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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2013
Rodney Hawkins graduated from Lake Clifton last spring with no college plans and “nothing at all” happening in his basketball recruitment. The 6-foot-7 forward had moved back to Baltimore for his senior season after a three-year stint in Georgia, where his mother was transferred for her military job. But although he played well for the Lakers, college interest never came. “I didn't know what I was going to do,” Hawkins said. “I wasn't surprised, this being my first time coming back.” Last fall, however, Hawkins' recruitment picked up considerably thanks to him joining Mt. Zion Prep, a first-year post-grad program in Northeast Baltimore.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2014
Trailing 10-8 late in the third quarter, the Saints Peter & Paul boys lacrosse team scored four straight goals and then held off Archbishop Curley to win, 14-12, and come away with its third straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference crown at Towson University. The Easton-based Sabres finished 12-5. Senior Casey Grieves finished with four goals and an assist - his entire production coming in the second half - and Matt Sovero added three goals for the winner.
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By Sports Digest | January 11, 2010
Loyola held off two rallies by Saint Peter's on Sunday and came away with a 69-59 victory, just its second win at the Yanitelli Center in Jersey City, N.C., since 1994. The Greyhounds (7-6, 3-1 MAAC) have taken four of their past five games and two straight in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference; they're now second in the MAAC behind 3-0 Marist. Loyola's Miriam McKenzie had a game-high 22 points, four rebounds, four assists and four steals. Kaitlin Grant matched her season-high with 19 points and had six rebounds.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2014
Notre Dame of Maryland University announced Thursday that a New Jersey liberal arts college provost known for her research on domestic violence will be its new president. Marylou Yam, currently provost at Saint Peter's University, a Catholic liberal arts institution in Jersey City, N.J., will take over the post at the North Baltimore school on July 1. In a statement, Notre Dame officials said Yam played a key role in Saint Peter's transition from a college to a university. They said she exemplifies Notre Dame's mission of preparing leaders to transform the world as well as its active and longstanding commitment to social responsibility.
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From Sun staff reports | February 18, 2012
Kara Marshall scored 14 points and had a career-high five rebounds to lead the visiting Loyola women's basketball team past Saint Peter's, 61-54, on Friday night. It was the sixth straight win for the Greyhounds. Loyola (13-13, 9-6 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) outscored Saint Peter's (3-23, 3-12) by 40-27 in the second half, and the Greyhounds hit their final 10 foul shots. Alyssa Sutherland added 10 points and a team-high eight rebounds. Katie Sheahin had 12 points and Nicole Krusen 11. Men's basketball: Mount St. Mary's will honor its 1962 NCAA College Division championship team at halftime of today's 7 p.m. game against Monmouth.
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From Sun staff reports | December 9, 2012
Anthony Winbush scored a career-high 16points and grabbed eight rebounds and Dylon Cormier (Cardinal Gibbons) added 15 points as Loyola (8-3, 1-1 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) edged Saint Peter's, 61-55, Saturday at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, N.J. Winbush played all but 21 seconds of the contest. The Greyhounds held the Peacocks to 22first-half points and 38.8 percent from the field for the game. Saint Peter's scored the first 11 points of the second half. A 3-pointer from Desi Washington, who led all scorers with 18 points for the Peacocks (4-5, 1-1)
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By Sports Digest | February 28, 2011
College basketball Loyola men drop finale, get Saint Peter's in MAAC tourney Visiting Loyola (15-14, 10-8) squandered an 11-point lead 13 minutes into the game and a six-point halftime advantage and lost, 75-58, to Canisius (15-14, 9-9) in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular-season finale Sunday. The Greyhounds will be the fifth seed in the MAAC tournament in Bridgeport, Conn., and will play fourth-seeded Saint Peter's on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Brian Rudolph finished with team highs of 14 points and 10 rebounds for Loyola; it was his first career double double.
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By Sports Digest | October 11, 2010
NFL Report: Gay couple ejected from Ravens game might sue A lesbian couple from Baltimore told a Washington publication that they were kicked out of the Sept. 26 Ravens game at M&T Bank Stadium because they were kissing in public. One of the women told WMAR Channel 2 over the weekend that they are considering a lawsuit. In the Washington Blade article, Ravens spokesman Kevin Byrne said, "We're aware of the incident, and we're satisfied with the action taken by the concessionaire, security and police.
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February 15, 2004
On February 12, 2004, STEPHANIE L. SAWYER; beloved mother of Joshua, Jessica, Erica, Gregory and Donald. Also survived by her parents, Stephen and Anna Sawyer and five sisters. On Monday, February 16, 2004 at 1 P.M., a Memorial Service will be held at Saint Peter the Apostle Church, on S. Poppleton Street.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2014
Notre Dame of Maryland University announced Thursday that a New Jersey liberal arts college provost known for her research on domestic violence will be its new president. Marylou Yam, currently provost at Saint Peter's University, a Catholic liberal arts institution in Jersey City, N.J., will take over the post at the North Baltimore school on July 1. In a statement, Notre Dame officials said Yam played a key role in Saint Peter's transition from a college to a university. They said she exemplifies Notre Dame's mission of preparing leaders to transform the world as well as its active and longstanding commitment to social responsibility.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2013
Rodney Hawkins graduated from Lake Clifton last spring with no college plans and “nothing at all” happening in his basketball recruitment. The 6-foot-7 forward had moved back to Baltimore for his senior season after a three-year stint in Georgia, where his mother was transferred for her military job. But although he played well for the Lakers, college interest never came. “I didn't know what I was going to do,” Hawkins said. “I wasn't surprised, this being my first time coming back.” Last fall, however, Hawkins' recruitment picked up considerably thanks to him joining Mt. Zion Prep, a first-year post-grad program in Northeast Baltimore.
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From Sun staff reports | December 9, 2012
Anthony Winbush scored a career-high 16points and grabbed eight rebounds and Dylon Cormier (Cardinal Gibbons) added 15 points as Loyola (8-3, 1-1 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) edged Saint Peter's, 61-55, Saturday at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, N.J. Winbush played all but 21 seconds of the contest. The Greyhounds held the Peacocks to 22first-half points and 38.8 percent from the field for the game. Saint Peter's scored the first 11 points of the second half. A 3-pointer from Desi Washington, who led all scorers with 18 points for the Peacocks (4-5, 1-1)
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From Sun staff reports | February 18, 2012
Kara Marshall scored 14 points and had a career-high five rebounds to lead the visiting Loyola women's basketball team past Saint Peter's, 61-54, on Friday night. It was the sixth straight win for the Greyhounds. Loyola (13-13, 9-6 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) outscored Saint Peter's (3-23, 3-12) by 40-27 in the second half, and the Greyhounds hit their final 10 foul shots. Alyssa Sutherland added 10 points and a team-high eight rebounds. Katie Sheahin had 12 points and Nicole Krusen 11. Men's basketball: Mount St. Mary's will honor its 1962 NCAA College Division championship team at halftime of today's 7 p.m. game against Monmouth.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2012
The past and future for Shane Walker are back home in England. He left there in 2005 to pursue a basketball career in the United States that included playing for two high schools in three years and a college career that began at the University of Maryland and will end next month at Loyola. He will return to London this spring with hopes of playing for the host country in the Olympics this summer. It is the present that consumes Walker, a 6-foot-10, 222-pound forward who is the only senior who starts and plays regularly for the Greyhounds (18-5, 11-2 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference)
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By Sports Digest | February 28, 2011
College basketball Loyola men drop finale, get Saint Peter's in MAAC tourney Visiting Loyola (15-14, 10-8) squandered an 11-point lead 13 minutes into the game and a six-point halftime advantage and lost, 75-58, to Canisius (15-14, 9-9) in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular-season finale Sunday. The Greyhounds will be the fifth seed in the MAAC tournament in Bridgeport, Conn., and will play fourth-seeded Saint Peter's on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Brian Rudolph finished with team highs of 14 points and 10 rebounds for Loyola; it was his first career double double.
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By Sports Digest | October 11, 2010
NFL Report: Gay couple ejected from Ravens game might sue A lesbian couple from Baltimore told a Washington publication that they were kicked out of the Sept. 26 Ravens game at M&T Bank Stadium because they were kissing in public. One of the women told WMAR Channel 2 over the weekend that they are considering a lawsuit. In the Washington Blade article, Ravens spokesman Kevin Byrne said, "We're aware of the incident, and we're satisfied with the action taken by the concessionaire, security and police.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2005
In the future, Loyola may be able to play the uptempo style coach Jimmy Patsos relishes, flourish with a deep bench and run with the likes of Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference rival Saint Peter's. But the future has not arrived, so the Peacocks weathered some early Loyola success and scored an 86-66 victory last night before 1,645 at Reitz Arena, pulling away with a 23-7 flurry early in the second half. Loyola (3-15, 2-7 MAAC) suffered its fourth straight defeat and sixth in seven games.
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May 17, 2006
On May 15, 2006 MELVIN LEE of Westminster, devoted husband of Helen Burton, beloved father of Herb Burton and wife Carma, Jack Burton and wife Tracy, daughter; Yvonne Mc Neill and husband Sterling, brothers; George E. Burton and Gene Burton, sister; Mary Lou Johnson. Also survived by 5 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Funeral service at the Fletcher Funeral Home, 254 E. Main St., Westminster on Friday 11 AM. Interment in Lake View Memorial Park. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 5216, Glen Allen, VA 23058.
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By Sports Digest | January 11, 2010
Loyola held off two rallies by Saint Peter's on Sunday and came away with a 69-59 victory, just its second win at the Yanitelli Center in Jersey City, N.C., since 1994. The Greyhounds (7-6, 3-1 MAAC) have taken four of their past five games and two straight in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference; they're now second in the MAAC behind 3-0 Marist. Loyola's Miriam McKenzie had a game-high 22 points, four rebounds, four assists and four steals. Kaitlin Grant matched her season-high with 19 points and had six rebounds.
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By From Sun staff and news services | January 11, 2010
College football recruiting D.C. linebacker Johnson commits to Maryland Four-star prospect Javarie Johnson, a 6-foot-4, 208-pound linebacker from Dunbar in Washington, switched his commitment to Maryland from Miami on Sunday, according to one of his coaches. "Basically, he just changed his mind and felt that he wanted to go to Maryland," Dunbar defensive line coach Ashaa Cherry said. "He wanted to be closer to home." Cherry said "it boiled down to Michigan and Maryland" for Johnson before he decided to inform Terps offensive coordinator James Franklin of his decision.
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