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February 7, 2012
Courtney Winn Faudree and Tyler Marion Hurd Mr. and Mrs. Eric M. Faudree, of Urbanna, Va. announce the engagement of their daughter, Courtney Winn Faudree, to Tyler Marion Hurd, son of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Hurd Jr., of West Friendship. Faudree, a 2009 graduate of Roanoke College, is a project coordinator at The Martin Agency, in Richmond, Va. Hurd, a 2008 graduate of Roanoke College, is employed at The Faison School for Autism, also in Richmond. A May 2012 wedding in Urbanna is planned.
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dsturm@tribune.com | April 24, 2013
Not only is Patsy Cline's 1962 hit "Crazy" among the choices on the little jukeboxes perched on the wall at the Bel-Loc Diner's booths, the country singer with the smooth, sultry voice once ate there. So have singer Brenda Lee and comedian Redd Foxx. The Baltimore Colts legendary quarterback Johnny Unitas was known to drop in as well, and Orioles "Iron Man" Cal Ripken Jr. once graciously signed autographs during a meal. "He (Ripken) tipped pretty well," waitress Rachel Fisher recalled.
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November 15, 2012
A slew of area senior athletes made official college commitments Nov. 14 at their respective schools. Included in the list are Roland Park Country School's Emma Guarino (University of Michigan), Erika Brager (Jacksonville University) and Haley Hauser (Bucknell University). Towson High's Sam Stark (Millersville University), Hannah Hicklen (University of Cinncinatti) and Sara Beach (Michigan) are also among the elite. As are Calvert Hall's Stephen Kelly (University of North Carolina)
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November 15, 2012
A slew of area senior athletes made official college commitments Nov. 14 at their respective schools. Included in the list are Roland Park Country School's Emma Guarino (University of Michigan), Erika Brager (Jacksonville University) and Haley Hauser (Bucknell University). Towson High's Sam Stark (Millersville University), Hannah Hicklen (University of Cinncinatti) and Sara Beach (Michigan) are also among the elite. As are Calvert Hall's Stephen Kelly (University of North Carolina)
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November 17, 2011
  Lauren and Joseph Brusak IV   Michelle and Dave Johnson, of Sparks, announce the marriage of their daughter, Lauren Michel Johnston, to Joseph John Brusak IV, son of Kathy and Joe Brusak, of Kingsville, on Sept. 10, 2011. The bride is a graduate of Hereford High School and Roanoke College, in Salem, Va. She is currently employed as a senior financial analyst at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Knowledge for Health Project. The groom is a graduate of John Carroll High School, Loyola University and the University of Baltimore, where he earned a master's degree.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2012
Glenelg Country School has named Oakland Mills graduate Glenn Hayman as its new varsity boys soccer coach. Hayman returns to the Howard County area after a successful soccer career as a player and a coach at Roanoke College. After helping Oakland Mills capture consecutive state championships in 1998-99, Hayman enjoyed a four-year career at Roanoke before becoming an assistant coach at the college. He also coached at Lord Botetourt High School from 2007-09. As a college player, he earned All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference honors in both his junior and senior seasons.
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By Glenn P. Graham | June 15, 1993
Shelley Smith Francis Scott KeyClass: SeniorGPA: 3.71, SAT: 820Sports: Volleyball, basketball, softballOther activities: Key Club, French Club, Executive Board member, Paddle for People, Neighbors in Need, "hugger" with Special Olympics.College: Western Maryland CollegeSnapshot: An All-Monocacy Valley Athletic League performer and team captain in all three sports, Smith brought the same kind of work ethic to the playing field as she did to the classroom." I think Shelley is the type of young lady and person that makes us want to work in education and coaching," said basketball coach Brian Hollingsworth.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 15, 2002
How did senior midfielder Galen Beers go from the backroads of high school lacrosse to a major collegiate lacrosse school that has climbed back into the NCAA championship picture? Certainly no self-respecting big-time college coach ever finds his way to little North Harford High or Kent County High on the Eastern Shore, where Beers played. So Beers went to the Top 205 Camp at Loyola College four years ago and was discovered by then-Cornell University assistant Jeff Tambroni, who is now the Big Red head coach.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 16, 2012
Dr. John Leake Pitts, a retired pediatrician who during a long career in public health had been the acting Anne Arundel County health officer, died of cancer Wednesday at his Annapolis Roads home. He was 85. Born in Roanoke, Va., he was the son of John Leake Pitts Sr., a pharmacist, and Mary B. Allen, a homemaker and schoolteacher. As a young man he worked the soda fountain at his father's store. After attending Roanoke College, he graduated from the the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond.
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dsturm@tribune.com | April 24, 2013
Not only is Patsy Cline's 1962 hit "Crazy" among the choices on the little jukeboxes perched on the wall at the Bel-Loc Diner's booths, the country singer with the smooth, sultry voice once ate there. So have singer Brenda Lee and comedian Redd Foxx. The Baltimore Colts legendary quarterback Johnny Unitas was known to drop in as well, and Orioles "Iron Man" Cal Ripken Jr. once graciously signed autographs during a meal. "He (Ripken) tipped pretty well," waitress Rachel Fisher recalled.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2012
Glenelg Country School has named Oakland Mills graduate Glenn Hayman as its new varsity boys soccer coach. Hayman returns to the Howard County area after a successful soccer career as a player and a coach at Roanoke College. After helping Oakland Mills capture consecutive state championships in 1998-99, Hayman enjoyed a four-year career at Roanoke before becoming an assistant coach at the college. He also coached at Lord Botetourt High School from 2007-09. As a college player, he earned All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference honors in both his junior and senior seasons.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 16, 2012
Dr. John Leake Pitts, a retired pediatrician who during a long career in public health had been the acting Anne Arundel County health officer, died of cancer Wednesday at his Annapolis Roads home. He was 85. Born in Roanoke, Va., he was the son of John Leake Pitts Sr., a pharmacist, and Mary B. Allen, a homemaker and schoolteacher. As a young man he worked the soda fountain at his father's store. After attending Roanoke College, he graduated from the the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond.
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February 7, 2012
Courtney Winn Faudree and Tyler Marion Hurd Mr. and Mrs. Eric M. Faudree, of Urbanna, Va. announce the engagement of their daughter, Courtney Winn Faudree, to Tyler Marion Hurd, son of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Hurd Jr., of West Friendship. Faudree, a 2009 graduate of Roanoke College, is a project coordinator at The Martin Agency, in Richmond, Va. Hurd, a 2008 graduate of Roanoke College, is employed at The Faison School for Autism, also in Richmond. A May 2012 wedding in Urbanna is planned.
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November 17, 2011
  Lauren and Joseph Brusak IV   Michelle and Dave Johnson, of Sparks, announce the marriage of their daughter, Lauren Michel Johnston, to Joseph John Brusak IV, son of Kathy and Joe Brusak, of Kingsville, on Sept. 10, 2011. The bride is a graduate of Hereford High School and Roanoke College, in Salem, Va. She is currently employed as a senior financial analyst at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Knowledge for Health Project. The groom is a graduate of John Carroll High School, Loyola University and the University of Baltimore, where he earned a master's degree.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 15, 2002
How did senior midfielder Galen Beers go from the backroads of high school lacrosse to a major collegiate lacrosse school that has climbed back into the NCAA championship picture? Certainly no self-respecting big-time college coach ever finds his way to little North Harford High or Kent County High on the Eastern Shore, where Beers played. So Beers went to the Top 205 Camp at Loyola College four years ago and was discovered by then-Cornell University assistant Jeff Tambroni, who is now the Big Red head coach.
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By Glenn P. Graham | June 15, 1993
Shelley Smith Francis Scott KeyClass: SeniorGPA: 3.71, SAT: 820Sports: Volleyball, basketball, softballOther activities: Key Club, French Club, Executive Board member, Paddle for People, Neighbors in Need, "hugger" with Special Olympics.College: Western Maryland CollegeSnapshot: An All-Monocacy Valley Athletic League performer and team captain in all three sports, Smith brought the same kind of work ethic to the playing field as she did to the classroom." I think Shelley is the type of young lady and person that makes us want to work in education and coaching," said basketball coach Brian Hollingsworth.
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By Pat O'Malley | March 20, 1992
All right, sports fans, let me give you a break from all that hoop mania known as March Madness and get you focused on the local sports scene for a few minutes.You can break away from the NCCA tournament to digest a couple of minutes of those "Questions without Answers."Don't forget to give me a call during commercials or any time on the 24-hour Sportsline, 647-2499, with your comments, answers or questions.* Have you student-athletes filed your All-County Academic-Athletic Team ballot? Did you realize today is the last day to do so?
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January 10, 1991
Terry Mangum, a native of Long Island, N.Y., and a Lutherville resident, has been named the new head varsity lacrosse coach at Archbishop Spalding High School, athletic director Domenic Pachence announced.Mangum, 24, is a graduate of Roanoke College in Virginia, where he played lacrosse for four years. The first-time head coach is employed as a permanent substitute teacher in the county school system.Mangum replaces former six-year head coach Bob Abend.
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By Pat O'Malley | March 20, 1992
All right, sports fans, let me give you a break from all that hoop mania known as March Madness and get you focused on the local sports scene for a few minutes.You can break away from the NCCA tournament to digest a couple of minutes of those "Questions without Answers."Don't forget to give me a call during commercials or any time on the 24-hour Sportsline, 647-2499, with your comments, answers or questions.* Have you student-athletes filed your All-County Academic-Athletic Team ballot? Did you realize today is the last day to do so?
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