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September 19, 1990
BALTIMORE - (AP) -- The following state high school football poll is conducted weekly by Dave Ammenheuser, sports editor of the Carroll County Times, and Sheldon Shealer, prep writer of the Hagerstown Herald-Mail. All Maryland private and public schools are included. Teams earn 15 points for a first-place vote, 14 for second place, etc.Ranking, team, (first-place votes), record, points and last week's ranking:1. DeMatha2. Springbrook3. Poly4. Oxon Hill5. Randallstown6. Fort Hill7. Seneca Valley8.
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April 3, 2014
Aberdeen Head coaches : John Mobley and Kyle Brown Assistants : James Blackwell, Sammi Real III, Jaime White, Jason Guarino, Amanda Deller, Larry McCullers and Charles Powell II Top prospects, girls : Daisha Murphy, Sr. (sprints/jumps), Jasmyn McLeod, Sr. (sprints), Faith Edmondson, Sr. (sprints), Lacey Presbury, Sr. (throws), Taylor Cole, Jr. (throws), Cierra Reid, Jr. (sprints/jumps) Newcomers : Amaree Yates, Fr. (sprints); Atiya Reed, Fr. (sprints); Angelica Troutman, Fr. (sprints/hurdles)
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SPORTS
By Stan Hochman and Stan Hochman,Knight-Ridder | October 10, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- The Supreme Court had its first black justice before big-league baseball hired its first black manager.And now, Congress is considering another black for the highest court in the land while baseball front offices are as white and stiff and stale as 10-day-old Cream of Wheat.What a country! A black man has a better shot at sitting there, wearing a stark black robe, interpreting the Constitution, than at standing in a third base coach's box, wearing knickers, relaying the hit-and-run sign to some millionaire with sawdust for brains.
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By Stan Hochman and Stan Hochman,Knight-Ridder | October 10, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- The Supreme Court had its first black justice before big-league baseball hired its first black manager.And now, Congress is considering another black for the highest court in the land while baseball front offices are as white and stiff and stale as 10-day-old Cream of Wheat.What a country! A black man has a better shot at sitting there, wearing a stark black robe, interpreting the Constitution, than at standing in a third base coach's box, wearing knickers, relaying the hit-and-run sign to some millionaire with sawdust for brains.
NEWS
April 2, 2013
Aberdeen Head coaches : John Mobley and Kyree Edwards. Assistant coaches : James Blackwell II, Kyle Brown, Sammi Real, Jaime White and Charles Powell II Top returning boys : Austin Bonsall (Sr.) sprints, jumps; James Blackwell III (Jr.), throws; Kion Gibson, (So.) hurdles, sprints; Isaiah Chapman (Sr.) sprints; Wyatt Bucci (Jr.) sprints; Dramil Boykin (So.) sprints, jumps; Chris Banko (Sr.) distance; Ken'Shae McCraney (Jr.) sprints; Dante Warfield (Sr.) sprints, throws; Marquez Sloan (Sr.)
FEATURES
By Chapin Wright and Chapin Wright,Evening Sun Staff | October 31, 1991
NEW YORK -- The last time judges' robes were a big Halloween seller was in the late 1960s and early 1970s, when Sammy Davis Jr. made the phrase "Here Come De Judge" a national inside joke on "Laugh-In.""It was hot then," said Mike Burke, co-owner of Zak's Fun House.Enter Clarence Thomas.When Burke and his partner, Larry Greenberg, watched the extraordinary public airing of sexual harassment charges against Thomas by law professor Anita Faye Hill, one word kept coming to mind: masks."We had played with the idea while the hearings were going on," said Burke.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | May 18, 1999
Howard scored 11 runs in the last three innings to defeat River Hill in the Class 2A South Region baseball quarterfinal yesterday, 13-10.The No. 11-ranked Lions (18-4) won their ninth straight game and 18th in their last 19 starts.Tony King (10-1) picked up his 10th win after relieving starter Matt Sands who pitched four innings plus two batters. Howard sophomore clean-up batter Mike Burke went 3-for-4 with four RBIs. Anthony Aceves was 2-for-4 with three RBIs, including a home run and a double.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | December 10, 2010
Here's a look at what other media are saying about the Orioles offseason moves, which include the addition of Mark Reynolds and J.J. Hardy. • Mike Burke of the Cumberland Times-News writes in a column that the Orioles made good moves but that they might fall short compared to their division rivals. So during a week in which Baltimore sports fans were in dire need of any kind of good news, the addition of Reynolds and Hardy, while hardly the second coming of Frank Robinson and Luis Aparicio, and the potential for adding another RBI producer, provides some good news.
BUSINESS
July 26, 2006
Moving up Banking and finance Bradford Bank announced the appointments of Gayle Stark as senior vice president, director of corporate communications, and Patti Kokonas as vice president of compliance for the Baltimore County-based community bank. Provident Bank named Steve Wientge as a vice president within its division for small businesses. He will operate from the Baltimore-headquartered regional bank's Columbia office. Health care Eldercare announced the appointments of Jacob Furgatch as chief administrative officer and Scott Ptacek as executive vice president of sales and marketing for the Baltimore-based health plans provider.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | May 28, 1991
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- With his first goal of the day, senior attackman Dennis Goldstein broke North Carolina's single-season scoring record.Goldstein finished with four, raising the record to 47. The old mark was 43 by Bert Fett in 1974."
NEWS
September 19, 1990
BALTIMORE - (AP) -- The following state high school football poll is conducted weekly by Dave Ammenheuser, sports editor of the Carroll County Times, and Sheldon Shealer, prep writer of the Hagerstown Herald-Mail. All Maryland private and public schools are included. Teams earn 15 points for a first-place vote, 14 for second place, etc.Ranking, team, (first-place votes), record, points and last week's ranking:1. DeMatha2. Springbrook3. Poly4. Oxon Hill5. Randallstown6. Fort Hill7. Seneca Valley8.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | April 23, 1999
Atholton found itself five runs behind in the third inning yesterday against Howard, the league's hottest team.Instead of folding, the No. 12 Raiders (8-4 overall, 7-4 league) responded with the kind of poise that has helped them win two of the last three county titles, rallying to end Howard's nine-game winning streak, 11-8.The Raiders overcame deficits of 5-0 and 7-6, and broke an 8-8 tie in the bottom of the sixth inning with a three-run rally.Adam Beaver hit a game-winning two-run homer in the sixth, Keith McMullen had three RBI hits, shortstop Seth Williams played spectacular defense and relief pitcher Nick Hartman checked Howard's heavy-hitting attack enough to allow the Raiders to come back.
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