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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 21, 1998
There's a loose ball in front of the goal and it's a race between Virginia goalkeeper Chris Sanderson and Princeton attackman Jon Hess. But here comes Cavaliers sophomore defenseman Ryan Curtis.Trying to level Hess, Curtis accidentally slams into Sanderson. The full-force hit separates Sanderson's shoulder and adds to Curtis' ferocious reputation.Compare him to a mad dog linebacker. Actually, just compare him to his father, Mike Curtis, a Baltimore Colt from 1965 to 1975 known for his brutal play.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2004
Two weeks ago, the Blast was losing to the Cleveland Force 4-1, with much of the damage being done by Force forward Adauto Neto, when coach Tim Wittman took defenseman Billy Nelson aside. "Billy, I want you to chew him up," Wittman told him. And Nelson chewed him up. Neto didn't score again. And Nelson not only closed down the Cleveland forward, but also helped open up the Blast's offense. He blocked a season-high five shots and produced two assists. One of them brought the Blast to within a goal and the second assured a 9-7 victory.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2004
Two weeks ago, the Blast was losing to the Cleveland Force 4-1, with much of the damage being done by Force forward Adauto Neto, when coach Tim Wittman took defenseman Billy Nelson aside. "Billy, I want you to chew him up," Wittman told him. And Nelson chewed him up. Neto didn't score again. And Nelson not only closed down the Cleveland forward, but also helped open up the Blast's offense. He blocked a season-high five shots and produced two assists. One of them brought the Blast to within a goal and the second assured a 9-7 victory.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 15, 2003
LOWELL, Mass. - If he's done it once, he's done it a hundred times. A thousand, maybe. Gary Gait swooping down the wing and heading for the goal. Last night, against a tough Boston Cannons team, the Bayhawks' player/coach was at his best as he barged in and scored the winning goal 50 seconds into overtime to lift the Bayhawks to a rousing, 17-16 triumph, disappointing a Cawley Stadium crowd of 4,322. "He's unbelievable," Bayhawks defenseman Jamie Hanford said. "He's the best player in the world."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | May 20, 1999
Ryan Curtis menaces attackmen like his father did quarterbacks.Mike Curtis was at the core of the only Baltimore football team to win a Super Bowl, a middle linebacker so nasty he would actually tackle John Unitas in practice. Ryan Curtis might be the best defenseman in college lacrosse, and his coach at Virginia said he's one of the "most ferocious competitors" he's ever seen.Mike, a Colt from 1965 to 1975, could make Dick Butkus appear rational. Ryan has nearly twice as many penalties as any other Cavalier, and talks about the rage he carries into a game.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | November 4, 1994
The girls race at yesterday's Class 4A North regional meet at Oregon Ridge Park was supposed to be a toss-up between three or four of the area's top five teams.Instead, it was No. 2 Dulaney that served notice that it may be the team to beat at next weekend's state championships.Five Lions runners finished in the top 10 to help their team to a first-place finish with 27 points, beating out No. 5 Perry Hall (45) and top-ranked Western (51).Though all three qualified for the Nov. 12 state meet at Hereford, the win was rewarding for Lions coach Bob Dean.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | November 9, 1995
Vince Bagli's new book on our old football team arrives just in time for the new football team. The old team was called the Baltimore Colts. The new team is called anything Art Modell wants.Bagli's book, written with Norman L. Macht, is titled "Sundays at 2:00 with the Baltimore Colts." All it does is evoke a 30-year love affair. Can love be lovelier the second time around? Before we consider that, Bagli and Macht remind us how sweet it felt the first time around, when everybody was so much younger.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 15, 2003
LOWELL, Mass. - If he's done it once, he's done it a hundred times. A thousand, maybe. Gary Gait swooping down the wing and heading for the goal. Last night, against a tough Boston Cannons team, the Bayhawks' player/coach was at his best as he barged in and scored the winning goal 50 seconds into overtime to lift the Bayhawks to a rousing, 17-16 triumph, disappointing a Cawley Stadium crowd of 4,322. "He's unbelievable," Bayhawks defenseman Jamie Hanford said. "He's the best player in the world."
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By Steven Kivinski | November 16, 1995
The boys0 Runner of the Year: Cory Smith, Calvert HallCoach of the Year: Jerry Martin, Perry HallName .. .. .. .. .. .. School .. .. Yr.Cory Smith .. .. .. .. C. Hall . .. Sr.Doug Stewart ... .. .. C. Hall . .. Sr.Eric Linder . .. .. .. C. Hall . .. Jr.David Chalmers . .. .. Gilman .. .. Jr.Ted Wasserman .. .. .. Gilman .. .. Sr.Steve Moxey . .. .. .. Curley .. .. Sr.John Supsic . .. .. .. Curley .. .. Sr.Joe Smith ... .. .. .. Parkville .. Sr.Anders Fristedt...
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 26, 1993
A group of independent and parochial school athletic directors is meeting tonight at Gilman to discuss the future of the Maryland Scholastic Association.The meeting, scheduled for 6:30, is the second in two weeks involving approximately 20 different athletic directors, with Friends AD Pieter DeSmit leading the meeting."Basically, we're trying to determine where the MSA is at this point, vs. the original concept, and whether the present arrangement is working for the benefit of everybody," said DeSmit.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | May 20, 1999
Ryan Curtis menaces attackmen like his father did quarterbacks.Mike Curtis was at the core of the only Baltimore football team to win a Super Bowl, a middle linebacker so nasty he would actually tackle John Unitas in practice. Ryan Curtis might be the best defenseman in college lacrosse, and his coach at Virginia said he's one of the "most ferocious competitors" he's ever seen.Mike, a Colt from 1965 to 1975, could make Dick Butkus appear rational. Ryan has nearly twice as many penalties as any other Cavalier, and talks about the rage he carries into a game.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 21, 1998
There's a loose ball in front of the goal and it's a race between Virginia goalkeeper Chris Sanderson and Princeton attackman Jon Hess. But here comes Cavaliers sophomore defenseman Ryan Curtis.Trying to level Hess, Curtis accidentally slams into Sanderson. The full-force hit separates Sanderson's shoulder and adds to Curtis' ferocious reputation.Compare him to a mad dog linebacker. Actually, just compare him to his father, Mike Curtis, a Baltimore Colt from 1965 to 1975 known for his brutal play.
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By Steven Kivinski | November 16, 1995
The boys0 Runner of the Year: Cory Smith, Calvert HallCoach of the Year: Jerry Martin, Perry HallName .. .. .. .. .. .. School .. .. Yr.Cory Smith .. .. .. .. C. Hall . .. Sr.Doug Stewart ... .. .. C. Hall . .. Sr.Eric Linder . .. .. .. C. Hall . .. Jr.David Chalmers . .. .. Gilman .. .. Jr.Ted Wasserman .. .. .. Gilman .. .. Sr.Steve Moxey . .. .. .. Curley .. .. Sr.John Supsic . .. .. .. Curley .. .. Sr.Joe Smith ... .. .. .. Parkville .. Sr.Anders Fristedt...
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | November 9, 1995
Vince Bagli's new book on our old football team arrives just in time for the new football team. The old team was called the Baltimore Colts. The new team is called anything Art Modell wants.Bagli's book, written with Norman L. Macht, is titled "Sundays at 2:00 with the Baltimore Colts." All it does is evoke a 30-year love affair. Can love be lovelier the second time around? Before we consider that, Bagli and Macht remind us how sweet it felt the first time around, when everybody was so much younger.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | November 4, 1994
The girls race at yesterday's Class 4A North regional meet at Oregon Ridge Park was supposed to be a toss-up between three or four of the area's top five teams.Instead, it was No. 2 Dulaney that served notice that it may be the team to beat at next weekend's state championships.Five Lions runners finished in the top 10 to help their team to a first-place finish with 27 points, beating out No. 5 Perry Hall (45) and top-ranked Western (51).Though all three qualified for the Nov. 12 state meet at Hereford, the win was rewarding for Lions coach Bob Dean.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 26, 1993
A group of independent and parochial school athletic directors is meeting tonight at Gilman to discuss the future of the Maryland Scholastic Association.The meeting, scheduled for 6:30, is the second in two weeks involving approximately 20 different athletic directors, with Friends AD Pieter DeSmit leading the meeting."Basically, we're trying to determine where the MSA is at this point, vs. the original concept, and whether the present arrangement is working for the benefit of everybody," said DeSmit.
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November 1, 1996
Mr. Memorabilia is offering a reunion show that includes a noon auction of Colts and Orioles memorabilia and autograph-signing from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. tomorrow at Reflections Restaurant, Route 26, Sykesville.Hall of Fame players attending include Ted Hendricks, Raymond Berry, Lenny Moore, Jim Parker, Mike Curtis, Jim Mutscheller and Art DeCarlo.Information: (800) 230-4312.Pub Date: 11/01/96
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October 25, 1995
BaseballToronto Blue Jays: Named Ronald Bronson Jr. assistant general manager.Los Angeles Dodgers: Will not renew contract of 3B Tim Wallach for 1996.BasketballBoston Celtics: Signed C Charles Claxton.Charlotte Hornets: Waived G Negele Knight.Portland Trail Blazers: Waived F Bob Thornton and G Derrick Chievous.Jacksonville Barracudas (USBL): Named Artis Gilmore president and Mike Strader vice president-marketing coordinator.College4( Patriot League: Named Navy sophomoresoccer F Mike Curtis Offensive Player of the Week.
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