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February 5, 2013
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun and By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | May 10, 2014
One minute and 46 seconds were left in the game when Albany delivered another magic moment. Attackman Miles Thompson threw a quick pass to younger brother Lyle, who hurled a pass across the crease to cousin Ty Thompson, who flicked in a goal. And then there was one final trick: Unseeded Albany made No. 3 seed Loyola Maryland disappear from the NCAA Division I lacrosse tournament. The Thompson trio accounted for 11 goals and seven assists, and getting 13 saves from goalie Blaze Riorden, the Great Danes upset Loyola, 13-6, in the first round of tournament play Saturday at Ridley Athletic Complex.
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By Jonathan Pitts and By Jonathan Pitts,Sun Staff | March 19, 2000
"Mondo Desperado," by Patrick McCabe. HarperCollins. 228 pages. $24. A good novel can make the extraordinary believable; a poor one makes even the everyday hard to swallow. Spend a few hours with "Mondo Desperado," the new "serial novel" by Irish author Patrick McCabe, and you're liable to end up reaching for a bottle of Old Blarney. There's nothing amiss in the concept. McCabe, a two-time finalist for Britain's prestigious Booker Prize and author of both "Breakfast on Pluto" and "The Butcher Boy," serves up oddballs aplenty in this mad, reckless romp of a book.
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From Sun staff reports | November 19, 2013
Anthony Gill came off the bench to score a career-high 18 points and Joe Harris snapped out of a shooting slump with 16 as host Virginia beat Navy, 67-42, in men's basketball Tuesday night. Mike Tobey and Malcolm Brogdon added 13 apiece for Virginia (3-1), which held the Midshipmen to 33.3 percent shooting from the field and 30.4 percent from 3-point range. The Cavaliers continued to struggle from the outside, going 3-for-15 from 3-point range, but Harris was 2-for-3 from beyond the arc and 7-for-8 from the field.
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By Michael Reeb | October 23, 1990
Brad Uhlfelder hadn't run competitively in eight years, but recently he decided he had sat out long enough."I knew my 30th birthday was coming up," Uhlfelder, 29, said Sunday shortly after he won the Rotunda 10K Romp in 32 minutes, 40 seconds, "and I have a little girl who'll be 1 at the end of the month and I decided it would be nice for her to see daddy win some races."If the Rotunda 10K Romp is any indication, she will see him win a few more. Uhlfelder, a stockbroker, finished the race almost a minute ahead of second-place finisher Patrick McNelis.
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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | October 3, 1992
For Hammond's girls soccer team, the margin of victory was a total of four for the first three games and four again yesterday.The No. 2 Golden Bears played host to perennial Frederick County power Middletown yesterday and romped, 5-1.Hammond (4-0) was paced by two goals apiece from Samantha Andersch, The Baltimore Sun's female Athlete of the Week, and Kiesha Jett. Andersch and Jett, two of the area's top scorers, each have six goals. The Knights fell to 5-1."I think our timing was off the first three games," Jett said.
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By Special to the Sun | September 16, 1990
GREENVILLE, Pa. - Halfback Rory McTigue ran for 127 yards on 28 carries and scored three touchdowns yesterday as Frostburg State (2-0) routed Thiel, 34-0.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 5, 2000
Senior forward Michael Jones had 45 points, 20 rebounds and seven steals as No. 4 Southwestern romped over host Forest Park, 102-42, yesterday. Jones was 19 of 25 from the field and made six of eight free throws. He had 20 points in the first half to help the Sabers (7-1) to a 38-21 lead at intermission. Jones did not play in the fourth quarter.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | September 30, 2003
BEIJING - Police said yesterday that they had detained a half-dozen people in connection with reports that hundreds of Japanese tourists in a southern city recently hired hundreds of local prostitutes and staged a public display of promiscuity on a sensitive anniversary in Sino-Japanese relations. Details remain sketchy of what is alleged to have been a three-day sex romp at a luxury hotel in Zhuhai in mid-September, but that has not diminished an outpouring of invective against Japan on China's Internet chat sites or unusually racy articles in the state-controlled press.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 5, 2000
Senior forward Michael Jones had 45 points, 20 rebounds and seven steals as No. 4 Southwestern romped over host Forest Park, 102-42, yesterday. Jones was 19 of 25 from the field and made six of eight free throws. He had 20 points in the first half to help the Sabers (7-1) to a 38-21 lead at intermission. Jones did not play in the fourth quarter. Jones, a quarterback for the Sabers last fall, was averaging 21 points and 13 rebounds coming into yesterday's game. "Michael gets better each game as he adjusts from football to basketball," said coach Terry Leverett.
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By Nicholas Fouriezos and The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2013
It didn't take long to figure out Towson's game plan against Delaware State. Hand the ball off to junior running back Terrance West, and do it often. That strategy worked, with West rushing for five touchdowns - tying Tony Vinson's single-game school record - and carrying the Tigers to a 49-7 victory over the Hornets in Saturday night's home opener at Johnny Unitas Stadium. “I'm not worried about any records. I'm just worried about the national championship,” West said.
BUSINESS
February 5, 2013
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2012
Going into the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoffs, Calvert Hall coach Bryan Kelly said a team has to be playing great lacrosse and also have some breaks go its way to claim one of the country's most prized championships. In Friday's title game against No. 2 Loyola, his No. 1 Cardinals skipped the good fortune and were just plain great. Taking charge with a precise second quarter that finished with four unanswered goals, the Cardinals proved better in every facet in earning a 17-3 win over the Dons in front of an announced 5,684 Johnny Unitas Stadium.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2011
Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo tried to lighten the mood at practice last week, finishing one session with a 40-yard dash between pair of plebe defensive linemen who don't play and preaching to his Midshipmen that they needed to forget their six-game losing streak when they stepped onto the field Saturday to play Troy. In retrospect, what it really took for Niumatalolo and his team to forget what he called a "Halloween October" was a win -- any kind of victory would do. That it came in a 42-14 dismantling of Troy before an announced Senior Day Crowd of 33,359 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium certainly allowed the Midshipmen to savor it a little more.
SPORTS
By Sports Digest | April 12, 2010
The Baltimore Mariners ran their record to 5-0 in the American Indoor Football Association by defeating the host New Jersey Revolution, 61-27, behind a career-best seven touchdown passes from E.J. Nemeth . Running back Isaiah Grier added two rushing scores and one touchdown reception. The Mariners held a slim 33-27 lead at halftime but outscored the Revolution 28-0 in the second half. •From Sun staff and news services
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By Jamison Hensley and Baltimore Sun reporter | January 11, 2010
The Ravens needed only a matter of minutes to obliterate the team of the decade. From the first offensive play - Ray Rice's sensational 83-yard sprint for a touchdown - the Ravens ambushed the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in front of an announced 68,756 with one of the best starts in NFL playoff history and ran away with a 33-14 victory in an AFC wild-card game Sunday.The Ravens' first step toward the Super Bowl represented an authoritative stomp:...
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 31, 1997
Maybe now Omar Fraser knows how good he is. Yesterday, he toppled the record of a Baltimore swimming legend.Fraser was in diapers when Loyola High's Pat Kennedy, perhaps the best all-around male scholastic swimmer ever to churn through Baltimore waters, set a Loyola pool record in 1982 in the 100-yard backstroke of 52.75 seconds. Kennedy went on to finish eighth in the 200-meter butterfly in the 1984 Olympics.Fraser, a Loyola junior, broke Kennedy's record with a 52.13 clocking to lead the Dons to a 111-67 romp over archrival Calvert Hall.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | December 24, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- The game was safely in hand when Maryland's Exree Hipp crashed through the American University bench five minutes into the second half yesterday.This was no game-turning play. It was, in fact, hardly a play at all. Hipp lunged for a ball he couldn't save, and the effort did not show up anywhere on the stat sheet.Still, that dive was probably the defining moment in Maryland's 104-79 romp over American at Cole Field House. If nothing else, it suggested that Hipp, struggling to find his shot and coming off a one-game academic suspension, finally may have showed up for his senior season.
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