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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 25, 1997
Third baseman Jeff Fraley's fourth-inning RBI double stood up as No. 4-ranked Chesapeake handed visiting No. 2 Calvert Hall its first loss in four outings, 2-1, in a non-league game between area baseball powers yesterday.Second-team All-Metro hurler Jared Vogt (1-0), bound for the University of Maryland on a baseball scholarship, went the distance. Vogt struck out four, walked two and allowed four hits and hit two batsmen.Vogt escaped a bases-loaded jam in the fifth -- shortly after a run-scoring single by Calvert Hall's Dale Berkey skipped through the legs of shortstop Mike Bianco -- by inducing Bret Holmes to fly out to center fielder Chad Duncan for the final out.Vogt had given up a single to Mike Waldt to start the fifth, but sandwiched two strikeouts around a hit batsman before a walk loaded the bases.
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By Bill Free and By Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2001
If James Madison University's football team had 11 defenders like Dennard Melton, the Dukes probably wouldn't be 1-5. "The ball always seems to bounce my way," Melton said. "It started in the first game of my career last year, when I returned an interception and a fumble for touchdowns. That was my biggest thrill so far." The redshirt sophomore linebacker, who played for The Severn School Admirals, has such an uncanny knack for being around the football that his coaches have even started to joke about his good luck.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | July 31, 1996
Shane Rhodes wasn't sure what his role would be when he joined General Die's 16-and-under baseball team last season. So, the left-hander from Monkton defined it himself by claiming Most Valuable Player honors and leading his team to a national title at the American Amateur Baseball Congress World Series.One year later, Rhodes, a 16-year-old senior at Calvert Hall, has solidified his position as General Die's ace. His 12-0 mark is one of the reasons his team's repeat hopes are still alive.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 25, 1997
Third baseman Jeff Fraley's fourth-inning RBI double stood up as No. 4-ranked Chesapeake handed visiting No. 2 Calvert Hall its first loss in four outings, 2-1, in a non-league game between area baseball powers yesterday.Second-team All-Metro hurler Jared Vogt (1-0), bound for the University of Maryland on a baseball scholarship, went the distance. Vogt struck out four, walked two and allowed four hits and hit two batsmen.Vogt escaped a bases-loaded jam in the fifth -- shortly after a run-scoring single by Calvert Hall's Dale Berkey skipped through the legs of shortstop Mike Bianco -- by inducing Bret Holmes to fly out to center fielder Chad Duncan for the final out.Vogt had given up a single to Mike Waldt to start the fifth, but sandwiched two strikeouts around a hit batsman before a walk loaded the bases.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Special to The Sun | May 5, 1995
One year after struggling to reach a disappointing .500 record, Mount Hebron returned to its customary perch atop the Howard County standings by routing No. 13 Oakland Mills, 14-8, yesterday.No. 10 Mount Hebron (11-1, 7-0) dominated the Scorpions (10-2, 5-2) to complete a perfect county season and capture a fifth county title in coach Warren Michael's eighth season.The Scorpions' loss kept them and 11th-ranked Centennial (11-2, 5-1) from sharing the county crown with the Vikings."Oakland Mills ran it up on a lot of teams, so a lot of [lacrosse]
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By Bill Free and By Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2001
If James Madison University's football team had 11 defenders like Dennard Melton, the Dukes probably wouldn't be 1-5. "The ball always seems to bounce my way," Melton said. "It started in the first game of my career last year, when I returned an interception and a fumble for touchdowns. That was my biggest thrill so far." The redshirt sophomore linebacker, who played for The Severn School Admirals, has such an uncanny knack for being around the football that his coaches have even started to joke about his good luck.
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November 18, 1997
BaseballMets: Named Terry Tripp Midwest scouting supervisor.Pirates: Named Marty Brown manager and Jeff Treadway hitting coach for Single-A Augusta.Red Sox: Re-signed P Bret Saberhagen.CollegeAtlantic Central Football Conference: Announced formation of conference with members Salisbury State, Frostburg State, Chowan, Ferrum, Methodist and Wesley.Capital Athletic Conference: Salisbury State junior F Mike Guiffrida was named all-conference first team. Teammates Darren LaRocque, Lou Petrovia, Andrew Rogers and Kyle Eberhardt each made second team.
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By Sports Digest | August 10, 2010
College football Navy QB Dobbs on Walter Camp Award watch list The Walter Camp Football Foundation named Navy quarterback Ricky Dobbs one of 30 players on the watch list for its 2010 Player of the Year Award. The award is the nation's fourth-oldest individual college football accolade; this year's winner will be announced Dec. 9. Alabama junior running back Mark Ingram , a 2009 Walter Camp first-team All-American, headlines the watch list. Ingram rushed for 1,658 yards and 17 touchdowns a year ago as the Crimson Tide captured the BCS national title.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 28, 1999
All-Metro Offensive Player of the Year Raytron Leak of Edmondson and University of Maryland-bound defensive end C. J. Feldheim of Hereford were among 13 area players named to the consensus All-State football team by the Associated Press.Leak led The Sun's No. 2-ranked Redskins (12-1) to a 2A state-title game runner-up finish. He has full scholarship offers from Michigan, Nebraska, Virginia, Boston College and Syracuse.Feldheim, a two-time All-Metro pick who led the Bulls to a four-year, 45-4 record, has accepted a full football scholarship to play for the Terps.
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September 5, 2000
Somewhat weakened by graduation and a key transfer, Westminster still rules the roost in the county. Senior quarterback Ryan Baer has demonstrated a nice arm, and senior tight end Rafe Bridges, senior split end Dan Brewer and senior tailback Jamel Smalls will be appealing targets. But Westminster lost more than two-thirds of its starting defense and last year's starting quarterback, one of two wide receivers, and four of five offensive lineman. The biggest hit may stem from the loss of senior tailback Brad Durden, who rushed for more than 1,400 yards last season.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | July 31, 1996
Shane Rhodes wasn't sure what his role would be when he joined General Die's 16-and-under baseball team last season. So, the left-hander from Monkton defined it himself by claiming Most Valuable Player honors and leading his team to a national title at the American Amateur Baseball Congress World Series.One year later, Rhodes, a 16-year-old senior at Calvert Hall, has solidified his position as General Die's ace. His 12-0 mark is one of the reasons his team's repeat hopes are still alive.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Special to The Sun | May 5, 1995
One year after struggling to reach a disappointing .500 record, Mount Hebron returned to its customary perch atop the Howard County standings by routing No. 13 Oakland Mills, 14-8, yesterday.No. 10 Mount Hebron (11-1, 7-0) dominated the Scorpions (10-2, 5-2) to complete a perfect county season and capture a fifth county title in coach Warren Michael's eighth season.The Scorpions' loss kept them and 11th-ranked Centennial (11-2, 5-1) from sharing the county crown with the Vikings."Oakland Mills ran it up on a lot of teams, so a lot of [lacrosse]
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 16, 2000
Hereford's two-time All-Metros C. J. Feldheim and Adam Hendrix and Milford Mill's two-time All-Metro Richard Johnson are among Baltimore-area players picked to play for Team Maryland against Northern Virginia's All-Stars in this summer's second annual Super 44 football game. The Maryland-bound Feldheim will play on defense, Hendrix on offense. Johnson, headed for Virginia Tech, will play wide receiver in the game at W. T. Woodson High School in Fairfax, Va., on July 1. Virginia won last year's game.
BUSINESS
April 28, 2002
Coldwell Banker officers honored at brokers conference Three members of the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage leadership team were recognized at the Cendant Mobility Broker Network International Conference held last month in Palm Desert, Calif. Tom Stevens, president of Coldwell Banker Stevens, Realtors; Sarah Sinnickson, president of Pardoe ERA Real Estate; and John Evans, president of O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA were inducted into the network's 2002 Platinum Club. The three companies - along with Coldwell Banker Realty Pros - were merged together last month to form Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
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