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By From Staff Reports | May 22, 1993
Ryan Lambert threw a four-hitter and drove in the winning run in the eighth inning to lead Paint Branch (13-6) past Westminster (13-4), 2-1, in a Class 4A, Region I semifinal.Westminster left-hander Chris Archambault allowed seven hits. Brad Gibson hit a 400-foot home run in the top of the seventh for Westminster. Second-seeded Paint Branch, which is seeking its third state title in four years, plays at No. 1 Gaithersburg in the regional championship today at 1:30 p.m.* Edgewood 8, North Caroline 7: Senior Timmy Hughes scored the winning run on a North Caroline (14-5)
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By Craig Clary and Baltimore Sun Media Group | March 9, 2014
While winning 22 games this season, the No. 9 Catonsville girls basketball team relied on the consistency of its defense. But that defense had no answer for Paint Branch and its high-octane offense as the visiting Comets fell, 73-37, in the Class 4A North region championship game Saturday night. The Panthers (23-2) will play in the Class 4A state semifinals at Towson University's SECU Arena against Eleanor Roosevelt at 5 p.m. Thursday. Paint Branch's backcourt trio of Dasia Harris (22 points)
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March 15, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Kenny Avent scored nine of his game-high 21 points to spark a fourth-quarter High Point surge, as the second-seeded Eagles defeated top-seeded Paint Branch, 65-53, in the Class 4A state title game last night at Cole Field House.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
The girls basketball regional finals are set with games all over town on Saturday. Winners advance to the state final four Wednesday and Thursday at Towson University's SECU Arena. Here is the local lineup for Saturday. for the complete brackets, go to the MPSSAA web site. Class 4A North No. 9 Catonsville at Paint Branch, 5 Class 4A East No. 15 Old Mill at North Point, 6:30 Class 3A North No. 4 Milford Mill at Aberdeen, 6 Class 3A East No. 2 Poly at Atholton, 2 Class 3A North Dunbar at Hereford, 1 Class 3A East No. 10 Patterson Mill at Queen Anne's, 6 Class 2A West Walkersville at Century, 5 Class 1A North New Town at Forestville, 7:30 Class 1A South NAF at Lake Clifton, 1 Class 2A East Havre de Grace at Mardela, 3 Class 1A West Manchester Valley vs. Southern-G at Hagerstown Community  College, 2
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | March 13, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- With more than double the number of turnovers (17) as field goals (eight) at halftime, it seemed the magical mystery tour of Old Mill's No. 13 boys basketball team was just about over.The taller fourth-seeded Patriots (16-10), making their first Final Four appearance, were eventually dismantled, 64-50, by top-seeded Paint Branch's opportunistic defense, and the shooting of 6-foot-2 Division I prospect Riley Inge (26 points), although the Panthers' did not have a player taller than 6-3.Despite trailing by as much as 18 in the second and third periods, however, Old Mill made a game of it down the stretch.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | March 1, 2013
One day, the Poly girls will look back at what happened the day they won their second straight regional title and laugh. Well, maybe. Aneah Young's three-point play with 1.2 seconds remaining gave No. 8 Poly a 45-43 victory over host Paint Branch in the Class 4A North regional championship game. That capped a wild and wacky Friday that started with the Engineers arriving at the Montgomery County school shortly before the start and ended with Young making a lay-up on a play where she just wanted to draw a foul.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun reporter | March 16, 2008
Atholton's girls basketball team had everything going for it in last night's state Class 3A final - five senior starters, tournament experience and the drive to win two in a row. But that wasn't quite enough to end Paint Branch's undefeated season. With their superior inside-outside game, 23 points from Tarik Hislop and some added incentive, the Panthers finished off a 25-0 season, beating the Raiders, 74-39, at UMBC's RAC Arena to win their first state crown since 2001. The Panthers (25-0)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 5, 1997
Paint Branch had a good season, but coach Becky Clark said rebounding was her team's Achilles' heel -- and No. 17-ranked Westminster found it last night in a Class 4A West region quarterfinal game.Jill Ibex scored 21 points, and nearly half of host Westminster's rebounds were on the offensive end to help the Owls come up with numerous second chances in a 62-41 victory over Paint Branch.Westminster (18-7) will play (home vs. Quince Orchard or at Watkins Mill) tomorrow at 7 p.m. in a region semifinal.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 13, 1997
A defense that would not budge, coupled with a safety the home team had to take in the final 1: 11, enabled No. 10-ranked Annapolis to hold off Paint Branch, 12-9, at Al Laramore Field in Annapolis last night.Annapolis (2-0) stopped the visitors from Montgomery County inches shy of a first-down at their 3-yard line with 3: 39 left. The home team then played it safe, keeping the ball on the ground with a light rain falling.After taking a delay of game penalty on fourth down at the nine, Annapolis coach Roy Brown ordered Donnell Foote to take the intentional safety by running out of the end zone.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | March 13, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- With more than double the number of turnovers (17) as field goals (eight) at halftime, it seemed the magical mystery tour of Old Mill's No. 13 boys basketball team was just about over.The taller fourth-seeded Patriots (16-10), making their first Final Four appearance, were eventually dismantled, 64-50, by top-seeded Paint Branch's opportunistic defense, and the shooting of 6-foot-2 Division-I prospect Riley Inge (26 points), although the Panthers' did not have a player taller than 6-3.Despite trailing by 18 in the second and third periods, Old Mill made a game of it down the stretch.
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By Nicholas Fouriezos and The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2013
Suitland (13-0) vs. Northwest (12-2) When: Friday, 7:30 p.m. Where: M&T Bank Stadium TV: WNUV-54, WDCW-50 Coaches: Ed Shields, Suitland; Michael Neubeiser, Northwest Outlook: Suitland (ranked No. 5 in Washington area) advanced to the final on the heels of quarterback Wesley Wolfolk, who ran for two touchdowns and threw for another, and tailback Robert Wigfall, who added 134 yards and three touchdowns in a 46-25 semifinal win over No. 3 Meade.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2013
The opening moments of Saturday's Class 4A state semifinal couldn't have gone any more according to script for No. 3 Meade, which exploded for a 70-yard touchdown on the game's first offensive play. By the second half, however, the Mustangs' fast start was trumped by a Suitland highlight reel. Running back Robert Wigfall rushed for 134 yards and three touchdowns and quarterback Wesley Wolfolk ran for two scores and threw for another as the Rams, ranked No. 5 in the Washington, D.C., area, ended Meade's season with a 46-25 loss.
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By Katherine Dunn | November 17, 2013
Anything can happen in the postseason, and that certainly proved true Friday with the top three public school teams all falling in the first round of the regional playoffs. Seven of The Baltimore Sun's Top 15 teams advanced to the regional title games and, with two games involving two ranked teams, at least two of them will move on to the state semifinals. State champions will be crowned on Dec. 3 (3A), Dec. 4 (4A) and Dec. 5 (1A and 2A) at M&T Bank Stadium. Check Tuesday's paper to see how the losses shuffle the Top 15, but in the meantime, here's a look at how the Top 15 fared this weekend.
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From Sun staff reports | March 9, 2013
The No. 10 Arundel boys basketball team knew the Class 4A East regional final at North Point was going to be a tough, physical game and it was. Both teams had a player foul out in a game that featured 68 fouls, but the one-two scoring combination of Matt Bonds (26 points) and Anthony Williams (21) was too much for the Wildcats, who fell, 89-64, Friday night. "Their pressure tired our guys out," Arundel coach Jeff Starr said. "We eventually broke the press, but our shots weren't falling.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | March 1, 2013
One day, the Poly girls will look back at what happened the day they won their second straight regional title and laugh. Well, maybe. Aneah Young's three-point play with 1.2 seconds remaining gave No. 8 Poly a 45-43 victory over host Paint Branch in the Class 4A North regional championship game. That capped a wild and wacky Friday that started with the Engineers arriving at the Montgomery County school shortly before the start and ended with Young making a lay-up on a play where she just wanted to draw a foul.
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Gene Wang, The Washington Post | November 8, 2012
Even with the Final Four not for another five months, the Maryland women's basketball players already are having wistful thoughts of New Orleans. The Crescent City is the site of the sport's showcase event this season, and the fifth-ranked Terps say they fully expect to be there contending for the second national championship in program history and the first since 2006. Maryland came tantalizingly close to reaching the national semifinals one season ago. The Terps had dispatched Texas A&M, the reigning national champion, in the regional semifinals; won a record 10th Atlantic Coast Conference tournament championship; and logged 30 wins for the fourth time since coach Brenda Frese arrived in College Park in 2002.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 8, 1996
During the luncheon for the state semifinals on Tuesday Southern coach Meredith Smith said he was surprised to be playing Paint Branch instead of Springbrook or Montgomery Blair.It didn't make a difference last night.The No. 3 Bulldogs overwhelmed the Panthers of Montgomery County, ranked No. 20 in the Washington area, 74-35, in a state 4A semifinal at the University of Maryland. John Hemsley led all scorers with 22 points for Southern (23-3) and Dedric Galloway added 20. Larry Williams led Paint Branch (14-9)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | March 3, 1995
This was vintage South Carroll girls basketball.Soften up the defense with a couple of Amber Clutter three-point missiles, then take it inside to an overpowering Nicole Spencer for 28 points and garnish it all with another superb all-around performance by sophomore Lindsey Vosloh.Spencer, Clutter and Vosloh were too much for Paint Branch to overcome last night, as the Cavaliers cruised to a 56-40 victory in the state Class 3A West Region semifinals at South Carroll.It was the 22nd straight victory for the Cavaliers (22-1)
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By Rich Scherr, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 29, 2012
Even after watching her team surrender a 14-point lead in Wednesday's Class 4A North Region semifinal, Poly coach Kendall Peace-Able never lost faith in the No. 3 Engineers. "When you don't want to see it end," Peace-Able said, "you find a way. " Facing Paint Branch, host Poly did just that. Sophomore Teira Pendleton celebrated her 16th birthday with 16 points and 10 rebounds, including seven points during a four-minute stretch in the fourth quarter that ultimately made the difference in a 52-45 win. "Sometimes it's other people's day, but today was my day," Pendleton said.
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By Craig Clary, cclary@patuxent.com | January 3, 2012
Life savers respond on Catonsville High turf On Sept. 27, Perry Hall junior varsity field hockey player Breanna Sudano collapsed on the Catonsville High stadium field and stopped breathing. In full cardiac arrest, Sudano received immediate CPR from Catonsville JV coach Christina Erlichman. Sudano was revived as Erlichman was aided by Perry Hall JV coach Chastin Crook and nurses Beth Beautz, Shelly Hunt and Melissa Law. "I just took over for the coach doing compressions," said Beautz, a cardiology nurse since 1989.
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