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January 16, 1991
County participants, all high school seniors, in the state Talent inthe Arts competition were honored by the Board of Education at the Jan. 9 monthly meeting.Students from South Carroll High are:* Judith Franklin, Jennifer Kuipers, and Nicol Purdy, honorable mention in art.* Paula Moyer, semifinalist in instrumental music.* Stephanie Roberts, semifinalist in dance.Students from Liberty High are:* Danielle Haslam, Jenesse Jordan and Tracey Watts, honorable mention in drama.* Steven Lyons, honorable mention in vocal music.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 26, 1996
On Sept. 17, the women's soccer program at Loyola reached the pinnacle of its five-year existence, earning its first Mid-Atlantic regional ranking. That night, the Greyhounds suffered the second of three consecutive defeats, 3-1 at Navy, and tumbled from the poll.They've picked themselves up, however, building a 9-4-1 record and seven-game unbeaten streak. The Greyhounds had four consecutive shutouts until Sunday's 7-1 rout of Iona, which improved their Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference record to 4-0-1.
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By From Staff Reports | June 15, 1993
Florian Schneider, a 6-foot-6 forward, and DeRon Robinson, a 6-1 Notesguard, have signed letters of intent to play for Towson State, and Loyola has signed 5-11 guard Milton Williams.Schneider (13 points, 10 rebounds, six assists) played his senior year at North Allegheny High in Wexford, Pa.Robinson (19.8 ppg) was a two-year starter for W.T. Woodson High in Fairfax, Va., where he shot 54 percent from the field (40 percent on three-pointers).Williams averaged 16 points, 5.8 assists and 3.0 steals for Grimsley High in Greensboro, N.C.* LOYOLA WOMEN'S SOCCER: Signed Lauren Szczepaniak (Mercy)
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By From Staff Reports | September 3, 1994
Loyola, Maryland and UMBC figure to be the area's top Division I women's soccer teams, and Notre Dame is expected to contend for a berth in the Division III national tournament. A look at the teams:Division ILOYOLA: Nine starters from last season's 13-4-3 team return for head coach Dave Gerrity. Juniors Lynn Tasca, Kiera Scharfenberger and Shannon Gillon, along with sophomore G Mary Clark, lead a defensive unit that allowed just 24 goals last season. On offense, sophomore Stephanie Roberts -- who tied for the team scoring title with 19 points -- returns.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | November 24, 1992
It didn't take long for Severna Park forward Stephanie Roberts to pick out her favorite goal this season.Considering that she scored 22 goals -- many coming in crucial situations -- the decision could have taken hours. Maybe weeks.The winner? Her goal against rival Chesapeake last month with the Falcons losing, 2-1, and less than two minutes remaining."I always look back on that one," said Roberts, 17, The Baltimore Sun's Anne Arundel County Player of the Year. "I was walking around and someone yelled, 'Five minutes left, five minutes left.
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By Alan Widmann | November 20, 1990
The green goalie's cap bearing the word "unbeatable" was not something Severna Park coach Joyce Stefancik expected to be wearing at the end of this season.But the cap, presented by goalkeeper Tami Riley, was firmly in place after Severna Park ended its season the way it had begun, with a hard-earned, 2-1 victory over Oakland Mills.Saturday's win gave the Falcons their third straight state 3A-4A title and kept them unbeaten (46-0-1) since losing the 1987 Region IV final to eventual state champion Old Mill.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | May 27, 1993
An emotionally drained South Carroll girls lacrosse team didn't have enough to cope with three-time defending state champion Severna Park last night.The slow-starting Falcons (16-0) turned their game up in the second half and dominated South Carroll on the way to a 14-6 victory in the Class 3A-4A state championship game at Catonsville Community College.Severna Park put on a clinic in the second half after overcoming two early leads for a 7-4 halftime advantage over the Cavaliers (10-6).The third-ranked Falcons, with four straight state titles, showed superior stickwork, passing, checking and talent over the final 25 minutes.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | May 27, 1993
An emotionally drained South Carroll girls lacrosse team didn't have enough to cope with three-time defending state champion Severna Park last night.The slow-starting Falcons (16-0) turned their game up in the second half and dominated South Carroll on the way to a 14-6 victory in the Class 3A-4A state championship game at Catonsville Community College.Severna Park put on a clinic in the second half after overcoming two early leads for a 7-4 halftime advantage over the Cavaliers (10-6).The third-ranked Falcons, with four straight state titles, showed superior stickwork, passing, checking and talent over the final 25 minutes.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | April 15, 1994
When Loyola's women's lacrosse players heard Monday that they had moved to No. 1 in the national rankings, they thought someone had confused them with the men's team, which had earned its own top ranking the day before.The Greyhounds never expected to jump from No. 2 despite a 12-0 start and one of the toughest schedules in the nation.For the past two weeks, Maryland sat at No. 1 and Loyola figured the Terrapins had a lock on that spot unless they lost."We were really surprised," said Gina Roberts, a senior midfielder from Severna Park.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | October 20, 1991
Severna Park girls soccer coach Joyce Stefancik walked off the fieldof Chesapeake High School Stadium on Friday night feeling like the best team hadn't won.But it hadn't lost either."
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | April 15, 1994
When Loyola's women's lacrosse players heard Monday that they had moved to No. 1 in the national rankings, they thought someone had confused them with the men's team, which had earned its own top ranking the day before.The Greyhounds never expected to jump from No. 2 despite a 12-0 start and one of the toughest schedules in the nation.For the past two weeks, Maryland sat at No. 1 and Loyola figured the Terrapins had a lock on that spot unless they lost."We were really surprised," said Gina Roberts, a senior midfielder from Severna Park.
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By From Staff Reports | June 15, 1993
Florian Schneider, a 6-foot-6 forward, and DeRon Robinson, a 6-1 Notesguard, have signed letters of intent to play for Towson State, and Loyola has signed 5-11 guard Milton Williams.Schneider (13 points, 10 rebounds, six assists) played his senior year at North Allegheny High in Wexford, Pa.Robinson (19.8 ppg) was a two-year starter for W.T. Woodson High in Fairfax, Va., where he shot 54 percent from the field (40 percent on three-pointers).Williams averaged 16 points, 5.8 assists and 3.0 steals for Grimsley High in Greensboro, N.C.* LOYOLA WOMEN'S SOCCER: Signed Lauren Szczepaniak (Mercy)
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | May 27, 1993
An emotionally drained South Carroll girls lacrosse team didn't have enough to cope with three-time defending state champion Severna Park last night.The slow-starting Falcons (16-0) turned their game up in the second half and dominated South Carroll on the way to a 14-6 victory in the Class 3A-4A state championship game at Catonsville Community College.Severna Park put on a clinic in the second half after overcoming two early leads for a 7-4 halftime advantage over the Cavaliers (10-6).The third-ranked Falcons, with four straight state titles, showed superior stickwork, passing, checking and talent over the final 25 minutes.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | May 27, 1993
An emotionally drained South Carroll girls lacrosse team didn't have enough to cope with three-time defending state champion Severna Park last night.The slow-starting Falcons (16-0) turned their game up in the second half and dominated South Carroll on the way to a 14-6 victory in the Class 3A-4A state championship game at Catonsville Community College.Severna Park put on a clinic in the second half after overcoming two early leads for a 7-4 halftime advantage over the Cavaliers (10-6).The third-ranked Falcons, with four straight state titles, showed superior stickwork, passing, checking and talent over the final 25 minutes.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | November 24, 1992
It didn't take long for Severna Park forward Stephanie Roberts to pick out her favorite goal this season.Considering that she scored 22 goals -- many coming in crucial situations -- the decision could have taken hours. Maybe weeks.The winner? Her goal against rival Chesapeake last month with the Falcons losing, 2-1, and less than two minutes remaining."I always look back on that one," said Roberts, 17, The Baltimore Sun's Anne Arundel County Player of the Year. "I was walking around and someone yelled, 'Five minutes left, five minutes left.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | October 20, 1991
Severna Park girls soccer coach Joyce Stefancik walked off the fieldof Chesapeake High School Stadium on Friday night feeling like the best team hadn't won.But it hadn't lost either."
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | September 3, 1994
Loyola, Maryland and UMBC figure to be the area's top Division I women's soccer teams, and Notre Dame is expected to contend for a berth in the Division III national tournament. A look at the teams:Division ILOYOLA: Nine starters from last season's 13-4-3 team return for head coach Dave Gerrity. Juniors Lynn Tasca, Kiera Scharfenberger and Shannon Gillon, along with sophomore G Mary Clark, lead a defensive unit that allowed just 24 goals last season. On offense, sophomore Stephanie Roberts -- who tied for the team scoring title with 19 points -- returns.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 26, 1996
On Sept. 17, the women's soccer program at Loyola reached the pinnacle of its five-year existence, earning its first Mid-Atlantic regional ranking. That night, the Greyhounds suffered the second of three consecutive defeats, 3-1 at Navy, and tumbled from the poll.They've picked themselves up, however, building a 9-4-1 record and seven-game unbeaten streak. The Greyhounds had four consecutive shutouts until Sunday's 7-1 rout of Iona, which improved their Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference record to 4-0-1.
NEWS
January 16, 1991
County participants, all high school seniors, in the state Talent inthe Arts competition were honored by the Board of Education at the Jan. 9 monthly meeting.Students from South Carroll High are:* Judith Franklin, Jennifer Kuipers, and Nicol Purdy, honorable mention in art.* Paula Moyer, semifinalist in instrumental music.* Stephanie Roberts, semifinalist in dance.Students from Liberty High are:* Danielle Haslam, Jenesse Jordan and Tracey Watts, honorable mention in drama.* Steven Lyons, honorable mention in vocal music.
SPORTS
By Alan Widmann | November 20, 1990
The green goalie's cap bearing the word "unbeatable" was not something Severna Park coach Joyce Stefancik expected to be wearing at the end of this season.But the cap, presented by goalkeeper Tami Riley, was firmly in place after Severna Park ended its season the way it had begun, with a hard-earned, 2-1 victory over Oakland Mills.Saturday's win gave the Falcons their third straight state 3A-4A title and kept them unbeaten (46-0-1) since losing the 1987 Region IV final to eventual state champion Old Mill.
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