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October 29, 2006
Mr. & Mrs. Gary E. Doyle of Cockeysville are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Maura Ann Doyle to Peter Blake Belden, son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Belden of Cleveland, OH. The wedding took place on October 7 at St. Ignatius Catholic Church. Margaret Bitz & Meghan Finkel were her matrons of honor. Best man was Gregory Belden. Celebrant of the Mass was Monsignor Joseph Luca. Bridesmaids were Kelly Deen, Erin Doyle, Helen Doyle, Susan Doyle, Shannon Gallup, Robyn Mullaney, Nikki Radebaugh, & Andrea Schaeffer.
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October 29, 2006
Mr. & Mrs. Gary E. Doyle of Cockeysville are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Maura Ann Doyle to Peter Blake Belden, son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Belden of Cleveland, OH. The wedding took place on October 7 at St. Ignatius Catholic Church. Margaret Bitz & Meghan Finkel were her matrons of honor. Best man was Gregory Belden. Celebrant of the Mass was Monsignor Joseph Luca. Bridesmaids were Kelly Deen, Erin Doyle, Helen Doyle, Susan Doyle, Shannon Gallup, Robyn Mullaney, Nikki Radebaugh, & Andrea Schaeffer.
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SPORTS
By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer | May 28, 1993
For years, area high school lacrosse players have watched friends and siblings play their final game at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.Tonight, 100 seniors get their chance to run and shoot on the artificial turf in the 12th annual Lacrosse for Leukemia Tournament. Play begins at 6 p.m. with the East-West girls game, followed by the Metro Area boys vs. the Maryland Scholastic Association at 8 p.m."I watched my brother Charlie play in it in 1989, and I've watched some teammates play throughout the years," said Dulaney midfielder Tim Speno.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski | June 5, 1993
* Pat Cairns, Boys' Latin, Sr., goalie -- The Baltimore City Player of the Year allowed an average of fewer than four goals a game. Headed for Princeton, Cairns, 5 feet 11, 170 pounds, was at his best in regular-season wins over Mount St. Joseph (14 saves), Loyola (14), St. Mary's (13) and in close losses to Gilman (14) and St. Paul's (17). He led the Lakers to their third straight division title and their eighth playoff berth in the past 10 years.* Matt Clune, St. Mary's, Jr., attack -- A pleasant surprise for the Saints, Clune led the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference champions with 32 goals and 24 assists.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | April 14, 1993
The last time St. Paul's lacrosse team met St. Mary's on Weems Whalen Field in Annapolis was more than two years ago. The Crusaders lost the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference game, then had to endure a long bus ride home.Since that contest, St. Paul's has won 27 straight.Yesterday, No. 1 St. Paul's and No. 4 St. Mary's met on Weems Whalen Field as the conference's only unbeatens. This time, the Crusaders rallied in the opening and closing quarters en route to a 10-5 victory over the Saints.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski | June 5, 1993
* Pat Cairns, Boys' Latin, Sr., goalie -- The Baltimore City Player of the Year allowed an average of fewer than four goals a game. Headed for Princeton, Cairns, 5 feet 11, 170 pounds, was at his best in regular-season wins over Mount St. Joseph (14 saves), Loyola (14), St. Mary's (13) and in close losses to Gilman (14) and St. Paul's (17). He led the Lakers to their third straight division title and their eighth playoff berth in the past 10 years.* Matt Clune, St. Mary's, Jr., attack -- A pleasant surprise for the Saints, Clune led the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference champions with 32 goals and 24 assists.
SPORTS
By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,Contributing Writer Sam Davis, Katherine Dunn, John Harris, Roch Eric Kubatko, Lem Satterfield and Rich Scherr contributed to this article | March 20, 1992
If all goes well for St. Paul's this spring, the Crusaders could create a new sports term: "double-three-peat."During the 1990-91 season St. Paul's won Maryland Scholastic Association titles in football, basketball and lacrosse. The Crusaders have repeated as champions in football and basketball in 1991-92 and the lacrosse team is favored to win the A Conference again.It won't be easy for the Crusaders, who will have to survive in the tougher of two A Conference divisions, with stiff competition from Severn, Loyola and Gilman.
NEWS
November 9, 2004
On November 6, 2004, MARIE L. DOYLE (nee Peugnet); beloved wife of Donald W. Doyle; devoted mother of Lisa Fitzhugh, Jonathan Doyle, Patrick Doyle and Jennifer Bradford; dear sister of Adela and Rosemarie Peugnet. Also survived by six grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Rd. (beltway exit 26A), on Monday and Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in the St. Joseph Church, Texas, MD, on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
FEATURES
By Lou Cedrone | February 25, 1991
The Towsontowne Dinner Theater is currently doing ''Shenandoah,'' a musical that is most timely, dealing, as it does, with war. The war in this instance, is the Civil War, and the musical, one that began as a film in 1965 (James Stewart starred), is initially anti-war then pro.The leading character is a Virginia farmer who doesn't want any of his six sons to enter the war. He insists it is not his affair. ''I don't own slaves,'' he says.In time, the war comes to him, and when it does, he and his sons join the fight.
NEWS
October 9, 2003
On October 7, 2003, WILLIAM H. BRADY, 77, passed away at Bradenton Hospice House, Bradenton, FL; beloved husband of Betty; devoted father of Bonnie Lee and her husband Kevin J. Doyle of Elkridge, MD, and Brennan P. Brady of Bradenton; loving brother of Isabele Baker of San Antonio, TX. He is also survived by two grandchildren, Colin Brady Doyle and Connor Patrick Doyle. Mr. Brady, an Army Air Corps veteran of WWII was a former employee of the Social Security Administration in Baltimore before moving to Manatee County, FL, in 1983.
SPORTS
By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer | May 28, 1993
For years, area high school lacrosse players have watched friends and siblings play their final game at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.Tonight, 100 seniors get their chance to run and shoot on the artificial turf in the 12th annual Lacrosse for Leukemia Tournament. Play begins at 6 p.m. with the East-West girls game, followed by the Metro Area boys vs. the Maryland Scholastic Association at 8 p.m."I watched my brother Charlie play in it in 1989, and I've watched some teammates play throughout the years," said Dulaney midfielder Tim Speno.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | April 14, 1993
The last time St. Paul's lacrosse team met St. Mary's on Weems Whalen Field in Annapolis was more than two years ago. The Crusaders lost the Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference game, then had to endure a long bus ride home.Since that contest, St. Paul's has won 27 straight.Yesterday, No. 1 St. Paul's and No. 4 St. Mary's met on Weems Whalen Field as the conference's only unbeatens. This time, the Crusaders rallied in the opening and closing quarters en route to a 10-5 victory over the Saints.
SPORTS
By Bob Clark and Bob Clark,Contributing Writer Sam Davis, Katherine Dunn, John Harris, Roch Eric Kubatko, Lem Satterfield and Rich Scherr contributed to this article | March 20, 1992
If all goes well for St. Paul's this spring, the Crusaders could create a new sports term: "double-three-peat."During the 1990-91 season St. Paul's won Maryland Scholastic Association titles in football, basketball and lacrosse. The Crusaders have repeated as champions in football and basketball in 1991-92 and the lacrosse team is favored to win the A Conference again.It won't be easy for the Crusaders, who will have to survive in the tougher of two A Conference divisions, with stiff competition from Severn, Loyola and Gilman.
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