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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2013
CHARLOTTE, N.C -- Syracuse forward C.J. Fair said Wednesday that he was "50-50" about leaving school after his junior year and making himself eligible for the NBA draft. "I was going back and forth every day. I was going to go, then I was going to stay," the City alum said Wednesday at the ACC's men's basketball media day. "I made my decision to come back the day of [the deadline]. " Fair said he chose to stay when others, including Maryland's Alex Len, left early. He wanted to improve his game, not necessarily just his draft stock.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2014
At every stop in his young football career, undrafted rookie James Hurst hasn't had much time to settle in before being thrust into a starting role. In both high school and college, it turned out he was ready the moment he walked onto the field, and the Ravens are hoping the same proves true on Sunday when he starts in place of left tackle Eugene Monroe, who underwent knee surgery on Wednesday. "I'm going to use that [knowledge] for confidence and understanding that sure, this is a bigger stage and it's a completely different opportunity, but at the same time, the experience is similar, being a young guy and being thrust in there in a position where you're playing a really good team.
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By NICOLE DUBOWITZ | January 29, 2006
High school seniors like me, who are looking to go to college this fall, are preparing for our moment of truth: The pile of college applications on my desk is toppling over and the February deadlines are days away. How did it come to this? When I entered my high school's double doors on the first day of my senior year in August, I was excited and had much to look forward to - or so I thought. I was one of the oldest and therefore coolest kids in the building. Soon I'd be running onto the field during the pep rally, getting ready for prom, taking graduation pictures - it was going to be a great year.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
Archbishop Spalding has hired Brian Phipps to be its new boys lacrosse coach, the school's athletic director Jeff Parsons announced Monday. Phipps replaces former coach Kenneth "Bear" Davis, who went 25-31 in three seasons before accepting a full-time position with Major League Lacrosse's Ohio Machine. Phipps, a Severn and 2010 Maryland graduate, spent the past two years as an assistant coach at Georgetown University. At Maryland, he was a four-year starter in goal and earned All-American honors as a senior.
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By Bonita Formwalt and Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 29, 1996
"It's official. With the final payment on the cap and gown, we haven't any money left."My friend shared this information with a note of awe in her voice.Easing her toward the living room, I murmured words of sympathy."Stop that!" she cried. "You don't have a clue what awaits you. Your child isn't a. " She choked on the word "senior.""First, it's senior pictures. Photos so poor you question the DNA evidence that this could be your child. Then it's SATs -- payment for the privilege of proving your child's career goals are best suited for refilling a Slurpee machine."
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff writer | November 29, 1992
Brad Fordyce believes a player's senior year should be his best one.A two-way starter in football, he backed this thinking with action in helping C. Milton Wright to its third straight unbeaten regular season.In the process, his work earned him the honor of The Baltimore Sun's Harford County Football Player of the Year.That work included leading the county in tackles and finishing among the leaders in pass receiving. For 10 games, the 6-foot, 185-pound player had 203 defensive hits, including 103 solo tackles, and caught 16 passes for a county-high 393 yards and four touchdowns.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | September 26, 2002
One way or another, Ben Whitacre was determined to get his kicks in college. In either style of football, the European kind Americans call soccer or on the gridiron, Whitacre was passionately devoted to the goal of playing a Division I sport. Early on in his high school career, soccer appeared the favorite. Slightly built physically, he had the aim to join the midfield at the University of Virginia - and that did not mean the 50-yard line. But times changed when he began performing for the more publicized Sherando (Va.)
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By JACQUES KELLY and JACQUES KELLY,SUN REPORTER | January 25, 2006
Dwight Alton Dodge Jr., a retired fuel company manager and businessman who had been a student leader in his years at Parkville High School, died of a cerebral aneurysm Thursday at Cumberland Memorial Hospital. The former Pasadena resident was 58. Born in Baltimore and raised in Baynesville, he was a 1965 graduate of Parkville Senior High School, where he had varsity letters in tennis and soccer. He was elected vice president of the school's student council and in his senior year was elected president of the Maryland Association of Student Councils.
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May 23, 2012
I find it incredible that Joe Seivold, touted by Sports Illustrated magazine in 1958 as "possibly the greatest lacrosse player to ever play the game," was not included in your list of the 175 top Maryland athletes ("The top 175," May 17). Seivold began his illustrious career in lacrosse at Friends School, where he was selected All-Maryland at midfield in 1953 and 1954. In 1954, during his senior year at Friends, he was a member of the Maryland Scholastic Association Championship Team.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff writer | September 15, 1991
Jim Hyson had just 18 teammates on the varsity football team during his senior year at Francis Scott Key High in 1977.A state heavyweight wrestling champion and state discus and shot put champ in track and field his senior year, the Union Bridge native was content with following in older brother Bill's footsteps by attending Frostburg State -- hoping to play all three sports.Things didn't quite work out that way. Hyson got the opportunity -- and took advantage of it -- to play Division I football at the University of Virginia.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
Trayvon Reed, the 7-foot-1 center who was not allowed to enroll at Maryland after his arrest outside a College Park convenience store last month, has committed to play at Auburn, according to multiple media reports. Reed, who was set to become part of a top-10 recruiting class that will be the Terps' first in the Big Ten Conference, was arrested July 30 for theft, resisting arrest and second-degree assault after an incident with an undercover police officer. Because the officer suffered two broken fingers in the altercation, one of Reed's two assault charges is considered a felony.
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By Jon Meoli, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2014
Thinking ahead isn't an option for an undrafted free agent in training camp, especially one competing with a veteran for a team's sole punting job. Ravens undrafted rookie punter Richie Leone began working toward an NFL punting job in college. He kicked and played quarterback at Roswell High in Georgia, and while at the University of Houston began a pro-style training regimen under a former NFL special teams coach. So if he can't unseat incumbent punter Sam Koch during the preseason, Leone will have an even more refined left foot to take elsewhere in search of an NFL role.
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The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2014
C.J. Fair wasn't selected in last month's NBA draft, but the Baltimore native and former Syracuse star has started to make at least something of an impression in the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. Fair made the highlights with his dunk over Bruno Caboclo on Monday . Through three games playing for the Dallas Mavericks' summer league team, Fair is averaging 4 points and 2.3 rebounds in 13.7 minutes per game. The 6-foot-8 forward who played at City  had been expected to hear his name called on draft night  after averaging 16.5 points and 6.4 rebounds in his senior year with Syracuse.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2014
Catholic senior distance runner Ellie Gonzalez didn't slow down for a minute this year as she completed a fine four-year career in cross country and track. Boys' Latin senior lacrosse standout Shack Stanwick also proved to be a step ahead of the rest in leading the No. 1 Lakers to an undefeated season and, in the process, shattering the storied program's record book. On Wednesday, Gonzalez and Stanwick were recognized for their fine accomplishments this year by being named The Baltimore Sun's Female and Male High School Athletes of the Year at the 48th annual awards luncheon at the newspaper's downtown headquarters.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | May 1, 2014
The McCormick Unsung Heroes Awards Banquet holds a special place in Poly girls basketball coach Kendall Peace-Able's heart. Not only has she been to the banquet 11 times as a coach with her team's nominee, but in her senior year at Poly, Peace-Able was a candidate for the award that honors unsung heroes on football and girls basketball teams from Baltimore City and Baltimore County public, private and parochial high schools. "It's their shining moment," Peace-Able said.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2014
St. Mary's girls lacrosse coach Kate Hickman said the veterans on her team have just had enough of losing. After two years without a win in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference, the Saints are off to a 3-0 start, an opening run that may surprise some but not Hickman, a former All-Metro midfielder at Severna Park. The second-year coach saw the transition beginning last year. "The first half of the season was about me realizing that the mentality that was the product of years of losing was something I had to address before I could even start addressing the other issues on the field," said Hickman, who had come from a powerhouse Severna Park program where players always took the field expecting to win. Even though the Saints finished 2-13 last year without a conference win, they got a whole lot better as the season went on. They lost their first five conference games by a margin of 11.4 goals.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | July 17, 1991
BOWIE -- Playing three seasons of basketball in a city where battling the odds is a way of life, Nevada-Las Vegas guard Anderson Hunt said he knew quitting college a year early to test himself in the professional ranks was a big-time gamble.Some say Hunt already lost the roll of the dice after failing to be selected in the NBA draft last month. The other four UNLV starters -- Larry Johnson (No. 1), Stacy Augmon (9), Greg Anthony (12) and George Ackles (29), all seniors -- were chosen.Hunt's college coach, Jerry Tarkanian, said he doubted the wisdom of Hunt's decision.
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By From Staff Reports | December 23, 1992
UMBC women's basketball player Tanissa Dorsey withdre from the university for personal reasons yesterday, the school announced.A 5-6 guard, Dorsey played in four of the Retrievers' five games, averaging 3.8 points and 1.8 rebounds. She was one of five freshmen on the team.A graduate of Glenelg High, where she was a first-team All-Metro selection by The Baltimore Sun her senior year, Dorsey was added to the UMBC roster last summer.
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By Katherine Dunn | February 6, 2014
North Carolina senior Brittney Coppa will miss this season after tearing the ACL in her left knee during a scrimmage against the U.S. national team in Florida Jan. 26. The North Carroll graduate plans to have surgery in a couple weeks, Tar Heels coach Jenny Levy said, but hasn't decided whether she will redshirt. A third-team All-American, Coppa was expected to be a key component in an otherwise young midfield that has to replace Tewaaraton Award finalist Kara Cannizzaro and Emily Garrity.
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Sports Digest | January 20, 2014
MISL Blast falls to Syracuse, 9-8, on last-minute goal Bo Jelovac scored with 58 seconds remaining, helping the host Syracuse Silver Knights defeat the Blast, 9-8, on Sunday and end its seven-game Major Indoor Soccer League winning streak. The Blast (8-3) dropped to one game behind the first-place Milwaukee Wave (9-2), while third-place Syracuse improved to 8-4 heading into its rematch at Baltimore Arena on Friday night. The winning goal came after the Silver Knights, with an extra attacker on the field, won a free kick at the edge of the Blast's area.
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