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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | April 9, 1993
It took five years to put this coaching combination together, but it was worth the wait for the Westminster High baseball team.Carl Rihard and Guy Stull have joined forces to coach the Owls' baseball team and bring stability to a program that had three coaches from 1986 to 1988.Both men have called it a "perfect situation" and plan to remain together indefinitely."We see so many things alike," Stull said. "Our philosophy and goals for the team are similar. Neither one of us is there to feed our egos.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 10, 2002
Some 25 years ago, Jim MacDonald honed his soccer skills under coach George Wagner at Franklin High. Last night, MacDonald, now the North Carroll girls coach, continued to show his former mentor that he picked up a trick or two. Forward Carly Rihard scored two goals, helping the host Panthers earn a 3-3 tie with No. 8 Franklin, a Class 3A state finalist a year ago, in a stiff early season test for both teams. North Carroll (0-0-1) led 3-2 before the Indians' Ashley Harris won a ball about 10 yards in front of the goal and beat keeper Jenna Trumpower to her left to tie the game with 16:32 left.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 10, 2002
Some 25 years ago, Jim MacDonald honed his soccer skills under coach George Wagner at Franklin High. Last night, MacDonald, now the North Carroll girls coach, continued to show his former mentor that he picked up a trick or two. Forward Carly Rihard scored two goals, helping the host Panthers earn a 3-3 tie with No. 8 Franklin, a Class 3A state finalist a year ago, in a stiff early season test for both teams. North Carroll (0-0-1) led 3-2 before the Indians' Ashley Harris won a ball about 10 yards in front of the goal and beat keeper Jenna Trumpower to her left to tie the game with 16:32 left.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 10, 2002
Some 25 years ago, Jim MacDonald honed his soccer skills under coach George Wagner at Franklin High. Last night, MacDonald, now the North Carroll girls coach, continued to show his former mentor that he picked up a trick or two. Forward Carly Rihard scored two goals, helping the host Panthers earn a 3-3 tie with No. 8 Franklin, a Class 3A state finalist a year ago, in a stiff early season test for both teams. North Carroll (0-0-1) led 3-2 before the Indians" Ashley Harris won a ball about 10 yards in front of the goal and beat keeper Jenna Trumpower to her left to tie the game with 16:32 left.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 10, 2002
Some 25 years ago, Jim MacDonald honed his soccer skills under coach George Wagner at Franklin High. Last night, MacDonald, now the North Carroll girls coach, continued to show his former mentor that he picked up a trick or two. Forward Carly Rihard scored two goals, helping the host Panthers earn a 3-3 tie with No. 8 Franklin, a Class 3A state finalist a year ago, in a stiff early season test for both teams. North Carroll (0-0-1) led 3-2 before the Indians" Ashley Harris won a ball about 10 yards in front of the goal and beat keeper Jenna Trumpower to her left to tie the game with 16:32 left.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 7, 1993
Every time Westminster baseball coach Carl Rihard read that South Carroll was the three-time defending Carroll County baseball champions, he saw red.So he enlisted former Owls head baseball coach Guy Stull to return as his assistant, and the two men proceeded to bring the county title back to Westminster where it had presided before the Cavaliers won the three straight.Rihard preached fundamentals and discipline all the way to the county championship and a share of the Central Maryland Conference title with Thomas Johnson.
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By Bill Free | March 21, 1995
Westminster Owls1994 record: 9-9. Co-Coaches: Carl Rihard and Guy Stull.Top players: Ryan Starliper, Sr., 3B; Steve Mays, Sr., OF; Mike Peters, Jr., P/OF; B. J. Hanley, Sr., OF; Paul Reter, Sr., SS; Andy Marsiglia, Sr., P; Denny Bowers, Jr., OF/P; R. D. Larkin, Sr., 1B; Brian Tozer, Soph., C.Outlook: Rihard had to restrain himself from making any bold predictions this season, preferring not to stir up any Carroll County opponents."We're the only 4A school in the county and we already see everybody's top pitcher," said Rihard.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | March 22, 1993
No one knows if the Westminster baseball team is good enough this season to end South Carroll's three-year reign at the top of the county standings.But one thing is certain, the Owls will have one of the most exciting and all-around talented players in the state on their side.His name is Todd Dorsey and his game is winning, whether it be on the baseball field, the basketball court or the golf course.Dorsey, a senior center fielder, was one of the main reasons Westminster posted a 14-6 record last season, and he just might take the Owls to greater heights this year.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | May 25, 1993
There's no single position in any team sport that has the ability to dominate a game in the same manner a pitcher does in baseball.Westminster senior Chris Archambault closed out his high school career Friday with a heartbreaking 2-1 eight-inning loss to Paint Branch in the region playoffs.The 17-year-old left-hander went pitch for pitch with highly touted senior Ryan Lambert for six strong innings -- both holding their opponents scoreless before giving up one run apiece in the seventh to send the game into extra innings.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | April 19, 1996
Senior Denny Bowers was one of the first players mentioned by Westminster baseball coach Carl Rihard when previewing the season. And rightly so.The pitcher/first baseman was a first-team All-County performer as a junior after hitting .405 with four homers and 22 RBIs, along with going 5-0 on the mound in his first varsity season.When Rihard continued down the roster to the newcomers, sophomore Matt Bowers quickly was recognized."He's bigger than his older brother and hits the ball just as hard," Rihard said.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | April 19, 1996
Senior Denny Bowers was one of the first players mentioned by Westminster baseball coach Carl Rihard when previewing the season. And rightly so.The pitcher/first baseman was a first-team All-County performer as a junior after hitting .405 with four homers and 22 RBIs, along with going 5-0 on the mound in his first varsity season.When Rihard continued down the roster to the newcomers, sophomore Matt Bowers quickly was recognized."He's bigger than his older brother and hits the ball just as hard," Rihard said.
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By BILL FREE | May 24, 1995
The 1995 Westminster baseball story is simply amazing.The Owls traveled a once-in-a-lifetime journey to the state Class 4A final four at the University of Maryland.No high school team is supposed to win nearly half of its games (eight) with comebacks or rallies in the seventh, eighth and 10th innings.When Steve Mays ripped a 365-foot double to left center Monday to beat Springbrook, 5-4, in 10 innings and send the Owls to College Park, the father of a Westminster player yelled, "I can't take it anymore."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 14, 1995
He looks more like a choir boy than a shortstop.He blends quietly into the background on the Westminster Owls baseball team, which is ranked third in the Baltimore metro area and has a 18-2 record.But when Paul Reter has a bat or glove in his hand, he looks as if he is 10 feet tall to opponents.Reter is batting .371, has 12 RBIs, has scored 12 runs, has two home runs, one triple and one double and has struck out only three times in 62 at-bats.At shortstop, the senior makes a lot of tough plays look easy and only gets into trouble when he tries to make too much out of a play.
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By Bill Free | March 21, 1995
Westminster Owls1994 record: 9-9. Co-Coaches: Carl Rihard and Guy Stull.Top players: Ryan Starliper, Sr., 3B; Steve Mays, Sr., OF; Mike Peters, Jr., P/OF; B. J. Hanley, Sr., OF; Paul Reter, Sr., SS; Andy Marsiglia, Sr., P; Denny Bowers, Jr., OF/P; R. D. Larkin, Sr., 1B; Brian Tozer, Soph., C.Outlook: Rihard had to restrain himself from making any bold predictions this season, preferring not to stir up any Carroll County opponents."We're the only 4A school in the county and we already see everybody's top pitcher," said Rihard.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 7, 1993
Every time Westminster baseball coach Carl Rihard read that South Carroll was the three-time defending Carroll County baseball champions, he saw red.So he enlisted former Owls head baseball coach Guy Stull to return as his assistant, and the two men proceeded to bring the county title back to Westminster where it had presided before the Cavaliers won the three straight.Rihard preached fundamentals and discipline all the way to the county championship and a share of the Central Maryland Conference title with Thomas Johnson.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | May 25, 1993
There's no single position in any team sport that has the ability to dominate a game in the same manner a pitcher does in baseball.Westminster senior Chris Archambault closed out his high school career Friday with a heartbreaking 2-1 eight-inning loss to Paint Branch in the region playoffs.The 17-year-old left-hander went pitch for pitch with highly touted senior Ryan Lambert for six strong innings -- both holding their opponents scoreless before giving up one run apiece in the seventh to send the game into extra innings.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 14, 1995
He looks more like a choir boy than a shortstop.He blends quietly into the background on the Westminster Owls baseball team, which is ranked third in the Baltimore metro area and has a 18-2 record.But when Paul Reter has a bat or glove in his hand, he looks as if he is 10 feet tall to opponents.Reter is batting .371, has 12 RBIs, has scored 12 runs, has two home runs, one triple and one double and has struck out only three times in 62 at-bats.At shortstop, the senior makes a lot of tough plays look easy and only gets into trouble when he tries to make too much out of a play.
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By BILL FREE | May 24, 1995
The 1995 Westminster baseball story is simply amazing.The Owls traveled a once-in-a-lifetime journey to the state Class 4A final four at the University of Maryland.No high school team is supposed to win nearly half of its games (eight) with comebacks or rallies in the seventh, eighth and 10th innings.When Steve Mays ripped a 365-foot double to left center Monday to beat Springbrook, 5-4, in 10 innings and send the Owls to College Park, the father of a Westminster player yelled, "I can't take it anymore."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | April 9, 1993
It took five years to put this coaching combination together, but it was worth the wait for the Westminster High baseball team.Carl Rihard and Guy Stull have joined forces to coach the Owls' baseball team and bring stability to a program that had three coaches from 1986 to 1988.Both men have called it a "perfect situation" and plan to remain together indefinitely."We see so many things alike," Stull said. "Our philosophy and goals for the team are similar. Neither one of us is there to feed our egos.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | March 22, 1993
No one knows if the Westminster baseball team is good enough this season to end South Carroll's three-year reign at the top of the county standings.But one thing is certain, the Owls will have one of the most exciting and all-around talented players in the state on their side.His name is Todd Dorsey and his game is winning, whether it be on the baseball field, the basketball court or the golf course.Dorsey, a senior center fielder, was one of the main reasons Westminster posted a 14-6 record last season, and he just might take the Owls to greater heights this year.
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