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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2014
Anyone looking through the fence as the season's first football practice was about to get underway Wednesday at Dunbar's East Baltimore field saw a bunch of guys in helmets and shorts and T-shirts tossing footballs, stretching or just talking. Everything appeared the same as any other year and that's exactly what Dunbar athletic director Dana Johnson wanted as preseason practice began for the Poets and all other fall sports team at Maryland public schools. Despite being without coach Lawrence Smith, who is appealing a one-year suspension for his handling of an alleged locker-room hazing incident last fall, the Poets are moving on with business as usual under interim coach Michael Carter, the Poets' defensive coordinator for the past few years.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2014
Anyone looking through the fence as the season's first football practice was about to get underway Wednesday at Dunbar's East Baltimore field saw a bunch of guys in helmets and shorts and T-shirts tossing footballs, stretching or just talking. Everything appeared the same as any other year and that's exactly what Dunbar athletic director Dana Johnson wanted as preseason practice began for the Poets and all other fall sports team at Maryland public schools. Despite being without coach Lawrence Smith, who is appealing a one-year suspension for his handling of an alleged locker-room hazing incident last fall, the Poets are moving on with business as usual under interim coach Michael Carter, the Poets' defensive coordinator for the past few years.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2010
Take a look at the scores for Dunbar's football team over the past two months and one thing will jump out at you -- all those zeros on the opposition's side. The No. 12 Poets have shut out seven opponents this season, including six of their past seven, and they have allowed just 4.9 points per game in advancing to Saturday's 1 p.m. state Class 1A semifinal against Fort Hill at Poly. The Poets (11-1) were pretty good on defense before, but when Michael Carter, a former Bowie State assistant coach who played at Morgan State, took over as defensive coordinator last summer, he wanted to take better advantage of this team's speed and athleticism.
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April 11, 2012
Funeral services were held Wednesday for Michael Carter, a longtime Baltimore city schools advocate whose outspokeness landed him the position in the administration of CEO Andres Alonso as the director of the district's parent and community engagement office.  We wrote an obituary last week on Carter, who lost his battle with cancer last week, which included solemn, but colorful remarks and remembrances from a host of city school officials and...
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By Phil Jackman | December 9, 1992
Reading Time: Two Minutes:Forgotten is the school that featured Anisette Lavodrama on its basketball team, but just a few years later a cager has come along to fire the imagination of name aficionados everywhere: He's Scientific Mapp, point guard for Rice High School of New York City. Wait until Dick Vitale gets a chance to wrap his alliterative genius around that one.* First pro football game I ever saw, Sammy Baugh was throwing bullets to Bones Taylor and the Boston Yanks had a guy named Sonny Karnofsky who ran back punts from time to time without benefit of a helmet.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | April 6, 2012
Michael Penny Carter, a longtime public schools and community activist who had been director of family and community engagement for the Baltimore school system, died Tuesday of prostate cancer at a sister's home in West Baltimore. The Harlem Park resident was 63. "Michael's death is both a personal and professional loss. He meant a great deal to me," said Baltimore schools CEO Andrés Alonso. "He was a great man who cared so much about neighborhoods and schools, and he brought his own vision to his work.
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April 11, 2012
Funeral services were held Wednesday for Michael Carter, a longtime Baltimore city schools advocate whose outspokeness landed him the position in the administration of CEO Andres Alonso as the director of the district's parent and community engagement office.  We wrote an obituary last week on Carter, who lost his battle with cancer last week, which included solemn, but colorful remarks and remembrances from a host of city school officials and...
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By Rebecca McClay and Rebecca McClay,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2003
Michael Robert Carter Sr., executive director of the Office of Community Relations for the Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, died of multiple myeloma March 30 at Franklin Square Hospital. The Perry Hall resident was 57. He was named executive director in 1983, and oversaw a variety of programs that provide health services for minorities and women and help for minority businesses. He founded and was chairman of the Minority Human Service Providers Consortium. He was born in Baltimore and attended city public schools.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 13, 1991
SAN FRANCISCO -- It's Joe Montana time again.Nobody has ever done it better in the playoffs than the San Francisco 49ers quarterback who put on another clinic at Candlestick Park yesterday while boosting his playoff record to 14-4.Montana guided the 49ers on long touchdown drives the second, third and fourth times they had the ball, and that was enough to beat the Washington Redskins, 28-10, in a divisional playoff game.Montana, who completed 22 of 31 passes for 274 yards and two touchdowns, has played only one half in the last month, but he was razor sharp in the first half.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2013
The Benjamin G Eaton Coaches Clinic, sponsored by Clearpath Academics, will be held at Dunbar on June 22. Maryland coach Randy Edsall will present the morning keynote address and Towson coach Rob Ambrose will present the afternoon address. Among the other workshops, West Virginia wide receivers coach Lonnie Galloway will present on “Wide Receiver Fundamentals,” Maryland running backs coach Andre Powell on “Running Back Drills With a Purpose,” Dunbar defensive coordinator Michael Carter on “Eliminating Explosive Gains,” and Calvert Hall coach Donald Davis on “Rebuilding a Program.” For more information, click here .
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | April 6, 2012
Michael Penny Carter, a longtime public schools and community activist who had been director of family and community engagement for the Baltimore school system, died Tuesday of prostate cancer at a sister's home in West Baltimore. The Harlem Park resident was 63. "Michael's death is both a personal and professional loss. He meant a great deal to me," said Baltimore schools CEO Andrés Alonso. "He was a great man who cared so much about neighborhoods and schools, and he brought his own vision to his work.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2010
Take a look at the scores for Dunbar's football team over the past two months and one thing will jump out at you -- all those zeros on the opposition's side. The No. 12 Poets have shut out seven opponents this season, including six of their past seven, and they have allowed just 4.9 points per game in advancing to Saturday's 1 p.m. state Class 1A semifinal against Fort Hill at Poly. The Poets (11-1) were pretty good on defense before, but when Michael Carter, a former Bowie State assistant coach who played at Morgan State, took over as defensive coordinator last summer, he wanted to take better advantage of this team's speed and athleticism.
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By Rebecca McClay and Rebecca McClay,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2003
Michael Robert Carter Sr., executive director of the Office of Community Relations for the Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, died of multiple myeloma March 30 at Franklin Square Hospital. The Perry Hall resident was 57. He was named executive director in 1983, and oversaw a variety of programs that provide health services for minorities and women and help for minority businesses. He founded and was chairman of the Minority Human Service Providers Consortium. He was born in Baltimore and attended city public schools.
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By Phil Jackman | December 9, 1992
Reading Time: Two Minutes:Forgotten is the school that featured Anisette Lavodrama on its basketball team, but just a few years later a cager has come along to fire the imagination of name aficionados everywhere: He's Scientific Mapp, point guard for Rice High School of New York City. Wait until Dick Vitale gets a chance to wrap his alliterative genius around that one.* First pro football game I ever saw, Sammy Baugh was throwing bullets to Bones Taylor and the Boston Yanks had a guy named Sonny Karnofsky who ran back punts from time to time without benefit of a helmet.
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June 19, 2008
On June 16, 2008, MICHAEL J. CARTER. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue on Friday after 1 P.M., where funeral service will be held on Saturday at 1:30 P.M.
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