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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | April 21, 1996
Jessie Lombardo's teammates on Glenelg's softball team can only imagine how she feels.She is a senior. They are juniors and sophomores."When it's your last chance you feel a little differently. There is no next season," Lombardo said.That is why Wednesday's game against visiting Centennial -- the last time she will face the rival Eagles -- is so important to her."When we play Centennial, I'm probably going to yell a lot," said Lombardo, an all-county third baseman who is batting .414 with 12 hits and nine RBI. "[My teammates]
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September 1, 2010
1. Bryn Mawr Coach: Jeanette Budzik. Last season: 18-3, ranked No.1. Postseason: IAAM A Conference champion. Outlook: The Mawrtians lost strong senior leadership from last season to graduation, but senior Cecilia Depman and juniors Josie George and Hannah Park will keep the young team moving forward. 2. Severna Park Coach: Lil Shelton. Last season: 16-2, No. 2. Postseason: Class 4A state champion. Outlook: The Falcons are pursuing their 20th state championship and appear to have the talent to pull it off. Twelve seniors, led by Madeline Ross, return.
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November 17, 1991
Coach: George Petrie, third yearAssistant coaches: Tom Flaherty,Jake Diviney, Dennis CsensitisLast year's record: 12-13 overall, 4-8 in the Middle Atlantic Conference-Southwest DivisionTop returnees: Seniors -- forwards DaveMcLain and Gordon Lewis, guard Mike Albero, center Scott d'Entremont; junior -- forward Mark Cunningham; sophomores -- forwards Chad Whelan, John Griffin and Mark Semerjian, guards Mike Root and Sean Barrett, center Mark BordenTop newcomers:...
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 5, 2007
On the volleyball court, Broadneck senior Bridgette Smith has seen just about everything. That turned out to be a good thing for the fourth-ranked Bruins last night. Smith's nine digs and 6-for-8 serving performance were impressive enough, but her calming influence on the court pulled the host Bruins out of a funk and led to a 25-22, 25-19, 14-25, 27-25 win over rival and No. 7 Severna Park (6-1, 3-1) in a key Anne Arundel County league game.
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September 1, 1991
CatoctinCougarsCoach: Doug Williams, first yearAssistant coaches: Doug Rine,Paul Dumars, Scott Baker, Doug Baker, Tom Prapodi, Jim CourleyLast year's record: 1-9 overall, 1-8 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic LeagueTop returnees: Seniors, offensive guard/defensive end Bill Adams, defensive end/offensive tackle Matt Sweeney, offensive guard Jimmy Eckenrode, center/inside linebacker Tim Rhodes, running back Greg May, safety/quarterback Greg Savage, split end/defensive...
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By Andrew A. Green and Andrew A. Green,Sun reporter | November 29, 2006
Three Baltimore-area lawmakers will take on new leadership positions when the General Assembly convenes in January, assuring the region a voice in setting the legislature's agenda. Sen. Nathaniel J. McFadden of Baltimore will become Senate president pro tempore, the second in command in that chamber. Sen. Edward J. Kasemeyer, who represents Baltimore and Howard counties, will take McFadden's place as Senate majority leader. And Del. Talmadge Branch of Baltimore will become House majority whip.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 7, 2004
Calvert Hall coach Lou Eckerl went to the mound in the top of the seventh with two outs, the bases loaded and his team up a run. He wasn't looking to change pitchers but was looking for senior leadership. He found it in reliever Sean Rae, as well as a 9-8 victory over nemesis and No. 3 St. Paul's. It was the first meeting between the two who have played in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference final the past two years, with St. Paul's winning twice. Rae, a senior right-hander whose 4 2/3 innings of relief had kept the host and No. 6 Cardinals (6-4, 4-2)
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By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff Writer | September 10, 1992
Even with its top two scorers returning from last year, Key School's boys soccer team doesn't expect a repeat performance of last year.The tiny independent school, situated not far Annapolis' Hillsmere Beach, turned in a 9-3-1 record in 1991 -- its best season in almost a decade.Not only were the Obezags short in numbers, as is the case every year, they were short on time. Key begins its preseason practices a full three weeks after most other schools, leaving it at a slight disadvantage."It's kind of hard starting behind everyone else," said 1991 leading scorer Martin Schnable, a senior striker, who had a team-leading 11 goals and five assists last season.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2003
Maryland won the national title last season with an uncommon blend of virtues: strong senior leadership, dominating inside presence, splendid backcourt, versatile bench and accomplished coaching. What aggregate of skills will capture this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament? The athleticism and balance of Kentucky? The frenetic, fast-break style of Kansas? The withering defense of Oklahoma? The exquisite perimeter game of Arizona? Or none of the above? This is where dreamers come to pinch themselves, schemers work overtime and memories last a lifetime.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | September 13, 2006
It's not that Severna Park football coach J.P. Hines doesn't believe in senior leadership or isn't grateful that he has the experience of 28 seniors on his 47-player roster. It's just that he doesn't think leadership is limited to seniors - nor the best talent, for that matter. "Senior leadership is not really important to me," said Hines, whose 28 seniors are the most he has had on a Falcons team in his nine years as coach. "I have captains who are juniors. I expect leadership from my seniors.
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By Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Tina Susman and Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Tina Susman,LOS ANGELES TIMES | July 3, 2007
BAGHDAD -- A U.S. military spokesman accused Iranian leaders yesterday of using guerrillas from the Lebanese group Hezbollah to train militiamen fighting in Iraq and to organize attacks, including a January ambush that killed five American soldiers. The United States has repeatedly accused the Shiite-led regime in Tehran of aiding Shiite and even Sunni Arab forces opposed to the U.S. occupation of Iraq, charges that Iran has denied. Yesterday's accusations included the added twist of the alleged Hezbollah connection, which Brig.
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By Andrew A. Green and Andrew A. Green,Sun reporter | November 29, 2006
Three Baltimore-area lawmakers will take on new leadership positions when the General Assembly convenes in January, assuring the region a voice in setting the legislature's agenda. Sen. Nathaniel J. McFadden of Baltimore will become Senate president pro tempore, the second in command in that chamber. Sen. Edward J. Kasemeyer, who represents Baltimore and Howard counties, will take McFadden's place as Senate majority leader. And Del. Talmadge Branch of Baltimore will become House majority whip.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | September 13, 2006
It's not that Severna Park football coach J.P. Hines doesn't believe in senior leadership or isn't grateful that he has the experience of 28 seniors on his 47-player roster. It's just that he doesn't think leadership is limited to seniors - nor the best talent, for that matter. "Senior leadership is not really important to me," said Hines, whose 28 seniors are the most he has had on a Falcons team in his nine years as coach. "I have captains who are juniors. I expect leadership from my seniors.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN REPORTER | February 22, 2006
The boys and girls basketball playoffs start Friday and Saturday with first-round games in the regionals. The top four seeds in each region earn first-round byes and won't compete until the quarterfinals. Nothing is guaranteed, as the Arundel girls found out last season when they were stunned by South River in the Class 4A East regional final. South River (17-5) is not ready to surrender its regional title, and No. 13 Old Mill (19-3) also will be a factor as favored as sixth-ranked Arundel (18-4)
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By DAVID STEELE | December 1, 2005
COLLEGE PARK -- OK, so the Maryland men's basketball team and its Top 25 ranking might be legit after all. It didn't seem so obvious even before the trip to Maui last week, but after last night, well - a win in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge can make an impression. This year, it was the right impression. Last season, you'll recall, it was at the ACC/Big Ten Challenge that Maryland's high ranking first became suspect. Yes, that loss was at Wisconsin, which was on a lengthy home win streak, but the way the Terps lost - they drowned in a sea of bad shots and untimely turnovers, and John Gilchrist's train started going off the track - was an omen.
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By David Steele | February 24, 2005
GARY Williams was responding to some of the comments made by his point guard in the heated aftermath of Maryland's latest ugly loss. But he might as well have been talking about the roller coaster ride his players have taken him on all season. "Everybody's got to take responsibility, coaches and players," Williams said from his office last night. "At this level, you know the deal. We had to win [Tuesday night], and we didn't." Maryland had to beat Clemson at home, just as surely as it had to beat Duke at home a week and a half before.
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By David Steele | February 24, 2005
GARY Williams was responding to some of the comments made by his point guard in the heated aftermath of Maryland's latest ugly loss. But he might as well have been talking about the roller coaster ride his players have taken him on all season. "Everybody's got to take responsibility, coaches and players," Williams said from his office last night. "At this level, you know the deal. We had to win [Tuesday night], and we didn't." Maryland had to beat Clemson at home, just as surely as it had to beat Duke at home a week and a half before.
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By Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Tina Susman and Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Tina Susman,LOS ANGELES TIMES | July 3, 2007
BAGHDAD -- A U.S. military spokesman accused Iranian leaders yesterday of using guerrillas from the Lebanese group Hezbollah to train militiamen fighting in Iraq and to organize attacks, including a January ambush that killed five American soldiers. The United States has repeatedly accused the Shiite-led regime in Tehran of aiding Shiite and even Sunni Arab forces opposed to the U.S. occupation of Iraq, charges that Iran has denied. Yesterday's accusations included the added twist of the alleged Hezbollah connection, which Brig.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | September 2, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - For the University of Maryland men's soccer team, which has nine newcomers and will field five new starters this season, sneaking up on teams is no longer an option. That's what happens when you reach the NCAA College Cup semifinals two years straight. But the Terrapins - who open their season tomorrow against Marshall in the Nike Classic at Virginia - is a program that's reloading rather than rebuilding, with the highest of expectations under 12th-year coach Sasho Cirvoski.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 7, 2004
Calvert Hall coach Lou Eckerl went to the mound in the top of the seventh with two outs, the bases loaded and his team up a run. He wasn't looking to change pitchers but was looking for senior leadership. He found it in reliever Sean Rae, as well as a 9-8 victory over nemesis and No. 3 St. Paul's. It was the first meeting between the two who have played in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference final the past two years, with St. Paul's winning twice. Rae, a senior right-hander whose 4 2/3 innings of relief had kept the host and No. 6 Cardinals (6-4, 4-2)
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