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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Staff Writer | July 2, 1993
Columbia will look to add a few regional soccer titles to itsnumerous state accolades when four of its recreation teams compete in the Eastern Regional Championships at Rider College in New Jersey this weekend.After qualifying in the recent State Cup tournaments, the Crusaders (under-19 girls), Spirit (under-15 girls), Darby (under-15 boys) and Chargers (under-17 girls) will compete against teams from 16 states in this season-ending event.The Crusaders seek their first regional title after dominating the state once again.
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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 4, 2001
GERMANTOWN - Redemption is always sweet, but nothing could have been finer for the SC Baltimore Stars than their convincing triumph over Bethesda United yesterday. Kaiser Chowdhry scored the decisive goal and Matt Moneymaker added two insurance goals to propel the Stars to a 4-1 decision over United for the Maryland Cup under-18 boys crown at the new Maryland SoccerPlex. SCB dominated the boys side of the state championships, taking four titles, including U-17 and U-16. SCB is a favorite to advance to next Sunday's U-19 final.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | June 10, 1991
Their under-19 soccer team is called the Columbia Crusaders, but that doesn't stop coaches Roy and Anita Andersch from putting outsiders on the roster.Five Anne Arundel players helped the Howard County-based squad win its fifth straight State Cup title last Sunday with a2-1 victory over the Bethesda Peppers -- last year's under-17 state champions.Amanda Simmons and Kelly Dryden, who just completed their junior seasons at Meade, have played on each of the Crusaders' five State Cup teams, and Chesapeake's Allison Nethen joined the squad three yearsago.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland | April 29, 2001
IF YOU have a travel soccer player under your roof or nearby, this may be a big, busy weekend for the household. It's Snickers Maryland State Cup time, a spring ritual that means competition distinct from league play. For some age groups, it's a rite that by midsummer can yield a national title, because the competition is going on across the country. Three county clubs - the Soccer Association of Columbia/Howard County, the Columbia Soccer Club, and the western county's Thunder Soccer Club - have teams entered.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | June 9, 1991
The way Anita Andersch tells it, you've got to put forth your very best defense -- and, if possible, your biggest and best defender -- ifyou're going to stop Thori Staples.Still, that might not even work."She's just a pure threat," said Andersch, Staples' coach on the girls under-19 Crusaders soccer squad in the Maryland Youth Soccer Association."We've had teams mark her with these big women who can just knock you on your butt. And it's always the other girls who end up laying on the ground and getting medical attention while there's Thori dribbling up the field."
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By Lem Satterfield | June 5, 1991
For the first 59 minutes of the the girls under-19 State Cup soccer game against the Bethesda Peppers Sunday at Glenwood Park, the Columbia Crusaders had the visitors spinning on their heels.The Crusaders' corner kicks, booming volleys and nice through balls bounced off of heads, feet, knees and bodies and went nearly everywhere but into the goal. At half time, the score was 0-0."We've had some lovely corner kicks, but we're not getting to them first. We're delivering the ball, but we're letting it go out of bounds," said Crusaders coach Roy Andersch, with his team and Anita Andersch, his wife and co-coach, listening intently at the intermission.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Contributing writer | June 30, 1991
No girls squad from Howard County has ever won a title in the U.S. Youth Soccer Association Regional Tournament.That fact will be on the minds of three local State Cup champion girls teams when the four-day event begins Thursday at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.All three hope to return with a title: the five-time State Cup titlist under-19 Columbia Crusaders, the three-time state champion under-15 Columbia Chargers and the under-13 Columbia Spirit, a two-time state champ.Two boys State Cup champions, the under-16 Columbia Crew and the under-13 Columbia Hornets, also will vie for titles.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Contributing writer | June 5, 1991
Hornets coach Ron Lee couldn't be more proud of Ben Stephenson and Teddy Zingman.They were the goal scorers who helped his under-13 boys soccer squad win the State Cup title, 2-1, over the Potomac Panthers.With three minutes left in the first half of Saturday's game against the Potomac Panthers, Zingman had assisted on Stephenson's goal to give the Hornets a 1-0 lead, then himself scored on a cross from Ben's twin brother, Matt, to break a 1-1 tie and give the Hornets a 2-1lead.As pleased as Lee was of his offensive players, however, hewas most proud of defender Kevin Fogarty, an Oakland Mills High student, for playing heads-up ball.
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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 4, 2001
GERMANTOWN - Redemption is always sweet, but nothing could have been finer for the SC Baltimore Stars than their convincing triumph over Bethesda United yesterday. Kaiser Chowdhry scored the decisive goal and Matt Moneymaker added two insurance goals to propel the Stars to a 4-1 decision over United for the Maryland Cup under-18 boys crown at the new Maryland SoccerPlex. SCB dominated the boys side of the state championships, taking four titles, including U-17 and U-16. SCB is a favorite to advance to next Sunday's U-19 final.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland | April 29, 2001
IF YOU have a travel soccer player under your roof or nearby, this may be a big, busy weekend for the household. It's Snickers Maryland State Cup time, a spring ritual that means competition distinct from league play. For some age groups, it's a rite that by midsummer can yield a national title, because the competition is going on across the country. Three county clubs - the Soccer Association of Columbia/Howard County, the Columbia Soccer Club, and the western county's Thunder Soccer Club - have teams entered.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | April 15, 2001
Katherine Remy Vettori, assistant women's soccer coach at the University of Maryland, College Park for the past three seasons, is the new girls coaching director for the Soccer Association of Columbia/Howard County. The half-time, paid job includes responsibility for helping find and train girls coaches at all levels in SAC/HC, and developing players. Vettori succeeds Michelle Rodriguez-Smith, who held the job a little more than a year before leaving in late January, when her husband's work took him to Atlanta.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Staff Writer | July 2, 1993
Columbia will look to add a few regional soccer titles to itsnumerous state accolades when four of its recreation teams compete in the Eastern Regional Championships at Rider College in New Jersey this weekend.After qualifying in the recent State Cup tournaments, the Crusaders (under-19 girls), Spirit (under-15 girls), Darby (under-15 boys) and Chargers (under-17 girls) will compete against teams from 16 states in this season-ending event.The Crusaders seek their first regional title after dominating the state once again.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Contributing writer | June 30, 1991
No girls squad from Howard County has ever won a title in the U.S. Youth Soccer Association Regional Tournament.That fact will be on the minds of three local State Cup champion girls teams when the four-day event begins Thursday at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.All three hope to return with a title: the five-time State Cup titlist under-19 Columbia Crusaders, the three-time state champion under-15 Columbia Chargers and the under-13 Columbia Spirit, a two-time state champ.Two boys State Cup champions, the under-16 Columbia Crew and the under-13 Columbia Hornets, also will vie for titles.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | June 10, 1991
Their under-19 soccer team is called the Columbia Crusaders, but that doesn't stop coaches Roy and Anita Andersch from putting outsiders on the roster.Five Anne Arundel players helped the Howard County-based squad win its fifth straight State Cup title last Sunday with a2-1 victory over the Bethesda Peppers -- last year's under-17 state champions.Amanda Simmons and Kelly Dryden, who just completed their junior seasons at Meade, have played on each of the Crusaders' five State Cup teams, and Chesapeake's Allison Nethen joined the squad three yearsago.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | June 9, 1991
The way Anita Andersch tells it, you've got to put forth your very best defense -- and, if possible, your biggest and best defender -- ifyou're going to stop Thori Staples.Still, that might not even work."She's just a pure threat," said Andersch, Staples' coach on the girls under-19 Crusaders soccer squad in the Maryland Youth Soccer Association."We've had teams mark her with these big women who can just knock you on your butt. And it's always the other girls who end up laying on the ground and getting medical attention while there's Thori dribbling up the field."
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By Lem Satterfield | June 5, 1991
For the first 59 minutes of the the girls under-19 State Cup soccer game against the Bethesda Peppers Sunday at Glenwood Park, the Columbia Crusaders had the visitors spinning on their heels.The Crusaders' corner kicks, booming volleys and nice through balls bounced off of heads, feet, knees and bodies and went nearly everywhere but into the goal. At half time, the score was 0-0."We've had some lovely corner kicks, but we're not getting to them first. We're delivering the ball, but we're letting it go out of bounds," said Crusaders coach Roy Andersch, with his team and Anita Andersch, his wife and co-coach, listening intently at the intermission.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | April 15, 2001
Katherine Remy Vettori, assistant women's soccer coach at the University of Maryland, College Park for the past three seasons, is the new girls coaching director for the Soccer Association of Columbia/Howard County. The half-time, paid job includes responsibility for helping find and train girls coaches at all levels in SAC/HC, and developing players. Vettori succeeds Michelle Rodriguez-Smith, who held the job a little more than a year before leaving in late January, when her husband's work took him to Atlanta.
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By Mike Jefferson | January 23, 1994
David Dochtor, 14, has been selected as a member of the 1979 Region I Olympic Developmental Soccer Team that will travel abroad to compete against other national and top club teams.Sixteen players representing 17 states were selected.As a member of the state Olympic Developmental Program, Dochtor made final cuts from a regional pool that included up to 40 players.In February, the U.S. team travels to Bermuda for its first games in the Diadora Cup.Dochtor is also a member of the under-14 1993 Maryland State Cup Champion Top Gun's soccer team.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Contributing writer | June 5, 1991
Hornets coach Ron Lee couldn't be more proud of Ben Stephenson and Teddy Zingman.They were the goal scorers who helped his under-13 boys soccer squad win the State Cup title, 2-1, over the Potomac Panthers.With three minutes left in the first half of Saturday's game against the Potomac Panthers, Zingman had assisted on Stephenson's goal to give the Hornets a 1-0 lead, then himself scored on a cross from Ben's twin brother, Matt, to break a 1-1 tie and give the Hornets a 2-1lead.As pleased as Lee was of his offensive players, however, hewas most proud of defender Kevin Fogarty, an Oakland Mills High student, for playing heads-up ball.
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