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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to the Sun | November 12, 2006
Liz McCarter and Katie Hursey will have plenty of time to talk about what happened in yesterday's Class 3A state championship race at Hereford. Hursey had lost just one race in her two-year career with North Carroll and beat McCarter three times this year before the Mount Hebron senior turned things around yesterday. McCarter made a gutsy mid-race move to take the lead and survived trouble in the final 10 yards to beat the defending champion. McCarter stumbled and fell about 10 yards from the finish and literally crawled and rolled over the line to win in 19 minutes, 49.11 seconds.
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February 13, 2008
2 Indoor track state title winners from the county last year. Atholton's Graham Bazell won the 3,200-meter race in Class 3A-2A and Mount Hebron's Liz McCarter won the 800 in Class 3A-2A. This year's meet is Monday and Tuesday at the PG County Sport & Learning Complex. 80 Combined wins for the Atholton wrestling team's upper-weight trio of Malcolm Stennett (29-0 at 189 pounds); Mike Masarelli (24-1 at 215) and Brian Nance (27-1 at 285). In addition, Kevin Beckm a 103-pound freshman, is 28-1 on the season.
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By GLENN GRAHAM and GLENN GRAHAM,SUN REPORTER | February 22, 2006
It would have been understandable if Mount Hebron junior Liz McCarter had just said "enough is enough" when it came to running. After a surprisingly successful freshman season in cross country, the first time she ever ran competitively, McCarter has endured one injury after another. First, it was a stress fracture in her back that same year during indoor track. Then there were shin splints, a broken wrist and other ailments that kept her from being at full speed. McCarter, who grew up playing soccer and basketball among other team sports, asked herself many times, "Why bother?"
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June 6, 2007
Performer of Year Liz McCarter Mount Hebron The Syracuse-bound senior capped off a stellar high school career with another outstanding season. She swept the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 in the county and regional meets. Unbeatable for much of the season, McCarter concluded the year by winning the 800 and 3,200 in Class 3A at the state meet. She also took second in the 1,600. Coach of the Year Raymona Reid Hammond Reid led the Golden Bears to a surprisingly successful season. A young team, Hammond came a long way in a short time.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special To The Sun | May 26, 2007
Mount Hebron's Liz McCarter and Katie Hursey of North Carroll waged another battle in a state championship race yesterday. The teammates-to-be at Syracuse met in the Class 3A 3,200-meter final, and McCarter pulled away for an impressive victory at Morgan State. McCarter had beaten Hursey in a mild upset in the Class 3A state championship cross country race last fall, using a kick that the North Carroll senior couldn't answer. Hursey then topped McCarter in this past winter's Class 3A-2A 1,600 state title run. The two were close throughout the first half of yesterday's race before McCarter made her move on the fifth of the eight laps.
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March 22, 2006
GIRLS INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD PERFORMER OF THE YEAR Liz McCarter Mount Hebron If there were a Comeback Performer of the Year award, McCarter would've gotten that one, too. Two years removed from running off-course at the Howard County championships in cross country, and after overcoming a rash of injuries that included a stress fracture in her back and shin splints, McCarter swept the 800 at the Class 3A-2A state (2 minutes, 21.31 seconds), West regional (2:21.0) and Howard County (2:22.
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March 21, 2007
Performer of the Year Liz McCarter Mount Hebron She didn't miss a beat after winning the Class 3A state championship in cross country last fall and helped the Vikings to a strong winter season. The Syracuse-bound senior won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 in the Howard County championships, paving the way for Mount Hebron's team title. She followed that by taking the 800 and 1,600 at the Class 3A-2A West regional meet, as the Vikings took third there. In the state meet, McCarter won the 800, but Katie Hursey from North Carroll used a late kick to beat her in the 1,600.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Staff Writer | November 5, 1992
A deliveryman for a South Baltimore doughnut company was dragged to his death Tuesday night after a hijacker stole his truck outside a restaurant on East Patapsco Avenue.The hijacker escaped when the van went out of control several blocks away in the 3900 block of Fairhaven St. in Curtis Bay and struck two parked cars.Pronounced dead was Alonzo Coats, 64, of the 3300 block of E. Monument St. Mr. Coats was dragged more than 200 feet while stuck under the vehicle.Sgt. O. B. McCarter of the Southern District said Mr. Coats, a deliveryman for Fogler's Donuts in the 800 block of E. Patapsco Ave., was delivering doughnuts to the Central Restaurant in the 900 block of E. Patapsco Ave. around 11:50 p.m. when an unidentified man entered the van while it was parked out front.
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February 13, 2008
2 Indoor track state title winners from the county last year. Atholton's Graham Bazell won the 3,200-meter race in Class 3A-2A and Mount Hebron's Liz McCarter won the 800 in Class 3A-2A. This year's meet is Monday and Tuesday at the PG County Sport & Learning Complex. 80 Combined wins for the Atholton wrestling team's upper-weight trio of Malcolm Stennett (29-0 at 189 pounds); Mike Masarelli (24-1 at 215) and Brian Nance (27-1 at 285). In addition, Kevin Beckm a 103-pound freshman, is 28-1 on the season.
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May 30, 2007
Boys Brett Harman Westminster, baseball The senior right-handed pitcher defeated Huntingtown of Calvert County and Centennial in last week's Class 3A state semifinals and final, respectively. In the two games combined, Harman struck out 18, walked one and allowed 11 hits to raise his season record to 10-1. He had 113 strikeouts and 16 walks in 76 innings, with an 0.56 ERA. In the 2-0 win over Huntingtown on May 22, Harman struck out 10, walked one and allowed five hits. In Saturday's 4-1 victory over Centennial for the Owls' first state baseball title, Harman struck out eight, walked none and allowed six hits.
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May 30, 2007
Boys Brett Harman Westminster, baseball The senior right-handed pitcher defeated Huntingtown of Calvert County and Centennial in last week's Class 3A state semifinals and final, respectively. In the two games combined, Harman struck out 18, walked one and allowed 11 hits to raise his season record to 10-1. He had 113 strikeouts and 16 walks in 76 innings, with an 0.56 ERA. In the 2-0 win over Huntingtown on May 22, Harman struck out 10, walked one and allowed five hits. In Saturday's 4-1 victory over Centennial for the Owls' first state baseball title, Harman struck out eight, walked none and allowed six hits.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special To The Sun | May 26, 2007
Mount Hebron's Liz McCarter and Katie Hursey of North Carroll waged another battle in a state championship race yesterday. The teammates-to-be at Syracuse met in the Class 3A 3,200-meter final, and McCarter pulled away for an impressive victory at Morgan State. McCarter had beaten Hursey in a mild upset in the Class 3A state championship cross country race last fall, using a kick that the North Carroll senior couldn't answer. Hursey then topped McCarter in this past winter's Class 3A-2A 1,600 state title run. The two were close throughout the first half of yesterday's race before McCarter made her move on the fifth of the eight laps.
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March 21, 2007
GIRLS -- FIRST TEAM Erin Brooks Seton Keough The junior led the Gators to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championship. She contributed 36 points as Seton Keough won its first team title. Brooks won the 55-meter dash and the triple jump and took second in the long jump and the 300. She also was a first-team All-Metro pick last year in outdoor track. Jameice DeCoster McDonogh The sophomore is quickly becoming one of the area's top track and field athletes, and her versatility has given an already-strong McDonogh team even more weapons.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special To The Sun | January 27, 2007
LANDOVER -- The Mount Hebron girls used a lot of Liz McCarter while the Howard boys relied on balance to win indoor track team titles last night at the Howard County championships. McCarter won three races and ran on a victorious relay as the No. 5 Vikings easily won the county title at the Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex. Eighth-ranked Howard got points from several places for its first indoor title in at least 21 years. Howard led much of the night, but Atholton pulled into a tie with one event left - the 1,600 relay.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to the Sun | November 12, 2006
Liz McCarter and Katie Hursey will have plenty of time to talk about what happened in yesterday's Class 3A state championship race at Hereford. Hursey had lost just one race in her two-year career with North Carroll and beat McCarter three times this year before the Mount Hebron senior turned things around yesterday. McCarter made a gutsy mid-race move to take the lead and survived trouble in the final 10 yards to beat the defending champion. McCarter stumbled and fell about 10 yards from the finish and literally crawled and rolled over the line to win in 19 minutes, 49.11 seconds.
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March 22, 2006
GIRLS INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD PERFORMER OF THE YEAR Liz McCarter Mount Hebron If there were a Comeback Performer of the Year award, McCarter would've gotten that one, too. Two years removed from running off-course at the Howard County championships in cross country, and after overcoming a rash of injuries that included a stress fracture in her back and shin splints, McCarter swept the 800 at the Class 3A-2A state (2 minutes, 21.31 seconds), West regional (2:21.0) and Howard County (2:22.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Staff Writer | November 4, 1992
BALTIMORE -- A deliveryman for a south Baltimore doughnut company was dragged to his death last night after a hijacker stole his truck outside a restaurant on East Patapsco Avenue.The hijacker escaped when the van went out of control several blocks away in the 3900 block of Fairhaven St. in Curtis Bay and struck two parked cars.Pronounced dead was Alonzo Coats, 64, of the 3300 block of E. Monument St. Mr. Coats was dragged more than 200 feet while stuck under the vehicle.Sgt. O.B. McCarter of the Southern District said Mr. Coats, a deliveryman for Fogler's Donuts in the 800 block of E. Patapsco Ave., was delivering doughnuts to the Central restaurant in the 900 block of E. Patapsco Ave. around 11:50 p.m. yesterday when an unidentified man entered the van while it was parked out front.
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By GLENN GRAHAM and GLENN GRAHAM,SUN REPORTER | February 22, 2006
It would have been understandable if Mount Hebron junior Liz McCarter had just said "enough is enough" when it came to running. After a surprisingly successful freshman season in cross country, the first time she ever ran competitively, McCarter has endured one injury after another. First, it was a stress fracture in her back that same year during indoor track. Then there were shin splints, a broken wrist and other ailments that kept her from being at full speed. McCarter, who grew up playing soccer and basketball among other team sports, asked herself many times, "Why bother?"
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