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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | October 2, 1993
The Friends Quakers gave top-ranked Archbishop Curley all it could handle yesterday, dominating play much of the game by beating the Friars to loose balls and taking the role of aggressors.Quakers coach Pete DeSmit said he couldn't have asked for any more -- but a win would have been nice.After Wednesday's lackluster tie with Cardinal Gibbons, Curley rebounded, surviving regulation before dominating the overtime period in a 2-1 home win.The victory enabled Curley (6-0-1 overall, 5-0-1 in the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference, Division II)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 15, 2002
Patterson 171-pounder Christopher Price says he has heard it "about a thousand times." "Coach [Troy Stevenson], his father [assistant Mel Stevenson] and everybody else, they say I'm the one," said Price, a defending Baltimore City and regional champ. "I'm supposed to go to states this year and take it all." In yesterday's 49-12 rout at city rival Poly (8-2 overall, 7-1 league), Price looked like the city's best hope to become only its second state wrestling champion, pinning his 20th opponent in his 16th straight win and improving to 22-2.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | November 5, 1992
When Overlea's Jason Gabrish scored the winning goal with 43 seconds left in yesterday's Class 2A, Region II semifinal game against No. 4 seed Hereford, he did it not only for his teammates, but also to fulfill a promise he had made to a referee."
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By Pat O'Malley | March 21, 2001
Severn School and South River have matured to make them the teams to beat going into the 2001 Anne Arundel County boys lacrosse season. Severn's slew of quality veterans bodes well for their rugged schedule in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference with St. Mary's. Class 3A South River (12-3 last season) returns 13 quality players. In private schools, third-year Severn coach Jamie McNealey, 5-10 last season, feels his nucleus of three-year players are ready. "We invested in sophomores three years ago, and now it's their time," McNealey said.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 15, 2002
Patterson 171-pounder Christopher Price says he has heard it "about a thousand times." "Coach [Troy Stevenson], his father [assistant Mel Stevenson] and everybody else, they say I'm the one," said Price, a defending Baltimore City and regional champ. "I'm supposed to go to states this year and take it all." In yesterday's 49-12 rout at city rival Poly (8-2 overall, 7-1 league), Price looked like the city's best hope to become only its second state wrestling champion, pinning his 20th opponent in his 16th straight win and improving to 22-2.
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By Pat O'Malley | March 21, 2001
Severn School and South River have matured to make them the teams to beat going into the 2001 Anne Arundel County boys lacrosse season. Severn's slew of quality veterans bodes well for their rugged schedule in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference with St. Mary's. Class 3A South River (12-3 last season) returns 13 quality players. In private schools, third-year Severn coach Jamie McNealey, 5-10 last season, feels his nucleus of three-year players are ready. "We invested in sophomores three years ago, and now it's their time," McNealey said.
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September 13, 1994
1 Centennial -- The Eagles return seven starters from a 13-2-1 team that lost to Whitman in the state Class 3A championship. Centennial has three national pool players, senior goalie Brock Yetso, first-team All-Metro junior forward Brian West (15 goals, 7 assists) and sophomore forward Matt Stephenson (11, 3). Centennial graduated three starters and another transferred, but replaces them with players of equal or superior ability and experience. The Eagles outscored opponents, 50-9, and had 10 shutouts.
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By Rick Belz | December 1, 1994
PLAYER OF THE YEAR* Brock Yetso, Centennial, sr., goalkeeper -- Nicknamed "The Wall," he recorded 10 shutouts, and only one of five goals allowed this season by Centennial (15-0-2) was considered his fault. No team scored more than one goal against Centennial, which won the state Class 3A title, finished No. 1 in the area and No. 10 in the nation. Yetso preserved a 1-1 tie with C. Milton Wright in the regular season with saves on three "sure goals" in overtime despite having suffered a concussion.
NEWS
January 4, 2006
On January 1 , 2006, SOPHIE JULIA (nee Kropkowski), beloved wife of the late Milton Borkowski, devoted mother of Catherine Bailey and her husband Ralph, Milton Borkowski and his wife Janice, Barbara Gunther and her husband Frank, dear sister of Anthony and Stanley Kropkowski, Helen Piluk and Theresa Reynolds. Loving grandmother of Eric Zaranski and his wife Kim, Dawn Blanchette and her husband Kevin, Todd Zaranski and his wife Tricia, Keith Zaranski and his wife Sara, Greg Zaranski and his wife Krista, Tracy Callens and her husband Bob, David Borkowski and his wife Adrienne, Jim Borkowski and his wife Lynn, Valerie Bimsteffer and her husband Jim, Christine Callahan and her husband Steve, Ken Bailey and his wife Marcy, Mike Bailey and his wife Betty, Donna Gniewek and her husband Ken, Ronald Bailey and his wife Julie, Mary Kaye Smith and her husband Jim, Virginia Black and her husband Randy, Kristine Grove and her husband Butch, Scott Gunther and his wife Cathy and the late Michael Borkowski.
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By Lou Cedrone and Lou Cedrone,Evening Sun Staff | October 26, 1990
''The Unbelievable Truth, a very independent film, plays like ''One Peak,'' a town down the road from ''Twin Peaks.''These people, however, are a bit more approachable, a bit more likable, once you get to know them.In time we know what writer-director Hal Hartley is doing. From there on, his film is easy.Adrienne Shelly is Audrey Hugo, whose father, Vic, owns a garage. Mike Bailey is the yuppie who loves Audrey, who is convinced the world is coming to an end.Newcomer to this wacky township is Josh, a paroled killer.
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By Rick Belz | December 1, 1994
PLAYER OF THE YEAR* Brock Yetso, Centennial, sr., goalkeeper -- Nicknamed "The Wall," he recorded 10 shutouts, and only one of five goals allowed this season by Centennial (15-0-2) was considered his fault. No team scored more than one goal against Centennial, which won the state Class 3A title, finished No. 1 in the area and No. 10 in the nation. Yetso preserved a 1-1 tie with C. Milton Wright in the regular season with saves on three "sure goals" in overtime despite having suffered a concussion.
SPORTS
September 13, 1994
1 Centennial -- The Eagles return seven starters from a 13-2-1 team that lost to Whitman in the state Class 3A championship. Centennial has three national pool players, senior goalie Brock Yetso, first-team All-Metro junior forward Brian West (15 goals, 7 assists) and sophomore forward Matt Stephenson (11, 3). Centennial graduated three starters and another transferred, but replaces them with players of equal or superior ability and experience. The Eagles outscored opponents, 50-9, and had 10 shutouts.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | October 2, 1993
The Friends Quakers gave top-ranked Archbishop Curley all it could handle yesterday, dominating play much of the game by beating the Friars to loose balls and taking the role of aggressors.Quakers coach Pete DeSmit said he couldn't have asked for any more -- but a win would have been nice.After Wednesday's lackluster tie with Cardinal Gibbons, Curley rebounded, surviving regulation before dominating the overtime period in a 2-1 home win.The victory enabled Curley (6-0-1 overall, 5-0-1 in the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference, Division II)
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | November 5, 1992
When Overlea's Jason Gabrish scored the winning goal with 43 seconds left in yesterday's Class 2A, Region II semifinal game against No. 4 seed Hereford, he did it not only for his teammates, but also to fulfill a promise he had made to a referee."
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March 27, 1995
BaseballBoston Red Sox -- Named John Cumberland pitching coach and Herm Starrette (a former Orioles pitching coach) bullpen coach.Chicago White Sox -- Agreed to terms with P Donn Pall on a minor-league contract. Suspended minor-league P Rob Dibble for inappropriate conduct. Reassigned OF Shawn Buchanan to minor-league camp. Released C Bill Lindsey, P Mike Bailey and P Mike Taylor.Cincinnati Reds -- SS Ricky Magdaleno (a second-round draft pick in 1992), P Blaine Beatty (a former Orioles prospect)
NEWS
July 1, 1999
Melissa, a Holstein from the Doll farm in Glenville, Pa., did her part to earn Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department a lot of money during its eighth annual barnyard bingo Saturday.The cow took two hours and 30 minutes to mark the winning square. During that time, the Fire Department sold out of pit beef and pit ham, said Fire Department historian Jim Buckley.Figures were unavailable on what the fire company netted from the fund-raiser, but proceeds from bingo ticket sales will go to its building fund, Buckley said.
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