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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,jeff.barker@baltsun.com | May 31, 2009
Former Georgetown University star and NBA player Reggie Williams is the new boys basketball coach at Towson Catholic, the school's athletic director said Saturday. Williams, a former star at Dunbar who has coached previously in Prince George's County, was introduced to the team Thursday, athletic director Jeff Palumbo said in an interview. Williams, 45, said he learned several weeks ago that the school where he coached this past season - Jericho Christian Academy in Landover - was closing.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 9, 2009
Men's college basketball Reggie Williams named coach of Chesapeake College Former Dunbar High and Georgetown star Reggie Williams has been named coach at Chesapeake College, a community college in Wye Mills in Talbot County. Williams, 45, was hired Monday to replace John Mappas, who guided the Skipjacks to an NJCAA Region XX championship in 2008 but retired last week because of family considerations. Williams became available when Towson Catholic closed in July; he had been hired as boys coach in May. Williams, who played 10 NBA seasons, coached the Washington Justice of the National Rookie League - at that time an unaffiliated minor league for the NBA - to the 2000 championship.
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By Sam Borden and Sam Borden,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2000
DISTRICT HEIGHTS - Reggie Williams has hands that define him. They are weathered with effort, the long fingers fading into the leather of an ever-so-worn basketball. For years he used the hands to send up shot after twine-stroking shot, first at Dunbar High, then at Georgetown and in the NBA. But now, over three years after washing away the rosin and sweat for a final time, Reggie Williams' hands are full again. He is a coach. A first-time boss in a first-time league, Williams has taken the reigns of the Washington Justice, one of six teams in the National Rookie League, a minor-league training ground for aspiring professional players that begins its inaugural season Sunday.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,jeff.barker@baltsun.com | May 31, 2009
Former Georgetown University star and NBA player Reggie Williams is the new boys basketball coach at Towson Catholic, the school's athletic director said Saturday. Williams, a former star at Dunbar who has coached previously in Prince George's County, was introduced to the team Thursday, athletic director Jeff Palumbo said in an interview. Williams, 45, said he learned several weeks ago that the school where he coached this past season - Jericho Christian Academy in Landover - was closing.
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December 26, 1990
Basketball San Antonio Spurs -- Waived G Reggie Williams (Dunbar, 7.8 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 2.1 apg) and G Pete Myers (3.6 ppg in 8 games). Activated F Sidney Green from injured list.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | June 14, 2002
One of the nation's most storied high school basketball programs, that of Dunbar, will go all out July 20 to showcase much of the talent that led the school to national championships in the early 1980s and early 1990s. The main event of a daylong basketball alumni extravaganza at the school will send the 1982-83 national championship team (31-0) against the 1991-92 national championship squad (29-0) at 6 p.m. The 1982-83 team produced three first-round NBA draft choices (Reggie Williams, Muggsy Bogues and Reggie Lewis)
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer | August 31, 1994
The NBA held a draft lottery yesterday at the Baltimore Arena.And commissioner David Stern wasn't even there.A former basketball coach, an NBA mascot and two local sportscasters took Stern's place, selecting the two teams for the Muggsy Bogues All-Star Classic on Sept. 8.The game features 19 NBA players, including two of Bogues' Charlotte Hornets teammates, Alonzo Mourning and Larry Johnson. The proceeds benefit Baltimore Reads, a non-profit organization designed to assist adults.But yesterday, former Dunbar and University of Maryland basketball coach Bob Wade was the big winner.
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May 19, 2000
Baseball Brewers: Re-assigned OFSteve Truitt and OFArmando Villero to extended spring training. Indians: Placed P Ricardo Rincon on 15-day DL , retroactive to May17, with irritation in left elbow. Signed P Scott Sanders. Recalled P Jim Brower from Triple-A Buffalo. Recalled P Mark Watson from Buffalo. Mets: Activated P Bobby Jones from 15-day DL . Optioned P Bill Pulsipher to Triple-A Norfolk. Rangers: Recalled P Dan Kolb from Triple-A Oklahoma City. Optioned P Doug Davis to Oklahoma City.
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By ANDREW BRANDT | August 1, 1993
In a year that has seen the loss of, among others, Arthur Ashe and Davey Allison, the inevitable unanswerable question becomes: "Why do such bad things happen to such good people?" Reggie Lewis was a very good person.Reggie died as captain of the Celtics, the leader and take-charge player on the NBA's proudest franchise. These achievements are all the more impressive due to the obstacles that Reggie quietly and persistently dodged along the way.Reggie came into the NBA along with his more highly regarded high school teammates -- Reggie Williams, Muggsy Bogues and David Wingate.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 9, 2009
Men's college basketball Reggie Williams named coach of Chesapeake College Former Dunbar High and Georgetown star Reggie Williams has been named coach at Chesapeake College, a community college in Wye Mills in Talbot County. Williams, 45, was hired Monday to replace John Mappas, who guided the Skipjacks to an NJCAA Region XX championship in 2008 but retired last week because of family considerations. Williams became available when Towson Catholic closed in July; he had been hired as boys coach in May. Williams, who played 10 NBA seasons, coached the Washington Justice of the National Rookie League - at that time an unaffiliated minor league for the NBA - to the 2000 championship.
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN STAFF | April 25, 2004
The University of Miami and the 2004 class of wide receivers set records in the NFL draft yesterday. The Hurricanes had six first-round selections, breaking the record of five they had in 2002 and shared with Southern California (1968). There were seven wide receivers taken in the first round, topping the previous high of five set in 1988 and matched in 2001. Altogether there were 19 offensive picks in the first round, most in the past 15 years. 1. CHARGERS* Philip Rivers, QB, North Carolina State The Chargers wanted to trade back all along and take Rivers.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | August 29, 2003
The opening of any college football season brings change, but is there any game this weekend where the two teams have had more tumultuous offseasons than Ohio State and Washington? The second-ranked Buckeyes will play host to the No. 17 Huskies tomorrow night at Ohio Stadium with preseason Heisman favorite Maurice Clarett sitting out the first of a multi-game suspension for exaggerating the cost of the items that were stolen from a car the tailback had borrowed from a Columbus car dealer.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | June 14, 2002
One of the nation's most storied high school basketball programs, that of Dunbar, will go all out July 20 to showcase much of the talent that led the school to national championships in the early 1980s and early 1990s. The main event of a daylong basketball alumni extravaganza at the school will send the 1982-83 national championship team (31-0) against the 1991-92 national championship squad (29-0) at 6 p.m. The 1982-83 team produced three first-round NBA draft choices (Reggie Williams, Muggsy Bogues and Reggie Lewis)
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By Sam Borden and Sam Borden,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2000
DISTRICT HEIGHTS - Reggie Williams has hands that define him. They are weathered with effort, the long fingers fading into the leather of an ever-so-worn basketball. For years he used the hands to send up shot after twine-stroking shot, first at Dunbar High, then at Georgetown and in the NBA. But now, over three years after washing away the rosin and sweat for a final time, Reggie Williams' hands are full again. He is a coach. A first-time boss in a first-time league, Williams has taken the reigns of the Washington Justice, one of six teams in the National Rookie League, a minor-league training ground for aspiring professional players that begins its inaugural season Sunday.
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May 19, 2000
Baseball Brewers: Re-assigned OFSteve Truitt and OFArmando Villero to extended spring training. Indians: Placed P Ricardo Rincon on 15-day DL , retroactive to May17, with irritation in left elbow. Signed P Scott Sanders. Recalled P Jim Brower from Triple-A Buffalo. Recalled P Mark Watson from Buffalo. Mets: Activated P Bobby Jones from 15-day DL . Optioned P Bill Pulsipher to Triple-A Norfolk. Rangers: Recalled P Dan Kolb from Triple-A Oklahoma City. Optioned P Doug Davis to Oklahoma City.
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February 12, 1997
BaseballAngels: Invited C Ben Molina to spring training as nonroster player.Giants: Named Jim Fregosi special assignment scout/instructor.Orioles: Agreed to one-year contracts with OF Danny Clyburn, OF Eugene Kingsale, P Tom Davey, P Jimmy Haynes, P Mike Johnson and C B. J. Waszgis.Red Sox: Agreed to terms with SS John Valentin on one-year, $3.75 million contract, avoiding salary arbitration.BasketballBulls: Placed G Randy Brown on injured list.Kings: Signed G-F Jeff Grayer for rest of season.
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December 6, 1996
BaseballDiamondbacks: Named Mel Didier director of player development.Expos: Agreed to terms with manager Felipe Alou on two-year extension through 2000.Phillies: Agreed to terms with P Jerry Spradlin.Rangers: Placed IF Lou Frazier on waivers for purpose of giving him unconditional release. Former Orioles coach Greg Biagini will return as manager of Triple-A Oklahoma City.BasketballMagic: Waived F Cliff Rozier.Nets: Placed F Reggie Williams (Dunbar) on injured list with stress fracture of left tibia.
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January 21, 1997
BaseballAngels: Agreed to terms with P Steve Ontiveros and IF Luis Alicea on minor-league contracts. Designated IF Robert Eenhoorn for assignment.Blue Jays: Agreed to one-year contract with OF Jacob Brumfield with club option for 1998, avoiding salary arbitration.Brewers: Signed 1B Dave Nilsson to three-year contract with club option for 2000.Expos: Signed OF Cliff Floyd, IF Orlando Cabrera, IF Ryan McGuire, P Mike Thurman and P Steve Falteisek.Mets: Signed C Yohanny Valera to minor-league contract and invited him to major-league camp.
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December 6, 1996
BaseballDiamondbacks: Named Mel Didier director of player development.Expos: Agreed to terms with manager Felipe Alou on two-year extension through 2000.Phillies: Agreed to terms with P Jerry Spradlin.Rangers: Placed IF Lou Frazier on waivers for purpose of giving him unconditional release. Former Orioles coach Greg Biagini will return as manager of Triple-A Oklahoma City.BasketballMagic: Waived F Cliff Rozier.Nets: Placed F Reggie Williams (Dunbar) on injured list with stress fracture of left tibia.
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