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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 24, 1996
ATLANTA - Matt Johnson of Johns Hopkins defended his NCAA title in the 100-yard butterfly Friday with a meet-record time of 48.67 seconds, breaking the record that he had set in the morning preliminary during the Division III Swimming and Diving Championships at Emory University.The previous record was 49.02, which was set at last year's meet by Tom Richner of Denison.Johnson, who was swimming in the 200 butterfly finals last night, also earned All-America honors in the 200 freestyle relay (second place)
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By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 6, 2009
Matt and Sarah Johnson loved their Paradise neighborhood in old Catonsville so much that when they decided to find a bigger home, they were determined to stay close. Just a few blocks away, a new development of 17 houses was being planned, a rarity in the area unless someone sells off a large piece of property. This was the case - and the genesis of Kettler Forlines' Paradise Village. A trip to the model home that sat amid mounds of dirt and bulldozers persuaded the couple to be a part of this new neighborhood.
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By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 6, 2009
Matt and Sarah Johnson loved their Paradise neighborhood in old Catonsville so much that when they decided to find a bigger home, they were determined to stay close. Just a few blocks away, a new development of 17 houses was being planned, a rarity in the area unless someone sells off a large piece of property. This was the case - and the genesis of Kettler Forlines' Paradise Village. A trip to the model home that sat amid mounds of dirt and bulldozers persuaded the couple to be a part of this new neighborhood.
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July 5, 2000
Baseball Blue Jays: Activated C Darrin Fletcher from 15-day DL . Designated C Charlie Greene for assignment. Cardinals: Activated 2B Fernando Vina from 15-day DL . Placed IF Placido Polanco on 15-day DL , retroactive to July 1, with strained right hamstring. Mets: Recalled P Bobby M. Jones from Triple-A Norfolk. Optioned P Jim Mann to Norfolk. Pirates: Activated OF Adrian Brown from 15-day DL. Sent IF Abraham Nunez to Triple-A Nashville. Red Sox : Recalled P Tim Young from Triple-A Pawtucket.
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July 5, 2000
Baseball Blue Jays: Activated C Darrin Fletcher from 15-day DL . Designated C Charlie Greene for assignment. Cardinals: Activated 2B Fernando Vina from 15-day DL . Placed IF Placido Polanco on 15-day DL , retroactive to July 1, with strained right hamstring. Mets: Recalled P Bobby M. Jones from Triple-A Norfolk. Optioned P Jim Mann to Norfolk. Pirates: Activated OF Adrian Brown from 15-day DL. Sent IF Abraham Nunez to Triple-A Nashville. Red Sox : Recalled P Tim Young from Triple-A Pawtucket.
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December 9, 1997
BaseballAngels: Agreed to $400,000, one-year deal with P Rich DeLucia. Agreed to terms with free-agent P Mark Gubicza on minor-league contract.Blue Jays: Re-signed free-agent IF Juan Samuel to minor-league contract that would earn him $420,000 salary if he makes major-league team.Brewers: Agreed to minor-league contract with OF Darrin Jackson that calls for $550,000 salary if he's in majors.Mariners: Agreed to terms with C John Marzano on minor-league contract that pays $300,000 if he's in majors.
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March 10, 1993
The 30th annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Dinner will take place tonight at 6:30 at Martin's West.Ninety scholar-athletes, representing high schools in the Baltimore metropolitan area with football teams, have been nominated.Five will be picked as regional scholarship winners, and one will be chosen as the grand-prize winner.Here is the list of nominees, alphabetically by school:Peter D'Amico, Aberdeen; Matt Criscimagna, Annapolis; Mark McNicholas, Archbishop Curley; Tim Alber, Archbishop Spalding; Dan Doffermyre, Arundel; Ryan McQueeney, Atholton; Brandon Barrett, Bel Air; Phil Booker, Boys' Latin; Mike McLaughlin, Broadneck; Brian Swiger, Brunswick; Brad Fordyce, C. Milton Wright; Stan Fisher III, Calvert Hall; Jay Johnson Jr., Cardinal Gibbons; Romey Rone, Carver; Chad Lawyer, Catoctin; Tony Albanese, Catonsville; Joe McLaine, Centennial; Brandon Steinheim, Chesapeake-AA; Keith Brown, Chesapeake-BC; Terrence Suber, City; Bernie Gourdine, Douglass; Emmerich Yoder, Dulaney; Omar Parker, Dunbar; Mike Fearson, Dundalk;Brian Reese, Eastern Vo-Tech; Craig Davis, Edgewood; Clarence "Shiel" Holiday, Edmondson; Brad Baker, Fallston; Antoine "Hickey" Hickman, Forest Park; Rick Hooper, Francis Scott Key; David Hurren, Franklin; Matt Carroll, Frederick; Bob Yang, Friends; Mike McWilliams, Gilman; Jeremy Lee, Glen Burnie; Jason Beall, Glenelg; Matt Johnson, Gov. Thomas Johnson; Greg Seward, Hammond; Patrick Hartsfield, Havre de Grace; Steve Talbott, Hereford; Sean O'Neil, Howard; David...
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September 28, 1997
BaseballGiants: Purchased contract of P William VanLandingham from Triple-A Phoenix. Designated 1B-OF Desi Wilson for assignment.FootballBengals: Waived WR Gunnard Taylor. Signed LB Tim Terry from practice squad.Saints: Waived WR Mercury Hayes. Signed WR Brett Bech.HockeyNHL: Suspended Kings F Matt Johnson, pending hearing, for slashing Sharks RW Todd Ewen Wednesday.Islanders: Agreed to terms with C Travis Green.SwimmingU.S. Swimming: Named Chad Carvin, who overcame cardiomyopathy to win six U.S. titles and five international medals in 1997, Swimmer of the Year.
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February 9, 1997
BaseballBraves: Agreed to $2.45 million contract with OF Ryan Klesko, nearly eight times his $315,000 salary last season.Yankees: Agreed to $765,000 contract with P Graeme Lloyd.BasketballCeltics: Signed G Michael Hawkins to 10-day contract to replace G Dana Barros, who will have surgery tomorrow to remove bone spurs from left ankle.CollegeWashington State: Senior F Tavares Mack left basketball team.FootballRaiders: Named Dave Adolph linebackers coach, Ray Perkins offensive coordinator, Keith Rowen assistant head coach and Willie Brown assistant coach.
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September 19, 1998
BaseballAngels: Placed C Charlie O'Brien (broken right thumb) on 60-day DL.Expos: Purchased contract of C-3B Mike Barrett from Double-A Harrisburg.Mariners: Signed two-year contract with Double-A New Haven.Phillies: Named Ruben Amaro Jr. assistant GM, effective at end of season.Pirates: Announced affiliation agreement with short-season Single-A Williamsport.Rangers: Recalled C Chris Tremie from Triple-A Oklahoma. Recalled P Eric Moody from Oklahoma; placed him on 60-day DL.Rockies: Announced affiliation agreement with Double-A Carolina.
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December 9, 1997
BaseballAngels: Agreed to $400,000, one-year deal with P Rich DeLucia. Agreed to terms with free-agent P Mark Gubicza on minor-league contract.Blue Jays: Re-signed free-agent IF Juan Samuel to minor-league contract that would earn him $420,000 salary if he makes major-league team.Brewers: Agreed to minor-league contract with OF Darrin Jackson that calls for $550,000 salary if he's in majors.Mariners: Agreed to terms with C John Marzano on minor-league contract that pays $300,000 if he's in majors.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 24, 1996
ATLANTA - Matt Johnson of Johns Hopkins defended his NCAA title in the 100-yard butterfly Friday with a meet-record time of 48.67 seconds, breaking the record that he had set in the morning preliminary during the Division III Swimming and Diving Championships at Emory University.The previous record was 49.02, which was set at last year's meet by Tom Richner of Denison.Johnson, who was swimming in the 200 butterfly finals last night, also earned All-America honors in the 200 freestyle relay (second place)
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March 10, 1993
The 30th annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Dinner will take place tonight at 6:30 at Martin's West.Ninety scholar-athletes, representing high schools in the Baltimore metropolitan area with football teams, have been nominated.Five will be picked as regional scholarship winners, and one will be chosen as the grand-prize winner.Here is the list of nominees, alphabetically by school:Peter D'Amico, Aberdeen; Matt Criscimagna, Annapolis; Mark McNicholas, Archbishop Curley; Tim Alber, Archbishop Spalding; Dan Doffermyre, Arundel; Ryan McQueeney, Atholton; Brandon Barrett, Bel Air; Phil Booker, Boys' Latin; Mike McLaughlin, Broadneck; Brian Swiger, Brunswick; Brad Fordyce, C. Milton Wright; Stan Fisher III, Calvert Hall; Jay Johnson Jr., Cardinal Gibbons; Romey Rone, Carver; Chad Lawyer, Catoctin; Tony Albanese, Catonsville; Joe McLaine, Centennial; Brandon Steinheim, Chesapeake-AA; Keith Brown, Chesapeake-BC; Terrence Suber, City; Bernie Gourdine, Douglass; Emmerich Yoder, Dulaney; Omar Parker, Dunbar; Mike Fearson, Dundalk;Brian Reese, Eastern Vo-Tech; Craig Davis, Edgewood; Clarence "Shiel" Holiday, Edmondson; Brad Baker, Fallston; Antoine "Hickey" Hickman, Forest Park; Rick Hooper, Francis Scott Key; David Hurren, Franklin; Matt Carroll, Frederick; Bob Yang, Friends; Mike McWilliams, Gilman; Jeremy Lee, Glen Burnie; Jason Beall, Glenelg; Matt Johnson, Gov. Thomas Johnson; Greg Seward, Hammond; Patrick Hartsfield, Havre de Grace; Steve Talbott, Hereford; Sean O'Neil, Howard; David...
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September 29, 2007
Baseball ASTROS -- Signed manager Cecil Cooper to two-year contract through 2009 season. MLB -- Revoked three-game suspension and undisclosed fine given to Milwaukee Brewers P Seth McClung upon appeal. NATIONALS -- Exercised 2009 option on contract of manager Manny Acta. Basketball MAVERICKS -- Named Mario Elie assistant coach. TIMBERWOLVES -- Traded G Trenton Hassell to Mavericks for G Greg Buckner. Colleges MEAC -- Suspended three football officials one game apiece for inaccurate calls in Bethune-Cookman vs. Norfolk State game.
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January 5, 2000
Baseball Dodgers: Named Jack Clark hitting instructor for Single-A San Bernardino. Twins: Agreed to terms with C Marcus Jensen on minor-league contract. Basketball NBA: Named Heat C Alonzo Mourning Player of the Month and Rockets G Steve Francis (Maryland) Rookie of the Month. , Colleges Georgia: Named Doug Marrone assistant football coach. Kentucky: Announced C Nate Knight has left basketball team. Football Bengals: Signed NT Chad Pegues and TE Damian Vaughn to two-year contracts.
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