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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 27, 1996
ROCKVILLE -- Kate Thirolf of Richard Montgomery did not clean up the gymnasium after last night's game.But she did nearly everything else. Thirolf finished with 34 points, 18 rebounds and seven steals as Richard Montgomery rolled to a 76-53 victory over visiting South Carroll in a Class 3A West region playoff.Thirolf, a 5-foot-10 senior forward who's the school's all-time leading scorer and is headed to Princeton, dominated play from the opening moments.She started by scoring six points in the first 90 seconds.
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2013
Emily Granger, a three-sport athlete at Saints Peter and Paul in Easton, was named the female winner of the Wendy's High School Heisman Award on Friday. Granger, who plays basketball, lacrosse and soccer, was selected last month as Maryland's female finalist for the award and was chosen as one of 11 national finalists. “It's just such an amazing feeling,” Granger said. “Not even getting the award, but just to be recognized among all these amazing people is the greatest feeling in the world.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | November 10, 1992
Gabrielle Cormier has a sprained right ankle and shin splints in her left leg. But she felt a whole lot better than yesterday's opponent.Cormier, a senior, scored twice to lead top-seeded Severna Park over fourth seed Richard Montgomery, 3-0, in the state Class 4A field hockey semifinals at Goucher College.The Falcons (13-1) can win their sixth state champi Field hockeyonship, and their first since 1987, with a victory Saturday over third-seeded Westminster.Cormier (10 goals, one assist) gave Severna Park a 1-0 lead when she poked in a loose ball during a scramble at 17 minutes, 30 seconds of the first half.
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Baltimore Sun staff | December 27, 2012
The Patterson boys basketball program will host the Bernie Eckert Holiday Classic to benefit the American Cancer Society today and tomorrow. Today's schedule features Arundel vs. National Collegiate Prep (D.C.) at 6 p.m., and Patterson vs. Richard Montgomery at 8 p.m. Admission for each day is $10 ($2 from each ticket will go to the American Cancer Society). For more information, visit PattersonBasketball.com .
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 5, 2002
The top-ranked Fallston field hockey team has high expectations. So high that even after a dominating 1-0 victory over Richard Montgomery of Rockville in yesterday afternoon's Class 3A state semifinals at Goucher College, coach Alice Puckett thought her Cougars were capable of much more. "I just felt like we weren't very sharp," said Puckett, who, in her 20th season as coach, improved her record to 251-49-16. "We didn't dodge at the right time, pass at the right time, a couple balls sitting next to the goalie's pads and we kind of watched them.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | November 7, 2000
South River was making its state-playoff debut yesterday afternoon at Goucher College, but you would have never known. The No. 7-ranked Seahawks looked right at home, quickly answering an opening goal by Richard Montgomery in the first half and then pouring it on in the second 30 minutes to ease into Saturday's Class 3A state championship game with a 4-1 victory. Senior captain Jackie Colacicco led a balanced attack with the game-winning goal and two assists; Amanda Achey provided the all-important equalizer in the first half; and Evelyn Long and Angela Cunningham helped ensure the outcome with insurance goals.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | February 29, 2000
ROCKVILLE -- Most teams dread having a nine-day layoff between games. North Carroll seemed to be energized by the break. The No. 19 Panthers opened their first Class 3A West regional playoff game by scoring 23 points in the first quarter and cruised to 69-47 win against Richard Montgomery last night. North Carroll, awarded a first-round bye because of its No. 3 seeding, shot better than 50 percent from the floor (30-for-55) and four of five starters reached double digits in points. Senior forward Becky Wike said the Panthers (19-4)
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Baltimore Sun staff | December 27, 2012
The Patterson boys basketball program will host the Bernie Eckert Holiday Classic to benefit the American Cancer Society today and tomorrow. Today's schedule features Arundel vs. National Collegiate Prep (D.C.) at 6 p.m., and Patterson vs. Richard Montgomery at 8 p.m. Admission for each day is $10 ($2 from each ticket will go to the American Cancer Society). For more information, visit PattersonBasketball.com .
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July 7, 1991
The Governor's Redistricting Advisory Committee will hold public hearings at the following locations to consider congressional and legislative redistricting. All will start at 7 p.m. The five-member panel will use information gathered at the hearings to draw new district lines. The state legislature will vote on the plan in September.July 8: Howard County College, Smith Theatre, 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia. (Howard County)July 9: Frederick High School Auditorium, 650 Carroll Parkway, Frederick.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 8, 1997
Emily Stuard helped Liberty show visiting Richard Montgomery the importance of power in volleyball last night.Stuard dominated play at the net with nine kills and seven blocks, and Richard Montgomery could do little to stop her as Liberty needed only 55 minutes to score a 15-1, 15-12, 15-2 victory in the Class 3A West region final.This was the first region championship for Liberty (15-3) since 1991. The Lions advance to the Class 3A state semifinal Wednesday at 6 or 8 p.m. at Essex Community College against Northern-Calvert.
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By MARY JOHNSON and MARY JOHNSON,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 28, 2005
In her fourth year leading the Naval Academy's Masqueraders theater troupe, Christy Stanlake again is offering extraordinary theatrical fare with Hannah Cowley's 18th-century romantic comedy, The Belle's Stratagem, opening tonight in the academy's Mahan Hall. Stanlake, 33, has established a reputation for her exceptional theatrical choices of works not often done. In her first year with the Masqueraders, Stanlake brought George Bernard Shaw's St. Joan to the overwhelmingly male academy because, she said, she wanted "to get students thinking of theater as reflective of their lives, with a military leader connected to her troops leading in battle but serving her people."
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 20, 2003
North Carroll coach Lloyd Ford scored big on a gamble that helped the Panthers win a third straight region championship yesterday. Ford had Jenna Trumpower drop a suicide-squeeze bunt that sparked a two-run rally in the bottom of the seventh and gave No. 7 North Carroll a 5-4 victory over visiting Richard Montgomery in the Class 3A West region title game. North Carroll (18-2) advanced to today's 5:30 p.m state semifinal against No. 4 Severna Park at Randazzo Park. Freshman Kaila Jenkins threw a perfect game to give Severna Park a 6-0 victory over No. 15 Mount Hebron in the Class 3A East region final yesterday.
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 5, 2002
The top-ranked Fallston field hockey team has high expectations. So high that even after a dominating 1-0 victory over Richard Montgomery of Rockville in yesterday afternoon's Class 3A state semifinals at Goucher College, coach Alice Puckett thought her Cougars were capable of much more. "I just felt like we weren't very sharp," said Puckett, who, in her 20th season as coach, improved her record to 251-49-16. "We didn't dodge at the right time, pass at the right time, a couple balls sitting next to the goalie's pads and we kind of watched them.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2002
Severna Park shortstop Lauren Haag figured the pressure would be on the Northeast softball team to beat her Falcons team for the third time this season. Haag was right. No. 13 Severna Park broke a yearlong hex and knocked off the No. 12 Eagles, 5-1, in the Class 3A East regional championship yesterday at Randazzo Park in Severn. The Falcons had dropped two straight meetings to Northeast, but Haag said the team wasn't too worried yesterday. "We thought that the odds were with us since it's hard to win three in a row," said the junior, who reached base in all four at-bats and scored twice.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 17, 2001
With last night's Class 3A football quarterfinal with Randallstown tied late in the third quarter, Richard Montgomery coach Mike Bonavia switched quarterbacks, telling senior Johnny Redmon, "Be a big-time player." The strong-armed player listened, completing several key passes, including the go-ahead touchdown, to send the Rams to defeat, 26-12, at CCBC-Catonsville. The playoff loss was the fifth in as many years for the Rams (9-2), who hurt their cause with a number of key mistakes. "We beat ourselves," Randallstown coach Anthony Knox said.
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By Lem Satterfield and Pat O'Malley | November 16, 2001
State football games Class 2A quarterfinals No. 7 Eastern Tech (9-1) at No. 1 Hereford (10-0) When: Today, 7 p.m. Outlook: The visiting eighth-seeded Mavericks lost their earlier meeting to the No. 1-seeded Bulls, 33-0, but it could be more difficult to defeat them the second time around. RB Broderick Maybank is the featured back in the Eastern Tech attack, but the Mavericks' offense is a balanced one. Hereford, a state champion in 1997, is aiming for its sixth straight semifinal appearance.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | November 11, 1993
Katie Haley had been streaking past the Westminster defense all afternoon for all kinds of high-percentage scoring opportunities for Richard Montgomery.So it came as no surprise when Haley (6 feet 1) bolted into the clear again in the sudden-death overtime period yesterday and went one-on-one with Owls goalkeeper Andrea Kirby.The surprise was that Haley finally finished off one of those promising fast breaks with a goal that lifted second-seeded Richard Montgomery to a 2-1 victory over third-seeded Westminster in the semifinals of the state Class 4A field hockey tournament at Goucher College.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | November 14, 1993
With her team trailing Richard Montgomery 1-0 with less than 10 minutes remaining in yesterday's Class 4A state championship game at Goucher College, Severna Park coach Lil Shelton called a timeout to try to alleviate some of the pressure on her team."
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | November 7, 2000
South River was making its state-playoff debut yesterday afternoon at Goucher College, but you would have never known. The No. 7-ranked Seahawks looked right at home, quickly answering an opening goal by Richard Montgomery in the first half and then pouring it on in the second 30 minutes to ease into Saturday's Class 3A state championship game with a 4-1 victory. Senior captain Jackie Colacicco led a balanced attack with the game-winning goal and two assists; Amanda Achey provided the all-important equalizer in the first half; and Evelyn Long and Angela Cunningham helped ensure the outcome with insurance goals.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 29, 2000
The Liberty boys soccer team has accomplished most of the things it set out to do this season. One of the things the Lions hadn't accomplished, however, was to beat Thomas Johnson. The Lions (11-3-1), behind two goals from John Moxley and one from Santiago Moreno, remedied that last night, beating the visiting Patriots, 3-0, in a Class 3A West region first-round playoff match. The win advances the Lions to the regional semifinals at Richard Montgomery. That game will be played on Tuesday or Wednesday night.
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