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March 26, 2008
On March 22, 2008, PATRICIA A. McGEENY, age 69, of Selbyville, DE, formerly of Linthicum, MD, died at her home after battling breast cancer for 28 years; beloved wife of George W. McGeeney; devoted mother of George W. McGeeney, Jr., Michael S. McGeeney, John P. McGeeney, Timothy J. McGeeney and Conni E. Baker. She was the sister of William Beresh and Robert Beresh and loving grandmother of eleven grandchildren. Friends may call Wednesday, March 26, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the Hubbard Funeral Home, 4107 Wilkens Avenue, Baltimore.
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By BILL ORDINE | May 20, 2008
If a Utah high school javelin thrower had a little more loft on his state tournament-winning toss, this story would not be so amusing. Luckily, the throw by Provo High's Anthony Miles caught newspaper photographer Ryan McGeeney just below the knee, causing far less damage than if it had struck him in, say, the torso. McGeeney, a former Marine, works as an intern for the Ogden Standard-Examiner. The description of the injury is a pip. The javelin pierced McGeeney's leg, and an emergency medical technician cut off most of the javelin - sort of the way they cut off the end of an arrow sticking in a guy's shoulder in an old cowboy movie - but left about a foot and a half through McGeeney's leg. As far as McGeeney's condition is concerned, the javelin didn't hit any major blood vessels, ligaments or tendons and caught all skin and a little meat (I realize that's probably not standard medical terminology)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 19, 1994
A men's lacrosse capsule in yesterday's Sun incorrectly reported the best start in Loyola College history. The 1989 team went 10-0 in the regular season.The Sun regrets the errors.Tim McGeeney is walking into a goalie's nightmare.He can't wait.McGeeney is the last line of defense for Loyola, which is in Syracuse, N.Y., tonight for its stiffest challenge since it was first voted No. 1 in men's college lacrosse on April 11.Since losing to Loyola at Curley Field in March 1993, Syracuse has won an NCAA title and gone 19-1, the only setback coming at Johns Hopkins a month ago. The third-ranked Orangemen are nearly unbeatable at the Carrier Dome, where the crescendo of the crowd accompanies their relentless transition game, a combination that buries all but a few visitors.
NEWS
March 26, 2008
On March 22, 2008, PATRICIA A. McGEENY, age 69, of Selbyville, DE, formerly of Linthicum, MD, died at her home after battling breast cancer for 28 years; beloved wife of George W. McGeeney; devoted mother of George W. McGeeney, Jr., Michael S. McGeeney, John P. McGeeney, Timothy J. McGeeney and Conni E. Baker. She was the sister of William Beresh and Robert Beresh and loving grandmother of eleven grandchildren. Friends may call Wednesday, March 26, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the Hubbard Funeral Home, 4107 Wilkens Avenue, Baltimore.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | March 12, 1995
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- As the Loyola players mobbed each other in celebration, Greyhounds coach Dave Cottle quietly winked at Tim McGeeney, his goalie. Then he kissed McGeeney's mother."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | April 24, 1991
Midway through the fourth quarter of North County's 6-3 boys lacrosse victory over Broadneck yesterday, the Bruins' frustration was evident on their sideline.Players were slamming their sticks against their helmets or pounding them on the ground because North County keeper Tim McGeeney (15 saves) thwarted Broadneck at every turn.Six of his 11 second-half stops came in the fourth period as the Bruins fired 10 shots on goal but failed to tally on two man-up advantages -- twice hitting the pipe.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | April 6, 1992
"Who is this guy?" a Towson State men's lacrosse fan asked after watching visiting Loyola goalkeeper Tim McGeeney emerge from a cloud of dust cradling one his 20 saves of the night."Where did they get this guy?" he later pondered as McGeeney snagged a shot over his left shoulder, cradled it, and delivered an outlet pass, in stride, to sophomore Derek Radebaugh sprinting down the sideline. "Is this guy for real?"Yes.In eight games this season -- six wins and two losses -- the freshman keeper out of North County High has been superb, allowing just over eight goals a game and boasting an impressive .659 save percentage.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | May 20, 1991
CATONSVILLE -- North County's Tim McGeeney has been showered with praise -- and deservingly so -- as the state's best high school lacrosse goalie.Dulaney's best scorer, Damon Scordo, was wary of McGeeney's reputation coming into Saturday's Class 4A/3A championship game.In fact, Scordo (47 goals, 25 assists) and the Lions decided to shower him even more -- with shots on goal -- in a 13-4 victory at UMBC stadium."We knew all about (McGeeney) and we knew we'd have to step it up big in this game," said Scordo, a senior headed for Essex Community College who had six goals and an assist in the game.
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April 12, 1991
Too often in this era of high school players who become media stars by way of increased prep coverage, we forget why these stars are whatthey are.The focus is on the player, his accomplishments, his coach and his team, and deservedly so. But I think we occasionally needto spotlight the parents.In most cases involving an outstanding player headed for college,you will find that the parents played a very important role.North County's premier goalie, Tim McGeeney -- who signed a letter of intent to attend Loyola College of Baltimore on a lacrosse scholarship yesterday -- is a shining example.
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By BILL ORDINE | May 20, 2008
If a Utah high school javelin thrower had a little more loft on his state tournament-winning toss, this story would not be so amusing. Luckily, the throw by Provo High's Anthony Miles caught newspaper photographer Ryan McGeeney just below the knee, causing far less damage than if it had struck him in, say, the torso. McGeeney, a former Marine, works as an intern for the Ogden Standard-Examiner. The description of the injury is a pip. The javelin pierced McGeeney's leg, and an emergency medical technician cut off most of the javelin - sort of the way they cut off the end of an arrow sticking in a guy's shoulder in an old cowboy movie - but left about a foot and a half through McGeeney's leg. As far as McGeeney's condition is concerned, the javelin didn't hit any major blood vessels, ligaments or tendons and caught all skin and a little meat (I realize that's probably not standard medical terminology)
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Sun Staff Writer | May 28, 1995
The Court of Special Appeals has ordered a new trial for an Annapolis shipwright who won a $116,783 jury award last year in a civil rights suit he filed after being bitten by a police dog.The court ruled Friday in the suit of Robert E. Joyce, 50, of 9 Marcs Court against the Annapolis City Police Department and two of its officers, Joseph E. McGeeney and John Miller.An Anne Arundel Circuit Court awarded Mr. Joyce $100,000 for pain and suffering and $16,783 for medical expenses April 20, 1994, after a four-day trial before Judge Bruce C. Williams.
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By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,Sun Staff Writer | April 15, 1995
Spurred by Zach Thornton, sixth-ranked Loyola scored early and often as it rolled to a 21-5 victory at UMBC last night.Thornton, a 6-foot-2, 210-pound senior midfielder, scored three of the game's first four goals, firing bullets from in close. UMBC goalie Chris Brown had almost no chance against any of them.The Greyhounds (8-1) next play at home Tuesday against No. 4 Syracuse. The next game for UMBC (4-6) is at home against Towson State next Saturday.Thornton opened the night's scoring unassisted when he dodged past two defenders and fired one over Brown's right shoulder 2:49 into the game.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | March 12, 1995
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- As the Loyola players mobbed each other in celebration, Greyhounds coach Dave Cottle quietly winked at Tim McGeeney, his goalie. Then he kissed McGeeney's mother."
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By Doug Brown and Katherine Dunn and Doug Brown and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writers | May 5, 1994
No one is more qualified to analyze the Johns Hopkins-Loyola game Saturday than Towson State's Carl Runk.No. 10 Towson State lost to both teams, to No. 3 Loyola by one goal and to No. 6 Hopkins by four last Saturday. Runk said the Blue Jays "are going to get their shots" (they average 52 to Loyola's 45), so a key factor will be the play of Greyhounds goalie Tim McGeeney."The pressure is on McGeeney," Runk said. "We found Hopkins' offense more difficult to defend against than Loyola's. McGeeney is the answer in that game."
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Sun Staff Writer | April 21, 1994
An Anne Arundel Circuit Court jury yesterday awarded $116,000 to a black Annapolis shipwright who was bitten by a police dog and thrown to the ground by two white city police officers as he protested a neighbor's arrest.Robert E. Joyce, 49, of 9 Marcs Court was awarded $100,000 in damages for pain and suffering and $16,783 for medical expenses after a four-day trial before Judge Bruce C. Williams.The all-white jury of four women and two men deliberated almost five hours before deciding that Officers Joseph E. McGeeney and John Miller violated Mr. Joyce's civil rights.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 19, 1994
A men's lacrosse capsule in yesterday's Sun incorrectly reported the best start in Loyola College history. The 1989 team went 10-0 in the regular season.The Sun regrets the errors.Tim McGeeney is walking into a goalie's nightmare.He can't wait.McGeeney is the last line of defense for Loyola, which is in Syracuse, N.Y., tonight for its stiffest challenge since it was first voted No. 1 in men's college lacrosse on April 11.Since losing to Loyola at Curley Field in March 1993, Syracuse has won an NCAA title and gone 19-1, the only setback coming at Johns Hopkins a month ago. The third-ranked Orangemen are nearly unbeatable at the Carrier Dome, where the crescendo of the crowd accompanies their relentless transition game, a combination that buries all but a few visitors.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Sun Staff Writer | April 21, 1994
An Anne Arundel Circuit Court jury yesterday awarded $116,000 to a black Annapolis shipwright who was bitten by a police dog and thrown to the ground by two white city police officers as he protested a neighbor's arrest.Robert E. Joyce, 49, of 9 Marcs Court was awarded $100,000 in damages for pain and suffering and $16,783 for medical expenses after a four-day trial before Judge Bruce C. Williams.The all-white jury of four women and two men deliberated almost five hours before deciding that Officers Joseph E. McGeeney and John Miller violated Mr. Joyce's civil rights.
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By From Staff Reports | March 27, 1994
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Senior attackman Sean Heffernan (Dulaney) scored two goals and had four assists as No. 3 Loyola held off No. 11 Brown, 12-9, yesterday. It is the best start for the Greyhounds (5-0) since 1992, when they won their first six games.Brown (1-3) scored the game's first two goals. But junior midfielder Del Halladay capped a three-goal spurt to put Loyola ahead for good.Brian Duffy's goal with 10 minutes remaining in the third period gave Loyola a 9-4 lead, its largest of the game.
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