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By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 5, 2006
Havre de Grace goalie Grant Steelman gambled on a play in the closing minutes of last week's game with Joppatowne. Steelman stopped a close shot, and the ball skidded and bounced toward the left corner. Two Joppatowne players took off after it, but so did Steelman. The 6-foot-1, 270-pound, left-handed goalie caught up, split the pair of Mariners, reached out with his stick and nearly beat them to the ball before it rolled out of bounds. He wasn't afraid to take a chance, and that shows how Steelman has changed since last year.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2012
Quarterbacks Trent Steelman and Keenan Reynolds will come into Saturday's Army-Navy game at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia from nearly opposite directions. The 113th meeting between the service academies will be Steelman's last game in a collegiate career in which he set Army records for rushing touchdowns (44) and consecutive starts (32), but led the Black Knights to only one winning season (7-6 in 2010). It will mark the seventh career start for Reynolds. The first Navy quarterback to start a game as a freshman in more than two decades, Reynolds has accounted for 17 touchdowns (eight passing)
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN REPORTER | May 18, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- Sometimes, he thought about it on days when temperatures climbed as high as 130 degrees. Sometimes, he daydreamed of it when he was in the middle of a 14-hour shift, guarding some of the most dangerous militants in Iraq. Sometimes, it popped into his head when he was wolfing down packages of Skittles, which his mother had shipped to Baghdad, hoping to give him a small taste of home. Army Sgt. Nathan Steelman didn't think about baseball very often during his 15 months overseas, but it happened occasionally.
EXPLORE
September 19, 2011
In August, APG Federal Credit Union honored Peggy Steelman, member loan specialist, with an award presentation for 30 years of service to the credit union. In 1981, Steelman, a resident of Harford County, was hired as a loan processor and was promoted to loan officer two years later. In 2003, her title was changed to member loan specialist with the implementation of APGFCU's Member Loan Center in Edgewood. She has been underwriting loan applications for the past 28 years and is an integral part of the credit union's success, credit union manager say.
NEWS
June 29, 2003
DR. JOHN FISHER BENSON, M.D. of High Point, N.C. died Wednesday, June 25, 2003 returning from the beach where he had been celebrating his 80th birthday with his children and grandchildren. Dr. Benson was a retired specialist in Rheumatology. After earning a B.S. from the University of Maryland in 1945, where he also completed medical school in 1947, he married the late Alene Bradley Benson in 1948. After serving in a MASH unit in Korea, he opened the High Point Rheumatology Clinic in 1955.
BUSINESS
By Patricia Horn and Patricia Horn,Sun Staff Writer | August 21, 1994
A $6.7 million Montgomery County jury award to a Rockville condominium association -- one of the largest jury awards in a condominium construction defect case in Maryland -- may help other homeowners win compensation in similar cases, lawyers familiar with the case said.The case is significant because it allows plaintiffs to collect money for attorney's fees, which would enable more groups to sue builders, according to the plaintiff's attorney, Barry L. Steelman of Baltimore.For the first time, a jury granted condominium owners compensation under the state's Consumer Protection Act, an act that protects consumers from products sold using unfair or deceptive trade practices.
FEATURES
September 6, 1991
The Jewish Community Center is sponsoring a playwrighting contest for students in grades five through 12 in conjunction with the upcoming Jewish Book Fair to be held Nov. 10-21.Entries will be submitted to one of three categories: plays of 15 minutes for students in grades five and six; plays of 20 minutes for students in grades seven through nine; plays of 25 minutes for students in grades 10 through 12.Plays must be the original work of the submitting student. The scripts must be typed or written clearly in ink. No collaborations or team efforts will be accepted.
NEWS
April 5, 2006
ANNE ARUNDEL -- Archbishop Spalding senior Lauren O'Malley won't swing until she gets her pitch, and her patience usually pays off. BALTIMORE COUNTY -- Notre Dame Prep's Caitlyn McFadden has been around sports since birth, so it comes as no surprise that she has become a standout in three of them. CARROLL -- After starting last season on the junior varsity lacrosse team, Nate Eyler of Francis Scott Key has made his mark as a standout defenseman. HARFORD -- After a successful debut season last year, lacrosse goalie Grant Steelman of Havre de Grace has become a confident, aggressive leader.
NEWS
March 24, 1991
Coach: Bruce Riley, second season.Assistants: Joe Alex, Ed Herbold.Last year's record: 9-3.Starters lost: 5.Top returnees: Greg Martin, jr., A; Jeff Forbes, sr., A; Justin Zimmerman, sr., M; Jon Snyder, sr., D; Bill Steelman, sr., G; Kent Doyle, A, sr., Kevin Lassahn, sr., M; Tim Walter, sr., M; Adam Milanoski, sr., D.Newcomers: Rob Smallwood, jr., M; Kevin Vail, sr., D; Tom Jones, sr., D; Harry Watson, jr., M; Corey McLaughlin, jr., M.Coach's outlook: We...
NEWS
By Erika Hobbs and Erika Hobbs,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 26, 2003
RESEARCHERS piecing together Elkton's Colonial past might be one step closer in their quest to locate what they believe could be one of the earliest European settlements and trading posts on American soil. Archaeologists at Elk Landing - a preserved, 62-acre site in Cecil County that served as a Colonial commerce hub and crossroads for early wars - have excavated relics that might point to the existence of a settlement that historians have long been seeking and have been unable to verify through the structures that remain on the pastoral land.
SPORTS
By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN REPORTER | May 18, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- Sometimes, he thought about it on days when temperatures climbed as high as 130 degrees. Sometimes, he daydreamed of it when he was in the middle of a 14-hour shift, guarding some of the most dangerous militants in Iraq. Sometimes, it popped into his head when he was wolfing down packages of Skittles, which his mother had shipped to Baghdad, hoping to give him a small taste of home. Army Sgt. Nathan Steelman didn't think about baseball very often during his 15 months overseas, but it happened occasionally.
NEWS
By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 24, 2006
Havre de Grace boys lacrosse coach Jason Alford had a party for his team last Friday night. The players got together, had a cookout, laughed and enjoyed themselves. The Warriors had reason to celebrate, having beaten county rival Joppatowne, 7-4, earlier in the week to win the Class 2A-1A South regional title, the first for the program in school history. Havre de Grace advanced to the final four, where it lost to Loch Raven, 12-6, on Saturday at South Carroll. But Alford wasn't too upset.
SPORTS
By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 21, 2006
Loch Raven's Danny Hunter and Eric Friant showed Havre de Grace why they were the Raiders' top two scoring threats this season. Hunter had five goals and one assist and Friant added five goals to help Loch Raven take a big early lead en route to a 12-6 victory over Havre de Grace in the Class 2A-1A state semifinal yesterday at South Carroll. Loch Raven (12-4) reached its first state title game, which is Wednesday against defending champion Parkside at 4 p.m. at UMBC. This also was Havre de Grace's first appearance in the state final four.
NEWS
April 5, 2006
ANNE ARUNDEL -- Archbishop Spalding senior Lauren O'Malley won't swing until she gets her pitch, and her patience usually pays off. BALTIMORE COUNTY -- Notre Dame Prep's Caitlyn McFadden has been around sports since birth, so it comes as no surprise that she has become a standout in three of them. CARROLL -- After starting last season on the junior varsity lacrosse team, Nate Eyler of Francis Scott Key has made his mark as a standout defenseman. HARFORD -- After a successful debut season last year, lacrosse goalie Grant Steelman of Havre de Grace has become a confident, aggressive leader.
NEWS
By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 5, 2006
Havre de Grace goalie Grant Steelman gambled on a play in the closing minutes of last week's game with Joppatowne. Steelman stopped a close shot, and the ball skidded and bounced toward the left corner. Two Joppatowne players took off after it, but so did Steelman. The 6-foot-1, 270-pound, left-handed goalie caught up, split the pair of Mariners, reached out with his stick and nearly beat them to the ball before it rolled out of bounds. He wasn't afraid to take a chance, and that shows how Steelman has changed since last year.
NEWS
By Erika Hobbs and Erika Hobbs,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 26, 2003
RESEARCHERS piecing together Elkton's Colonial past might be one step closer in their quest to locate what they believe could be one of the earliest European settlements and trading posts on American soil. Archaeologists at Elk Landing - a preserved, 62-acre site in Cecil County that served as a Colonial commerce hub and crossroads for early wars - have excavated relics that might point to the existence of a settlement that historians have long been seeking and have been unable to verify through the structures that remain on the pastoral land.
SPORTS
By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 21, 2006
Loch Raven's Danny Hunter and Eric Friant showed Havre de Grace why they were the Raiders' top two scoring threats this season. Hunter had five goals and one assist and Friant added five goals to help Loch Raven take a big early lead en route to a 12-6 victory over Havre de Grace in the Class 2A-1A state semifinal yesterday at South Carroll. Loch Raven (12-4) reached its first state title game, which is Wednesday against defending champion Parkside at 4 p.m. at UMBC. This also was Havre de Grace's first appearance in the state final four.
NEWS
By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 24, 2006
Havre de Grace boys lacrosse coach Jason Alford had a party for his team last Friday night. The players got together, had a cookout, laughed and enjoyed themselves. The Warriors had reason to celebrate, having beaten county rival Joppatowne, 7-4, earlier in the week to win the Class 2A-1A South regional title, the first for the program in school history. Havre de Grace advanced to the final four, where it lost to Loch Raven, 12-6, on Saturday at South Carroll. But Alford wasn't too upset.
NEWS
June 29, 2003
DR. JOHN FISHER BENSON, M.D. of High Point, N.C. died Wednesday, June 25, 2003 returning from the beach where he had been celebrating his 80th birthday with his children and grandchildren. Dr. Benson was a retired specialist in Rheumatology. After earning a B.S. from the University of Maryland in 1945, where he also completed medical school in 1947, he married the late Alene Bradley Benson in 1948. After serving in a MASH unit in Korea, he opened the High Point Rheumatology Clinic in 1955.
NEWS
By Mike Bowler and Mike Bowler,SUN STAFF | April 24, 1996
EVERY YEAR when the Scholastic Assessment Test scores come out, the choir on the right hauls out the hymnals and sings: "See, money makes no difference!"The song goes something like this: The states that score well on the SAT are relatively low-spending. Conversely, high-spending states such as Maryland perform relatively poorly -- in Maryland's case in the middle of the national pack.Southern politicians swell with pride. Mississippi, one of the poorest states economically, ranks in the teens among the 50 states if only raw scores are considered.
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