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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | November 16, 1997
The kill shot from Glenelg's Kim Laws landed as it should have -- on the floor. Unfortunately, Laws finished the play the same way -- on the floor, her face in pain as she held her left ankle.It happened in the fourth game of yesterday's Class 1A state championship against Mount Savage at Catonsville Coummunity College. The Gladiators, trailing by a game, led at the time, 8-7.Glenelg gamely built the lead to 12-8, but -- as it can in volleyball -- the momentum quickly changed. Mount Savage began to win point after point.
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February 3, 2014
Madison Grace Mathews, 7 pounds, 12 ounces was born to Corey and Megan Mathews on Oct. 23 at the Western Maryland Health System in Cumberland. Grandparents are Marty and Cindy Kerr of White Hall; Bill and Michele Mayer of Mount Savage; and Dave and Brenda Mathews of Lavale. Great-grandparents are Ed Bartholme of White Hall and Frank and Doris Taccino of Frostburg.
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May 20, 1994
Today2 (3) Northern-Garrett at (2) Mount Savage, 3:45Class 1A North(4) Joppatowne at (1) Rising Sun, 3:301% (3) North East at (2) Hereford, 4Class 1A South(4) F. Scott Key at (1) Boonsboro, 3:45(3) Central at (2) Poolesville, 3:45Class 1A East(4) Pocomoke at (1) Easton, 3:45?3 (3) North Caroline at (2) Col. Richardson, 3:45TomorrowRegion semifinals$ at higher seeds, tba
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2002
MOUNT SAVAGE - Volunteer firefighters from all around this Allegany County mountain town returned last weekend to a chore they have repeated every Saturday since late October. All Saturday morning, they filled their tanker trucks with water from hydrants in nearby Corriganville and, one after the other, made the five-mile uphill drive back to Mount Savage. There, on a hillside above the town, they pumped their loads through 500 feet of fire hose, across a cow pasture into a 115,000-gallon cistern.
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February 3, 2014
Madison Grace Mathews, 7 pounds, 12 ounces was born to Corey and Megan Mathews on Oct. 23 at the Western Maryland Health System in Cumberland. Grandparents are Marty and Cindy Kerr of White Hall; Bill and Michele Mayer of Mount Savage; and Dave and Brenda Mathews of Lavale. Great-grandparents are Ed Bartholme of White Hall and Frank and Doris Taccino of Frostburg.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | May 30, 1993
FREDERICK -- Mike Fairbanks' double and two-run homer paced a 12-hit attack as Arundel won a record sixth state championship yesterday with an 11-2 win over Gaithersburg at McCurdy Field.The Wildcats (21-1), ranked No. 1 in the Baltimore area, won the Class 4A crown by beating the Washington area's top-ranked team.The Wildcats got a well-pitched game from junior right-hander Brandon Agamennone, but Fairbanks took the hitter's spotlight.Fairbanks, Arundel's unheralded right fielder, looked like the best hitter on a ballclub noted for its potent offense.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | November 14, 1997
Howard County has produced two state championship volleyball teams in the same season four times in the last six years.By late tomorrow afternoon, it very well could be five out of seven.Top-ranked Centennial and third-ranked Glenelg won state titles 1995 and have very good shots of repeating that success tomorrow in championship matches at Catonsville Community College. The Eagles (19-0) will play North Hagerstown (17-2) for the Class 2A crown at noon, followed at 2: 30 p.m. by the Gladiators (13-5)
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By From Staff Reports | November 18, 1991
Stump dump flare takes 13 hours to quellFifty firefighters from two counties battled 13 hours to quell a flame up at the Granite stump dump that started Saturday, the Baltimore County fire department said.Firefighters from both Baltimore and Howard counties sent companies to fight the fire at the controversial stump dump that has been smoldering since Feb. 2.A call came into Baltimore County Fire Communications at 8:08 p.m. Saturday, and the firefighters didn't leave the scene near the 8700 block of Dogwood Road until 10:45 a.m. Sunday, fire officials said.
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By From Staff Reports | May 30, 1993
Howard County's only state baseball champion was Glenelg in 1983 -- until yesterday.The hard-hitting Gladiators claimed the prize again by beating Rockville, 7-1, in the Class 2A championship game at McCurdy Field in Frederick. Glenelg's other Final Four appearances were in 1979 and 1989.Senior Glenelg right-hander Jeff Lewis (7-2) kept his slider on the corners to hold the Rams (14-6) to one run on five hits. He pitched a complete game and walked none.Glenelg (17-4) outscored its opponents, 192-63, for the season and 36-8 for the four-game playoffs.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | May 30, 1993
FREDERICK -- Until yesterday, Howard County's only previous state baseball title belonged to Glenelg in 1983.Make it two for the Gladiators.Glenelg claimed the top prize again yesterday by beating Rockville in the Class 2A championship game at McCurdy Field, 7-1. Glenelg's other final four appearances were in 1979 and 1989.Senior Glenelg right-hander Jeff Lewis (7-2) kept his slider on the corners and held the Rams to one run on five hits. He pitched a complete game and walked no one."I was nervous until we scored four runs in the sixth inning and then I relaxed a lot," Lewis said.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | November 16, 1997
The kill shot from Glenelg's Kim Laws landed as it should have -- on the floor. Unfortunately, Laws finished the play the same way -- on the floor, her face in pain as she held her left ankle.It happened in the fourth game of yesterday's Class 1A state championship against Mount Savage at Catonsville Coummunity College. The Gladiators, trailing by a game, led at the time, 8-7.Glenelg gamely built the lead to 12-8, but -- as it can in volleyball -- the momentum quickly changed. Mount Savage began to win point after point.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 16, 1997
Top-ranked Centennial earned its seventh state title and culminated its second straight unbeaten season with a 15-0, 15-7, 15-9 victory yesterday over North Hagerstown for the Class 2A state championship at Catonsville Community College.The Eagles (20-0) set a number of tournament records en route to winning their sixth title in the past seven years. Among them were 29 aces (13 yesterday, 16 in semifinal against Loch Raven); fewest points allowed, 22 (16 yesterday, six against Loch Raven)
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | November 14, 1997
Howard County has produced two state championship volleyball teams in the same season four times in the last six years.By late tomorrow afternoon, it very well could be five out of seven.Top-ranked Centennial and third-ranked Glenelg won state titles 1995 and have very good shots of repeating that success tomorrow in championship matches at Catonsville Community College. The Eagles (19-0) will play North Hagerstown (17-2) for the Class 2A crown at noon, followed at 2: 30 p.m. by the Gladiators (13-5)
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writers Dan Thanh Dang and Glenn Small contributed to this article | September 2, 1995
The springs have dried up in Mount Savage, and the people in the Allegany County mountain community may soon have to drive to Cumberland or Frostburg to do their laundry.Like a growing number of places in Maryland and throughout the Northeast, Mount Savage is facing a serious water shortage as one of the hottest, driest summers on record nears its end.Dan Williams, president of the Mount Savage Water Co., says all six springs that serve Mount Savage's 1,500 people have dried up, and its five 600- to 900-foot-deep wells are producing barely a third of their normal flow.
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May 20, 1994
Today2 (3) Northern-Garrett at (2) Mount Savage, 3:45Class 1A North(4) Joppatowne at (1) Rising Sun, 3:301% (3) North East at (2) Hereford, 4Class 1A South(4) F. Scott Key at (1) Boonsboro, 3:45(3) Central at (2) Poolesville, 3:45Class 1A East(4) Pocomoke at (1) Easton, 3:45?3 (3) North Caroline at (2) Col. Richardson, 3:45TomorrowRegion semifinals$ at higher seeds, tba
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | May 30, 1993
FREDERICK -- Mike Fairbanks' double and two-run homer paced a 12-hit attack as Arundel won a record sixth state championship yesterday with an 11-2 win over Gaithersburg at McCurdy Field.The Wildcats (21-1), ranked No. 1 in the Baltimore area, won the Class 4A crown by beating the Washington area's top-ranked team.The Wildcats got a well-pitched game from junior right-hander Brandon Agamennone, but Fairbanks took the hitter's spotlight.Fairbanks, Arundel's unheralded right fielder, looked like the best hitter on a ballclub noted for its potent offense.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 16, 1997
Top-ranked Centennial earned its seventh state title and culminated its second straight unbeaten season with a 15-0, 15-7, 15-9 victory yesterday over North Hagerstown for the Class 2A state championship at Catonsville Community College.The Eagles (20-0) set a number of tournament records en route to winning their sixth title in the past seven years. Among them were 29 aces (13 yesterday, 16 in semifinal against Loch Raven); fewest points allowed, 22 (16 yesterday, six against Loch Raven)
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2002
MOUNT SAVAGE - Volunteer firefighters from all around this Allegany County mountain town returned last weekend to a chore they have repeated every Saturday since late October. All Saturday morning, they filled their tanker trucks with water from hydrants in nearby Corriganville and, one after the other, made the five-mile uphill drive back to Mount Savage. There, on a hillside above the town, they pumped their loads through 500 feet of fire hose, across a cow pasture into a 115,000-gallon cistern.
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By From Staff Reports | May 30, 1993
Howard County's only state baseball champion was Glenelg in 1983 -- until yesterday.The hard-hitting Gladiators claimed the prize again by beating Rockville, 7-1, in the Class 2A championship game at McCurdy Field in Frederick. Glenelg's other Final Four appearances were in 1979 and 1989.Senior Glenelg right-hander Jeff Lewis (7-2) kept his slider on the corners to hold the Rams (14-6) to one run on five hits. He pitched a complete game and walked none.Glenelg (17-4) outscored its opponents, 192-63, for the season and 36-8 for the four-game playoffs.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | May 30, 1993
FREDERICK -- Until yesterday, Howard County's only previous state baseball title belonged to Glenelg in 1983.Make it two for the Gladiators.Glenelg claimed the top prize again yesterday by beating Rockville in the Class 2A championship game at McCurdy Field, 7-1. Glenelg's other final four appearances were in 1979 and 1989.Senior Glenelg right-hander Jeff Lewis (7-2) kept his slider on the corners and held the Rams to one run on five hits. He pitched a complete game and walked no one."I was nervous until we scored four runs in the sixth inning and then I relaxed a lot," Lewis said.
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