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March 15, 1998
Opponent: Montreal ImpactSite: Molson Centre, MontrealTime: 4: 05 p.m.Radio: WCBM (680 AM)Outlook: The Spirit has lost six in a row, and the only way out of the tailspin appears to be the conclusion of the regular season after four more games. The Impact, completing a three-game weekend, has played well under new coach Paul Kitson, defeating St. Louis twice and Milwaukee while going 7-2. The Spirit, 1-17 on the road, led Montreal 9-0 two weeks ago in Baltimore but ended up losing, 17-13.Pub Date: 3/15/98
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Sports Digest | June 12, 2014
Colleges Interim tag removed from Cornell lacrosse's Kerwick Cornell announced that Matt Kerwick has been named full-time head coach. Kerwick, who served in the position on an interim basis during the 2014 season, led the Big Red to a national-best 9-0 start and an appearance in the NCAA tournament. Kerwick, a former associate head coach at Georgetown, played in the now-defunct Major Indoor Lacrosse League from 1991 through 1996, earning the Baltimore Thunder's Unsung Hero award twice More men's lacrosse: Massachusetts Lowell, which in 2015 will play its first season in Division I, announced that attackman Noah Ryan (Manchester Valley)
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February 27, 1998
Opponent: Montreal ImpactSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 7: 35Radio: WCBM (680 AM)Outlook: After a pair of losses last weekend ended its five-game home win streak, the Spirit (10-22) can't afford a setback against the Impact (9-20), especially facing five straight games on the road, where the team is just 1-14. Hopes of catching Cincinnati (12-18) for the last spot in the American Conference playoffs are fading fast, although Cincinnati starts a tough three-game road trip tonight in Kansas City and also has won just one road game.
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Sports Digest | May 18, 2014
Et cetera Schmitt wins 400 freestyle in Charlotte Olympic gold medalist Allison Schmitt won the women's 400-meter freestyle with a time of 4 minutes, 8.65 seconds on Saturday at the Arena Grand Prix in Charlotte, N.C. Schmitt outpaced North Baltimore Aquatic Club teammate Gillian Ryan , who was second in 4:09.10, and Leah Smith (4:09.13). NBAC's Conor Dwyer was second in the men's 400 freestyle; he touched the wall in 3:50.23, behind Conor Jaeger (3:48.89)
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September 16, 1998
Nine Saturday games, including the opener against the Harrisburg Heat Oct. 24, will highlight the home schedule of the Baltimore Blast this season, the city's 18th in professional indoor soccer.It's the first year back for the Blast, under the ownership of Ed Hale, who purchased the franchise from Bill Stealey, owner of the Spirit the previous six seasons.The team, under the leadership of coach and general manager Kevin Healey, also will play eight Friday night games at the Baltimore Arena.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 30, 1999
Starting tomorrow, the Blast gets the rest of the year off, but first there is the matter of trying to finish 1999 on a hot streak.The Montreal Impact brings a three-game winning streak, a Central Division-best 10-5 record and an athletic squad to Baltimore Arena for a 7: 35 game tonight. The Blast, on top of the East at 10-7, will be playing its third game in five days."This is a big game for us," Blast coach Kevin Healey said. "Montreal is a hot team."But the Impact is no hotter than the Blast, which has won four in a row after victories in Harrisburg (19-17)
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November 12, 1994
BaseballColorado Rockies -- Named Paul Egins assistant director of player personnel.BasketballChicago Bulls -- Placed C Luc Longley on the injured list with a stress fracture in his lower left leg; activated F Jud Buechler.Milwaukee Bucks -- Hired former Johns Hopkins basketball player Andy Enfield as a shooting consultant.Minnesota Timberwolves -- Placed G Micheal Williams on the injured list with a heel injury; signed G Winston Garland.San Antonio Spurs -- Placed G Vinny Del Negro on the injured list with a stress reaction in his right fibula.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | February 18, 2000
The Blast and Montreal Impact head into tonight's 7: 30 game at Baltimore Arena with identical 17-11 records -- fitting, because the teams may be the most alike in the National Professional Soccer League. Unlike most league teams, both teams have not depended on one or two dominant scorers; instead, they have been getting contributions from players throughout their respective rosters. Neither team has a player who has reached 100 points on the season, but each has six players with at least 45 points.
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From Sun staff | October 18, 2011
Less than a week before they open training camp, the Blast have added three players to its roster for the 2011-12 season. Matt Watson (UMBC) returns for his fifth season with the Blast while fellow forward Warren Ukah is back for his second year in Baltimore. They're joined by midfielder-defender Stephen DeRoux. "We are excited to announce the return of Watson and Ukah as well as the addition of DeRoux," Blast coach Danny Kelly said in a statement. "Matt's strength, versatility and pace have made him an integral part of the team, and Warren provides us with a quality target forward with toughness and skill who continues to get better.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2000
The last time the Blast went to Montreal, it turned in one of its worst defensive performances of the season. Asked what the team can do to come away with a win there tonight, Blast goalkeeper Scott Hileman simply said, "We can't give up as many goals as we did the last time." Fair and accurate enough considering the Blast gave up a season-high 22 points in a two-point loss in Montreal on Jan. 16. The defeat ended a seven-game winning streak. Beforehand, the team got caught in a snowstorm and arrived less than an hour before kickoff.
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Sports Digest | August 19, 2013
Track and field Centrowitz wins silver in 1,500 at worlds Annapolis native and Broadneck graduate Matthew Centrowitz won a silver medal Sunday at the World Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Moscow by finishing the 1,500-meter run in 3minutes, 36.78 seconds. Centrowitz, who won a bronze in the 1,500 at the 2011 World Championships, joins Bernard Lagat as the only U.S. men to win two medals in the 1,500 meters at the World Championships. Centrowitz finished a half-second behind Asbel Kiprop of Kenya, who defended his title and took the gold in 3:36.28.
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Sports Digest | August 4, 2013
Youth baseball The Berlin Little League All Stars, who have won three straight Maryland Little League Championships, took the opening game of the East Region of the Little League World Series on Friday, 5-4, against East Greenwich, N.J. Tristan McDonough led the way at the plate and on the mound, driving in two runs on two hits and allowing just one hit and one earned run in two innings of relief. Berlin never trailed, as East Greenwich could not come back from a three-run third-inning deficit.
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From Sun staff | October 18, 2011
Less than a week before they open training camp, the Blast have added three players to its roster for the 2011-12 season. Matt Watson (UMBC) returns for his fifth season with the Blast while fellow forward Warren Ukah is back for his second year in Baltimore. They're joined by midfielder-defender Stephen DeRoux. "We are excited to announce the return of Watson and Ukah as well as the addition of DeRoux," Blast coach Danny Kelly said in a statement. "Matt's strength, versatility and pace have made him an integral part of the team, and Warren provides us with a quality target forward with toughness and skill who continues to get better.
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By Sports Digest | July 19, 2010
USSF D-2 soccer Second-half deflection gives Palace Baltimore key 2-1 win A shot from Shaun Pejic deflected off Andrew Marshall and into the net midway through the second half, and Crystal Palace Baltimore picked up a 2-1 road win Sunday afternoon over the Montreal Impact in front of an announced sellout crowd of 13,034 at Saputo Stadium. The Impact took the lead when Leonardo Di Lorenzo blasted home a shot past goalkeeper Evan Bush just three minutes into the contest.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | February 18, 2000
The Blast and Montreal Impact head into tonight's 7: 30 game at Baltimore Arena with identical 17-11 records -- fitting, because the teams may be the most alike in the National Professional Soccer League. Unlike most league teams, both teams have not depended on one or two dominant scorers; instead, they have been getting contributions from players throughout their respective rosters. Neither team has a player who has reached 100 points on the season, but each has six players with at least 45 points.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2000
The last time the Blast went to Montreal, it turned in one of its worst defensive performances of the season. Asked what the team can do to come away with a win there tonight, Blast goalkeeper Scott Hileman simply said, "We can't give up as many goals as we did the last time." Fair and accurate enough considering the Blast gave up a season-high 22 points in a two-point loss in Montreal on Jan. 16. The defeat ended a seven-game winning streak. Beforehand, the team got caught in a snowstorm and arrived less than an hour before kickoff.
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By Sports Digest | July 19, 2010
USSF D-2 soccer Second-half deflection gives Palace Baltimore key 2-1 win A shot from Shaun Pejic deflected off Andrew Marshall and into the net midway through the second half, and Crystal Palace Baltimore picked up a 2-1 road win Sunday afternoon over the Montreal Impact in front of an announced sellout crowd of 13,034 at Saputo Stadium. The Impact took the lead when Leonardo Di Lorenzo blasted home a shot past goalkeeper Evan Bush just three minutes into the contest.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 31, 1999
At the time when the request was made, in the midst of losing five out of its last six games, it seemed a little wishful for Blast coach Kevin Healey to ask his team to win its next five games. Yet, after a stifling second-half defensive performance, that is exactly what the Blast has done after beating the Montreal Impact, 11-9, last night in front of 4,472 at Baltimore Arena. Healey made the request when most coaches would have been begging for just one win instead of five. But Healey recognized the importance of ending 1999 with a heavy dose of confidence and momentum.
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