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By SportsTicker | August 4, 1994
OTTAWA -- Mark McLoughlin kicked his fifth field goal of the game with 1:21 left in the fourth quarter to give the Calgary Stampeders a 30-27 win over the Ottawa Rough Riders last night.McLoughlin scored 18 points, including the game-winning 22-yard field goal for the Stampeders (4-1), who won their fourth straight game.Tony Stewart scored a pair of touchdowns for the Stampeders, reaching the end zone on a 1-yard run in the first quarter and catching an 11-yard touchdown pass from Doug Flutie in the third.
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January 29, 2013
The deadline for submitting sports copy is 9 a.m. on Monday. We prefer email (howardcountysports@patuxent.com). We do not accept results by phone. When two Howard County teams play, players from both teams (first and last names) must be mentioned in the write-up. Questions? Call 410-332-6606. Field hockey The Howard Stampede Field Hockey Club won the U16 division of the MLK Champions of Tomorrow Tournament held Jan. 20 in Rockville. Howard Stampede had three wins and one tie to come in first place in their bracket and advance to the finals against SPark.
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By Milton Kent | November 17, 1995
When the Stallions and Calgary Stampeders meet for the Canadian Football League championship Sunday (5:30 p.m.), ESPN2 analyst Mike Mayock says they'll bring their respective nation's football philosophies to the Grey Cup in Regina, Saskatchewan.Mayock, who will be joined in the booth by play-by-play man Gus Johnson, says the Stallions bring an NFL sensibility to the CFL, in that they feature a tailback, play tough defense and have great special teams.Meanwhile, Calgary, behind freewheeling quarterback Doug Flutie is, in Mayock's opinion, the "prototypical" Canadian team with backs and receivers spreading the field with a wide-open attack.
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November 8, 2011
Rec sports The deadline for submitting sports copy is 9 a.m. on Mondays. We prefer email (howardcountysports@patuxent.com). We do not accept results by phone. When two Howard County teams play, players from both teams (first and last names) must be mentioned in the write-up. Questions? Call 410-332-6578. Field hockey Howard Stampede travel The Howard Stampede 7th/8th grade team 4 completed an undefeated season with the championship of Harvest Hockey.
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By SPORTSTICKER | November 13, 1995
CALGARY, Alberta -- Doug Flutie passed for 259 yards and two touchdowns yesterday to lead the Calgary Stampeders to their third trip to the Grey Cup in five years with a 37-4 rout of the Edmonton Eskimos in the Northern Division final.The Stampeders, who won 10 of 11 home games, will play the Baltimore Stallions in next Sunday's Grey Cup in Regina, Saskatchewan. Calgary won the 1992 Grey Cup and also advanced to the title game in 1991.Flutie completed 21 of 30 passes, including scoring strikes of 5 yards to David Sapunjis and 1 yard to Tony Stewart.
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By Dave Obee and Dave Obee,Special to The Sun | November 21, 1994
CALGARY, Alberta -- The other Flutie was the star yesterday as the B.C. Lions fought their way into the Grey Cup.Darren Flutie, the younger brother of Calgary Stampeders star quarterback Doug, caught a 4-yard touchdown pass on the final play of the game to give the Lions a 37-36 win over the favored Stampeders in the CFL Western Division final."
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | November 19, 1995
REGINA, Saskatchewan -- Maybe the horse was hung over.Heck, everyone else in town was.The horse was supposed to waltz through the lobby of the Sands Hotel and Resort after yesterday's Grey Cup parade.Riding a horse into a hotel?It's a Calgary tradition when the Stampeders reach the Cup final.The Regina Inn was blessed by such a happening Friday, and the horse got so frightened, it . . . well, some things are better left unsaid.Put it this way: For the sake of the Inner Harbor hotels, maybe it's best if the Grey Cup doesn't come to Baltimore in 1997.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | July 17, 1994
Quarterback Doug Flutie made a triumphant return to his hometown last night, leading the Calgary Stampeders to a 42-16 victory over the Baltimore CFLs before 39,247 at Memorial Stadium.Flutie completed 24 of 38 passes for 278 yards and two touchdowns to spoil the return of pro football to Baltimore after a 10-year absence.It was the first loss by Baltimore's Canadian Football League expansion team after one regular-season win and two preseason wins.Baltimore quarterback Tracy Ham was 23 of 33 for 286 yards with one touchdown in the defeat.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 19, 1995
REGINA, Saskatchewan -- They went through most of their first season without a name, and nearly became the first American team to win a Canadian Football League crown. Soon, the Stallions could be leaving for a new home, yet they plan to make history by bringing the Grey Cup back to Baltimore before they start packing.Today, Baltimore's 12-game winning streak and back-to-back divisional titles mean nothing. Since training camp opened nearly six months ago, the team has said it will judge the 1995 season as a failure unless it ended with a championship victory.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | July 14, 1994
Put Karl Anthony in the secondary and he's right at home. Put the ball in his hands and Baltimore's All-CFL cornerback is in heaven.He is an offensive player dressed in the body of a defensive technician."
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September 27, 2011
Rec sports The deadline for submitting sports copy is 9 a.m. on Mondays. We prefer email (howardcountysports@patuxent.com). We do not accept results by phone. When two Howard County teams play, players from both teams (first and last names) must be mentioned in the write-up. Questions? Call 410-332-6578. Field hockey Howard Stampede After their scoreless tie last week, the Stampede Elite team was charged with working to finish off their plays in the offensive 16. The team responded with an 8-0 victory over Fallston in the MYFHL Elite division.
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By Mike Frainie and Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2009
Hereford did a good job of staying close to host Linganore in the first half of Friday's Class 3A state semifinal. Then came "the gust." The divine wind helped the Lancers (13-0) build an insurmountable lead en route to a 41-9 victory over the visiting, seventh-ranked Bulls (10-2). The victory earns the Lancers a date with Huntingtown, which beat River Hill, 10-7, in the other semifinal, in the 3A state championship at M&T Bank Stadium at 7 p.m. next Saturday. Zack Zwinak rushed for 154 yards on 13 carries to pace the Lancers.
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By Liz F. Kay and Liz F. Kay,liz.kay@baltsun.com | December 6, 2008
The line of buyers at the Enoch Pratt Free Library book sale stretched more than half a block, but no Black Friday-style madness erupted yesterday, the opening of the three-day annual event. Collectors, dealers and readers lined up at the main entrance of downtown's Central Library before the doors opened at 10 a.m. "We've seen a lot of talk about the Wal-Mart incident," Tim Doyle, a Sykeville dealer and collector who was first in line when he arrived at 7 a.m., said, referring to a fatal stampede last week in New York.
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By New York Times News Service | October 1, 2008
NEW DELHI, India - A religious festival in northern India turned into a horrific deadly crush yesterday as thousands of Hindu pilgrims stampeded at a temple shrine, piling into each other on a treacherous walkway slick with spilled coconut milk. Officials said at least 168 people, most of them men, suffocated. Television images showed dead pilgrims strewn on the narrow walkway near the Chamunda Devi temple, at the southern edge of the 15th-century Mehrangarh fort in Jodhpur, in the western state of Rajasthan.
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By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,Sun reporter | March 3, 2008
Signs that an elephant is about to go into labor: loss of appetite, difficulty sleeping, and a pattern of "lying down, standing up, and lying down," says Colleen Baird of the Maryland Zoo, which is expecting its first elephant birth in its 132-year history any day. Baird, the zoo's assistant elephant manager, says "general agitation" is all she has to go on until Felix's water breaks. And to prepare for that, Baird and her colleagues are keeping a round-the-clock watch, memorizing "elephant birth protocols," and stockpiling towels and wood chips.
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By Mike Himowitz and Mike Himowitz,Sun Columnist | June 21, 2007
In just eight days, armies of breathless Apple fanatics will queue up at company stores around the nation, their pockets heavy with cash and plastic. When CEO-for-life Steve Jobs gives the word, the digital version of the Oklahoma land rush will begin, a stampede by the faithful for the coveted opportunity to part with $500 or more to buy what they already own - an iPod and a cell phone. OK, they're not just any iPod and cell phone. They're wrapped in an elegant package called an iPhone, with other nifty features, including a full touch-screen control panel and slick software that turns the device into an animated Web browser and e-mail appliance with Wi-Fi capability.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | July 17, 1994
If Baltimore is the CFL team with no name, then Calgary is the one with the longest.That's the way it is when your quarterback is so good, he gets top billing.In last night's home opener at Memorial Stadium, Baltimore fans were treated to "Doug Flutie and the Calgary Stampeders," as the team is often referred to in stories and advertisementshyping an upcoming game.And for the most part, Flutie showed why he is worthy of such an introduction.He completed 25 of 39 passes for 284 yards and two touchdowns.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT | September 10, 1995
Jack Pardee isn't surprised. When he coached the Birmingham Stallions in the World Football League more than 20 years ago, near-capacity crowds would come to Legion Field to watch them.The city has not embraced the Canadian Football League's Barracudas -- the fourth professional football team in 25 years to grace Birmingham -- in quite the same way. Yet, given the silence in the Barracudas' ticket offices three months ago, they have recovered remarkably during their expansion season.Birmingham entered the season having sold barely 2,500 season tickets.
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By MEGAN K. STACK and MEGAN K. STACK,LOS ANGELES TIMES | January 13, 2006
CAIRO, Egypt -- A stampede at one of Islam's holiest sites crushed to death at least 345 worshippers yesterday, tainting with tragedy the annual hajj pilgrimage to the Muslim religion's birthplace in Saudi Arabia. As thick waves of worshippers made their way through the desert plain of Mina to perform one of the fundamental rituals of hajj, lost luggage piled up underfoot and tripped pilgrims. With thousands of eager Muslims pressing from behind, the bodies quickly piled up - and the crowd trampled over them.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 21, 2005
All Jean Parker had in mind about four years ago was getting some Howard County representation into the Maryland Youth Field Hockey League. Parker had loved the sport at Mount Hebron High School in the 1970s. A friend had a daughter playing field hockey on a youth team in Carroll County, which led Parker to discover that no comparable opportunity existed in Howard County for her daughter. Thus began a long, winding road to starting what has become the county's only travel program in the sport.
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