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By Glenn Graham | glenn.graham@baltsun.com | March 11, 2010
It took a couple of minutes for the Milford Mill boys basketball team to settle into Thursday's Class 3A state semifinal against Stephen Decatur, but, once they got comfortable, it was apparent the No. 5 Millers had the goods to make a return trip to Comcast Center for Saturday's championship. Quicker and more athletic behind a strong inside performance from senior forward Jimmy Hamilton, the Millers gained an early advantage and had an answer for every challenge presented by their Worcester County opponent to come away with a 69-41 win. Hamilton scored 16 points and added 12 rebounds; Isaiah McCray, Anthony Goode and Troy Branch finished with nine points each; and the Millers (24-3)
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From Sun staff reports | May 18, 2013
A two-out double in the seventh inning broke up a perfect game for sophomore right-hander Nick Delp, but host and No. 1 Calvert Hall held on for a 2-0 victory over No. 13 Archbishop Curley in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference baseball playoffs Friday night. Delp finished the one-hitter for the Cardinals, who will face No. 2 Gilman on Sunday at 5 p.m. at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. Calvert Hall must beat the Greyhounds in two straight games to win the title, while Gilman - as the winner's bracket champion - needs to win only one. Stephen Decatur 3, No. 9 Reservoir 1: Two days after a 6-5 regional semifinal win over two-time defending state champion J.M. Bennett, the visiting Gators fell to the Seahawks in the Class 3A East state regional championship game.
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By Sam Davis and Sam Davis,Staff Writer | March 14, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Overlea High made it 3-for-3 for Baltimore County in the state tournament semifinals last night, defeating Stephen Decatur, 53-29, in a Class 2A game at Cole Field House.The Falcons will meet Prince George's County's Forestville in today's 6 p.m. championship game. Forestville defeated Walkersville, 85-80, in last night's other 2A semifinal.Overlea joined Catonsville (3A) and Milford Mill (1A) which had already advanced to today's state finals in two other classifications.
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By Brent Kennedy Baltimore Sun Media Group | May 14, 2013
After starting the day 0-for-3 at the plate, River Hill leadoff batter Kat Varga came through when it mattered most. Against Atholton in the Class 3A East softball semifinals Monday, Varga delivered RBI singles in her final two at-bats, including a walk-off hit in the eighth to seal a comeback win, 7-6, for River Hill (14-5). "I was not hitting all game. I kept hitting to the same spot every time, and I was so angry," said Varga, who had two flyouts to left and a strikeout to open her afternoon.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | November 18, 2000
BERLIN - Todd Leitzel ran for 156 yards and four touchdowns and No. 7 Hereford breezed to a Class 2A state quarterfinal victory last night, defeating Stephen Decatur, 40-7. The Bulls (10-0), state champs in 1997, advance to the state semifinals to play Urbana at 7 p.m. Friday. Hereford's offensive line dominated the Seahawks (8-3), whose only previous state playoff appearance was in 1988. The Bulls' linemen opened holes good for 340 yards rushing. Josh Morris had 112 yards and one touchdown, and broke a 43-yard run for the game's first touchdown with 7:17 remaining in the first quarter.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 22, 2003
In last weekend's Class 2A regional semifinal, Aberdeen's much-heralded offense needed most of the first half to finally score a touchdown. The Eagles had no such problems last night. Host and ninth-ranked Aberdeen (10-1) scored on all seven of its first-half possessions - and on all but two for the game - and built a 42-point halftime lead en route to a 57-27 victory over Berlin's Stephen Decatur (10-2) in the Class 2A East championship game. Maryland-bound quarterback Erin Henderson led the Aberdeen attack, throwing for four touchdowns and rushing for another as Aberdeen earned its first regional football championship.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | November 16, 2002
Towson's boys soccer team had not been to a state final since 1991, and its coach, Randy Dase, said that may have been the biggest reason for the Generals' 3-2 loss to Stephen Decatur last night in the Class 2A championship game at UMBC. Senior midfielder Terry Gallo scored the game-winner on a header with just under 15 minutes to play, ending a wild 12 1/2 minutes and giving the Seahawks (14-1-1) their first state title in program history. It was the also first state title in any sport for the Worcester County school since 1986.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2012
No. 10 River Hill played defense early in the Class 4A-3A East Region dual championship Thursday night and came from behind to beat Stephen Decatur, 39-27, to advance to Saturday's state dual meet semifinals. "We were a little nervous when we were down 18 points or something," River Hill sophomore Cory Daniels said. "I knew we had to get back up. " After fighting just to stay close in the early matches, Daniels started the rally with a 16-0 tech fall at 170 pounds that got River Hill on the board with five points.
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By KATHERINE DUNN and KATHERINE DUNN,SUN REPORTER | May 24, 2006
After last night's state championship victory, Mount Hebron's girls lacrosse team rushed the field, collapsing into a big, giggly pile in the middle of the UMBC Stadium field. The Vikings polished off a 19-0 season with their 97th straight victory, a 16-0 romp over Stephen Decatur, the first Eastern Shore team to reach the girls state championship. This Class 3A-2A crown is the 10th straight title for the Vikings and their 14th in the 17 years of the state tournament. You'd think this would get old after a while, considering none of these Vikings nor their fifth-year coach, Brooke Kuhl-McClelland, has ever lost a game much less a state final, but the girls say no. "This year is my senior year and we realize this is never going to happen again," said defender Ashley German.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | November 1, 2011
The Reservoir girls soccer team had to battle through an uneven regular season that featured more losses than wins, but one fact remains: The Gators are the defending Class 3A state champions. They certainly looked the part Tuesday when visiting Howard County rival and No. 7 Centennial in the second round of the Class 3A East regional playoffs. Their state playoff experience coming to the front, the Gators, controlled play throughout, got a goal from senior midfielder Michelle Viegas in the 54th minute and showed poise in protecting the advantage to advance with a 1-0 win over the Eagles.
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By Jon Fogg, The Baltimore Sun | November 26, 2012
With oral commitments from sophomores growing from a trickle to a deluge the past couple of years, it was only a matter of time before the first freshman commitment arrived. That time is now. According to Inside Lacrosse, the history makers are attackman Forry Smith of the Haverford School in Havertown, Pa., and Johns Hopkins, which should come as no surprise given remarks that coach Dave Pietramala made to Baltimore Sun reporter Childs Walker in a story on the sophomore trend that ran this month: "There's no question I'm talking out both sides of my mouth on this," Pietramala said.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2012
No. 10 River Hill played defense early in the Class 4A-3A East Region dual championship Thursday night and came from behind to beat Stephen Decatur, 39-27, to advance to Saturday's state dual meet semifinals. "We were a little nervous when we were down 18 points or something," River Hill sophomore Cory Daniels said. "I knew we had to get back up. " After fighting just to stay close in the early matches, Daniels started the rally with a 16-0 tech fall at 170 pounds that got River Hill on the board with five points.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | November 1, 2011
The Reservoir girls soccer team had to battle through an uneven regular season that featured more losses than wins, but one fact remains: The Gators are the defending Class 3A state champions. They certainly looked the part Tuesday when visiting Howard County rival and No. 7 Centennial in the second round of the Class 3A East regional playoffs. Their state playoff experience coming to the front, the Gators, controlled play throughout, got a goal from senior midfielder Michelle Viegas in the 54th minute and showed poise in protecting the advantage to advance with a 1-0 win over the Eagles.
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By By Glenn Graham | March 12, 2010
It took a couple of minutes for the Milford Mill boys basketball team to settle into Thursday's Class 3A state semifinal against Stephen Decatur, but once they got comfortable it was apparent the No. 5 Millers had the goods to make a return trip to Comcast Center for Saturday's championship. Quicker and more athletic behind a strong inside performance from senior forward Jimmy Hamilton, the Millers gained an early advantage and had an answer for every challenge presented by their Worcester County opponent to come away with a 69-41 win. Hamilton scored 16 points and added 12 rebounds; Isaiah McCray, Anthony Goode and Troy Branch finished with nine points each; and the Millers (24-3)
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By Sandra McKee | sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | February 18, 2010
Reservoir's Mark Colabucci iced the Gators' cake Wednesday night when he came from behind to beat Old Mill state champion Ron Vaughters and wipe away any doubt about who the Class 4A-3A East regional dual-meet champion is this year. No. 15 Reservoir edged Stephen Decatur in the semifinal and then burst to a 33-point lead over Old Mill in the final on its way to a 42-25 victory. When Colabucci won, 9-8, at 145 pounds after rallying from a 7-2 deficit in the second period, Reservoir coach Ryan Kanaskie and his team leaped into the air, shouting.
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By From Sun staff and news services | August 1, 2009
- Ken Murray Et cetera Morgan State picked 6th in MEAC football poll Morgan State was selected in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference preseason football media poll to finish sixth. Voting was done by head coaches and sports information directors. Defending champion South Carolina State is picked to finish first, followed by Florida A&M. Morgan State, which was 6-6 last season and 4-4 in conference, had four players named to the preseason All-MEAC first team: senior running back Devan James, senior lineman Robert Norris, senior defensive end Justin Lawrence and junior cornerback Darren McKhan.
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By Sandra McKee | sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | February 18, 2010
Reservoir's Mark Colabucci iced the Gators' cake Wednesday night when he came from behind to beat Old Mill state champion Ron Vaughters and wipe away any doubt about who the Class 4A-3A East regional dual-meet champion is this year. No. 15 Reservoir edged Stephen Decatur in the semifinal and then burst to a 33-point lead over Old Mill in the final on its way to a 42-25 victory. When Colabucci won, 9-8, at 145 pounds after rallying from a 7-2 deficit in the second period, Reservoir coach Ryan Kanaskie and his team leaped into the air, shouting.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 1, 2009
Owings Mills coach Guy Pritzker had tempered expectations entering the season. The Eagles lost several top wrestlers to graduation, and he did not know what to expect from the group of returning underclassmen. No. 8 Owings Mills showed its roster is as deep as any team's in the state by winning the Class 2A-1A North regional championship yesterday at Lansdowne. The Eagles also reached the finals in the state dual-meet championship last month. Owings Mills finished first with 203 points, followed by Pikesville (154.
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