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February 26, 2004
On February 23, 2004 GEORGE T. of Odenton, MD; beloved husband of the late Katherine "Gene" Murray (nee Gately); loving father of Mike Murray and his wife Pam, Rev. Kevin R. Murray, C.S.S.R., and Kaycee Mc Kenna and her husband Pat; dear brother of Alice Smith and Becky Robey; devoted grandfather of Megan, Colleen and Timothy Mc Kenna, Alex and Hannah Murray. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. on Thursday and Friday at Hardesty Funeral Home, P.A., 851 Annapolis Rd, Gambrills, MD. Funeral Mass will be held at 11 A.M. on Saturday, February 28 in the St. Josephs Catholic Church, Odenton, MD. Interment Our Lady of the Fields Catholic Church Cemetery.
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February 26, 2004
On February 23, 2004 GEORGE T. of Odenton, MD; beloved husband of the late Katherine "Gene" Murray (nee Gately); loving father of Mike Murray and his wife Pam, Rev. Kevin R. Murray, C.S.S.R., and Kaycee Mc Kenna and her husband Pat; dear brother of Alice Smith and Becky Robey; devoted grandfather of Megan, Colleen and Timothy Mc Kenna, Alex and Hannah Murray. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. on Thursday and Friday at Hardesty Funeral Home, P.A., 851 Annapolis Rd, Gambrills, MD. Funeral Mass will be held at 11 A.M. on Saturday, February 28 in the St. Josephs Catholic Church, Odenton, MD. Interment Our Lady of the Fields Catholic Church Cemetery.
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March 24, 1991
Head coach: Jim Moorhead (13th season)Assistants: Mike Codd and Don Sadler1990 record: 12-4 (lost to Severn in Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference semifinals)Returnees: Seniors, Rob Chomo (att), David Jones (mid), Chris Brown (g), Brad Stevens (def), Mike Murray (def), Ryan Kelly (att), Greg Geiger (att) and Mike McLelland (att); juniors, Kip Gendell (mid) and Eamon McCormick (mid); sophomore, Kevin Reichardt (mid)Newcomers: Junior, Todd Harrison (def)Coach'soutlook: "We certainly have the people to put the ball in the cage, but the big question is, "Can we stop them (our MSA A Conference opponents)
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | May 25, 1995
All year long, North Harford coach John Grubb has preached to his team about "reaching the top of the mountain."Last night, the Hawks reached that destination by downing South River, 12-5, to win the Class 1A-2A state championship at UMBC.And the view was everything they thought it would be."We didn't want to go away with another one of those second-place plaques," said North Harford junior attackman Eric Barger, referring to last season's one-goal loss to Towson in the state finals."All we were thinking about tonight was winning."
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | May 25, 1995
All year long, North Harford coach John Grubb has preached to his team about "reaching the top of the mountain."Last night, the Hawks reached that destination by downing South River, 12-5, to win the Class 1A-2A state championship at UMBC.And the view was everything they thought it would be."We didn't want to go away with another one of those second-place plaques," said North Harford junior attackman Eric Barger, referring to last season's one-goal loss to Towson in the state finals."All we were thinking about tonight was winning."
SPORTS
By Alan Widmann and Alan Widmann,Special to The Sun | May 4, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- A dominant zone defense and timely scoring helped St. Mary's stop top-ranked Boys' Latin, 5-3, in a Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference lacrosse game yesterday at Weems Whalen Field.The Saints broke on top, 2-0, as Greg Geiger and Ryan Kellyeach scored his first of two goals, then used the zone and 13 saves by goalie Chris Brown to keep the Lakers at bay.With Loyola's 13-11 loss at St. Paul's yesterday, No. 3 St. Mary's (11-2, 7-2) took sole possession of first place in the MSA's Division I. It can win the division outright and a top seed in the playoffs by winning the league finale at No. 2 Loyola (6-3, 6-3)
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By Ken Murray | March 1, 1994
Baltimore's Canadian Football League franchise gets a name today. The question is whether it will stick.Jim Speros, owner of the expansion team, is expected to announce his choice of nickname and logo in a news conference this morning. His options appear to be Colts, Stallions, Bombers, Silver Colts, Fighting Colts and lawsuit.Alleging a trademark infringement, the NFL has threatened to take Speros to court if he chooses Colts. A federal court injunction could leave the team nameless for a period of time.
SPORTS
September 20, 1996
BaseballDiamondbacks: Signed a four-year player development contract with Double-A South Bend of the Midwest League.Tigers: Purchased the contract of P Brian Moehler from Double-A Jacksonville.BasketballClippers: Signed free-agent G Darrick Martin.CollegeSeton Hall: Named Peg Hefferan assistant athletic director.Tulane: Announced F Rayshard Allen will sit out this season as a redshirt and will play next season as a fifth-year senior.FootballCardinals: Waived DB Ben Smith. Signed CB D. J. Johnson to a one-year contract.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | May 10, 1994
C. Milton Wright scored five successive third-period goals, then held off fast-closing North Harford, 11-8, in a Harford County League game between teams headed for this week's regional playoffs.The third-quarter assault, started and ended by Tim Parks, a sophomore midfielder, enabled the Mustangs (9-3) to open a 9-2 lead with three minutes left in the period.Parks, who had five goals, scored to start the fourth quarter, but North Harford (8-4) battled back to 10-6. Keith Smith and Mike Murray, junior attackmen, accounted for the game's final goals in the last two minutes.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 29, 2000
Towson University's men's lacrosse team will be severely undermanned when it travels to Johns Hopkins for its regular-season finale today, after coach Tony Seaman suspended 11 players for the game for a violation of team policy. A school source said the players violated Seaman's curfew restriction during a road trip at the University of Vermont last week. Seaman could not be reached for comment last night. The players include the entire starting attack of sophomore Brad Reppert, senior Todd Paradise and freshman Ryan Obloj and two key midfielders in seniors J. D. Jones and Mike Murray.
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By Alan Widmann and Alan Widmann,Special to The Sun | May 4, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- A dominant zone defense and timely scoring helped St. Mary's stop top-ranked Boys' Latin, 5-3, in a Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference lacrosse game yesterday at Weems Whalen Field.The Saints broke on top, 2-0, as Greg Geiger and Ryan Kellyeach scored his first of two goals, then used the zone and 13 saves by goalie Chris Brown to keep the Lakers at bay.With Loyola's 13-11 loss at St. Paul's yesterday, No. 3 St. Mary's (11-2, 7-2) took sole possession of first place in the MSA's Division I. It can win the division outright and a top seed in the playoffs by winning the league finale at No. 2 Loyola (6-3, 6-3)
NEWS
March 24, 1991
Head coach: Jim Moorhead (13th season)Assistants: Mike Codd and Don Sadler1990 record: 12-4 (lost to Severn in Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference semifinals)Returnees: Seniors, Rob Chomo (att), David Jones (mid), Chris Brown (g), Brad Stevens (def), Mike Murray (def), Ryan Kelly (att), Greg Geiger (att) and Mike McLelland (att); juniors, Kip Gendell (mid) and Eamon McCormick (mid); sophomore, Kevin Reichardt (mid)Newcomers: Junior, Todd Harrison (def)Coach'soutlook: "We certainly have the people to put the ball in the cage, but the big question is, "Can we stop them (our MSA A Conference opponents)
BUSINESS
Yvonne Wenger | June 11, 2012
A four-bedroom, four-bathroom Craftsman-style beach retreat on the Severn River sold in April for $2.2 million. It was the second-priciest deal in the Baltimore region that month, one of 23 homes that sold for $1 million or more. The Murray Home Team of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage handled the sale. Agent Mike Murray said almost every room in the house, on Winchester Beach Drive in Annapolis, has panoramic views of the Severn River. “The views are second to none,” said Murray, who leads the team with his wife, Melissa.
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