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By Katherine Dunn | September 7, 2012
As Calvert Hall's football team prepares to faces DeMatha tonight, the Stags are dealing with an alleged incident involving prostitutes in their hotel room during last week's road trip, which brought disciplinary action against five players from the Hyattsville Catholic school. The Washington Post reported that five DeMatha players were dismissed from the team last week after they allegedly hired prostitutes early in the morning following their Aug. 31 season-opening win over Hillside in Durham, N.C..
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From Sun staff reports | April 21, 2013
Sam Snow scored the game-winner with 56 seconds left in overtime as the visiting Fairfield men's lacrosse team upset top-ranked Denver, 10-9, Saturday in front of an announced 2,520 at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. The Stags (8-5, 4-2 Eastern College Athletic Conference) recorded the program's first win over a No. 1 team. The victory gives the Stags a spot in the ECAC championship May 2-4 at Hobart. Denver fell to 10-3 overall and 5-1 in league play. Michael Roe won the opening faceoff of overtime and Fairfield called a timeout.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Contributing Writer | February 25, 1993
Last season, a 6-5 loss to Centennial and a 2-2 tie with Mount St. Joseph kept DeMatha High School of Hyattsville out of the Capital Cup playoffs, denying the Stags a chance for their third straight Maryland Scholastic Hockey League title.DeMatha paid back defending MSHL champion Centennial (10-1-1) yesterday at Piney Orchard Ice Rink in Crofton, thrashing the unbeaten Central Division champions, 10-0.The Stags (12-0) received six first-period goals from six different players to begin the semifinal rout.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 6, 2013
Reigning national champion Loyola owns a commanding 13-2 advantage in this Eastern College Athletic Conference series and swept Fairfield in two games last season, including a 14-7 thumping in the championship final of the conference tournament. The Stags have never won on the Greyhounds' home turf. Fairfield (6-4 overall and 2-1 in the league) has won three of its last four contests, but is trying to bounce back from an 8-7 loss to conference foe Bellarmine last Saturday. Junior attackman Jordan Greenfield leads the offense in goals with 22 and points with 29. No. 10 Loyola (8-2)
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | September 1, 2001
For a year's time, DeMatha was determined to erase the memory of an emotional football loss to Gilman. Last night, the Stags did all that and more at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field, dominating the Greyhounds early to grab a 16-0 first-half lead, then holding on to win by the same score when the game was called after three quarters because of lightning. A rematch of last year's season opener that Gilman won, 14-0, the game was supposed to again pit the top two high school teams in the state.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 12, 1997
It was never a game.Towson State-bound Brian Barber of Annapolis sang the national anthem, and then the bombs started bursting in air.In their first appearance in Anne Arundel County since Jan. 27, 1990, at Southern of Harwood, DeMatha and its legendary coach, Morgan Wootten, handed No. 13-ranked Annapolis its worst loss at home in school history, 105-50.The Stags had never played at Annapolis until last night, and Panther fans may be hoping they never come to Riva Road again.This season is special to Wootten.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | December 21, 1997
Had Broadneck found a way to dress the four former boys Players of the Year whose numbers were honored last night in Cape St. Claire, it might have helped.After all, DeMatha was in town.Ranked No. 1 by the Washington Post, the Stags (8-0) are one of the best high school teams not just in Maryland, but the country. After their 70-49 romp over No. 17 Broadneck (1-3), the Bruins aren't about to dispute the claim.DeMatha did not play its best, but still won by 21, although Broadneck gets some credit for that.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | August 30, 2002
DeMatha quarterback Ryan Mitch got his first varsity start two years ago against Gilman, and it's one he's not likely to forget. In a 14-0 loss played in a downpour that produced ankle-high mud puddles, Mitch, then a sophomore, was 4-for-14 for 49 yards and yielded a game-winning, 76-yard return of an interception for a touchdown. He was also sacked seven times. "Now, it's a team goal to beat Gilman every year," said Mitch, a 6-foot-3, 210-pounder who will play for the University of Maryland in the fall of 2003.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 14, 2003
FROSTBURG - Will Bowers made outside shots and ruled the lane, Rudy Gay pitched in with some bone-rattling dunks and Jesse Brooks did almost anything he wanted. Simply put, No. 8 Spalding overwhelmed DeMatha. Bowers scored a game-high 21 points and Brooks added 10 points and eight assists as Spalding recovered from a slow start for a 68-39 victory over DeMatha in the first round of the 43rd Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament last night at Frostburg State. The Cavaliers advanced to tonight's semifinal against St. Joseph Prep (Pa.)
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By Edward Lee | April 30, 2012
No. 15 Fairfield's 8-3 loss to No. 20 and Eastern College Athletic Conference rival Ohio State last Saturday meant that the Stags (11-3 overall and 4-2 in the league) finished in third place in the conference, one spot behind the Buckeyes (8-6, 5-1). And that means that the two teams will meet in the semifinal round of the ECAC tournament, which takes place Wednesday night in Denver. The quick turnaround doesn't leave coach Andy Copelan and the rest of Fairfield much time to make any changes in their game plan against Ohio State.
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From Sun staff reports and From Sun staff reports | February 20, 2013
Preseason All-American midfielder Sam Snow scored Fairfield's last three goals of the contest, including the game-winner with 4.1 seconds left, leading the No. 18 Stags to a 10-9 victory over the Navy men's lacrosse team (2-1) on a rainy Tuesday afternoon in Fairfield, Conn. The game featured seven ties, including five in the fourth quarter. After a scoreless third period, the two teams headed into the final quarter  even at 4. Neither team was able to get more than a one-goal lead in the final stanza.
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By Josh Vitale, The Baltimore Sun | January 31, 2013
A little more than two years ago, Corey Hirsch's older sister gave him an idea. Bridget Hirsch, a student at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in New York, had recently seen her school participate in a charity hockey game benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project. She took a few pictures at the event and sent some information to her family, thinking it might be something they could replicate back home. Corey thought it was a great idea. Then a sophomore at DeMatha, Corey approached coach Tony MacAulay about doing something similar with the Stags hockey team.
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From Sun staff and news services | January 22, 2013
Dylon Cormier and Erik Etherly scored their 1,000th career points within eight minutes of each other as visiting Loyola won for the fifth time in six games, beating Fairfield, 65-60, on Monday in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's basketball game in Bridgeport, Conn. Cormier (Cardinal Gibbons) finished with a team-high 21 points, Etherly added 16 points and a team-high nine rebounds, and Jordan Latham scored 10 points for the Greyhounds (14-6, 6-2 MAAC). "We battled and held them off tonight with big baskets when we needed them," Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos said.
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2012
Heavy Seas Alehouse is throwing one of those stag shopping nights. You know, men hate to shop. But if you ply them with manly things like specialty bourbons, Heavy Seas beer and steak appetizers, they'll fold like tents. Heavy Seas Alehouse is presenting its Stag Night with Smyth Jewelers and Parfections Handmade Gourmet Chocolates. Read: Looking for every sale, retailers inject testosterone into holiday shopping Stag Night starts at 6 p.m. on Dec. 4 at Heavy Seas Alehouse , 1300 Bank St. Tickets are $49 and include bourbon tasting, two beers, a cigar, steak appetizers and a glass growler to take home.
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By Katherine Dunn | September 7, 2012
As Calvert Hall's football team prepares to faces DeMatha tonight, the Stags are dealing with an alleged incident involving prostitutes in their hotel room during last week's road trip, which brought disciplinary action against five players from the Hyattsville Catholic school. The Washington Post reported that five DeMatha players were dismissed from the team last week after they allegedly hired prostitutes early in the morning following their Aug. 31 season-opening win over Hillside in Durham, N.C..
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2012
Calvert Hall's football team scored 84 points in its first two games this season, but the No. 2 Cardinals had a lot more trouble getting on the board Friday night against DeMatha. Three Calvert Hall turnovers, penalties and a punt snapped over the Cardinals punter's head had a lot to do with that as the Stags took a 23-14 victory in the 9/11 Patriot Classic at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. The Cardinals (2-1) didn't score until the third quarter, but they pulled within 20-14 on Colar Kuhns' quarterback sneak with 9:07 left in the game.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 21, 2002
The opposing coach remained undefeated in Reitz Arena and host Loyola College remained winless on its own floor. That was the bottom line yesterday as Fairfield built an 18-point halftime lead, then labored to a 64-53 victory over the Greyhounds in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game. It was the first of two consecutive meetings between the MAAC rivals, who play again Wednesday in Bridgeport, Conn., because of a quirk in the league scheduling. Loyola (2-14, 1-6) is now 0-7 at home this season and is in the throes of a nine-game losing streak, while Stags coach Tim O'Toole has a 4-0 career record at Reitz.
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By Josh Vitale, The Baltimore Sun | January 31, 2013
A little more than two years ago, Corey Hirsch's older sister gave him an idea. Bridget Hirsch, a student at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in New York, had recently seen her school participate in a charity hockey game benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project. She took a few pictures at the event and sent some information to her family, thinking it might be something they could replicate back home. Corey thought it was a great idea. Then a sophomore at DeMatha, Corey approached coach Tony MacAulay about doing something similar with the Stags hockey team.
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By Edward Lee | May 5, 2012
With Friday night's 14-7 victory over No. 18 Fairfield in the Eastern College Athletic Conference final, No. 3 Loyola captured its first tournament championship. The realization of that achievement is still sinking in for coach Charley Toomey. “It really hasn't sunk in yet,” Toomey said by phone before boarding a plane at Denver International Airport Saturday morning. “I think just for me as a coach, looking at the kids' expressions on their faces as they were holding that trophy and just running around the field and having dinner and enjoying each other's company last night at Maggiano's here in Denver, that's when it started to really ring true that this is something special.
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By Edward Lee | May 4, 2012
Before Denver's participation in the Eastern College Athletic Conference in 2010, there was Loyola, winner of two consecutive league championships. But the Greyhounds have never won the ECAC tournament, which has been claimed by the Pioneers in 2010 and 2011. So No. 3 Loyola finally has a shot Friday night, meeting No. 18 Fairfield in the tournament final in Denver. It's a rematch of last year's tournament semifinal in which the Stags emerged with a 10-9 decision and a trip to the final.
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