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November 22, 2011
The Baltimore Bohemians, a new minor league team playing in the United Soccer Leagues, will be calling Cedar Lane Park in Bel Air its home for the upcoming season, according to a statement from Harford County Executive David R. Craig. The "Bohs," as the team will be called, will be a member of the United Soccer Leagues (USL)/Premier Development League (PDL), one of the nation's top organizations for the advancement and evolution of young soccer players. The team's season will run from April to July and, in addition to participating in the PDL, the team plans to compete in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. The club, established by residents of Baltimore and Harford County, aims to further the growth of the Baltimore soccer community throughout the metropolitan area and promote the best young players from across the region and will be owned by Louis Angelos, the son of Peter G. Angelos, owner of the Baltimore Orioles.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2014
McDonogh soccer standout Keegan Kelly has accepted an invitation to the upcoming fall semester of the U.S. Under-17 Residency Program in Bradenton, Fla. Kelly, who will turn 16 in December, earned All-Metro first-team honors last season as a sophomore midfielder, finishing with five goals and 16 assists to help lead the No. 1 Eagles (21-0-1) to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship. With the semester in the national program set to start Aug. 30 and run through December, he'll bypass his junior high school season at McDonogh.
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October 8, 2009
The spectacle of 80,000 people gathered in Baltimore to watch a professional soccer game - as happened at M&T Bank Stadium last July with the match between Chelsea and AC Milan - was the latest sign that soccer may be turning a corner in this country. It especially suggests this city might be a prime location for the sport. In that light, Mayor Sheila Dixon's recent request that the Maryland Stadium Authority investigate the feasibility of building a stadium in Westport to bring the DC United pro soccer team to South Baltimore is entirely appropriate.
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By Chris Korman | February 15, 2013
Major League Soccer's D.C. United is no longer exploring the possibility of moving to Baltimore, according to The Washington Post. The franchise had flirted with the city as it attempted to convince some government entity to give it a favorable deal on a new stadium. But the team's managing partner, Jason Levien, told The Post that "the stars are aligning in a good way for us" in D.C. and that the team would focus on financing a project there with city assistance on infrastructure costs.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun reporter | October 17, 2006
The city's most successful pro team of late launched its quest for a fourth Major Indoor Soccer League championship in five seasons with its opening workouts yesterday at Du Burns Arena. Blast coach Danny Kelly welcomed about 25 players to the sessions, including 19 members of the 2005-06 team that defeated the now-inactive St. Louis Steamers in the title series. Blast @Detroit Ignition Season opener, Nov. 4, 7:35 p.m.
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September 16, 1997
REMEMBER THE Maryland Bays? The American Professional Soccer League team that played at Columbia's Cedar Lane Park ultimately failed at the gate, but it succeeded big on the field.Well, professional soccer is likely to return to Columbia, which should give the populace reason to celebrate. The owner of the Carolina Dynamo plans to link up with local investors and move his team to Maryland's largest non-city.The Dynamo is no slouch. It has a 19-10 record going into the second round of playoffs in the A-League, soccer's top minor league, just below Major League Soccer.
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By Chris Korman | February 15, 2013
Major League Soccer's D.C. United is no longer exploring the possibility of moving to Baltimore, according to The Washington Post. The franchise had flirted with the city as it attempted to convince some government entity to give it a favorable deal on a new stadium. But the team's managing partner, Jason Levien, told The Post that "the stars are aligning in a good way for us" in D.C. and that the team would focus on financing a project there with city assistance on infrastructure costs.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | November 29, 2003
The Major League Soccer season is finished and Santino Quaranta had been doing his training at an old, familiar place in Highlandtown. "I've been doing the run I used to do around Patterson Park when I was just a kid," said the D.C. United forward who still lives in the city and who recently bought a new condo here. "I remember where all the cracks were in the road - and all the cracks are still there." On this day, he was busy packing, preparing to fly to the United Arab Emirates, where he will play for the U.S. under-20 national team at the FIFA world youth championships beginning today.
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By Sports Digest | March 4, 2010
Rocket Defense spoiled the return of Miss Charm City in the $34,000 Optional/Allowance feature at Laurel Park. Rocket Defense, a 4-year-old trained by Dove Houghton , completed the six-furlong distance in 1 minute, 10.51 seconds, winning by four lengths while carrying Luis Garcia . Miss Charm City, who finished third, went undefeated during her 2-year-old campaign in 2008 before missing all of 2009 after injuring her left front suspensory while...
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By Sports Digest | January 13, 2010
The Houston Rockets have called up Joey Dorsey (Douglass) from Rio Grande Valley of the NBA Development League to add depth to their front line. Dorsey, 6 feet 8, was assigned to the Vipers on Nov. 13 and averaged 14.9 points and 13.3 rebounds while shooting 65 percent from the field in 16 games. He was a second-round pick out of Memphis in 2008. Pro soccer: Crystal Palace Baltimore named Todd Wawrousek assistant coach. Wawrousek was an assistant for the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, helping guide the club to the 2007 USL1 playoffs, the 2008 USL1 championship and the 2009 USL1 finals.
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November 22, 2011
The Baltimore Bohemians, a new minor league team playing in the United Soccer Leagues, will be calling Cedar Lane Park in Bel Air its home for the upcoming season, according to a statement from Harford County Executive David R. Craig. The "Bohs," as the team will be called, will be a member of the United Soccer Leagues (USL)/Premier Development League (PDL), one of the nation's top organizations for the advancement and evolution of young soccer players. The team's season will run from April to July and, in addition to participating in the PDL, the team plans to compete in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. The club, established by residents of Baltimore and Harford County, aims to further the growth of the Baltimore soccer community throughout the metropolitan area and promote the best young players from across the region and will be owned by Louis Angelos, the son of Peter G. Angelos, owner of the Baltimore Orioles.
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By Sports Digest | July 18, 2010
Pro soccer U.S. hero Donovan returns to MLS today with game at RFK Nearly a month after his rebound volley propelled the United States into the round of 16, Landon Donovan returns to the pitch today with the hope of carrying some momentum from a dramatic World Cup run into Major League Soccer. "I've always prided myself on the fact that I could stay here and help grow this sport here," he said Saturday as his Los Angeles Galaxy prepared to take on D.C. United at RFK Stadium.
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By Sports Digest | June 27, 2010
Baseball Severna Park's Banks takes loss in his Astros debut Right-hander Josh Banks (Severna Park) took the loss for the Houston Astros on Saturday after being called up from Triple-A Round Rock and giving up six runs and eight hits in four-plus innings. The Rangers' Ian Kinsler ended a career-long 32-game homerless drought with a three-run tiebreaking shot off Banks in the fourth inning en route to a 7-2 victory as host Texas rebounded from its first loss in two weeks.
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By Sports Digest | June 16, 2010
Colleges Terps assistant named Towson gymnastics coach Former Maryland assistant Vicki Chliszczyk was named head gymnastics coach at Towson, the school announced Tuesday. Chliszczyk (pronounced Cull–liss-chick) replaces Dick Filbert, who retired in March after leading the Tigers to 491 victories and 14 conferences titles in 28 years as coach. Chliszczyk, who served as an assistant for five years at Maryland, was named Assistant Coach of the Year by the East Atlantic Gymnastics League last year after helping guide the Terrapins to a second straight NCAA Southeast regional appearance.
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By Sports Digest | March 28, 2010
Indian Dance was methodical in victory as the overwhelming race favorite, rallying from just off the pace to win the $70,000 Harrison E. Johnson Memorial Stakes for older horses at Laurel Park. Sent to post as the 3-5 favorite under Luis Garcia , the gelded son of Indian Charlie beat four others in the nine-furlong test, completing the distance in 1 minute, 51.04 seconds and winning by two lengths. Zarroc edged Eddie C. by a neck to finish second. "Even though this wasn't a tough race on paper, it was difficult," Garcia said.
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By Sports Digest | March 27, 2010
Forward Jamie Darvill , a two-time Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Player of the Year while at Loyola, signed with the Rockville-based Real Maryland Monarchs of the United Soccer Leagues Second Division on Thursday. Darvill finished his Greyhounds career last year with 99 points (36 goals, 27 assists), tied for eighth all time at Loyola. College wrestling: Maryland 197-pound senior Hudson Taylor , who finished his college career as the Terrapins' first three-time wrestling All-American, was voted the Atlantic Coast Conference's Wrestler of the Year by the league's head coaches.
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By Sports Digest | June 16, 2010
Colleges Terps assistant named Towson gymnastics coach Former Maryland assistant Vicki Chliszczyk was named head gymnastics coach at Towson, the school announced Tuesday. Chliszczyk (pronounced Cull–liss-chick) replaces Dick Filbert, who retired in March after leading the Tigers to 491 victories and 14 conferences titles in 28 years as coach. Chliszczyk, who served as an assistant for five years at Maryland, was named Assistant Coach of the Year by the East Atlantic Gymnastics League last year after helping guide the Terrapins to a second straight NCAA Southeast regional appearance.
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By Sports Digest | March 10, 2010
The Bayhawks announced the new ownership group made up of president Brendan Kelly , director of corporate sales John Lamon and director of youth sales Chris Kelly . The professional lacrosse team also announced a name change to the Chesapeake Bayhawks. "We wanted to change the team name to encompass the entire region," Brendan Kelly said. "It's important that we touch the markets of Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia and the Eastern Shore. We are also going to work to get the youth involved to bridge the connection between the collegiate and professional game."
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By Sports Digest | March 10, 2010
The Bayhawks announced the new ownership group made up of president Brendan Kelly , director of corporate sales John Lamon and director of youth sales Chris Kelly . The professional lacrosse team also announced a name change to the Chesapeake Bayhawks. "We wanted to change the team name to encompass the entire region," Brendan Kelly said. "It's important that we touch the markets of Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia and the Eastern Shore. We are also going to work to get the youth involved to bridge the connection between the collegiate and professional game."
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By Sports Digest | March 4, 2010
Rocket Defense spoiled the return of Miss Charm City in the $34,000 Optional/Allowance feature at Laurel Park. Rocket Defense, a 4-year-old trained by Dove Houghton , completed the six-furlong distance in 1 minute, 10.51 seconds, winning by four lengths while carrying Luis Garcia . Miss Charm City, who finished third, went undefeated during her 2-year-old campaign in 2008 before missing all of 2009 after injuring her left front suspensory while...
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