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By Capt. Bob Spore | May 22, 1992
How can you call a winner "No. 2," especially when he has just brought in the new Maryland record striped bass?On Wednesday, May 13, Capt. Mike Harris of the charter boat Compensation brought in a new state record rockfish to the Rod 'n' Reel Dock at Chesapeake Beach. The fish was 51 inches long, had a girth of 32 inches and weighed 64.7 pounds. The previous record of 55 pounds had been set in 1973.Alan Sosslan of Edgewater reeled in the record fish, and Randy Modesitt had booked the charter.
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By Nick Madigan and Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | February 13, 2011
Residents of the farms, rolling hills and historic villages of Baltimore County's Long Green Valley have long basked in the tranquility that comes from country living. Now, they are increasingly worried about a rash of crime in their remote communities, and are urging police to step up patrols of the area. In response to the spree, some people have bought weapons to protect themselves, according to a resident, who along with others began to agitate publicly for help after a shootout on Jan. 7 between a burglary suspect and a female homeowner on Glen Arm Road.
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By Sports Digest | February 25, 2010
The Washington Wizards signed forward Mike Harris to a 10-day contract after losing Josh Howard for the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Harris, 6 feet 6, was averaging 26.3 points and 9.8 rebounds in 28 games for Rio Grande Valley in the NBA Development League. Women's college soccer: George Mason announced that goalkeeper Lyndse Hokanson (South River), a two-year member of the U.S. Region I Olympic Developmental Team, has signed a letter of intent.
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By Sports Digest | February 25, 2010
The Washington Wizards signed forward Mike Harris to a 10-day contract after losing Josh Howard for the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Harris, 6 feet 6, was averaging 26.3 points and 9.8 rebounds in 28 games for Rio Grande Valley in the NBA Development League. Women's college soccer: George Mason announced that goalkeeper Lyndse Hokanson (South River), a two-year member of the U.S. Region I Olympic Developmental Team, has signed a letter of intent.
NEWS
August 30, 1992
Head coach: Karlis Larson (fifth season).Assistant coaches: Greg Komondor, Ray Gerald, Jerry Lee, Mary Ann Smith, Bill Waibel, Tom Nelson.1991 record: 8-4.Returnees: Seniors Mike Harris (OG-LB); Chris Carr (OT-DT); Chris Weber (TE-LB); Jason Boswell (OG-DT); Cornelius Barmer (C-DT). Juniors Chad Gary (RB-CB); Rodney Briscoe (RB-LB); Cable Miller (OG-LB); Chuck Hunter (QB-DB); Vernon Wingfield (RB-DB).Newcomers: Juniors Darnell Everett (QB-DB); Chris Shape (WR-DB). Sophomores Lewis McKissett (RB-LB)
SPORTS
By Jeff Fletcher and Jeff Fletcher,Evening Sun Staff | November 22, 1991
When the University of Maryland Eastern Shore basketball team takes the court this season, none of the five top starters from last season will be back. And that's probably good, because the Hawks were 5-23 in 1990-91.Coach Bob Hopkins is starting anew. He's doing it with five junior college transfers, four of whom are in the probable starting lineup. The only returning player who will start is shooting guard Simon Edwards. Only four players have Division I experience.The toughest loss for the Hawks may be point guard Dondre Phoenix, who was on the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference all-rookie team last year.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen | May 23, 1991
Frostburg State is probably going to finish third or fourth at the NCAA Division III track and field championships, but coach Bob Lewis says he has the best team in the country."
NEWS
By Nick Madigan and Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | February 13, 2011
Residents of the farms, rolling hills and historic villages of Baltimore County's Long Green Valley have long basked in the tranquility that comes from country living. Now, they are increasingly worried about a rash of crime in their remote communities, and are urging police to step up patrols of the area. In response to the spree, some people have bought weapons to protect themselves, according to a resident, who along with others began to agitate publicly for help after a shootout on Jan. 7 between a burglary suspect and a female homeowner on Glen Arm Road.
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By Special To The Evening Sun | May 15, 1992
CHESAPEAKE BEACH -- Allan Sosslau of Edgewater fished differently for rockfish yesterday -- and caught a record.While aboard Capt. Mike Harris' charterboat Compensation, he landed a 50-inch striper of 64.70 pounds. The fish with its 32-inch girth will be both a new Fishing In Maryland and Maryland Sportfishing Tournament reecord.The fish was caught at the Summer Gooses near here and Tilghman Island on a No. 21 silver Tony Accetta spoon, which wasn't fished near the surface as most rockfish baits are during the current trophy season.
NEWS
By From Staff Reports | September 9, 2006
The Wilde Lake football team spent the offseason stewing over a loss to neighboring rival Atholton. In the final week of the 2005 regular season, the Raiders rolled past the Wildecats and on to the playoffs. Wilde Lake's season ended with a 21-point loss. But the Wildecats didn't have to wait long to get another chance at Atholton. Wilde Lake opened its season last night with a 14-7 win over the host Raiders. "It was certainly part of the motivation," offensive coordinator Mike Harris said.
NEWS
August 30, 1992
Head coach: Karlis Larson (fifth season).Assistant coaches: Greg Komondor, Ray Gerald, Jerry Lee, Mary Ann Smith, Bill Waibel, Tom Nelson.1991 record: 8-4.Returnees: Seniors Mike Harris (OG-LB); Chris Carr (OT-DT); Chris Weber (TE-LB); Jason Boswell (OG-DT); Cornelius Barmer (C-DT). Juniors Chad Gary (RB-CB); Rodney Briscoe (RB-LB); Cable Miller (OG-LB); Chuck Hunter (QB-DB); Vernon Wingfield (RB-DB).Newcomers: Juniors Darnell Everett (QB-DB); Chris Shape (WR-DB). Sophomores Lewis McKissett (RB-LB)
NEWS
By Capt. Bob Spore | May 22, 1992
How can you call a winner "No. 2," especially when he has just brought in the new Maryland record striped bass?On Wednesday, May 13, Capt. Mike Harris of the charter boat Compensation brought in a new state record rockfish to the Rod 'n' Reel Dock at Chesapeake Beach. The fish was 51 inches long, had a girth of 32 inches and weighed 64.7 pounds. The previous record of 55 pounds had been set in 1973.Alan Sosslan of Edgewater reeled in the record fish, and Randy Modesitt had booked the charter.
SPORTS
By Jeff Fletcher and Jeff Fletcher,Evening Sun Staff | November 22, 1991
When the University of Maryland Eastern Shore basketball team takes the court this season, none of the five top starters from last season will be back. And that's probably good, because the Hawks were 5-23 in 1990-91.Coach Bob Hopkins is starting anew. He's doing it with five junior college transfers, four of whom are in the probable starting lineup. The only returning player who will start is shooting guard Simon Edwards. Only four players have Division I experience.The toughest loss for the Hawks may be point guard Dondre Phoenix, who was on the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference all-rookie team last year.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen | May 23, 1991
Frostburg State is probably going to finish third or fourth at the NCAA Division III track and field championships, but coach Bob Lewis says he has the best team in the country."
NEWS
October 29, 1997
WHEN GOVERNMENTS and teachers unions struggle to see who is tougher, pupils and parents lose. Never was this truer than in the largest teachers strike in North American history in Ontario. Some 126,000 teachers walked out Monday on 2.1 million children in 4,742 schools.This is a struggle with the Progressive Conservative regime of Premier Mike Harris. Ontario is the wealthiest of Canada's 10 provinces, with 11 million people, nearly as many as Pennsylvania. In Canada's federal system, provinces have greater powers than U.S. states.
SPORTS
By Randy McRoberts, The Aegis | January 12, 2012
The Aberdeen girls basketball team grabbed control of the top spot in the UCBAC's Chesapeake Division Thursday night, pulling away late to beat visiting Joppatowne, 61-47. The No. 1 Eagles (11-0 overall, 4-0 league) outscored the No. 9 Mariners (10-2, 4-1) 37-23 in the second half as junior center Bri Jones scored 12 of her game-high 23 points. Neither team led by more than six points through three full quarters, but Aberdeen used five points from Jones to open a 10-point lead (44-34)
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