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July 11, 1998
Yankees: Chad Curtis, making his 23rd start in center field for New York in place of the injured Bernie Williams, batted cleanup for the first time because he began the night with a .406 career average against Wilson Alvarez. He went 0-for-3 against the Devil Rays starter.Devil Rays: The inside-the-park homer by Dave Martinez was the first against the Yankees since Aug. 8, 1996, when Minnesota's Roberto Kelly hit one off Dwight Gooden at the Metrodome.Twins: Otis Nixon has 575 career steals and needs five to tie Ozzie Smith for 19th place on the career list.
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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 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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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 9, 1997
Lindsey Lowman scored 14 of her game-high 19 points in the second half to lead host Southern of Harwood to a 46-37 victory over South River in last night's 2A East region final.Lowman, who turned an ankle and went down, left the floor with about two minutes to go in the first half to get help from the team doctor. It was surprising to see the senior guard come out for the second half.Southern (13-10) had just finished a horrendous second period in which it hit only one (a three by Alicia Groveston)
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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 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 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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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | June 19, 1997
This month, William L. Snyder Sr. got a second chance to prove that he did not kill his wife, Frances, on Valentine's Day 1986 outside their Relay home.He lost Tuesday evening when he was convicted -- for the second time -- of first-degree murder in his second jury trial in Baltimore County Circuit Court.After three hours of deliberation, the jury convicted Snyder, 54, of beating his wife of 24 years to death in the couple's driveway in the 1800 block of Clark Blvd. and dragging her body into a wooded culvert nearby.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | September 2, 1999
Searching for a place on the Orioles bench, Cal Ripken asked innocently, "Do you want me to sit up?"And because he could do just that without a wince or a trace of exaggerated effort, Ripken extended the best answer possible even before he fielded questions before last night's 3-1 win over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays before 37,009 at Camden Yards.Exactly one month and 27 games after landing on the disabled list for the second time this season -- which meant the second time of his 19-year career -- Ripken resumed his chase of something positive within an overcast season.
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