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By Roch Kubatko | March 19, 2003
VIERA, Fla. -- Jeff Liefer hit a tiebreaking homer off Jorge Julio to open the sixth inning, and the Montreal Expos piled on left-hander Mike Mohler in the seventh to defeat the Orioles, 11-5, yesterday. Julio hadn't given up a run in six innings before yesterday. Jose Macias hit a grand slam off Omar Daal on a two-strike pitch to give the Expos a 4-1 lead in the fourth, but Melvin Mora and Jeff Conine went deep in the sixth to tie it. Daal took a shutout into the fourth, but two walks and an infield hit loaded the bases.
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From Sun staff reports | January 28, 2014
Catonsville's girls basketball coach Mike Mohler picked up his 400th career win as the No. 12 Comets beat visiting Archbishop Spalding, 45-37, on Monday. The game was close for much of the first half, but Catonsville held Spalding scoreless for the last four minutes of the second quarter to take a nine-point halftime lead. In the second half, the Cavaliers cut the deficit to six, but with time running out in the fourth quarter, they were forced to foul the Comets, who converted at the free-throw line.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 10, 2000
After Tuesday's 27-point loss to Mercy, Catonsville coach Mike Mohler didn't know what to expect from his Comets last night. He shouldn't have worried. The Comets went on a 26-3 run in the second quarter to defeat host Hereford, 67-46, in a Baltimore County Division II game. Carrie Lowman led the Comets (14-5, 11-0) with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Ashley Liggett had 13 points for Catonsville. Hereford's Jodi Anderson scored 13 points. No. 14 Catonsville, which never trailed, had a 20-10 lead to begin the second quarter before going on the run. The Comets used pressure defense and excellent shooting to blow the Bulls away.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2014
Many high school coaches never even reach 100 wins, but three local girls basketball coaches are approaching much bigger career milestones that end in "00," and all have a chance to reach them this week. Southern's Linda Kilpatrick, who has more wins than any other active girls basketball coach in the area, needs two wins for her 500th victory. Catonsville's Mike Mohler needs one to hit 400, and Milford Mill's DeToiya McAliley needs one to reach 200. All three grew up in the neighborhoods in which they now coach, and Kilpatrick and McAliley played basketball for and graduated from the schools where they now coach.
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By Joe Strauss | May 2, 1997
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 7: 35, HTS, Steve Karsay (0-2, 3.30) vs. Jimmy Key (4-0, 2.48)Tomorrow, 1: 35, HTS, Mike Mohler (0-3, 4.80) vs. Mike Mussina (3-1, 4.22)Sunday, 1: 35, HTS, Ariel Prieto (2-1, 3.55) vs. Rocky Coppinger (0-0, 7.36)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)A's updateThe first-place Orioles begin a 10-game homestand tonight with a three-game series against the Oakland Athletics. The A's continue to look for consistent pitching after going 13-13 in April.
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By Roch Kubatko | May 12, 1997
Oakland ColiseumDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 10: 05, 54, 50, Jimmy Key (6-0, 1.93 ERA) vs. Steve Karsay (0-3, 3.43)Tomorrow, 3: 15, HTS, Mike Mussina (4-1, 3.57) vs. Mike Mohler (0-4, 5.93)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Athletics updateThe Orioles should like their chances. Oakland ranks next-to-last in pitching in the AL with a team ERA of 5.67, while the Orioles are first at 3.56. The A's, who have lost five straight, also are next-to-last in batting with a .246 average, though they have 45 home runs, the third-most in the AL. The Orioles took two of three from the A's at Camden Yards earlier this month, the only loss coming when Randy Myers surrendered a two-run, ninth-inning homer to Jason Giambi.
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March 16, 1994
COACH OF THE YEARMike Mohler, Seton Keough -- Before the season began, first-year coach Mike Mohler asked Seton Keough athletic director Mary Burns where she thought the Gators would finish in the Catholic League. Burns told him that fifth place was realistic, third place optimistic.Mohler, the eternal optimist, led the team to a 10-4 league record, good enough for third place behind third-ranked St. Frances and fourth-ranked St. Mary's. Although five of its top six players were underclassmen, Seton Keough finished the season with an 18-8 overall record and a No. 14 ranking, the team's best showing since winning its third consecutive Catholic League championship in 1991.
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August 11, 2007
A local Baltimore TV station is going to court to get a copy of the videotaped confession of John Gaumer, who was convicted in May for raping and beating to death a woman he met online. The station, in a petition filed in May in Baltimore County Circuit Court, said it had requested but been denied a DVD containing those portions of Gaumer's confession that were played to the jury. The station's lawyer argues that under Maryland law, all evidence used in a trial, including electronic media, is part of the public record unless there are compelling reasons to exclude it. A hearing is set Monday on the station's case.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 10, 2003
The Orioles dropped their third consecutive game yesterday, managing only one hit against A.J. Burnett and five overall in a 5-2 loss to the Florida Marlins. David Segui had the only hit off Burnett in four innings. Burnett struck out seven, the last three coming in his final inning. Pat Hentgen allowed two runs and five hits in four innings. The Marlins scored a run in the fifth against Travis Driskill, one in the seventh against Buddy Groom, and Ramon Castro homered off Mike Mohler in the eighth.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2002
SAN FRANCISCO - When the Orioles traded for Gary Matthews, hitting coach Terry Crowley took one look at the numbers and realized it was time for a different approach. Basically, Crowley told Matthews to forget about hitting home runs and just concentrate on making good solid contact. "I thought he had too many strikeouts for somebody who switch-hits," Crowley said. "I thought his batting average could be higher for a guy who runs as well as he does. And he had been on enough teams to indicate things hadn't worked out."
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August 11, 2007
A local Baltimore TV station is going to court to get a copy of the videotaped confession of John Gaumer, who was convicted in May for raping and beating to death a woman he met online. The station, in a petition filed in May in Baltimore County Circuit Court, said it had requested but been denied a DVD containing those portions of Gaumer's confession that were played to the jury. The station's lawyer argues that under Maryland law, all evidence used in a trial, including electronic media, is part of the public record unless there are compelling reasons to exclude it. A hearing is set Monday on the station's case.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 19, 2003
VIERA, Fla. -- Jeff Liefer hit a tiebreaking homer off Jorge Julio to open the sixth inning, and the Montreal Expos piled on left-hander Mike Mohler in the seventh to defeat the Orioles, 11-5, yesterday. Julio hadn't given up a run in six innings before yesterday. Jose Macias hit a grand slam off Omar Daal on a two-strike pitch to give the Expos a 4-1 lead in the fourth, but Melvin Mora and Jeff Conine went deep in the sixth to tie it. Daal took a shutout into the fourth, but two walks and an infield hit loaded the bases.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 10, 2003
The Orioles dropped their third consecutive game yesterday, managing only one hit against A.J. Burnett and five overall in a 5-2 loss to the Florida Marlins. David Segui had the only hit off Burnett in four innings. Burnett struck out seven, the last three coming in his final inning. Pat Hentgen allowed two runs and five hits in four innings. The Marlins scored a run in the fifth against Travis Driskill, one in the seventh against Buddy Groom, and Ramon Castro homered off Mike Mohler in the eighth.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2002
SAN FRANCISCO - When the Orioles traded for Gary Matthews, hitting coach Terry Crowley took one look at the numbers and realized it was time for a different approach. Basically, Crowley told Matthews to forget about hitting home runs and just concentrate on making good solid contact. "I thought he had too many strikeouts for somebody who switch-hits," Crowley said. "I thought his batting average could be higher for a guy who runs as well as he does. And he had been on enough teams to indicate things hadn't worked out."
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 10, 2000
After Tuesday's 27-point loss to Mercy, Catonsville coach Mike Mohler didn't know what to expect from his Comets last night. He shouldn't have worried. The Comets went on a 26-3 run in the second quarter to defeat host Hereford, 67-46, in a Baltimore County Division II game. Carrie Lowman led the Comets (14-5, 11-0) with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Ashley Liggett had 13 points for Catonsville. Hereford's Jodi Anderson scored 13 points. No. 14 Catonsville, which never trailed, had a 20-10 lead to begin the second quarter before going on the run. The Comets used pressure defense and excellent shooting to blow the Bulls away.
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By Katherine Dunn, Rich Scherr and Kevin Eck | December 2, 1997
Arlington Baptist Eagles1996-97 record: 5-13Coach: Liz ByersTop players: Jocelyn Johnson, 5-7, Soph., G; Darla Heller, 5-9, Jr., F-C; Candace Moon, 5-9, So., F; Julie Barber, 5-2, So., G; Lori Veasel, 5-4, Fr., F.Outlook: Young talent abounds on this Association of Independent Schools B Division team, including Johnson (10 ppg), last year's leading scorer; Heller (11 rpg), last year's top rebounder; and Moon, this year's top scorer and rebounder through the first three games. With only seven players on the roster, however, what the Eagles lack is depth.
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By Katherine Dunn, Rich Scherr and Kevin Eck | December 2, 1997
Arlington Baptist Eagles1996-97 record: 5-13Coach: Liz ByersTop players: Jocelyn Johnson, 5-7, Soph., G; Darla Heller, 5-9, Jr., F-C; Candace Moon, 5-9, So., F; Julie Barber, 5-2, So., G; Lori Veasel, 5-4, Fr., F.Outlook: Young talent abounds on this Association of Independent Schools B Division team, including Johnson (10 ppg), last year's leading scorer; Heller (11 rpg), last year's top rebounder; and Moon, this year's top scorer and rebounder through the first three games. With only seven players on the roster, however, what the Eagles lack is depth.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2014
Many high school coaches never even reach 100 wins, but three local girls basketball coaches are approaching much bigger career milestones that end in "00," and all have a chance to reach them this week. Southern's Linda Kilpatrick, who has more wins than any other active girls basketball coach in the area, needs two wins for her 500th victory. Catonsville's Mike Mohler needs one to hit 400, and Milford Mill's DeToiya McAliley needs one to reach 200. All three grew up in the neighborhoods in which they now coach, and Kilpatrick and McAliley played basketball for and graduated from the schools where they now coach.
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By Roch Kubatko | May 12, 1997
Oakland ColiseumDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 10: 05, 54, 50, Jimmy Key (6-0, 1.93 ERA) vs. Steve Karsay (0-3, 3.43)Tomorrow, 3: 15, HTS, Mike Mussina (4-1, 3.57) vs. Mike Mohler (0-4, 5.93)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Athletics updateThe Orioles should like their chances. Oakland ranks next-to-last in pitching in the AL with a team ERA of 5.67, while the Orioles are first at 3.56. The A's, who have lost five straight, also are next-to-last in batting with a .246 average, though they have 45 home runs, the third-most in the AL. The Orioles took two of three from the A's at Camden Yards earlier this month, the only loss coming when Randy Myers surrendered a two-run, ninth-inning homer to Jason Giambi.
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By Joe Strauss | May 2, 1997
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 7: 35, HTS, Steve Karsay (0-2, 3.30) vs. Jimmy Key (4-0, 2.48)Tomorrow, 1: 35, HTS, Mike Mohler (0-3, 4.80) vs. Mike Mussina (3-1, 4.22)Sunday, 1: 35, HTS, Ariel Prieto (2-1, 3.55) vs. Rocky Coppinger (0-0, 7.36)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)A's updateThe first-place Orioles begin a 10-game homestand tonight with a three-game series against the Oakland Athletics. The A's continue to look for consistent pitching after going 13-13 in April.
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