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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 18, 1996
Casey Musick (Cardinal Gibbons) scored 35 points to lead Salisbury State to a 121-102 Capital Athletic Conference win over Goucher yesterday at Maggs Center.The Sea Gulls (16-8, 12-2) got 24 points from Bill Lancaster and 14 apiece from John DeRitchie and Randy Clark. Clark also grabbed a game-high 12 rebounds.Tavar Witherspoon paced Goucher (15-9, 9-5) with 19 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists.
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By Jon Glass and Jon Glass,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | December 16, 2001
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Despite two high-profile, fatal shark attacks in September, the chance of being attacked by a shark along Virginia's shoreline remains extremely slim, according to a state task force investigating the incidents. There was no "rogue" shark involved in the two fatal shark attacks over Labor Day weekend at Sandbridge and Hatteras Island, N.C., task force members said. Sharks have plenty of food to eat and have not begun preying on humans. And, while shark populations remain severely distressed because of past overfishing, they are not suddenly lurking in larger numbers off the beach, the task force believes.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 11, 1996
Casey Musick scored 43 points, including 19 in the two overtimes, to lead visiting Salisbury State to a 122-114 triumph over Mary Washington in a Capital Athletic Conference game.The Sea Gulls (14-8, 10-2) went on a 10-2 run to start the second overtime, with Musick scoring the first eight, including all six of his free throws.Salisbury State overcame a 17-point deficit at 64-47, tying the game at 91 with 35 seconds left on a three-pointer by Musick. The Eagles (5-16, 4-8) were paced by Dave Mahoney, who had 16 of his career-high 24 points in the first four minutes of the second half.
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By Heather Dewar and Heather Dewar,SUN STAFF | June 20, 2001
The bodies of nearly 200 rare, federally protected sea turtles have washed up near the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay and along Maryland's Atlantic coast in the past four weeks. Worried federal fishery managers imposed emergency restrictions on some Virginia fishing nets, beginning today. The turtles began washing up on the region's shores in late May, said Jack Musick, head of the Virginia Sea Turtle Stranding Network. Most are loggerheads, protected by the Endangered Species Act, which lists them as threatened with extinction.
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By Bob Clark | December 22, 1990
Senior guard Casey Musick hit a three-point field goal with four seconds remaining to lift No. 6-ranked Cardinal Gibbons past No. 2 Southern, 63-60, and into first place in Division II of the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference at Gibbons last night.The loss was the first in four MSA games for the defending conference champion Bulldogs (3-3 overall). Cardinal Gibbons improved to 2-0 in the MSA and 6-2 overall.Southern, playing without senior point guard David Cason, who suffered an ankle injury in practice Thursday, had battled from as many as 12 points behind through most of the game.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 25, 1996
SALISBURY -- Casey Musick (Cardinal Gibbons) scored 23 points to lead five players in double figures yesterday as Salisbury State defeated Marymount, 93-81, in the championship game of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament. The Sea Gulls (19-8) earned an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III tournament.Salisbury State will be making its fourth trip to the NCAA tournament and its first since in four years. The entire 64-team field will be announced today.Salisbury State raced out to an early 23-6 advantage over the first five minutes and built its lead to 19 points midway through the first half.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF Sun staff writers Caitlin Francke, Dana Hedgpeth, Dan Morse and Michael James contributed to this article | September 23, 1997
The suspect charged with kidnapping a 21-year-old Columbia woman threatened to shoot one of her neighbors as she tried unsuccessfully to elude him Friday, according to federal and Howard County court documents.John Robert Righter allegedly approached Stephanie Musick at 8: 45 a.m. Friday, as she left her house in Columbia's River Hill community to go to work. After a brief argument, Musick walked to the home of a neighbor to ask him for help, saying she was feeling sick and asking if she could come into his house.
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | May 27, 1998
Sitting near her alleged kidnapper yesterday for the first time since she was abducted at gunpoint from her Columbia home, Stephanie Musick described a harrowing 19 hours when she feared for her life but stayed cool enough to help police find them.The 21-year-old woman detailed how John Righter, a former Sears, Roebuck and Co. co-worker who was infatuated with her, allegedly pulled a gun and drove her, handcuffed and terrified, to Ohio."I said, 'John, please, I am so scared. Are you going to hurt me?
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Dana Hedgpeth contributed to this article | September 21, 1997
Stephanie Musick, the 21-year-old Columbia woman who was kidnapped at gunpoint in front of her house Friday morning, returned home yesterday after being found unharmed in Ohio.The man suspected of abducting her, John Robert Righter, 22, of the 5000 block of Green Mountain Circle in Columbia was arrested by Englewood, Ohio, police.He was being held on kidnapping charges, and he faces assault and weapons charges.Police said they did not know why the suspect drove to Ohio. They said he will be extradited to Maryland tomorrow.
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | May 28, 1998
Columbia resident John R. Righter was convicted yesterday of forcing a former co-worker into his vehicle and driving her handcuffed to Ohio in a case of infatuation turned obsession.The verdict came after Righter presented no evidence in his defense, leaving Stephanie Musick's gripping testimony about her 19-hour abduction virtually unchallenged. Howard Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney found Righter, 22, guilty of eight counts, including kidnapping, false imprisonment and assault.Sentencing is scheduled July 31. The kidnapping charge alone carries a maximum sentence of 30 years.
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By MIKE BOWLER and MIKE BOWLER,SUN STAFF | September 3, 2000
MARK D. MUSICK greeted the 1998 national assessment scores last year with an optimistic prediction that reading performance across the nation would improve quickly. If that didn't happen, said the chairman of the National Assessment Governing Board, he'd be "surprised and disappointed," because there was so much interest in reading improvement in so many places. Musick was in Baltimore on Wednesday, a few days after release of the 1999 scores. "At the moment, I'm surprised and disappointed," he said.
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | May 28, 1998
Columbia resident John R. Righter was convicted yesterday of forcing a former co-worker into his vehicle and driving her handcuffed to Ohio in a case of infatuation turned obsession.The verdict came after Righter presented no evidence in his defense, leaving Stephanie Musick's gripping testimony about her 19-hour abduction virtually unchallenged. Howard Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney found Righter, 22, guilty of eight counts, including kidnapping, false imprisonment and assault.Sentencing is scheduled for July 31. The kidnapping charge alone carries a maximum sentence of 30 years.
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | May 28, 1998
Columbia resident John R. Righter was convicted yesterday of forcing a former co-worker into his vehicle and driving her handcuffed to Ohio in a case of infatuation turned obsession.The verdict came after Righter presented no evidence in his defense, leaving Stephanie Musick's gripping testimony about her 19-hour abduction virtually unchallenged. Howard Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney found Righter, 22, guilty of eight counts, including kidnapping, false imprisonment and assault.Sentencing is scheduled July 31. The kidnapping charge alone carries a maximum sentence of 30 years.
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | May 27, 1998
Sitting near her alleged kidnapper yesterday for the first time since she was abducted at gunpoint from her Columbia home, Stephanie Musick described a harrowing 19 hours when she feared for her life but stayed cool enough to help police find them.The 21-year-old woman detailed how John Righter, a former Sears, Roebuck and Co. co-worker who was infatuated with her, allegedly pulled a gun and drove her, handcuffed and terrified, to Ohio."I said, 'John, please, I am so scared. Are you going to hurt me?
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1997
A Howard County District Court commissioner set bail at $250,000 last night for John Robert Righter, the man accused of assaulting and abducting a woman outside her Columbia home last month.Righter, 22, was returned to Maryland from Ohio yesterday to face state and federal charges stemming from the abduction of 21-year-old college student Stephanie Musick.Dressed in baggy, loose-fitting jeans, worn work boots and a dirty white T-shirt, Righter was questioned by Howard police detectives about his alleged involvement in the abduction before he appeared before Court Commissioner John H. Lewis Jr. at the District Court building in Ellicott City last night.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | September 24, 1997
John Robert Righter, 22, the man accused of kidnapping and assaulting a woman outside her Columbia home, waived his right to an extradition hearing in Ohio yesterday and will be returned to Maryland.Howard County police spokesman Sgt. Steven Keller said Righter likely will be moved from Ohio to the Howard County Detention Center within 10 days. Until then, he remains in a Montgomery County (Ohio) jail in Dayton without bail.Righter made no statements about the events of Friday during his brief hearing yesterday before Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge John Kessler.
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