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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 11, 2014
Two high-profile recruits will be in attendance when Maryland takes on West Virginia on Saturday in College Park. Defensive end Byron Cowart and wide receiver Ryan Davis are scheduled to take official visits to Maryland this weekend, a source confirmed. Cowart, from Seffner, Fla., is ranked as the top player in the Class of 2015 by Rivals.com . Davis, from St. Petersburg, Fla., is ranked a four-star prospect by Rivals. Both were in town for Maryland's "Big Show" event earlier this summer and reportedly have spoken high of the Terps ever since.
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By Matt Zenitz, Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 16, 2014
Blue-chip defensive end Byron Cowart posted this picture on Instagram following his official visit to Maryland this past weekend: http://instagram.com/p/s_Plw2oKvh/ Cowart and his close friend, four-star wide receiver Ryan Davis, were in town for the Terps' game against West Virginia. In addition to watching the game, the two also reportedly hung out with Maryland standout receivers Deon Long and Stefon Diggs, spent time talking with Terps coaches and learned more about both the university and the football program.
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November 5, 1996
Ryan DavisCatonsville footballThe senior running back set a state single-game rushing record with 411 yards on 26 carries in a victory over Towson (42-28). He also scored six touchdowns, including an 81- and a 72-yarder, made five tackles and forced a fumble with a sack.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 11, 2014
Two high-profile recruits will be in attendance when Maryland takes on West Virginia on Saturday in College Park. Defensive end Byron Cowart and wide receiver Ryan Davis are scheduled to take official visits to Maryland this weekend, a source confirmed. Cowart, from Seffner, Fla., is ranked as the top player in the Class of 2015 by Rivals.com . Davis, from St. Petersburg, Fla., is ranked a four-star prospect by Rivals. Both were in town for Maryland's "Big Show" event earlier this summer and reportedly have spoken high of the Terps ever since.
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By Ryan Davis | March 13, 2005
BALTIMORE Two police officers shot during struggle with man Two city police officers patrolling the Belair-Edison neighborhood were shot and wounded late last night, police said. The Northeast District officers in plain clothes got out of an unmarked car about 11 p.m. to investigate a suspicious person standing on a porch in the 3200 block of Elmley Ave., said Agent Donny Moses, a police spokesman. As the officers approached, the man fled. The officers pursued and caught the man, but in the struggle to subdue the suspect, he pulled out a gun and fired several shots.
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By Matt Zenitz, Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 16, 2014
Blue-chip defensive end Byron Cowart posted this picture on Instagram following his official visit to Maryland this past weekend: http://instagram.com/p/s_Plw2oKvh/ Cowart and his close friend, four-star wide receiver Ryan Davis, were in town for the Terps' game against West Virginia. In addition to watching the game, the two also reportedly hung out with Maryland standout receivers Deon Long and Stefon Diggs, spent time talking with Terps coaches and learned more about both the university and the football program.
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March 14, 2001
Wrestler of the Year 135 - Ryan Davis, McDonogh: Teammates nicknamed him "Pigpen" for his unkempt locker; many others simply call the sophomore "The truth." Often the first wrestler to initiate combat in a match, "the best thing about" Ryan Davis, said his coach, Pete Welch, "is his game face and intensity. He gets in there and wins matches, mentally." Davis (42-3, 21 pins this year, 81-7 career) won his second straight MIAA and private schools state titles, his first National Preps crown, and tournaments at Hammond, McDonogh, St. Benedict (N.J.
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By Luke W. Broadwater and Luke W. Broadwater,SUN STAFF | July 13, 2001
The year was 1996. A wrestling referee, fumbling with some paperwork, began to explain instructions to a group of National Prep tournament finalists on the floor of Lehigh University's Stabler Arena. "If you're in the bottom half of the bracket, line up on your right. If you're in the top half, line up on your ... " The ref abruptly stopped. He looked up from his papers, astonished to see a wave of blue and gray uniforms before him. He paused, pondered, and then said: "If you go to Blair, go to your right.
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January 30, 2008
8 Three-pointers made by Meade senior guard Ryan Davis in the Mustangs' 80-54 romp at Northeast on Friday. Davis finished with 30 points. 104 Points scored by the Old Mill boys basketball team in routing Chesapeake, 104-49, on Friday. Chris Day, Brandon Riley, Tre Summers, A.J. Mann and Anthony Smith scored in double digits for the No. 14 Patriots (12-1).
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December 29, 2004
On December 27, 2004, VINCENT M., JR., husband of Kimberly Palacorolla, father of Dee Davis, Kim Barton and Vincent Rhett; grandfather of Blaine and Ryan Davis, Joshua, Benjamin, Amanda and Zachary Barton; son of Helen and late Vincent Palacorolla, Sr.; brother of Thomas A. Palacorolla. Family will receive friends on Thursday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at HARRY H. WITZKE'S FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4112 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City, where a prayer service will be held Friday, 10 A.M. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
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By Ryan Davis | March 13, 2005
BALTIMORE Two police officers shot during struggle with man Two city police officers patrolling the Belair-Edison neighborhood were shot and wounded late last night, police said. The Northeast District officers in plain clothes got out of an unmarked car about 11 p.m. to investigate a suspicious person standing on a porch in the 3200 block of Elmley Ave., said Agent Donny Moses, a police spokesman. As the officers approached, the man fled. The officers pursued and caught the man, but in the struggle to subdue the suspect, he pulled out a gun and fired several shots.
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By Luke W. Broadwater and Luke W. Broadwater,SUN STAFF | July 13, 2001
The year was 1996. A wrestling referee, fumbling with some paperwork, began to explain instructions to a group of National Prep tournament finalists on the floor of Lehigh University's Stabler Arena. "If you're in the bottom half of the bracket, line up on your right. If you're in the top half, line up on your ... " The ref abruptly stopped. He looked up from his papers, astonished to see a wave of blue and gray uniforms before him. He paused, pondered, and then said: "If you go to Blair, go to your right.
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March 14, 2001
Wrestler of the Year 135 - Ryan Davis, McDonogh: Teammates nicknamed him "Pigpen" for his unkempt locker; many others simply call the sophomore "The truth." Often the first wrestler to initiate combat in a match, "the best thing about" Ryan Davis, said his coach, Pete Welch, "is his game face and intensity. He gets in there and wins matches, mentally." Davis (42-3, 21 pins this year, 81-7 career) won his second straight MIAA and private schools state titles, his first National Preps crown, and tournaments at Hammond, McDonogh, St. Benedict (N.J.
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November 5, 1996
Ryan DavisCatonsville footballThe senior running back set a state single-game rushing record with 411 yards on 26 carries in a victory over Towson (42-28). He also scored six touchdowns, including an 81- and a 72-yarder, made five tackles and forced a fumble with a sack.
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By Matt Vensel | June 9, 2011
We have countless awesome sports photos in the archives here at The Baltimore Sun , and I have decided to share one with you each week in a regular feature called "Throwback Thursday. " We revealed our Spring All-Metro teams on Thursday, so I went digging for a photo of our All-Metro team from a decade ago. That was the year that Carmelo Anthony was our Boys Basketball Player of the Year, and yes, that’s ‘Melo in the back with the headband and baby afro. Our other All-Metro Athletes of the Year in 2001 were, from left to right, Shane Stroup, Cori Koch, Ryan Davis and LaTonya Blue, who was rocking the sweet yellow warmups.
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By Stephanie Hanes and Stephanie Hanes,SUN STAFF | May 22, 2004
In the clear light of hindsight, Kimberly Shay Ruffner was the obvious suspect. He was known to Baltimore police as a sexual criminal, with an interest in little girls. He lived near the spot 9-year-old Dawn Hamilton was found sexually assaulted and beaten to death. At the time of the 1984 murder, he had just been released from jail. But Baltimore County police and prosecutors never focused on Ruffner while they attempted to solve the grisly crime. Instead, their attention was on an Eastern Shore man with no criminal record and a stable family background - a man court psychiatrists would later say did not fit the profile of a pedophile or killer.
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