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January 21, 2004
On Friday January 16, 2004 VANITY A. , beloved wife of the late Clarence R. Maxey; loving mother of AntoinetteDickson of Bowie, MD, Cestaine Glover of Columbia, MD; devoted sister of Gary and George Goode and Clara Parker; cherished grandmother of Maya, Matthew and Zaria Glover. Relatives and friends may call at the First Baptist Church of Guilford on Thursday January 22, 2004 from 11 a.m. to 12 noon at which time services will be held. Interment on Friday January 23, 2004 at Calverton National Cemetery, Calverton, NY at 1 p.m. Arrangements by Witzke Funeral Homes, Inc. of Coumbia.
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May 14, 2008
On May 12, 2008, MAXEY IRBY ABERNATHY, beloved husband of Hilda (nee Latleif) Abernathy, devoted father of Donald and Betty Abernathy and Larry and Denise Abernathy, all of Hampstead, dear brother of Pauline Bishop of Blackstone, VA., loving grandfather of Debbie Fiackos and her husband Greg and great-grandfather to Emily and Andrew. Friends may call at the Eline Funeral Home, 934 S. Main St., Hampstead, on Wednesday from 3-5 and 7-9pm. Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, May 15 at 12 noon at St. Georges Episcopal Church, 2423 Cape Horn Road, Hampstead.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | June 20, 2005
Towson first baseman Jason Maxey (Hammond), a second team All-American selection, has signed as a free agent with the Baltimore Orioles organization and will be part of the Aberdeen Ironbirds of the New York-Penn League, the Orioles' Class A affiliate. Maxey is the third former Tiger to play for the Ironbirds, joining Gregg Davies and Mike Costello. Maxey batted .346 with 23 home runs and 72 RBI this past season. A first team All-CAA selection, he led the CAA in home runs (23). Maxey also led the Tigers with 18 doubles.
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By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 17, 2006
Jason Maxey watches every home Bowie Baysox game from the team's bullpen near the right-field corner. He can sit on the bench that is built into a wall and have a perfect view of the field. It is one of the best seats in Prince George's Stadium - and Maxey would rather not have it. Maxey started the season as the bullpen catcher for the Bowie Baysox, the Class AA minor-league affiliate of the Orioles. The Howard County native and former All-Metro Hammond High star has that role because the parent club wants to give him time to let his surgically repaired right shoulder continue healing.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | June 9, 1991
Over the past three years, Bob Maxey's Hammond Bears baseball team developed a core of closeness that proved tough to beat this year.Maxey, The Howard County Sun Coach of the Year, helped that closenesswith techniques such as visualization. The team would huddle before a game and visualize success at fielding, hitting and pitching.He also did things like taking the team out to breakfast on the day of a big game. Maxey stressed doing things right, so when they went to breakfast they all wore dress shirts and ties.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2000
Wilde Lake striker Ian Rodway, Hammond catcher Jason Maxey, Mount Hebron catcher Joe Michalski and Mount Hebron attackman Joe Selawski have made oral commitments to Division I colleges. Rodway, a member of the national team pool in 1996 and a two-time, second-team All-Metro pick, selected Maryland over Brown, University of Pennsylvania, UMBC and Boston University. "Maryland was the best fit for me," the 5-foot-9, 150-pound Rodway said. "I liked the idea of my parents and friends being able to see me play."
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2000
One of Hammond's top hitters ended a slump yesterday, but another cooled off. Two home runs by Jason Maxey and four innings of one-hit pitching by Hammond starter Jeff Miller sparked the Bears to a 10-6 victory over visiting River Hill. But Brian Brewer's string of homers in six consecutive games for Hammond -- the nation's fifth longest streak -- ended when he went 0-for-3 with a walk. "I tried not to think about the streak," Brewer said. "But it was hard not to." The national record is nine games, held by two players.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 27, 2005
Jason Maxey is a perfect fit for the new Tigers from Towson. The slugging first baseman has arrived from Maryland just in time to lead a home run assault that has carried Maxey and the Tigers to the top of the NCAA Division I home run charts. Maxey is tied for the lead in the nation with Oklahoma State's Adam Carr with 17, and the Towson team is No. 1 with 78 homers in 39 games. Maxey is threatening to become the first Tiger to lead the country in home runs. Maxey's home run show comes from the No. 5 or No. 6 spot in the batting order, with both Casper Wells and Mark Chiccini usually hitting ahead of him. Wells is right behind Maxey with 15 homers.
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By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 17, 2006
Jason Maxey watches every home Bowie Baysox game from the team's bullpen near the right-field corner. He can sit on the bench that is built into a wall and have a perfect view of the field. It is one of the best seats in Prince George's Stadium - and Maxey would rather not have it. Maxey started the season as the bullpen catcher for the Bowie Baysox, the Class AA minor-league affiliate of the Orioles. The Howard County native and former All-Metro Hammond High star has that role because the parent club wants to give him time to let his surgically repaired right shoulder continue healing.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | April 5, 2001
As any baseball coach will tell you, most hitters don't hit very well in the cold weather of the early season. Except Hammond's Jason Maxey, who could probably hit doubles standing on the South Pole. Maxey, last year's Howard Player of the Year, went 4-for-5 and knocked in six runs yesterday as No. 5 Hammond easily beat River Hill, 14-3. And though the win moved the Bears' record to 7-0 on the year, it was the first one that came with a little breathing room. "We've realized the last few games that any team can beat us and everyone is out to get us," Maxey said.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | June 20, 2005
Towson first baseman Jason Maxey (Hammond), a second team All-American selection, has signed as a free agent with the Baltimore Orioles organization and will be part of the Aberdeen Ironbirds of the New York-Penn League, the Orioles' Class A affiliate. Maxey is the third former Tiger to play for the Ironbirds, joining Gregg Davies and Mike Costello. Maxey batted .346 with 23 home runs and 72 RBI this past season. A first team All-CAA selection, he led the CAA in home runs (23). Maxey also led the Tigers with 18 doubles.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 27, 2005
Jason Maxey is a perfect fit for the new Tigers from Towson. The slugging first baseman has arrived from Maryland just in time to lead a home run assault that has carried Maxey and the Tigers to the top of the NCAA Division I home run charts. Maxey is tied for the lead in the nation with Oklahoma State's Adam Carr with 17, and the Towson team is No. 1 with 78 homers in 39 games. Maxey is threatening to become the first Tiger to lead the country in home runs. Maxey's home run show comes from the No. 5 or No. 6 spot in the batting order, with both Casper Wells and Mark Chiccini usually hitting ahead of him. Wells is right behind Maxey with 15 homers.
NEWS
January 21, 2004
On Friday January 16, 2004 VANITY A. , beloved wife of the late Clarence R. Maxey; loving mother of AntoinetteDickson of Bowie, MD, Cestaine Glover of Columbia, MD; devoted sister of Gary and George Goode and Clara Parker; cherished grandmother of Maya, Matthew and Zaria Glover. Relatives and friends may call at the First Baptist Church of Guilford on Thursday January 22, 2004 from 11 a.m. to 12 noon at which time services will be held. Interment on Friday January 23, 2004 at Calverton National Cemetery, Calverton, NY at 1 p.m. Arrangements by Witzke Funeral Homes, Inc. of Coumbia.
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June 1, 2001
Player of the Year Jason Maxey, Hammond: It's no stretch to say that Howard County, or the state of Maryland, has never seen a hitter quite like Maxey. A two-time Player of the Year selection, Maxey is also a four-time first-team All-County selection who holds 13 league records for career hitting. This season, Maxey hit .500 with seven doubles, 12 home runs and 39 RBIs. He scored 39 runs, had a slugging percentage of 1.152, drew 20 walks and had an on-base percentage of .674. His 12 home runs, which led the metro area, gave him 35 for his career, a public school state record.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | April 27, 2001
Less than a week ago, Hammond baseball coach Bob Maxey talked about the pressures a team faces when it just happens to be undefeated and ranked No. 1 in the area for the first time in school history, as the Bears are. "You never know what can happen in baseball," Maxey said. "You run into a hot pitcher, your bats go cold for a game, suddenly some team jumps out and gets you. It's pretty tough to stay on top." Eerily, that's exactly what happened yesterday, as Hammond lost for the first time this season, falling, 2-1, to Long Reach, thanks in part to a superb pitching performance from Lightning senior Bob Helman, who didn't allow a hit in six innings against one of the toughest lineups in the Baltimore area.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | April 24, 2001
A 400-foot home run, courtesy of Hammond catcher Jason Maxey helped the Bears celebrate the school's first-ever No. 1 ranking in baseball with an 11-1 thumping of Centennial yesterday. "That baby did go a long way, didn't it?" said Hammond coach Bob Maxey, Jason's father. It certainly did. In fact, anyone quick to accuse Maxey the elder of nepotism for his praise either didn't see it, or is kidding himself. The two-out, two-run hit, which came off Centennial's Brian Neidig, was Jason Maxey's fifth home run of the year and capped a five-run fifth inning that turned a one-run game into a comfortable victory for the Bears.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | May 11, 2000
Hammond's Brian Brewer and Jason Maxey rank as the most prolific home run-hitting tandem in state public school history. One of Maxey's home runs last week cleared a stand of mature trees in right field at Hammond and sailed out of sight. It seemed to defy gravity. One of Brian Brewer's home runs, off a changeup at Howard, dented the bark on an oak tree 400 feet from home plate. The blast awed spectators. The duo's power numbers are startling. Even more so considering both players are juniors.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 2, 2000
Hammond girls basketball coach Mike Mongelli will not be forced to sit out today's game at Mount Hebron. Mongelli received a double technical with 3: 33 left in the fourth quarter of Saturday's 51-32 loss to visiting Centennial. Hammond athletic director Bob Maxey said afterward that Mongelli would have to sit out the next game. Maxey said an in-house memo dated Nov. 24, 1999 stated that coaches who are ejected would miss the following game. Mongelli said he was not aware of the policy.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | April 5, 2001
As any baseball coach will tell you, most hitters don't hit very well in the cold weather of the early season. Except Hammond's Jason Maxey, who could probably hit doubles standing on the South Pole. Maxey, last year's Howard Player of the Year, went 4-for-5 and knocked in six runs yesterday as No. 5 Hammond easily beat River Hill, 14-3. And though the win moved the Bears' record to 7-0 on the year, it was the first one that came with a little breathing room. "We've realized the last few games that any team can beat us and everyone is out to get us," Maxey said.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2000
Wilde Lake striker Ian Rodway, Hammond catcher Jason Maxey, Mount Hebron catcher Joe Michalski and Mount Hebron attackman Joe Selawski have made oral commitments to Division I colleges. Rodway, a member of the national team pool in 1996 and a two-time, second-team All-Metro pick, selected Maryland over Brown, University of Pennsylvania, UMBC and Boston University. "Maryland was the best fit for me," the 5-foot-9, 150-pound Rodway said. "I liked the idea of my parents and friends being able to see me play."
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