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November 2, 2007
Steelers, 20-10 Injured or not, the Ravens have not been prime-time players this season. Edward Lee Steelers, 24-13 If Chris McAlister is forced to play at less than 100 percent, Ben Roethlisberger will have a field day. Rick Maese Steelers, 27-10 I wonder whether we'll see Ray Lewis with a headset Monday night, calling plays and making certain the offense runs to his satisfaction. Don Markus Steelers, 21-10 A healthier team doesn't translate into a win at Heinz Field. Mike Preston Steelers, 20-17 The Steelers have a lot to prove.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | July 6, 2010
A familiar voice was heard on WJZ-FM 105.7 The Fan on Tuesday morning when longtime sports anchor Steve Davis joined Ed Norris for the inaugural "Norris and Davis Show," which can be heard weekdays from 5 to 9 a.m. Davis, the former sports anchor for Channel 45/WBFF and WBAL radio, provides a knowledgeable sports voice in teaming with Norris, a former Baltimore City police officer who talks politics and all things Baltimore. "I think what people will be able to expect are the things that I've done for 16 years being in Baltimore -- talking sports," Davis said.
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February 24, 2007
Good morning--Steve Davis--What makes you think after nine straight losing seasons that Orioles officials have any answers for the fans?
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By RAY FRAGER | January 27, 2009
WBAL Radio's sports talk host, Steve Davis, was laid off yesterday, vice president and station manager Jeff Beauchamp said. "We've done some realigning because of the economy," Beauchamp said. "... This was an economic move" unrelated to Davis' performance. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/mediumwell)
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By RAY FRAGER | January 27, 2009
WBAL Radio's sports talk host, Steve Davis, was laid off yesterday, vice president and station manager Jeff Beauchamp said. "We've done some realigning because of the economy," Beauchamp said. "... This was an economic move" unrelated to Davis' performance. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/mediumwell)
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | July 26, 1998
RIDGE -- As the Miss Valerie II ran through the darkness and rounded Point Lookout early last week, a trail of luminescence spread across the wake, a pair of shooting stars sped toward the horizon and, well to the south, a cloud bank sparkled with heat lightning.But the light show of a hot summer evening on the lower bay where the Chesapeake mixes with the Potomac River lacked the intensity of the fireworks that had started a couple of hours earlier, just before sunset."I have been fishing this part of the bay for a lot of years, but I never have seen croaker like these," said Don Martin, as he stood along the gunwale, catching a bare hint of warm breeze after a hot evening of bottom fishing.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | December 9, 1992
Chesapeake wrestling coach Tom Slichter wanted to use yesterday's tri-match with North County and host Northeast as a gauge to see how far his team had come.All he learned, however, was that his No. 10 Cougars still have a long way to go.Seventh-ranked Northeast struggled in the middle weights, but got the pins it needed in the lower and heavy weights to secure a 47-21 victory over their cross-town rivals."We have some weak points, and Northeast really exposed them today," said Slichter, whose team will face the Northeast again in this weekend's Cougar Invitational at Chesapeake.
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By MILTON KENT | February 2, 1999
For more than a year, President Clinton hasn't been exactly chatty with the media, turning down individual interviews with one and all reporters since the name Monica Lewinsky hit the papers and the evening news.The president broke his chilly silence late last week, and the reporter who was the beneficiary of the thaw is probably not the first name that would spring to mind.Bypassing Wolf Blitzer, Barbara Walters and Mike Wallace, Clinton last week chatted in the White House with Steve Davis of channels 45 and 54.Yes, that Steve Davis.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 27, 2001
Anthony Lawston can't help it. The redshirt sophomore might feel his heart beating a little faster when he takes the field for Georgia Tech against Maryland on national television Oct. 11 at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. "Even though most of my family now lives in Florida, facing Maryland is always something special for me," said Lawston. "I was so geared up last year I got called for two late hits. I remember one was out of bounds on their quarterback, Shaun Hill, and the other was after a touchdown."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 20, 1993
High school wrestling is a huge step up from the recreational level, says South Carroll sophomore Mike Chenowith."Guys up here are a lot stronger than they are in rec," said Chenowith, a 160-pounder. "I've been lifting weights to try and keep up with these guys."If last weekend's Cougar Invitational at Anne Arundel County's Chesapeake High is any indication, Chenowith is more than holding his own.In the title bout of the tournament, Wrestling notebookChenowith (8-0) registered his sixth fall in just one minute, 47 seconds, but his toughest battle was in his come-from-behind, 14-13 semifinal victory over Mount St. Joseph's Seth St. Vincent.
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November 2, 2007
Steelers, 20-10 Injured or not, the Ravens have not been prime-time players this season. Edward Lee Steelers, 24-13 If Chris McAlister is forced to play at less than 100 percent, Ben Roethlisberger will have a field day. Rick Maese Steelers, 27-10 I wonder whether we'll see Ray Lewis with a headset Monday night, calling plays and making certain the offense runs to his satisfaction. Don Markus Steelers, 21-10 A healthier team doesn't translate into a win at Heinz Field. Mike Preston Steelers, 20-17 The Steelers have a lot to prove.
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February 24, 2007
Good morning--Steve Davis--What makes you think after nine straight losing seasons that Orioles officials have any answers for the fans?
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 27, 2001
Anthony Lawston can't help it. The redshirt sophomore might feel his heart beating a little faster when he takes the field for Georgia Tech against Maryland on national television Oct. 11 at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. "Even though most of my family now lives in Florida, facing Maryland is always something special for me," said Lawston. "I was so geared up last year I got called for two late hits. I remember one was out of bounds on their quarterback, Shaun Hill, and the other was after a touchdown."
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By MILTON KENT | February 2, 1999
For more than a year, President Clinton hasn't been exactly chatty with the media, turning down individual interviews with one and all reporters since the name Monica Lewinsky hit the papers and the evening news.The president broke his chilly silence late last week, and the reporter who was the beneficiary of the thaw is probably not the first name that would spring to mind.Bypassing Wolf Blitzer, Barbara Walters and Mike Wallace, Clinton last week chatted in the White House with Steve Davis of channels 45 and 54.Yes, that Steve Davis.
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | July 26, 1998
RIDGE -- As the Miss Valerie II ran through the darkness and rounded Point Lookout early last week, a trail of luminescence spread across the wake, a pair of shooting stars sped toward the horizon and, well to the south, a cloud bank sparkled with heat lightning.But the light show of a hot summer evening on the lower bay where the Chesapeake mixes with the Potomac River lacked the intensity of the fireworks that had started a couple of hours earlier, just before sunset."I have been fishing this part of the bay for a lot of years, but I never have seen croaker like these," said Don Martin, as he stood along the gunwale, catching a bare hint of warm breeze after a hot evening of bottom fishing.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | December 20, 1993
High school wrestling is a huge step up from the recreational level, says South Carroll sophomore Mike Chenowith."Guys up here are a lot stronger than they are in rec," said Chenowith, a 160-pounder. "I've been lifting weights to try and keep up with these guys."If last weekend's Cougar Invitational at Anne Arundel County's Chesapeake High is any indication, Chenowith is more than holding his own.In the title bout of the tournament, Wrestling notebookChenowith (8-0) registered his sixth fall in just one minute, 47 seconds, but his toughest battle was in his come-from-behind, 14-13 semifinal victory over Mount St. Joseph's Seth St. Vincent.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | July 6, 2010
A familiar voice was heard on WJZ-FM 105.7 The Fan on Tuesday morning when longtime sports anchor Steve Davis joined Ed Norris for the inaugural "Norris and Davis Show," which can be heard weekdays from 5 to 9 a.m. Davis, the former sports anchor for Channel 45/WBFF and WBAL radio, provides a knowledgeable sports voice in teaming with Norris, a former Baltimore City police officer who talks politics and all things Baltimore. "I think what people will be able to expect are the things that I've done for 16 years being in Baltimore -- talking sports," Davis said.
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July 12, 1996
I wrote incorrectly in yesterday's space that Channel 2 was the only local television station to have a reporting presence at Tuesday's baseball All-Star Game in Philadelphia.In fact, Channel 45 reporter Steve Davis and cameraman Steve Weinstein also were at the game and, by virtue of their earlier start time, had the Cal Ripken broken nose story before Channel 2. Sorry about the error.Pub date: 7/12/96
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | December 9, 1992
Chesapeake wrestling coach Tom Slichter wanted to use yesterday's tri-match with North County and host Northeast as a gauge to see how far his team had come.All he learned, however, was that his No. 10 Cougars still have a long way to go.Seventh-ranked Northeast struggled in the middle weights, but got the pins it needed in the lower and heavy weights to secure a 47-21 victory over their cross-town rivals."We have some weak points, and Northeast really exposed them today," said Slichter, whose team will face the Northeast again in this weekend's Cougar Invitational at Chesapeake.
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