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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | January 8, 1994
Three Prospect Hall starters combined for two points. The other two starters, however, caused Loyola some problems.Nate James scored 30 points and grabbed 13 rebounds and Andrius Jurkunas added 27 points -- despite missing much of the second half to foul trouble -- to lift Prospect Hall to a 67-47 victory over host Loyola last night.James, a 6-foot-6 sophomore forward, did most of his damage inside. He repeatedly sliced through the Loyola defense for layups and short jumpers as he hit 13 of 16. In addition, he pulled down several key rebounds.
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February 15, 2006
Strickland a big assist to Towson Catholic Sport Basketball GIRLS Towson Catholic guard Marah Strickland enjoyed another fine week, leading the Owls (21-4) to three wins to solidify the area's top ranking along with first place in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference. The 6-foot junior opened last week with 24 points in a 59-40 win over St. Mary's, followed that with 22 points as the Owls defeated No. 2 St. Frances, 56-47, and then closed with a 15-point performance in the Owls' 68-45 victory against Mount de Sales.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | January 30, 1994
St. Raymond's of New York overran St. John's Prospect Hall with its superior speed and quickness in a 78-50 romp last night in the Northwest bracket championship game of the Charm City Classic at Reitz Arena.The nation's 17th-ranked team started slowly, but took command with two minutes left in the first quarter and steadily built its margin to the finish."They gave us an old-fashioned butt-whipping," said St. John's coach Stu Vetter. "We realized it would be difficult for us to handle their pressure and it was. But I think this is a game we can benefit from."
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September 27, 2005
On Saturday, September 24, 2005, suddenly at the Faquier Hospital Warrenton, Virginia, MAJOR ROBERT "BOB" THOMAS GAWINSKE, USAF RET, 47, of New Market, Maryland, a well-known networking engineer who worked for ABSi, of Rockville, MD, in the Baltimore area. The beloved husband of Karen A. Mulac Gawinske; devoted father of Rachel Marie and Hailey Elizabeth Gawinske; brother of Nancy Urban, Linda Woods and Barbara Pindell, all of Pittsburgh, Pa and Harry Gawinske, Jr. of Johnstown, PA; son-in-law of Joan Mulac of Frederick; and brother-in-law of Carl Mulac of Scottsdale, AZ and David Miller of Rochester, NY. Also surviving are numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and cousins.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | January 16, 1993
Too big, too powerful, too much.In the words of Towson Catholic coach Mike Daniel, that's why St. John's Prospect Hall of Frederick, ranked No. 6 nationally by USA Today, defeated his Owls, 67-46, in the Reebok Charm City Classic last night at the Towson Center.Towson Catholic (6-6), ranked No. 9 by The Baltimore Sun, could not match the power of St. John's Prospect Hall (11-1) inside."Their strength just overwhelmed us," said Daniel. "We just didn't have the strength or experience inside to stop them.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | December 10, 1994
As St. Mary's coach Harry Dobson watched his team warm up before last night's game at the College of Notre Dame, he talked about how the Saints still hadn't been tested.They rolled through a couple of scrimmages, and their regular-season opener against Bowie resulted in a 61-point romp. Where was the challenge?He found it last night. The opponent was Prospect Hall, a Frederick school ranked among the top 55 teams in the nation by Street & Smith's. And the occasion was the Greater Baltimore Women's Basketball Invitational Mixer at the College of Notre Dame.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 26, 1996
For Prospect Hall, a little bit of touch and a lot of defense went a long way in yesterday's opening round of the Charm City Classic.The Frederick team -- ranked 15th in the nation by USA Today -- built an early lead with seven three-pointers in the first half, then kept it by holding St. Raymond's of New York to 30-percent field-goal shooting en route to an 80-64 win at the Towson Center."
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 28, 1996
On one bench, Stu Vetter -- one of the most renowned coaches in the country who has built national title contenders wherever he's been, including his latest stop, Frederick's Prospect Hall.On the other, Bob Hurley, a winner of more than 600 games in his 24 years at St. Anthony of New Jersey.For most any high school basketball aficionado, last night's Northwest Bracket final at the Charm City Classic was a match made in hoop heaven. And for 3,824 at the Towson Center, it didn't disappoint.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 29, 1998
St. John's at Prospect Hall enters this year's Charm City Classic with a No. 1 national boys basketball ranking, just as it did last year.But this year's Vikings (15-0) are a different team, and they're hoping for a different result from last year, when Mark Karcher's three-pointer at the buzzer gave Baltimore's St. Frances a semifinal upset of the Frederick school, 75-74.That game was another in a tradition of scintillating finishes for the tournament, which for the past seven years has brought together some of the top boys high school teams from Maryland and along the Eastern seaboard.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 6, 1996
FREDERICK -- She stands 6-foot-1 and can dominate anywhere on the court, whether in the low post or at the point.Most experts agree that Prospect Hall's Nikki Teasley is one of the top three juniors in the nation.Last night, she showed top-ranked Seton Keough why.Despite playing with a badly cramped left calf during the entire fourth quarter, Teasley finished with 24 points, 13 rebounds and two assists, hitting the host Vikings' only two baskets of the second half -- both three-pointers -- to help them hold off the surging Gators, 51-43.
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 4, 2004
Chandrea Jones scored a career-high 40 points in Monday's victory over Towson Catholic, but that wasn't the only milestone the Institute of Notre Dame guard hit that night. Jones set a school career scoring record when she surpassed Alicia Morgan-Cooper's 1,367-point mark set in the late 1980s. Jones finished the night with 1,389 points for her career. Jones broke the record at home, and Morgan-Cooper was on hand to present her with a game ball after she hit the milestone early in the second half.
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February 15, 2002
Chapelgate overcame a sluggish start with a strong third quarter yesterday to beat visiting Severn, 59-28, in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference semifinal game. Chapelgate will play defending champion St. John's-Prospect Hall tomorrow at 4 p.m. at Villa Julie College in a rematch of last season's B Conference championship. The Flames (20-5) outscored the Admirals 10-2 in the third quarter, breaking open what had been a close game. Chapelgate's second-half dominance continued in the final eight minutes, which saw Chapelgate double up Severn, 22-11.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 15, 2000
Maryland guard Juan Dixon and Clemson guard Will Solomon were named Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball co-Players of the Week yesterday. Dixon averaged 26.0 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.0 steals and shot 53.7 percent from the field in two games. The Calvert Hall graduate matched his career-high of 31 points in the Terps' win over Duke on Wednesday. Solomon averaged 31.0 points and shot 57.8 percent from the field in two games. The conference named North Carolina's Nikki Teasley (St. John's at Prospect Hall)
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 17, 1999
In their final tuneups before meeting Tuesday, Dunbar and Western had different results yesterday at the Mayor's Basketball Academy at the Coppin Center.The No. 7-ranked Doves dropped a 64-61 decision to Henrico (Va.), ranked No. 4 in the Richmond area, while the Poets rolled past St. John's Prospect Hall of Frederick, 70-24.Western will play host to the Poets Tuesday at 5 p.m. in a game that could decide the city's East Division champion.The Doves watched a 12-point halftime lead disappear in the third quarter, then were unable to overtake Henrico (9-3)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 10, 1998
After a wild second day at the National Prep School Team Tennis Championships at McDonogh, the only thing certain is that nothing is certain.DeMatha emerged as the leader with a 4-0 record after shutting out both St. John's at Prospect Hall and Western Reserve Academy (Ohio). The Stags are one game ahead of Deerfield (Mass.), McDonogh and the Dwight School (N.Y.), but must play each of the latter two schools today on the final day of competition.The tournament is DeMatha's to lose, but the Stags have a tough road.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 9, 1998
McDonogh yesterday took the first step toward having a shot at winning the National Prep School Team Tennis Championships. Now comes the hard part.The host Eagles won their first two matches on the opening day of competition in the seven-team tournament. McDonogh is tied for the top spot with DeMatha and the Dwight School (N.Y.) and one game ahead of 1996 champion Deerfield (Mass.). But the Eagles must play Dwight and Deerfield today.McDonogh faces Dwight at 9 a.m., then meets Deerfield at 1 p.m. It is a difficult day on paper after a much easier opening round.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 26, 1996
The Southern Bulldogs entered play last night with fond memories of past Charm City Classics. In their last appearance, two years ago, they upset national No. 1 Rice and Felipe Lopez to win their bracket.The scenario was similar last night, as the Bulldogs, ranked 12th nationally, faced off with St. Anthony of New Jersey -- the No. 1 team in the nation according to USA Today.The result, however, was not.After leading for much of the way, the locally top-ranked Bulldogs got bowled over by a third-quarter storm of Friars defense and went down to a 56-44 defeat before a crowd estimated at 2,800 at the Towson Center.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 31, 1997
Even before he played his first varsity game, Mark Karcher had tremendous expectations placed on him. Though at the time it seemed almost unfair, Karcher lived up to all the hype, even surpassing it.Last night, Karcher added another chapter to his brilliant high school career. He hit a 25-foot jumper at the buzzer to send No. 3 St. Frances to a 75-74 victory over St. John's Prospect Hall of Frederick, ranked No. 1 in the country by the Associated Press and No. 3 by USA Today, in the first round of the Northwest bracket at the First National Bank Charm City Classic.
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February 17, 1998
BaseballAstros: Agreed to terms with OF Carl Everett and former Orioles minor-league SS Ricky Gutierrez one one-year contracts, avoiding salary arbitration. Signed C Ramon Castro, C Mitch Meluskey, IF Carlos Guillen, IF Carlos Hernandez, OF Richard Hidalgo and P Freddy Garcia to one-year contracts.Braves: Agreed to terms with C Eddie Perez and P Paul Byrd on one-year contracts.Reds: Agreed to terms with C Brook Fordyce on one-year contract.BasketballHawks: Released G Lloyd Daniels.CollegesAtlantic Coast Conference: Named North Carolina's Antawn Jamison men's Player of Week for record sixth time this season.
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By TODD RICHISSIN and TODD RICHISSIN,SUN STAFF | February 11, 1998
FREDERICK - The team was ready. The opening buzzer buzzed, the bugles blared and the fans who were gathered in the gym of the nation's No. 1 high school basketball team were all at once supposed to burst out with a roaring "CHARGE!"But from the stands came only something resembling silence. The eight courtside cheerleaders gave it their best squeal, but they felt compelled to cover their faces and giggle self-consciously when they realized that they - and only they - had mustered any sounds of encouragement.
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