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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 15, 1998
COLLEGE PARK -- In the longest state championship game ever, Gaithersburg of Montgomery County outlasted Oxon Hill of Prince George's County (22-6), 96-91, in five overtimes for the state 4A title last night at the University of Maryland.Charles Johnson scored six points in the overtime sessions, giving Gaithersburg (27-1), ranked No. 5 in the Washington area, its first state championship.The Trojans had a 93-91 lead with 18.9 seconds remaining when Carlton Marlow hit the front end of a bonus one-and-one.
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By Sandra Mckee | May 22, 2009
At University of Maryland Class 4A NO. 3 SEVERNA PARK (20-2) VS. QUINCE OR CHARD (17-2) Time: 3 p.m. Outlook: The Falcons have streaked through the playoffs, outscoring their three opponents (Broadneck, South River and Arundel), 24-7. They will send ace Dylan Taylor (8-0, 1.85 ERA) to the mound. Backing him up will be a group of strong fielders and hitters, including shortstop Kyle Convissar, first baseman Mike Boushell, third baseman Brent Jones and catcher Alex Ramsay. Severna Park is making its first trip to the state final since winning the championship in 2005.
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By Sandra Mckee | May 22, 2009
At University of Maryland Class 4A NO. 3 SEVERNA PARK (20-2) VS. QUINCE OR CHARD (17-2) Time: 3 p.m. Outlook: The Falcons have streaked through the playoffs, outscoring their three opponents (Broadneck, South River and Arundel), 24-7. They will send ace Dylan Taylor (8-0, 1.85 ERA) to the mound. Backing him up will be a group of strong fielders and hitters, including shortstop Kyle Convissar, first baseman Mike Boushell, third baseman Brent Jones and catcher Alex Ramsay. Severna Park is making its first trip to the state final since winning the championship in 2005.
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By Michael Olesker | May 13, 2001
HIS NAME was John Joseph "The Nailer" Ryan, and he left the Irish town of Tuam, in County Galway, that summer of 1908, slightly on the lam from the cops, and landed in a place called Locust Point in Baltimore. "Where can a man get a job?" he asked the first American he saw. The American noticed the accent and naturally directed him to the B&O Railroad on Pratt Street, which is where so many of the Irish were pigeonholed back then. At the railroad yard, he saw a sign: "Wanted, Boilermaker."
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By Michael Olesker | May 13, 2001
HIS NAME was John Joseph "The Nailer" Ryan, and he left the Irish town of Tuam, in County Galway, that summer of 1908, slightly on the lam from the cops, and landed in a place called Locust Point in Baltimore. "Where can a man get a job?" he asked the first American he saw. The American noticed the accent and naturally directed him to the B&O Railroad on Pratt Street, which is where so many of the Irish were pigeonholed back then. At the railroad yard, he saw a sign: "Wanted, Boilermaker."
NEWS
November 3, 2010
Great job Maryland, you just elected Anthony Brown as our next governor. As soon as the dust clears, you can bet that Sen. Barbara Mikulski will retire, and Gov. Martin O'Malley will appoint himself as her replacement — and we all know that once a Maryland Democrat is elected to the Senate, it is a lifetime job. Congratulations, Maryland, as usual you lead the nation in stupid political decisions. Mike Ryan, Cockeysville
NEWS
May 26, 2011
Thanks to another tea party candidate, a solidly Republican district in New York has lost its congressional seat to a Democrat. Liberals are celebrating the victory as a statement against the Paul Ryan Medicare proposal. But if you remove the senseless, wasted votes for the tea party candidate, conservatives would have won the seat by a 3 percent to 4 percent margin. If folks don't wake up soon to the reality that a vote for the tea party is a vote for the Democrats, they will definitely re-elect President Obama and reverse the U.S. House majority conservatives just acquired.
FEATURES
August 24, 2006
Music Jamaican show at Ottobar Reggae Got Soul is tonight at the Ottobar. Bands and DJs will play ska, rocksteady and reg gae. Baltimore's the Rootwork ers, and the Pressure Sounds, a ska/rocksteady/reggae band from Washington, will perform. DJs Mike and Ryan and Bobby Babylon will spin. The Ottobar is at 2549 N. Howard St. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show starts at 9 p.m. Call 410-662-0069 or visit theot tobar.com. FYI Kevin Cowherd is on as signment. His column does not appear today.
SPORTS
June 9, 1996
BaseballBrewers: Placed OF David Hulse on DL. Activated OF Kevin Koslofski. Transferred OF Chuckie Carr to 60-day DL.Diamondbacks: Signed P Eric Sabel, P Matt Bell, P David Harper and P Mark Chavez.Indians: Recalled RHP Chad Ogea from Triple-A Buffalo. Optioned LHP Alan Embree to Triple-A Buffalo. Acquired RHP Jared Camp from Milwaukee to finish earlier deal that sent C Jesse Levis to Milwaukee for P Scott Camp. Signed P Ryan McDermott, P John Brammer, P Joseph Horgan, P Mark Taylor, P Matthew Miller, OF William Jackson, 2B John McDonald, C Cody Allison, 1B Troy Kent and SS Aurelio Rodriguez.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 17, 2000
It could have been either a soiree for Baltimore's young professionals or an elegant fashion show. In fact, the seventh annual Raven Ball was both. Some 425 fashionably attired young sophisticates swirled through the Lyric Opera House mezzanine in a parade of beads, feathers, slinky gowns and bare backs. The shindig was sponsored by the 1844 Committee, a group of Maryland Historical Society supporters between the ages of 18 and 44. The crowd nibbled from the buffet, sipped cocktails, and danced the night away to a band set up in the lobby -- all the while raising more than $15,000 for Maryland Historical Society educational programs.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 15, 1998
COLLEGE PARK -- In the longest state championship game ever, Gaithersburg of Montgomery County outlasted Oxon Hill of Prince George's County (22-6), 96-91, in five overtimes for the state 4A title last night at the University of Maryland.Charles Johnson scored six points in the overtime sessions, giving Gaithersburg (27-1), ranked No. 5 in the Washington area, its first state championship.The Trojans had a 93-91 lead with 18.9 seconds remaining when Carlton Marlow hit the front end of a bonus one-and-one.
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By Sloane Brown | September 12, 1999
Vince Gill was cookin' at the 12th annual benefit concert for Cystic Fibrosis. But he wasn't the only one doing so at the Baltimore Arena. Some 30 local chefs cooked up their kind of crowd-pleasers at a preconcert VIP reception.More than 1,000 guests mingled and munched in a tent pitched outside the building, whetting their appetites for the tuneful treats that awaited them inside.Among those tasting and talking: Josie Schaeffer, executive director of Cystic Fibrosis Maryland Chapter; Kenn Roberts, concert committee chair; Larry Kushner, executive director of the concert's underwriter, the M.U.S.
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By Glen Macnow and Glen Macnow,Knight-Ridder News Service | April 27, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- Despite baseball's much-publicized affirmative action campaign, no minority candidates were considered when the Philadelphia Phillies switched managers this week.Why not?"Because we felt when you do something like this in the middle of the season, it's best to have someone familiar with the big club and the organization," Phillies president Bill Giles said.Giles, on the recommendation of general manager Lee Thomas, fired manager Nick Leyva on Tuesday and replaced him with Jim Fregosi.
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