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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Contributing Writer | November 2, 1992
Chesapeake-AA has won only two games this season, so Cougars running back Brandon Steinheim's performances tend to get overlooked.But Steinheim entered the weekend as Anne Arundel County's leading rusher (1,211 yards) and second-leading scorer (86 points).And opposing coaches are noticing."He could have made my team," Severna Park coach Andy Borland said. "He's a load to bring down for as little as he is. Unless you wrap him up you can't bring him down. And he really hits hard."Steinheim, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound senior, added to his impressive numbers in a 40-7 loss to Annapolis on Friday by rushing for 120 yards and scoring on a 10-yard run.Records, streaks, milestones* City's 26-0 win over Calvert Hall on Saturday extended the area's longest winning streak to 17.* Sparrows Point's 20-6 victory over Milford Mill on Friday ended the area's longest losing streak at 30. Lansdowne, which lost to Parkville 42-0 on Friday, now owns the area's longest losing streak, 20 games.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | September 22, 2002
Severna Park's football team scored just one touchdown Friday night, but that's all the Falcons needed to thwart Chesapeake's hopes of starting 3-0. Junior linebacker Alex Kin led the defense and senior quarterback David Horn passed for the game's only touchdown as Severna Park edged Chesapeake, 7-0. In the process, the Cougars' shot at winning its first three games for the first time since 1988 was denied. The 1988 team was the first for current coach Tom Kraning. It finished that season 5-5. Chesapeake's record for fast starts is 4-0, set in 1987, but that team lost its last six games under Denis Schanberger.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | December 17, 1995
It was a record-breaking season for Wesley's football team, and for Brandon Steinheim (Chesapeake) in particular.Wesley broke or tied 28 school records and was one of only two teams in Division III in the top 10 in both total offense and defense. Steinheim, a junior tailback, was named to Football Gazette's Division III All-America first team after breaking a batch of Wesley records, including touchdowns in a season (17). He tied a Division III mark with 10 consecutive 100-yard rushing games.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | September 5, 2002
Today No. 10 Annapolis (0-0) at No. 6 Meade (0-0) Time: 7:15 p.m. Outlook: After losing this big season-opener, 28-6, last fall, Meade (10-2 last year) didn't lose again until the Class 4A state semifinals. Annapolis (8-3 last year) went onto the 3A quarterfinals. Each is a county and playoff contender again, which means a lot of playoff points for the winner down the road. Senior running back Hassan Muhammad II makes his Anne Arundel County debut with the Mustangs after playing at Oakland Mills and Cardinal Gibbons and will be one of several speedy running backs on both sides.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | November 27, 1994
Former Chesapeake All-County running back Brandon Steinheim is in line for All-American honors.Steinheim, a sophomore at Wesley College (8-2) in Dover, Del., led the nation in punt returns and is believed to have set an NCAA Division III record. He averaged 42.2 yards a return this fall at Wesley.The 5-foot-9, 170-pound speedster's longest of 10 runbacks was 91 yards, and he had a 97-yarder that was called back.According to record keepers at Wesley and at Division III headquarters, no one has ever averaged more than 40 yards a return.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | October 6, 1991
Chesapeake football coach Tom Kraning says his star running back is so unpretentious, "he reminds me of Wally from the 'Leave It to Beaver' show.""He's kind of the Wally Cleaver of Pasadena," he says, knowing that opposing tacklers don't find junior Brandon Steinheim quite so harmless.Certainly not Severna Park, which allowed Steinheim 121 yards rushing on only 11 carries last month. Or Glen Burnie, victimized by his95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown the previous week.Both ofthose games, and an earlier meeting at Old Mill, ended in Chesapeakelosses, pushing one of the county's most productive players deeper into the background.
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By DOUG BROWN and DOUG BROWN,SUN STAFF | October 14, 1995
Junior Brandon Steinheim (Chesapeake) was the key to the ground game as Wesley College marched unbeaten through its first five games.Steinheim went over the 100-yard mark in all five games, tying a school record. Against William Paterson, he gained 115 yards on 14 attempts and had touchdown runs of 50 and 6 yards. Entering today's game against Curry, he is 71 shy of 1,000 career yards.Linebacker Nate Casella (Wilde Lake) combined with three other Wesley defenders for 14 sacks and 19 tackles for losses.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | April 21, 1993
Twice in the top of the fifth inning, base runner Brandon Steinheim intentionally hit the deck. The first time produced the game's only run and the second time resulted in a trip to the hospital as Chesapeake nipped 13th-ranked Broadneck, 1-0.The lone run was all Cougars junior left-hander Jason White needed to best Bruins senior right-hander Chris Sutch.Steinheim, known for staying on his feet as an All-County running back for the Cougars in football, duped Broadneck catcher Todd Bramble into making a throw he didn't want to make, enabling John Klug to score from third.
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January 25, 1994
Three Pasadena men have been charged with breaking into George Fox Middle School during the weekend, but authorities say nothing appears to have been taken.Police arrived at the school in the 7900 block of Outing Ave. a few minutes after midnight Saturday, when the burglar alarm sounded.Officers say the men escaped through a window. Two men were caught outside the school, police say. A third man has been charged in an arrest warrant.Charged with breaking and entering were: Thomas Daniel Green, 29, of the 1200 block of Ripple Court; Jerrold Bryan Fisher, 25, of the 700 block of 206th St.; and Scott Jeffery Steinheim, 24, of the 7700 block of Lee Dr. Mr. Steinheim was being sought yesterday, police say.
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August 30, 1992
Head coach: Tom Kraning (fifth season).Assistant coaches: Jim Simms, Paul Tolle, Bernie Williams and Chip Snyder.1991 record: 1-9.Returnees: Seniors Brandon Steinheim (HB), Brian Pitzer (FB), Howard Oden (C), Rich Welsh (QB), John Coomes (LB-OG), Mark Downey (LB) and Howard Parker (SE-S); juniors Keith Weaver (HB), David Jennings (FB-DE), Matt Rush (LB) and Marcus Smith (DT).Newcomers: Seniors Jason Green (OT-DT) and Mark Shafer (DE); juniors Larry Barath (LB), Jeff Everhart (OG), Brian Doyle (S)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | October 15, 1998
Annapolis running back Rayvon Johnson became the first county player to crack the 1,000-yard rushing mark this season, running for 147 yards in the Panthers' 21-0 victory over North County last Friday.Johnson's 1,019 yards rank second only to the 1,093 by Broadneck's Martel Threadgill, who went over 1,000 in the seventh-ranked Bruins' 39-0 romp at Laurel on Saturday.The long, storied tradition of Annapolis football (one of three county teams to win a state title, 1978) has been accented by its relentless running attack with a patented quick trap.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | September 8, 1996
A man posing as a job-seeker pulled a gun on employees at Boston Market in Glen Burnie Thursday and stole an undisclosed amount of money.Police said the man entered the restaurant in the 7900 block of Ritchie Highway shortly after 9 p.m. and asked for an employment application. He talked with employees and filled out the application until the store's 10 p.m. closing time, when he went to the bathroom, police said.He returned and said the toilet wasn't working. When an employee went to to check, the man pulled out a handgun and ordered the employee to escort him to the manager, police said.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | December 17, 1995
It was a record-breaking season for Wesley's football team, and for Brandon Steinheim (Chesapeake) in particular.Wesley broke or tied 28 school records and was one of only two teams in Division III in the top 10 in both total offense and defense. Steinheim, a junior tailback, was named to Football Gazette's Division III All-America first team after breaking a batch of Wesley records, including touchdowns in a season (17). He tied a Division III mark with 10 consecutive 100-yard rushing games.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1995
Greg Kyler is one of seven reasons Tennessee is so strong at wide receiver.The redshirt freshman out of Poly, possibly the fastest player on the Volunteers, caught five passes for 95 yards against Mississippi State, three for first downs. He has seven catches for 110 yards for the Vols, who are seven deep at wide receiver. There's not a senior in the bunch."Kyler can pressure the corners with his speed," said receivers coach Pat Washington. "If you sit on his routes, he'll run right by you. And when he runs by you, I don't think you can catch him."
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By DOUG BROWN and DOUG BROWN,SUN STAFF | October 14, 1995
Junior Brandon Steinheim (Chesapeake) was the key to the ground game as Wesley College marched unbeaten through its first five games.Steinheim went over the 100-yard mark in all five games, tying a school record. Against William Paterson, he gained 115 yards on 14 attempts and had touchdown runs of 50 and 6 yards. Entering today's game against Curry, he is 71 shy of 1,000 career yards.Linebacker Nate Casella (Wilde Lake) combined with three other Wesley defenders for 14 sacks and 19 tackles for losses.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | November 27, 1994
Former Chesapeake All-County running back Brandon Steinheim is in line for All-American honors.Steinheim, a sophomore at Wesley College (8-2) in Dover, Del., led the nation in punt returns and is believed to have set an NCAA Division III record. He averaged 42.2 yards a return this fall at Wesley.The 5-foot-9, 170-pound speedster's longest of 10 runbacks was 91 yards, and he had a 97-yarder that was called back.According to record keepers at Wesley and at Division III headquarters, no one has ever averaged more than 40 yards a return.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer | August 30, 1992
After back-to-back 1-9 seasons, Chesapeake football coach Tom Kraning has noticed a change in his team that even can be seen in the way his players wear their uniforms."
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | October 10, 1992
If there was any uncertainty as to who Anne Arundel County's most productive running back was, that doubt was removed last night at North County High School's Leroy G. Carter Field.Senior running back Frank Brown, who scored five times in the Knights' win over Old Mill last week, scored a school-record seven touchdowns as No. 12 North County defeated visiting and unranked Chesapeake, 52-20.Brown found the end zone on his first carries on runs of 38, 91 and 69 yards. His 69-yard run gave the Knights a 26-0 lead with 9:36 remaining in the first half.
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January 25, 1994
Three Pasadena men have been charged with breaking into George Fox Middle School during the weekend, but authorities say nothing appears to have been taken.Police arrived at the school in the 7900 block of Outing Ave. a few minutes after midnight Saturday, when the burglar alarm sounded.Officers say the men escaped through a window. Two men were caught outside the school, police say. A third man has been charged in an arrest warrant.Charged with breaking and entering were: Thomas Daniel Green, 29, of the 1200 block of Ripple Court; Jerrold Bryan Fisher, 25, of the 700 block of 206th St.; and Scott Jeffery Steinheim, 24, of the 7700 block of Lee Dr. Mr. Steinheim was being sought yesterday, police say.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | April 21, 1993
Twice in the top of the fifth inning, base runner Brandon Steinheim intentionally hit the deck. The first time produced the game's only run and the second time resulted in a trip to the hospital as Chesapeake nipped 13th-ranked Broadneck, 1-0.The lone run was all Cougars junior left-hander Jason White needed to best Bruins senior right-hander Chris Sutch.Steinheim, known for staying on his feet as an All-County running back for the Cougars in football, duped Broadneck catcher Todd Bramble into making a throw he didn't want to make, enabling John Klug to score from third.
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