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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 11, 1996
It was show time for second-ranked St. Mary's last night against Severna Park -- and no one loved it more than junior forward Tiffany Schummer.When it was over, Schummer had registered her first triple-double, scoring 15 points, getting 16 rebounds and 12 steals in just 2 1/2 quarters of action during the Saints' 78-41 victory.She poured in eight points in the second quarter and took advantage of the full-court St. Mary's press to rack up three straight steals late in the second quarter when the visitors, now 3-0, bolted to a 45-17 halftime lead.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | March 7, 2010
Gregory William Schummers, a former high school industrial arts teacher who later became a noted Baltimore cabinetmaker and architectural woodworker, died Tuesday of pancreatic cancer at his Homeland residence. He was 62. Mr. Schummers, the son of a career Army officer and a homemaker, was born in San Mateo, Calif. He was a 1965 graduate of Fort Hunt High School in Alexandria, Va. He earned a bachelor's degree in philosophy in 1969 from Dickinson College, where he met his future wife, the former Linda Harman, who was also a student at the Carlisle, Pa., college.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 18, 1996
St. Mary's standout Tiffany Schummer came to Weems Whalen Field in Annapolis yesterday with her mind set on revenge.Wilde Lake scoring star Amanda Berman arrived with a headache.Schummer got her revenge and Berman found a remedy for her headache, but only Schummer was smiling when the two players walked off the field.Schummer and second-ranked St. Mary's dominated 15th-ranked Wilde Lake all afternoon on the way to a 2-0 victory that could have been worse if the Saints had found a way to cash in just a few of their 11 shots in the first half.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2003
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Princeton led only once yesterday during the NCAA Division I women's lacrosse championship game, but that was enough. Theresa Sherry's goal with 1:29 left in overtime gave the fifth-ranked Tigers an 8-7 victory over No. 3 Virginia for their second straight national championship before 1,630 at the Carrier Dome. Right from the start, the Cavaliers (17-5) forced the Tigers (16-4) to play catch-up by taking a 3-0 lead, but the defending champions proved up to the task. Finally tying the score at 6-6, the Tigers also needed a transition goal from Whitney Miller to even the score again with 1: 39 left in regulation.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | November 8, 1992
Steve Schummer made a statement for seniors yesterday at Severn School in Severna Park, as St. Mary's (8-2, 6-1) upset the host (8-2, 5-2) Admirals, 21-14, in Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference play.The victory enabled the Saints to finish runner-up to league champion St. Paul's (9-0, 7-0).Schummer, one of 10 seniors who started in the Saints program four years ago under coach Brad Best, was moved from quarterback to running back several weeks ago. Sophomore Brad Davis stepped in behind center to replace Schummer.
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March 22, 1991
Head coach: Tina Lewnes (third season)Assistant: Abigail Jannsans1990 record: 12-3Returnees: Seniors, Mandy Lewis (att), Stephanie Schummer (mid), Dara McNew (def), Margaret Rose (def) and Chrissy Anderson (def); junior Randall Goldsborough (att-mid)Newcomers:Senior, Alicia Carberry (mid-def); juniors, Melissa Reynolds (g), Kirsten Bowman (att), Julie Dodd (att), Kristine Manning (def), Lindsey Moreland (def) and Robin Honan (def-mid); sophomores Merri Kennedy (att) and Renee Kretkowski (att)
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff Writer | August 30, 1992
When Brad Best took over the controls of the St. Mary's football team four years ago he introduced the Saints to what was then a new offensive idea -- the run-and-shoot.Best envisioned taking his team to new heights with the pass-oriented attack, but a shifty sophomore running back named Joe Conte left Best no other choice but to keep the ball on the ground."In the past, we haven't been your typical run-and-shoot kind of team, but this year, we're looking to throw a lot more," said Best, whose team finished second in the Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference last year behind co-champions Severn and St. Paul's.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | March 22, 1997
A year ago, Severna Park needed four overtimes to shake St. Mary's, but the Saints didn't need quite as long to take the rematch.The No. 2-ranked Saints used an early second-half rally to hold off the No. 5 Falcons for a 9-7 victory in last night's season opener at Severna Park's Roberts Field.Early on, the game seemed headed for a repeat of last year's 6-5 quadruple overtime event. There were ties at 1, 2, 3 and 4, and neither team managed more than a one-goal lead for 36 minutes.Then the Saints, who struggled with their transition game early, started making connections and put together the only significant run of the game.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 25, 1998
There would be no frustration this year for Chesapeake I, as the girls from Anne Arundel and Howard counties won their first U.S. Women's Lacrosse Association National Schoolgirl Championship.Chesapeake rolled over Long Island I, 9-2, yesterday in the 17th annual schoolgirl title game at McDonogh.The victory made up for last year, when Chesapeake had to share the crown with South I after rain washed out the final day."It feels really good," said Chesapeake's Kellie Thompson, who won the Heather Leigh Albert Award as the top player in the tournament.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2003
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Princeton led only once yesterday during the NCAA Division I women's lacrosse championship game, but that was enough. Theresa Sherry's goal with 1:29 left in overtime gave the fifth-ranked Tigers an 8-7 victory over No. 3 Virginia for their second straight national championship before 1,630 at the Carrier Dome. Right from the start, the Cavaliers (17-5) forced the Tigers (16-4) to play catch-up by taking a 3-0 lead, but the defending champions proved up to the task. Finally tying the score at 6-6, the Tigers also needed a transition goal from Whitney Miller to even the score again with 1: 39 left in regulation.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 25, 1998
There would be no frustration this year for Chesapeake I, as the girls from Anne Arundel and Howard counties won their first U.S. Women's Lacrosse Association National Schoolgirl Championship.Chesapeake rolled over Long Island I, 9-2, yesterday in the 17th annual schoolgirl title game at McDonogh.The victory made up for last year, when Chesapeake had to share the crown with South I after rain washed out the final day."It feels really good," said Chesapeake's Kellie Thompson, who won the Heather Leigh Albert Award as the top player in the tournament.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | January 11, 1998
To beat No. 1 St. Mary's, third-ranked Roland Park needed the inside scoop.Kelsey Twist, Elizabeth Ryan and Lauren Miller proved such a dominant inside force that the Reds pulled off a 49-41 upset yesterday at Villa Julie College.Twist, Ryan and Miller combined for 33 rebounds as the Reds outrebounded St. Mary's, 45-36. The Reds' dominance was especially clear on the offensive boards."They had second, third and fourth shots and we just didn't rebound with them," said Saints coach Harry Dobson.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1997
St. Paul's spoiled St. Mary's AIS debut yesterday.The No. 6 Gators rallied from two goals down with five minutes left to edge No. 2 St. Mary's, 11-10, in an AIS A Division non-league game. Laura Peace scored the game-winner on a feed from Sarah Oglesby with 48 seconds left.Already, the Saints (4-1) are hoping to see the Gators (4-1) again come tournament time. Until this spring, the Saints played an independent schedule and have never been in a postseason game."It's a big deal that we're going to get into the playoffs," said Saints senior midfielder Kellie Thompson.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | March 22, 1997
A year ago, Severna Park needed four overtimes to shake St. Mary's, but the Saints didn't need quite as long to take the rematch.The No. 2-ranked Saints used an early second-half rally to hold off the No. 5 Falcons for a 9-7 victory in last night's season opener at Severna Park's Roberts Field.Early on, the game seemed headed for a repeat of last year's 6-5 quadruple overtime event. There were ties at 1, 2, 3 and 4, and neither team managed more than a one-goal lead for 36 minutes.Then the Saints, who struggled with their transition game early, started making connections and put together the only significant run of the game.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 11, 1996
It was show time for second-ranked St. Mary's last night against Severna Park -- and no one loved it more than junior forward Tiffany Schummer.When it was over, Schummer had registered her first triple-double, scoring 15 points, getting 16 rebounds and 12 steals in just 2 1/2 quarters of action during the Saints' 78-41 victory.She poured in eight points in the second quarter and took advantage of the full-court St. Mary's press to rack up three straight steals late in the second quarter when the visitors, now 3-0, bolted to a 45-17 halftime lead.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 18, 1996
St. Mary's standout Tiffany Schummer came to Weems Whalen Field in Annapolis yesterday with her mind set on revenge.Wilde Lake scoring star Amanda Berman arrived with a headache.Schummer got her revenge and Berman found a remedy for her headache, but only Schummer was smiling when the two players walked off the field.Schummer and second-ranked St. Mary's dominated 15th-ranked Wilde Lake all afternoon on the way to a 2-0 victory that could have been worse if the Saints had found a way to cash in just a few of their 11 shots in the first half.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1997
St. Paul's spoiled St. Mary's AIS debut yesterday.The No. 6 Gators rallied from two goals down with five minutes left to edge No. 2 St. Mary's, 11-10, in an AIS A Division non-league game. Laura Peace scored the game-winner on a feed from Sarah Oglesby with 48 seconds left.Already, the Saints (4-1) are hoping to see the Gators (4-1) again come tournament time. Until this spring, the Saints played an independent schedule and have never been in a postseason game."It's a big deal that we're going to get into the playoffs," said Saints senior midfielder Kellie Thompson.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | January 11, 1998
To beat No. 1 St. Mary's, third-ranked Roland Park needed the inside scoop.Kelsey Twist, Elizabeth Ryan and Lauren Miller proved such a dominant inside force that the Reds pulled off a 49-41 upset yesterday at Villa Julie College.Twist, Ryan and Miller combined for 33 rebounds as the Reds outrebounded St. Mary's, 45-36. The Reds' dominance was especially clear on the offensive boards."They had second, third and fourth shots and we just didn't rebound with them," said Saints coach Harry Dobson.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | November 8, 1992
Steve Schummer made a statement for seniors yesterday at Severn School in Severna Park, as St. Mary's (8-2, 6-1) upset the host (8-2, 5-2) Admirals, 21-14, in Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference play.The victory enabled the Saints to finish runner-up to league champion St. Paul's (9-0, 7-0).Schummer, one of 10 seniors who started in the Saints program four years ago under coach Brad Best, was moved from quarterback to running back several weeks ago. Sophomore Brad Davis stepped in behind center to replace Schummer.
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