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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 5, 1998
For most Crown All-Stars, Sunday's annual matchup ofMaryland's top seniors in a seven-inning exhibition at Oriole Park at Camden Yards will be a dream fulfilled.For Mount St. Joseph's Mark Teixeira, it may well be a prelude of things to come. Teixeira, a ninth-round pick of the Boston Red Sox in Tuesday's Major League draft, will be one of seven Baltimore Sun first-team All-Metro picks to take the field after the Orioles' game against Atlanta.While The Sun's 1998 All-Metro Player of the Year hopes to one day call the big leagues home, he said yesterday he's putting the dream on hold.
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By Katherine Dunn | December 23, 2013
Seven Baltimore area players were named to the Consensus All-State Football Team Tuesday with numerous others making the big school, small school and private school teams. McDonogh's Dom Damico, who guilded the Eagles to an 11-0 season and the MIAA A Conference championship, shared Coach of the Year honors with Fort Hill's Todd Appel, whose Sentinels finished 14-0 with the Class 1A state title. DeMatha wide receiver Cameron Phillips, who is headed to Virginia Tech, was named Offensive Player of the Year. Middletown lineman Ricky Leonard, committed to Florida State. was named Defensive Player of the Year.
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By Peter Baker | March 10, 1991
Tomorrow evening in Annapolis, the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishermen's Association has scheduled a rally and march to the statehouse to show support for Senate Bill 575, which proposes to make rockfish a gamefish in Maryland waters.Supporters of the bill are asked to meet in the parking lot of Navy Marine Corps Stadium off Rowe Boulevard at 6:30 p.m. The march will start at 7 p.m.Previously, marchers had been asked to bring fishing rods and signs showing support for the bill. Only hand-held signs will be permitted in the march.
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By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | March 18, 2013
For the second time in three years, no Maryland school was among the 68 selected for the NCAA men's basketball tournament. But coaches and observers say that fact combined with a relative down period for the University of Maryland have obscured an overall upswing in the state's college basketball scene. Highlights from 2012-2013 included: Loyola winning 20 games for the second straight season, Towson staging a historic turnaround from 1-31 to 18-13 and tied for second in the Colonial Athletic Association and Mount St. Mary's going to the final of the Northeast Conference tournament under a first-year coach.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff Writer | October 5, 1992
Every fall, after the high school soccer season is over, a second season arrives for a select few looking to take their skills one step higher.For three Liberty juniors, making the Maryland state select team of the Olympic Development Program is something they have down pat.Kevin Henderson and Travis Foote have played for two years in the program, coached by Delaware Tech's Joe Brown. Mike Sheehan made it for the first time last year."It's just a higher level of soccer," Henderson said. "There are a lot of great players surrounding you which makes you that much better."
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December 13, 1994
TOWSON STATE WOMEN (0-4) at MARYLAND (4-2)Site: Cole Field House, College ParkTime: 7:30Radio: WITH (1230 AM)Outlook: The Terps have won 25 straight over state opponents and haven't lost to a state team in coach Chris Weller's 19 seasons. Maryland and Towson State have played each other once, a 107-51 Terps victory in 1991. Both teams are shooting under 37 percent. Maryland seems to have regrouped from a 66-point loss to top-ranked Tennessee on Dec. 4 with a victory over Rutgers on Saturday.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | March 10, 1991
Severna Park Middle School eighth-grader Michael Daugard said he waspretty excited about trying out for the Olympic Development Program state select boys soccer team.Imagine how he feels now that he's made it.Daugard and five other members of the 1977 Severna Park Blazers youth soccer team recently were chosen after taking part in four tryouts, including two at Anne Arundel Community College.Also picked was Scott Vane, a member of the 1978 Severna Park Stingers.The locals are among a group of 25 who will travel to a regional selection camp in Binghamton, N.Y., during the summer in hopes of making the Region I team, something 13-year-old Crofton resident Tim Main accomplished last year.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | October 5, 1992
His feet may be small -- a mere 8 1/2 inches -- but his kicks are long. No county soccer player has a more powerful foot than Atholton High's Alex Denno.Denno, a senior whose passion is defense, routinely mesmerizes opponents and fans with kicks that soar 75 yards in the air.Such power can create instant offense for the Raiders, because they have speedster Derek Phillips on the receiving end.Such power also serves Atholton well on busted dead-ball scoring opportunities such as corner kicks and throw-ins.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1998
RICHMOND, Va. -- It took a hot-shooting South Carolina State team less than 12 minutes last night to knock most of the confidence out of Morgan State and defuse any talk of a Morgan showdown with Coppin State in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championship game today.The second-seeded Bulldogs apparently were inspired over some remarks made Thursday night by Morgan senior point guard Lorenzo Hutchinson, and tore through the third-seeded Bears (12-16) for an 82-69 victory in a tournament semifinal.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | December 15, 1998
For a Coppin State team that is experiencing growing pains, the Howard Bison could not have arrived at a better time.Coming off Saturday's disappointing home loss to Morgan, Coppin rebounded from a mostly lethargic first half last night on the way to an 80-56 win before 1,307 at the Coppin Center.It was far from pretty, but Coppin (2-7, 1-1 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) did have four players in double figures -- led by Fred Warrick's 19.The Eagles, the lowest-scoring team in the MEAC going into last night (59.3 points per game)
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2013
The Florida State team that Maryland was to face here Wednesday night will be a different one from the Seminoles the Terps saw in College Park three weeks ago. Maryland hopes that it will be a different team as well -- one that builds a big early lead and doesn't collapse. In what second-year coach Mark Turgeon called his team's “toughest” loss of the season, Maryland led by 12 points in the first half and by nine at halftime. That's when the Terps began their long stretch of cold shooting and Maryland wound up losing by three, 65-62.
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By Katherine Dunn | December 21, 2012
The Maryland Media Consensus All-State High School Football Teams were announced Friday. Chosen from the Big School and Small School All-State teams announced Thursday, these are the best of the best. Offensive Player of the Year : Kendall Fuller, Good Counsel Defensive Player of the Year : Henry Poggi, Gilman Co-Coaches of the Year : DaLawn Parrish, Wise; Kevin Lynott, Middletown 2012 CONSENSUS ALL-STATE  FOOTBALL TEAMS                                                                           OFFENSE  QB: Shane Cockerille, Gilman, Sr.    QB: Deryk Kern,  Westminster, Sr.                                                   RB: Lavon Chaney, South River, Sr.                                              RB: Dorian O'Daniel, Good Counsel, Sr.                                               RB: Darius Victor, Northwestern-PG, Sr.                                                     OL: Justin Falcinelli, Middletown,  Jr.   OL: Antonio Harris, Wise,  Sr.                                                   OL: Moise Larose, Wilde Lake,  Sr.                                             ...
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By Daniel Popper and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2012
As a senior at Poly in 2009, Antoine Goodson was a star quarterback garnering legitimate interest from Division I football programs, including Maryland, Georgia Tech and West Virginia. In his first two games that season, Goodson accounted for 635 total yards and eight touchdowns. But his dream turned into a nightmare less than a month into the season when he suffered a dislocated throwing shoulder; Goodson would eventually need surgery to repair ligament damage. After the injuries, not a single Division I program remained interested in him as a quarterback.
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By Edward Lee and Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 10, 2012
MEN No. 1 seed Loyola (14-1) Coming up: Vs. Canisius, Saturday, 5 p.m. Comment: This will be the first meeting between the Greyhounds and the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference champion Golden Griffins (6-7). Junior attackman Mike Sawyer is the first Loyola player to be named a finalist for the Tewaaraton Award, presented annually to the top college player. No. 2 Johns Hopkins (11-3) Coming up: Vs. Stony Brook, Saturday, 3 p.m. Comment: This is also the first meeting between the visiting Seawolves and the Blue Jays.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | February 18, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- If the game of basketball were strictly a physical endeavor, the Maryland women's players would have a sizable edge virtually every time they step on the court.But lately, mental lapses have stripped a portion of the physical edge away for the No. 12 Terps.As a result, they've fallen out of The Associated Press top 10 for the first time since Nov. 27, 1991, a period of 27 straight weeks."Some members of the team could be more focused and they understand that. They're working on it. They haven't given up on their abilities, by any means," said Chris Weller, whose team has lost two of its past five games to teams in the lower end of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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