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By KATHERINE DUNN and KATHERINE DUNN,Sun Reporter | May 13, 2007
YALE (13-3) @MARYLAND (15-3) Site: Ludwig Field, College Park Time: 1 p.m. Outlook: The Terps are looking for their 11th national championship and their first since 2001, when they capped a run of seven straight titles. In their 18th straight appearance in the tournament, the Terps are coming off their most successful season since 2001. The Bulldogs are in the tournament for the third time. They are on a nine-game winning streak but have not played in three weeks. The two teams haven't met since 1979, and this contest pits a Terps offense that averages 14.72 goals per game against a Yale defense holding opponents to 8.21 goals per game.
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By KATHERINE DUNN and KATHERINE DUNN,Sun Reporter | May 13, 2007
YALE (13-3) @MARYLAND (15-3) Site: Ludwig Field, College Park Time: 1 p.m. Outlook: The Terps are looking for their 11th national championship and their first since 2001, when they capped a run of seven straight titles. In their 18th straight appearance in the tournament, the Terps are coming off their most successful season since 2001. The Bulldogs are in the tournament for the third time. They are on a nine-game winning streak but have not played in three weeks. The two teams haven't met since 1979, and this contest pits a Terps offense that averages 14.72 goals per game against a Yale defense holding opponents to 8.21 goals per game.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 4, 1999
Something about the third-ranked Seton Keough Gators brings out the worst in St. Frances.Namely, it's called defense, defense, defense.The No. 12-ranked Panthers went to Seton Keough yesterday averaging 62 points a game but left on the short end of a 54-33 score.The win was the seventh straight for the Gators (18-4 overall, 10-1 league), who edged ahead of St. Mary's atop the Catholic League, though they are tied in the loss column. The No. 2-ranked Saints were upset, 58-57, by John Carroll Tuesday.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN REPORTER | April 19, 2007
Facing No. 1 Northwestern's stingy defense can be a daunting task for any opponent - even the one with the nation's leading scorer. Johns Hopkins senior Mary Key leads Division I women's lacrosse with 7.08 points per game, but the Wildcats certainly will try to shut her down tomorrow night at 6, when they meet the No. 14 Blue Jays for an American Lacrosse Conference game at Homewood Field. Key, of course, is used to all the attention. The St. Mary's High School graduate is leading the nation in points for the third straight year.
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February 12, 2003
Moves Baseball DEVIL RAYS: Signed P Hans Smith and OF Josh Hamilton, No. 1 overall draft pick in 1999, to one-year contracts. Named Tom Couston and Joe Murphy Midwest regional scouts. METS: Signed free-agent IF Jay Bell, who had been with Diamondbacks, to minor-league contract and invited him to spring training. ORIOLES: Signed P Rick Helling, who had been with Diamondbacks, to minor-league contract and invited him to spring training. PIRATES: Signed IF Randall Simon to one-year contract.
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 26, 1999
Four All-Metro girls basketball players from Baltimore City and County will be on the roster for the Maryland Women's Basketball Coaches Association Maryland-Virginia Senior All-Star Game at 5 p.m. tomorrow at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring.McDonogh's Vicki Brick, the two-time All-Metro Player of the Year and Miss Maryland Basketball for 1998-99, leads a 14-member team that includes McDonogh's Greichaly Cepero and Mercy's Jamie Vogtman. Milford Mill's Chante Alexander was named to the team but will not be able to play because of torn knee ligaments.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 6, 1999
Four minutes 53 seconds wereleft to play yesterday when time was called and the St. Mary's players slowly returned to the bench, baffled.Visiting Seton Keough had taken away the Saints' inside game early, and their perimeter game wasn't providing any answers, either. Just before the timeout, senior guard Emily Lipton smoothly drove the lane, only to have her shot swatted away by Seton Keough's Itxaso Mallaviabarrena.The Seton Keough defense simply left the No. 2-ranked Saints with no alternatives in Annapolis, and the result was a stifling 47-33 win for the No. 3 Gators, who showed a distinct liking to their new spot atop the rigorous Catholic League.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN REPORTER | April 19, 2007
Facing No. 1 Northwestern's stingy defense can be a daunting task for any opponent - even the one with the nation's leading scorer. Johns Hopkins senior Mary Key leads Division I women's lacrosse with 7.08 points per game, but the Wildcats certainly will try to shut her down tomorrow night at 6, when they meet the No. 14 Blue Jays for an American Lacrosse Conference game at Homewood Field. Key, of course, is used to all the attention. The St. Mary's High School graduate is leading the nation in points for the third straight year.
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May 4, 2005
On Sunday, May 1, 2005, VIOLET E. BERRETT, 96, of Woodstock, GA, and formerly of Baltimore, MD and Bradenton, FL, passed away after 16 months at Beverly Nursing Home because of a stroke. Mrs. Berrett was a homemaker who enjoyed sewing, cooking, reading and volunteering at her Church. She is survived by her daughter, Jeanne M. Fritsch, of Woodstock, GA; grandchildren Linda Walsh, of Roswell, GA and Kurt Fritsch, of Pasadena, MD; great-grandchildren Jessica Fritsch and Andrew and Sarah Walsh; a brother, Alvin Hirsch and sister Thelma Seifert of Palm Harbor, FL; and sister Doris Schmidt, of Littlestown, PA. A Memorial Service and Interment will be held in Baltimore, MD at a location, date and time to be announced later.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 3, 2006
Mary Key became Johns Hopkins' Division I career points leader, scoring six goals in the Blue Jays' 16-11 win over visiting Towson yesterday in women's lacrosse. Key (St. Mary's) has 259 career points on 164 goals and 95 assists. She extended her record point streak to 49 games, but her record 18-game assist streak ended. Sarah Walsh had a career-high six assists and eight points for the Blue Jays (12-3), moving into seventh on the career points list with 110. Kadie Stamper (C. Milton Wright)
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February 12, 2003
Moves Baseball DEVIL RAYS: Signed P Hans Smith and OF Josh Hamilton, No. 1 overall draft pick in 1999, to one-year contracts. Named Tom Couston and Joe Murphy Midwest regional scouts. METS: Signed free-agent IF Jay Bell, who had been with Diamondbacks, to minor-league contract and invited him to spring training. ORIOLES: Signed P Rick Helling, who had been with Diamondbacks, to minor-league contract and invited him to spring training. PIRATES: Signed IF Randall Simon to one-year contract.
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 26, 1999
Four All-Metro girls basketball players from Baltimore City and County will be on the roster for the Maryland Women's Basketball Coaches Association Maryland-Virginia Senior All-Star Game at 5 p.m. tomorrow at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring.McDonogh's Vicki Brick, the two-time All-Metro Player of the Year and Miss Maryland Basketball for 1998-99, leads a 14-member team that includes McDonogh's Greichaly Cepero and Mercy's Jamie Vogtman. Milford Mill's Chante Alexander was named to the team but will not be able to play because of torn knee ligaments.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 6, 1999
Four minutes 53 seconds wereleft to play yesterday when time was called and the St. Mary's players slowly returned to the bench, baffled.Visiting Seton Keough had taken away the Saints' inside game early, and their perimeter game wasn't providing any answers, either. Just before the timeout, senior guard Emily Lipton smoothly drove the lane, only to have her shot swatted away by Seton Keough's Itxaso Mallaviabarrena.The Seton Keough defense simply left the No. 2-ranked Saints with no alternatives in Annapolis, and the result was a stifling 47-33 win for the No. 3 Gators, who showed a distinct liking to their new spot atop the rigorous Catholic League.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 4, 1999
Something about the third-ranked Seton Keough Gators brings out the worst in St. Frances.Namely, it's called defense, defense, defense.The No. 12-ranked Panthers went to Seton Keough yesterday averaging 62 points a game but left on the short end of a 54-33 score.The win was the seventh straight for the Gators (18-4 overall, 10-1 league), who edged ahead of St. Mary's atop the Catholic League, though they are tied in the loss column. The No. 2-ranked Saints were upset, 58-57, by John Carroll Tuesday.
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February 6, 2006
On Friday, February 3, 2006, GENEVIEVE PARLETT (nee Warfield), 93, of Easton, MD, formerly of Glyndon, MD; devoted wife of the late N. Edward Parlett; beloved mother of Edward W. Parlett and his wife Bobbi, of Easton, MD; daughter of Anne P. Reder and her husband Robert, of Stevenson, MD. Also survived by four grandchildren, Genevieve Warfield Reder, Amanda Parlett Pelagatti, Sarah Walsh Reder and Anne Elizabeth Reder. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 A.M., on Tuesday, February 7, 2006, at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Easton, MD. A second Mass will be celebrated at noon, Thursday, February 9, 2006, at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Glyndon, MD. Burial will be private.
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February 10, 2006
JEANNE M. FRITSCH, 77, of Woodstock, GA, and formerly of Baltimore, MD and Bradenton, FL, passed away on Wednesday, February 1, 2006 after a long illness and serious injury. Mrs. Fritsch was a homemaker, retired nursery school aide and secretary, who enjoyed collecting recipes and cooking, reading and sewing. She is survived by her husband George, of 55 years, son, Kurt Fritsch, of Pasadena, MD; daughter Linda Walsh of Roswell, GA and grandchildren Jessica Fritsch, Andrew Walsh and Sarah Walsh.
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