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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 22, 1999
A boys basketball scoring machine, the winningest track coach and two men with huge accomplishments in wrestling represent the ninth Anne Arundel County Sports Hall of Fame class.Former Andover High and James Madison University basketball star Steve Stielper, Old Mill/Arundel track coach Ron Evans and wrestling's Buddy Hepfer of Arundel and Tyrone Neal of Southern-Harwood/University of Maryland will be inducted Oct. 20 at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie, bringing the total of those enshrined since 1991 to 44.Stielper, 6 feet 7, was a scoring machine at the high school, college and professional levels.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 22, 1999
A boys basketball scoring machine, the winningest track coach and two men with huge accomplishments in wrestling represent the ninth Anne Arundel County Sports Hall of Fame class.Former Andover High and James Madison University basketball star Steve Stielper, Old Mill/Arundel track coach Ron Evans and wrestling's Buddy Hepfer of Arundel and Tyrone Neal of Southern-Harwood/University of Maryland will be inducted Oct. 20 at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie, bringing the total of those enshrined since 1991 to 44.Stielper, 6 feet 7, was a scoring machine at the high school, college and professional levels.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 28, 1998
Old Mill and Broadneck yesterday named new coaches in football and girls lacrosse, respectively. Each of the new coaches had ties with the schools.Mike Marcus, longtime assistant at Old Mill under Pete Regala and a track coach since 1990, is the Patriots' third football coach since the school opened in 1975.Broadneck grad Karen Chesley was named the Bruins' girls lacrosse coach, replacing Leann Shuck, who moved to Arundel.Marcus succeeds Regala, who retired after 14 seasons and an overall record of 69-83, including last year's 7-3 log. When Regala took over for Ron Evans, the school's first coach, in 1983, he hired Marcus as an assistant.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | June 11, 1993
South River senior Jason Fullmer has been bombarded with awards lately for his prowess this spring in the athletic and academic arenas.The 6-foot-5 Virginia Tech-bound hurdler recently received the Distinguished Athlete Award from the U.S. Marine Corps and the Scholar Athlete Award from the Army Reserve.Last week, Fullmer capped off his high school track and field career by repeating as state champion in the 110-meter high hurdles and the 300 intermediate hurdles.Most athletes would savor an accomplishment of that magnitude, but the goal-oriented Fullmer was far from happy with his performance at the state meet.
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By Steven Kivinski | January 30, 1992
Old Mill swept the boys and girls team titles in yesterday's Anne Arundel County Indoor Track and Field Championships at the Fifth Regiment Armory.The Patriot girls captured their seventh straight county title, and the boys team foiled a Meade squad in search of its fifth county crown."
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By Steven Kivinski | June 7, 1995
PERFORMER OF THE YEAR* Kristen Nicolini, Annapolis, senior -- Clearly the most dominant runner in Anne Arundel County, Nicolini closed out a spectacular high school running career by winning state titles in the 400, 800 and 1,600 meters. Her time of 4 minutes, 46.2 seconds in the 1,600 set a state record for all classifications.She set county records in the 800 and 1,600 and her time of 2:10.1 in the 800 was the second fastest in the nation among high school runners.At regionals, Nicolini, who is headed for Auburn on a full track and field scholarship, won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 and was part of the Panthers' runner-up 1,600 relay team.
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By Steven Kivinski | January 30, 1991
As expected, yesterday's Anne Arundel County indoor track and field championship meet at the Fifth Regiment Armory was dominated by the traditional favorite Old Mill girls and Meade boys contingents.Meade's boys, who came into the meet seeking their fourth straight county title, didn't have to look any farther than the pole vault competition. The Mustangs captured first, second and third in the event for 24 points to give them 124 on the day and another trophy for the school's showcase."It was a total team effort," said Meade coach Jay Cuthbert.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | April 9, 1993
Records are meant to be broken and it came as a surprise to no one that 15 of the standards set at last year's inaugural Knights' Invitational were shattered at yesterday's second annual event at Meade High.What did come as a surprise was how easy Old Mill senior Michelle Smith made it look in breaking three of those records.Smith, the defending state champion in the shot put, won three )) gold medals while setting meet standards in the 100-meter -- (12.7 seconds), long jump (17 feet, 2 1/2 inches)
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | May 27, 1994
The Old Mill Patriots had a spring to remember last year, finishing second among girls teams and third among the boys at the Class 4A state track and field championships.Yesterday, in the first day of this year's event at Western Maryland College, Old Mill tried to pick up rightwhere it left off.After five events, the Patriots lead the boys competition, and after four events they stand a solid seventh among the girls.For coach Ron Evans, those numbers spell success."At this point, we're doing as well as we can expect," said Evans, whose team featured five athletes who finished among the top three in their events.
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By Steven Kivinski | January 30, 1992
Old Mill swept the boys and girls team titles in yesterday's Anne Arundel County Indoor Track and Field Championships at the Fifth Regiment Armory.The Patriots girls captured their seventh straight county title, and the boys team foiled a Meade squad in search of its fifth county crown."
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