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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 7, 1999
Harvard-bound senior Matt Primm matched his uniform number with seven goals as No. 5-ranked McDonogh romped, 17-4, over No. 7 Calvert Hall in Owings Mills yesterday.Owen Daly scored three more goals for the Eagles. Brad Dumont and Pat Shek scored twice each and Brian McGregor, Walid Hajj and Brennan Adams each added one goal.Goalie Rob Scherr, called "a great leader on the field" by McDonogh's coach, surrendered only two goals for McDonogh (17-1), the first four minutes into the second half with his team up 8-0.Calvert Hall (3-2)
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December 15, 2002
Primm joins staff of McDaniel College in development Marcus Lee Primm is joining the staff of McDaniel College as special assistant in development. He will oversee the Carroll County Student Grant Program, which has provided more than $4.5 million in scholarships to more than 3,000 Carroll County students since its inception in 1984. He also will help launch the Green and Gold Club, a program that will be the official booster society for McDaniel College varsity athletics. A 1989 alumnus of the college, Primm spent most of his career at Carroll County Bank and Trust, later purchased by BB&T.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1998
McDonogh, last year's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference champ, played host yesterday to last year's A Conference champ, Loyola.For the third time this season in such inter-conference matchups, the usually weaker B Conference came out on top, No. 14-ranked McDonogh beating No. 13 Loyola, 28-19.McDonogh scored on three of its four possessions in the first half, in which quarterback Matt Primm was 8-for-10 for 155 yards with scoring passes of 18, 5 and 44 yards and the Eagles had 265 of their 362 offensive yards.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2000
It was one of those youthful miscalculations that most adults would rather forget. Richard Chisolm and his Catonsville High School buddies were cruising in his mother's car on the Spring Grove Hospital center campus. With his brother's hand-me-down Super 8 camera, Chisolm filmed the psychiatric patients, their odd gaits, bent heads, friendly waves. At the exit, the boys were stopped, their film confiscated and destroyed. Such antics were strictly forbidden. Twenty-five years later, here's Chisolm once again, in another car, camera in hand.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 28, 1998
In years past, McDonogh aspired to play with the top teams of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association. Now, the Eagles find themselves part of the league's elite.Matt Primm scored five goals, and four other Eagles recorded multiple-goal games as No. 4-ranked McDonogh outgunned visiting No. 5 Boys' Latin, 18-12, yesterday for its first victory over the Lakers in more than two decades.McDonogh (4-1), which didn't win an MIAA game from 1992-94, also scored its most goals in a league game in coach Jake Reed's six years at the school.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 15, 1998
McDonogh's Matt Primm stands 6-foot-3, weighs 210 and clocked a 4.6-second 40-yard dash at a summer quarterbacks' camp at Princeton -- one he's glad coach Dom Damico coaxed him to attend."
NEWS
November 7, 1995
Commission recommends judge's reappointmentThe Trial Courts Judicial Nominating Commission for Carroll County recommended to Gov. Parris N. Glendening last week that Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. be reappointed to another term in Carroll County Circuit Court.His term officially ended Friday.Judge Burns began serving on the Carroll County Circuit Court in 1979, when he was appointed by Gov. Harry Hughes. He was elected to 15-year term in 1980.Louna S. Primm promoted at Carroll County BankCarroll County Bank and Trust Co. has promoted Louna S. Primm to senior vice president and chief lending officer.
NEWS
December 15, 2002
Primm joins staff of McDaniel College in development Marcus Lee Primm is joining the staff of McDaniel College as special assistant in development. He will oversee the Carroll County Student Grant Program, which has provided more than $4.5 million in scholarships to more than 3,000 Carroll County students since its inception in 1984. He also will help launch the Green and Gold Club, a program that will be the official booster society for McDaniel College varsity athletics. A 1989 alumnus of the college, Primm spent most of his career at Carroll County Bank and Trust, later purchased by BB&T.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | January 28, 1998
A new office and retail complex at the old Farmers Supply Co. site in downtown Westminster could be open by October 1999.Marcus L. "Lee" Primm, senior vice president for the Carroll County Bank & Trust Co., outlined plans for the eagerly awaited development to the Westminster mayor and Common Council in Monday night. The bank project is the first of its kind in the historic part of town.The new construction features two brick office buildings with jTC 203-space parking garage on the site, one block off Main Street.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | February 21, 1993
Bank loans for building projects are now harder to obtain than they've been in the past two decades, a Carroll banker has told county developers.But money and banks willing to lend it still exist, Louna Primm, vice president and commercial lending manager at Carroll County Bank and Trust, told members of the Carroll County Homebuilders Association at their monthly meeting Thursday."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 14, 1999
It's always darkest before dawn, the saying goes.And that's how it must have seemed for No. 1 ranked McDonogh last night after blowing a two-goal lead and seeing Gilman tie their Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tournament semifinal, 10-10, with 2: 32 left.But 48 seconds into a four-minute overtime, the Eagles relocated the spotlight on a game-winning shot by Matt Primm. His goal ousted the defending champion Greyhounds, 11-10, in a hotly fought, see-saw game witnessed by about 3,000 loud fans at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.
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By Chris Snider and Chris Snider,SUN STAFF | April 7, 1999
Visions of shutting out the area's No. 7-ranked team did cross Rob Scherr's mind yesterday. But in the end, McDonogh's goalie was delighted with his team's defense, not to mention its offense, in a 17-4 victory over Calvert Hall.Seven McDonogh players scored, led by Harvard-bound senior Matt Primm, who matched his uniform number with seven goals.Owen Daly scored three goals. Brad Dumont and Pat Shek scored twice each and Brian McGregor, Walid Hajj and Brennan Adams each added one goal.Scherr, called "a great leader on the field" by his coach, surrendered only two goals, the first four minutes into the second half with his team up by eight goals, as the fifth-ranked Eagles (7-1)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 15, 1998
McDonogh's Matt Primm stands 6-foot-3, weighs 210 and clocked a 4.6-second 40-yard dash at a summer quarterbacks' camp at Princeton -- one he's glad coach Dom Damico coaxed him to attend."
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1998
McDonogh, last year's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference champ, played host yesterday to last year's A Conference champ, Loyola.For the third time this season in such inter-conference matchups, the usually weaker B Conference came out on top, No. 14-ranked McDonogh beating No. 13 Loyola, 28-19.McDonogh scored on three of its four possessions in the first half, in which quarterback Matt Primm was 8-for-10 for 155 yards with scoring passes of 18, 5 and 44 yards and the Eagles had 265 of their 362 offensive yards.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 28, 1998
In years past, McDonogh aspired to play with the top teams of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association. Now, the Eagles find themselves part of the league's elite.Matt Primm scored five goals, and four other Eagles recorded multiple-goal games as No. 4-ranked McDonogh outgunned visiting No. 5 Boys' Latin, 18-12, yesterday for its first victory over the Lakers in more than two decades.McDonogh (4-1), which didn't win an MIAA game from 1992-94, also scored its most goals in a league game in coach Jake Reed's six years at the school.
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | January 28, 1998
A new office and retail complex at the old Farmers Supply Co. site in downtown Westminster could be open by October 1999.Marcus L. "Lee" Primm, senior vice president for the Carroll County Bank & Trust Co., outlined plans for the eagerly awaited development to the Westminster mayor and Common Council in Monday night. The bank project is the first of its kind in the historic part of town.The new construction features two brick office buildings with jTC 203-space parking garage on the site, one block off Main Street.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 14, 1999
It's always darkest before dawn, the saying goes.And that's how it must have seemed for No. 1 ranked McDonogh last night after blowing a two-goal lead and seeing Gilman tie their Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tournament semifinal, 10-10, with 2: 32 left.But 48 seconds into a four-minute overtime, the Eagles relocated the spotlight on a game-winning shot by Matt Primm. His goal ousted the defending champion Greyhounds, 11-10, in a hotly fought, see-saw game witnessed by about 3,000 loud fans at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.
SPORTS
By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | October 19, 1997
If coach Dom Damico has liked what he's seen from his McDonogh football team thus far, then he was left particularly impressed with the Eagles' performance yesterday at John Carroll.McDonogh simply had its way with the Patriots, as quarterback Matt Primm threw for three touchdowns, the offense rolled up 339 total yards, and a steadily-improving defense held John Carroll to nine points and 75 yards rushing in the second half on the way to a 42-15 win.More important though, the win kept the Eagles (6-1, 5-0)
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By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | October 19, 1997
If coach Dom Damico has liked what he's seen from his McDonogh football team thus far, then he was left particularly impressed with the Eagles' performance yesterday at John Carroll.McDonogh simply had its way with the Patriots, as quarterback Matt Primm threw for three touchdowns, the offense rolled up 339 total yards, and a steadily-improving defense held John Carroll to nine points and 75 yards rushing in the second half on the way to a 42-15 win.More important though, the win kept the Eagles (6-1, 5-0)
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