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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2012
Matt Miller thought he could play Division I basketball coming out of high school, and the Mount St. Joseph guard did have his fair share of DI inquiries. But when none of those interested colleges offered him a scholarship, Miller packed his bags for Greensburg, Pa., where for two years he suited up for Division II Seton Hill. After averaging 16.3 points for the Griffins as a freshman and a team-high 20.1 points as a sophomore, the former Gaels star decided to try his luck at the DI level once again.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | January 12, 2014
The Ravens know they need another wide receiver and they already know the exact type of playmaker they covet, not that they wanted to go into specifics with the Baltimore media during last week's season-ending news conference. But general manager Ozzie Newsome did offer one hint as to what the Ravens might be looking for, which should have been obvious to anyone who watched their offense stall throughout the disappointing 2013 season. "We need to be able to get a receiver - whether it's a tight end or a wide receiver - that can make a third-and-7, third-and-8 catch and run after the catch," Newsome said.
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By Jean Leslie and Jean Leslie,SUN STAFF | June 3, 1996
NED ROGERS, a Dorsey relative, is in the midst of restoring the Dorsey home, the Brick House on U.S. 40.Rogers has completed the mountain of paperwork to have the home placed on the National Register of Historic Places and is restoring the home for his residence.Previously owned by the now-deceased Lassotovitch family, the house was distinguished by its large grape arbor."My motivation is to show people that historical restoration can be done and that it can be profitable," Rogers said of his plan to retain several acres, using the profits from the sale of additional land for the expense of rebuilding the property.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
The NFL draft is four months away -- it got bumped back to May this year -- and the college football season just wrapped up. But that hasn't stopped some draft analysts from putting out early mock drafts. (It may seem a little too early to start thinking about all that, but the insatiable demand for draft information is undeniable. Watch. This blog post will be one of the most-clicked items on our website by lunchtime.) General manager Ozzie Newsome said Wednesday that the Ravens will be looking for bigger, stronger offensive linemen, a sure-handed wide receiver and an athletic safety during the offseason.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | January 19, 1992
In Bel Air's 39-25 victory over Havre de Grace Wednesday, all of theranked wrestlers won their bouts.Scott Birth, ranked No. 5 at 125 pounds in the latest Maryland State Wrestling Association poll, ledBel Air with a technical fall over Sami Zaman at 135 pounds.Havre de Grace has youngster wrestling at many weight classes butit also has two of the top wrestlers in the state -- Jim Ervine and Tom Burdsall.Ervine, ranked No. 3 at 125 pounds, remained undefeated. Wrestling at 130 pounds against Bel Air, Ervine won by technicalfall over Anthony Pasco.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
The NFL draft is four months away -- it got bumped back to May this year -- and the college football season just wrapped up. But that hasn't stopped some draft analysts from putting out early mock drafts. (It may seem a little too early to start thinking about all that, but the insatiable demand for draft information is undeniable. Watch. This blog post will be one of the most-clicked items on our website by lunchtime.) General manager Ozzie Newsome said Wednesday that the Ravens will be looking for bigger, stronger offensive linemen, a sure-handed wide receiver and an athletic safety during the offseason.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 30, 2003
Once Chris Thomas found the range, Notre Dame had nothing to worry about. Thomas overcame poor early shooting to score 22 points, and Chris Quinn had 15 points and five assists, leading No. 21 Notre Dame past Mount St. Mary's, 78-64, yesterday in South Bend, Ind. Thomas began the game 1-for-5 from the field, but went 6-for-7 the rest of the way. He stayed patient when the Mountaineers used a box-and-one to try to keep the ball out of his hands....
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May 23, 2000
State lacrosse Tonight's finals at UMBC Stadium Class 4A-3A girls No. 3 Severna Park (17-3) vs. No. 10 Liberty (16-2) Time: 6 p.m. Outlook: The Falcons - 20-2 winners over Montgomery County's Walt Whitman in Saturday's semifinal - can expect a tougher time tonight against a Liberty teammaking its second straight appearance in the finals. In advancing, the Lions avenged a season-opening loss to Dulaney with a sturdy 14-6 win on Saturday featuring a four-goal, two-assist performance from senior standout Michelle Allen.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | January 12, 2014
The Ravens know they need another wide receiver and they already know the exact type of playmaker they covet, not that they wanted to go into specifics with the Baltimore media during last week's season-ending news conference. But general manager Ozzie Newsome did offer one hint as to what the Ravens might be looking for, which should have been obvious to anyone who watched their offense stall throughout the disappointing 2013 season. "We need to be able to get a receiver - whether it's a tight end or a wide receiver - that can make a third-and-7, third-and-8 catch and run after the catch," Newsome said.
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June 11, 2007
Moves Baseball ATHLETICS -- Recalled C Kurt Suzuki from Triple-A Sacramento. DIAMONDBACKS -- Activated 3B Chad Tracy from 15-day DL. Optioned IF Robby Hammock to Triple-A Tucson. INDIANS -- Optioned P Jeremy Sowers to Triple-A Buffalo. Recalled P Matt Miller from Buffalo. TIGERS -- Designated P Aquilino Lopez for assignment. Recalled P Andrew Miller from Double-A Erie.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2012
Matt Miller thought he could play Division I basketball coming out of high school, and the Mount St. Joseph guard did have his fair share of DI inquiries. But when none of those interested colleges offered him a scholarship, Miller packed his bags for Greensburg, Pa., where for two years he suited up for Division II Seton Hill. After averaging 16.3 points for the Griffins as a freshman and a team-high 20.1 points as a sophomore, the former Gaels star decided to try his luck at the DI level once again.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 30, 2003
Once Chris Thomas found the range, Notre Dame had nothing to worry about. Thomas overcame poor early shooting to score 22 points, and Chris Quinn had 15 points and five assists, leading No. 21 Notre Dame past Mount St. Mary's, 78-64, yesterday in South Bend, Ind. Thomas began the game 1-for-5 from the field, but went 6-for-7 the rest of the way. He stayed patient when the Mountaineers used a box-and-one to try to keep the ball out of his hands....
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May 23, 2000
State lacrosse Tonight's finals at UMBC Stadium Class 4A-3A girls No. 3 Severna Park (17-3) vs. No. 10 Liberty (16-2) Time: 6 p.m. Outlook: The Falcons - 20-2 winners over Montgomery County's Walt Whitman in Saturday's semifinal - can expect a tougher time tonight against a Liberty teammaking its second straight appearance in the finals. In advancing, the Lions avenged a season-opening loss to Dulaney with a sturdy 14-6 win on Saturday featuring a four-goal, two-assist performance from senior standout Michelle Allen.
NEWS
By Jean Leslie and Jean Leslie,SUN STAFF | June 3, 1996
NED ROGERS, a Dorsey relative, is in the midst of restoring the Dorsey home, the Brick House on U.S. 40.Rogers has completed the mountain of paperwork to have the home placed on the National Register of Historic Places and is restoring the home for his residence.Previously owned by the now-deceased Lassotovitch family, the house was distinguished by its large grape arbor."My motivation is to show people that historical restoration can be done and that it can be profitable," Rogers said of his plan to retain several acres, using the profits from the sale of additional land for the expense of rebuilding the property.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | January 19, 1992
In Bel Air's 39-25 victory over Havre de Grace Wednesday, all of theranked wrestlers won their bouts.Scott Birth, ranked No. 5 at 125 pounds in the latest Maryland State Wrestling Association poll, ledBel Air with a technical fall over Sami Zaman at 135 pounds.Havre de Grace has youngster wrestling at many weight classes butit also has two of the top wrestlers in the state -- Jim Ervine and Tom Burdsall.Ervine, ranked No. 3 at 125 pounds, remained undefeated. Wrestling at 130 pounds against Bel Air, Ervine won by technicalfall over Anthony Pasco.
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