November 22, 1991
Ex-North County High soccer player Angela Farace scored the winning goal in Catonsville Community College's stunning 1-0 upset over Champlain, Ver., yesterday in the National Junior College Athletic Association Tournament in Mercer, N.J.Coached by North County faculty member and head girls lacrosse coach Tom Taylor, the Cardinals were a decided underdog against tournament favorite Champlain, who came into the game at 20-1.Taylor's crew, which includes a host of players from Anne ArundelCounty, meets host Mercer Community College at 11 a.m. today.
November 21, 1991
Three Anne Arundel Community College runners placed among the nation's top 50 in last Saturday's National Junior College Athletic Association Division II cross country championships in Wichita, Kan.Yvette Lee of Severna Park crossed the finish line in 21st place, while South River grad Kellie Smith came in 37th.Arundel alum Amy Henske rounded out the Pioneer trio with a 44th-place finish.More than 200 women competed in the championship races.Doug Murphy was AACC's lone competitor in the men's nationals and finished in the middle of the pack.
May 30, 1991
The northwest corridor of Baltimore County has become a hotbed for track and field. One of its products finally got his first national junior college title, and three others are after NCAA Division I honors in Eugene, Ore., this week.Randallstown's Jeff Campbell completed his career for Brevard (N.C.) College by winning the 10,000 meters and taking second at the National Junior College Athletic Association meet. The times, 31:17.41 and 15:08.71, weren't all that hot, but the setting was, as the field temperature at Odessa, Texas, soared well above 100 degrees.
March 1, 1991
Anne Arundel Community College had six players in double digits, while a gritty Ohio Valley C.C. team had only five players and was eliminated from the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Region XX Tournament by 131-100 last night at Anne Arundel.Thevictory puts the second-seeded Pioneers (25-6) in tomorrow's 4 p.m. semifinal at Allegany Community College in Cumberland against last night's winner between No. 3-seeded Frederick (19-12) and No. 6 Allegany-South (15-13).
February 5, 1991
Around the perimeter* AS ALWAYS, ALLEGANY: In search of its fifth trip to the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament in the last seven years, Allegany Community College is rolling along with a 24-2 record. The Trojans are favored to claim another Region XX crown.The top gun is Corey Wallace, a sophomore from Meade who is averaging a team-high 18.2 points. He is expected to get his two-year degree in May, and at 6 feet 6, he is going to give some recruiter a very big shooting guard.
November 30, 1990
Anne Arundel Community College sophomore sweeper Kevin Wise recently was chosen first-team National Junior College Athletic Association All-American.Wise, a Meade graduate, is the lone Region XX representative named to the first team."
October 17, 1990
Montgomery College-Rockville (14-0-1) made its No. 1 soccer ranking in the National Junior College Athletic Association poll stand up with a 2-1 victory over No. 14 Essex Community College (9-4-1) yesterday.This was another in a long line of physical struggles between these two rivals, but it will be remembered more for back-to-back mistakes by the respective goalkeepers.At the 67-minute mark, Rockville's Steve Gallant lofted a free kick from the 18-yard stripe. The ball curved around the near post into the goal, as keeper Jason Layfield, apparently thinking it was supposed to be an indirect kick, made no effort to make what would have been a relatively easy save.