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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to the Sun | February 27, 1994
Howard's Eric Paskin said he didn't expect his match against South Carroll's Charlie Conaway in the 145-pound finals of yesterday's Class 3A-4A North Region Wrestling Tournament to be so tough.But then again, he didn't expect to be wrestling Conaway.Primed for a date with top-seed Brian Yoakum of Perry Hall, Paskin said he was a little let down. Yoakum hyper-extended his arm Friday night. He tried to wrestle through it yesterday, but it was too painful. He was pinned in his first match by Conaway at 5:32.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | June 24, 1999
A taxicab ride in Howard County will soon cost an additional $1 if the county's Public Transportation Board has its way -- but board members want something in return.In exchange for granting a portion of the cab owners' request for more money, the board voted 4-1 Tuesday night to require a customer grievance policy that includes posting a phone number for complaints in each cab, courtesy training for drivers and a yearly passenger satisfaction survey.County Executive James N. Robey and the County Council will make the final decision.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 30, 1995
Led by champions Eric Paskin (140), Chris Poling (160) and Brian Neal (Hwt.), Howard finished second to Rising Sun, ranked No. 10 in the state, in Saturday's nine-team Edgewood Tournament.Finishing second for Howard were T. J. Dameron (112, 16-4) and Matt Sartwell (152), and sixth-ranked Frank Tortella (189, 19-1) was third.Also third for the Lions were Nathan Fortlage (125) and Josh Rosenblatt (130). Fortlage, a 6-1 semifinal loser to eventual champion Eric Nelson of Edgewood, pinned his opponent in 45 seconds to take third, and Rosenblatt (130)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | February 26, 1995
A young Howard wrestling team just would not go away yesterday in the state Class 3A-4A North Region tournament at Perry Hall.The Lions hung around the so-called big boys in the tournament (South Carroll and Dulaney) all day long and moved in for the victory in the championship finals.Howard had five in the finals and racked up 99 points for a first-place finish.Host Perry Hall was second with 83.5 points, South Carroll third (79 points) and Dulaney took fourth (71.5 points).Franklin came through with a fifth-place finish (61 points)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 20, 1995
Watching a college wrestling tournament was an eye-opener for Howard High senior Eric Paskin.He's ranked No. 6 at 145 pounds in Maryland after going 31-1 last year, pinning seven times and scoring eight technical falls en route to placing third in the 3A-4A state tournament.Would he enjoy similar success in college?"That's a completely different level. Guys were down six, seven points and never stopped going after it. That's impressive. That's intensity," said Paskin, who carries a 3.2 grade-point average and scored 1,000 on the Scholastic Assessment Test.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Contributing Writer | January 14, 1994
Howard High wrestling coach Fred Bullock noticed a significant attitude difference this season in Seth Eldridge from the moment the Lions senior wrestler stepped onto the mat for his first match."
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | January 22, 1995
For Howard, success at the Quaker Invitational was as easy as one, two, three, four.Brian Neal, Eric Paskin, Chris Poling and Frank Tortella all won championships for Howard, and the Lions were the lone team to finish with more than two titles in the tournament at Friends yesterday.No team scores were kept in the 19-team tournament.Howard and Eastern Technical each placed four wrestlers in the final round. Loch Raven advanced three and Bowling Brook, Dunbar, Glenelg, and Loyola each had two.Howard went 4-for-4 in the final round, while Dunbar won twice.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | February 26, 1995
A young Howard wrestling team just would not go away yesterday in the state Class 3A-4A North Region tournament at Perry Hall.The Lions hung around the so-called big boys in the tournament (South Carroll and Dulaney) all day long and moved in for the victory in the championship finals.Howard had five in the finals and racked up 99 points for a first-place finish.Host Perry Hall was second with 83.5 points, South Carroll third (79 points) and Dulaney took fourth (71.5 points).Franklin came through with a fifth-place finish (61 points)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | March 7, 1994
Wilde Lake's top-ranked Mike Green (171, 21-2) and Hammond's third-ranked Chris Williams (152, 35-3) each won their state titles over the weekend in strikingly similar fashion -- striking because of their blistering single-leg attacks.The senior grapplers, among the most talented the county has ever produced, emerged victorious in the 1A-2A tournament's two toughest weight classes.zTC Williams won his first two bouts by a combined 31-7, edging his semifinal opponent, Smithsburg's second-ranked David Everhart (26-2)
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | February 27, 1994
For Perry Hall's Steve Boothe, the 119-pound final in yesterday's Class 3A-4A North Regionals at Randallstown was an exercise in persistence.After losing to Eastern Technical's Joe Catlin twice during the regular season and seemingly headed for overtime in yesterday's final, Boothe (31-4) scored a takedown with less than 15 seconds left to defeat his nemesis, 3-1, and propel Perry Hall to a two-point victory over South Carroll for the team title."It was a must-win situation -- do or die," said Gators coach Al hTC Miller.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 30, 1995
Led by champions Eric Paskin (140), Chris Poling (160) and Brian Neal (Hwt.), Howard finished second to Rising Sun, ranked No. 10 in the state, in Saturday's nine-team Edgewood Tournament.Finishing second for Howard were T. J. Dameron (112, 16-4) and Matt Sartwell (152), and sixth-ranked Frank Tortella (189, 19-1) was third.Also third for the Lions were Nathan Fortlage (125) and Josh Rosenblatt (130). Fortlage, a 6-1 semifinal loser to eventual champion Eric Nelson of Edgewood, pinned his opponent in 45 seconds to take third, and Rosenblatt (130)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 30, 1995
Glen Burnie's Jeremy Bruce has no doubt taken his lumps as the Gophers' 130-pounder in Anne Arundel County.His weight class includes Southern's top-ranked state champion Tyrone Neal, Old Mill's state runner-up Nick Basta and Broadneck's Lonnie Donner, with the latter's only losses having come twice against Gonzaga's National Prep runner-up John Kalil.But Bruce had an opportunity to step away for a weekend to Harford County, where his coach, Bruce Seider, watched him win the Edgewood Tournament.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | January 22, 1995
For Howard, success at the Quaker Invitational was as easy as one, two, three, four.Brian Neal, Eric Paskin, Chris Poling and Frank Tortella all won championships for Howard, and the Lions were the lone team to finish with more than two titles in the tournament at Friends yesterday.No team scores were kept in the 19-team tournament.Howard and Eastern Technical each placed four wrestlers in the final round. Loch Raven advanced three and Bowling Brook, Dunbar, Glenelg, and Loyola each had two.Howard went 4-for-4 in the final round, while Dunbar won twice.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 20, 1995
Watching a college wrestling tournament was an eye-opener for Howard High senior Eric Paskin.He's ranked No. 6 at 145 pounds in Maryland after going 31-1 last year, pinning seven times and scoring eight technical falls en route to placing third in the 3A-4A state tournament.Would he enjoy similar success in college?"That's a completely different level. Guys were down six, seven points and never stopped going after it. That's impressive. That's intensity," said Paskin, who carries a 3.2 grade-point average and scored 1,000 on the Scholastic Assessment Test.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | March 7, 1994
Wilde Lake's top-ranked Mike Green (171, 21-2) and Hammond's third-ranked Chris Williams (152, 35-3) each won their state titles over the weekend in strikingly similar fashion -- striking because of their blistering single-leg attacks.The senior grapplers, among the most talented the county has ever produced, emerged victorious in the 1A-2A tournament's two toughest weight classes.zTC Williams won his first two bouts by a combined 31-7, edging his semifinal opponent, Smithsburg's second-ranked David Everhart (26-2)
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | February 27, 1994
For Perry Hall's Steve Boothe, the 119-pound final in yesterday's Class 3A-4A North Regionals at Randallstown was an exercise in persistence.After losing to Eastern Technical's Joe Catlin twice during the regular season and seemingly headed for overtime in yesterday's final, Boothe (31-4) scored a takedown with less than 15 seconds left to defeat his nemesis, 3-1, and propel Perry Hall to a two-point victory over South Carroll for the team title."It was a must-win situation -- do or die," said Gators coach Al hTC Miller.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | December 10, 1993
It's not necessarily an abundance of talent, but a solid team chemistry that should keep Howard among the county's best squads.The cohesiveness is a new factor for fourth-year coach Fred Bullock, whose Lions were 8-3 last year and third in the county."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | January 30, 1995
Glen Burnie's Jeremy Bruce has no doubt taken his lumps as the Gophers' 130-pounder in Anne Arundel County.His weight class includes Southern's top-ranked state champion Tyrone Neal, Old Mill's state runner-up Nick Basta and Broadneck's Lonnie Donner, with the latter's only losses having come twice against Gonzaga's National Prep runner-up John Kalil.But Bruce had an opportunity to step away for a weekend to Harford County, where his coach, Bruce Seider, watched him win the Edgewood Tournament.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to the Sun | February 27, 1994
Howard's Eric Paskin said he didn't expect his match against South Carroll's Charlie Conaway in the 145-pound finals of yesterday's Class 3A-4A North Region Wrestling Tournament to be so tough.But then again, he didn't expect to be wrestling Conaway.Primed for a date with top-seed Brian Yoakum of Perry Hall, Paskin said he was a little let down. Yoakum hyper-extended his arm Friday night. He tried to wrestle through it yesterday, but it was too painful. He was pinned in his first match by Conaway at 5:32.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Contributing Writer | January 14, 1994
Howard High wrestling coach Fred Bullock noticed a significant attitude difference this season in Seth Eldridge from the moment the Lions senior wrestler stepped onto the mat for his first match."
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