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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | November 7, 1992
The strategy of Kenwood coach Karen Spicer may have been unorthodox in yesterday's game against Franklin, but it did the trick.With her team stalled in a scoreless tie at the end of regulation, Spicer inserted a defensive lineup, giving her offense a much-needed rest.The result -- the Bluebirds' Danielle Baker scored the winning goal 4:01 into the second overtime, and Kenwood walked away with a 1-0 victory and the Class 3A, Region II championship."I wanted my attackers to rest, and I thought my defense could hold them off," said Spicer, who inserted her regular lineup to start the second overtime.
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By Karin Remesch and Karin Remesch,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | June 1, 1997
The Baltimore Opera Company has added a Sunday matinee to next season's productions, expanding total performances for each opera to six."This is a landmark step in the growth of the company and reflects the popularity of opera, the audience growth the company has experienced and the generosity of our loyal supporters," said Michael Harrison, general director. The company has ended the last two seasons in the black.The Sunday matinee series is in addition to the Saturday and Wednesday series.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | March 4, 1993
Eastern Vocational Tech basketball coach Joel Bailey set a bold team goal yesterday.Prior to the Mavericks' Class 3A, Region II semifinal playoff game, Bailey intended for his team to shut down No. 14 Catonsville's star senior forwards James Lewis and Printice McNair.But how serious was he? The duo, coming off back-to-back 54- and 46-point combination performances, scored 40 in the Comets' 81-56 rout, their third win this season over the Baltimore County rival.Tomorrow at 7, two-time defending state champion Catonsville (18-5)
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By NANCY NOYES | July 23, 1995
Last weekend was a big one for CBYRA's Region II, between Sandy Point and the Patapsco, when the Magothy River Sailing Association's 19th Annual Race to Baltimore took a fleet of 55 starters on a 12.3-mile race from the Magothy up to Sparrows Point on Saturday. That was followed on Sunday by the Rock Creek Yachting Association's 6.74-mile reciprocal Baltimore Harbor Lighthouse Classic, although the sticky weather contributed to a much smaller fleet of 11 starters."It was very hot," said Don Rossi, son of Saturday's PHRF A winner, David Rossi of Severna Park.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | March 5, 1993
Say one thing for the Hammond Bears. Their timing is impeccable.Last night at Hammond, the Bears, who lost two tough decisions to the county champion Mount Hebron Vikings during the regular season, turned the tables on Hebron at the most important time.Hammond clamped down on the Vikings with superb half-court defense, broke open a tight game early in the third period, and pulled away to a surprising 44-31 victory in a Class 2A, Region II semifinal. The victory sends the defending 2A champion Bears (19-4)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | March 5, 1993
The play of Nyota Mitchell kept Kim Arthur in the shadows at Randallstown much of the season. Last night, however, Arthur stepped into the spotlight.Arthur scored 24 points, including the winning basket with an assist from Mitchell, as top seed and No. 8 Randallstown edged visiting and fourth seed C. Milton Wright, 57-54, in a Class 3A, Region II semifinal.Randallstown (22-0) will play host to the regional championship tomorrow night at 7 vs. Lansdowne. C. Milton Wright finished the season 16-5.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Contributing Writer | March 5, 1993
Lake Clifton coach James Monroe was well aware of Laurel shooting guard Nicole Mamula's high-scoring ability. He just had never seen the All-Met senior play, either live or on video.So the Spartans' all-time leading scorer, with 2,218 career points, provided the visiting Monroe with a scoring sample of her four-year varsity career with 29 points to key second-seeded Laurel's 62-42 victory over the third-seeded Lakers in a Class 4A, Region II semifinal."I knew a little bit about her, I just hadn't kept up with her stats," Monroe said after the game.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Contributing Writer | March 5, 1993
Maybe the third time really is a charm.After losing to Baltimore County 2A-1A champion Loch Raven (20-2) twice during the regular season, visiting and fourth-seeded Towson (17-4) felt it had something to prove in the Class 2A, Region II semifinals.Last night, the Generals made sure they made their point.Abby Burk, Towson's only senior starter, scored 21 points and went 11-for-11 from the line to lead the Generals to a 60-50 victory over the top-seeded Raiders.The Generals now will meet Hammond in tomorrow's regionachampionship.
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By Nancy Noyes | January 12, 1992
The Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association has announced its annualcombined Region II and Region III awards ceremonies to present trophies to High Point, Annapolis Race Week and divisional/special champions from the 1991 season.Also to be announced will be the winners of the prestigious Labrot (Handicap Division), J. F. Healy (Cruising One-Design) and Corinthian Cask (One-Design Division) trophies for overall outstanding performance.Special awards such as the Corinthian Cask Improvement Award for the Handicap or COD skipper who has demonstrated the most improvementin racing skills over the past year also are planned.
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March 8, 1992
Milford Mill's playoff future seemed to be in jeopardy after leading scorer Norman Nolan broke his left wrist during Thursday's semifinal victory over Poolesville. It was thought that Nolan would be lost for the rest of the season.But Nolan, wearing a soft cast on his wrist, contributed 12 points and teammates Jerome Dennis and Kevin English each scored a game-high 23 to lead top-seeded and No. 15 Milford Mill (18-6) to an 89-64 victory over visiting and third-seeded Wilde Lake in the Class 1A, Region II championship game yesterday.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | June 22, 1993
The high school state association, in a move to clarify regional locations and to provide better understanding for the public in general, has renamed the regions for prep sports.Following are the changes as outlined in the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association's newsletter Scout:For the 4A, 3A and 2A levels: Region I becomes West, Region II be- comes North, Region III is South and Region IV is East. On the 1A level, Region I becomes 1A West, Region II becomes South, Region III becomes North and IV becomes East.
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By From Staff Reports | May 22, 1993
Ryan Lambert threw a four-hitter and drove in the winning run in the eighth inning to lead Paint Branch (13-6) past Westminster (13-4), 2-1, in a Class 4A, Region I semifinal.Westminster left-hander Chris Archambault allowed seven hits. Brad Gibson hit a 400-foot home run in the top of the seventh for Westminster. Second-seeded Paint Branch, which is seeking its third state title in four years, plays at No. 1 Gaithersburg in the regional championship today at 1:30 p.m.* Edgewood 8, North Caroline 7: Senior Timmy Hughes scored the winning run on a North Caroline (14-5)
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By From Staff Reports | May 21, 1993
Severna Park (15-4) banged out 15 hits and defeated Patterson (13-6), 11-0, in a Class 4A, Region IV semifinal softball game yesterday. Falcons pitcher Christy Huber went the distance, giving up three hits and striking out 11.* Loch Raven 6, Patapsco 5: Senior second baseman Gina Surock hit the game-winning single in the seventh inning to lead No. 14 Loch Raven (15-3) by Patapsco (9-5) in a Class 2A, Region II semifinal.For the Raiders, Margie Huesman was 3-for-3 including a leadoff double in the second inning and senior right-hander Becky Sutton struck out 12 and gave up five walks.
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May 19, 1993
Rain yesterday postponed the boys and girls lacross regional finals until today.Top-seed Severna Park's girls team will play host to second-seed Annapolis at 5 p.m in Class 4A-3A, Region IV.The boys 4A-3A, Region IV game between top-seed Broadneck and third-seed Severna Park will be played at 7 p.m. at Anne Arundel Community College.The 4A-3A, Region II boys game between top-seed North County and third-seed Catonsville will be played at 7 p.m. at North County.The 4A-3A, Region II girls game between fourth-seed North County and second-seed Dulaney will take place at 3:45 p.m. at Dulaney.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 18, 1993
Poly's baseball team entered last week as the area's sixth-ranked team, averaging over 12 hits per game.That was before the Engineers' bats took a two-game sabbatical, leading to losses against Prince George's County's highly touted Riverdale Baptist -- an earlier winner over No. 4 McDonogh -- and No. 13 Patterson.But in yesterday's 13-2, Baltimore City championship victory over City 3A league champ Southern (15-3) at Patterson, the 10th-ranked Engineers (14-6) regained their hard-hitting form.
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By From Staff Reports | May 15, 1993
Tracie Didio scored four goals as No. 4 seed South Carroll (8-5) upset No. 1 seed Centennial, 10-7, yesterday in a Class 4A-3A, Region I semifinal. Paige Nettelbladt led Centennial (11-3) with three goals. Goalie Erin Nauyalis had 22 saves for South Carroll.* North County 11, Franklin 9: Michelle Dillow scored both of her goals in overtime to lead North County past Franklin in Class 4A-3A, Region II semifinal action. Jamie Darr and Bethany Fromm scored four goals each for Franklin.* Mount Hebron 29, Glenelg 8: Attackman Cathy Nelson had eight goals and one assist to lead No. 1 seed and No. 1-ranked Mount Hebron (15-0)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | November 6, 1992
...TC The Francis Scott Key boys cross country team won its third consecutive Class 1A, Region II championship, offsetting an outstanding individual effort from Milford Mill's Mike Mamo.Mamo, running for the first time since early October because of a stress fracture in his shin, qualified for states by setting a course record of 16:39 in a steady drizzle at Francis Scott Key yesterday afternoon.Francis Scott Key placed five runners in the top 10 to win the overall title, 25-58, over runner-up Milford Mill.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Contributing Writer | March 4, 1993
Aberdeen rolled out to an early 14-point lead and never looked back as the Eagles routed Dundalk, 72-45, in a boys Class 3A, Region II semifinal last night at Aberdeen.Led by 25 points from guard P. J. Smith, the Eagles also got 19 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks from center Thomas Williams.Both were huge factors as the second-seeded Eagles (18-5) ran out to a 22-6 lead in the first quarter. Smith scored 12 in the quarter and although Williams added only two points, he had intimidating blocks on two of the Owls' first three shots.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 3, 1993
Two years ago, Forest Park was the lacrosse champ in the Maryland Scholastic Association's C Conference. Last year, the Foresters moved up a level, going 13-1 for the B Conference title.Just when the Foresters seemed to be running out of worlds to conquer, this year they entered a new one -- the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association -- where champions are crowned after postseason play.Under coach Obie Barnes the Foresters are 46-2 over the last three-and-a-half seasons.Friday's 6-5 victory over City was the Foresters' 16th straight since losing, 6-5, to Cardinal Gibbons last season.
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