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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | October 24, 1997
If yesterday afternoon's 1-1 draw between St. Mary's and visiting John Carroll is any indication of what's to come in the Catholic League Tournament, who knows what to expect?Unbeaten Catholic, which has maintained the metro area's No. 1 ranking for the majority of the season, is certainly the clear favorite.After that, it's anyone's guess.A goal from freshman Athena Gramates with eight minutes left provided the No. 3-ranked Saints with the equalizer against No. 12 John Carroll at Weems-Whelan Field in Annapolis.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 20, 2012
The blowout defeats the Navy football team suffered early this season are a distant memory, in the record books but no longer embedded in its collective psyche. The struggling offense and a quarterback plagued by turnovers are also no longer part of the game plan. They have been washed away by a three-game winning streak and an emerging star named Keenan Reynolds. Reynolds, the first freshman to start at quarterback at Navy in more than two decades, helped the Midshipmen erase an early 10-point deficit and, more significantly, a nine-point deficit in the final 12:18 to beat Indiana on Saturday, 31-30, at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium before an announced homecoming crowd of 33,441 that included NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | September 8, 2005
Down a goal and frustrated on offense all afternoon against No. 4 Archbishop Curley yesterday, the visiting No. 6 Loyola boys soccer team could have easily been a step slow in the final minutes. Instead, the Dons were quick and eager. Junior midfielder Mike Deasel made a run to goal and found the ball there at the same time as Eric Noto flicked ahead a long throw-in from Tim Dubyoski. Deasel finished off the chance in the left corner with just under three minutes left in regulation and, after two 10-minute overtime periods ended scoreless, the Dons had themselves a satisfying, 1-1 draw with their Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference opponent.
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By Mike Preston | October 25, 2011
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh likes to talk about attacking, but he needs to attack with common sense. His decision to try an onside kick trailing 9-7 with 2 minutes and two seconds left in the game, and two timeouts, was a poor one. Instead of attempting the onside kick, he should have allowed one of his top weapons, kicker Billy Cundiff, to nail it deep in the endzone. He should have put the pressure on rookie quarterback Baline Gabbert to produce and get a first down. If the Ravens had held, they only needed a field goal to win. Instead, the Ravens didn't gain possession and they basically put the Jaguars in field goal range.
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By From Staff Reports | November 29, 1993
MOUNT OLIVE, N.C. -- Morgan State was unable to hold a five-point lead in the last six minutes, as Mount Olive rallied behind Angel Henderson's 15 points for a 77-69 women's victory yesterday.Morgan (0-2) came back from a 40-35 halftime deficit to take a 60-55 lead with six minutes left when a power outage halted the game for 10 minutes. With four minutes left, Morgan freshman guard Kaira Warfield, who led all scorers with 17, fouled out. The Trojans retook the lead for good a minute later.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | November 13, 1990
Coach Bruce Sponsler's Old Mill girls soccer squad had just lost a physical Class 4A/3A state semifinal game, 4-2, to Howard County's Oakland Mills (13-2).The loss, last night at Chesapeake High, not only marked the end of the Patriots' nine-game winning streak in which they had outscored their opponents, 31-3, but also meant the end of their season.So why, on this chilly night and in the aftermath of what had to be a disappointing loss, was junior striker Terri Lee standing among her teammates with a smile on her face?
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By From staff reports | May 20, 2007
GENEVA, N.Y. -- Robyn Bishop scored on a free-position shot with 33 seconds left in the game to lift Salisbury to an 8-7 win over Middlebury, sending the Sea Gulls to their second NCAA Division III women's national championship game in three years. The Sea Gulls (21-1) will have a chance to avenge their only loss of the season today at noon, when they face Franklin & Marshall (20-0) at William Smith College's McCooey Field. The Diplomats defeated Gettysburg in the first semifinal game, 13-7, to advance to the title game.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | October 28, 1994
HAGERSTOWN -- After 80 minutes of regulation and two 10-minute overtimes, North Carroll's Class 1A-2A West region playoff opener against North Hagerstown came down to penalty kicks.That's when Kristen Finch's goal gave the Panthers a clinching 3-1 win in the penalty kicks and a 5-4 win over the Hubs at South Hagerstown Stadium.Chiara Deiaco and Jen Rongione also scored in the penalty-kick session for the Panthers, while goalie Teresa Mays turned back three shots.The Panthers (5-8) appeared to be breezing along with a 3-0 lead early in the second half when things got interesting.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 29, 2005
Courtney Reardon scored her third sudden-death goal of the season with 1:47 left in the 10-minute, seven-on-seven overtime period to lead the No. 5 Mount Hebron field hockey team past No. 6 Century, 1-0, yesterday. Megan Bosica started the play with a perfectly paced free hit from the top of the circle that Sarah Cates redirected to Reardon off the right post. Left unmarked, Reardon easily slipped the ball past keeper Hope Ellis. The visiting Vikings (7-0) outshot the Knights 10-3 in regulation, but the Knights (7-2)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 11, 2001
The fact that the Archbishop Spalding girls soccer team won its first game of the season yesterday wasn't a reason to go wild for senior midfielder Meg Cowen. In fact, after the host Cavaliers shut out Liberty, 3-0, in Severn, Cowen said she wasn't even surprised by the outcome. "We're a good team," said Cowen, who scored what would prove to be the game-winning goal. "We always have the confidence that we're going to win. Sometimes it just doesn't go our way." Things hadn't been going Archbishop Spalding's way before yesterday.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2010
COLLEGE PARK — Maryland entered Saturday night's game desperately seeking a signature win to crown its turnaround season. The Terrapins had it all set up — the biggest home crowd of the year and a formidable opponent in Florida State that had won 18 of the previous 20 meetings and was trying to knock Maryland from contention in its Atlantic Coast Conference divisional race. But Maryland failed on a last-minute attempt to tie or win the game before falling, 30-16. The Terps were eliminated from the Atlantic Division hunt with one regular-season game remaining.
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 20, 2010
The defenders for fifth-ranked Glenelg made sure they kept a close watch on Middletown's explosive forwards, Jacky Kessler and Jenna Caudle, in Saturday night's Class 2A state championship at UMBC. The duo combined for 45 goals this season, and despite the tight marking, Kessler provided a 1-0 lead early in the second half off a pass from Caudle. After the Gladiators fought back with a goal from Gretchen Gurganus, the Knights escaped with a 2-1 victory on a winner by Mackenzie Noel with eight minutes remaining.
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By From staff reports | February 28, 2010
Senior midfielder Michael Kimmel scored an extra-man goal with 48 seconds remaining to break a 7-7 tie and lift the fifth-ranked Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team to an 8-7 win over Siena at Homewood Field this afternoon. The win, the ninth straight in the regular season for the Blue Jays, improves JHU's record to 3-0 on the year. The Saints fall to 0-2 with the loss. Hopkins held a three-goal lead early in the third quarter and led by a score of 7-5 with less than six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter before Siena's Chris Roth struck for back-to-back goals in a span of just over 80 seconds to draw the Saints even.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | September 26, 2009
Archbishop Spalding senior sweeper Kirsten Frank left the field at McDonogh on Friday more tired than usual. It turned out to be worthwhile exhaustion for the All-Metro standout. After Frank and the Cavaliers' defense continually shut down the Eagles' persistent attack, the visitors got an offensive spark from an unlikely source. Midfielder Francesca Springer scored with five minutes left to give No. 1 Spalding a 1-0 win over No. 2 McDonogh in a rematch of last year's Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship game.
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By From Baltimore Sun staff reports | September 12, 2009
Jeremy Kirkwood scored his second game-winner of the week as the top-ranked McDonogh boys soccer team beat Centennial, 2-1, on Friday at the McDonogh Challenge. In the first game, Archbishop Curley beat Perry Hall, 1-0. On Wednesday, Kirkwood scored the game-winner in double overtime against No. 2 Mount St. Joseph, and the Eagles (5-0) won 1-0. Mamadou Kansaye gave McDonogh a 1-0 lead at the 25-minute mark of the first half Friday. Centennial cleared the ball with three minutes left in the game, and McDonogh goalie Matt Sanchez knocked the shot down and was charged with an own goal.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | March 3, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- The celebration began early and continued for most of the last night's game against Clemson at Comcast Center. It started before tip-off with Senior Night festivities and grew along with what became a 20-point lead. Only one problem: The Tigers ruined the party and might have ruined Maryland's roller-coaster season in the process. Maryland@Virginia Sunday, 7:30 p.m., Comcast SportsNet, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM Records: Maryland (18-12, 8-7 ACC); Virginia (13-13, 3-10 ACC)
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By From Baltimore Sun staff reports | September 12, 2009
Jeremy Kirkwood scored his second game-winner of the week as the top-ranked McDonogh boys soccer team beat Centennial, 2-1, on Friday at the McDonogh Challenge. In the first game, Archbishop Curley beat Perry Hall, 1-0. On Wednesday, Kirkwood scored the game-winner in double overtime against No. 2 Mount St. Joseph, and the Eagles (5-0) won 1-0. Mamadou Kansaye gave McDonogh a 1-0 lead at the 25-minute mark of the first half Friday. Centennial cleared the ball with three minutes left in the game, and McDonogh goalie Matt Sanchez knocked the shot down and was charged with an own goal.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 3, 1999
Sophomore Matt Downs scored an extra-man goal with 4: 12 left in the game to give Mount St. Mary's the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's championship yesterday with a 6-5 win over three-time defending champion Fairfield at Fairfield, Conn.The Stags (8-7, 6-2) jumped to a two-goal lead in the third period before Trevor Harvey scored to pull the Mountaineers (10-5, 8-0) within one 10 seconds before the quarter break. Brian Cox's goal tied the game at 5 with 4: 50 left, setting the scene for Downs' game-winner.
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By Pete Warner and Pete Warner,Special to the Sun | November 4, 2007
ORONO, Maine -- With cold winds whipping rain across Morse Field yesterday, scoring opportunities were limited. So with Maine leading by a point and only 2:02 remaining in the game, Towson football coach Gordy Combs decided to go for a two-point conversion and the lead. Villanova@Towson Saturday, noon, 1570 AM
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