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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Baltimoresun.com Staff | February 18, 2005
Pat O'Malley has been covering high school sports, mostly in Anne Arundel County for The Sun for 27 years. Pat was inducted into the Anne Arundel County Sports Hall of Fame in 2001. Michael, Baltimore: Who do you think is the best team in the city? Pat O'Malley: The Sun's No. 2 ranked team, Walbrook (19-2, thru Feb. 16), and No. 3 Dunbar (15-2) are the city's top two teams. Who is the "best" ? Well, we should find out on Wednesday when the two teams meet for the Baltimore City title at Poly at 5 p.m. Raynard, Severn: I have three simple questions for you to answer.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 7, 2005
FREDERICK -- St. Paul's pitcher Steve Johnson only needed six strikeouts to reach the 300 career milestone yesterday. Johnson (9-0) not only surpassed the mark with 13, but he also pitched the first perfect game of his high school career with a 2-0 win over host St. John's-Prospect Hall. "I never imagined throwing a perfect game because my control has been a little off with a batter here and a batter there, so I never thought I would get it all together to get a perfect game," Johnson said.
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August 14, 1992
Pat O'Malley is on vacation.His "Sidelines" column will return Aug. 21.Anyone with sports tidbits should call the Anne Arundel County Sun office at 761-1732.O'Malley's 24-hour Sportsline will go back on line when he returns.@
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March 10, 2005
Walbrook It has been a season of firsts for the top-ranked Walbrook boys team, but there is one first left, a state title. "The kids haven't shown a lot of emotion so far," said coach Kelvin Bridgers, who has led the Warriors (24-2) to the first city and region championships in school history. "I guess they haven't shown a lot of emotion ... because the ultimate goal is still in front of us. Those championship games were like regular ballgames to them, and their focus is on the ultimate goal."
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September 9, 1992
The 13th annual Anne Arundel County Sun-Oriolelanders All-Star baseball games rained out last Sunday have been rescheduled for noon on Sunday at Joe Cannon Stadium in Harmans.Anne Arundel County's top high school players will meet the best from the metro area and mid-Atlantic area in a doubleheader for the first time.The Oriolelanders are selected by Baltimore Orioles scouting supervisor Jim Gilbert and staff.Admission is free.Information: Pat O'Malley on the 24-Hour Sportsline, 647-2499.
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December 5, 2003
The Sun's 2003 Winter Preview was written by Katherine Dunn, Mike Frainie, Glenn P. Graham, Edward Lee, Pat O'Malley, Rich Scherr, Jeff Seidel, Derek Toney and Jeff Zrebiec. The copy editor was Mike Reeb. The designer was Steve Andrulonis. The section editor was Stan Rappaport. Contributing cover photographs were Andre F. Chung, Karl Merton Ferron, Lloyd Fox, David Hobby, Jerry Jackson, Jed Kirschbaum, Kenneth K. Lam, Monica Lopossay, Steve Ruark, Gene Sweeney Jr. and Colby Ware.
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March 17, 1992
Selected by sports columnist Pat O'Malley for the week ending March 14. Only players nominated by coaches and the public are selected forthe Players of the Week column. Nominations must be phoned to Pat O'Malley's 24-hour Sportsline, 647-2499, absolutely no later than 11 p.m. Sunday for inclusion in Tuesday's paper.TOP FEMALE ATHLETECINDY DAVENPORTOld MillGirls basketballThis 5-foot-9 senior forward went out in style, leading the Patriots (25-1) to a repeat state 4A championship in girls hoops Saturday by 50-39 over Bowie (23-5)
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March 23, 1994
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Baltimoresun.com Staff | February 18, 2005
Pat O'Malley has been covering high school sports, mostly in Anne Arundel County for The Sun for 27 years. Pat was inducted into the Anne Arundel County Sports Hall of Fame in 2001. Michael, Baltimore: Who do you think is the best team in the city? Pat O'Malley: The Sun's No. 2 ranked team, Walbrook (19-2, thru Feb. 16), and No. 3 Dunbar (15-2) are the city's top two teams. Who is the "best" ? Well, we should find out on Wednesday when the two teams meet for the Baltimore City title at Poly at 5 p.m. Raynard, Severn: I have three simple questions for you to answer.
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By Pat O'Malley | December 3, 2004
John Brady, who coaches boys and girls basketball at Annapolis High School, said yesterday he will miss some time because of health issues. "I have scheduled an operation for my shoulder because of a partially torn rotator cuff, and I continue to have back problems and can't sleep at night," said Brady, whose 570 wins are the most by any active coach in the metro area. "I have to do something and am already undergoing therapy, so I'm going to be in and out as coach of both teams." Brady is starting his fourth season as the coach of both teams and is 34-34 coaching the girls.
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December 5, 2003
The Sun's 2003 Winter Preview was written by Katherine Dunn, Mike Frainie, Glenn P. Graham, Edward Lee, Pat O'Malley, Rich Scherr, Jeff Seidel, Derek Toney and Jeff Zrebiec. The copy editor was Mike Reeb. The designer was Steve Andrulonis. The section editor was Stan Rappaport. Contributing cover photographs were Andre F. Chung, Karl Merton Ferron, Lloyd Fox, David Hobby, Jerry Jackson, Jed Kirschbaum, Kenneth K. Lam, Monica Lopossay, Steve Ruark, Gene Sweeney Jr. and Colby Ware.
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November 16, 2001
State soccer finals (At UMBC) Class 3A girls No. 3 River Hill (12-2-3) vs. Franklin (11-6-1) When: Today, 5 p.m. Outlook: River Hill, after a few midseason hiccups, appears to have regained the swagger and form that helped it win the last two Class 3A state titles. Making its first state final appearance, Franklin comes in as the underdog, which may make the Indians even more dangerous. Franklin's Martha Mitchell, Brandi Sproul and Ashley Harris have shown the ability to score early and often - the trio have combined for 39 goals and 20 assists this fall.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 19, 2001
Redemption can be so sweet, especially when you double-dip in a championship game as top-ranked Arundel's Joey Frykman did yesterday in Gambrills. Frykman, a sophomore, went all the way on a remarkably low 71 pitches, scattering seven hits and driving in the winning run in the bottom of the sixth as the Wildcats (22-2) nipped No. 11 Severna Park, 3-2, to capture the Class 4A East Regional baseball title. A two-out single by Frykman, who felt like he let his team down in their first two region victories this week, scored Bart Maxwell from second base with the winning run after he singled and stole second.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | February 9, 2001
Suffering through his first losing season at 1-18, Broadneck boys basketball coach Ken Kazmarek and his Bruins have something to rave about in senior guard Nick Richards. Richards, who is averaging 14.5 points per game, tied the school record for most threes in a game, broke the school record for most threes in a season and edged closer to the career mark at Southern-Harwood Wednesday night in a 64-45 loss to the Bulldogs (12-7). "Nick has been a real positive in a really rough season," said Kazmarek, who is 279-143 (.661)
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By Sun Staff Writer | December 10, 1994
After sitting most of the second period with foul trouble, Ronnie Johnson returned to score 21 of his team-high 27 points in the second half last night and lead No. 10 Annapolis (2-0) to a 67-66 victory over No. 19 Glen Burnie (0-2).Johnson's scored 13 third-period points and eight in the final three minutes to enable the Panthers to overcome game-high totals of 28 points and 18 rebounds by Glen Burnie junior Desmond Dailey.Annapolis had a 57-52 lead with 3:59 left, but the Gophers cut it to 57-56 with 3:10 left on two put-backs by Rocky Newton (six points)
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