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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 10, 1993
Seventh-ranked host Boys' Latin (220 points) placed all 12 wrestlers in the top four of their weight classes, cruising past runner-up Tatnall (145.5) in yesterday's second annual Laker Invitational.For the Lakers (3-0), who tied Mervo for last year's title, the win came over the Delaware Independent Conference champion with 3-0 dual-meet record. Howard (126), which is 5-1, was third in the nine-team event.The Lakers' champs were Josh Silverman (103 pounds, 11-4), Tim Berger (112, 17-1) , Mike Harrison (125, 16-3)
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Stan Rappaport and Kevin Van Valkenburg and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 23, 2001
If baseball teams in the county this year don't quite post the Ruthian offensive stats they have in the previous years, don't blame the hitters. Blame the bats. Or, if you're a baseball purist, thank the bats. Rule changes already implemented at the college level take effect this year for high school, requiring that all bats have a maximum diameter of 2 5/8 inches and a differential of no more than three between length and weight. (For example, a 34-inch bat could weigh no less than 31 ounces.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 19, 1994
Mount St. Joseph had a comfortable lead over its rivals in last night's 74th annual Maryland Scholastic Association Tournament at Gilman.The Gaels (221 points) led surprise runner-up McDonogh (137) in going for their 19th crown. They have six finalists with Jake Lissau (112 pounds), fourth-ranked Russell WRESTLINGFecteau (125, 27-5), top-ranked David Inkman (130, 27-3), top-ranked Paul Scott (140, 23-3), top-ranked defending champ Danny DeVivo (160, 24-3) and fourth-ranked Kenny Hunter (heavyweight, 23-5)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | February 19, 1994
Mount St. Joseph had a comfortable lead over its rivals in last night's 74th annual Maryland Scholastic Association Tournament at Gilman.The Gaels (221 points) led surprise runner-up McDonogh (137) in going for their 19th crown. They have six finalists with Jake Lissau (112 pounds), fourth-ranked Russell WRESTLINGFecteau (125, 27-5), top-ranked David Inkman (130, 27-3), top-ranked Paul Scott (140, 23-3), top-ranked defending champ Danny DeVivo (160, 24-3) and fourth-ranked Kenny Hunter (heavyweight, 23-5)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 6, 1992
Mount St. Joseph dominated last year's Maryland Scholastic Association wrestling tournament, building a 74-point lead over second-place Loyola en route to a 257-192 victory and its 17th crown.But the Gaels' performance in the individual championship bouts -- only two of their seven finalists won crowns -- offered hope to their MSA rivals that the Gaels' grip on the crown may be loosening.Dunbar coach Damon Matthews watched his 103-pound freshman, Bruce Pendles, down the first of the Gaels' seven finalists, David Inkman, 4-3, to become the Poets' youngest-ever MSA champion.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 19, 1993
Paul Triplett isn't kidding himself.The Mount St. Joseph coach knows winning an 18th Maryland Scholastic Association crown won't be as easy as last year, when the top-ranked Gaels (257 points) crushed runner-up Loyola (192).But with 10 wrestlers seeded in the top four of their weight classes (five No. 1s), he's not conceding the crown."Our seeds make life easier, but it's not a blowout," said Triplett, whose Gaels (12-0) edged No. 6 Boys' Latin (9-1) for their 18th dual-meet crown.Boys' Latin has nine seeded wrestlers (no No. 1s)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 9, 1993
In the words of Boys' Latin coach Jim Currie, "the boys just came out hungry" for the Lakers' second win over Gilman.And yesterday, the seventh-ranked Lakers (4-0) edged No. 9 Gilman (1-1), 25-24, in a Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference match before a standing-room-only crowd at Boys' Latin's Mary U. Iglehart gymnasium.But their first win since 1988 over the Greyhounds wasn't assured until Pat Cairns (189, 10-4) beat John Wise, 7-0, to give the Lakers a 25-18 lead."It was counted on in our team strategy that I would win, even though I didn't know anything about the other guy," said Cairns, who weighs 175 pounds.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 22, 1993
Identical twins pin success on best of sibling rivalryWrestlers supply home criticismIdentical twin brothers who wrestle have their own worst critics close to home."
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Stan Rappaport and Kevin Van Valkenburg and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 23, 2001
If baseball teams in the county this year don't quite post the Ruthian offensive stats they have in the previous years, don't blame the hitters. Blame the bats. Or, if you're a baseball purist, thank the bats. Rule changes already implemented at the college level take effect this year for high school, requiring that all bats have a maximum diameter of 2 5/8 inches and a differential of no more than three between length and weight. (For example, a 34-inch bat could weigh no less than 31 ounces.
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By Staff report | August 14, 1991
Two county auto drivers found themselves knocked out of contention by mechanical problems in Sunday races.Another county driver, though, took advantage of an injury to a fellow Carroll driver to win a feature race.Jeff Shepard of Finksburg had led from the start of the 25-lap sprint car feature at Susquehanna Speedway in Newberrytown, Pa., but ran out of gas on the 24th lap and did not finish in the top 10 in the race.Meanwhile, at Hagerstown Speedway in Washington County, GaryStuhler of Westminster was in second on the 22nd lap of a 25-lap late model feature when he suffered a flat tire.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | February 19, 1993
Paul Triplett isn't kidding himself.The Mount St. Joseph coach knows winning an 18th Maryland Scholastic Association crown won't be as easy as last year, when the top-ranked Gaels (257 points) crushed runner-up Loyola (192).But with 10 wrestlers seeded in the top four of their weight classes (five No. 1s), he's not conceding the crown."Our seeds make life easier, but it's not a blowout," said Triplett, whose Gaels (12-0) edged No. 6 Boys' Latin (9-1) for their 18th dual-meet crown.Boys' Latin has nine seeded wrestlers (no No. 1s)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 22, 1993
Identical twins pin success on best of sibling rivalryWrestlers supply home criticismIdentical twin brothers who wrestle have their own worst critics close to home."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 10, 1993
Seventh-ranked host Boys' Latin (220 points) placed all 12 wrestlers in the top four of their weight classes, cruising past runner-up Tatnall (145.5) in yesterday's second annual Laker Invitational.For the Lakers (3-0), who tied Mervo for last year's title, the win came over the Delaware Independent Conference champion with 3-0 dual-meet record. Howard (126), which is 5-1, was third in the nine-team event.The Lakers' champs were Josh Silverman (103 pounds, 11-4), Tim Berger (112, 17-1) , Mike Harrison (125, 16-3)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | January 9, 1993
In the words of Boys' Latin coach Jim Currie, "the boys just came out hungry" for the Lakers' second win over Gilman.And yesterday, the seventh-ranked Lakers (4-0) edged No. 9 Gilman (1-1), 25-24, in a Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference match before a standing-room-only crowd at Boys' Latin's Mary U. Iglehart gymnasium.But their first win since 1988 over the Greyhounds wasn't assured until Pat Cairns (189, 10-4) beat John Wise, 7-0, to give the Lakers a 25-18 lead."It was counted on in our team strategy that I would win, even though I didn't know anything about the other guy," said Cairns, who weighs 175 pounds.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 6, 1992
Mount St. Joseph dominated last year's Maryland Scholastic Association wrestling tournament, building a 74-point lead over second-place Loyola en route to a 257-192 victory and its 17th crown.But the Gaels' performance in the individual championship bouts -- only two of their seven finalists won crowns -- offered hope to their MSA rivals that the Gaels' grip on the crown may be loosening.Dunbar coach Damon Matthews watched his 103-pound freshman, Bruce Pendles, down the first of the Gaels' seven finalists, David Inkman, 4-3, to become the Poets' youngest-ever MSA champion.
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By Staff report | August 14, 1991
Two county auto drivers found themselves knocked out of contention by mechanical problems in Sunday races.Another county driver, though, took advantage of an injury to a fellow Carroll driver to win a feature race.Jeff Shepard of Finksburg had led from the start of the 25-lap sprint car feature at Susquehanna Speedway in Newberrytown, Pa., but ran out of gas on the 24th lap and did not finish in the top 10 in the race.Meanwhile, at Hagerstown Speedway in Washington County, GaryStuhler of Westminster was in second on the 22nd lap of a 25-lap late model feature when he suffered a flat tire.
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By Neil Lippy and Neil Lippy,Contributing Writer | November 15, 1992
The end of the season brought out the best in several area drivers.Charlie Schaffer of Hampstead was 11th and Gary Stuhler of Westminster was 25th in the Rod's Performance National 150-lap feature race at Hagerstown Speedway last Sunday.Stuhler was second and Schaffer was 10th in the time trials for the late models, and Schaffer was third in his heat.Stuhler finished the season ninth in the overall standings with 3,496 points for the Hagerstown track.Mike Harrison of Mount Airy was fourth in the seasonal standings with 3,031 points for limited late models.
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May 11, 1993
The Historical Society of Carroll County announced the winners of its annual seventh-grade history contest at the Miss Lillian Shipley Heritage Education Awards Program last week.Students from around the county were asked to write an essay on "Carroll County -- Past, Present and Future" in the style of a recommendation for Carroll's future.Participants also had to do extracurricular reading and take tests. Forty-two students entered, with three winners and three honorable mentions.During the awards ceremony in Shriver-Weybright Auditorium in Westminster, the six winning students read their essays to Carroll County Commissioner Elmer Lippy.
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