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January 13, 1992
nty High's John Torres studies the chessboard afterSean Rolinson captured one of his pieces during a practice match at the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Tournament at the county library branch in Brooklyn Park. For more pictures, see Page 7.
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September 20, 2006
Memorial tournament -- Columbia Association's Teen Advisory Committee will sponsor a basketball tournament in memory of Dessalines Jacques, who died in a traffic accident, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 21 at Supreme Sports Club, 7080 Deepage Drive, Columbia. The tournament, a 3-on-3 round robin, is open to teens of both sexes, ages 13-19. Proceeds will be donated to Mothers Against Drunk Driving. The cost is $20 a team and includes a T-shirt and free sodas. Registration is due by Oct. 15. Carol Wasser, 410-715-5523.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2012
Phil Mickelson pulled out of the Memorial Tournamenton Thursday after shooting a first-round 79. He didn't make any excuses. He didn't say that his well-documented psoriatic arthritisflared up or that he had tweaked the wrist that has given him problems over the years. He blamed it on being tired from the European vacation that he and his wife Amy had taken last week and that he had not come prepared to play in the tournament hosted by the legendary Jack Nicklaus. Mickelson said he needed to spend more time on the range with his swing coach, Butch Harmon, before theU.S.
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Sports on TV | June 3, 2012
TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS NASCAR Sprint Cup: FedEx 400 45, 512:30 IndyCar Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle GP 2, 73:30 MLB Yankees@Detroit TBS1 Atlanta@Washington MASN, 501:30 Orioles@Tampa Bay MASN21:30 Cubs@San Francisco WGN-A4 Orioles@Tampa Bay (T) MASN5 St. Louis@Mets ESPN28 Atlanta@Washington (T)
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May 27, 2010
It's official now. Tiger Woods ' balky neck has healed enough for him to return to competition at next week's Memorial Tournament. Woods confirmed Wednesday that he will defend his title at the Jack Nicklaus signature event — an appearance he rarely misses but left in limbo when an inflamed neck joint forced him to cut short his final round at The Players Championship. "The doctors advised me to take a week off and rest, which I did," Woods said on his Web site.
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By Rich Scherr | October 14, 1993
Soccer* Under-15 1/2 girls -- The Columbia Cougars won four games before losing in the semifinals of last weekend's 1993 Washington Area Girls Soccer League Rael Vodicka Memorial Tournament in Fort Belvoir, Va.In that game, a 2-1 loss to the Medford Strikers, the Cougars rallied from a 2-0 deficit with a goal by Paige Young off Angie Jefferson's cross, and continued to pressure their opponent's goal until time expired.Up to that point in the tournament, however, it was all Cougars.The team began with a 2-1 victory over the Reston Wildfires.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 14, 1997
While saying that he hoped to meet with Fuzzy Zoeller to discuss the racially insensitive remarks his fellow professional golfer made at last month's Masters, Tiger Woods continued yesterday to defuse the incident and the lingering controversy that has followed them.Making his first appearance on the PGA Tour since his record-setting, history-making victory at Augusta National a little more than a month ago, Woods said at a news conference for the Byron Nelson Classic, "It was a tough deal for everyone, but it's time to move on."
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By Judy Reilly and Judy Reilly,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 25, 1996
IT HAD THE THRILL of the Olympics, the competitive edge of a major league game and the happy ending of a Disney movie.One night this week, in Tasker's Chance Fields in nearby Frederick, the New Windsor Minor League All-Star team won the championship game of the Dean Taylor Memorial Tournament -- in a one-run game.It was the first time in recent New Windsor baseball history that a team had won a championship.The boys were composed on the bench as their teammates stepped up to the plate during the last inning.
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Courtesy of Inside Lacrosse magazine | February 23, 2012
•The times have been set for NCAA championship weekend at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. May 26: Division I semifinals, 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m.; May 27: Division II championship, noon; Division III championship, 3 p.m.; May 28: Division I championship, 1 p.m. The move bucks a recent trend of 3:30 p.m. start times for the Memorial Day game, which tournament organizers expressed as a cause for a recent downturn in attendance. •Georgetown junior Chris Nourse is questionable to play against Maryland on Friday with a hand injury, a school official said.
NEWS
May 27, 2010
It's official now. Tiger Woods ' balky neck has healed enough for him to return to competition at next week's Memorial Tournament. Woods confirmed Wednesday that he will defend his title at the Jack Nicklaus signature event — an appearance he rarely misses but left in limbo when an inflamed neck joint forced him to cut short his final round at The Players Championship. "The doctors advised me to take a week off and rest, which I did," Woods said on his Web site.
NEWS
September 20, 2006
Memorial tournament -- Columbia Association's Teen Advisory Committee will sponsor a basketball tournament in memory of Dessalines Jacques, who died in a traffic accident, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 21 at Supreme Sports Club, 7080 Deepage Drive, Columbia. The tournament, a 3-on-3 round robin, is open to teens of both sexes, ages 13-19. Proceeds will be donated to Mothers Against Drunk Driving. The cost is $20 a team and includes a T-shirt and free sodas. Registration is due by Oct. 15. Carol Wasser, 410-715-5523.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 14, 1997
While saying that he hoped to meet with Fuzzy Zoeller to discuss the racially insensitive remarks his fellow professional golfer made at last month's Masters, Tiger Woods continued yesterday to defuse the incident and the lingering controversy that has followed them.Making his first appearance on the PGA Tour since his record-setting, history-making victory at Augusta National a little more than a month ago, Woods said at a news conference for the Byron Nelson Classic, "It was a tough deal for everyone, but it's time to move on."
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | May 13, 1997
The question is being asked in tournament offices of PGA Tour events all over the country. Fans call in, trying to see if tickets are available. Reporters call up, trying to see if the event is worth covering. The only people not calling are the other players, and perhaps they are afraid to ask."Everyone wants to know, 'Is Tiger coming?' " said Jim Wisler, tournament director for the Memorial Tournament, scheduled later this month at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. "I've probably been asked that more in the last month than any other question in my life -- ever."
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