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April 6, 2008
Middletown swept the team titles, but several local boys and girls fared well at yesterday's Pikesville Track Classic. Kellie Christian and Naomy Ramos helped Catonsville finish second with 48 points, eight behind Middletown. The Comets beat out Elizabeth Seton (46) and top-ranked Seton Keough (38). Christian won the 400 in 58.08 seconds and helped the victorious 1,600 relay. Ramos ran on that relay team plus the second-place 400 relay - also with Christian - and she also took second in the 300 hurdles.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Sun | March 8, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- Owings Mills junior Avi Friedman, 32-0 at 103 pounds this season, was feeling some pressure earlier in the week about carrying his unbeaten record into yesterday's Class 2A-1A state tournament at College Park. However, once Friedman got on the mat, the pressure faded as he went into the "zone" that has carried him all season. Friedman breezed through the preliminaries and quarterfinals and will take on Brandon Gain of Harford Tech in today's semifinals. "My goal wasn't to go undfeated undefeated this year," Friedman said.
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By Laura Barnhardt | March 4, 2008
Groundbreaking on a new fire station in Parkton, near the commuter parking lot on Middletown Road, is scheduled for today. The $5.5 million station will replace the existing Parkton Station No. 60, located since the early 1980s on Stablers Church Road in a trailer and garage. That station was intended to be a temporary response to the needs of the growing area, according to fire officials. The Parkton facility, which offers 24-hour medical service, is the only career station in northern Baltimore County.
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January 16, 2008
Robert Morris Heyssel, Jr., A celebration of Bob's life will be held 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 16, 2008 at Connections Church, 100 West Green Street, Middletown, DE. Interment will be private. Arrangements by Daniels & Hutchison Funeral Home LLC, Middletown, DE. Online condolences may be sent to www.daniels-hutchison.com.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,SUN REPORTER | September 21, 2007
Unable to finish off any chances to take a lead in the first half, the River Hill girls soccer team had to rally yesterday at Centennial, getting a goal from sophomore defender Katherine Schaffer to salvage a 1-1 tie after 100 minutes of Howard County play. Schaffer was stationed at the far post to finish off a long throw by senior defender Amy Song with 9:35 remaining in regulation. The host Eagles took a 1-0 lead when senior forward Alyssa Vorce scored in the 55th minute. The visiting Hawks had the ball much of the game to create scoring chances, but the Eagles' defense, led by senior sweeper Leanne Catalano, wasn't budging.
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By RICH SCHERR | September 16, 2007
FIELD HOCKEY No. 8 North Carroll @ No. 14 Century WHEN -- Tuesday, 4 p.m. OUTLOOK -- In a game that could be critical to the county title hopes of both teams, perennial power North Carroll meets defending county champion Century. After opening with a 2-0 loss to Westminster, Century regrouped in a 3-2 win over Linganore. The Panthers, meanwhile, won their first two games before suffering a 5-2 loss to Broadneck. Forward Alex Chilcoast scored three goals in her first three games to lead North Carroll.
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By Alexander Pyles and Alexander Pyles,Sun Reporter | May 27, 2007
Eastern Tech's Josh Kempa pitched four shutout innings of relief as the second-ranked Mavericks earned a 3-2 win over Middletown for the Class 2A state title yesterday at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. Eastern Tech ace Ryan Rivers started the game, but grew tired after allowing two runs in three innings. After walking only six batters all season, Rivers walked three in the third inning alone. He also threw two wild pitches in the inning, and the 6-foot-5 right-hander found himself down two runs when he was moved to third base at the start of the fourth.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,sun reporter | May 3, 2007
The children will get to play on new fields. The developer will build houses. Yet, trees will be preserved, and fewer cars will travel the rural roads. As part of a tentative agreement between a northern Baltimore County developer and a nearby community association, the Shelley's Fields athletic complex will be scaled back. And one of the most contentious aspects of the original plan, a large indoor arena, has been scrapped. The two sides unveiled the details of their settlement at a hearing before the county's deputy zoning commissioner yesterday.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 31, 2007
Even without Jimmy Dorsey, host Winters Mill last night showed Monocacy Valley Athletic League power Middletown that it still has enough to be one of the top teams in the area. Playing their second game without Dorsey, last year's Carroll County Player of the Year who was dismissed from the team late last week for violating a team rule, the Falcons got 26 points from Brett Burrier, 24 from Cammeron Woodyard and 20 from point guard Devon Lesniak in an 83-81 overtime win. Winters Mill (14-3)
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January 18, 2007
More testimony due on Shelleys Fields Deputy Zoning Commissioner John V. Murphy is scheduled to hear more testimony today about the Shelleys Fields development proposal, which has caused tension in the Freeland area. As part of a proposal to build 17 homes next to two houses off Middletown Road, a developer plans to donate more land for local sports leagues to build a recreational complex. The complex, which would include a 32,000-square-foot indoor arena, six fields and nearly 600 parking spaces, is the center of a clash between a community association and a sports organization.
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