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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 17, 1999
Teams from Severna Park, River Hill, Calvert Hall and Spalding and standout runners Lee McDuff, Kate Frande and Tenke Zoltani had big days at the huge Georgetown Prep Cross Country Classic yesterday in front of 3,000 fans.McDuff (19 minutes, 12 seconds) of River Hill and Frande (19: 33) of Mount Hebron ran 1-2 in the girls' large school race that was otherwise dominated by Severna Park. Led by Liz Funk's fifth-place, the Falcons placed their first five runners in the top 25 among 196 finishers.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | February 19, 2003
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - The first player walked up the dugout steps at 9:37 a.m. yesterday, leading a slow, quiet procession to the back fields at the Orioles' spring training complex. The team moved in single file, and in complete silence. The initial burst of energy that used to accompany each workout, legs pumping and words flying, was gone. Who knows when it will come back? The Orioles decided not to wait. They were dressed at 8:45 a.m., as instructed by manager Mike Hargrove, but at least 15 minutes passed before they knew whether they would take the field.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 19, 1998
River Hill's boys upset defending champion South Carroll by five points, and River Hill's sophomore sensation Lee McDuff continued her undefeated season at the Howard County Invitational yesterday.River Hill's Mike Prada (16: 26) finished second and Mike Styczynski (16: 33) was third to lead the Hawks past the defending Class 3A state champion Cavaliers at Howard Community College, 55-60.Walter Johnson's David Glynn, defending Class 3A state individual champion, won the 3.1-mile boys race in 16: 09.River Hill coach Earl Lauer thought his team lost until the official results were released.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | September 6, 2001
The way River Hill sees it, the early part of the 2001 girls soccer season is going to look a lot like a jigsaw puzzle. Until the Hawks determine where the pieces fit, it's going to be tough to see the big picture. But from John Carroll's perspective, the Hawks look pretty complete already. That's because the third-ranked Hawks dominated the No. 5 Patriots at River Hill yesterday, getting two goals from junior midfielder Jamie Goertler in a 4-0 win. The victory was River Hill's 27th straight, dating from 1999, and may surprise those who thought the Hawks would slip this year after the graduation of Metro Player of the Year Shannon Jackson, who helped them go 18-0 last season.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | November 15, 1998
River Hill coach Earl Lauer should've been ecstatic after watching his boys cross country team win the state Class 2A championship yesterday with a record-low 28 points.Instead, his expression was one of concern as he watched an ambulance pull away from Hereford High School with his star runner on the girls squad, Lee McDuff, who passed out halfway through the three-mile course."Mixed emotions," Lauer said of his thoughts on the strange day. "I've seen a lot of things happen, but this. "McDuff, a sophomore sensation who had been unbeaten this season, reportedly passed out a little bit more than a mile from the finish line.
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By Andrea Leand and Andrea Leand,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 14, 1999
Defending champion Colleen Lawson left her rival, Lee McDuff, in the dust and gasping for water after surging the last 200 yards to capture her second Class 3A title, one of the few dramatic finishes at the Maryland State Cross Country meets at Hereford High School.For the fourth time, Westminster won the 4A boys title, and River Hill edged South Carroll by 12 points for the boys 3A title.Gaithersburg's Marcus Hershberger was the day's biggest surprise after he swept by Westminster's pack of stars to swipe the boys 4A title.
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By Andrea Leand and Andrea Leand,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 14, 1999
In record-setting time, Michael Styczynski paced himself perfectly to capture the boys' 3A state meet in 16 minutes, 22.47 seconds and spearhead River Hill's convincing (54 point) triumph over South Carroll (76 points) for the team title.Teammates Shane Stroup (16: 34), Steve Chu (16: 58) and Michael Fleg (17: 24) supplied ample support behind Styczynski with top-ten times."We came in here knowing we had to win," Styczynski said. "Our team prayed on the line before the race and then got off to a controlled start to save something for those killer hills at the end."
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By Stan Rappaport and Kevin Van Valkenburg and Stan Rappaport and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | March 6, 2001
River Hill's Lee McDuff, the county's premier girls distance runner who has earned 10 state titles in cross country and indoor and outdoor track, will attend the University of Virginia in the fall. William & Mary recruited McDuff more heavily than Virginia and offered the 17-year-old a scholarship, but she went with her heart. "I liked everything about Virginia a lot more, and my parents told me to go where I would be the happiest," said McDuff, who has a 3.92 grade-point average. "I just liked the idea of a big ACC school.
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August 20, 1999
FiresSykesville: Firefighters responded at 5: 19 p.m. Wednesday to wires on fire in the 1800 block of McDuff Court.
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July 2, 1999
FireSykesville: Firefighters from Sykesville, Gamber and Liberty Road in Baltimore County responded at 5: 37 p.m. Wednesday to a house fire in the 1800 block of McDuff Court. Units were out 20 minutes.Pub Date: 7/02/99
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April 11, 2001
Joe Sargent Mount St. Joseph, baseball The senior shortstop had a powerful week at the plate, hitting three home runs in three games, all wins, as the Gaels defeated No. 6 Curley, Spalding and McDonogh to hold on to the No. 2 ranking in the area. Sargent hit two home runs as the Gaels defeated Curley, 4-0, had a double in a 17-2 win over Spalding, and hit another home run in a 6-4 victory against McDonogh. Sargent, who hit nine home runs last season while earning All-Metro honors, will attend the University of Maryland next fall on a baseball scholarship.
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By Stan Rappaport and Kevin Van Valkenburg and Stan Rappaport and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | March 6, 2001
River Hill's Lee McDuff, the county's premier girls distance runner who has earned 10 state titles in cross country and indoor and outdoor track, will attend the University of Virginia in the fall. William & Mary recruited McDuff more heavily than Virginia and offered the 17-year-old a scholarship, but she went with her heart. "I liked everything about Virginia a lot more, and my parents told me to go where I would be the happiest," said McDuff, who has a 3.92 grade-point average. "I just liked the idea of a big ACC school.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2000
River Hill sophomore midfielder Jamie Goertler waited until there was 2:43 left in the season before she scored her first goal. For the top-ranked Hawks, it was worth the wait. Goertler's goal in the second overtime last night at UMBC Stadium earned River Hill a 1-0 victory over fourth-ranked Bel Air and gave the unbeaten Hawks their second straight Class 3A state championship. River Hill (18-0), winner of 26 straight and 36 of its last 37, has won three state titles in the past four years.
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By Jake Schaller and Jake Schaller,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 22, 2000
Archbishop Spalding senior Dusty Lieb ran a different style of race yesterday in the Georgetown Prep Cross Country Classic in North Bethesda, but the result was the same -- another good showing. While Lieb usually establishes a strong pace early and attempts to hang on, yesterday he used a powerful final push to complete the 5,000-meter course in 15 minutes, 59.62 seconds -- good for third place in the seeded boys race. "In the other races, I hung in toward the end," Lieb said. "This one, I got dropped [by the leaders]
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By Andrea Leand and Andrea Leand,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 14, 1999
Defending champion Colleen Lawson left her rival, Lee McDuff, in the dust and gasping for water after surging the last 200 yards to capture her second Class 3A title, one of the few dramatic finishes at the Maryland State Cross Country meets at Hereford High School.For the fourth time, Westminster won the 4A boys title, and River Hill edged South Carroll by 12 points for the boys 3A title.Gaithersburg's Marcus Hershberger was the day's biggest surprise after he swept by Westminster's pack of stars to swipe the boys 4A title.
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By Andrea Leand and Andrea Leand,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 14, 1999
In record-setting time, Michael Styczynski paced himself perfectly to capture the boys' 3A state meet in 16 minutes, 22.47 seconds and spearhead River Hill's convincing (54 point) triumph over South Carroll (76 points) for the team title.Teammates Shane Stroup (16: 34), Steve Chu (16: 58) and Michael Fleg (17: 24) supplied ample support behind Styczynski with top-ten times."We came in here knowing we had to win," Styczynski said. "Our team prayed on the line before the race and then got off to a controlled start to save something for those killer hills at the end."
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By Jake Schaller and Jake Schaller,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 22, 2000
Archbishop Spalding senior Dusty Lieb ran a different style of race yesterday in the Georgetown Prep Cross Country Classic in North Bethesda, but the result was the same -- another good showing. While Lieb usually establishes a strong pace early and attempts to hang on, yesterday he used a powerful final push to complete the 5,000-meter course in 15 minutes, 59.62 seconds -- good for third place in the seeded boys race. "In the other races, I hung in toward the end," Lieb said. "This one, I got dropped [by the leaders]
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