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By KATHERINE DUNN and KATHERINE DUNN,SUN REPORTER | May 20, 2006
Mount Hebron's Justin Martinelli didn't really have a plan for winning last night's state Class 3A-2A boys lacrosse semifinal against North Harford. He just saw an opening and took it. The junior midfielder scored 2:15 into sudden-death overtime to give the Vikings a 10-9 victory over the Hawks and their first trip to the state final since they won the title in 2002. The Vikings (15-4) will meet the winner of today's semifinal between Urbana and Stephen Decatur for the championship Tuesday or Wednesday at UMBC.
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October 17, 2012
When asked to pick a favorite moment in his four-year career at Marriotts Ridge, senior Brad Martinelli went all the way back to when he scored his first goal in the first game of his freshman year. Since then, the All-Metro first-team midfielder has been part of plenty more memorable times. The No. 4 Mustangs (11-0) have won three straight state championships and are looking to become the third school in Howard County to win four in a row. Wilde Lake and River Hill have accomplished the feat.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun Reporter | November 8, 2006
The Mount Hebron boys soccer team perhaps has the finest one-two scoring punch in the metro area in senior strikers Mike Napolitano and Justin Martinelli. The farther the No. 3 Vikings advance in the playoffs, the stronger the argument. Going into yesterday's Class 3A East regional title game against Fallston, the two combined on seven goals and three assists in wins over River Hill, Annapolis and Severna Park. The two also loomed large in the Vikings' 2-1 win over Atholton in the county title game, with Martinelli providing the game-winner and Napolitano notching an assist.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | November 6, 2008
Who can say three-peat? The Glenelg girls soccer team wants to be the one. The Gladiators have won five state championships in the past 12 years and are the two-time defending champs. On Monday, they won the 1A South title for the seventh time in that time frame and move on to the semifinals. Seeded eighth, with a 6-5-1 record, Glenelg won, 1-0, in the region final against Patterson Mill, with Kristen Schmidbauer scoring. It was Glenelg's third playoff victory by the same score. Three goals, three wins.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,sun reporter | September 13, 2006
Mike Napolitano's contribution came from the left edge of the penalty area, one swift move past a defender followed by a clean strike from 18 yards that quickly found the back of the net. A few minutes later, Justin Martinelli did his share, successfully challenging a defender to win the right side before sending over a precise cross that found a teammate in close. The result was another goal for the Mount Hebron boys soccer team. Although it was only one half of a scrimmage a couple weeks back - the team's first dress rehearsal of the season - the evidence was clear: With senior forwards Napolitano and Martinelli up front, the No. 7 Vikings have the offense to make a lot of opposing defenses look bad. "The big thing for them is they both have a lot of respect for each other," said Mount Hebron coach Mike Linsenmeyer, whose Vikings are coming off an 11-4-1 season in 2005.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,SUN REPORTER | October 28, 2006
Mount Hebron senior striker Justin Martinelli didn't know the number of games, only that it had been much too long since his team had been on the winning side against Howard County rival River Hill. That changed in yesterday's rain and cold when the No. 4 Vikings showed an overwhelming desire to move forward in the Class 3A East region, knocking off the defending co-state champion and No. 8 Hawks, 5-3, in opening-round play. Martinelli finished with two goals - including the game-winner in the 53rd minute - and fellow senior standout Mike Napolitano contributed one goal and three assists.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | April 29, 2005
Mount Hebron kept alive its Howard County boys lacrosse championship hopes with a 4-3 overtime victory over visiting Glenelg yesterday. Sophomore Justin Martinelli scored the game-winning goal 36 seconds into overtime, his second goal of the game. "It was a magical ending," said Martinelli. "I told myself I was going straight for it." Andrew Aleshire of Mount Hebron (7-4 overall, 6-1 Howard County) tied the score at 3 on a goal with 2.9 seconds remaining in regulation. The Vikings, who had lost the last two seasons to Glenelg (9-3, 5-3)
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,SUN REPORTER | October 25, 2006
The Mount Hebron boys soccer team isn't bashful about going hard to goal. In yesterday's inaugural Howard County championship game against visiting Atholton, it was a necessity to earn the Vikings a 2-1 win. After a scoreless first half, Mount Hebron freshman midfielder Aiden Hoolachan broke through 11 minutes into the second half and senior forward Justin Martinelli provided the game-winner midway through as the Raiders got a goal from Toshi Takahashi in...
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By Glenn Graham and Lem Satterfield and Glenn Graham and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporters | May 9, 2007
Senior attackman Justin Martinelli and the Mount Hebron boys lacrosse team claimed the Howard County championship with a 9-8 double-overtime win at Centennial last night. Martinelli's wraparound goal in the closing minute of the second four-minute overtime period proved to be the game-winner for the defending Class 3A-2A state champion Vikings, who scored two goals in the final two minutes of regulation to get even and eventually avenge an 8-7 overtime loss to the Eagles during the regular season.
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By Eric Rich and Elizabeth Hamilton and Eric Rich and Elizabeth Hamilton,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 30, 2002
BRIDGEPORT, R.I. - The betrayal began when their priest sexually abused them, they said, and continued when the church covered up his crimes. Yesterday, accusers of the Rev. Laurence F.X. Brett said they felt newly betrayed at the news that, while police and plantiffs' lawyers searched over the past decade without success, a handful of friends from Brett's days as a Bridgeport priest knew he was secretly living on a Caribbean island. "It's ludicrous that this man is still running around and the Catholic church is hiding him," said Frank Mercaldo, who says Brett abused him when he was a high school student at Calvert Hall College in Towson.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun reporter | October 10, 2007
The Marriotts Ridge boys soccer team learned a lot from its first varsity season last year. And that knowledge is being put to good use this fall. The Mustangs have been the surprise team of the county and metro area, taking a 7-0-2 mark into the week and working their way up to No. 9 in The Sun's poll. "Last year, we played very defensive to just kind of survive in games," coach Kevin Flynn said. "And from that, we learned a lot about how to defend and what it took to play at the varsity level.
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By Glenn Graham and Lem Satterfield and Glenn Graham and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporters | May 9, 2007
Senior attackman Justin Martinelli and the Mount Hebron boys lacrosse team claimed the Howard County championship with a 9-8 double-overtime win at Centennial last night. Martinelli's wraparound goal in the closing minute of the second four-minute overtime period proved to be the game-winner for the defending Class 3A-2A state champion Vikings, who scored two goals in the final two minutes of regulation to get even and eventually avenge an 8-7 overtime loss to the Eagles during the regular season.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun Reporter | November 8, 2006
The Mount Hebron boys soccer team perhaps has the finest one-two scoring punch in the metro area in senior strikers Mike Napolitano and Justin Martinelli. The farther the No. 3 Vikings advance in the playoffs, the stronger the argument. Going into yesterday's Class 3A East regional title game against Fallston, the two combined on seven goals and three assists in wins over River Hill, Annapolis and Severna Park. The two also loomed large in the Vikings' 2-1 win over Atholton in the county title game, with Martinelli providing the game-winner and Napolitano notching an assist.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,SUN REPORTER | October 28, 2006
Mount Hebron senior striker Justin Martinelli didn't know the number of games, only that it had been much too long since his team had been on the winning side against Howard County rival River Hill. That changed in yesterday's rain and cold when the No. 4 Vikings showed an overwhelming desire to move forward in the Class 3A East region, knocking off the defending co-state champion and No. 8 Hawks, 5-3, in opening-round play. Martinelli finished with two goals - including the game-winner in the 53rd minute - and fellow senior standout Mike Napolitano contributed one goal and three assists.
NEWS
By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,SUN REPORTER | October 25, 2006
The Mount Hebron boys soccer team isn't bashful about going hard to goal. In yesterday's inaugural Howard County championship game against visiting Atholton, it was a necessity to earn the Vikings a 2-1 win. After a scoreless first half, Mount Hebron freshman midfielder Aiden Hoolachan broke through 11 minutes into the second half and senior forward Justin Martinelli provided the game-winner midway through as the Raiders got a goal from Toshi Takahashi in...
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,sun reporter | September 13, 2006
Mike Napolitano's contribution came from the left edge of the penalty area, one swift move past a defender followed by a clean strike from 18 yards that quickly found the back of the net. A few minutes later, Justin Martinelli did his share, successfully challenging a defender to win the right side before sending over a precise cross that found a teammate in close. The result was another goal for the Mount Hebron boys soccer team. Although it was only one half of a scrimmage a couple weeks back - the team's first dress rehearsal of the season - the evidence was clear: With senior forwards Napolitano and Martinelli up front, the No. 7 Vikings have the offense to make a lot of opposing defenses look bad. "The big thing for them is they both have a lot of respect for each other," said Mount Hebron coach Mike Linsenmeyer, whose Vikings are coming off an 11-4-1 season in 2005.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun reporter | October 10, 2007
The Marriotts Ridge boys soccer team learned a lot from its first varsity season last year. And that knowledge is being put to good use this fall. The Mustangs have been the surprise team of the county and metro area, taking a 7-0-2 mark into the week and working their way up to No. 9 in The Sun's poll. "Last year, we played very defensive to just kind of survive in games," coach Kevin Flynn said. "And from that, we learned a lot about how to defend and what it took to play at the varsity level.
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By KATHERINE DUNN and KATHERINE DUNN,SUN REPORTER | May 20, 2006
Mount Hebron's Justin Martinelli didn't really have a plan for winning last night's state Class 3A-2A boys lacrosse semifinal against North Harford. He just saw an opening and took it. The junior midfielder scored 2:15 into sudden-death overtime to give the Vikings a 10-9 victory over the Hawks and their first trip to the state final since they won the title in 2002. The Vikings (15-4) will meet the winner of today's semifinal between Urbana and Stephen Decatur for the championship Tuesday or Wednesday at UMBC.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | April 29, 2005
Mount Hebron kept alive its Howard County boys lacrosse championship hopes with a 4-3 overtime victory over visiting Glenelg yesterday. Sophomore Justin Martinelli scored the game-winning goal 36 seconds into overtime, his second goal of the game. "It was a magical ending," said Martinelli. "I told myself I was going straight for it." Andrew Aleshire of Mount Hebron (7-4 overall, 6-1 Howard County) tied the score at 3 on a goal with 2.9 seconds remaining in regulation. The Vikings, who had lost the last two seasons to Glenelg (9-3, 5-3)
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