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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 6, 2005
Phil Chenier faces the same concerns any other high school basketball coach has at this time of the season. His Wilde Lake High varsity squad was 9-7 as of late last week and trying to get everything together for a late-season roll heading into post-season play. Chenier, 31, is a former standout player at Wilde Lake and Howard University who knows the game and loves teaching it. He also is fortunate in that when a basketball question occurs, one trusted source he can turn to is a three-time National Basketball Association all-star who, as a television announcer, is still involved in the pro league.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 6, 2005
Phil Chenier faces the same concerns any other high school basketball coach has at this time of the season. His Wilde Lake High varsity squad was 9-7 as of late last week and trying to get everything together for a late-season roll heading into post-season play. Chenier, 31, is a former standout player at Wilde Lake and Howard University who knows the game and loves teaching it. He also is fortunate in that when a basketball question occurs, one trusted source he can turn to is a three-time National Basketball Association all-star who, as a television announcer, is still involved in the pro league.
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SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 10, 1995
EMMITTSBURG -- Chris McGuthrie scored 25 points and Gerben Van Dorpe added 18 points and five rebounds, leading Mount St. Mary's to a 74-57 victory over Howard last night.Up 27-25 at halftime, Mount St. Mary's (2-2) pulled away from the Bison (0-6) in the second half, outscoring them 47-32 and shooting 17-for-28.Jeff Balistrere scored 12 points for Mount St. Mary's. Phil Chenier (Mount Hebron) and Anthony Brown led Howard with 16 points each.The Bison struggled in the second half, shooting 11 of 31.It was the second straight victory for Mount St. Mary's, which defeated La Salle, 81-66, on Wednesday, their first win over the Explorers in 62 years.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 7, 2004
BRANDYWINE -- One scene summed up Wilde Lake's experience yesterday in the Class 3A East regional boys basketball championship game at Gwynn Park. With an ice bag on his foot and a grimace on his face, senior Kevin Showe was helped off the floor by his coach, Phil Chenier, as Gwynn Park assembled at midcourt for its victory photo. Showe, Wilde Lake's premier three-point shooter, was held to two points and was injured late in the 78-46 loss. Wilde Lake's 10-year quest to return to the state final four went unfulfilled, its nine-game winning streak was ended, and the senior-laden team was left with nothing but memories -- most of them good ones, though, from this 19-6 season.
SPORTS
February 14, 1995
BaseballBaseball Hall of Fame -- Announced that its 1995 induction ceremony will be July 30.Arizona Professional Baseball Limited Partnership -- Began a name-the-prospective-expansion-team contest, offering fans the choice of Arizona Coyotes, Arizona Scorpions, Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Rattlers or Arizona Phoenix.Los Angeles Dodgers -- Signed 1B Oreste Marrero, P Dennis Moeller, P James Bruske, P Miguel Alicea and P Wayne Edwards to minor-league contracts.Tyler Wildcatters (Texas-Louisiana League)
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 7, 2004
BRANDYWINE -- One scene summed up Wilde Lake's experience yesterday in the Class 3A East regional boys basketball championship game at Gwynn Park. With an ice bag on his foot and a grimace on his face, senior Kevin Showe was helped off the floor by his coach, Phil Chenier, as Gwynn Park assembled at midcourt for its victory photo. Showe, Wilde Lake's premier three-point shooter, was held to two points and was injured late in the 78-46 loss. Wilde Lake's 10-year quest to return to the state final four went unfulfilled, its nine-game winning streak was ended, and the senior-laden team was left with nothing but memories -- most of them good ones, though, from this 19-6 season.
SPORTS
January 20, 1993
Men's basketball Howard: Sophomore G-F Phil Chenier (Wilde Lake High) was named Rookie of the Week by the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. He had 23 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists in three games.Salisbury State: Junior G Dameon Ross (Du Val High) was named by the Eastern States Athletic Conference and the ECAC Division III Southern Region. He had 89 points and 21 rebounds in three victories.Towson State: Senior G Devin Boyd (Walbrook High) was named by the Big South Conference. He hit 22 of 24 free throws and scored 72 points in three conference victories.
NEWS
By Ed McDonough and Ed McDonough,Staff writer | March 13, 1991
At least one famous name will be on the floor at Westminster High Friday night for the Carroll-Howard all-star basketball games.Phil Chenier Jr., a senior at Wilde Lake High, will lead the visitors in the 7:30 p.m. boys game, following the girls contest, which kicks off at 6.Chenier's father is Phil Chenier Sr., the former Baltimore Bullets standout, who often attends his son's games.The all-star games began several years ago as a way to showcase senior players in both counties. Though several players involved already have been courted bycolleges, others use this game as a way to attract the attention of NCAA Division III or junior college coaches.
SPORTS
December 6, 1995
Coppin State (2-0)at Marquette (3-0)Time: 8Site: Bradley Center, MilwaukeeOutlook: It's offense vs. defense. Coppin is averaging 108.5 points and Marquette is giving up 54.3. Sophomore G Antoine Brockington is averaging 22.5 points for Coppin, and junior F Reggie Welch is averaging 22 points and 9.0 rebounds. Junior F Chris Crawford leads Marquette in scoring at 12.7 ppg, and sophomore G Aaron Hutchins is close behind at 12.3 ppg and is tops in assists at 7.7. Marquette was runner-up in the NIT last season.
NEWS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | March 10, 1991
Edgewood sophomore Maurice Boone (25 points) ended Wilde Lake's season with a 25-foot shot in the final second as the Rams won the boys state Class 2A semifinal Friday night, 68-65."
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 10, 1995
EMMITTSBURG -- Chris McGuthrie scored 25 points and Gerben Van Dorpe added 18 points and five rebounds, leading Mount St. Mary's to a 74-57 victory over Howard last night.Up 27-25 at halftime, Mount St. Mary's (2-2) pulled away from the Bison (0-6) in the second half, outscoring them 47-32 and shooting 17-for-28.Jeff Balistrere scored 12 points for Mount St. Mary's. Phil Chenier (Mount Hebron) and Anthony Brown led Howard with 16 points each.The Bison struggled in the second half, shooting 11 of 31.It was the second straight victory for Mount St. Mary's, which defeated La Salle, 81-66, on Wednesday, their first win over the Explorers in 62 years.
SPORTS
December 6, 1995
Coppin State (2-0)at Marquette (3-0)Time: 8Site: Bradley Center, MilwaukeeOutlook: It's offense vs. defense. Coppin is averaging 108.5 points and Marquette is giving up 54.3. Sophomore G Antoine Brockington is averaging 22.5 points for Coppin, and junior F Reggie Welch is averaging 22 points and 9.0 rebounds. Junior F Chris Crawford leads Marquette in scoring at 12.7 ppg, and sophomore G Aaron Hutchins is close behind at 12.3 ppg and is tops in assists at 7.7. Marquette was runner-up in the NIT last season.
SPORTS
February 14, 1995
BaseballBaseball Hall of Fame -- Announced that its 1995 induction ceremony will be July 30.Arizona Professional Baseball Limited Partnership -- Began a name-the-prospective-expansion-team contest, offering fans the choice of Arizona Coyotes, Arizona Scorpions, Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Rattlers or Arizona Phoenix.Los Angeles Dodgers -- Signed 1B Oreste Marrero, P Dennis Moeller, P James Bruske, P Miguel Alicea and P Wayne Edwards to minor-league contracts.Tyler Wildcatters (Texas-Louisiana League)
SPORTS
January 20, 1993
Men's basketball Howard: Sophomore G-F Phil Chenier (Wilde Lake High) was named Rookie of the Week by the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. He had 23 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists in three games.Salisbury State: Junior G Dameon Ross (Du Val High) was named by the Eastern States Athletic Conference and the ECAC Division III Southern Region. He had 89 points and 21 rebounds in three victories.Towson State: Senior G Devin Boyd (Walbrook High) was named by the Big South Conference. He hit 22 of 24 free throws and scored 72 points in three conference victories.
NEWS
By Ed McDonough and Ed McDonough,Staff writer | March 13, 1991
At least one famous name will be on the floor at Westminster High Friday night for the Carroll-Howard all-star basketball games.Phil Chenier Jr., a senior at Wilde Lake High, will lead the visitors in the 7:30 p.m. boys game, following the girls contest, which kicks off at 6.Chenier's father is Phil Chenier Sr., the former Baltimore Bullets standout, who often attends his son's games.The all-star games began several years ago as a way to showcase senior players in both counties. Though several players involved already have been courted bycolleges, others use this game as a way to attract the attention of NCAA Division III or junior college coaches.
NEWS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | March 10, 1991
Edgewood sophomore Maurice Boone (25 points) ended Wilde Lake's season with a 25-foot shot in the final second as the Rams won the boys state Class 2A semifinal Friday night, 68-65."
SPORTS
By SAM DAVIS | February 12, 1991
St. Mary's girls coach Carmine Blades, who is retiring after this season, had hoped to leave after a championship season, but fate has not been kind.Blades said he was disappointed when he glanced at his bench in Thursday's 52-51 loss to Archbishop Spalding and saw his top two players -- Laura Coakley and Randall Goldsborough -- sitting on the bench in street clothes.Coakley, an All-Metro forward, has missed most of the season with torn cartilage in her right knee. After stumbling to a 3-5 record, the Saints adjusted to playing without Coakley and won 13 straight before Thursday.
SPORTS
October 29, 2008
1 Wizardry: The Wizards open their season at home against the Nets (7 p.m., Comcast SportsNet), and TV analyst Phil Chenier will be the coolest guy at the game. 2 L.A. Invitational: The Lakers and Clippers meet (10:30 p.m., ESPN), but the Clippers have to know one win (or even two or three) over the Lakers won't ever make them No. 1 in El Lay. 3 Spike in competition: Dulaney plays at Towson (7 p.m.) for the Baltimore County volleyball championship. 4 Package deal: Enjoy the hilarity when the coach mentions the Suggs Package during The John Harbaugh Show (9:30 p.m., MASN)
SPORTS
By SAM DAVIS | February 12, 1991
St. Mary's girls coach Carmine Blades, who is retiring after this season, had hoped to leave after a championship season, but fate has not been kind.Blades said he was disappointed when he glanced at his bench in Thursday's 52-51 loss to Archbishop Spalding and saw his top two players -- Laura Coakley and Randall Goldsborough -- sitting on the bench in street clothes.Coakley, an All-Metro forward, has missed most of the season with torn cartilage in her right knee. After stumbling to a 3-5 record, the Saints adjusted to playing without Coakley and won 13 straight before Thursday.
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