.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | January 8, 2000
Derrick Marcano's ability to perform many tasks in a given setting can be traced to a four-year stint in the armed forces. The Marines, in fact, which he joined as a 17-year-old right out of high school. "In the Marine Corps, we had a five-mile march," Marcano said. "They pack you in a backpack, and you have to run, get dumped in water, cross a rope. And you have to do it in a certain time. If you don't do it, then they send you to a different platoon. "For guys who couldn't do those physical things, boot camp would be longer.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 12, 1999
Midfielder Danny Kelly found Derrick Marcano to put the Blast up by 10 at 11: 26 in the third en route to a 19-4 win over the Buffalo Blizzard in front of 3,578 at Baltimore Arena last night.Kelly brought the ball out of the Blast end, dribbled it up the sideline and found Marcano open in front of the net, the fourth of Kelly's five big plays.It was the third big play for the Marcano/Kelly combination. Marcano had assisted two Kelly goals previously in the game."Danny works hard, and I just try and work hard to get the ball to him," Marcano said.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 27, 1997
A 15-minute scoring drought at a most inopportune time, with the team holding a lead and the fourth period just under way, doomed the Spirit against the Philadelphia Kixx at the Baltimore Arena last night, 10-9.Ahead 7-4 mainly because of a strong defensive effort which limited free-wheeling Philadelphia to six shots on goal in the middle two periods, the Spirit couldn't beg, borrow or steal a goal despite constant pressure on the Kixx goal.The home team outshot the Philadelphia by a better than 2-1 margin, 47-23, but couldn't put the ball past Kixx goalie Pete Pappas when it counted most.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1997
Tampa Bay Terror player-coach Derrick Marcano couldn't have asked for a more pleasant homecoming.Marcano, who played for Cardinal Gibbons, Essex Community College, Towson State, the Bays and the Spirit, thought it was wonderful enough just to be back in his hometown for one night."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 11, 1997
Nobody promised Kenny Cooper a rose garden when he left the Spirit and moved to Tampa, Fla., to assemble a National Professional Soccer League expansion team.Rose garden? He hasn't so much as smelled a rose.No longer is he the coach of the Terror. While remaining as a director and president, he has taken a leave of absence from coaching because of a "philosophical difference of opinion with the league relative to players."Three days after he started his leave of absence early last month, he developed pneumonia.
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By Glenn P. Graham | February 28, 1994
The Atlanta Magic won its second straight U.S. Interregional Soccer League championship yesterday with an 8-3 victory over the Chattanooga Express at Du Burns Arena.Chris Hellenkamp and Dennis Jerkunica each scored twice, and tournament MVP Brian Moore added a goal and an assist.Earlier yesterday, the Bays earned third place with a 2-1 win over the Tulsa Roughnecks in the 30-minute consolation game.Bays forward Derrick Marcano scored the game-winner with 30.2 seconds left in regulation.The Bays finish the indoor season 14-1.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | December 4, 1993
Baltimore Bays goalkeeper Jason Wright isn't making Kevin Healey's coaching job any easier.In last week's U.S. Interregional Soccer League opener, Wright made 20 saves as the Bays blew past the Hampton Roads Hurricanes, 13-2.Last night, before a sellout crowd of 642 at Du Burns Arena in Canton, the former Loyola College standout registered 11 saves in helping Baltimore to an 11-9 North Division victory over the Richmond Kickers.Now, with former Baltimore Blast goalie Scott Manning expected to make his debut at home next Friday against the Delaware Wizards, Healey is put in the position of having to choose between Wright and the three-time Major Soccer League All-Star.
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December 15, 1995
Opponent: Pennsylvania FreedomSite: Du Burns ArenaTime: 8:05Outlook: The Bays showed off their offensive arsenal in last weekend's 15-5 season-opening victory over the Connecticut Wolves as 10 players scored. Rob Elliott and Dennison Cabral led Baltimore with two goals and two assists each, and Billy Ronson (two, one) and Derrick Marcano (two goals) rounded out the Bays' multiple-goal scorers. Matt St. Jean and Dave Baretta combined for 13 saves in the opener, and both should see some time tonight against a Freedom squad that lost to the Bays twice during the last USISL indoor season.
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