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By Nancy Noyes | November 25, 1990
A little more than a week ago, the 1990 Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association-sanctioned season came to a close.And, as has happened every year for the past half-century, class and overall scorers sat down to make final tabulations for High Point standings in the dozens of classes.CBYRA recently announced the preliminary scores and High Point standings for the Handicap and Cruising One-Design classes, although the list for the One-Design division classes is not yet available.CBYRA High Point awards are made annually in recognition of consistent strong performance, and Cruising-One Design and Handicap class standings are calculated based on a formula that works like this: In each race sailed, each boat/skipper unit earns one point for starting a race and one point for finishing without disqualification, plus one point for each boat beaten and any applicable additional bonus points for long-distance racing.
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By Joshua Brett and Joshua Brett,Special to the Sun | April 13, 2008
NEWARK, N.J. -- The Blast learned last night that it's not easy to beat a playoff-caliber team three times in less than two weeks. But Adauto Neto made sure that lesson wouldn't end his team's season prematurely. Neto's goal with 2:20 remaining in the fourth quarter accounted for the Blast's only points in the second half. But it was just enough to lift the Blast to a 6-4 win over the New Jersey Ironmen at the Prudential Center. The Blast swept the two-game series and will host Milwaukee in Game 1 of the MISL semifinals Wednesday night at 1st Mariner Arena.
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By ORLANDO SENTINEL | March 17, 2008
1. North Carolina LOCATION -- Chapel Hill, N.C. HOW THEY GOT HERE -- Won Atlantic Coast Conference tournament. RECORD, RPI -- 32-2, 2nd. NCAA HISTORY -- This is 37th appearance and fifth consecutive. KEY PLAYERS -- F Tyler Hansbrough (6-9 junior, 23.1 pts., 10.3 reb.), G Wayne Ellington (6-4 sophomore, 16.5 pts., 4.3 reb.), G Ty Lawson (5-11 sophomore, 12.4 pts., 5.2 assists). THE BUZZ -- A deep, quick team that's led by probably the best player in the country in Hansbrough, the Tar Heels separated themselves late in the season and are probably the favorite to win the national title.
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By Daniel I. Dorfman and Daniel I. Dorfman,[Special to The Sun] | March 23, 2008
HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. --The Blast has been playing indoor soccer for 28 years. It has captured three Major Indoor Soccer League championships in that time, but it has never had a night like last night, as the team recorded the first shutout in franchise history, defeating the Chicago Storm, 13-0, behind goalkeeper Sagu. In a game far different than its last game, a 26-23 win at California on March 16, the Blast (17-9) continued its recent winning ways. Sagu, who sat out the California game, returned to the net and made 11 saves.
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By Nancy Noyes and Nancy Noyes,Special to The Sun | June 9, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- Connecticut sailor David Dellenbaugh clinched the overall title of the 16th biennial Lightning World Championship Regatta with a fourth-place finish in yesterday's race.The sixth and final race of the series, which began Monday at the Severn Sailing Association, was a makeup of Friday's race, which was postponed because of lack of wind. The fleet of 39 top international teams sailed yesterday in light and shifty northwest winds.Dellenbaugh stayed far enough ahead of the competition on th final and most difficult upwind leg."
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By Beau Dure and Beau Dure,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | March 26, 1999
What did we learn from Major League Soccer's opening weekend?First, the trio that has ruled MLS -- two-time champion D.C. United, defending champion Chicago and regular-season marvel Los Angeles -- showed only faint signs of releasing its grip on the league. United demolished Tampa Bay, and Chicago overcame some early jitters to get a road win at San Jose.The only member of the Big Three to struggle was Los Angeles, which needed a shootout to get past the Colorado Rapids.Second, there's trouble in Kansas City.
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By Nancy Noyes | July 7, 1991
With 73 boats on the starting line last weekend, the Eastport Yacht Club's third annual J Jamboree was the biggest ever and counted as a success despite the early lack of cooperation from the wind gods.Five classes, including J/35s, J/30s, J/29s, J/24s and J/22s, competed in the series, which consisted of three races sailed on Saturday and two on Sunday. And for the class winners, getting over the finish line of the first race in extremely difficult, fluky and light air before the time limit expired made all the difference.
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By Nancy Noyes and Nancy Noyes,Special to The Sun | June 5, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- In brisk northeasterly winds ranging from 15 to 20 knots and choppy seas, the 16th biennial Lightning World Championship Regatta continued through its second day yesterday, with two more 12.25-mile double-triangle races for the 39 top international competitors from the United States, South America and Europe.At the halfway point, with three races completed, the regatta has reached its halfway point, and scores are tight. Leading at the close of yesterday's racing with series finishes of 6-6-5 was Brad Read of Newport, R.I., and his crew: three-time Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year Betsy Allison on the bow and Harwood native Terry Hutchinson as tactician.
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By ORLANDO SENTINEL | March 17, 2008
1. North Carolina LOCATION -- Chapel Hill, N.C. HOW THEY GOT HERE -- Won Atlantic Coast Conference tournament. RECORD, RPI -- 32-2, 2nd. NCAA HISTORY -- This is 37th appearance and fifth consecutive. KEY PLAYERS -- F Tyler Hansbrough (6-9 junior, 23.1 pts., 10.3 reb.), G Wayne Ellington (6-4 sophomore, 16.5 pts., 4.3 reb.), G Ty Lawson (5-11 sophomore, 12.4 pts., 5.2 assists). THE BUZZ -- A deep, quick team that's led by probably the best player in the country in Hansbrough, the Tar Heels separated themselves late in the season and are probably the favorite to win the national title.
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 2, 2002
Centennial junior setter Leanna Kelly bailed out her team yesterday afternoon. With momentum swinging toward River Hill, Kelly served two aces and won the match's final five points on her serve to enable the eighth-ranked Eagles to fend off a furious comeback bid by the third-ranked Hawks, 15-9, 16-14, 14-16, 15-12, before a boisterous crowd in Clarksville. Centennial (6-2, 6-1 Howard County) failed to close out the match in Game 3 after racing to a 6-0 lead. And in the fourth game, it seemed the Hawks (6-1, 6-1)
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March 30, 2002
Indiana Player G Min FG FG% 3FG 3FG% FT FT% Reb. At. TO BL ST Pts. Jeffries 34 32.8 183-398 .460 26-69 .377 131-196 .668 7.6 2.0 2.8 1.3 1.5 15.4 Coverdale 35 31.8 134-315 .425 67-179 .374 93-117 .795 3.2 4.9 2.6 0.1 1.5 12.2 Odle 33 20.5 123-223 .552 3-8 .375 49-76 .645 5.2 0.7 1.2 0.2 0.2 9.0 Fife 35 32.5 106-228 .465 62-130 .477 33-47 .702 2.5 2.5 1.8 0.2 1.5 8.8 Newton 35 20.5 103-209 .493 1-2 .500 66-89 .742 5.1 0.7 1.5 1.9 0.6 7.8 Hornsby 35...
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | October 21, 2000
Veteran forward Lee Tschantret was brought in to do a little of everything for the Blast this season, most notably score. He did that last night at the perfect time. Tschantret's two-point goal with 30 seconds left proved to be the final say against a pesky Kansas City Attack team, rescuing the Blast's home opener, 21-20, in front of 8,103 at the Baltimore Arena. The Blast would have preferred to complete the gem that appeared in the works with its strong second quarter last night. Instead, an up-and-down effort that's often typical with first games more than sufficed as the Blast overcame costly penalties and the scrappy Attack, which took a 20-19 lead on a goal from Clovis Simas just 18 seconds before Tschantret's heroics.
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