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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | April 28, 2001
Laura Siler's bat proved to be as equally adept as her arm. The C. Milton Wright senior struck out eight Fallston batters and gave up just three singles to propel the No. 12-ranked Mustangs to a critical 4-0 Harford County softball victory in Bel Air yesterday. C. Milton Wright, the four-time defending Harford County champion, improved to 12-4 overall and 11-2 in the county and is a half-game ahead of the visiting Cougars (10-3 overall and 10-2 county) in the race for a county title. Siler (11-3)
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By Richard Seven and Richard Seven,McClatchy-Tribune | September 22, 2006
Not long after she qualified in her age group for the Alcatraz Triathlon last year, Lori Sabado reinjured her troublesome ankle - while cleaning the kitchen. Sabado is in great shape at 50 and understands how the body works, hurts and heals. She supervises physical therapy at the University of Washington Sports Medicine Clinic. So while embarrassing and requiring surgery, the injury was a teachable moment: She was not 27 anymore. Another lesson: You can get sore or even injured doing those daily chores.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | April 17, 1997
A "battered battery" of Melanie Siler and Heather Ruleau overcame base-running collisions to lead C. Milton Wright (9-2, 2-0) to a 9-1 Harford County League triumph over visiting Bel Air (6-2, 0-1) yesterday.In the first three innings, the home team gave Siler, a junior right-hander, all the runs she needed. A hit batter, a sacrifice bunt by Emily Marcheski, and a throwing error led to a run in the first, and Angie Byrd singled home a run in the third.Wright then made sure of the decision with four runs in the fourth, highlighted by Siler's two-run double, and a solo homer by Ruleau, her second in two days and third of the season.
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By ERROL A. COCKFIELD JR. and ERROL A. COCKFIELD JR.,NEWSDAY | October 4, 2005
LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. -- When the tour boat tipped over and flung Jean Siler into the lake, she swam to the surface, breathed, and watched a bitter scene as friends fumbled about, screamed and clung to the sinking craft. Somehow, after a wake upended the 40-foot Ethan Allen, Siler, 76, drew enough strength to tread for what seemed like 15 minutes, and even hold onto her purse, until a boater roped her and five others to safety. Shocked, she went numb. "I couldn't stop trembling," Siler, of Trenton, Mich.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | April 3, 2001
Big defensive plays and a four-hitter by All-Metro second-team pitcher Laura Siler gave No. 9 C. Milton Wright a 6-3 victory over Fallston yesterday in a key Harford County softball league game. But the Mustangs (5-0 overall and league) also got some help from the host Cougars (3-2, 3-1), who committed six errors - all but one of them costly. "They had six runs and only one was earned," said Fallston coach Wendy Selznick. "That says a lot about this game." The defending county champion Mustangs took the lead for good in the top of the third inning when designated hitter Stacie McNamee doubled in Julie Weiss.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 31, 2000
C.M. Wright coach Joe Dunch was concerned about how long ace starter Laura Siler could go yesterday against Bel Air after throwing the day before for the first time after a car accident last Saturday. Siler eased Dunch's fears as well as helping the No. 13 Mustangs quiet host Bel Air, 12-1, in a Harford County contest to remain unbeaten in three outings. C.M. Wright put three runs across in the opening inning against the Bobcats (2-2), then added five more in the third and four in the fifth to conclude the match in five innings.
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By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 12, 1998
For the better part of her high school career, Melanie Siler has taken C. Milton Wright back in time.Not since Sonya Wilmoth (1981-84) and Kathy Mohr (1986-87), who combined for six regional and two state championships, have the Mustangs seen a pitcher as dominant as Siler.While Siler has never pitched past a regional final, her unquestionable ability has sparkled, making her not only one the area's top hurlers but also one the best in school history.Siler's 392 career strikeouts through Thursday are 25 shy of the school record, and she ranks second all-time at Wright in career victories with 47. Her 94 career walks is the school-best over four years, and Siler's earned run average (0.63)
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By Mark Guidera and Kate Shatzkin and Mark Guidera and Kate Shatzkin,Sun Staff Writers | August 26, 1994
A man who broke out of the Patuxent Institution in Jessup last week was arrested in West Palm Beach, Fla. Wednesday after robbing two banks by threatening to blow them up with a device that looked like a bomb.Kevin Siler, 31, who escaped last Wednesday from the maximum security prison, was arrested by West Palm Beach police after they pulled over a stolen car in a residential area, said Sgt. John English, a spokesman for the West Palm Beach police.Driving the brown 1982 Cadillac, was Siler's cousin, Lamont Randall, 35, of Riviera Beach, a community just north of West Palm Beach.
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By Mark Guidera and Mark Guidera,Sun Staff Writer | August 19, 1994
The director of the Patuxent Institution has launched an investigation aided by the state police to determine how an inmate got his hands on the tools to cut through steel bars and a security fence, and why the escape Wednesday went unnoticed by corrections officers."
NEWS
By Mark Guidera and Mark Guidera,Sun Staff Writer | August 24, 1994
Two correctional officers at the Patuxent Institution in Jessup have been suspended as officials continue an investigation of the escape of an inmate from the maximum security prison last week."
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | February 21, 2003
There was actually a time when being public enemy No. 1 in Harford County wrestling gyms bothered Gary Siler. Now, the Harford Tech coach accepts the attention as the sincerest form of flattery. "When we were at the bottom, people were making fun of us. But now, we're on top and everybody wants to be us," Siler said. "I've always said that when you're at the top, you're under the microscope. When you're at the bottom, nobody cares." Almost everybody seems to care or have an opinion about the Cobras these days.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | April 28, 2001
Laura Siler's bat proved to be as equally adept as her arm. The C. Milton Wright senior struck out eight Fallston batters and gave up just three singles to propel the No. 12-ranked Mustangs to a critical 4-0 Harford County softball victory in Bel Air yesterday. C. Milton Wright, the four-time defending Harford County champion, improved to 12-4 overall and 11-2 in the county and is a half-game ahead of the visiting Cougars (10-3 overall and 10-2 county) in the race for a county title. Siler (11-3)
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | April 3, 2001
Big defensive plays and a four-hitter by All-Metro second-team pitcher Laura Siler gave No. 9 C. Milton Wright a 6-3 victory over Fallston yesterday in a key Harford County softball league game. But the Mustangs (5-0 overall and league) also got some help from the host Cougars (3-2, 3-1), who committed six errors - all but one of them costly. "They had six runs and only one was earned," said Fallston coach Wendy Selznick. "That says a lot about this game." The defending county champion Mustangs took the lead for good in the top of the third inning when designated hitter Stacie McNamee doubled in Julie Weiss.
SPORTS
By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 31, 2000
C.M. Wright coach Joe Dunch was concerned about how long ace starter Laura Siler could go yesterday against Bel Air after throwing the day before for the first time after a car accident last Saturday. Siler eased Dunch's fears as well as helping the No. 13 Mustangs quiet host Bel Air, 12-1, in a Harford County contest to remain unbeaten in three outings. C.M. Wright put three runs across in the opening inning against the Bobcats (2-2), then added five more in the third and four in the fifth to conclude the match in five innings.
SPORTS
By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 12, 1998
For the better part of her high school career, Melanie Siler has taken C. Milton Wright back in time.Not since Sonya Wilmoth (1981-84) and Kathy Mohr (1986-87), who combined for six regional and two state championships, have the Mustangs seen a pitcher as dominant as Siler.While Siler has never pitched past a regional final, her unquestionable ability has sparkled, making her not only one the area's top hurlers but also one the best in school history.Siler's 392 career strikeouts through Thursday are 25 shy of the school record, and she ranks second all-time at Wright in career victories with 47. Her 94 career walks is the school-best over four years, and Siler's earned run average (0.63)
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | April 17, 1997
A "battered battery" of Melanie Siler and Heather Ruleau overcame base-running collisions to lead C. Milton Wright (9-2, 2-0) to a 9-1 Harford County League triumph over visiting Bel Air (6-2, 0-1) yesterday.In the first three innings, the home team gave Siler, a junior right-hander, all the runs she needed. A hit batter, a sacrifice bunt by Emily Marcheski, and a throwing error led to a run in the first, and Angie Byrd singled home a run in the third.Wright then made sure of the decision with four runs in the fourth, highlighted by Siler's two-run double, and a solo homer by Ruleau, her second in two days and third of the season.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | February 21, 2003
There was actually a time when being public enemy No. 1 in Harford County wrestling gyms bothered Gary Siler. Now, the Harford Tech coach accepts the attention as the sincerest form of flattery. "When we were at the bottom, people were making fun of us. But now, we're on top and everybody wants to be us," Siler said. "I've always said that when you're at the top, you're under the microscope. When you're at the bottom, nobody cares." Almost everybody seems to care or have an opinion about the Cobras these days.
BUSINESS
By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Staff Writer | June 24, 1993
Hoping to make Baltimore more attractive to manufacturers, the city hired a Silver Spring economic development company yesterday to take stock of both its virtues and drawbacks and figure out a way to sell itself."
SPORTS
By Mark Hoeflich | March 20, 1996
Harford CountyAberdeen Eagles1995 record: Top players: Lindsey Culter, So., P; Chrissy Doran, Sr., 3B; Crystal Fisher, Sr., P-SS; Jennifer Selchert, Sr., OF; Amanda Styer, Sr., P.Outlook: Four seniors should make the Eagles better defensively and there is depth at pitching. Overall hitting will have to improve if Aberdeen hopes for .500 season.Bel Air Bobcats1995 record: 10-7. Coach: Val Cooper.Top players: Jenna Cesky, Sr., OF; Becky Fox, Sr., SS; Jackie Hinson, Sr., 1B; Jen Lamb, Jr., OF; Molly Ledette, Sr., 3B; Diana Little, Sr., DH; Lynn Wilkinson, Sr., CF.Outlook: Coming off a season full of ups and downs, Cooper expects more consistency from a solid nucleus of seniors.
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