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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2013
For a few minutes on Saturday afternoon, St. Vincent Pallotti's Antonio Santoro was the most popular person on McDonogh's campus. Unfortunately for him and the No. 1 Eagles, it didn't last. Santoro lost a 6-1 decision in the championship match at 285 pounds to Good Counsel's Jemal Averette, giving the Falcons the three points they needed to pass host McDonogh to win their first-ever A Division team championship at the Maryland Independent Schools state tournament. The Falcons accumulated 266 points en route to the win, besting McDonogh's total of 264.5 points.
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By Mike Frainie and For The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2013
TK Megonigal McDonogh, freshman, 106 pounds * Finished with a 38-9 record, including 15 pins, this season * Won the MIAA A Conference title * Won the Maryland Independent Schools title * Eagles coach Pete Welch said he never gets rattled and always stayed poised on the mat Ryan Friedman St. Paul's, sophomore, 113 pounds * Went 49-6 this season, and his career record is 94-15 * Won the MIAA A Conference and...
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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2013
For a few minutes on Saturday afternoon, St. Vincent Pallotti's Antonio Santoro was the most popular person on McDonogh's campus. Unfortunately for him and the No. 1 Eagles, it didn't last. Santoro lost a 6-1 decision in the championship match at 285 pounds to Good Counsel's Jemal Averette, giving the Falcons the three points they needed to pass host McDonogh to win their first-ever A Division team championship at the Maryland Independent Schools state tournament. The Falcons accumulated 266 points en route to the win, besting McDonogh's total of 264.5 points.
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March 23, 2012
Zeke Salvo Perry Hall, sophomore, 106 pounds •Went 36-2 •Baltimore County and Class 4A-3A state champion •Versatile athlete also plays soccer •Carries a 3.8 GPA and is a National Honor Society member Corey Huntley Archbishop Curley, sophomore, 113 pounds •Swept the MIAA, Maryland Independent Schools state titles •Won the championship in...
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March 23, 2002
Who's hot Oregon's Lukes: Luke Ridnour scored 25 and Luke Jackson had 20 in the Ducks' victory over Texas. Who's not Kent Williams: Southern Illinois' leading scorer was held to seven points in the Salukis' loss to Connecticut. He said it "Since we both know we can both shoot, I think it will come down to which team plays defense." Hollis Price, Oklahoma guard, on today's West Regional final against Mis souri. The Sooners have beaten the Tigers eight straight since 1997.
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By Mike Frainie and For The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2013
TK Megonigal McDonogh, freshman, 106 pounds * Finished with a 38-9 record, including 15 pins, this season * Won the MIAA A Conference title * Won the Maryland Independent Schools title * Eagles coach Pete Welch said he never gets rattled and always stayed poised on the mat Ryan Friedman St. Paul's, sophomore, 113 pounds * Went 49-6 this season, and his career record is 94-15 * Won the MIAA A Conference and...
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By Gerard Shields and Gerard Shields,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1998
A Baltimore police lieutenant said he told city Police Commissioner Thomas C. Frazier that the department's 1993 crime statistics were unreliable months before Frazier used the figures to report that city shootings dropped "nearly 60 percent" from 1993 to 1997.Before the commissioner's re-confirmation hearing in April 1996 and almost a year before the department announced the shooting decrease early last year, Lt. Wesley Wise told Frazier he was uncomfortable with the crime data, Wise said.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 10, 1990
Japan in 1600 -- when "Shogun, The Musical" takes place -- must have seemed exotic to Westerners. But this new musical looks remarkably familiar. In large part, it looks like a Japanese "Les Miserables."Where "Les Mis" used a central turntable as a scenic device, "Shogun" uses a conveyor belt. And near the end of the first act, when the ensemble marches in a wedge formation with red flags flying, "Shogun" -- currently playing a pre-Broadway run at the Kennedy Center -- looks like a kimono-clad version of "Red and Black," the crowd-rallying number in "Les Mis."
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2011
The wrestling season has taken a toll on Cole Gallagher's 5-foot-6, 112-pound frame. In addition to the ever-present bumps and bruises, the senior for top-ranked Archbishop Spalding has battled through an ankle injury he suffered at the War at the Shore in December. But Gallagher now feels fully healed and is ready to defend his title at this weekend's Maryland Independent Schools State Tournament at McDonogh. Gallagher is on track after advancing to Saturday's semifinals with an 8-0 victory over Devin Davis of John Carroll.
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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2013
Host McDonogh holds a slim lead over Good Counsel after the first day of the Maryland Independent Schools Wrestling tournament. No. 1 McDonogh leads all schools with 142 points. The Eagles are followed by Good Counsel (139.5), No. 3 John Carroll (113.5), Georgetown Prep (110.5), and No. 6 Archbishop Spalding (103.5). The Eagles placed nine wrestlers into Saturday's semifinals, which begin at 11:45a.m. Good Counsel has the second most with eight, followed by Georgetown Prep and John Carroll with seven apiece, and Archbishop Spalding with five.
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March 23, 2012
Zeke Salvo Perry Hall, sophomore, 106 pounds •Went 36-2 •Baltimore County and Class 4A-3A state champion •Versatile athlete also plays soccer •Carries a 3.8 GPA and is a National Honor Society member Corey Huntley Archbishop Curley, sophomore, 113 pounds •Swept the MIAA, Maryland Independent Schools state titles •Won the championship in...
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2012
No. 1 McDonogh earned titles from Jack Clark (145 pounds) and Roman Braglio (285) and captured the team championship at the Maryland Independent Schools state wrestling tournament Saturday, claiming the A Division title for the first time since 2008 by beating No. 3 Archbishop Spalding, 270.5-228.5. But even Eagles coach Pete Welch said it felt like the night belonged to A Division fourth-place finisher St. Paul's, which saw four of its five finalists win championships at the tournament held at McDonogh.
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By Sandra McKee and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 20, 2011
When Archbishop Spalding senior Charlie Lynch made his move to pin his opponent in the 145-pound class, some fans in the McDonogh gym couldn't believe what they were seeing. "What the heck is that?" asked one, as he watched the senior finish a run of perfection for his second Maryland Independent School state wrestling crown. Lynch, ranked No. 6 nationally by Wrestling USA, grinned when he later heard of the comment. "It's a defensive pin," said Lynch, whose pin seemed to put an exclamation point on the season for the new MIS state champion Cavaliers.
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2011
The wrestling season has taken a toll on Cole Gallagher's 5-foot-6, 112-pound frame. In addition to the ever-present bumps and bruises, the senior for top-ranked Archbishop Spalding has battled through an ankle injury he suffered at the War at the Shore in December. But Gallagher now feels fully healed and is ready to defend his title at this weekend's Maryland Independent Schools State Tournament at McDonogh. Gallagher is on track after advancing to Saturday's semifinals with an 8-0 victory over Devin Davis of John Carroll.
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By Todd Karpovich and Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 21, 2010
Before the season, there were some questions surrounding the Mount St. Joseph wrestling program after its coach decided to step down and three key wrestlers transferred. However, Paul Triplett, who previously won 10 consecutive Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference titles as the Gaels' coach, returned, and Mount St. Joseph proceeded to dominate opponents. The top-ranked Gaels continued their reign Saturday by winning their second consecutive Maryland Independent Schools State Wrestling Tournament at McDonogh, finishing with 256 points, ahead of Georgetown Prep (205)
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | April 15, 2004
The latest tour of Les Miserables to arrive in Baltimore is comparable to its many predecessors in almost every respect - except one. This time around the show is at the newly refurbished Hippodrome instead of the Mechanic Theatre. The difference does more than put a new picture frame on Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg's musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel. It also alters the audience's experience of the show. In many ways, the Mechanic was an ideal venue for Les Mis. Not only was it one of the smaller theaters that the large touring show played, but with its severe concrete walls, the theater turned this tale of fugitive Jean Valjean into an almost environmental experience.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun reporter | February 18, 2007
Not only did Boys' Latin 171-pound wrestler Grady Gamble sport his old Golden Ring junior league uniform, but in winning last night's Maryland Independent Schools title, 7-3, over St. James' Jimmy Sutch, he performed many of the moves he learned from his then-coach Tom DiCarlo, who died Feb. 10. "Much of what I did, he taught me," said Gamble, who improved his record to 32-2. "He's the best coach I've ever had." Host McDonogh (266 points) won its second straight title by crowning Nick Schenk (103)
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By Leonard Pitts Jr | October 21, 2007
"La gente dice que Earl Stewart lo hizo solo por el poderoso dolar." (People say Earl Stewart did it only for the almighty dollar.) "El dice que tienen razon." (He says they're right.) What's that? The subtitles are distracting? Fine, I'll stop. But the point here is, all Mr. Stewart wanted to do was sell Toyotas. It's something he's been doing for 33 years as the proprietor of Earl Stewart Toyota in Palm Beach County, Fla. Then he hit upon an idea he thought might expand his market: Spanish-language commercials with English subtitles.
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