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May 3, 2005
On April 30, 2005, BARRY EUGENE PEELER, loving brother of Barbara Anne Basham; cherished uncle of Connie, Joseph and Beverly. Also survived by numerous loving relatives and friends. Services and interment private. Arrangements by the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc.
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October 8, 2013
Joshua Peeler, 24, Federal Hill, manufacturing engineer Your favorite all-time Ravens moment? Going to New England for the AFC Championship game and watching the Ravens beat the Patriots. The biggest way you've displayed your Ravens fandom? Traveling to San Diego on Thanksgiving to see the Ravens play in sunny California. Your favorite place to see a Ravens game (besides M&T Bank Stadium)? New England because the fans are so bitter when they lose. What does it mean to you to be a Ravens fan?
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2002
Senior Joe Peeler threw a four-hitter and struck out 10 for No. 3 Mount St. Joseph, which opened the Baseball Factory Showcase with a 3-0 victory yesterday over top-ranked Arundel in Gambrills. The visiting Gaels got the decisive hit on Kevin Leasure's triple in a two-run fourth inning. Catcher Brian Bent knocked in an insurance run in the top of the seventh. With the victory, the Gaels (6-1) meet Shenendahowa (N.Y.), a 4-2 winner over Thomas Johnson, at 1 p.m. today in the winner's bracket at Joe Cannon Stadium in Harmans.
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By RONA KOBELL and RONA KOBELL,SUN REPORTER | August 13, 2006
TANGIER SOUND -- Dwight Marshall hoists his crab pot onto the deck of the Miss Marshall and opens the hatch. Inside are a half-dozen jellyfish, a few blades of grass and four scurrying peeler crabs. Over two hours, he will pull up a hundred more pots and every time it is the same - many worthless sea creatures and only a few of the moneymaking soft-shell crabs that keep watermen afloat. For the crabbers that work the choppy waters west of Crisfield - historically the cradle of crab bounty - this summer is shaping up to be the worst in decades.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 10, 2000
Junior quarterback Joe Peeler fired five touchdown passes, all to junior receivers, and completed 12 of 23 passes for 262 yards as No. 4 Mount St. Joseph amassed 453 yards of total offense in routing No. 5 Oakland Mills, 34-7, yesterday at John M. Plevyak Field in Irvington. It was the host Gaels' second straight win, and it spoiled the season opener for Oakland Mills of Howard County. With the Gaels piling up 81 points in their first two games, future opponents must be wondering how good the Mount St. Joe offense can be with the expected return of junior running back Isaac Kufuor on Friday when the Gaels play at No. 11 McDonogh.
SPORTS
March 26, 2001
Baseball Blue Jays: Assigned P Jason Dickson and C Izzy Molina to minor-league camp. Mariners: Agreed to one-year contract extension with club option for 2003 with DH Edgar Martinez. Basketball Timberwolves: Placed G Anthony Peeler on injured list with sprained left ankle. Activated G Sam Jacobson from injured list. Hockey Blue Jackets: Recalled F Mathieu Darche and F Martin Spanhel from AHL Syracuse.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 28, 2001
Yesterday was lefty Dave Centineo's turn to start, and like his junior classmate Joe Peeler the day before, he got the job done for No. 2-ranked Mount St. Joseph. After a shaky beginning in which he gave up two first-inning runs and another in the third, Centineo settled down to pitch the Gaels to a 6-3 victory over No. 12 Cardinal Gibbons in Irvington. The Gaels are 3-0 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference (3-1 overall) and Centineo and Peeler, who four-hit Loyola on Monday in a 10-1 romp, are the keys to a run at the conference title.
SPORTS
April 18, 2005
Baseball RANGERS: Placed P Ryan Bukvich on 15-day DL with right elbow soreness. Recalled P Nick Regilio from Triple-A Oklahoma. REDS: Placed P Ramon Ortiz on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 9, with strained right groin. YANKEES: Activated former Orioles P Kevin Brown from 15-day DL. Optioned IF Andy Phillips to Triple-A Columbus. Basketball PACERS: Activated F Jermaine O'Neal from injured list. Placed G Jamaal Tinsley on injured list with bruised left foot. WIZARDS: Activated G Anthony Peeler from injured list.
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By PETER BAKER | June 28, 1994
For several weeks, an experienced recreational crabber in my part of the world has been setting his trotline down toward the creek mouth and getting mixed results. A bushel one day, a dozen or two the next several days.The season, he says, is way behind this year and he can't figure the rhyme or reason of it.The reason apparently is as simple as it is uncontrollable, says William P. Jensen of the Department of Natural Resources Tidewater Fisheries Division."We think of the blue crab as the ultimate biological animal," Jensen said yesterday.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 31, 1999
Ahead by four touchdowns at 10th-ranked Mount St. Joseph late in the first half yesterday, Landon's Justin Duffie "thought we had them."Not so fast. The visiting Bears (5-2) of Montgomery County allowed 28 unanswered points before holding off the Gaels (6-3) in a 42-28 victory.Duffie led Landon's defense with five sacks, causing two fumbles that teammate Ted Hayes recovered. The Bears' Mike Petrash had a sack and a fumble recovery, and Dwaine Alleyne, an interception.The Gaels' Matt Stoffel collected his 15th sack and Bryan Harrison had an interception.
NEWS
By RONA KOBELL and RONA KOBELL,SUN REPORTER | June 17, 2006
TAYLORS ISLAND-- --The crab is bursting. Slowly, it kicks its legs and thrusts forward, pushing and writhing. In a matter of minutes, it wriggles out of its shell, its bluish skin soft as Jell-O. Bonnie Willey doesn't have much time before the crab hardens again. The tiny redhead plucks the crab from its plywood tank, plops it onto newsprint lining an old milk crate, and puts the crate in a walk-in cooler. She carries out this ritual as she has dozens of times a day, thousands of times every summer, for the past 20 years.
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By NICHOLE WRIGHT and NICHOLE WRIGHT,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2005
FIG FACTS This year, California is expected to experience the largest fig crop in recent history. The harvest season, which runs from June 10 until Oct. 15, is expected to yield an abundance of this under-recognized fruit, which will be used in jams, muffins and even Fig Newtons. Here's some fig trivia to consider: For many years, figs have been used in coffee substitutes. Figs satisfy a sweet tooth because they contain about 60 percent sugar, but contain no cholesterol, fat or sodium.
NEWS
May 3, 2005
On April 30, 2005, BARRY EUGENE PEELER, loving brother of Barbara Anne Basham; cherished uncle of Connie, Joseph and Beverly. Also survived by numerous loving relatives and friends. Services and interment private. Arrangements by the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc.
SPORTS
April 18, 2005
Baseball RANGERS: Placed P Ryan Bukvich on 15-day DL with right elbow soreness. Recalled P Nick Regilio from Triple-A Oklahoma. REDS: Placed P Ramon Ortiz on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 9, with strained right groin. YANKEES: Activated former Orioles P Kevin Brown from 15-day DL. Optioned IF Andy Phillips to Triple-A Columbus. Basketball PACERS: Activated F Jermaine O'Neal from injured list. Placed G Jamaal Tinsley on injured list with bruised left foot. WIZARDS: Activated G Anthony Peeler from injured list.
FEATURES
By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2004
The trickle, at once literary and titillating, began in July. As book buyer Dee Peeler remembers it, the first to arrive was a rather indelicate, how-to sexual guide that promised the "lowdown" on sexual techniques, toys and positions. That was followed in August by Jenna Jameson's salacious, if heartbreaking, life story about her rise from teenage pole dancer to porn-queen extraordinaire looking for love, marriage and babies. Next came a coffee table book picturing porn stars posed and exposed.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 18, 2002
Steve Johnson is a name you're going to read and hear a lot about over the next four years on the high school baseball scene if yesterday was any indication. Johnson, a freshman right-hander and 14-year-old son of former Baltimore Orioles pitcher Dave Johnson, pitched No. 5 St. Paul's to a 3-1 upset of top-ranked Mount St. Joseph. In dealing the Gaels (11-4, 8-1 league) their first loss in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, Johnson gave up only three hits, walked one, struck out three and picked two runners off second base.
SPORTS
By BO SMOLKA | March 21, 2001
All eyes -- and radar guns -- will be on Mount St. Joseph pitcher Gavin Floyd this spring. Gaels coach Dave Norton only hopes the scrutiny that is sure to accompany his ace, ranked No. 3 among the nation's top 100 prospects by Baseball America, won't be too much of a distraction as the Gaels battle in the rugged Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference. Mount St. Joseph lost to Calvert Hall in the title game last year but should have the talent to contend again. Ditto for Archbishop Curley, the 1999 champ, and Cardinal Gibbons, back in the A Conference after back-to-back B Conference titles.
NEWS
By NICHOLE WRIGHT and NICHOLE WRIGHT,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2005
FIG FACTS This year, California is expected to experience the largest fig crop in recent history. The harvest season, which runs from June 10 until Oct. 15, is expected to yield an abundance of this under-recognized fruit, which will be used in jams, muffins and even Fig Newtons. Here's some fig trivia to consider: For many years, figs have been used in coffee substitutes. Figs satisfy a sweet tooth because they contain about 60 percent sugar, but contain no cholesterol, fat or sodium.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2002
Senior Joe Peeler threw a four-hitter and struck out 10 for No. 3 Mount St. Joseph, which opened the Baseball Factory Showcase with a 3-0 victory yesterday over top-ranked Arundel in Gambrills. The visiting Gaels got the decisive hit on Kevin Leasure's triple in a two-run fourth inning. Catcher Brian Bent knocked in an insurance run in the top of the seventh. With the victory, the Gaels (6-1) meet Shenendahowa (N.Y.), a 4-2 winner over Thomas Johnson, at 1 p.m. today in the winner's bracket at Joe Cannon Stadium in Harmans.
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