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SPORTS
October 18, 1991
Mike Reynolds, the Blast defender who died of a stroke on July 1, will be honored before the start of tomorrow night's game.The Blast will retire Reynolds' jersey No. 3 permanently and will rename its Unsung Hero Award, each year presenting the Mike Reynolds Trophy to the player who shows the most skill, courage and love for the game, without due publicity and recognition.The players also will have his initials and number stitched on their uniform sleeves.
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By Sandra McKee | February 11, 1992
Trevor Dawkins never made it as a player."Never thought I would," he says candidly. "I got to the point where I was a steady player and I was just very pleased to be playing the game."Trevor Dawkins never made the Major Soccer League All-Star Game. But Thursday, he'll be the first former MSL starter to coach in it.The 46-year-old Englishman will coach the East against fellow countryman and West coach Ron Newman, who has coached in six previous All-Star games, winning four of them."It's nice to be the first of anything," says Dawkins, coach of the Cleveland Crunch.
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SPORTS
July 9, 1991
A public memorial service for Baltimore Blast defender Mike Reynolds will be held today at 6 p.m. at the Du Burns Arena in Canton, a team spokesman said yesterday."
SPORTS
October 18, 1991
Mike Reynolds, the Blast defender who died of a stroke on July 1, will be honored before the start of tomorrow night's game.The Blast will retire Reynolds' jersey No. 3 permanently and will rename its Unsung Hero Award, each year presenting the Mike Reynolds Trophy to the player who shows the most skill, courage and love for the game, without due publicity and recognition.The players also will have his initials and number stitched on their uniform sleeves.
SPORTS
By Tara Finnegan | July 4, 1991
The Baltimore Blast will retire Mike Reynolds' jersey number during the first home game of the 1991-92 season to honor the defender, who died Monday as the result of a stroke, a spokesman said yesterday.Drew Forrester, director of public relations, said the Blast will wear black armbands bearing Reynolds' number, 3, during the regular season and in any playoff appearances.Forrester also said the Blast's Unsung Hero Award has been renamed the Mike Reynolds Trophy. The award, which Reynolds won for the 1989-90 season, is voted on by team members and will be presented at the last regular-season home game.
SPORTS
By Bill Free | December 18, 1990
For a second time this season, Baltimore Blast midfielder Tim Wittman has fallen victim to injury.Wittman fell on his right hip in the second quarter of Saturday night's 5-4 overtime loss to the Tacoma Stars and will miss at least Thursday night's game against the Dallas Sidekicks at Reunion Arena.Blast trainer Marty McGinty said yesterday that Wittman suffered a very painful hip pointer (deep bruise) that could also keep him tTC out of Saturday night's game against the San Diego Sockers at the Baltimore Arena.
SPORTS
By Tara Finnegan | July 10, 1991
The flags outside the Clarence "Du" Burns Arena flew at half-staff, but the hearts and minds of more than a hundred Baltimore Blast fans were full of pleasant memories of Mike Reynolds."
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee | February 11, 1992
Trevor Dawkins never made it as a player."Never thought I would," he says candidly. "I got to the point where I was a steady player and I was just very pleased to be playing the game."Trevor Dawkins never made the Major Soccer League All-Star Game. But Thursday, he'll be the first former MSL starter to coach in it.The 46-year-old Englishman will coach the East against fellow countryman and West coach Ron Newman, who has coached in six previous All-Star games, winning four of them."It's nice to be the first of anything," says Dawkins, coach of the Cleveland Crunch.
SPORTS
By Jerry Bembry | July 2, 1991
Mike Reynolds, who rebounded from severe hypertension three years ago to develop into a standout defender for the Baltimore Blast, died yesterday after suffering a massive stroke at a soccer clinic during the weekend.Reynolds, who was 27, collapsed in Saturday's 99-degree temperatures while taking a break during an afternoon clinic for inmates at the Jessup Pre-Release Center. His condition worsened Sunday, as he became comatose from swelling of the brain. He was pronounced dead at St. Agnes Hospital at 3:30 p.m."
NEWS
November 17, 1991
The Harbour School, a state-accredited school for the learning-disabled and multihandicapped, has recently named its new professional advisory board.The board is co-chaired by Lenann McGookey Gardner and Dr. Marilyn Lewis. Gardner is vice president of corporate communications at Maryland National Corp., and Lewis is a psychologist and retired professor of education at Towson State University.Other advisory board members include: Bill Cone, Tom O'Donnell, Fred Smith, Mike Reynolds, Joseph Conte, Congressman Tom McMillen, state delegate Marsha Perry, John Ahern, Ray Grace, and Susan Souder.
SPORTS
By Tara Finnegan | July 10, 1991
The flags outside the Clarence "Du" Burns Arena flew at half-staff, but the hearts and minds of more than a hundred Baltimore Blast fans were full of pleasant memories of Mike Reynolds."
SPORTS
July 9, 1991
A public memorial service for Baltimore Blast defender Mike Reynolds will be held today at 6 p.m. at the Du Burns Arena in Canton, a team spokesman said yesterday."
SPORTS
By Tara Finnegan | July 4, 1991
The Baltimore Blast will retire Mike Reynolds' jersey number during the first home game of the 1991-92 season to honor the defender, who died Monday as the result of a stroke, a spokesman said yesterday.Drew Forrester, director of public relations, said the Blast will wear black armbands bearing Reynolds' number, 3, during the regular season and in any playoff appearances.Forrester also said the Blast's Unsung Hero Award has been renamed the Mike Reynolds Trophy. The award, which Reynolds won for the 1989-90 season, is voted on by team members and will be presented at the last regular-season home game.
SPORTS
By Jerry Bembry | July 2, 1991
Mike Reynolds, who rebounded from severe hypertension three years ago to develop into a standout defender for the Baltimore Blast, died yesterday after suffering a massive stroke at a soccer clinic during the weekend.Reynolds, who was 27, collapsed in Saturday's 99-degree temperatures while taking a break during an afternoon clinic for inmates at the Jessup Pre-Release Center. His condition worsened Sunday, as he became comatose from swelling of the brain. He was pronounced dead at St. Agnes Hospital at 3:30 p.m."
SPORTS
By Bill Free | December 18, 1990
For a second time this season, Baltimore Blast midfielder Tim Wittman has fallen victim to injury.Wittman fell on his right hip in the second quarter of Saturday night's 5-4 overtime loss to the Tacoma Stars and will miss at least Thursday night's game against the Dallas Sidekicks at Reunion Arena.Blast trainer Marty McGinty said yesterday that Wittman suffered a very painful hip pointer (deep bruise) that could also keep him tTC out of Saturday night's game against the San Diego Sockers at the Baltimore Arena.
SPORTS
March 19, 1993
The Spirit will honor former Blast goalie Scott Manning before Sunday's game against the Buffalo Blizzard by retiring his No. 31 jersey.Manning played 13 years in the Major Soccer League, including nine for the Blast, Baltimore's indoor soccer predecessor to the Spirit. He had a career record of 207-168, registered five shutouts, made first-team All-MSL twice and was the MVP in the 1984 MSL championship series won by the Blast.Manning will receive a replica of his game jersey in a glass case.
NEWS
September 12, 2003
On September 10, 2003, EDWARD "Mike" W. REYNOLDS, beloved husband of Rita M. Reynolds, devoted father of Patricia Altman, loving step-father of Michael and C. Dennis King, loving grandfather of W. Alex and Courtney Nachlas, dear brother of James and Donald Reynolds, and Sr. Helen Mary Reynolds, O.S.F. Friends may call at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Inc Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road, (at Echodale) on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday 10 A.M. Interment Parkwood Cemetery.
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