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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | November 5, 1994
Miranda James, whose move back to sweeper in midseason was an important part of C. Milton Wright's success this season, returned to her old scoring ways on one run-through last night and the ensuing goal was enough to give the Mustangs a 1-0 victory over visiting Bel Air in a Class 3A-4A regional final.James, a junior with outstanding speed, has the green light if she sees a chance, and the run turned into a give-and-go with wing Erin Lesh. The goal came 24 minutes into the second half on a shot from 15 yards out on the left side.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 1, 2001
In team sports, youth can equate to passion and enthusiasm. It also can equate to inexperience. Just ask Calvert Hall's basketball team. For the second time in a week, the ninth-ranked Cardinals (13-6, 3-4) found themselves tied with Archbishop Spalding (11-11, 6-3) with just over three minutes remaining. For the second time in a week they lost, adding last night's 33-30 result in Towson to a 40-34 margin in Severn last Friday. The Catholic League contest featured 11 lead changes, and neither team ever had more than a six-point lead.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko | March 9, 1997
What the Orioles did yesterday: For the second time this spring, they made four errors and still won. Manny Alexander's two-run homer in the eighth gave the Orioles an 8-7 victory over the Montreal Expos. Four of the six runs off right-hander Scott Erickson were unearned.What the Orioles will do today: Return to West Palm Beach for the third time in four days, taking on the Expos. Right-hander Rocky Coppinger, who hasn't allowed an earned run in four innings, will make his third start. Also scheduled to pitch are Julio Moreno, Arthur Rhodes and Alan Mills.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 23, 1997
The biggest day of lacrosse in the area lived up to its billing.Although there were no upsets in the five games played locally, each had its share of surprises.Second-ranked Virginia used a 9-0, second-half run to beat No. 4 Johns Hopkins, 16-12, for its first win at Homewood Field in nine years."Momentum is a funny thing sometimes," Hopkins coach Tony Seaman said. "But you've got to answer."In the closest game, Scott Hochstadt scored the game-winner 1: 49 into overtime, as No. 5 Maryland edged No. 10 North Carolina, 13-12.
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October 6, 2014
I would like to sit down with Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps and explain to him the permanency of death ( "Olympian Michael Phelps arrested for drunken driving a second time ," Sept. 30). In 2004, my son had just graduated high school and had his whole life ahead of him - until a drunk driver hit and killed him in November. Maybe Mr. Phelps would like to explain to me, since I have never received any explanation from the 55-year-old woman who struck my son, why he is above the law. What gives him the right to jeopardize everyone else?
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | June 24, 1996
ATLANTA -- Jack Pierce and Kisha Jett came to this year's U.S. Olympic track and field trials with different objectives and widely different perspectives.Nearing the end of his career at the age of 33 and coming off December back surgery, Pierce knew this probably was his last chance to make the Olympic team. Competing in her first trials at age 19, Jett merely wanted to see whether she could race with some of the best sprinters in the world.It turned out to be a disappointing day for both.
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By Sam Davis | December 15, 1990
Two of the Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference's best players met for the second time this season last night, and for the second time Shane Tanzymore's St. Paul's team beat Park and Todd Kerr. But this time, Tanzymore lived up to his billing.Tanzymore, a 6-foot-5 senior center, scored 32 points and grabbed 21 rebounds to lead St. Paul's (7-1, 2-0) to a 70-62 victory over Park (4-2, 1-1).The first time the two teams met in the semifinal of the Lutheran Tournament at Park two weeks ago, Tanzymore was held to 17 points, although the Crusaders won, 56-52.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2001
SAN DIEGO -- For the second time this season, St. Joseph's guard Marvin O'Connor had his name on the lips of every person who watched a game he lost. It happened first on March 3, when he scored 18 points in one minute during a loss to La Salle. The second time came last night, when his team lost to Stanford, 90-83, in the second round of the NCAA West Regional, but even the normally irreverent Stanford band participated in a standing ovation when O'Connor fouled out in the last minute.
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By MILTON KENT | March 31, 2008
Stanford (33-3) vs. Maryland (33-3) What -- Women's NCAA tourna ment Spokane Regional final Site -- Spokane (Wash.) Veterans Memorial Arena Time, TV -- 9:30, ESPN Outlook -- This will mark the sec ond meeting between the two schools. Maryland beat the Cardinal, 82-48, in the first round of the NCAA tournament in 1982. ... Stanford, which won the Pacific-10 regular sea son and the conference tournament, is on a 21-game winning streak. The Cardinal has reached the regional fi nal for the fourth time in five years.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | June 26, 1999
WASHINGTON -- It will be tempting for Washington Mystics fans to look at last night's 72-69 loss to the Houston Comets and see improvement. After all, the Mystics dropped their last two to Houston by a combined 70 points.But the Mystics will no doubt rue the fact that they had the two-time defending champions in a 10-point hole with less than 12 minutes to play and let them slip away before a boisterous MCI Center crowd of 19,458."We have to get over that edge that's been holding us back.
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