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January 12, 2012
Send sports notices a minimum of two weeks before the requested publication date to Patuxent Publishing/TT Sports Notices, Third floor, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278; e-mail tworgo@patuxent.com . Include date, time, location, contact information and subsection. The Greater Laurel United Soccer Club's second indoor session is scheduled to begin February 15th for boys and girls ages 4 - 17 .  The eight-week session costs $80.  301-502-6431 or http://www.glusc.com to register.
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NEWS
May 15, 2001
Kerry M. Russell, 53, founded recruiting firm Kerry M. Russell, who recruited medical sales personnel and coached youth sports teams, suffered a massive heart attack Thursday while coaching soccer in Cockeysville and died at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 53 and lived in Baldwin. In 1981, Mr. Russell founded Medical Search Associates, a recruiting company. Born in Baltimore and raised in Govans and Silver Spring, he was a graduate of DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville. He received a certificate in computer technology from the Baltimore Institute in 1970.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 6, 1997
Soccer Club of Baltimore and the Severna Park Top Guns will meet in a championship game today for the second time this season, this time for the Under-17 boys soccer title at the U.S. Youth Soccer Association's Region I championships in Erie, Pa.SCB, which finished third in the nation last season, beat Severna Park, 1-0, earlier this season for the Maryland State Cup.SCB advanced to the final yesterday with a 4-0 win over Eastern Pennsylvania. Severna Park nipped New York West, 1-0.Three other Maryland boys teams advanced to finals today.
NEWS
By Alexandra Zavis and Kate Linthicum and Alexandra Zavis and Kate Linthicum,Los Angeles Times | January 4, 2009
About 220 Little Leagues and other sports organizations in the United States face losses after an online payment company stopped handing over dues and other funds that it was collecting. The missing payments, which Washington state-based Count Me In Corp. acknowledged Tuesday total $5 million, have left many of the organizations wondering how they will make up the difference. "I've lost sleep over this," said Jeff Bacon, treasurer of the Encino Little League in Los Angeles, which is owed $100,000 in membership fees.
NEWS
By LOWELL E. SUNDERLAND | April 6, 2003
NO MATTER what sport they prefer, what season, or what size their club, leaders in every single Howard County youth sports group express admiration at one point or another for the Soccer Association of Columbia/Howard County. On April 16, that club will offer a unique opportunity for every one of those leaders - certainly an opportunity that is unique in recent years. They're being invited to share, with the SAC/HC top leaders, thoughts about any topic related to youth sports that might be of mutual interest.
SPORTS
By Mike Jefferson | February 13, 1994
Girls soccerThe under-19 Joppatowne Soccer Club Thunder defeated Joppatowne Purple, 2-1, in indoor soccer action at the Maryland Sports Arena. Eva Pierorazio scored two goals, with one assisted by Brandi Frederick.Goalkeeper Nicole DuVal recorded six saves for the Thunder.Boys soccer* Under-12: The Harford County Boys and Girls Bombers were edged by the White Marsh Soccer Club, 6-4, in a league game at the Maryland Sports Arena last weekend.Maguel Barowski scored a goal and added an assist.
SPORTS
By Mike Jefferson | August 22, 1993
SoccerThe third annual Greater Harford Invitational, sanctioned by the Maryland State Youth Soccer Association, presented local top-notch teams with a chance to compete against challenging competition both locally and out of state.Games were played all day last Saturday and Sunday at Edgewood High School and another nearby field. Nineteen girls teams and 61 boys teams faced one another, vying for championships in age groups scaling from under-10 to under-16.Teams from North Carolina, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia and Maryland, including many state champions or state runners-up, competed in the tourney.
SPORTS
By Mike Jefferson and Mike Jefferson,Contributing Writer | November 22, 1992
C In under-14 girls soccer action, the Fallston Flames clinched the Gold Division of the Baltimore Beltway League with a 2-0 championship win over Hereford last Sunday.After losing its first game of the season to Towson, the Flames ripped through the league with six consecutive wins, including a 1-0 rematch victory over Towson.Championship team members were forwards Jenni Castoro, Julie Clark, Allison Fisher and Trisha Orndorff, halfbacks Rhonda Brazier, Erin Chlumsky, Paige McCarthy, Annalise Paaby, Eleni Samaras and Jodi Taylor, fullbacks Brooke Hampton, Kim Jirsa, Suzanne McCurdy, Kim Menckin, Katie Profili and goalkeeper Emily Weibel.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | August 7, 1996
Nick Kropfelder was only a year out of Mount St. Joseph High when he received his first pay envelope as a professional soccer player. It contained all of $3.Kropfelder and his Baltimore Soccer Club teammates were returning on the train after beating New York, 2-1. Kropfelder had scored both goals against Stan Chesney, the premier goalie of his time.Tom Amhrein, the Baltimore Soccer Club owner, walked through the aisle handing out little brown envelopes. In the game star's was $3."Amhrein got hooked on that one," Kropfelder said, laughing.
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