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By Ethan Renner and For The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2013
  "No one is ever going to believe us again. " - Mackenzie McHale "The Newsroom" began the last third of its second season with Don facing Rebecca and the ACN legal team, pleading with them to recognize the absurdity of why they were all there. It wasn't Maggie, freshly traumatized from her time in Africa, who had erred; it was Jerry. It wasn't Will in all his pompous grandeur who had cut up an interview trying to make a name for himself; it was Jerry. It wasn't Charlie who had deceived a room filled with his peers in an effort to bring down a president; it was Jerry.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2013
The Maryland basketball team held an open scrimmage Saturday without head coach Mark Turgeon, who was home with strep throat. Assistant coach Scott Spinelli ran the practice portion that wasn't open to the public, then let fellow assistants Bino Ranson and Dalonte Hill coach after they split up the teams. For those planning their ACC fantasy league teams, Jake Layman continues to show signs that he could take a major step from his freshman year. The 6-foot-8 forward led the Red Team to a 38-36 win in the 20-minute scrimmage with 20 points.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | July 16, 1995
Many of the players who walked onto the court for the inaugural David Brown Memorial All-Star Game last night at Baltimore City Community College were rivals during their high school days.But last night wasn't about rivalries or competition. It was about peace. An attempt to confront the random violence that has claimed many victims.One of those victims was Brown, a former standout at BCCC and Pfeiffer College in Misenheimer, N.C., who was killed in January. Brown was shot as he sat in a car at a traffic light on Russell Street en route to a basketball game at the USAir Arena.
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By Ethan Renner and For The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2013
  "No one is ever going to believe us again. " - Mackenzie McHale "The Newsroom" began the last third of its second season with Don facing Rebecca and the ACN legal team, pleading with them to recognize the absurdity of why they were all there. It wasn't Maggie, freshly traumatized from her time in Africa, who had erred; it was Jerry. It wasn't Will in all his pompous grandeur who had cut up an interview trying to make a name for himself; it was Jerry. It wasn't Charlie who had deceived a room filled with his peers in an effort to bring down a president; it was Jerry.
NEWS
By Dan Rodricks | May 27, 2009
I find it interesting, amusing and a little sad that what Greg Dunn today describes as "magic" we once would have described as routine, common, everyday - a way of life, really. I'm talking baseball and what happens on the rare occasions when kids get together, pretty much on their own, and start a game. This happened last week in Baltimore, and these days that's something worth writing home about. And it gave me an idea. But first, let's hear from Mr. Dunn, whose company, The Crew Works, stages, manages and staffs concerts, film productions and other such events.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray | November 12, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- Exree Hipp hit eight three-point shots and scored 36 points as his Red team outscored the White in both halves of Maryland's intrasquad scrimmage yesterday before 500 fans at Cole Field House.Hipp, who missed 10 days of practice with a sprained ankle, out-dueled LaRon Profit, who led the White team with 23 points and hit three threes.Hipp scored on a variety of shots, but perhaps his best was a delicious spin move in the lane in the second half after taking an outlet pass from Keith Booth (19 points)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | November 24, 1992
More passing resulted in more goals for the Gold team at the girls All-State Senior All-Star game last night.The Gold team used pinpoint passing to score four second-half goals -- rallying from a two-goal halftime deficit -- and score a 4-3 victory over the Red team at Catonsville Community College.The game-winning goal was scored by Amy Wolff of Liberty, after receiving a centering pass from Sheri Huckleberry of Middletown.Goalie Melissa Jessie, a Red defender, and Wolff all arrived at the ball around the same time.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 22, 2000
COLLEGE PARK - University of Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams compared yesterday's intrasquad scrimmage to a test concluding the first week of class. Before several hundred fans at Ritchie Coliseum, the Terrapins ended their first week of practice with a spirited battle among themselves. The competition was relatively low on turnovers and high on energy. Both Red and White teams pleased the coach with their effort and conditioning. The only stain on the two, 20-minute halves - each won by the Red team - was the twisted right ankle suffered by senior forward Terence Morris, who walked off the floor four minutes into the second half and did not return.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 21, 2001
COLLEGE PARK - Sophomore forward Chris Wilcox is well-known for his ability to dunk. He is considered the best pure athlete on the men's basketball team at the University of Maryland. Yesterday, in the team's annual Red-Black scrimmage that concluded the first week of practice, Wilcox, 6 feet 9, showed several hundred observers at Cole Field House that he also has been working on his outside shot. The Red team won both halves of the scrimmage, partly because Wilcox dominated inside for much of the exercise, and also because he contributed two three-point baskets in the second half.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | July 9, 1992
While most Americans were preparing for a weekend offireworks, Susan Wren spent six days last week dazzling audiences in California with her own display of volleyball skills.She burned some rivals with solid passing, or with her serving, which was also on target. And her blistering kills were better than ever."Our team was at full force, and I felt I had a very good tournament," said Wren, who helped Howard County's 16-and-under Columbia Lightning to a 64th-place finish among 256 teams in the June 28-July 4 Nike Volleyball Festival in Davis.
NEWS
August 22, 2013
H2O, the Harford County-based field hockey club team, recently had four players selected to participate in the AAU/USA Junior Olympic (JOs) held at the University of Michigan in Anne Harbor from July 31 through Aug. 3. Each player was selected based on their outstanding performances in USA Field Hockey's Futures program and represents the top 10 percent of talent in the sport. Sabrina Rhodes was selected to her second consecutive JOs. In addition, this summer after participating in the National Futures Championship, she was invited to the Junior National Camp, where she competed for a spot on the National Team.
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By Denise Weiss and For The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2013
It's Week 3 of "The Bachelorette" and we are down to 16 guys in women's tank tops. Chris arrives at the mansion with the first of two group-date cards. The “Love Is A Battlefield” date goes to Chris, Brian, Drew, Michael, Brooks, Brad, Mikey T., Brandon, Zack and Ben.  Let the battling begin! After a quick limo ride in a stretch SUV, the guys are greeted by Des covered in pink lycra.  Instead of being treated to a Pat Benatar concert, the guys are introduced to the men of the National Dodgeball League.
SPORTS
By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2013
The quarterback of Maryland's past - and presumably its future - stood on the sideline with a ball cap and a headset, signaling in plays. Recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament, C.J. Brown has been limited to 7-on-7 drills and was unable to play in Friday night's spring game in front of an announced 8,200 fans at Byrd Stadium. So Brown, who will be a redshirt senior, watched other quarterbacks doing what he aspires to once the season opens: swing the ball to Stefon Diggs and watch the elusive receiver make defenders miss.
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Sports Digest | June 25, 2012
Triathlon Winterroth, Cairns win 21.52-mile competition Benjamin Winterroth of Silver Spring and Hilary Cairns of Washington took home victories at TriColumbia's third annual Celebrating Heroes Sprint Triathlon on Sunday at Centennial Lake Park in Columbia. More than 1,000 endurance athletes, including both able-bodied and physically challenged athletes, participated in the race, which consisted of a 0.62-mile swim, 17.5-mile bike ride and 3.4-mile run. Winterroth, 31, won the men's division with a time of 1 hour, 20 minutes, 50 seconds, defeating the defending champion and course record holder, Anthony Van Lierop . Cairns, 42, was the top female finisher, with a time of 1:30:55.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | April 21, 2012
Random observations from Maryland's Red-White game: * Aren't these games supposed to be shootouts? This one clearly wasn't. Not with 13 sacks and only two touchdowns. I think Maryland's defense, which struggled last season with injuries and inexperience, will be improved. The question, of course, is by how much. A lot will depend on how well guys can return from injuries. I'm talking about linebacker Kenny Tate and safety Matt Robinson, among others. Also, defensive lineman Joe Vellano (foot)
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2011
— Fans who attended Maryland's spring football game Saturday at Byrd Stadium saw a new head coach and coordinators, new looks on offense and defense, and nine players in different positions than a year ago. There was even a wide receiver — Cliff Tucker — trying to make the transition from a basketball player in short pants to a football player in pads and cleats. With all the changes afoot, it must have been comforting for fans and new head coach Randy Edsall to watch returning quarterback Danny O'Brien — the Atlantic Coast Conference Freshman of the Year — fade back on the game's first play and loft a 65-yard scoring pass to wide receiver Ronnie Tyler.
NEWS
By Dolly Merritt and Dolly Merritt,Special to the Sun | June 22, 1994
It's a Wednesday morning on the dusty diamond at Cedar Lane Park, and the Howard County Red senior citizens' slow-pitch softball team -- which has won three of its nine games -- is in full swing, despite a few aching backs and some wrapped knees.The 19 members of the team, sponsored by the county's Department of Recreation and Parks and the Harry H. Witzke Funeral Home in Ellicott City, are 60 and older. Another county XTC softball team for seniors, Howard County White, consisting of players 65 and older, is sponsored by Poole & Kent Co. in Baltimore.
NEWS
By BRADLEY OLSON and BRADLEY OLSON,SUN REPORTER | April 12, 2006
It might not have looked like it, but there was a war going on yesterday between midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy and the "Red Team" at the nearby National Security Agency at Fort Meade. The Red Team -- a group of NSA hackers tasked with breaking into U.S. government and military information systems to expose vulnerabilities -- was "attacking" servers set up by computer science and information technology majors at the Annapolis military college. The midshipmen, in turn, were trying to defend their network.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2011
Covie Stanwick tried to carry Notre Dame Prep to a victory on Thursday afternoon, but Roland Park wouldn't let her do it. Stanwick finished with 10 points in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference game, but No. 12 Roland Park tightened its defense, became more effective on offense after early troubles and pulled out a 15-12 victory over No. 2 Notre Dame Prep. Stanwick finished with five goals and five assists, and had a hand in 10 of the team's 12 goals.
SPORTS
By George Diaz, Tribune newspapers | August 11, 2010
After a bit of negotiating, Kasey Kahne will join the Red Bull Racing team in 2011. He will spend one season there before moving to Hendrick Motorsports. "This opportunity places me with an established, competitive team that has proven they can win races and make the Chase," Kahne told reporters on Tuesday. "The opportunity to drive for Red Bull Racing Team in 2011 is a great fit for me, both personally and professionally. "It feels good to be able to finally put this to rest and focus my energy on finishing the season strong for the 9 team and our sponsors.
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