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By BILL FREE | September 24, 2006
Senior field hockey attackman Meagan Linkous is called a "spitfire" by North Harford coach Lori Mitchell because of the three-year starter's physical style of play. Linkous is a tri-captain this season and was the leading scorer on the team last year. She is also a high-scoring midfielder on the school's lacrosse team. Do you ever dream about winning the county championship? Yes, I do. I really want to win the county or the regionals. I think we just need to come together as a team and everyone needs to want it really bad. We have the potential.
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By Richard Gorelick, Chris Waldmann and Melissa Wilson | March 3, 2014
Well, so long Team Kentucky. It just wasn't meant to be, we reckon.  The stitched-together team of Mark and Mallory had a lot going against them anyway - they lacked in strength and stamina - but they just plain never adjusted to each other's mindset.  Their differing views on what to do about Mark's knapsack - she wanted to retrieve after they'd made it to the Pit Stop; he wanted his bag back now - was painful to see. Watching the show with...
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | April 29, 1992
South River trailed Bay Division rival Southern, 6-5, early in the second half of yesterday's girls lacrosse clash when the Seahawks' diminutive firecracker, freshman Meagan Riley, began popping off.Andbefore the visiting Bulldogs knew what hit them, they were behind, 12-6, and skidding into their third straight loss, 14-9.The blond-haired, 5-footer led a seven-minute, eight-goal explosion -- scoring five of them -- despite having scored only eight goals in the 5-3 Seahawks' previous games.
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By MARY JOHNSON and MARY JOHNSON,Special to The Sun | March 26, 2008
The family focus of Children's Theatre of Annapolis takes on new meaning this weekend with three siblings cast in leading roles of the musical Annie Jr. Nine-year-old Meagan Bannigan will make her debut as the spunky orphan and gets the bonus of rehearsing with her 13-year-old sister Allie, who will co-star as the nasty Miss Hannigan, while her 12-year-old brother Michael will play Miss Hannigan's scheming lazy brother, Rooster. "It's all Annie all the time in our home for now," said their mother, Anne Bannigan.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2003
Meagan Holmes has often imagined what it would be like to play in a World Cup soccer match. "That's what I want to do," said the Dulaney junior. "It's always been my goal to be on the women's national team and to play in the Olympics, too, when I get older." Last month, Holmes took a big step toward that dream. In Carson, Calif., to train with the under-17 national team, Holmes was summoned to the under-19 team for a match against the Russian national team in town for the World Cup. Playing three-quarters of the game, Holmes helped the United States to a 1-0 victory in her first experience against an elite national team.
FEATURES
By Linell Smith and Linell Smith,Staff Writer | October 30, 1992
Tomorrow night Meagan Michael will pin up her hair, slip into her ball gown with the handmade rosettes and cast a spell over the residents of the Uppercrest development in Harford County. With Halloween less than 24 hours away, Meagan is itching to become the best Belle of Bel Air.The Belle fantasy figure from the movie "Beauty and The Beast" has inspired some of the season's best-selling costumes for young girls, say local costume sellers. Disney reports that the Belle outfit, which retails at its stores for $58, is its top-selling costume.
NEWS
August 2, 2000
Two weeks ago we asked you to name Amelia Bloomer's newspaper. The response has been overwhelming. More intrepid reporters told us she used THE LILY to express her unconventional viewpoints. Thanks to: Chelsea Merryman (Whiteford), Kalin Grace Palmer (Towson) and Meagan Forney (Baltimore). We also appreciate the efforts of the students in Mrs. Lloyd's class at the Superkids Camp 2000 at the Living Classroom.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 2, 1999
For ninth-ranked Liberty, it's not just the return of six All-County players that has expectations for this season at an all-time high.As they showed in last night's rain-soaked 22-4 victory over visiting Westminster, the Lions also feature a group of freshmen who can put fear into any goalie.Led by midfielder Meagan Voight's game-high five goals, Liberty's four rookies accounted for nine goals and three assists.Pub Date: 4/02/99
NEWS
June 12, 2004
On June 10, 2004, ARLENE FRANCES; devoted mother of Paula Wetzel, Robert Wetzel, Jr., Nicole Riffey and Aline Wetzel; loving daughter of Rosetta Dawson and the late James Dawson; dear sister of Peggy Diven and Dwight Dawson, Sr.; cherished grandmother of Tiffany Brown, James and Brittany Wills, Sean Bruening, Meagan Hively and Morgan Riffey. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road, on Saturday 7 to 9 P.M. and Sunday 3 to 5 P.M., where funeral services will be held on Sunday at 4 P.M.
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By MARY JOHNSON and MARY JOHNSON,Special to The Sun | March 26, 2008
The family focus of Children's Theatre of Annapolis takes on new meaning this weekend with three siblings cast in leading roles of the musical Annie Jr. Nine-year-old Meagan Bannigan will make her debut as the spunky orphan and gets the bonus of rehearsing with her 13-year-old sister Allie, who will co-star as the nasty Miss Hannigan, while her 12-year-old brother Michael will play Miss Hannigan's scheming lazy brother, Rooster. "It's all Annie all the time in our home for now," said their mother, Anne Bannigan.
NEWS
By BILL FREE | September 24, 2006
Senior field hockey attackman Meagan Linkous is called a "spitfire" by North Harford coach Lori Mitchell because of the three-year starter's physical style of play. Linkous is a tri-captain this season and was the leading scorer on the team last year. She is also a high-scoring midfielder on the school's lacrosse team. Do you ever dream about winning the county championship? Yes, I do. I really want to win the county or the regionals. I think we just need to come together as a team and everyone needs to want it really bad. We have the potential.
NEWS
By NICK SHIELDS and NICK SHIELDS,SUN REPORTER | December 12, 2005
Linda Maglio's eyes didn't blink. Her 16-year-old daughter and promising gymnast, Tara, was about to begin her floor exercise and missing a single flip was unacceptable. "I can't breathe," she nervously admitted, as her right leg and hand shook. More than 1,300 girls from several states came to the Baltimore Convention Center this weekend to compete in the 18th annual Christmas on the Chesapeake gymnastics meet. The competition that ended yesterday was sponsored in part by Docksiders Gymnastics in Millersville.
NEWS
June 12, 2004
On June 10, 2004, ARLENE FRANCES; devoted mother of Paula Wetzel, Robert Wetzel, Jr., Nicole Riffey and Aline Wetzel; loving daughter of Rosetta Dawson and the late James Dawson; dear sister of Peggy Diven and Dwight Dawson, Sr.; cherished grandmother of Tiffany Brown, James and Brittany Wills, Sean Bruening, Meagan Hively and Morgan Riffey. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road, on Saturday 7 to 9 P.M. and Sunday 3 to 5 P.M., where funeral services will be held on Sunday at 4 P.M.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2003
Meagan Holmes has often imagined what it would be like to play in a World Cup soccer match. "That's what I want to do," said the Dulaney junior. "It's always been my goal to be on the women's national team and to play in the Olympics, too, when I get older." Last month, Holmes took a big step toward that dream. In Carson, Calif., to train with the under-17 national team, Holmes was summoned to the under-19 team for a match against the Russian national team in town for the World Cup. Playing three-quarters of the game, Holmes helped the United States to a 1-0 victory in her first experience against an elite national team.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SUN STAFF | May 1, 2003
Sally Ride at UMBC The first American woman in space, Dr. Sally Ride, is the featured speaker at Computer Mania Day on Saturday at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Ride will start off the day's events, which will focus on getting technology into girls' lives. There will be two groups, one for sixth- and seventh-grade girls and another for their parents, teachers and other adults interested in technology's role in a girl's life. During interactive demonstration sessions, the students will cover topics such as the role of technology on Wall Street and the role of fingerprint technology.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 29, 2001
Frustration threatened to swallow Liberty midfielder Meagan Voight after her third straight potentially game-winning shot went awry during the fourth overtime yesterday against Dulaney. To her credit, she shrugged off the misses in the second of two three-minute sudden-death overtimes, and her fourth shot found the net, ending the marathon game with a 10-9 Liberty victory. "All I knew is that it had to go in soon," Voight said. "I was very frustrated." Voight scored four goals and assisted on another to spark the offense, and goalkeeper Kelly Roy, playing her second varsity game, made 20 saves to key the defense of No. 8-ranked Liberty.
NEWS
By NICK SHIELDS and NICK SHIELDS,SUN REPORTER | December 12, 2005
Linda Maglio's eyes didn't blink. Her 16-year-old daughter and promising gymnast, Tara, was about to begin her floor exercise and missing a single flip was unacceptable. "I can't breathe," she nervously admitted, as her right leg and hand shook. More than 1,300 girls from several states came to the Baltimore Convention Center this weekend to compete in the 18th annual Christmas on the Chesapeake gymnastics meet. The competition that ended yesterday was sponsored in part by Docksiders Gymnastics in Millersville.
NEWS
By Ed McDonough and Ed McDonough,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 9, 1998
MEAGAN TRACEY'S softball ability has earned her the chance to participate in an international softball tour in Hawaii later this summer.But first the senior-to-be at Francis Scott Key High School must earn money to help pay for the trip.Meagan, a catcher, has been selected to play for a regional team that will take on other regional teams from the continental United States, from Hawaii and from around the world in mid-August.The event is organized by Sports Challenge International, one of several groups that set up competitions in various sports.
NEWS
August 2, 2000
Two weeks ago we asked you to name Amelia Bloomer's newspaper. The response has been overwhelming. More intrepid reporters told us she used THE LILY to express her unconventional viewpoints. Thanks to: Chelsea Merryman (Whiteford), Kalin Grace Palmer (Towson) and Meagan Forney (Baltimore). We also appreciate the efforts of the students in Mrs. Lloyd's class at the Superkids Camp 2000 at the Living Classroom.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 2, 1999
For ninth-ranked Liberty, it's not just the return of six All-County players that has expectations for this season at an all-time high.As they showed in last night's rain-soaked 22-4 victory over visiting Westminster, the Lions also feature a group of freshmen who can put fear into any goalie.Led by midfielder Meagan Voight's game-high five goals, Liberty's four rookies accounted for nine goals and three assists.Pub Date: 4/02/99
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