Advertisement
HomeCollectionsSkovron
IN THE NEWS

Skovron

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | May 22, 1994
The Liberty Lions had some problems early on shaking off South River in their Class 1A-2A state semifinal game at Catonsville Community College last night.And then senior Nathalie Skovron simply took over.Skovron scored three of her eight goals in a span of one minute and 25 seconds midway through the first half to give the Lions a 6-3 lead.They never looked back, scoring six more times before the end of the half to take a 10-4 and coast to a 20-9 victory."She [Skovron] has really come on strong this season and really wants it," said Liberty coach Courtney Vaughn.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 17, 1995
Moments after the unbeaten and fifth-ranked Liberty team had brushed aside Oakland Mills, 17-4, last night in the state Class 1A-2A West Region final, Liberty coach Courtney Vaughn heaped some high praise on her team."
Advertisement
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | April 22, 1994
Nathalie Skovron's senior season continued to unfold brilliantly last night.Skovron scored 10 goals and handed out one assist to lead seventh-ranked Liberty to a 21-12 victory over Westminster at Liberty.The Lions (5-0 in the county, 10-1 overall) clinched their fifth straight county championship. Liberty has won five in a row after Westminster captured titles in the first two seasons of girls lacrosse competition in the county.Last night, Skovron was virtually unstoppable as she flashed all the skills that have enabled her to score 57 goals and contribute 18 assists for the Lions.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 27, 1994
It was supposed to be the night a talented Liberty girls lacrosse team put Carroll County in the state high school sports spotlight.The fifth-ranked Lions looked as if they had the weapons to beat No. 4 Loch Raven and claim the county's first state girls lacrosse championship.But it never happened, leaving one major lingering question yesterday.How could a Liberty squad that always seemed to be prepared be beaten so badly Wednesday night in the state Class 1A-2A championship game at Catonsville Community College?
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 2, 1994
The Nathalie Skovron story is all about an incredible 17-year-old girl who has driven herself to greater heights every day on the lacrosse field.Skovron, an attacker for seventh-ranked Liberty (12-1), is on so many missions for success that opponents have found it virtually impossible to stop her.Her first mission is to help her team win the state Class 1A-2A girls lacrosse championship.Mission No. 2 is to prove to coach Courtney Vaughn that she has good speed.A third mission is to prove there is no "I" in team.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 14, 1994
This was vintage Liberty High girls lacrosse.Precise passing and catching in a blistering transition game, constant cutters in front of the net, rapid-fire scoring from the big three of Kym Frey, Megan Horneman and Nathalie Skovron and a tough defense led by Natalie Hannibal.The result was a 23-9 romp for the top-seeded Lions over fourth-seeded Oakland Mills last night in the semifinals of the 1A-2A West Regional at Liberty.Liberty (14-1) will meet third-seeded Wilde Lake 7 p.m. Tuesday at Liberty in the 1A-2A West final.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | April 8, 1994
Liberty only played well in spurts on offense last night, which coach Courtney Vaughn did not like. What she did like, however, is what the Lions did during those spurts.Kym Frey scored six goals and Nathalie Skovron and Megan Horneman added three apiece as No. 7 Liberty got most of its goals in short bursts but still scored a 17-10 victory over host South Carroll in a Carroll County game.Liberty (6-1, 2-0) opened the scoring with three goals in 92 seconds. The Lions added two goals in 97 seconds a little later in the half to stretch their lead to 6-2.To cap off the half, Liberty notched two goals in 43 seconds.
NEWS
March 26, 1991
Theodore P. Moore Jr. has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School, Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio.Precommissioning training included basic military subjects, leadership and management, human behavior,professional knowledge, and defense and professional studies.He is the son of Theodore P. and Elizabeth L. Moore of Arnold.BOYD, MCNABB FINISHAir Force Reserve Airmen 1st Class Darryl W. McNabb and Michael D. Boyd recently graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 27, 1994
It was supposed to be the night a talented Liberty girls lacrosse team put Carroll County in the state high school sports spotlight.The fifth-ranked Lions looked as if they had the weapons to beat No. 4 Loch Raven and claim the county's first state girls lacrosse championship.But it never happened, leaving one major lingering question yesterday.How could a Liberty squad that always seemed to be prepared be beaten so badly Wednesday night in the state Class 1A-2A championship game at Catonsville Community College?
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | April 29, 1994
Talent took over for Liberty in the second half last night and wiped out a valiant effort by upset-minded South Carroll at Liberty.It was the skills and speed of seventh-ranked Liberty against the grit and imagination of a much-improved South Carroll team.The Cavaliers were trying to prevent Liberty from marching unbeaten through Carroll County competition, and they were trying to give coach Stacy Stem her first lacrosse victory over Liberty coach Courtney Vaughn in five seasons.But the Lions (12-1)
SPORTS
By BILL FREE | May 25, 1994
In a high school season filled with disappointments, it is time to pay tribute to one of the most talented teams that has ever come out of Carroll County.The 1994 Liberty High girls lacrosse team is no ordinary collection of athletes.Most of these girls have outstanding speed, can throw and catch superbly, are extremely skilled in the fundamentals, are highly motivated, aren't afraid to do the dirty work such as fight for ground balls, are focused on winning, and probably most important they don't seem to care who scores the goals.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | May 22, 1994
The Liberty Lions had some problems early on shaking off South River in their Class 1A-2A state semifinal game at Catonsville Community College last night.And then senior Nathalie Skovron simply took over.Skovron scored three of her eight goals in a span of one minute and 25 seconds midway through the first half to give the Lions a 6-3 lead.They never looked back, scoring six more times before the end of the half to take a 10-4 and coast to a 20-9 victory."She [Skovron] has really come on strong this season and really wants it," said Liberty coach Courtney Vaughn.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 14, 1994
This was vintage Liberty High girls lacrosse.Precise passing and catching in a blistering transition game, constant cutters in front of the net, rapid-fire scoring from the big three of Kym Frey, Megan Horneman and Nathalie Skovron and a tough defense led by Natalie Hannibal.The result was a 23-9 romp for the top-seeded Lions over fourth-seeded Oakland Mills last night in the semifinals of the 1A-2A West Regional at Liberty.Liberty (14-1) will meet third-seeded Wilde Lake 7 p.m. Tuesday at Liberty in the 1A-2A West final.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1994
The Liberty High girls lacrosse team begins what it hopes is the school's first trip to the state 1A-2A tournament, and South Carroll will be out to repeat last season's magical march to the state 3A-4A championship game.That is the scenario today as Carroll County's top two girls teams open regional action.Sixth-ranked and top-seeded Liberty (13-1) will entertain fourth-seeded Oakland Mills (2-8) at 7 p.m. in the semifinals of the 1A-2A West Region.The Lions enter the game as heavy favorites to advance to the West Region final against the winner of today's matchup between second-seeded Hammond and third-seeded Wilde Lake.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 2, 1994
The Nathalie Skovron story is all about an incredible 17-year-old girl who has driven herself to greater heights every day on the lacrosse field.Skovron, an attacker for seventh-ranked Liberty (12-1), is on so many missions for success that opponents have found it virtually impossible to stop her.Her first mission is to help her team win the state Class 1A-2A girls lacrosse championship.Mission No. 2 is to prove to coach Courtney Vaughn that she has good speed.A third mission is to prove there is no "I" in team.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | April 29, 1994
Talent took over for Liberty in the second half last night and wiped out a valiant effort by upset-minded South Carroll at Liberty.It was the skills and speed of seventh-ranked Liberty against the grit and imagination of a much-improved South Carroll team.The Cavaliers were trying to prevent Liberty from marching unbeaten through Carroll County competition, and they were trying to give coach Stacy Stem her first lacrosse victory over Liberty coach Courtney Vaughn in five seasons.But the Lions (12-1)
SPORTS
By BILL FREE | May 25, 1994
In a high school season filled with disappointments, it is time to pay tribute to one of the most talented teams that has ever come out of Carroll County.The 1994 Liberty High girls lacrosse team is no ordinary collection of athletes.Most of these girls have outstanding speed, can throw and catch superbly, are extremely skilled in the fundamentals, are highly motivated, aren't afraid to do the dirty work such as fight for ground balls, are focused on winning, and probably most important they don't seem to care who scores the goals.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | May 17, 1995
Moments after the unbeaten and fifth-ranked Liberty team had brushed aside Oakland Mills, 17-4, last night in the state Class 1A-2A West Region final, Liberty coach Courtney Vaughn heaped some high praise on her team."
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | April 22, 1994
Nathalie Skovron's senior season continued to unfold brilliantly last night.Skovron scored 10 goals and handed out one assist to lead seventh-ranked Liberty to a 21-12 victory over Westminster at Liberty.The Lions (5-0 in the county, 10-1 overall) clinched their fifth straight county championship. Liberty has won five in a row after Westminster captured titles in the first two seasons of girls lacrosse competition in the county.Last night, Skovron was virtually unstoppable as she flashed all the skills that have enabled her to score 57 goals and contribute 18 assists for the Lions.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | April 8, 1994
Liberty only played well in spurts on offense last night, which coach Courtney Vaughn did not like. What she did like, however, is what the Lions did during those spurts.Kym Frey scored six goals and Nathalie Skovron and Megan Horneman added three apiece as No. 7 Liberty got most of its goals in short bursts but still scored a 17-10 victory over host South Carroll in a Carroll County game.Liberty (6-1, 2-0) opened the scoring with three goals in 92 seconds. The Lions added two goals in 97 seconds a little later in the half to stretch their lead to 6-2.To cap off the half, Liberty notched two goals in 43 seconds.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.