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May 3, 2005
On Sunday, May 1, 2005, MARJORIE AILEEN SELMER, of Glen Burnie, MD, loving mother of Michael Selmer (Kathleen), Mark Selmer (Janice), and Matthew Selmer (Darlene). Also survived by 13 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, four sisters, Wilma Foster, Doris Holland, Eleanor Wyatt and Beverly Goebel, and one brother Donald "Sonny" Carlisle. Relatives and friends may call at the ROBERT E. EVANS FUNERAL HOME, Rte 450 & Race Track Road, on Wednesday, May 4 from 10 A.M. until time of service at 11 A.M. Interment private.
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By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,SUN REPORTER | October 13, 2006
Officials from the Maryland Office of Safety and Health were investigating yesterday the death of an electrician who was killed while working at a downtown office building. Michael Hembree, 35, of Clinton was installing a light switch Wednesday shortly after 10 p.m. in an office building at 7 St. Paul St. when something went wrong, according to Matt Selmer, his business partner. A person working with him "heard the sound of an electrical pop," according Officer Nicole Monroe, a Baltimore police spokeswoman.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | June 1, 2005
Mike Selmer has had some very good springs. Three years ago, Selmer and the Glenelg girls track and field program captured only the school's second Class 2A state crown and first since 1993. In 2003, the Gladiators recorded top-five showings in the state, Class 2A West regional and Howard County championships. Last May, Glenelg claimed the Class 2A South regional title before placing third in the state meet. And this past month, the Gladiators finished second in the regional meet and fourth in the county championships.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | June 1, 2005
Mike Selmer has had some very good springs. Three years ago, Selmer and the Glenelg girls track and field program captured only the school's second Class 2A state crown and first since 1993. In 2003, the Gladiators recorded top-five showings in the state, Class 2A West regional and Howard County championships. Last May, Glenelg claimed the Class 2A South regional title before placing third in the state meet. And this past month, the Gladiators finished second in the regional meet and fourth in the county championships.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 15, 2002
Confusion at the inaugural Montgomery Invitational indoor track meet cost Glenelg's Carrie Selmer her chance at beating much-heralded Dulaney miler Tenke Zoltani Saturday at the Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex. Selmer was trailing the leaders by 25 meters when the bell sounded for the final lap and the lap counter shouted one lap to go. "I thought there were two laps left," she said. "It's not that hard to count to eight." Not sure what to do, she decided to make her big move and ripped to a 30-meter lead at the finish line when people shouted to her that there was one more lap to go. "My body just kind of shut down at that point," she said.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 15, 2001
Shane Stroup took Izudin Mehmedovic out of his race plan. Stroup, a senior for River Hill, surged past Mehmedovic, a senior at Oakland Mills, in the final 10th-mile to capture the boys division of the 3.1-mile Howard County Striders Invitational at Centennial yesterday. Stroup's time of 16 minutes, 32.95 seconds powered the fifth-ranked Hawks to a mild upset of No. 3-ranked Mount Hebron, which finished 12 points behind River Hill in the team competition. Mount Hebron sophomore Darya Fakory placed second to Glenelg senior Carrie Selmer in the girls race, but Fakory's Vikings edged out Selmer's Gladiators by 11 points to win the team title.
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January 15, 2002
Confusion at the inaugural Montgomery Invitational indoor track meet cost Glenelg's Carrie Selmer her chance at beating Dulaney miler Tenke Zoltani Saturday at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Center. Selmer was trailing the leaders by 25 meters when the bell sounded for the final lap and the lap counter shouted one lap to go. "I thought there were two laps left," she said. "It's not that hard to count to eight." Not sure what to do, she decided to make her big move and ripped to a 30-meter lead at the finish line when people shouted to her that there was one more lap to go. "My body just kind of shut down at that point," she said.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2001
Mount Hebron won its first Howard County championship in boys cross country at Centennial yesterday despite a course-record performance by River Hill's Shane Stroup, who was pushed by defending county champion Izudin Mehmedovic of Oakland Mills. The Vikings also won their third girls team title despite first-year sensation Melissa McCarthy's loss to Glenelg's Carrie Selmer in the final 300 yards. The Mount Hebron sweep of team titles ended River Hill's streak of having won the last three boys and girls team championships.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 5, 2002
LANHAM - Carrie Selmer won the 500, 800 and 1,600 meters to lead the Glenelg girls indoor track and field team to first place in the Anne Arundel/Howard Challenge Meet at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Center yesterday. Oakland Mills' Chris Barksdale won the 300, finished second in the 55 and ran the anchor on the winning 800 and 1,600 relays as his Scorpions outpointed runner-up Annapolis, 87-73.5. Selmer set a personal indoor best in the 1,600 with a time of 5 minutes, 25.8 seconds.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 20, 2005
Early during her junior year, Fallston's Alyssa Evering had considered applying to colleges such as Maryland and North Carolina to find a career. But after winning Class 3A titles in the 100- and 200-meter dashes at the outdoor track and field state meet last spring, Evering enjoyed a role reversal. Colleges began calling her. Evering took a scholarship from the University of Connecticut, which beat out Maryland, North Carolina, Florida State, North Carolina State and Notre Dame for the senior sprinter's services.
NEWS
May 3, 2005
On Sunday, May 1, 2005, MARJORIE AILEEN SELMER, of Glen Burnie, MD, loving mother of Michael Selmer (Kathleen), Mark Selmer (Janice), and Matthew Selmer (Darlene). Also survived by 13 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, four sisters, Wilma Foster, Doris Holland, Eleanor Wyatt and Beverly Goebel, and one brother Donald "Sonny" Carlisle. Relatives and friends may call at the ROBERT E. EVANS FUNERAL HOME, Rte 450 & Race Track Road, on Wednesday, May 4 from 10 A.M. until time of service at 11 A.M. Interment private.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 20, 2005
Early during her junior year, Fallston's Alyssa Evering had considered applying to colleges such as Maryland and North Carolina to find a career. But after winning Class 3A titles in the 100- and 200-meter dashes at the outdoor track and field state meet last spring, Evering enjoyed a role reversal. Colleges began calling her. Evering took a scholarship from the University of Connecticut, which beat out Maryland, North Carolina, Florida State, North Carolina State and Notre Dame for the senior sprinter's services.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 28, 2004
Joe Benedetti couldn't be happier at the plate these days for the Catholic University baseball team as the former Hammond High standout has watched his batting average climb to .368. Teammate Jason Funk from Archbishop Spalding is clearly disappointed as he explains why his average has dipped more than 40 points to .330. Benedetti, a sophomore right fielder, said the secret to his recent surge has been "relaxing at the plate" and "enjoying the closeness" of the Division III Cardinals, who are about to close a slightly disappointing season in the Capital Athletic Conference (5-5 in league, 25-14-1 overall)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 23, 2002
Shane Stroup was supposed to spend this fall adapting to college life and the rigors of a big-time cross country program at the University of Florida. "The plan this season in cross country is for Shane to get his feet wet and prepare for track [indoor and outdoor]," first-year Gators coach Jeff Pigg said yesterday. "I want him to travel with the team and not get hurt. Next year, he should be ready to have an impact on our cross country team." But there has never been anything subtle about Stroup's decorated cross country or track career.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 26, 2002
Entering the final day of the Class 2A state track and field meet at UMBC, Glenelg girls coach Mike Selmer felt his team had a chance at the title if all went according to plan. Yesterday, the Gladiators followed their script to a tee in claiming their first state crown since 1993. Glenelg finished with 64 points, with Central second (60), Hammond third (50) and Atholton fourth (48). It also was a victorious day for Southern of Anne Arundel County, which scored 69 points in the 100, 200, 300 hurdles, triple jump, 400 relay, 400, 110 hurdles and 1,600 relay, in rolling to their first boys team victory.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 19, 2002
LANDOVER -- Izudin Mehmedovic won three individual gold medals to anchor a fourth straight indoor track and field Class 2A-1A state championship for Oakland Mills yesterday at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex. Despite the distracting news that this would be coach Sam Singleton's last indoor meet at Oakland Mills, the Scorpions scored an 88 1/2 -35 win over runner-up Middletown of Frederick County. Singleton is taking a job as football and track coach at Reservoir High, which opens in August The Scorpions, seven-time state champs and seven-time state runners-up, were so dominant that they beat the combined score of the second-, third- and fourth-place finishers even though a dropped baton cost them a victory and 10 points in the 800-meter relay.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2001
Shortly after sunrise, five days a week this past summer, Carrie Selmer and her Glenelg cross country teammates ran. They ran in the heat. They ran in the rain. As the girls team captain for the second year, Selmer helped to plan the runs with boys captain Jake Hartman. She led the warm-ups and the cool-downs, taking her captain's position seriously. That's the type of runner Selmer is -- serious. She would say determined. Such determination, combined with a good mix of speed and endurance and a trademark kick at the end of races, propelled her to the state Class 1A title last season.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 5, 1999
Glenelg's girls took five of the first six places and easily beat Oakland Mills (53) and Brunswick (56) with its 19-point tally, taking the Class 1A Central championship at Herring Run yesterday.Carrie Selmer of the victors and Danielle Stoddart of Oakland Mills dogged each other, Selmer prevailing by two seconds in 20: 42.Glenelg's Jon Goldsmith (17: 06) and Brian Selmer (17: 29) went 1-2 in the boys race, but the Scorpions won the team title, 30-45.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2002
Surreal. That's the best description of what happened at Tuesday's Class 2A-1A Central Regional track and field championships at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, where Glenelg defeated Atholton for the girls title, 110-92. Carrie Selmer of Glenelg and Lindsay Grigoriev of Atholton, the top point scorers for their respective teams, both missed the state qualifier, and neither girl can compete in her individual events at the state championships on Feb. 18. Upon learning they had won the regional title, the Glenelg girls called Selmer, a senior team captain, to relay the news.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 8, 2002
North Carroll didn't have to look far to find its new athletic director. On Tuesday, the school named Troy Warehime, a 1983 North Carroll graduate and 14-year coach at the Hampstead school, to succeed Bill Rumbaugh, who is leaving to become the inaugural AD at Winters Mill. "I'm very lucky that Bill is going to be here for the rest of the school year, so that I can learn from him," said Warehime, who coaches freshman basketball and JV baseball. Warehime, 36, had applied for the job five years ago, when Rumbaugh was hired.
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