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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | December 2, 1990
When a team is losing, it's only natural for a coach to become the object of scorn. So, it's befitting that the same individual be applauded when the program's fortunes are reversed.For Old Mill's Pete Regala, the Anne Arundel County Sun Football Coach of the Year, his moment of redemption has arrived.In what Regala called "his most enjoyable year as a varsity coach," the Patriots hustled their way to a 9-2 record and claimed their first Class 4A Region IV title in the school's 16-year history.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 27, 2005
Arnold residents Mark Tomchik and Pete Regala Jr. came up with what seemed like a simple idea during a conversation three years ago. After playing golf one day, they were discussing the difficulties of finding places for children to play good tournament golf in the area during the summer. Both realized that starting a tour for junior golfers might draw some interest and prove beneficial for youngsters trying to improve their skills. The pair got together the next week and laid the groundwork for the Elite Players Tour, based in Anne Arundel County but open to golfers ages 8 to 18 throughout the area.
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NEWS
May 10, 1991
Old Mill lineman Brian Evans has accepted a partial scholarship to play football at Towson State University.Evans was a two-year starter as offensive guard for Patriots coach Pete Regala and an All-Metro selection as a senior. He also competes in the shot put and discuson the Old Mill track team, and is the school's scholar-athlete.The Severn resident said his primary reason for choosing Towson State, a Division I-AA school, was to remain close to home."My biggest adjustment will probably be the amount of time I'llhave to put into working, but I don't expect that to be a major problem," he said.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | September 6, 1998
The numbers are up, the scores are down, and parity is back in the Anne Arundel County public schools golf scene.Two years ago, John Himmelheber had trouble finding six students with clubs and a golf bag to play on his Glen Burnie High School golf team. This season, he's carrying 23 players, including three that work at a nearby driving range."I don't want to cut anybody," he said.Broadneck, the preseason favorite ahead of Arundel and Severna Park, had 32 golfers try out. Bruins coach Pete Regala Jr., who works at the Glen Burnie Golf Center, kept 12, including county runner-up Drew Linder.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 28, 1998
Old Mill and Broadneck yesterday named new coaches in football and girls lacrosse, respectively. Each of the new coaches had ties with the schools.Mike Marcus, longtime assistant at Old Mill under Pete Regala and a track coach since 1990, is the Patriots' third football coach since the school opened in 1975.Broadneck grad Karen Chesley was named the Bruins' girls lacrosse coach, replacing Leann Shuck, who moved to Arundel.Marcus succeeds Regala, who retired after 14 seasons and an overall record of 69-83, including last year's 7-3 log. When Regala took over for Ron Evans, the school's first coach, in 1983, he hired Marcus as an assistant.
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | November 14, 1991
The plot is strikingly familiar. Pete Regala only hopes for a happier ending the second time around.The story goes something like this: Old Mill's football team sheds its long-standing reputation as underachiever to win the Class 4A Region IV championship and advance to the state playoffs. But its fate takes a wicked turn, as an assortment of late-season injuries keep the Patriots from moving beyond the quarterfinals.End of season. End of story.Last year, star running back William Beverly was rendered useless with strained ankle ligaments, resulting in a 10-point loss to Thomas Wootton.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | September 1, 1991
When we last saw Old Mill football coach Pete Regala back in November, he stood among a crowd of reporters on the Patriots' home field, answering questions about the loss of his star running back.We move ahead to a hot August practice, and Regala is hearing the same questions. Only this time, the circumstances have changed.Strained ligaments in his right ankle kept William Beverly on thesidelines for the second half of Old Mill's 17-7 defeat to Thomas Wootton of Montgomery County in the 4A state quarterfinals.
SPORTS
By Steve Andrulonis and Steve Andrulonis,Special to The Evening Sun | October 1, 1990
This Saturday is Showdown Day for the Archbishop Curley cross country team.The Friars, fresh from a weekend victory at the Bulldog Invitational at Bergen Community College in Paramus, N.J., are anxious to show the rest of the area teams what they're made of at the 20th and last Hereford Invitational.The Scorpions of Howard County are currently No. 1 in The Evening Sun cross country rankings. Hoffman's bunch is No. 2, but they likely will not meet head-to-head since section races are set by school enrollment size.
NEWS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 27, 2005
Arnold residents Mark Tomchik and Pete Regala Jr. came up with what seemed like a simple idea during a conversation three years ago. After playing golf one day, they were discussing the difficulties of finding places for children to play good tournament golf in the area during the summer. Both realized that starting a tour for junior golfers might draw some interest and prove beneficial for youngsters trying to improve their skills. The pair got together the next week and laid the groundwork for the Elite Players Tour, based in Anne Arundel County but open to golfers ages 8 to 18 throughout the area.
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | September 25, 1992
For members of Old Mill's football team, the season hasn't been about winning, it's been about survival.Injuries may be a part of the game for other programs, but they've been a way of life for the winless Patriots.They have seen their best players removed from the field with varying ailments, and their hopes of winning a third straight Region IV championship suffer a crippling blow."It's been a combination of a lot of different nagging injuries," said Old Mill coach Pete Regala, trying to rationalize an 0-3 start.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 28, 1998
Old Mill and Broadneck yesterday named new coaches in football and girls lacrosse, respectively. Each of the new coaches had ties with the schools.Mike Marcus, longtime assistant at Old Mill under Pete Regala and a track coach since 1990, is the Patriots' third football coach since the school opened in 1975.Broadneck grad Karen Chesley was named the Bruins' girls lacrosse coach, replacing Leann Shuck, who moved to Arundel.Marcus succeeds Regala, who retired after 14 seasons and an overall record of 69-83, including last year's 7-3 log. When Regala took over for Ron Evans, the school's first coach, in 1983, he hired Marcus as an assistant.
SPORTS
By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN STAFF | October 19, 1995
Few players mean as much to their teams as Chuck Manns does to Old Mill's football squad. When the Patriots lost Manns to an injury three weeks ago, it was like losing four players."
BUSINESS
By Kim Clark and Kim Clark,Sun Staff Writer | August 10, 1994
Maryland's workplaces are becoming increasingly violent. And if employers don't do something to reduce their workers' vulnerability to trigger-happy robbers, disgruntled employees or irate ex-husbands, the government could fine them, the state's top job safety official warned yesterday.Craig D. Lowry, compliance chief of the Maryland Occupational Safety and Health office, told a filled-to-capacity conference on workplace violence held at the Johns Hopkins University that Maryland workplaces are more violent than the national average, and that the problem seems to be getting worse.
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | September 25, 1992
For members of Old Mill's football team, the season hasn't been about winning, it's been about survival.Injuries may be a part of the game for other programs, but they've been a way of life for the winless Patriots.They have seen their best players removed from the field with varying ailments, and their hopes of winning a third straight Region IV championship suffer a crippling blow."It's been a combination of a lot of different nagging injuries," said Old Mill coach Pete Regala, trying to rationalize an 0-3 start.
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | November 14, 1991
The plot is strikingly familiar. Pete Regala only hopes for a happier ending the second time around.The story goes something like this: Old Mill's football team sheds its long-standing reputation as underachiever to win the Class 4A Region IV championship and advance to the state playoffs. But its fate takes a wicked turn, as an assortment of late-season injuries keep the Patriots from moving beyond the quarterfinals.End of season. End of story.Last year, star running back William Beverly was rendered useless with strained ankle ligaments, resulting in a 10-point loss to Thomas Wootton.
NEWS
By PROPHET PAT | November 14, 1991
The final week of regular-season football is always tough to call, and this year was no different as the Prophet finished the 10-week schedule with a lackluster 4-3 record. But now he can look forward to the playoffs.The 4-3 card, which included upsets by Glen Burnie, Northeast and Meade, left the Prophet's overall record at 72-29, a more-than-respectable percentage of .712.Glen Burnie completed its season at 5-5 by upsetting playoff-bound and Region IV champion Old Mill, 22-20, at Glen Burnie.
BUSINESS
By Kim Clark and Kim Clark,Sun Staff Writer | August 10, 1994
Maryland's workplaces are becoming increasingly violent. And if employers don't do something to reduce their workers' vulnerability to trigger-happy robbers, disgruntled employees or irate ex-husbands, the government could fine them, the state's top job safety official warned yesterday.Craig D. Lowry, compliance chief of the Maryland Occupational Safety and Health office, told a filled-to-capacity conference on workplace violence held at the Johns Hopkins University that Maryland workplaces are more violent than the national average, and that the problem seems to be getting worse.
SPORTS
By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN STAFF | October 19, 1995
Few players mean as much to their teams as Chuck Manns does to Old Mill's football squad. When the Patriots lost Manns to an injury three weeks ago, it was like losing four players."
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | October 25, 1991
After 10 years of playing recreational soccer, Steve Oliver figured he was ready to make an impact upon entering Old Mill High School as a freshman.An impact, that is, on the gridiron."
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | September 1, 1991
When we last saw Old Mill football coach Pete Regala back in November, he stood among a crowd of reporters on the Patriots' home field, answering questions about the loss of his star running back.We move ahead to a hot August practice, and Regala is hearing the same questions. Only this time, the circumstances have changed.Strained ligaments in his right ankle kept William Beverly on thesidelines for the second half of Old Mill's 17-7 defeat to Thomas Wootton of Montgomery County in the 4A state quarterfinals.
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