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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff writer | 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).
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2013
The broken tree limbs and large puddles remain from Monday's storm, but forecasters are already looking ahead to more severe weather chances Wednesday and Thursday. Maryland is included in areas with about 15 percent chances of severe storms both afternoons, according to the Storm Prediction Center. On Wednesday, the prime risk for damaging winds and large hail is in the Ohio Valley. Parts of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio are being estimated to stand as much as a 45 percent chance of severe weather -- among the highest odds the storm center will assign a day in advance.
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SPORTS
March 11, 2000
Schools that have clinched automatic bids to the NCAA basketball tournaments: School Conference Men Appalachian State Southern Butler Mid. Coll. C. Conn. State Northeast Creighton Mo. Valley Gonzaga West Coast Iona MAAC Lafayette Patriot La.-Lafayette Sun Belt N.C.-Wilmington Colonial Penn Ivy Samford Trans America Ball State MAC SE Missouri State Ohio Valley Valparaiso Mid-Continent Winthrop Big South Women Connecticut Big East Dartmouth Ivy Duke Atlantic Coast Furman Southern Kent Mid-American Liberty Big South Oregon Pacific Purdue Big Ten St. Francis, Pa. Northeast St. Peter's MAAC San Diego West Coast Tennessee SEC Tennessee Tech Ohio Valley Tulane Conf.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2013
The storms that have ravaged Oklahoma and other Plains states the past few days could reach Maryland and the mid-Atlantic by Wednesday and Thursday, albeit weakened, according to the National Weather Service. The region faces slight risks of severe weather Wednesday and Thursday as a cold front moves toward the hot, humid air that has been settled over the region this week. The weather is still going to get more muggy before the cold front arrives, with highs possible in the lower 90s Wednesday and dew points nearing 70 degrees in Baltimore.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 4, 1998
If someone ever published a book about the life of Coppin State basketball star Danny Singletary, the title would have to be, "The Little Kid Who Could."Could stare down Arizona's All-America candidate Miles Simon last December.Could slay sixth-ranked South Carolina in the opening round of the NCAA tournament last March with a backbreaking three-point shot from the corner with just 1: 47 left.Could produce a miracle finish with 29 points against Maryland Eastern Shore in the opening round of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament last March.
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By Heather Dewar and Heather Dewar,SUN STAFF | June 11, 2002
Forecasters say air pollution levels will reach the code-red danger zone today for the first time this year, soaring high enough to be unhealthy for everyone by midafternoon. Hot weather is expected to push concentrations of ground-level ozone, the main ingredient in smog, to 128 parts per billion in Central Maryland. Forecaster Matthew G. Seybold of the state Department of the Environment said westerly winds are carrying pollutants from the Ohio Valley into the region, and ozone levels might remain high tomorrow.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2013
The broken tree limbs and large puddles remain from Monday's storm, but forecasters are already looking ahead to more severe weather chances Wednesday and Thursday. Maryland is included in areas with about 15 percent chances of severe storms both afternoons, according to the Storm Prediction Center. On Wednesday, the prime risk for damaging winds and large hail is in the Ohio Valley. Parts of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio are being estimated to stand as much as a 45 percent chance of severe weather -- among the highest odds the storm center will assign a day in advance.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2013
The storms that have ravaged Oklahoma and other Plains states the past few days could reach Maryland and the mid-Atlantic by Wednesday and Thursday, albeit weakened, according to the National Weather Service. The region faces slight risks of severe weather Wednesday and Thursday as a cold front moves toward the hot, humid air that has been settled over the region this week. The weather is still going to get more muggy before the cold front arrives, with highs possible in the lower 90s Wednesday and dew points nearing 70 degrees in Baltimore.
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By Sandy Grady | October 14, 1992
Girard, Ohio -- TOUGH guy, Bill Waldkirch. Big, gnarled hands. A face that's seen trouble. He raced sprint, stock and sports cars for 30 years until a tree, which he hit at 100-plus mph, retired him.Now he's hell-bent on patching up the wrecked candidacy of Ross Perot."
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 2, 1998
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Murray State president Kern Alexander fancies the small Kentucky school as potentially a Princeton of the South. Not in basketball, but in books. The Racers might be similar to the Tigers in another regard -- the little-known team most feared going into this year's NCAA tournament.There was still some doubt before yesterday's Ohio Valley Conference tournament final at the Nashville Arena about Murray State's viability as one of the 34 at-large teams had it lost to Tennessee State.
EXPLORE
August 19, 2011
Four National Division teams at the Cal Ripken World Series went into the last day of pool play with matching 2-1 records, knowing that a victory would earn them a spot in the tournament's elimination rounds, and a loss would mean a ticket home, and when the dust settled it was the Mid-Atlantic squad from Clifton Park, N.Y., and the Ohio Valley squad of Lexington, Ky., that remained standing, as each came out on top of its must-win match-up on Wednesday...
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By Heather Dewar and Heather Dewar,SUN STAFF | June 11, 2002
Forecasters say air pollution levels will reach the code-red danger zone today for the first time this year, soaring high enough to be unhealthy for everyone by midafternoon. Hot weather is expected to push concentrations of ground-level ozone, the main ingredient in smog, to 128 parts per billion in Central Maryland. Forecaster Matthew G. Seybold of the state Department of the Environment said westerly winds are carrying pollutants from the Ohio Valley into the region, and ozone levels might remain high tomorrow.
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By COX NEWS SERVICE | April 7, 2002
DAYTON, Ohio -- Telltale hydrants have yet to reach Karl Walker's stretch of Zoar Road, which meanders through a modest landscape of gently rolling cropland and woods tucked among close-knit fence rows. "It's off a little ways," Walker said of the development transforming nearby Mason and Loveland and infusing rural Hamilton Township with water and sewer lines. "But it's close." So close that, when night falls, the 68-year-old farmer can see street lights half a mile away on land his ancestors farmed in 1798, when they moved to southern Warren County from Pennsylvania.
SPORTS
March 11, 2000
Schools that have clinched automatic bids to the NCAA basketball tournaments: School Conference Men Appalachian State Southern Butler Mid. Coll. C. Conn. State Northeast Creighton Mo. Valley Gonzaga West Coast Iona MAAC Lafayette Patriot La.-Lafayette Sun Belt N.C.-Wilmington Colonial Penn Ivy Samford Trans America Ball State MAC SE Missouri State Ohio Valley Valparaiso Mid-Continent Winthrop Big South Women Connecticut Big East Dartmouth Ivy Duke Atlantic Coast Furman Southern Kent Mid-American Liberty Big South Oregon Pacific Purdue Big Ten St. Francis, Pa. Northeast St. Peter's MAAC San Diego West Coast Tennessee SEC Tennessee Tech Ohio Valley Tulane Conf.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 4, 1998
If someone ever published a book about the life of Coppin State basketball star Danny Singletary, the title would have to be, "The Little Kid Who Could."Could stare down Arizona's All-America candidate Miles Simon last December.Could slay sixth-ranked South Carolina in the opening round of the NCAA tournament last March with a backbreaking three-point shot from the corner with just 1: 47 left.Could produce a miracle finish with 29 points against Maryland Eastern Shore in the opening round of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament last March.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 2, 1998
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Murray State president Kern Alexander fancies the small Kentucky school as potentially a Princeton of the South. Not in basketball, but in books. The Racers might be similar to the Tigers in another regard -- the little-known team most feared going into this year's NCAA tournament.There was still some doubt before yesterday's Ohio Valley Conference tournament final at the Nashville Arena about Murray State's viability as one of the 34 at-large teams had it lost to Tennessee State.
NEWS
By COX NEWS SERVICE | April 7, 2002
DAYTON, Ohio -- Telltale hydrants have yet to reach Karl Walker's stretch of Zoar Road, which meanders through a modest landscape of gently rolling cropland and woods tucked among close-knit fence rows. "It's off a little ways," Walker said of the development transforming nearby Mason and Loveland and infusing rural Hamilton Township with water and sewer lines. "But it's close." So close that, when night falls, the 68-year-old farmer can see street lights half a mile away on land his ancestors farmed in 1798, when they moved to southern Warren County from Pennsylvania.
EXPLORE
August 19, 2011
Four National Division teams at the Cal Ripken World Series went into the last day of pool play with matching 2-1 records, knowing that a victory would earn them a spot in the tournament's elimination rounds, and a loss would mean a ticket home, and when the dust settled it was the Mid-Atlantic squad from Clifton Park, N.Y., and the Ohio Valley squad of Lexington, Ky., that remained standing, as each came out on top of its must-win match-up on Wednesday...
NEWS
By Sandy Grady | October 14, 1992
Girard, Ohio -- TOUGH guy, Bill Waldkirch. Big, gnarled hands. A face that's seen trouble. He raced sprint, stock and sports cars for 30 years until a tree, which he hit at 100-plus mph, retired him.Now he's hell-bent on patching up the wrecked candidacy of Ross Perot."
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff writer | 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).
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