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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2011
Mike Engelberg wouldn't have blamed Sean Davis if he had appeared frustrated from time to time. Facing double- and triple-coverage on an every-game basis could certainly be discouraging to a high school football player. But according to Engelberg -- coach of the Maret School in Washington -- not once did Davis express any type of displeasure with his status as the most accounted-for player on the field. “No matter how good you are, it's tough to make a play on offense,” with that kind of attention, Engelberg said.
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By Jonas Shaffer and The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2014
In this week's recruiting roundup, the Terps keep it all in the family. F­­­ootball recruiting -- Class of 2015 outside linebacker target Isaiah Davis , brother of Terps safety Sean Davis, committed to Maryland on Tuesday. -- Class of 2015 running back commit Deltron Sands reportedly will take an official visit to Maryland and four other schools this fall -- Class of 2015 defensive end target Byron Cowart reportedly is set to make his decision soon , and Maryland is a dark-horse option for the blue-chip defensive end. -- Class of 2015 offensive line target Isaiah Prince reportedly has Maryland among a top four that includes Ohio State, Florida and Alabama.
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By Matt Zenitz, Baltimore Sun Media Group | August 15, 2014
COLLEGE PARK -  Beginning next season, Sean Davis will have the opportunity to watch every one of his brother's practices first-hand. Isaiah Davis, a linebacker from St. Stephens and St. Agnes School in Virginia, orally committed to Maryland Tuesday and will be part of the same defense as his standout safety brother, who is entering his junior season. But Sean Davis has kept up with his brother's high school career while also training with him during the offseason and spoke about what he believes Isaiah Davis will add to Maryland's defense.
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By Matt Zenitz, Baltimore Sun Media Group | August 15, 2014
COLLEGE PARK -  Beginning next season, Sean Davis will have the opportunity to watch every one of his brother's practices first-hand. Isaiah Davis, a linebacker from St. Stephens and St. Agnes School in Virginia, orally committed to Maryland Tuesday and will be part of the same defense as his standout safety brother, who is entering his junior season. But Sean Davis has kept up with his brother's high school career while also training with him during the offseason and spoke about what he believes Isaiah Davis will add to Maryland's defense.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2013
I knew Stefon Diggs threw out the first pitch - it was high and wide - at the Orioles game Sunday at Camden Yards.  In his defense, his strategy was to aim high.  You never want to bounce one in front of the plate. “I think he tried to throw a cutter and it cut a little too much,” head coach Randy Edsall said. What I didn't know is that he met Orioles outfielder Adam Jones. “He said that's his favorite Oriole player of the current team. So he was jacked up about it,” said Edsall, who brought the whole team to the game.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | January 7, 1998
For the second straight game Westminster had a tie inside of the final three minutes -- and for the second straight time the game got away down the stretch.A three-point play gave visiting Thomas Johnson the lead with two minutes and 24 seconds to go, and the Frederick County team (5-2, 3-0) thwarted the Owls (6-3, 0-1) by converting 10 of 12 free throws the rest of the way.It was TJ's 51st straight Central Maryland Conference victory.Unlike last week's buzzer-beating basket that gave St. Mary's a 42-40 victory, this one began to unravel for the Owls with the score tied at 45 and four minutes on the clock.
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By Fay Lande | March 24, 2003
The Spalpeens have been playing Irish music for 30 years and will again April 5 at the Elkridge Volunteer Fire Company's fund-raiser, "A Night in Ireland." For information, Sean Davis is the person to contact: The musicians are members of his family. Davis, a Baltimore firefighter who lives in Ellicott City, volunteers at the Elkridge firehouse. "My grandfather founded [the band] almost 30 years ago," he said. "The reason he put it together was to kind of keep the family together. When my father and uncles were younger, they all were into music.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2013
Some additional notes from Maryland's 47-10 victory over Old Dominion at Byrd Stadium: * It was a pretty large and boisterous fan contingent for Old Dominion that showed up in College Park and sat in the visitors' section. They even chanted "Let's go Monarchs. " But then they got silent as the Terps piled up points. * Old Dominion fans thought their team had a touchdown on a pass to Blair Roberts with the Monarchs trailing, 3-0. He was ruled out of the end zone. “There's no one call that was the issue in this game,” Monarchs coach Bobby Wilder said.
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July 16, 2003
KATHERINE MADELINE KRAFT entered into eternal rest on July 12, 2003. She was born in Chicago, Illinois on March 12, 1914. Katherine was retired from the teaching profession and was a mentor. She was President of the Catholic Teachers Association in Chicago, Illinois and was a volunteer at the Methodist Hospital. She was preceded in death by her husband Harold C. Kraft; Survivors are daughter, Joan Davis; grandchildren, Heather Ryan and husband Bobby; Sean Davis and wife Traci Paul; great-grandchild, Hailie Davis.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | August 12, 2014
Virginia linebacker Isaiah Davis, the younger brother of Maryland standout safety Sean Davis, verbally committed to the Terrapins Tuesday night. Davis said he called offensive coordinator Mike Locksley as Maryland wrapped up practice Tuesday night and later spoke to coach Randy Edsall. “For one, being close to home [was appealing] and having my family being there,” Davis said during a phone interview. “Playing in the Big Ten, there's a lot of competition in that conference, and having the opportunity to play with my brother on the same team [was attractive]
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | August 12, 2014
Virginia linebacker Isaiah Davis, the younger brother of Maryland standout safety Sean Davis, verbally committed to the Terrapins Tuesday night. Davis said he called offensive coordinator Mike Locksley as Maryland wrapped up practice Tuesday night and later spoke to coach Randy Edsall. “For one, being close to home [was appealing] and having my family being there,” Davis said during a phone interview. “Playing in the Big Ten, there's a lot of competition in that conference, and having the opportunity to play with my brother on the same team [was attractive]
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | October 26, 2013
COLLEGE PARK - Injury-depleted, overmatched Maryland donned its bright red, “Pride 2.0” uniforms for its homecoming game Saturday, then tried to preserve some vestige of that same pride against No. 9 Clemson. Aided by three takeaways, Maryland remained within a touchdown of the heavily favored Tigers until a critical fourth-quarter miscue. Clemson pulled away for a 40-27 victory in front of an announced 48,134, the largest home crowd of the season, on a sunny, chilly day at Byrd Stadium.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2013
More notes from Maryland's 27-26 victory over Virginia: * For the second straight game, Maryland had zero takeaways. The Terps had been among the best teams in the nation in forcing turnovers over their first four games. * Will Likely is still learning how to field punts. The ball on his first catch appeared to hit him high, and he muffed the punt. But Maryland coach Randy Edsall continued to use him on punts and kickoffs. Stefon Diggs also returned kicks. * Remember the pass that was tipped by Virginia cornerback Tim Harris into Diggs' hands for a 39-yard gain?
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2013
Starting Maryland cornerback Jeremiah Johnson will be out seven to eight weeks with a fractured left toe, coach Randy Edsall said Sunday. The injury is a blow to the Terps because of Johnson's experience, but it comes at a position - the secondary - which is perhaps the team's deepest. Johnson, a redshirt junior who started all 12 games last season and led the team in pass breakups, sustained the injury in Maryland's opening-week victory over Florida International. He limped off during that game and was on the sideline in a walking boot and warmup clothes during Saturday's 47-10 victory over Old Dominion.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2013
Randy Edsall surely loved sophomore wide receiver Stefon Diggs ' 41-yard touchdown reception, but the Maryland coach seemed not to be happy with what came along with it. Diggs high-stepped as he ran down the sideline before flipping into the end zone in front of the Maryland student section in the second quarter. He had taken a swing pass and turned it into a long touchdown in Maryland's 47-10 victory over Old Dominion. "I think it is my responsibility to coach the young men up," Edsall said after the game.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2013
I knew Stefon Diggs threw out the first pitch - it was high and wide - at the Orioles game Sunday at Camden Yards.  In his defense, his strategy was to aim high.  You never want to bounce one in front of the plate. “I think he tried to throw a cutter and it cut a little too much,” head coach Randy Edsall said. What I didn't know is that he met Orioles outfielder Adam Jones. “He said that's his favorite Oriole player of the current team. So he was jacked up about it,” said Edsall, who brought the whole team to the game.
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By Jonas Shaffer and The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2014
In this week's recruiting roundup, the Terps keep it all in the family. F­­­ootball recruiting -- Class of 2015 outside linebacker target Isaiah Davis , brother of Terps safety Sean Davis, committed to Maryland on Tuesday. -- Class of 2015 running back commit Deltron Sands reportedly will take an official visit to Maryland and four other schools this fall -- Class of 2015 defensive end target Byron Cowart reportedly is set to make his decision soon , and Maryland is a dark-horse option for the blue-chip defensive end. -- Class of 2015 offensive line target Isaiah Prince reportedly has Maryland among a top four that includes Ohio State, Florida and Alabama.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2012
One man's opinion on the potential of Maryland's 2012 football commitments. Post your takes below. Most wanted: Given to the most heavily recruited Maryland commitments. OFFENSE Wes Brown - Good Counsel, running back, 6-0, 205 pounds, 4.59 40 Who did the Terps beat out to land Brown? Just Boston College, Cincinnati, Colorado, Florida State, Illinois, Iowa, Miami, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Mississippi State, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, South Carolina, Syracuse, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Virginia and West Virginia, according to Rivals.com.
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