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January 4, 2008
On January 2, 2008, MONTE E. HAND of Eastern Pkwy. On Saturday, Celebration of Life will be at 12 noon, in New Union Baptist Church, 510 N. Monroe St. Services entrusted to HARI P. CLOSE FUNERAL SERVICE, P.A., 410-327-3100.
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Sun reports via Maryland Jockey Club | May 11, 2014
When Rosie Napravnik ventures to Pimlico Race Course to ride Bayern in Saturday's 139th running of the Preakness, the 26-year-old riding star can expect an emotional homecoming. A familiar face will not be there to greet her. Trainer Dickie Small, who gave her a leg up on her very first winner, died April 4. "There'll be a void at Pimlico," said Napravnik, who guided the Small-trained Ringofdiamonds to victory at Pimlico in her first career ride on June 9, 2005. "When I ride in big races and do well, he's one of the first people I think of. I know how proud of me he would be. " Small's presence will be missed next weekend, but Napravnik can expect a lot of support from family and friends at Pimlico as she attempts to realize a schoolgirl's dream of someday winning the Preakness, as well as the Kentucky Derby.
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NEWS
May 13, 2009
On May 8, 2009 MONTE LaFAVORS. On Thursday, friends may call at VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES (RANDALLSTOWN), 8728 Liberty Road from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. On Friday, the family will receive friends at the Vaughn C. Greene Chapel-Randallstown from 11:00 to 11:30 A.M. with services to follow. Inquiries to (410)655-0015
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2013
In 2012, his first season with Towson, Monte Gaddis tied for the team lead in sacks and tied for second in tackles. But the 21-year-old inside linebacker didn't have an interception in his college career until the third quarter of last week's 49-7 rout of Holy Cross. "I had a few tipped balls last year that I didn't capitalize on," Gaddis said, with a chuckle. "It was a great feeling. It was a great feeling to get off the field and help my team out. It was a great feeling, my first one. " Gaddis may not excel at intercepting passes, but that's not what the No. 4 Tigers - who play Delaware State in their home opener Saturday - need from the senior.
NEWS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | February 3, 1991
Monte Spencer, the muscular, mild-mannered heavyweight from Oakland Mills High School, seems to have his wrestling role down pat."I'ma captain. I have to lead by example by working hard in practice andin dual meets and tournaments," says the 6-foot, 215-pound junior. "By the time it's my turn (to wrestle), everybody else is usually tired and ready to go home. And I've got to give them something to cheer about."And so he has, as a peek at Spencer's 21-1 record reveals. Of his21 victims, Spencer has pinned 18, including 12 in the first period,earning him the No. 1 spot in the heavyweight division in the lateststate rankings.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 29, 2003
Stephanie Monte showed why she's one of the area's top pitchers, striking out 10 and allowing just three hits as No. 13 Dulaney scored a 1-0 victory over visiting Eastern Tech yesterday. Monte has been nearly unhittable this season for Dulaney (9-0). The senior has allowed just one unearned run in 40 innings pitched. Monte's great fastball and location kept the Mavericks batters off-balance. Two of Eastern Tech's hits were infield singles, and the Mavericks didn't get a ball into the outfield until the sixth.
SPORTS
By Mike Keegan and Mike Keegan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 8, 2003
When Dulaney pitcher Stephanie Monte shut out Catonsville in a blowout win earlier this season, Comets hurler Amanda Fefel wasn't on the mound. So both teams expected yesterday's Baltimore County championship at Dulaney to be a different story. Monte dominated again, throwing seven no-hit innings. But Fefel pitched seven shutout innings as well, extending the game. And in the eighth, with the International Tiebreaker Rule in effect, the Comets' bats warmed up and Catonsville earned its first-ever Baltimore County title, 4-1. "I think [Fefel's]
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | May 20, 2003
The Dulaney softball team is two games away from presenting its coach Mourine White with the best possible retirement present. The 14th-ranked Lions inched closer to their first state title yesterday as senior Stephanie Monte out-dueled Fallston's All-Metro pitcher Heather Donhauser in the Lions' 3-1 victory over the host Cougars in the Class 3A North championship game. Dulaney (15-1) will play Calvert, the Class 3A South champ, today at 5:30 p.m. at Randazzo Park in the state semifinals.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | April 28, 2002
The Dulaney softball team surprised many last season by reaching the Class 4A state final. It's safe to say that no one is taking the Lions lightly this season. They reinforced that point with a 6-2 victory over host Eastern Tech yesterday in Baltimore. The Lions, who moved down to 3A this season, improved to 9-3 and took a step closer to clinching one of the top four seeds in the North Region - which includes No. 9 Fallston and No. 10 Franklin. Last season, Dulaney fell to eventual state champion Westminster, 1-0, despite owning a 12-11 record.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | October 3, 1996
Monte Graves finishes what he starts on and off the football field. While opponents may view the 6-foot-2, 240-pound linebacker/guard as a devil, Graves always has wanted to be a Saint.Quick and strong (he bench-presses 330 pounds), Graves is a Saint with horns as he delivers a crunching hit or clogs up a hole with his sculptured physique. He means business with a helmet on and knows what he wants out of life."I want to play Division I football and eventually have my job revolve around football as a player, coach or maybe a sports [medicine]
FEATURES
By Jill Rosen, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2013
The story of Monte and Patrice Sanders just might be the classic fitness fairy tale. Girl hires trainer. Sparks fly over sit-ups. Trainer turns boyfriend, then fiance, then husband. Healthy, happily ever after. As Baltimore's newest power couple approach their first anniversary, they're closer than ever, indulging in candid displays of public affection, embarking on projects together, thinking about expanding their family and, after a fairly hushed courtship, talking about how a news anchor fell for a celebrity trainer.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2013
Booth, the younger of two brothers in Suzan-Lori Parks' cauterizing play “Topdog/Underdog,” being given a trenchant Baltimore premiere by Everyman Theatre, is determined to perfect the old con game, three-card monte. As he rehearses his spiel before an imaginary audience of potential marks, Booth spouts a rapid-fire mantra, “You pick that card, you pick a loser.” His hands never really move quite fast enough, smooth enough, but that doesn't deter him - he's already decided to change his name to “3-Card” - or dent his contempt for all those supposed losers who will soon lay in his path.
EXPLORE
August 7, 2012
The Roger Carter Seals sent 18 swimmers to the Bel Air Swim and Racquet Club July 28 to compete in the Prince-Mont Swim League All Stars meet. To qualify, swimmers either had to win the final heat at Divisionals or post one of the top 18 times in a stroke or relay during league competition. The Prince-Mont Swim League contains eight divisions with 40 teams. Seal swimmers who qualified were Jocelyn Choo, Ethan Doan, Mason Doan, Tien Doan, Hannah Green, Zach Grissom, Kevin Hu, Shannon Hochkeppel, Troy Hochkeppel, Anand Iyer, Andrew Li, Anna Li, Maria Liu, Katherine Joseph, Dillon Phamdo, Trueman Phamdo, Jeffrey Tse, Ashley Wong, Joseph Wong, Emily Xu, Hannah Zhang and Sarah Zhang.
TRAVEL
By Stephanie Citron, Special to The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2011
Ravens cornerback Chris Carr is everywhere, all at once. He had played in 97 straight games before being injured in this year's season opener, where he was part of a defense that forced a franchise-record seven turnovers in a 35-7 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. On the field, Carr is praised for his initiative, versatility and camaraderie with his teammates. Off the field, he's spent time interning at a law firm, a profession he plans to pursue after football. Last winter, the engaging political science major from Boise State was presented with the media's Good Guy Award for his accessibility and candor.
EXPLORE
July 27, 2011
In the final weekend of the Prince-Mont Swim League season, Russett and West Arundel placed second in their divisional meets July 23, while Laurel City battled tough to earn a third-place finish in Division F. Silver Spring (Division A) and Montpelier (Division C) each placed fifth in their divisions, while West Laurel placed sixth in Division B. Swimmers who placed first in their divisional competition received an automatic bid to compete in the league's all-star meet July 30 atWhitehall Pool and Tennis, in Bowie.
EXPLORE
July 20, 2011
After a 2010 season where they did not finish at the top of their division, Russett found its path back to the peak July 16 after finishing the regular season of the Prince-Mont Swim League undefeated, just as they did in 2008 and 2009. West Arundel was the only other local team to win in the final weekend, while Silver Spring, Montpelier, Laurel City, and West Laurel all suffered bitter defeats. In the final regular-season meet, the Russett Sharks defeated host Fort Washington, 305.5-269.5, to finish the season a perfect 5-0 in Division D. Triple winners for the Sharks were Lauren Ritter, girls 11-12, 50 fly, 50 back, 100 individual medley; Allison Ritter, girls 9-10, 50 free, 25 breast, 25 back; Everett Butler, boys 13-14, 50 fly, 50 free, 50 back; and Taylor Hicks, girls 15-18, 50 fly, 50 breast, 100 IM. Hicks completed the regular season with a perfect record herself.
NEWS
By Tanya Jones and Tanya Jones,SUN STAFF | January 24, 1996
Rosana and Annabell Monte of Fort Meade will have plenty of news to tell their husband and father, Evelio, when he calls again from Sarajevo.As the family of a staff sergeant deployed in the NATO peacekeeping mission in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Montes were among those chosen to sit with Hillary Rodham Clinton as President Clinton delivered the State of the Union address last night."
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 23, 1998
A driver and members of her family remained hospitalized yesterday after a three-car crash that left an unidentified man dead -- trapped in his burning vehicle near Essex Community College.Police said the dead man was the driver of a speeding westbound 1985 Chevrolet Monte Carlo that crossed the center line on Rossville Boulevard, hitting the other two vehicles before it overturned and burst into flames about 9: 40 p.m. Friday.Six people -- all from the other vehicles -- were injured.Police said the Monte Carlo ran head-on into a 1987 Pontiac Bonneville driven by Gail Hopkins, 45, of the 2100 block Sunnythorn Road in Middle River.
NEWS
May 13, 2009
On May 8, 2009 MONTE LaFAVORS. On Thursday, friends may call at VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES (RANDALLSTOWN), 8728 Liberty Road from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. On Friday, the family will receive friends at the Vaughn C. Greene Chapel-Randallstown from 11:00 to 11:30 A.M. with services to follow. Inquiries to (410)655-0015
BUSINESS
By Baltimore Sun staff and news services | May 9, 2009
MISSOULA, Mont. -W.R. Grace & Co. and three former executives were acquitted Friday of federal charges that they knowingly allowed residents of northwestern Montana town to be exposed to asbestos from its vermiculite mine. Attorneys for some residents of the town of Libby blame tremolite asbestos from the vermiculite for about 2,000 cases of illness and about 225 deaths in and around the community. Miners carried asbestos home on their clothes, vermiculite used to cover school running tracks in Libby and some residents used vermiculite as mulch in their home gardens.
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