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November 9, 1992
RUSSELL PAYNE, 17, of Ellicott City.School: a senior at Glenelg High School.Honored for: He is co-chairman of Howard County's Black Student Achievement Program and president of the Black Awareness Club at Glenelg High School. He is a member of the Student Government Association, and a member of the U.S. Region I Soccer Team, which includes 15 mid-Atlantic and Northeastern states. Russell, a goalkeeper, has been playing soccer since he was 5 years old.Goals: He wants to become a physical therapist and is interested in a number of schools, including the University of Connecticut, Georgetown University, the University of South Carolina and North Carolina State University.
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June 10, 2005
Moves Baseball MLB: Suspended Nationals OF Marlon Byrd two games and fined him for run-in with umpire Saturday. : ATHLETICS: Recalled OF Matt Watson from Triple-A Sacramento. Optioned OF Charles Thomas to Sacramento. BREWERS: P Gary Glover has cleared waivers and accepted assignment to Triple-A Nashville. DIAMONDBACKS: Optioned P Mike Koplove to Triple-A Tucson. Recalled P Edgar Gonzalez from Tucson. MARINERS: Traded SS Wilson Valdez to Padres for P Mike Bumstead and P R.D. Spiehs.
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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,Contributing Writer | July 30, 1994
BLAINE, Minn. -- Thanks to goalkeeper C. J. Norton, the under-19 Baltimore Spirit is playing in the Snickers United States Youth Soccer National Championships boys championship match.Baltimore made tomorrow's 8:30 p.m. final at the National Sports Center by beating the Salsa of Riverside, Calif., yesterday, with a 4-2 advantage in a penalty-kick tiebreaker after playing to a 2-2 tie through 120 minutes. The Spirit will face the Countryside Lightning of Clearwater, Fla., a 1-0 winner over Vardar III of Livonia, Mich.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 17, 1998
A Howard County police officer arrested two men yesterday accused of driving with revoked licenses -- moments after one was found guilty and the other appeared in court on that same charge.Officer James Francis Fitzgerald said he testified in court yesterday against a Pasadena man, accused by police of driving with a revoked license. That man was convicted of that charge yesterday, police said.Another man appeared in court later and said he had hitchhiked from Hagerstown to face the charges against him. The judge postponed his court date, police said.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 17, 1998
A Howard County police officer arrested two men yesterday accused of driving with revoked licenses -- moments after one was found guilty and the other appeared in court on that same charge.Officer James Francis Fitzgerald said he testified in court yesterday against a Pasadena man, accused by police of driving with a revoked license. That man was convicted of that charge yesterday, police said.Another man appeared in court later and said he had hitchhiked from Hagerstown to face the charges against him. The judge postponed his court date, police said.
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By From Staff Reports | September 8, 1994
Sophomore forward Shane Dougherty (Fallston) scored a career-high four goals to lead Maryland to a 6-0 rout of UMBC in a men's soccer game in College Park yesterday.Dougherty has five goals in the first two games. His first score yesterday came on a penalty kick with 2:52 elapsed. Junior forward Tod Herskovitz added two goals and an assist. Malcolm Gillian (Oakland Mills) contributed two assists.It is the first time Maryland (2-0) has opened a season with back-to-back wins since 1986, the last timethe Terps went to the NCAA Tournament.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | November 22, 1992
Glenelg High completed a rags-to-riches season with the school's first boys state soccer championship yesterday at Old Mill High School.After overtime, the Gladiators remained tied with unbeaten Rockville of Montgomery County, 0-0, in the Class 2A final, so the two teams are co-champs. Rockville (13-0-3) was the defending 2A co-champ.Not only was it the Gladiators' Boys soccerfirst state title, it was also their first winning season and first time in the playoffs.A year ago Glenelg was 5-6-1.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | September 11, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- There was no celebration. No high-fives or hugs. Some Maryland players even came off the field with their heads sagging.And that was after the fifth-ranked Terps had tied top-ranked and four-time defending national champion Virginia, 2-2, before 2,550 in their first game at new Ludwig Field."
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June 10, 2005
Moves Baseball MLB: Suspended Nationals OF Marlon Byrd two games and fined him for run-in with umpire Saturday. : ATHLETICS: Recalled OF Matt Watson from Triple-A Sacramento. Optioned OF Charles Thomas to Sacramento. BREWERS: P Gary Glover has cleared waivers and accepted assignment to Triple-A Nashville. DIAMONDBACKS: Optioned P Mike Koplove to Triple-A Tucson. Recalled P Edgar Gonzalez from Tucson. MARINERS: Traded SS Wilson Valdez to Padres for P Mike Bumstead and P R.D. Spiehs.
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By Sally Buckler and Sally Buckler,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 28, 1996
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!Marion and Bill Payne's younger son, Russell Payne, plays goalkeeper for the University of Maryland's varsity soccer team.He has helped the team win this year's Atlantic Coast Conference championship, and last weekend, helped the team beat James Madison University in the first round of the NCAA Division I soccer tournament.On Sunday, the Paynes will travel to College Park to cheer Russell, a 1993 graduate of Glenelg High School, to victory over William and Mary.If Russell's team wins its next four games, it will be crowned national champion.
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By Sally Buckler and Sally Buckler,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 28, 1996
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!Marion and Bill Payne's younger son, Russell Payne, plays goalkeeper for the University of Maryland's varsity soccer team.He has helped the team win this year's Atlantic Coast Conference championship, and last weekend, helped the team beat James Madison University in the first round of the NCAA Division I soccer tournament.On Sunday, the Paynes will travel to College Park to cheer Russell, a 1993 graduate of Glenelg High School, to victory over William and Mary.If Russell's team wins its next four games, it will be crowned national champion.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1996
In the topsy-turvy world that is Howard County football this season, the Glenelg Gladiators enjoyed their first victory under new coach John Davis Saturday.The Gladiators upset Long Reach, 32-21. The Lightning was fresh off an upset win over Oakland Mills. Glenelg's victory was even more surprising because the Gladiators had lost to Atholton the week before, 39-0.Jeremy Lignelli rushed for 118 yards, and Jeremy Pendleton gained 101 against Long Reach, as the Gladiators (1-3 overall, 1-2 league)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | September 11, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- There was no celebration. No high-fives or hugs. Some Maryland players even came off the field with their heads sagging.And that was after the fifth-ranked Terps had tied top-ranked and four-time defending national champion Virginia, 2-2, before 2,550 in their first game at new Ludwig Field."
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By RICK BELZ | January 18, 1995
Kurtis Jestes, The Baltimore Sun's Howard County Basketball Player of the Year last season, broke the 1,000-point mark and shot into sixth place on Mount Hebron's career scoring list Friday at Glenelg.Jestes, averaging 16.2 points for the No. 19 Vikings, scored 15 points against the Gladiators and has 1,006 career points.That puts him behind Barry Young (2,153), Cliff Rees (1,775), Leroy Scott (1,435), Perry Young (1,341) and Ray Peele (1,012).Barry Young, a 6-foot-7 center who graduated in 1987, played on the 1990 NCAA championship team at UNLV.
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By From Staff Reports | September 8, 1994
Sophomore forward Shane Dougherty (Fallston) scored a career-high four goals to lead Maryland to a 6-0 rout of UMBC in a men's soccer game in College Park yesterday.Dougherty has five goals in the first two games. His first score yesterday came on a penalty kick with 2:52 elapsed. Junior forward Tod Herskovitz added two goals and an assist. Malcolm Gillian (Oakland Mills) contributed two assists.It is the first time Maryland (2-0) has opened a season with back-to-back wins since 1986, the last timethe Terps went to the NCAA Tournament.
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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,Contributing Writer | July 30, 1994
BLAINE, Minn. -- Thanks to goalkeeper C. J. Norton, the under-19 Baltimore Spirit is playing in the Snickers United States Youth Soccer National Championships boys championship match.Baltimore made tomorrow's 8:30 p.m. final at the National Sports Center by beating the Salsa of Riverside, Calif., yesterday, with a 4-2 advantage in a penalty-kick tiebreaker after playing to a 2-2 tie through 120 minutes. The Spirit will face the Countryside Lightning of Clearwater, Fla., a 1-0 winner over Vardar III of Livonia, Mich.
SPORTS
November 23, 1992
* Ted Lawler, Oakland Mills, Jr., striker -- He scored 12 goals and was feared for his speed. He scored two goals in a crucial 3-2 win over Howard.** Scott Cline, Glenelg, Sr., halfback -- Cline led his team in scoring with 13 goals and 12 assists. "He's a great technician who is strong in the air and distributes well," Glenelg coach John Bouman said.** Derek Phillips, Atholton, Sr., halfback -- Led his team in scoring with 10 goals and two assists. He's a highly skilled player who scored the winning goals against Oakland Mills and Loyola.
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By Lan Nguyen and Lan Nguyen,Staff Writer | February 22, 1993
Brian Meshkin is sensitive to stereotypes.He's dark-haired and dark-skinned, half Iranian and half American. During the Persian Gulf war two years ago, students vandalized his locker with racial slurs, believing he was Arabic."
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By RICK BELZ | July 10, 1994
The ingredients for any successful sports team are no mystery; it takes talented players, good coaching and luck.When the Baltimore Spirit, a team heavily flavored with Columbia players and coaches, won the Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer Eastern Region I under-19 championship last weekend, that combination was present.The Spirit played extremely well, but may have had a few extra measures of luck.The championship game was tied 1-1 with five minutes to play when Spirit sweeper Chris Eatough received a red card.
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By Lan Nguyen and Lan Nguyen,Staff Writer | February 22, 1993
Brian Meshkin is sensitive to stereotypes.He's dark-haired and dark-skinned, half Iranian and half American. During the Persian Gulf war two years ago, students vandalized his locker with racial slurs, believing he was Arabic."
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