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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2013
The senior pitcher closed out his four-year career in dominating fashion, tossing a two-hit shutout to lead the Seahawks to a 6-0 win over Catonsville in Friday's Class 4A state championship game at Ripken Stadium. It was the program's first state title as the Seahawks closed out the season with a 20-5 mark. Mitchell finished with eight strikeouts and also had an impact at the plate, smacking two doubles to drive in two runs and score another. On the mound, he finished the season with an 8-0 record, pitching six complete games and two shutouts.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2014
Former NFL quarterback Scott Mitchell, who started a pair of games for the Ravens in 1999 and had a 12-year NFL career, will be featured on NBC's “The Biggest Loser,” a show in which people try to lose weight under the supervision of personal trainers. Mitchell currently weighs 366 pounds , but his NFL.com profile lists him at 240 pounds at the end of his playing career in 2001. He's currently listed as a bill collector, and according to the show's website, wants to get healthy for his family.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2013
After more than 100 pitches, the fastball had lost some steam and the breaking ball that baffled batters earlier in the game didn't have the same snap. South River senior pitcher Scott Mitchell, his dirty jersey showing the effects of an already demanding day, took a deep breath as pitching coach Gary Gubbings approached the mound for a second visit in the seventh inning. "Can you get this last guy out?" Gubbings asked as he looked the No. 5 Seahawks' ace in the eyes. Mitchell's response was quick and direct: "I got him. " With two runners on against No. 10 Severna Park in an Anne Arundel County matchup, Mitchell threw a high fastball that Falcons second baseman Danny Fulton swung through for the third strike to end the Seahawks' 2-1 win in early April.
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Mike Preston | October 31, 2013
It is the time of year for victories, not excuses. We've been hearing a lot of them from the Ravens (3-4) since the season opening debacle in Denver. The receivers are old and quarterback Joe Flacco needs time with his new ones. The offensive line is hurt. The secondary lacks communication and the special teams aren't so special. It's Juan Castillo's fault. And the list goes on and on and on ... Well, it's time to put up or shut up. "We know what time of year it is," Ravens running back Ray Rice said.
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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | March 21, 2013
South River manager Ken Dunn tells his players that "the road to success is always under construction. " Fortunately for him, his team laid down some quality miles Thursday, while all visiting Arundel found were potholes in an 11-1 loss in an Anne Arundel County league game that ended after six innings because of the ten-run rule. The No. 4 Seahawks (1-0, 1-0) rode the arm and the bat of pitcher Scott Mitchell. The senior threw a three-hitter, striking out eight and keeping No. 5 Arundel (0-1, 0-1)
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2013
As a four-year varsity player, captain and the catalyst of his team's undefeated start this season, South River pitcher Scott Mitchell has earned the right to have a say. So when he asked to stay on the mound to get the final out in Friday's showdown against Anne Arundel County rival Severna Park, the Seahawks' brass obliged. And Mitchell finished what he started. When Severna Park second baseman Danny Fulton swung through Mitchell's high fastball for the third strike, the No. 2 Seahawks completed a sound 2-1 win over the No. 9 Falcons in Edgewater.
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,Sun Reporter | November 23, 2007
He wore No. 19 and was the coach's hand-picked choice in 1999 to lead the Ravens upward. Pffft. Scott Mitchell started two games, bombed out and was benched, never to play for the Ravens again. Eight years later and out of football, Mitchell still feels the sting. "Being benched [by coach Brian Billick] was devastating," he said. "I had always thought of myself as part of the solution, not the problem. "But that moment provided a gut check, too. I rededicated myself and played another two years [in Cincinnati]
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April 30, 2004
On April 25, 2004 MARGARET MEALS (nee Vogt) beloved mother of Mary Jane Mitchell and Deborah Balcerak; dear grandmother of Laura Mitchell, Scott Mitchell, Curtis Mitchem and Wendy Ortiz; loving great-grandmother of Curtis, Stephanie and Ian. Memorial services will be held privately and will include immediate family only. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made to the Montclaire Manor Assisted Living Facility, 11805 Wayneridge Street, Fulton, MD 20759.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | February 24, 1999
Ravens quarterback Jim Harbaugh, who stands to lose his starting job if the team acquires Detroit quarterback Scott Mitchell, checked out a possible employment option by visiting the San Diego Chargers last night.The Ravens, who are trying to swing a trade for Mitchell, already have talked with Harbaugh about becoming a backup here and taking a pay cut in the process. Harbaugh said he is comfortable with that scenario. In the meantime, the Ravens have given him permission to look elsewhere.
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By Mike Preston | August 24, 1999
Sensitive, eh?: Starting quarterback Scott Mitchell played poorly in practice yesterday, but Billick was direct when a reporter asked if reserve Tony Banks had closed the gap on Mitchell. "Tony did some good things, Tony did some things he has to work on, as did Scott," Billick said. "Scott Mitchell is the starting quarterback as of now; has been for a while. I'll alert you when that changes."New job: Punter Paul McCord, waived by the Ravens yesterday, was back at his old job as Western Maryland's special teams coach, a job he has held the past four years.
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Mike Preston | August 12, 2013
The last time the Ravens visited the "trash heap" for a receiver, they traded a fourth-round draft pick to the Buffalo Bills for Lee Evans in 2011. And now, they've brought in tight end Dallas Clark and wide receiver Brandon Stokley. We're all familiar with Evans. He played in only nine games and had four catches for 74 yards that season. He failed to secure the late game-winning touchdown pass in the end zone against the New England Patriots in the AFC championship, and eventually replaced the human "Water Buffalo" - quarterback Scott Mitchell - as the biggest name one-year failure in the history of the Ravens.
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The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2013
Several local players earned spots on the All-District teams from the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches. The local players on the teams are listed below. District 1 Isaiah Pasteur, Winters Mill, junior Bobby Summersgill, Liberty, senior Trevor Houck, Westminster, senior District 5 Joey Benitez, Archbishop Spalding, senior Steven Ghiardi, Arundel, senior Craig Sheridan, South River, junior Scott Mitchell, South River, senior A.J. Hammen, Glen Burnie, senior Eric Grantland, Northeast, senior Nick Watkins, Annapolis Area Christian, senior Matt Prince, North County, senior John Drexel, Chesapeake-AA, junior Brady Acker, Atholton, junior Cody Morris, Reservoir, sophomore Tommy Mee, Wilde Lake, senior Joe Zayatz, Oakland Mills, senior Logan Dubbe, Glenelg, senior Derek Sicca, Hammond, senior Paul Burmester, Atholton, senior Ben Miller, Hammond, senior Jake Bender, Marriotts Ridge, junior District 6 John Klein, Catonsville, junior Matt Evans, Eastern Tech, senior Aidan Miller, Towson, senior Mike O'Dwyer, Towson, senior Kyle Kershner, Towson, senior Shane Mizelle, Eastern Tech, senior Tyler Silbersack, Franklin, junior Ryan Miller, Lansdowne, senior Kris Ewers, Dulaney, senior Jeremy Davis, Catonsville, senior Sean Welling, Loch Raven, senior Cody Gwinn, Eastern Tech, junior Jay Patti, Hereford,...
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By Mike Frainie and For The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2013
Scott Mitchell South River, senior, pitcher-infielder To say Mitchell contributed to South River's first state championship would be an understatement. Mitchell led the No. 2 Seahawks (20-5) to a 6-0 win over No. 7 Catonsville in the Class 4A state championship game at Ripken Stadium, pitching a two-hitter. He held the Comets hitless until the sixth inning, striking out nine batters in the victory. Offensively, Mitchell had two doubles, two RBIs and a stolen base.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2013
The senior pitcher closed out his four-year career in dominating fashion, tossing a two-hit shutout to lead the Seahawks to a 6-0 win over Catonsville in Friday's Class 4A state championship game at Ripken Stadium. It was the program's first state title as the Seahawks closed out the season with a 20-5 mark. Mitchell finished with eight strikeouts and also had an impact at the plate, smacking two doubles to drive in two runs and score another. On the mound, he finished the season with an 8-0 record, pitching six complete games and two shutouts.
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By Craig Clary and Baltimore Sun Media Group | May 24, 2013
South River coach Ken Dunn announced he would retire after coaching his last game this season, so his players gave him the perfect parting gift. - the school's first baseball state championship. The No. 3 Seahawks defeated No. 8 Catonsville, 6-0, in the Class 4A final Friday at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. "This was a great ride," Dunn said. "The kids did a great job. "It's not about me. It's about those kids. ... This win was about everybody that has been in the program. " South River (20-5)
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From Sun staff reports | May 22, 2013
Junior right-hander Craig Sheridan pitched a shutout Tuesday as No. 3 South River beat Eleanor Roosevelt, 4-0, in a Class 4A state baseball semifinal at the University of Maryland. The Seahawks (19-5) will make their first appearance in the state finals in 30 years. Sheridan threw 84 pitches and gave up one hit and one walk while the Seahawks scored three runs in the first inning. Gabe Vertucci led off with a single, Jake Gratz was hit by a pitch and Scott Mitchell lined a hit to center field that was misplayed.
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From Sun staff reports | April 14, 2013
After losing three of its past five games, with all three losses to Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference opponents, Loyola's baseball team needed to turn things around. It did. Winner Mason Kapelanski pitched a three-hit shutout and the Dons (12-7, 4-3) blanked McDonogh, 10-0, on Saturday. The Eagles (1-9) suffered their sixth straight loss. Conor Reynolds (2-for-2) had a double, a homer and four RBIs, and James O'Malley (3-for-4) had a double for Loyola.
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The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2013
The senior attackman took the lead role in the Dons' improbable run to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship, highlighted by his two-goal, four-assist performance in Friday's 10-9 upset win over previously undefeated Boys' Latin to win the title. Capping the standout performance for McNamara was the title-clinching goal with 1:56 to play. The Dons, who earned the sixth and final playoff spot in the final day of the regular season, trailed 6-0 after the first quarter and 9-7 in the closing minutes of regulation.
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The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2013
The senior attackman took the lead role in the Dons' improbable run to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship, highlighted by his two-goal, four-assist performance in Friday's 10-9 upset win over previously undefeated Boys' Latin to win the title. Capping the standout performance for McNamara was the title-clinching goal with 1:56 to play. The Dons, who earned the sixth and final playoff spot in the final day of the regular season, trailed 6-0 after the first quarter and 9-7 in the closing minutes of regulation.
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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2013
Fourth-ranked South River gave up two early runs, but came back to score five and defeat No. 5 North County, 5-2, on Friday to win the Class 4A East region baseball title. It is the first region title for South River since 2008. Brody Raimondo went 4-for-4 with a double, while Scott Mitchell went 2-for-4 with a triple to lead South River (18-5). Mitchell also pitched a complete game five-hitter with seven strikeouts. The Seahawks will face Prince George's County's Eleanor Roosevelt, the South Region winner, at 4 p.m.on Tuesday in College Park.
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