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By JoAnna Daemmrich, Tom Bowman and Scott Shane and JoAnna Daemmrich, Tom Bowman and Scott Shane,SUN STAFF | July 20, 1996
To his many admirers at the Naval Academy, Scott Ward was all a future combat officer should be: a wrestler, triathlete and sky diver, commander of half the midshipmen, headed for the elite Navy SEALs.But to four female classmates, Scott Ward was more predator than paragon. After nights of drinking, they say, he went into their dorm rooms, climbed into bed and demanded sex.Since Ward's promising Navy career collapsed with his arrest in April, he and an aggressive private lawyer have successfully fought off criminal charges of sexual assault.
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By Jessica Anderson and Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2012
Members of the Baltimore region's close-knit swimming community were reeling Tuesday from the death late Monday of Alec John Cosgarea, 17, a varsity swimmer at the McDonogh School in Owings Mills and a competitor for the North Baltimore Aquatic Club. According to police, the rising senior was driving north on Greenspring Avenue about 10:20 p.m., approaching Highview Drive, when he lost control of his car and it left the roadway and struck a tree. He was flown to Maryland Shock Trauma, where he died, police said.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2012
Surging to one of his trademark late-breaking finishes, Michael Phelps won his final event - the 100-meter butterfly - at the Olympic qualifying trials Sunday night, and heads to London likely to swim the same eight races that produced his record-breaking gold-medal haul. "It shows I can do an event program like this at a high level again," said Phelps, who qualified for five events in London and is expected to be named to three relay teams as he was in Beijing. "I think we were struggling over the last couple of years doing one event at this level.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2012
Surging to one of his trademark late-breaking finishes, Michael Phelps won his final event - the 100-meter butterfly - at the Olympic qualifying trials Sunday night, and heads to London likely to swim the same eight races that produced his record-breaking gold-medal haul. "It shows I can do an event program like this at a high level again," said Phelps, who qualified for five events in London and is expected to be named to three relay teams as he was in Beijing. "I think we were struggling over the last couple of years doing one event at this level.
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | February 2, 1996
It's 4:15 in the morning, and Meghann Donovan's alarm clock just has sounded. The Seton Keough senior's daily routine is under way.By 5 a.m., Donovan has driven from her Catonsville home to McDonogh. The sun still hasn't risen as Donovan enters the school and heads for the swimming pool, where Scott Ward -- her club swimming coach for the past eight years -- awaits.There, Donovan will swim until 6:30. After swimming practice, she gets back in her car and drives to Seton Keough, where her "normal" school day begins.
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By Jessica Anderson and Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2012
Members of the Baltimore region's close-knit swimming community were reeling Tuesday from the death late Monday of Alec John Cosgarea, 17, a varsity swimmer at the McDonogh School in Owings Mills and a competitor for the North Baltimore Aquatic Club. According to police, the rising senior was driving north on Greenspring Avenue about 10:20 p.m., approaching Highview Drive, when he lost control of his car and it left the roadway and struck a tree. He was flown to Maryland Shock Trauma, where he died, police said.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | December 27, 2007
Feud? What feud? Ravens linebacker Bart Scott muted any talk yesterday of a potential confrontation with Pittsburgh wide receiver Hines Ward when the Steelers visit M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday at 4:15 p.m. "I anticipate playing the run very well," Scott said when asked what he expected from Ward. "He's a receiver. I don't see Hines that much - unless it's Groundhog Day." When the two teams met Nov. 5, Ward delivered hard-hitting blocks on both Scott and free safety Ed Reed. Reed was left woozy by the hit, but Scott was incensed and threatened to "kill" Ward.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | November 8, 2007
Several Ravens players said yesterday that Monday night's 38-7 thumping by the Pittsburgh Steelers was a thing of the past, but the same cannot be said for the feud between Bart Scott and Hines Ward. Scott confirmed Ward's claim that the Ravens linebacker threatened to "kill" the Steelers wide receiver after he leveled Scott with a block on Willie Parker's catch late in the second quarter. "I threatened him," Scott said defiantly. "If I see him again, I'm going to threaten him again." After Monday night's game, Ward was quoted as saying: "He tackled me and said he was going to kill me. But as long as you don't shoot me, I'll be fine.
NEWS
January 5, 2006
On January 3, 2006, JOHN FRANCIS WARD; beloved husband of Elizabeth Ward and devoted father of John Ward and his wife Pamela, Scott Ward and his wife Kimberly and Frances Ward; grandfather of Cory, Olivia, Kyle and Deven; beloved son of the late John and Helen Ward. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home Inc., 3631 Falls Rd, on Thursday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services on Friday at 1:30 P.M. Interment in Druid Ridge Cemetery.
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October 6, 2011
M.T. Smith, of Randallstown, recently released a book, "A Familiar Murder," on Amazon.com. The murder mystery takes the reader through Baltimore neighborhoods while solving a crime being perpetrated on the elderly. Smith is a former creative director for Guild Communications Inc, a community relations firm in Greenbelt. McDonogh School Director of Aquatics Scott Ward, of Owings Mills, has been named the recipient of the Thomas R. Harper Endowed Teaching Chair. This award was established in 2001 by alumnus Bob Chilstrom to honor his 1963 classmate, Tom Harper, who retired in 2004 after teaching English at McDonogh School for 36 years.The Harper Chair recognizes outstanding service to the school by a faculty or staff member.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | December 27, 2007
Feud? What feud? Ravens linebacker Bart Scott muted any talk yesterday of a potential confrontation with Pittsburgh wide receiver Hines Ward when the Steelers visit M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday at 4:15 p.m. "I anticipate playing the run very well," Scott said when asked what he expected from Ward. "He's a receiver. I don't see Hines that much - unless it's Groundhog Day." When the two teams met Nov. 5, Ward delivered hard-hitting blocks on both Scott and free safety Ed Reed. Reed was left woozy by the hit, but Scott was incensed and threatened to "kill" Ward.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | November 8, 2007
Several Ravens players said yesterday that Monday night's 38-7 thumping by the Pittsburgh Steelers was a thing of the past, but the same cannot be said for the feud between Bart Scott and Hines Ward. Scott confirmed Ward's claim that the Ravens linebacker threatened to "kill" the Steelers wide receiver after he leveled Scott with a block on Willie Parker's catch late in the second quarter. "I threatened him," Scott said defiantly. "If I see him again, I'm going to threaten him again." After Monday night's game, Ward was quoted as saying: "He tackled me and said he was going to kill me. But as long as you don't shoot me, I'll be fine.
NEWS
By JoAnna Daemmrich, Tom Bowman and Scott Shane and JoAnna Daemmrich, Tom Bowman and Scott Shane,SUN STAFF | July 20, 1996
To his many admirers at the Naval Academy, Scott Ward was all a future combat officer should be: a wrestler, triathlete and sky diver, commander of half the midshipmen, headed for the elite Navy SEALs.But to four female classmates, Scott Ward was more predator than paragon. After nights of drinking, they say, he went into their dorm rooms, climbed into bed and demanded sex.Since Ward's promising Navy career collapsed with his arrest in April, he and an aggressive private lawyer have successfully fought off criminal charges of sexual assault.
SPORTS
By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | February 2, 1996
It's 4:15 in the morning, and Meghann Donovan's alarm clock just has sounded. The Seton Keough senior's daily routine is under way.By 5 a.m., Donovan has driven from her Catonsville home to McDonogh. The sun still hasn't risen as Donovan enters the school and heads for the swimming pool, where Scott Ward -- her club swimming coach for the past eight years -- awaits.There, Donovan will swim until 6:30. After swimming practice, she gets back in her car and drives to Seton Keough, where her "normal" school day begins.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 10, 1999
Baltimore County officials charged yesterday the former owner of Towson's Carney Crabhouse and three others with arson and theft, saying the former owner set the fire four days after he was forced to sell the property.In charging documents, police said the fire on Nov. 2 was started in five places at the 4000 block of Joppa Road, and caused about $5,000 worth of damage.Police charged Milton Zacharski, 74, Charles Williams, 62, Barbara J. Williams, 61, and Scott Ward, 32, all of the 2000 block of Cox Road, with second-degree arson and burglary.
SPORTS
By Tom Worgo, Baltimore Sun Media Group | October 27, 2012
McDonogh sent coach Scott Ward out a winner. The third-seeded Eagles won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association water polo championship Friday, edging defending champion and top-seeded Calvert Hall, 9-8, in Owings Mills, thanks to a goal by senior Albert Schmickel with 39 seconds remaining. Ward is leaving his position after 14 seasons and three stints, but he won't officially inform the team of his departure until Monday. "I never told them," said Ward, whose team upset second-seeded Loyola in the semifinals, 13-6.
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