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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 7, 2000
Loyola coach Dave Cottle shakes his head and laughs, as he recalls wondering where Gavin Prout would fit in with the Greyhounds. Three months ago, Prout was a late addition at Loyola, a Canadian player with a reputation as a scorer with great field vision and polished stickwork, and a junior joining his third collegiate team. Two years ago, Mercyhurst College had downgraded to Division II, prompting Prout to transfer to nearby Gannon, which dropped its Division I program last year. Prout finally has found a home on the Evergreen campus.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 16, 2013
The Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League announced Monday that it has released former captain Gavin Prout (Loyola College). The 35-year-old forward played more than eight of his 12 NLL seasons with the Mammoth, but has not suited up this preseason given the constraints of the new collective bargaining agreement. Prior to training camp, Prout was given the opportunity to sign a free-agent contract with any team in the league. “For years, Gavin Prout was synonymous with the Colorado Mammoth,” said president and general manager Steve Govett . “Unfortunately, he is a casualty of the reduced roster size and newly implemented salary cap of the CBA. Elements of the agreement made for some incredibly difficult decisions; this was the toughest.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 11, 2001
Gavin Prout had three goals and an assist and the Greyhounds outscored the Blue Devils 4-2 over the final 17:56 as No. 5 Loyola defeated No. 9 Duke, 10-8, yesterday in Durham, N.C. Duke (3-2) led 3-2 after the first quarter off goals from Chris Hartofolis, Kevin Cassese and Mack Hardaker. Loyola (3-0) turned up its defense pressure in the second half, limiting the Blue Devil offense to two shots in the period while Prout scored twice to give the Greyhounds a 4-3 lead at halftime. Chris Summers and Brian Tempone each scored to increase the Loyola lead to 6-3 early in the third period.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun reporter | December 13, 2007
Dr. Thaddeus Edmund "Thad" Prout, a retired endocrinologist and first chief of medicine at Greater Baltimore Medical Center whose work helped get several potentially dangerous drugs withdrawn from the market, died of dementia Dec. 3 at Copper Ridge nursing home in Sykesville. He was 83. "It was a very impressive career, his doctoring, teaching and leadership. You don't have to look far around GBMC to see the imprint of his work," Dr. Thomas F.
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By M. William Salganik and M. William Salganik,SUN STAFF | February 11, 1998
John Prout, president and chief executive officer of St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson, said yesterday that he is leaving to assume a similar position at a three-hospital system in Ohio.The announcement comes as St. Joseph is holding talks regarding possible alliances with Greater Baltimore Medical Center and Upper Chesapeake Health System.Prout's decision to leave is "independent of any partnering discussion," said Linda Harder, director of marketing and public relations at St. Joseph.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun reporter | December 13, 2007
Dr. Thaddeus Edmund "Thad" Prout, a retired endocrinologist and first chief of medicine at Greater Baltimore Medical Center whose work helped get several potentially dangerous drugs withdrawn from the market, died of dementia Dec. 3 at Copper Ridge nursing home in Sykesville. He was 83. "It was a very impressive career, his doctoring, teaching and leadership. You don't have to look far around GBMC to see the imprint of his work," Dr. Thomas F.
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By Staff report | March 21, 1991
A Severna Park man has pleaded guilty to a rape that occurred amid aseries of violent crimes that stunned the middle-class community of Crofton last September.Stanley Glenwood Prout, 29, pleaded guiltyTuesday in county Circuit Court to first-degree rape and burglary, said Assistant State's Attorney Ronald M. Naditch.Prout followed a female bartender home from her job, broke into her Crofton Mews town house and raped her 39-year-old roommate Sept. 16, 1990, the prosecutor said.That attack occurred at about 4:10 a.m., just hours before another Crofton woman was the victim of an unrelated rape, police have said.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | August 4, 1991
A Severna Park man was sentenced Friday to 18 years in prison for a burglary and rape that occurred amid a series of violent crimes that stunned the community of Crofton last September.Stanley Glenwood Prout, 29, also was sentenced to another 4 1/2 years in prison for forgery, breaking and entering and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle as part of a three-day crime spree that culminated in the rape.Prout pleaded guilty in March to first-degree rape. Prosecutors have said he followed a female bartender home from her job, broke intoher Crofton Mews town house and raped her 39-year-old roommate Sept.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | June 11, 1997
A man suspected in the holdup of an Amoco gas station yesterday morning in Remington and in the shooting of an attendant three times was arrested hours later after police chased him down Howard Street.Police said the alleged gunman had been hiding in Ray's Auto Paint and Body shop five blocks from the gas station and confronted an employee, Ray Jones III, after police searched the building and left without finding him.Jones, who was armed with a gun, told police that the suspect reached into his waistband.
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May 2, 2007
Youth choir concert -- The Annapolis Youth Chorus will present its spring concert at 4 p.m. Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal Church, 199 Duke of Gloucester St., Annapolis. The choir will perform under the direction of Laurie J. Hays and will feature Ryan Crowe, Alex Fu, Andy Heslin, Kate Mahaffey, Allie Prout and Kate Sheridan. Admission is $15; children 12 and younger will be admitted free. 410-263-1906.
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May 2, 2007
Youth choir concert -- The Annapolis Youth Chorus will present its spring concert at 4 p.m. Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal Church, 199 Duke of Gloucester St., Annapolis. The choir will perform under the direction of Laurie J. Hays and will feature Ryan Crowe, Alex Fu, Andy Heslin, Kate Mahaffey, Allie Prout and Kate Sheridan. Admission is $15; children 12 and younger will be admitted free. 410-263-1906.
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October 12, 2005
BOYS SPORT FOOTBALL Antione Lewis, Walbrook STATS -- The senior, a three-year starting linebacker, often sparks the Warriors' defense. That was the case on Sept. 30, when the Warriors came from behind to defeat Baltimore City league rival Poly. Lewis, who finished the game with seven solo tackles, stripped the ball from a Poly runner and recovered a fumble, setting up the score that put the Warriors ahead for good, 8-7, on the way to a 32-13 victory. Lewis has been the Warriors' top tackler this season.
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By Kate Crandall and Kate Crandall,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2005
Beaten at their own game, the Bayhawks had their undefeated season ruined by the Boston Cannons, 25-13, last night at Johnny Unitas Stadium. Ex-Bayhawks attackman Mark Millon, Major League Lacrosse's all-time leading scorer, and attacker Kevin Leveille each had nine goals for the Cannons (8-2), who outscored the Bayhawks 18-6 in the final 35 minutes of the game. "They basically played our game plan against us," said midfielder Jeff Sonke, who led the Bayhawks (9-1) with two two-point goals, two one-pointers and an assist.
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By Doug Mittler and Doug Mittler,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 1, 2005
UNIONDALE, N.Y. - Even without Mikey Powell, the Bayhawks were up to the challenge last night. The Long Island Lizards may have threatened for a half, but the undermanned Bayhawks scored the first four goals of the third quarter and went on to a 21-15 victory at Mitchel Athletic Complex, improving to 6-0. Powell, the Bayhawks' star attackman, didn't make the trip because of a slight concussion suffered in Sunday's win over Rochester. But Matt Alrich, playing just his third game of the season, moved into the starting lineup and recorded a pair of goals.
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By Annie Linskey | September 9, 2004
Hometown: Baltimore Current members: Adam Marino, vocals and guitar; Shawn Hocherl, drums; Mike Ritchey ("Ritchey"), guitar; Eric Swender ("Dawg"), bass. Founded in: 2000 Style: Rock Influenced by: Poison, Garth Brooks and Green Day Notable: The band recently moved to Baltimore from Pennsylvania and changed its name. The group was called Never More, but the members changed it because they were often confused with a Seattle heavy-metal band with the same name. Quotable: Marino, on the band's first national tour: "It was the biggest and stupidest thing we ever did. We were living hand-to-mouth, eating $2 cheeseburgers.
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March 18, 2003
On March 14, 2003, JULIAN. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST INC., 4300 Wabash Ave., on Wednesday after 8:30 A.M. Remains will lie in state on Thursday at 9 A.M. at The Great Dalton Baptist Church, 4302 Garrison Blvd., where family will receive friends at 11 A.M. followed by Funeral Service at 11:30 A.M. See www.marchfh.com
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October 12, 2005
BOYS SPORT FOOTBALL Antione Lewis, Walbrook STATS -- The senior, a three-year starting linebacker, often sparks the Warriors' defense. That was the case on Sept. 30, when the Warriors came from behind to defeat Baltimore City league rival Poly. Lewis, who finished the game with seven solo tackles, stripped the ball from a Poly runner and recovered a fumble, setting up the score that put the Warriors ahead for good, 8-7, on the way to a 32-13 victory. Lewis has been the Warriors' top tackler this season.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 29, 2001
After scoring two goals in his past three games, Loyola senior Gavin Prout broke out with eight goals yesterday as the Greyhounds overpowered host Hobart, 19-11, in men's college lacrosse. The win was the fifth straight for the Greyhounds (9-2), who will close the regular season Saturday at rival Johns Hopkins. Senior Bobby Horsey had four goals, freshman Stephen Brundage had three goals and an assist, and sophomore Chris Summers contributed a goal and four assists. No. 6 Maryland 10, No. 22 Yale 5: Junior midfielder Mike LaMonica recorded his second hat trick in three games and sophomore attack Mike Mollot scored six points for the visiting Terps (12-2)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 11, 2001
Gavin Prout had three goals and an assist and the Greyhounds outscored the Blue Devils 4-2 over the final 17:56 as No. 5 Loyola defeated No. 9 Duke, 10-8, yesterday in Durham, N.C. Duke (3-2) led 3-2 after the first quarter off goals from Chris Hartofolis, Kevin Cassese and Mack Hardaker. Loyola (3-0) turned up its defense pressure in the second half, limiting the Blue Devil offense to two shots in the period while Prout scored twice to give the Greyhounds a 4-3 lead at halftime. Chris Summers and Brian Tempone each scored to increase the Loyola lead to 6-3 early in the third period.
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