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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | February 27, 1994
It was a day of almosts for Howard County indoor track teams.Six competitors from Howard County finished second and two )) relay teams took third, but nobody could capture the top prize at the Class 3A state indoor track championships yesterday at the Fifth Regiment Armory.DuVal of Prince George's County won the boys meet with 47 points, and Linganore of Frederick County routed with field on the girls side with 86 points. The Centennial girls finished fourth with 25 points, and the boys took fifth with 33.Most of Howard County's big efforts came from Centennial.
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By Lisa Driscoll, The Baltimore Sun | September 25, 2014
Randallstown's own Baltimore Barbecue Company beat out celebrity competition in the 2014 American Royal Sauce Contest last weekend in Kansas City, taking second place for its Chesapeake Style Sauce. Entrants came from all over the United States and Canada, including Food Network's Guy Fieri, who placed ninth and 47th place. Chris Lilly of Big Bob Gibson BBQ got 33rd place in the specialty sauce division. “We're incredibly proud that our Chesapeake Style Sauce, which is an homage to Maryland's greatest treasure - the bay - went toe-to-toe with the best in the country and took home second place,” Adam Rosenblatt, Baltimore Barbecue Company's president and CEO, said in a press release.
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For The Aegis | September 24, 2012
With 253 boats from all over the east coast fishing the renown White Marlin Open Tournament in Ocean City, Jane, Tom and Lance Smith, of Bel Air, and crew on board their 43-foot custom Carolina boat, Longfin, were fortunate to get to the weigh scales and post a category win for the third time. They had consecutive winning years with a second place white marlin, and this year they took a second place in the shark division with a 126-pound mako shark. It was caught trolling in 300 fathoms in the Baltimore Canyon on an artificially molded chugger.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2014
The tight Republican primary for a seat on the Anne Arundel County Council representing Severna Park and Broadneck has been settled, with Michael Anthony Peroutka claiming a 38-vote victory on Wednesday. Second-place finisher Maureen Carr-York conceded the race to Peroutka early Wednesday morning. Once all absentee and provisional ballots were counted this week, Peroutka had 2,337 votes to 2,299 for Carr-York. Incumbent Councilman Dick Ladd was third with 1,903 votes, followed by Joseph M. Campbell with 485 votes and Jack Norman Wilson Sr. with 157 votes.
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By Lisa Driscoll, The Baltimore Sun | September 25, 2014
Randallstown's own Baltimore Barbecue Company beat out celebrity competition in the 2014 American Royal Sauce Contest last weekend in Kansas City, taking second place for its Chesapeake Style Sauce. Entrants came from all over the United States and Canada, including Food Network's Guy Fieri, who placed ninth and 47th place. Chris Lilly of Big Bob Gibson BBQ got 33rd place in the specialty sauce division. “We're incredibly proud that our Chesapeake Style Sauce, which is an homage to Maryland's greatest treasure - the bay - went toe-to-toe with the best in the country and took home second place,” Adam Rosenblatt, Baltimore Barbecue Company's president and CEO, said in a press release.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2011
For the final two weeks of the regular season, Gilman boys soccer coach Jon Seal has asked his players to bring playoff-like intensity. The No. 4 Greyhounds had it on full display Monday against No. 2 Archbishop Curley. The defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champions showed up faster and more aggressive than the visiting Friars, coming away with a 3-0 victory to take over second place. Senior Jake Matthai headed home the opening goal late in the first half, junior Tanner Vosvick and Sam Wancowicz impressively finished off two chances in the second half, and goalie Andrew Harris (seven saves)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to the Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2008
Coach Rob Torres was disappointed when his John Carroll girls cross country team finished second in last year's Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship run. The Patriots were the defending champions and had two of the area's top runners. But when John Carroll finished second again this year, Torres and the Patriots weren't upset at all. In fact, they were delighted, because John Carroll lost its top three runners from last year but turned in a strong performance at Oregon Ridge Park.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | January 21, 1991
Meade's boys track team couldn't pull off its third straight National Guard meet title, but it did manage to avenge its 101-86.5 loss to Old Mill in a meet earlier this season.Meade's pole-vaulting Miller twins, Jeff and Eric, finished first and third, respectively. Highjumper Derrick Barr and 800-meter runner Ray Burleson each took second place to lead the Mustangs (37.5 points) to a runner-up finish behind Eleanor Roosevelt (40).Old Mill (35 points) finished in third place."We scored basically what we thought we could have.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 30, 1997
Hammond's Daushawn Dillahunt made only one basket last night, but it was a winner.His 12-foot, pull-up jumper off a fast break with six seconds left handed Hammond a 53-52 victory at Oakland Mills last night, and along with it, undisputed possession of second place in the county league."
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2011
It's unclear whether D.J. Comer was a second or even third option in overtime. What is certain is that the senior midfielder became the reason the Loyola men's lacrosse team vaulted into second place in the Eastern College Athletic Conference standings, as his blast from the right alley 49 seconds into overtime lifted the No. 20 Greyhounds to a 7-6 win over visiting Fairfield before 1,283 at Ridley Athletic Complex in Baltimore on Saturday. After senior John Schiavone won the opening faceoff of the extra session, Loyola (6-3 overall and 3-2 in the ECAC)
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By Trevor Hass and The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2014
Stewart Elliott chuckled when he was asked the question. Why is winning the Triple Crown so difficult? Elliott, Smarty Jones' jockey in 2004, rattled off a laundry list of reasons why no horse has captured the sport's most prestigious honor since 1978. You need an adaptable horse - one who can adjust to the longer distance at the Belmont Stakes. A horse that can handle running three races in five weeks. One that can handle the hubbub and not get flustered. And a little bit of luck.
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May 22, 2014
The Laurel Leader brought home 13 awards at the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association's 2013 editorial contest. The Leader competes in Division D for non-daily newspapers with circulation above 20,000. Pete Pichaske won first place for education reporting on his story about the Safe Summer program at Deerfield Run Community Center. Phil Grout won first place for feature photos for his photo from Doggie Dip Day at the Laurel Municipal Pool, and Nate Pesce's photos of Montpelier Mansion's Blast in the Past playground won first place for photo series.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | May 20, 2014
For the third consecutive year, The Aegis was honored as Newspaper of the Year among the state's largest circulation non-daily papers by the Maryland, Delaware, D.C. Press Association during the organization's annual awards luncheon Friday. Aegis staff members received 10 first place and 15 second place individual reporting, writing, photography and multimedia awards in the competition among non-daily papers whose circulation exceeds 20,000. The Newspaper of the Year Award is determined under a system that awards three points for first place individual award and two points for second.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2014
Towson's 6-5 win over No. 18 Massachusetts gave the Tigers a substantial lift in the Colonial Athletic Association standings. With an 8-3 overall record and a 2-1 mark in the league, they are tied with Drexel (7-4, 2-1) for second place in the CAA. But coach Shawn Nadelen said he has better things to address than the team's position in the race for four berths in the conference tournament. “In the conference, I just know that if we win games, we get into the playoffs, and in the playoffs, anything can happen,” he said Monday morning.
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From Sun staff reports | February 16, 2014
Mike Burwell scored a career-high 23 points for Towson (17-9, 8-3 Colonial Athletic Association) and Jerrelle Benimon had his NCAA-leading 17th double double to lead the Tigers to an 85-70 win over visiting William & Mary (15-9, 7-4) on Saturday. The win gives the Tigers sole possession of second place in the CAA. Towson will play first-place Delaware on Monday. After falling behind 9-6 early, Towson used a 10-0 run to go up 16-9 at the 10:40 mark of the first half. The Tribe came back from a 41-34 halftime deficit, scoring 11 of the first 15 second-half points for a 62-59 lead with 9:19 left.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | October 14, 2013
The UMBC women's soccer team opened play in the America East with a 2-1 loss to Maine, but the Retrievers have righted the ship courtesy of a three-game winning streak. Since that setback to the Black Bears on Sept. 29, UMBC has defeated Binghamton, 1-0 in double overtime on Oct. 3; Albany, 3-1, on Oct. 6; and Vermont, 2-1, on Thursday. The team's response to the loss to Maine was welcomed by coach Leslie Wray. “It's great, and I said just the other day that we keep asking more of these players, and their response keeps coming up positive,” she said Monday afternoon.
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By Jean Marie Beall and Jean Marie Beall,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 3, 2002
THE RESULTS ARE in. Winners of the Taneytown Heritage Committee's annual holiday decorating contest have been announced. Winning first place for individual doorways was Donna Smith of 81 York St. Jamie and Brick Eylar of 62 Fairground Ave. took second place. Third place winner was Kelly Daughtrey of 199 Roth Ave. Taneytown Chamber of Commerce helped sponsor the door-decorating contest for businesses. Winning first place was Come Saturday Morning Antiques. Second place went to Fine Portraiture by Michelle and third place went to Every Bloomin' Thing.
NEWS
June 10, 1999
Carroll County athletes who participated in the Maryland Special Olympics Summer Games last weekend at the University of Maryland, College Park, received these awards.Carrie Billings: English equitation, eighth place; team relays, second place; working trails, fourth place.Ray Clark: 50-meter dash and 100-meter dash, second place.Kristen Davis: 4x25-meter free relay, third place; 50-meter backstroke, second place; 50-meter breaststroke, participation ribbon; 50-meter freestyle, sixth place.
HEALTH
By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2013
Johns Hopkins Hospital is back on top - reclaiming bragging rights and a lucrative marketing chip as the nation's best hospital in the annual ranking released Tuesday by U.S. News and World Report. A year after being knocked from its 21-year perch atop the news organization's hospital ratings, Hopkins rebounded by edging out last year's winner, Boston's Massachusetts General Hospital. "We're very pleased about that, because we had quite a story going," said Ronald R. Peterson, president of Hopkins Hospital and Health System and executive vice president of Johns Hopkins Medicine.
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From Sun staff reports | June 23, 2013
Matthew Centrowitz (Broadneck) won a jam-packed 1,500-meter final at the U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday. The 23-year-old from Annapolis won the event in 3 minutes, 45.17seconds, beating out five other runners by less than a second. "In my head, I said, 'Dominate the final,' and that's what I set out to do," said Centrowitz, who took the lead with less than 70 meters remaining. "I didn't really glance back. " Turning into the final stretch, the first five runners were side by side.
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