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By Baltimore Sun reporter | July 6, 2011
Jeremy Raley (Maryland) scored in the first half to help Baltimore Bays Chelsea defeat Lower Merion, the state champion from Pennsylvania, 1-0, and earn the Under-19 Region 1 championship this past weekend in Lancaster, Pa. Phil Saunders (Perry Hall, UMBC) recorded the shutout. The Bays won five games in five days to qualify for the nationals in Phoenix from July 26 to July 31. The Bays' U-18 squad will compete in the United States Development Academy national finals starting this weekend in Milwaukee.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2014
Jane O. Emich, an outstanding Maryland golfer who during her more than 60-year career won numerous state and regional titles, died May 20 of respiratory failure at her home in the Brightwood retirement community. She was 95. "Jane Emich was not only a great golfer, one of the best ever in Maryland, she was a gracious lady who by her kind and selfless demeanor enriched the game of golf in Maryland and widely beyond," said Jack R. Palmer, former president of the Baltimore Country Club and chairman of the PGA Players Championship held at the club in 2007 and 2009.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | February 26, 2012
Bel Air High's William Holder-Moore turned in an impressive performance in winning the 170-pound title at Saturday's 3A/4A East regional tournament held at Wilde Lake High School in Columbia. Holder-Moore won a 7-3 decision of Meade's Isiah Alston to take the title and notch the only first place finish among Harford County wrestlers who competed in what is generally considered the toughest regional meet in the state. Wrestling in the 132-pound championship, Bel Air's Jason Taylor lost by technical fall to Tyler Goodwin of Arundel, but the runner-up position still assured Taylor of a berth in the state championship meet.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2013
First team Carly Bunting South River, senior * Captured the Anne Arundel County individual title as South River won team crown * Took the Class 4A East region title as Seahawks also won team title * Finished sixth in the state meet * Took fourth in the Doc Jones Invitational Sarah Coffey Hereford, sophomore * After a solid freshman year last fall, Coffey continued to improve this season ...
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November 18, 2011
The Perryville Panthers record-setting football season continued Friday night with a region championship. Perryville, sparked by two 70-plus yard passing touchdowns in the third quarter, beat visiting Cambridge-South Dorchester, 21-10, to win the Maryland Class 1A East region title. The Panthers (12-0) advance to next week's state semifinals at a place and time to be determined. This will be the Panthers first trip to the state football semifinals. In somewhat of a see-saw battle, Perryville found itself trailing 10-6 midway through the third quarter.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | May 22, 1997
The Wilde Lake boys track team won its first regional championship last Friday, topping Howard County champion Atholton, 155-131, for the Class 2A South region title at Friendly.Wildecats coach Charlie Shoemaker hopes that means the Class 2A state meet, which begins today, will be wide open."Middletown is the favorite, and Milford Mill should be right there," Shoemaker said. "But I think that 60 points will win the meet. We're fourth- or fifth-seeded, but we could win."The Wildecats, whose only state outdoor track title was in 1975, made several improvements from their four-point county loss to Atholton to their 24-point regional victory over the Raiders.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | November 9, 1992
Essex Community College controlled play for much of the game, but it needed a goal from Jill Fennekohl with 11:43 left for a 1-0 victory over visiting Catonsville Community College in the NJCAA Region XX soccer title game yesterday.Both teams advance to the NJCAA tournament starting Nov. 19 at Mercer County (N.J.) Community College. Essex (15-0-1), ranked third nationally, plays the host school, which tied the Knights, 2-2, in the regular season. This is Essex's first region title since 1987, the final year of a six-year string of region titles.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 15, 1998
The second half of yesterday's Class 1A-2A West regional girls lacrosse final was a little more than three minutes old, and Towson coach Jill Altshuler already had seen enough.Loch Raven reeled off three goals in 96 seconds and pulled within a goal of the Generals, when the first-year coach signaled for a timeout."It was a good timeout," said Towson junior Lindsay Buchanan. "She really made us see that this was all or nothing. She reminded us that if we didn't win today our season was over, and none us wanted that to happen."
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 9, 1997
Lindsey Lowman scored 14 of her game-high 19 points in the second half to lead host Southern of Harwood to a 46-37 victory over South River in last night's 2A East region final.Lowman, who turned an ankle and went down, left the floor with about two minutes to go in the first half to get help from the team doctor. It was surprising to see the senior guard come out for the second half.Southern (13-10) had just finished a horrendous second period in which it hit only one (a three by Alicia Groveston)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | November 24, 1992
South Carroll coach Jim Horn knew he had some big holes to fill going into the season.For starters, the Cavs lost three players on defense that had had a combined nine years of varsity experience.But when Horn -- expecting 15 players back from last year's squad -- saw only seven returning players at the team's first practice, he knew he had his work cut out for him."At that first practice, I pulled the seven returners over to a side and said 'I think we're a little short here,' " he recalled.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | November 16, 2013
Sherrod Hawkes and his Patterson teammates tried not to let it dominate their thoughts leading up to Saturday's Class 2A North regional semifinal football game at Randallstown, but they sure wanted the chance to see Dunbar next week. The Clippers wasted no time setting up another meeting with their Baltimore City rival, jumping out to a 24-point lead over the Rams in less than eight minutes and cruising to a 43-0 win. Hawkes ran for 203 yards on 10 carries and scored three touchdowns.
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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2013
Fourth-ranked South River gave up two early runs, but came back to score five and defeat No. 5 North County, 5-2, on Friday to win the Class 4A East region baseball title. It is the first region title for South River since 2008. Brody Raimondo went 4-for-4 with a double, while Scott Mitchell went 2-for-4 with a triple to lead South River (18-5). Mitchell also pitched a complete game five-hitter with seven strikeouts. The Seahawks will face Prince George's County's Eleanor Roosevelt, the South Region winner, at 4 p.m.on Tuesday in College Park.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2013
For a Marriotts Ridge girls lacrosse team that has outscored most opponents by huge margins, defense made all the difference in Wednesday's Class 3A-2A South regional championship. Senior defender Alex McKay knew it wouldn't be long before her No. 6 Mustangs outlasted archrival Mount Hebron, 11-8, for their third regional title in four years. "It was important for us to play together and play as a team," McKay said. "This is one of the best games I think our defense has played.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2013
Tavi Thomas ended the Oakland Mills dream of a perfect season Thursday night. Thomas drilled a 3-pointer with nine seconds left that gave visiting Calvert a come-from-behind 69-67 victory over No. 6 Oakland Mills in the Class 2A South region championship. Oakland Mills entered the game as the only unbeaten public school team left in the state - for boys - and the Scorpions finished with a 24-1 record. Oakland Mills was trying to make the state final four for the first time in 12 years, and a state championship would have meant the Scorpions did it with a perfect record.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2013
Edmondson boys basketball coach Darnell Dantzler was caught in the moment Thursday night at Randallstown, emotionally accepting one hug after the next while his players were in the background loudly celebrating. In the past four years, the Red Storm had successful seasons come to an end in the region championship game with each opponent going on to win the state championship. But this time, it was Edmondson's turn. This time, it was seniors Darius Walker and Isaiah Tripp and Darius Hubbard and Myrek Lee-Fowlkes making big plays, hitting important shots and making clutch free throws at the end to lead the No. 5 Red Storm to a 73-63 win over Randallstown to claim the Class 2A North region championship.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2012
Edmondson coach Dante Jones has been named Ravens' High School Football Coach of the Week after leading the Red Storm to the regional championship and a berth in this weekend's state Class 2A semifinals. Jones has taken the Red Storm to the state semifinals six times since 1999 with a championship in 2006. The Red Storm advanced with last week's 12-6 win over Dundalk for the 2A North region title - their second straight close game after holding off Baltimore City rival Douglass, 14-10, in the regional opener.
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March 18, 1998
E. J. Henderson Aberdeen Boys basketball Henderson had 12 points and seven rebounds in a loss to Friendly (71-50) in the Class 3A state semifinals. The senior forward led the Eagles to the region title with 17 points, 12 rebounds and six assists in a win over Kenwood (86-66).
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May 20, 1997
Denny ChapmanCentennialbaseballIn leading Centennial to the 3A East Region title and a state semifinal berth, Chapman threw a no-hitter in beating Edmondson, 10-0, then one-hit J.M. Bennett, 8-0, for the region title. The senior, who is headed for Virginia, had 15 strikeouts in each game and also totaled four hits and four RBIs.Melissa CoyneTowsonlacrosseCoyne, a senior, led the Generals to three playoff wins and a spot in the state Class 1A-2A championship game. The Generals beat Owings Mills, 19-4; Catonsville, 15-9; and Southern-AA, 12-7, with Coyne registering 40 saves and allowing 15 goals good for a 72.7 save percentage.
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November 6, 2012
Howard Community College Volleyball The HCC volleyball team continues to have one of the best seasons in program history. The Dragons captured their first Region XX/District G tournament championship after defeating Loraine Community College (Ohio) in five games on Oct. 28. The team will travel to Rochester, Minnesota to compete in the Division-III NJCAA Nationals, which run Nov. 7-11. It will be the first appearance at Nationals for the program. HCC won its conference with a perfect 11-0 mark, and finished the regular season with a 19-2 overall record.
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By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 8, 2012
Mobley's Eagles put it all together for a big season on various levels. Aberdeen won both the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference Susquehanna Division title and the conference championship. After that, the Eagles won the Class 3A North region title before finishing third in the state meet. The team broke five school records and stepped up in the bigger meets in the second half of the season. Mobley said he was very proud of what his girls showed this season. "This group of young ladies was the most talented team I've coached since being at Aberdeen," Mobley said.
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