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By BALTIMORESUN.COM STAFF | May 16, 2005
Submit your questions about 102.7 WQSR-FM's recent switch to JACK-FM and what that means for the Rouse & Co. morning team. Steve Rouse, the show's host from 1988 to 2005, and Mike Thomas, a 17-year producer of the Rouse & Co. Show, will answer your questions. Submit questions by Wednesday evening. Answers will be posted Friday.
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By Sports Digest | March 25, 2010
Towson will put football season tickets on sale to the general public next Thursday. The Tigers will play Coastal Carolina on Sept. 11, Massachusetts on Oct. 2, James Madison on Oct. 9, Rhode Island on Oct. 30 and Maine on Nov. 13. Gold Chair Back season seats cost $75 each, adult season tickets cost $50 each, and Towson faculty and staff and children's tickets cost $30 each. Women's bowling: UMES was selected to the eight-team field for the NCAA championships April 8-10 in North Brunswick, N.J. The finals will air live on ESPNU at 8:30 p.m. April 10. Baseball: Rider junior left-handed pitcher Mike Thomas (Fallston)
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SPORTS
September 16, 1999
Two months before the Baltimore BayRunners play their first game in the inaugural season of the International Basketball Association, coach Herb Brown is already clear about at least one part of his strategy -- get the ball to Kurk Lee.Lee, a former Towson State and Dunbar star, is one of the first six players -- five with Baltimore connections -- signed by the BayRunners and introduced yesterday.The most heralded of the six, Lee, a 6-foot-3 guard, returns to the area after spending his last three playing years for TeamWARE ToPo in Helsinki, Finland.
SPORTS
By From Sun news services | December 18, 2009
Peyton Manning completed every pass early and one big one late, exactly what the Indianapolis Colts needed to stay unbeaten. Manning threw for 308 yards and four touchdowns, including a 65-yarder to Reggie Wayne to go ahead for good, and the Colts beat the host Jacksonville Jaguars, 35-31, on Thursday night to improve to 14-0 for the first time in franchise history. The wild game on a cool night included 714 yards, 43 first downs, 10 lead changes, five punts, several big plays and just two turnovers.
SPORTS
By Sports Digest | March 25, 2010
Towson will put football season tickets on sale to the general public next Thursday. The Tigers will play Coastal Carolina on Sept. 11, Massachusetts on Oct. 2, James Madison on Oct. 9, Rhode Island on Oct. 30 and Maine on Nov. 13. Gold Chair Back season seats cost $75 each, adult season tickets cost $50 each, and Towson faculty and staff and children's tickets cost $30 each. Women's bowling: UMES was selected to the eight-team field for the NCAA championships April 8-10 in North Brunswick, N.J. The finals will air live on ESPNU at 8:30 p.m. April 10. Baseball: Rider junior left-handed pitcher Mike Thomas (Fallston)
FEATURES
By M. Dion Thompson and M. Dion Thompson,SUN STAFF lTC | October 3, 1998
Steve Rouse has this fantasy rolling around in his head: He's hanging out at home, cooking soup. There's a movie cued up on the VCR. And when it's over, he'll go for a walk in the woods.Nice dream. Fat chance. Rouse & Co. dominates the 25-54 age bracket for morning talk radio in Baltimore, and with Frank Ski leaving town there's no sign that'll change anytime soon. Rouse, 47, almost has more success than he can handle. Right now, he'd just like a day off.The show and its commitments are eating up his days, stealing hours he could be spending with his daughters, Caitlin, 9, and Chelsea, 7, and his wife, Mandy, an aerobics instructor.
SPORTS
By From Sun news services | December 18, 2009
Peyton Manning completed every pass early and one big one late, exactly what the Indianapolis Colts needed to stay unbeaten. Manning threw for 308 yards and four touchdowns, including a 65-yarder to Reggie Wayne to go ahead for good, and the Colts beat the host Jacksonville Jaguars, 35-31, on Thursday night to improve to 14-0 for the first time in franchise history. The wild game on a cool night included 714 yards, 43 first downs, 10 lead changes, five punts, several big plays and just two turnovers.
SPORTS
By Michael Wentzel BLUEFIELD ORIOLES | June 20, 1991
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Shane Turner had played in Oneonta, Fort Lauderdale, Columbus, Albany, Reading and Philadelphia before he joined the Rochester Red Wings two years ago this month. For the Wings, he has played all the outfield and infield positions. During last winter, Turner worked out as a catcher."I think I could do it," he said. "I just hope there's some role up there I can fill." Turner, 28, originally selected by the New York Yankees in the sixth round of the June 1985 draft, has played an important part in the Wings' resurgence this season.
SPORTS
May 13, 1999
What: Six fights, two main eventsWho: Lightweight Jermaine Fields (15-0, 12 KOs) vs. Eugene Johnson (5-9-1, three KOs); junior middleweight Anthony Fields (12-1, eight KOs) vs. Troy Barnes (5-5- 1, two KOs); junior lightweight Lamont Pearson (4-0, three KOs) vs. Ricardo Gonzales (7-2); welterweight Jimmy Lange (5-1, three KOs) vs. Conner Higgins (2- 1); junior welterweight Dal Machette (6-0, five KOs) vs. Kenito Drake (8-0, three KOs); flyweight Mike Thomas (4-1) vs. Devinder Thapa (4-0).
SPORTS
By Mike Preston | October 7, 1991
University of Maryland starting senior cornerback Mike Thomas suffered a slightly pulled left hamstring in Saturday's 24-20 loss to Pittsburgh and is questionable for Saturday's game against Georgia Tech in Atlanta.If Thomas can't play, the Terps might be without both starting cornerbacks. Scott Rosen, the team's other senior starting cornerback, has missed three straight games because of a hamstring he pulled in the preseason.Rosen played in the season opener, but has been out since then with a hematoma above the hamstring and an aneurysm below it. Rosen is expected to be seen by team doctor Stan Lavine today.
NEWS
By BALTIMORESUN.COM STAFF | May 16, 2005
Submit your questions about 102.7 WQSR-FM's recent switch to JACK-FM and what that means for the Rouse & Co. morning team. Steve Rouse, the show's host from 1988 to 2005, and Mike Thomas, a 17-year producer of the Rouse & Co. Show, will answer your questions. Submit questions by Wednesday evening. Answers will be posted Friday.
SPORTS
September 16, 1999
Two months before the Baltimore BayRunners play their first game in the inaugural season of the International Basketball Association, coach Herb Brown is already clear about at least one part of his strategy -- get the ball to Kurk Lee.Lee, a former Towson State and Dunbar star, is one of the first six players -- five with Baltimore connections -- signed by the BayRunners and introduced yesterday.The most heralded of the six, Lee, a 6-foot-3 guard, returns to the area after spending his last three playing years for TeamWARE ToPo in Helsinki, Finland.
FEATURES
By M. Dion Thompson and M. Dion Thompson,SUN STAFF lTC | October 3, 1998
Steve Rouse has this fantasy rolling around in his head: He's hanging out at home, cooking soup. There's a movie cued up on the VCR. And when it's over, he'll go for a walk in the woods.Nice dream. Fat chance. Rouse & Co. dominates the 25-54 age bracket for morning talk radio in Baltimore, and with Frank Ski leaving town there's no sign that'll change anytime soon. Rouse, 47, almost has more success than he can handle. Right now, he'd just like a day off.The show and its commitments are eating up his days, stealing hours he could be spending with his daughters, Caitlin, 9, and Chelsea, 7, and his wife, Mandy, an aerobics instructor.
EXPLORE
September 16, 2013
On Sept. 3, Ron Stallings, vice president of the Maryland Birdie Golf Club, presented Olelia Brannigan, branch director of the Boys and Girls Club at the Havre de Grace Senior Recreation Center, with a donation. MBGC members Mike Thomas, Mansfield Spicer, Milton Leigh and Richard Carey were also on hand for the presentation and to tour the facility that offers an afterschool programs and summer camp for local youth.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2003
Last year, Wilde Lake had its first winning boys lacrosse season since 1987. Yesterday at Howard, the Wildecats picked up where they left off, winning their opener by defeating the Lions, 10-9, in a game so competitive that the largest lead was two goals. Mike Thomas, a speedy junior midfielder, scored three goals and had two assists for Wilde Lake (1-0 overall, 1-0 Howard County). Wilde Lake's Justin Rice scored two goals, made two assists and won five ground balls. Thomas scored the game-winning goal with 1:24 left to play.
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