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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 28, 1996
In Tuesday's editions, two Maryland girls teams were omitted from coverage of the 21st Columbia Invitational Soccer Tournament. The Bethesda Broncos won the under-15 title and the Bethesda Fury won the under-12 championship in the tournament, which included teams from 19 states and Canada.The Sun regrets the errors.The record will show Marwan Tulloch scored two goals to lift the Columbia Darby to a 4-2 victory over the Nether Providence (Pa.) Mustangs for the boys under-19 title of the 21st Columbia Invitational soccer tournament yesterday at Fort Meade.
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By Stan Rappaport | August 2, 1997
An estimated crowd of 1,900 turned out last night for the Ulman Fund Soccer Classic at Howard High School to show their support for Doug Ulman and watch some of the East Coast's top collegiate players display their talent.Everyone went home a winner.Ulman, a former standout at Centennial and a junior-to-be at Brown University, found out he had cancer last year as a 19-year-old. Earlier this year, he and his family created The Ulman Fund of The Wellness Community-Baltimore, to offer support to young adults with cancer.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | November 1, 1995
Mount Hebron showed why it is ranked No. 4. The Vikings gave top-ranked Centennial its toughest game of the season yesterday in the Class 3A East Region quarterfinal.The Vikings pressured the Eagles into several defensive breakdowns, but were unable to stop Centennial's high-powered offense and lost, 5-3.Centennial (13-0), ranked No. 4 in the country by USA Today, had allowed only three goals (the starting team had allowed just one) and had 10 shutouts, including six straight, going into the game.
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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 28, 1996
In Tuesday's editions, two Maryland girls teams were omitted from coverage of the 21st Columbia Invitational Soccer Tournament. The Bethesda Broncos won the under-15 title and the Bethesda Fury won the under-12 championship in the tournament, which included teams from 19 states and Canada.The Sun regrets the errors.The record will show Marwan Tulloch scored two goals to lift the Columbia Darby to a 4-2 victory over the Nether Providence (Pa.) Mustangs for the boys under-19 title of the 21st Columbia Invitational soccer tournament yesterday at Fort Meade.
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By RICK BELZ and RICK BELZ,SUN STAFF | October 19, 1995
Centennial forward Matt Stephenson thought yesterday's 5-0 victory over Oakland Mills was an important test of style for the Eagles."Playoffs are coming now and teams will becoming at us in a physical style like Oakland Mills did today," Stephenson said. "And we proved we can play all right against that style. Today skill prevailed."Top-ranked Centennial (11-0 overall, 6-0 league) won its 25th straight game. The Eagles, ranked No. 10 in the nation by USA Today, have not been beaten in 36 straight league games dating back to 1990.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | October 21, 1993
Atholton soccer coach Reg Hahne thought that if his team could prevent Centennial's Brian West from scoring, it could beat the No. 2 Eagles.The Raiders stopped West, who has 10 goals this season. But they failed to stop Morgan Kershner (two assists), Matt Stephenson (two goals) and Cory Piette (one goal, one assist) and dropped a 3-0 decision at Centennial yesterday.Kershner, who found out 10 minutes before the game that he would play attacking midfield instead of stopper, was instrumental in creating a Centennial attack that outshot Atholton 15-7.
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By RICK BELZ and RICK BELZ,SUN STAFF | October 14, 1995
Top-ranked Centennial won its 23rd straight game yesterday, but No. 11 Wilde Lake earned some respect.Brian West (nine goals, 10 assists) scored a goal and had an assist to lead Centennial (9-0 overall, 4-0 league) to a 2-0 victory.It was Centennial's seventh shutout. It has outscored the opposition, 30-3. The Eagles are ranked No. 10 in the country by USA Today.West's goal came in the fourth minute from 15 yards out off a cross into the middle from Cory Piette (four goals, five assists).
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By Stan Rappaport | August 2, 1997
An estimated crowd of 1,900 turned out last night for the Ulman Fund Soccer Classic at Howard High School to show their support for Doug Ulman and watch some of the East Coast's top collegiate players display their talent.Everyone went home a winner.Ulman, a former standout at Centennial and a junior-to-be at Brown University, found out he had cancer last year as a 19-year-old. Earlier this year, he and his family created The Ulman Fund of The Wellness Community-Baltimore, to offer support to young adults with cancer.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | September 14, 1995
"Long. Hard. Painful."Those are the words that C. Milton Wright senior goalkeeper Tim Hilyard, who made 14 saves, used to describe his fifth-ranked Mustangs' 3-0 loss to No. 1 Centennial in boys soccer action yesterday.The same teams met in the state Class 3A championship game last season and the Eagles also won that one."This Centennial team is better than last year's," Hilyard said. "They've found more weapons than just [Brian] West and [Matt] Stephenson. That was the best team I've ever faced."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | June 24, 1994
When the header goal by Alexi Lalas was disallowed, Cory Piette and his father screamed louder than they ever have at the Italian or English games cable TV brought them.After the Milwaukee Brewers had an eight-run second inning, Joey Bryson moved to the back of the skybox at Camden Yards and instead kept tabs on Tab Ramos.Sam Mangione is the proud father of a newborn, but he played pass-the-baby when Eric Wynalda grazed the right post with a shot.On the other side of the World Cup fence, meanwhile, Juan Garcia shook his head over the developments at the Rose Bowl on Wednesday night.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | November 19, 1995
Centennial's leading scorer, Brian West, didn't practice all week because he was banged up from last week's game against Thomas Stone.The week off didn't hurt him a bit.The senior striker, known as "The Flash," scored three goals to lead top-ranked Centennial to its second straight Class 3A state championship yesterday at Old Mill.The Eagles, ranked No. 5 in the nation by USA Today, won their fourth state title in five years and seventh overall by defeating No. 8 Bel Air, 4-1. It was Centennial's 31st straight victory.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | November 1, 1995
Mount Hebron showed why it is ranked No. 4. The Vikings gave top-ranked Centennial its toughest game of the season yesterday in the Class 3A East Region quarterfinal.The Vikings pressured the Eagles into several defensive breakdowns, but were unable to stop Centennial's high-powered offense and lost, 5-3.Centennial (13-0), ranked No. 4 in the country by USA Today, had allowed only three goals (the starting team had allowed just one) and had 10 shutouts, including six straight, going into the game.
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By RICK BELZ and RICK BELZ,SUN STAFF | October 19, 1995
Centennial forward Matt Stephenson thought yesterday's 5-0 victory over Oakland Mills was an important test of style for the Eagles."Playoffs are coming now and teams will becoming at us in a physical style like Oakland Mills did today," Stephenson said. "And we proved we can play all right against that style. Today skill prevailed."Top-ranked Centennial (11-0 overall, 6-0 league) won its 25th straight game. The Eagles, ranked No. 10 in the nation by USA Today, have not been beaten in 36 straight league games dating back to 1990.
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By RICK BELZ and RICK BELZ,SUN STAFF | October 14, 1995
Top-ranked Centennial won its 23rd straight game yesterday, but No. 11 Wilde Lake earned some respect.Brian West (nine goals, 10 assists) scored a goal and had an assist to lead Centennial (9-0 overall, 4-0 league) to a 2-0 victory.It was Centennial's seventh shutout. It has outscored the opposition, 30-3. The Eagles are ranked No. 10 in the country by USA Today.West's goal came in the fourth minute from 15 yards out off a cross into the middle from Cory Piette (four goals, five assists).
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | September 14, 1995
"Long. Hard. Painful."Those are the words that C. Milton Wright senior goalkeeper Tim Hilyard, who made 14 saves, used to describe his fifth-ranked Mustangs' 3-0 loss to No. 1 Centennial yesterday.The same teams met in the state Class 3A championship game last season and the Eagles also won that one."This Centennial team is better than last year's," Hilyard said. "They've found more weapons than just [Brian] West and [Matt] Stephenson. That was the best team I've ever faced."Stephenson scored the first goal off a nice pass from Matt Laycock in the 13th minute.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | September 14, 1995
"Long. Hard. Painful."Those are the words that C. Milton Wright senior goalkeeper Tim Hilyard, who made 14 saves, used to describe his fifth-ranked Mustangs' 3-0 loss to No. 1 Centennial in boys soccer action yesterday.The same teams met in the state Class 3A championship game last season and the Eagles also won that one."This Centennial team is better than last year's," Hilyard said. "They've found more weapons than just [Brian] West and [Matt] Stephenson. That was the best team I've ever faced."
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | September 14, 1995
"Long. Hard. Painful."Those are the words that C. Milton Wright senior goalkeeper Tim Hilyard, who made 14 saves, used to describe his fifth-ranked Mustangs' 3-0 loss to No. 1 Centennial yesterday.The same teams met in the state Class 3A championship game last season and the Eagles also won that one."This Centennial team is better than last year's," Hilyard said. "They've found more weapons than just [Brian] West and [Matt] Stephenson. That was the best team I've ever faced."Stephenson scored the first goal off a nice pass from Matt Laycock in the 13th minute.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | November 19, 1995
Centennial's leading scorer, Brian West, didn't practice all week because he was banged up from last week's game against Thomas Stone.The week off didn't hurt him a bit.The senior striker, known as "The Flash," scored three goals to lead top-ranked Centennial to its second straight Class 3A state championship yesterday at Old Mill.The Eagles, ranked No. 5 in the nation by USA Today, won their fourth state title in five years and seventh overall by defeating No. 8 Bel Air, 4-1. It was Centennial's 31st straight victory.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | June 24, 1994
When the header goal by Alexi Lalas was disallowed, Cory Piette and his father screamed louder than they ever have at the Italian or English games cable TV brought them.After the Milwaukee Brewers had an eight-run second inning, Joey Bryson moved to the back of the skybox at Camden Yards and instead kept tabs on Tab Ramos.Sam Mangione is the proud father of a newborn, but he played pass-the-baby when Eric Wynalda grazed the right post with a shot.On the other side of the World Cup fence, meanwhile, Juan Garcia shook his head over the developments at the Rose Bowl on Wednesday night.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | October 21, 1993
Atholton soccer coach Reg Hahne thought that if his team could prevent Centennial's Brian West from scoring, it could beat the No. 2 Eagles.The Raiders stopped West, who has 10 goals this season. But they failed to stop Morgan Kershner (two assists), Matt Stephenson (two goals) and Cory Piette (one goal, one assist) and dropped a 3-0 decision at Centennial yesterday.Kershner, who found out 10 minutes before the game that he would play attacking midfield instead of stopper, was instrumental in creating a Centennial attack that outshot Atholton 15-7.
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