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September 1, 1991
FrederickCadetsCoach: Bob Campbell, sixth yearAssistant coaches: Shaun Carey, Mike Sanino, Dave Jackson, Phil Rhodes, Ron Cecil, Andre Jackson, Tom LohrLast year's record: 7-3, 4-2 in the Central Maryland ConferenceTop returnees: Seniors, offensive tackles Mike Kelly, Greg Stup, halfback Trenton Ambush, tailback Wayne Cook, running back MonteBryantCoach's comments: "I think we're strong in depth. It's pretty competitive. If there is a weakness, we are young time-wise. Other than (the players mentioned above)
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2013
Mark Turgeon is no bracketologist. The Maryland basketball coach keeps himself sheltered in a Rating Percentage Index-free zone. But while Turgeon has neither the time nor the inclination to regularly assess his team's chances of making the NCAA tournament, he knew enough about the calendar Thursday night to understand that time was growing short for the Terps to begin recording some all-important conference road wins. After losing their first four Atlantic Coast Conference road games, the Terps broke through against Virginia Tech, beating the Hokies, 60-55, in front of an announced 5,465 at Cassell Coliseum.
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September 1, 1991
LinganoreLancersCoach: Dave Carruthers, 13th yearAssistant coaches: Bill McIntoch, Tom May, Mike Chavez, Vincent Jones, Gary Leishman, Dave ZichafooseLast year's record: 7-3, 4-2 in the Central Maryland ConferenceTop returnees: Seniors, quarterback Rich Coffey, guard Brian Pietrewicz, safety Rodney Willis, defensive back Ronnie McGarvey, defensive tackle Joe KrcmaTop newcomers: Senior, offensive tackle/defensive tackle Jimmy Dodson; juniors, tailback/linebacker John...
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,justin.fenton@baltsun.com | March 7, 2009
Baltimore police arrested the vice president of Baltimore's NAACP chapter Thursday afternoon after heroin and marijuana were recovered during a search of his car, though prosecutors declined to pursue charges. Police said Ellis L. Staten Jr., 44, who is also an executive committee member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's Maryland conference, was in the driver's seat of a car that had stopped near Pennsylvania Avenue and Dolphin Street, which police say is a well-known drug market.
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September 1, 1991
North CarrollPanthersCoach: Randy Clark, fourth yearAssistant coaches: Jim Boesler, Craig Walker, Greg Knill, Phil Bonnell, Carroll SeilerLast year's record: 1-9, 0-5 in the Central Maryland ConferenceTop returnees: Seniors, running back/defensive back Ronnie Miller, fullback/linebacker Jason Small, split end/defensive back Wade Zufall, tight end/defensive end Dave PolischeckTop newcomers: Seniors, offensive tackle/defensive back Geoff Baughn, offensive tackle/defensive...
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September 1, 1991
LibertyLionsCoach: John Magee, sixth yearAssistant coaches: Dale Green, Donald Mongold, Mike Quealy, Jim Rodriguez, Dan IrwinLast year's record: 4-6, 2-4 in the Central Maryland ConferenceTop returnees: Seniors, quarterback Dan Reichard, defensive back/wide receiver Gray Johnson, defensive back Scott LingleTop newcomers: Juniors, quarterback Ross Yastzremsky, fullback Thomas Rheubottom, guard Brian Wingate, defensive back Doug CoppelerCoach's comments: "We...
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September 1, 1991
Thomas JohnsonPatriotsCoach: Ben Wright, eighth yearAssistant coaches: Rick Conner,Mike Day, Don Krolak, Dave Brown, Hal Grau, John Regis, Carlos Breckenridge, Tim Jones, Sonny JosephLast year's record: 6-4, 5-1 in the Central Maryland ConferenceTop returnees: Seniors, linebacker Wayne Ambush, linebacker/guard Bruce Harrell, defensive end Jessie Williams, defensive end David Dailey, running back Phillip Flannery, flanker/kicker Darin Young, defensive back...
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By Robert Nusgart and Robert Nusgart,SUN REAL ESTATE EDITOR | June 20, 1999
Joel Kotkin, who was born in New York and resides in suburban Los Angeles, enjoys Baltimore. In fact, he is rather impressed by it."I think Baltimore is the best urban living value in the Northeast by far," said Kotkin, a professor at the Pepperdine University Institute for Public Policy."
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June 15, 1998
South Carroll High School presented awards and scholarships to graduating seniors at the annual Senior Awards/Memory Night and the Senior Farewell Assembly the final week of school.Recipients were:Aila Parke Albrecht: Western Maryland College, Outstanding Achievement in French, Presidential Award for Academic Excellence, House of Delegates Scholarship.Scott Tyler Armstrong: Western Maryland College, Central Maryland Conference.Elise Catherine Ballard: Outstanding Student of the Year, Presidential Award for Academic Excellence.
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By Jeff Seidel and Rich Scherr and Jeff Seidel and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 27, 2003
Westminster's girls and boys tennis teams have been at the top of the county and Central Maryland Conference standings all season, putting on impressive performances - even more impressive considering that they're teams without a home. The Owls haven't played a home match in the past two seasons because the school's courts were ruled by an insurance company to be unfit for competition, though OK for practice. They've had to play every match away from Westminster, and coach Fran McCullin is hopeful the courts will be ready for competitive play next spring.
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By Rich Scherr | February 12, 2003
At times this season, the inability to score over long stretches has hurt the Century girls basketball team. Last night against Frederick County's Urbana, it was a sizable drought in each half that doomed the host Knights in a 51-43 loss. The team, in its first varsity season, has shown maturity and clinched a tie for the Carroll County title. But shooting woes continue to be a problem. The Knights (11-7, 7-6 Central Maryland Conference) shot 24 percent from the field over the first three quarters.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 30, 2003
Give junior Ryan Carr the ball on the perimeter, and he can be dangerous. Visiting Urbana found out first hand during the second half of last night's Central Maryland Conference game, as Carr scored 19 of his game-high 21 points to lead Westminster to a 60-49 win. "The bottom line is he can play," Owls coach Brett Kanther said. "When he gets hot, he needs to get the ball." After its offense limped through the first half, Westminster (7-8 overall, 5-6 Central Maryland Conference) finally found him in the third quarter, when he scored eight in a three-minute span to help the Owls turn a five-point deficit into a 38-31 lead.
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By Jeff Seidel and Rich Scherr and Jeff Seidel and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 17, 2002
A 2-0 win over long-time Carroll County power Westminster on Saturday gave unbeaten South Carroll something that should make other Class 3A field hockey teams take notice. A further boost in confidence. The Cavaliers' first win over Westminster in 21 years came just 10 days before the scheduled start of the regional playoffs, where the Winfeld team will be going for its first trip to the state semifinals since 1992. "That was huge for us," said sophomore Liz Fries. "It pumps us up going into the playoffs.
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May 30, 2002
BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR Drew Walters Westminster The starting center on Westminster's football team was an imposing presence for the Owls' defense. At 5 feet 11, 210 pounds, Walters anchored a defensive unit that allowed just 63 goals in 16 games, helping lead Westminster to a 14-2 mark and titles in both Carroll County and the Central Maryland Conference. The three-year-starter possesses a rare combination of strength - he bench-presses 350 pounds - and stick skills. He consistently shut down some of the area's premier attackmen, including holding Fallston's Steve Mull to just two goals in a regional semifinal loss.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 9, 2002
After posting the highest finish of any Carroll County team at last week's Central Maryland Conference track and field championships, Century, a first-year school, is looking for big results out of its girls team at today's county championship meet at Western Maryland College. The question is, can the Knights' young talent overcome the imposing depth of defending champion Westminster? "We have some really good athletes, but we don't have the depth of a Westminster," said Century coach Linda Coons.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 11, 2002
For the vast majority of yesterday's game, Frederick pitcher Candy Warden used her blazing fastball and precise location to overmatch host North Carroll. But with just one swing of the bat, sophomore Allie Honkofsky made Warden's two-hit, 13-strikeout performance go for naught, doubling to the gap in right-center and two batters later scoring the game's only run in a 1-0 victory. "I just waited for my pitch and I went for it," Honkofsky said. "One mistake ... what can you do?" said Frederick coach Randy Steiner.
NEWS
March 24, 2002
How to make goats a profitable agriculture enterprise is the focus of the Maryland Goat Conference, scheduled for 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Carroll County Agriculture Center in Westminster. Speakers will include veterinarians, a parasitologist, a goat broker and feedlot operator, and extension agents. Commercial exhibits and door prizes also will be featured. Registration is $25 and includes lunch, refreshments and resource materials. Registration is required by tomorrow by calling the Carroll County extension office at 410-386- 2760 or 888-326-9645 or by e-mail, mb232@umail.
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