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September 28, 2008
21 Shots on goal the Fallston boys soccer team had in a 4-0 shutout of North Harford last week. 38 Points the Edgewood football team has allowed in its first three games. Despite that 12.7 points-per-game average, the Rams were just 1-2 entering the weekend.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2014
Among the issues that caught the attention of Towson coach Shawn Nadelen while reviewing Saturday's 9-7 loss to Colonial Athletic Association rival Hofstra, perhaps the most glaring was the offense's shooting woes. Of the 29 shots the team took, only 10 were on goal. That meant that Pride junior goalkeeper Chris Selva needed to make just three saves. “Not putting the ball on goal is a big issue,” Nadelen said Thursday morning. “When you can generate shots, you need to put them on cage to give yourself a chance to score.
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November 9, 1998
Blues: St. Louis is unbeaten in its past five games.Canadiens: Montreal's power play produced four goals in its last game.Flyers: Philadelphia is winless in its past five games.Mighty Ducks: Anaheim had its second home sellout crowd of the season and first since the home opener. Paul Kariya leads the NHL with 72 shots on goal.Pub Date: 11/09/98
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | October 23, 2012
At game's end, Kyle Kauffman scooped up the soccer ball at his feet at midfield, trotted over to the grandstand and, with a stage actor's aplomb, bowed to the crowd. Five hundred people, including Kauffman's parents, stood and cheered the college senior, who had fought through a lifelong neurological and physical disability - cerebral palsy - to play 18 long minutes in Stevenson's 2-0 victory over visiting Hood (3-10-2, 0-8 Middle Atlantic Conference) on Tuesday night. "This is something I will always remember," Kauffman said.
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November 18, 1997
Severna Park's Krista Bowerman was incorrectly identified in a photo that appeared in Metro Athletes of the Week in Tuesday's editions.The Sun regrets the error.Krista BowermanSeverna Park Field hockeyThe senior led the Falcons to a 3-0 win over No. 1 Westminster, ending the Owls' 32-game winning streak in the state Class 4A championship game. She anchored the defense, which held the Owls to two shots on goal.
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By From Staff Reports | May 21, 1994
PHILADELPHIA -- Steve Wink, Steve Thomas and Justin Ceccareli each scored a goal, helping the Philadelphia Freedom to a 3-0 victory over the Baltimore Bays in a U.S. Interregionall Soccer League game last night.The Bays (1-4), playing their for the first time since May 7, had 10 shots on goal. Philadelphia (2-4) had 14 opportunities.At the 25-minute mark of the first half, Wink converted a pass from Paul Moylan into a score.
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By Brandon Hopp and Brandon Hopp,Sun reporter | September 6, 2007
No. 3 Fallston opened the field hockey season yesterday with a 4-0 victory at home over Mount Hebron. Rachel Cooke, Caitlin Walker, Katie Conner and Krissy Fusco each scored a goal, with Cooke adding an assist. "We passed the ball well and did a good job finishing," coach Alice Puckett said. "The defense played well, Kelsey Heckler and Roxy Raab had exceptional games." The Cougars went 16-2 and won the Upper Chesapeake Bay Conference championship last season. Girls soccer No. 10 Fallston 6, No. 8 Mount Hebron 1 -- Amanda Ballard and Monica Fisher each scored two goals as the Cougars (1-0)
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By Joe Jansen and Joe Jansen,Special to The Sun | January 5, 1991
DALLAS -- Relief abounded in the Baltimore Blast dressing room last night.Domenic Mobilio doesn't have to worry about scoring career goal No. 100 anymore. Goalkeeper Scott Manning can recover from shellshock. The Blast players know they can still win in Reunion Arena.Mobilio scored his 100th career goal, Billy Ronson added two and Manning made 25 saves, as Baltimore escaped with a 6-5 victory over Dallas before a crowd of 7,579.The Blast nearly blew a 6-2, second-half lead, but held on to lift its record to 12-11.
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By Craig Amoss and Craig Amoss,Contributing writer | September 22, 1991
Joppatowne's Thori Staples didn't even need the entire second half of Thursday's soccer game against Aberdeen to score four times."I don't think I ever scored four goals in one half," the senior forwardsaid. "I think I did score four in a game once."Staples' feat fueled Joppatowne's rout of visiting Aberdeen, 7-1,and was typical of how the powerful, more experienced Mariners controlled the game against Aberdeen.They attempted 43 shots on goal to Aberdeen's four, and more importantly, forced the Eagles to play much of the game in theirown half of the field.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2004
A tie in soccer can be taken a number of different ways. Some teams leave the field satisfied, some feel fortunate, some believe they deserved better and so on. After No. 9 Century and host Westminster played 100 goal-free minutes yesterday -- 80 minutes of regulation plus two 10-minute overtime periods -- both teams left disappointed, albeit for different reasons. It was Westminster -- which had a 10-5 advantage in shots on goal -- that spent much more time with the ball, having a couple of just-a-matter-of-time stretches, though it was unable to break through.
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Sports Digest | September 10, 2012
Et cetera No. 3 Maryland routs Dartmouth in field hockey, 6-0 Junior Ali McEvoy 's first career hat trick helped lead the No. 3 Maryland field hockey team to a 6-0 win over visiting Dartmouth (1-3) in the final game of the Terrapin Invitational. The Terps (5-1) outshot Dartmouth 34-5 and had 17 penalty corners to the Big Green's one. Senior Megan Frazer added two goals, and freshman Sarah Sprink had one. Maryland was without sophomores Katie Gerzabek and Maxine Fluharty , who are in Guadalajara, Mexico, with the U.S. under-21 team for the Junior Pan American Games over the next two weeks.
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By From Sun news services | October 14, 2008
Bettman: NHL growing despite declining economy HOCKEY The NHL is "still in growth mode" despite the economic downturn, commissioner Gary Bettman said yesterday, noting that ticket sales have increased this season. "We're acutely aware of what's going on out there, but it hasn't yet impacted us," Bettman said before attending last night's game between the Washington Capitals and Vancouver Canucks. "I have no doubt that, over time, if it's long enough and bad enough, it will have some impact, but based on what we're seeing right now, our business seems to be strong."
NEWS
September 28, 2008
21 Shots on goal the Fallston boys soccer team had in a 4-0 shutout of North Harford last week. 38 Points the Edgewood football team has allowed in its first three games. Despite that 12.7 points-per-game average, the Rams were just 1-2 entering the weekend.
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By Brandon Hopp and Brandon Hopp,Sun reporter | September 6, 2007
No. 3 Fallston opened the field hockey season yesterday with a 4-0 victory at home over Mount Hebron. Rachel Cooke, Caitlin Walker, Katie Conner and Krissy Fusco each scored a goal, with Cooke adding an assist. "We passed the ball well and did a good job finishing," coach Alice Puckett said. "The defense played well, Kelsey Heckler and Roxy Raab had exceptional games." The Cougars went 16-2 and won the Upper Chesapeake Bay Conference championship last season. Girls soccer No. 10 Fallston 6, No. 8 Mount Hebron 1 -- Amanda Ballard and Monica Fisher each scored two goals as the Cougars (1-0)
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By MIKE PRESTON | May 27, 2007
Duke's Zack Greer plays on the crease like a power forward plays in the paint in the NBA. An assortment of moves allows him to get free inside, or he can simply outmuscle you. There is enough speed where he can take you to the goal from the outside, but his game is trading elbows and bumping and grinding on the inside. In three seasons, Greer has become lacrosse's top finisher, and yesterday his goal with three seconds remaining gave Duke a 12-11 victory over Cornell in an NCAA Division I men's semifinal game at M&T Bank Stadium.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 7, 2006
Centennial gave coach Katie Marks an early birthday present with a complete effort in a surprisingly easy 10-3 victory over No. 14 Glenelg in a Howard County game last night. Centennial (4-2, 3-1) controlled the ball for very long stretches on offense and shut down the defending Class 2A-1A state champions with an aggressive defense that limited host Glenelg to just six shots on goal. "We tried to really use the strategy of working hard on defense and being patient on offense," Marks, whose birthday is tomorrow, said.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 28, 2003
COLLEGE PARK -- The No. 1 Maryland men's soccer team recorded the 500th win in program history with a hard-fought, 1-0 victory over No. 16 Wake Forest last night at Ludwig Field. Sumed Ibrahim scored the game-winner at 27:28 when Ian Rodway skipped a pass to him from the middle of the field to the left corner of the box. Sumed got the difficult shot past Wake goalkeeper William Hesmer. It was Sumed's third goal in two games. The Terps were able to make that lead stand up with some great play by goalie Noah Palmer.
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By Bob Foltman and Bob Foltman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 30, 2003
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - After the second period of last night's Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals, in which Anaheim managed as many shots on goal as the New Jersey Devils scored, Mighty Ducks center Adam Oates said his team just had to keep playing its game. Considering the way the Ducks' game has gone so far in the series, that could have everyone home by Tuesday, after the Devils complete a four-game sweep for their third NHL title in nine seasons. New Jersey took a commanding 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series with a second consecutive convincing 3-0 win. The series moves to Anaheim for Game 3 tomorrow night.
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By ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS | February 13, 2006
TURIN, Italy -- Natalie Darwitz skated over, around and through three members of the German team. She left them dizzy as she dipsy-doodled past. The crowd roared. Players on both benches stood up. And then Darwitz shot the puck into the goalie's pad. This has happened to the U.S. women's hockey team far too often over its first two games. The women are creating dozens upon dozens of scoring chances. Yet they aren't finishing off the plays. That might be OK against Switzerland and Germany, but it won't play against the Canadians when the impending showdown occurs.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2004
A tie in soccer can be taken a number of different ways. Some teams leave the field satisfied, some feel fortunate, some believe they deserved better and so on. After No. 9 Century and host Westminster played 100 goal-free minutes yesterday -- 80 minutes of regulation plus two 10-minute overtime periods -- both teams left disappointed, albeit for different reasons. It was Westminster -- which had a 10-5 advantage in shots on goal -- that spent much more time with the ball, having a couple of just-a-matter-of-time stretches, though it was unable to break through.
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