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May 7, 2008
Junior Sean Price is one of the county's top midfielders and one of the main reasons Severna Park (12-2 overall, 10-1 in county league) finished first in the county during the regular season and played in last night's Anne Arundel County championship game. In the fall, Price was an All-County and second-team All-Metro linebacker for the Falcons, and The Sun's county Defensive Player of the Year. His aggressive play in football carries over to the lacrosse field, where he has emerged as one of the team leaders for coach Larry Kramer.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2014
When Navy won the opening faceoff of Saturday's eventual 21-12 thrashing of Patriot League foe Holy Cross, the offense was composed of the usual starters on attack - and the players who make up the second midfield. Seniors Austin Heneveld and Sean Price and sophomore Kevin Wendel took the field with the starting attack of seniors Sam Jones and Tucker Hull and sophomore T.J. Hanzsche. But before any conspiracy theories begin hatching, coach Rick Sowell said the second line took the first possession because Heneveld was already on the field as a wing player on the faceoff unit.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | November 23, 2005
Sean Price had just powered his way to 200 rushing yards and two touchdowns in Gilman's come-from-behind win over nationally ranked DeMatha of Hyattsville. As the teams lined up for the post-game handshakes, Price removed his jersey and shoulder pads, revealing a slender, sinewy upper torso that glistened with sweat in the early September sun. "Their defensive backs coach said, `Man, you're skinny without your shoulder pads on. I don't see how you can run as hard as you do,' " recalled Price, a 6-foot-2, 208-pound running back.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2014
Navy got hat tricks from a pair of starting attackmen in senior Sam Jones and sophomore T.J. Hanzsche in Saturday's 9-8 overtime loss to Georgetown, but little else from its offensive midfield. Senior Sean Price (Severna Park) was the only midfielder who registered a point, scoring a goal in the first quarter. (Junior short-stick defensive midfielder Alex Heyward scored in the third period.) The first midfield of seniors Pat Durkin and Erik Hoffstadt and junior Gabe Voumard and second line of Price, senior Austin Heneveld and sophomore Kevin Wendel combined for 14 shots, putting half of them on net. But coach Rick Sowell said he is not worried about the midfield's lack of production as the Midshipmen (1-1)
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2014
When Navy won the opening faceoff of Saturday's eventual 21-12 thrashing of Patriot League foe Holy Cross, the offense was composed of the usual starters on attack - and the players who make up the second midfield. Seniors Austin Heneveld and Sean Price and sophomore Kevin Wendel took the field with the starting attack of seniors Sam Jones and Tucker Hull and sophomore T.J. Hanzsche. But before any conspiracy theories begin hatching, coach Rick Sowell said the second line took the first possession because Heneveld was already on the field as a wing player on the faceoff unit.
NEWS
November 20, 2008
9 touchdown passes thrown in Arundel's 47-28 win over Severna Park in the teams' regular-season meeting Oct. 17. Arundel QB Billy Cosh threw for five; Severna Park starter Sam Jones accounted for three; and the Falcons' backup had one. The teams will meet again in the Class 4A East regional final tomorrow. 124 tackles this season by Severna Park senior LB Sean Price, which leads the team. The Falcons' defensive catalyst is averaging 11-plus tackles per game.
NEWS
December 12, 2007
Offensive player Nick Elko Arundel Elko was the leader of the Wildcats' no-huddle spread offense, leading the Class 4A state runners-up in both passing and rushing, in addition to handling the place-kicking and punting chores. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound senior set state public school season records for touchdown passes (40), pass attempts, completions and passing yards. Elko completed 260 of 430 passes for 3,091 yards and nine interceptions. He also ran for 817 yards and 10 touchdowns, kicked five field goals and 38 extra points and had a punting average of 38 yards on 46 attempts.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2014
Navy got hat tricks from a pair of starting attackmen in senior Sam Jones and sophomore T.J. Hanzsche in Saturday's 9-8 overtime loss to Georgetown, but little else from its offensive midfield. Senior Sean Price (Severna Park) was the only midfielder who registered a point, scoring a goal in the first quarter. (Junior short-stick defensive midfielder Alex Heyward scored in the third period.) The first midfield of seniors Pat Durkin and Erik Hoffstadt and junior Gabe Voumard and second line of Price, senior Austin Heneveld and sophomore Kevin Wendel combined for 14 shots, putting half of them on net. But coach Rick Sowell said he is not worried about the midfield's lack of production as the Midshipmen (1-1)
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | September 24, 2004
Gilman's coaches are known for keeping their eyes on their rivals, but this season, they've also had to keep an eye on one of their own - Sean Price. That's because when the Greyhounds' junior running back/defensive back isn't taking over a game, there's a chance he might be trying to coach it. "He'll try to be the head coach, both coordinators, and has, let's just say, a very expansive vocabulary," said Gilman coach Biff Poggi. "He's big, fast, passionate, provides a lot of enthusiasm for the team."
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield | December 17, 2004
Andy DePaola Hereford, senior, quarterback Brandon Johnson Broadneck, junior, running back Sean Price Gilman, junior, running back Keith Richardson Long Reach, soph., running back Corey Smith Hereford, senior, running back DeShawn Barrett Patterson, senior, tight end Darrius Heyward-Bey McDonogh, senior, wide receiver Brett Cheplowitz Broadneck, senior, lineman Demario Dorsey Old Mill, senior, lineman Pat McNamara Mt. St. Joe, senior, lineman Trey Velleggia Loyola, senior, lineman Luke Bell Gilman, senior, kicker Note: Teams selected by Lem Satterfield after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.
NEWS
November 20, 2008
9 touchdown passes thrown in Arundel's 47-28 win over Severna Park in the teams' regular-season meeting Oct. 17. Arundel QB Billy Cosh threw for five; Severna Park starter Sam Jones accounted for three; and the Falcons' backup had one. The teams will meet again in the Class 4A East regional final tomorrow. 124 tackles this season by Severna Park senior LB Sean Price, which leads the team. The Falcons' defensive catalyst is averaging 11-plus tackles per game.
NEWS
May 7, 2008
Junior Sean Price is one of the county's top midfielders and one of the main reasons Severna Park (12-2 overall, 10-1 in county league) finished first in the county during the regular season and played in last night's Anne Arundel County championship game. In the fall, Price was an All-County and second-team All-Metro linebacker for the Falcons, and The Sun's county Defensive Player of the Year. His aggressive play in football carries over to the lacrosse field, where he has emerged as one of the team leaders for coach Larry Kramer.
NEWS
December 12, 2007
Offensive player Nick Elko Arundel Elko was the leader of the Wildcats' no-huddle spread offense, leading the Class 4A state runners-up in both passing and rushing, in addition to handling the place-kicking and punting chores. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound senior set state public school season records for touchdown passes (40), pass attempts, completions and passing yards. Elko completed 260 of 430 passes for 3,091 yards and nine interceptions. He also ran for 817 yards and 10 touchdowns, kicked five field goals and 38 extra points and had a punting average of 38 yards on 46 attempts.
NEWS
By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | November 23, 2005
Sean Price had just powered his way to 200 rushing yards and two touchdowns in Gilman's come-from-behind win over nationally ranked DeMatha of Hyattsville. As the teams lined up for the post-game handshakes, Price removed his jersey and shoulder pads, revealing a slender, sinewy upper torso that glistened with sweat in the early September sun. "Their defensive backs coach said, `Man, you're skinny without your shoulder pads on. I don't see how you can run as hard as you do,' " recalled Price, a 6-foot-2, 208-pound running back.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | September 24, 2004
Gilman's coaches are known for keeping their eyes on their rivals, but this season, they've also had to keep an eye on one of their own - Sean Price. That's because when the Greyhounds' junior running back/defensive back isn't taking over a game, there's a chance he might be trying to coach it. "He'll try to be the head coach, both coordinators, and has, let's just say, a very expansive vocabulary," said Gilman coach Biff Poggi. "He's big, fast, passionate, provides a lot of enthusiasm for the team."
NEWS
April 2, 2008
BASEBALL River @No. 9 Northeast WHEN -- Friday, 4 p.m. OUTLOOK -- This contest matches two teams off to fast starts, particu larly the host Eagles, who have cracked the Top 10 for the first time in several years. A strong senior nu cleus led by John Hodges, Brody Kean and Earl Geohegan lead the Ea gles. The visiting Seahawks, 9-13 a year ago, are off winning start and will be out to prove they are for real with seniors Jake Sodeman and Brendan Ring. THE SUN'S PICK -- Northeast BOYS LACROSSE No. 7 Severna Park @Annapolis WHEN -- Tuesday, 5 p.m. OUTLOOK -- This being one of the county's fiercest rivalries in lacrosse, the defending county and Class 4A state champion Falcons won't take anything for granted in their visit to Annapolis.
NEWS
January 11, 2006
1:27 The amount of time in minutes and seconds it took 112-pound freshman wrestler Raymond Shofed of Samuel Banks to pin his Patterson opponent inlast Wednesday's dual meet, which was won by Patterson. Shofed, 15, was a backup until making his Baltimore City League debut, and he had never wrestled before reporting to his first practice two weeks ago. 8 Mount St. Joseph wrestlers who finished in the top eight of their respective weight classes in the Dec. 28-29 PowerAde Invitational in Canonsburg, Pa. Mack Lewnes (160 pounds)
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