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By Pat O'Malley | November 24, 1998
Steve Spence, a former All-County midfielder at Severna Park who went on to star at St. Mary's College, has been named Old Mill's boys lacrosse coach.Spence, who teaches at Old Mill Middle School-South, succeeds Fran Duffy, who resigned after three seasons. He inherits a program that has been down for quite some time and has never been a county power."We're excited about Steve, because he brings a lot of good lacrosse experience to the program," said Patriots' athletic director Jim Dillon.
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By Pat O'Malley | November 24, 1998
Steve Spence, a former All-County midfielder at Severna Park who went on to star at St. Mary's College, has been named Old Mill's boys lacrosse coach.Spence, who teaches at Old Mill Middle School-South, succeeds Fran Duffy, who resigned after three seasons. He inherits a program that has been down for quite some time and has never been a county power."We're excited about Steve, because he brings a lot of good lacrosse experience to the program," said Patriots' athletic director Jim Dillon.
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SPORTS
June 20, 1991
* Tomorrow: Crustacean Crawl 4-miler, Goucher College, 7 p.m., 566-RUN2.* Saturday: Place for Your Pace, Loch Raven, 8 a.m.; Grandma's Marathon, Duluth, Minn.* June 23: Baltimore Bud Light Triathlon, Gunpowder Falls State Park, 7:30 a.m.; Mill 10-K, Havre de Grace, 8 a.m., 939-0821; San Francisco Marathon; Cascade Runoff 15-K.* June 26: BRRC Summer Track Series, McDonogh, 6:30 p.m.* June 27: WRRC Twilight Series 3-miler, 7 p.m., 348-7509.* June 29: Crofton 10-K, Crofton.* June 30: Yankee Doodle 4-miler, Lake Montebello, 8 a.m., 566-RUN2.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | August 3, 1994
Some may have been surprised to see Steve Spence, top American and 12th-place overall finisher in the Barcelona Olympic Marathon, cross the finish line in the 16th annual Bon-Ton 5-Mile Race Sunday in York, Pa.But, as Spence says, "I have a pretty good world-class range at about five distances."His winning time of 23 minutes, 29 seconds, although 31 seconds off his personal record for the distance, supported his contention.It was only two seconds off Jeff Canada's course record of last year and came on a less-than-ideal day for Spence, who had won the Market Street Mile in York two weeks ago in 4:05.
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March 24, 1991
Head coach: Ed Ulrich (fifth season)Assistants: Brien McMurray and Joe Gorden1990 record: 13-3, lost to Annapolis in the state semifinalsReturnees: Seniors, Paul Rakowski (mid), Travis Gray (mid), Brian Koch (mid), Nate Ripple (def) and Joe Brooks (def); juniors, Michael Crawford (att), Scott deGraffenreid (att), Bob Evans (att), Steve Spence (mid), Jason Campbell (mid) and Peter Ulrich (g); sophomores, Steve Roop (att), John Miller (mid), Jay Gibbs (def) and Matt Pugh (g)Newcomers: Juniors, Pat Kranshoc (mid)
SPORTS
June 27, 1991
* Tonight: WRRC Twilight Series 3-miler, 7 p.m., 348-7509.* Saturday: Place for Your Pace, Loch Raven, 8 a.m.; Crofton 10-K, Crofton.* Sunday: BRRC Yankee Doodle 4-miler, Lake Montebello, 8 a.m., 566-RUN2; Tri-State Track Meet, South Hagerstown High.* July 4: Arbutus Firecracker 10-K, Arbutus, 8 a.m., 242-0809; Firecracker 5-K, Kingsville, 8 a.m., 592-6616; Dundalk Heritage 6-K, Dundalk, 7:30 a.m., 494-8649; Frederick's Fourth 5-K, 7 p.m., 371-9562; Choptank River Run, Cambridge, 7:30 p.m., 228-4211.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | November 17, 1992
Local hero vs. Olympic marathoner.That's the way Saturday's 16th annual York White Rose Run 5-miler figured to shape up. It was that and more as Keith Dowling, a longtime York, Pa., resident, and Steve Spence, who competed for the United States at this year's Summer Olympics, were joined by NCAA Division III cross country and track champion Seamus McElligott of Philadelphia.As the runners came up King Street in York for the finish in front of City Hall, Dowling and Spence were side-by-side with McElligott a few steps behind.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | August 3, 1994
Some may have been surprised to see Steve Spence, top American and 12th-place overall finisher in the Barcelona Olympic Marathon, cross the finish line in the 16th annual Bon-Ton 5-Mile Race Sunday in York, Pa.But, as Spence says, "I have a pretty good world-class range at about five distances."His winning time of 23 minutes, 29 seconds, although 31 seconds off his personal record for the distance, supported his contention.It was only two seconds off Jeff Canada's course record of last year and came on a less-than-ideal day for Spence, who had won the Market Street Mile in York two weeks ago in 4:05.
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By Phil Jackman | April 15, 1993
The intrusive camera scanned the dugout and despite a 4-2 lead with two outs and the bases empty in the New York eighth, Don Baylor, manager of the Colorado Rockies, looked ill at ease. A hit (?) dribbled under the first baseman's glove, followed by another sturdier brand. Baylor went to his bullpen. Eight of the next 10 pitches were balls. A third straight base on balls tied the score. Remember, this was all after two outs.A wild pitch put the Mets ahead and another pass (for a dozen) was followed by a high fly to right field, which Dante Bichette jogged back on and turned into three more runs, a gift triple.
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By Phil Jackman | January 10, 1991
The sorry state of middle-distance running in this country was brought into disturbing focus recently when it was disclosed our best two 10,000-meter runners, Mark Nenow and Bruce Bickford, have continuing hamstring and Achilles problems and are probably done as world-class performers. Thing is, both are 33 years old and should have been replaced by now.* The BRRC begins its championship series Sunday with a 10-miler beginning at 9 a.m. at Loch Raven. The club has realized an impressive gain in the average number of entries in series races.
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By Phil Jackman | April 15, 1993
The intrusive camera scanned the dugout and despite a 4-2 lead with two outs and the bases empty in the New York eighth, Don Baylor, manager of the Colorado Rockies, looked ill at ease. A hit (?) dribbled under the first baseman's glove, followed by another sturdier brand. Baylor went to his bullpen. Eight of the next 10 pitches were balls. A third straight base on balls tied the score. Remember, this was all after two outs.A wild pitch put the Mets ahead and another pass (for a dozen) was followed by a high fly to right field, which Dante Bichette jogged back on and turned into three more runs, a gift triple.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | November 17, 1992
Local hero vs. Olympic marathoner.That's the way Saturday's 16th annual York White Rose Run 5-miler figured to shape up. It was that and more as Keith Dowling, a longtime York, Pa., resident, and Steve Spence, who competed for the United States at this year's Summer Olympics, were joined by NCAA Division III cross country and track champion Seamus McElligott of Philadelphia.As the runners came up King Street in York for the finish in front of City Hall, Dowling and Spence were side-by-side with McElligott a few steps behind.
SPORTS
June 27, 1991
* Tonight: WRRC Twilight Series 3-miler, 7 p.m., 348-7509.* Saturday: Place for Your Pace, Loch Raven, 8 a.m.; Crofton 10-K, Crofton.* Sunday: BRRC Yankee Doodle 4-miler, Lake Montebello, 8 a.m., 566-RUN2; Tri-State Track Meet, South Hagerstown High.* July 4: Arbutus Firecracker 10-K, Arbutus, 8 a.m., 242-0809; Firecracker 5-K, Kingsville, 8 a.m., 592-6616; Dundalk Heritage 6-K, Dundalk, 7:30 a.m., 494-8649; Frederick's Fourth 5-K, 7 p.m., 371-9562; Choptank River Run, Cambridge, 7:30 p.m., 228-4211.
SPORTS
June 20, 1991
* Tomorrow: Crustacean Crawl 4-miler, Goucher College, 7 p.m., 566-RUN2.* Saturday: Place for Your Pace, Loch Raven, 8 a.m.; Grandma's Marathon, Duluth, Minn.* June 23: Baltimore Bud Light Triathlon, Gunpowder Falls State Park, 7:30 a.m.; Mill 10-K, Havre de Grace, 8 a.m., 939-0821; San Francisco Marathon; Cascade Runoff 15-K.* June 26: BRRC Summer Track Series, McDonogh, 6:30 p.m.* June 27: WRRC Twilight Series 3-miler, 7 p.m., 348-7509.* June 29: Crofton 10-K, Crofton.* June 30: Yankee Doodle 4-miler, Lake Montebello, 8 a.m., 566-RUN2.
NEWS
March 24, 1991
Head coach: Ed Ulrich (fifth season)Assistants: Brien McMurray and Joe Gorden1990 record: 13-3, lost to Annapolis in the state semifinalsReturnees: Seniors, Paul Rakowski (mid), Travis Gray (mid), Brian Koch (mid), Nate Ripple (def) and Joe Brooks (def); juniors, Michael Crawford (att), Scott deGraffenreid (att), Bob Evans (att), Steve Spence (mid), Jason Campbell (mid) and Peter Ulrich (g); sophomores, Steve Roop (att), John Miller (mid), Jay Gibbs (def) and Matt Pugh (g)Newcomers: Juniors, Pat Kranshoc (mid)
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | January 10, 1991
The sorry state of middle-distance running in this country was brought into disturbing focus recently when it was disclosed our best two 10,000-meter runners, Mark Nenow and Bruce Bickford, have continuing hamstring and Achilles problems and are probably done as world-class performers. Thing is, both are 33 years old and should have been replaced by now.* The BRRC begins its championship series Sunday with a 10-miler beginning at 9 a.m. at Loch Raven. The club has realized an impressive gain in the average number of entries in series races.
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By From Staff Reports | March 5, 1995
Tom Zaccagnino scored four goals and Yale survived a furious Delaware rally, as the No. 20 Bulldogs edged the 18th-ranked Blue Hens, 10-9, in a nonconference men's lacrosse game yesterday at Loyola's Curley Field.2 Travis Cheatham scored four goals for Goucher.St. Mary's 14, Rand. Macon 8ST. MARY'S CITYST. MARY'S CITY -- David Wenrich scored four goals and added two assists as St. Mary's (2-0) defeated Randolph Macon (0-1). Steve Spence added three goals and two assists for the Seahawks.Ryan Traynor led the scoring for Randolph Macon with four goals and one assist.
NEWS
June 6, 2007
Player of the Year Nick Elsmo Severn The University of Virginia-bound senior was the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference's best midfielder, scoring 36 goals, assisting on 21 others, getting 95 ground balls and winning 65 percent of his faceoffs. Elsmo led the Admirals to a No. 9 ranking during a season that included a win over two-time 4A-3A state champion Severna Park in which he had three goals and an assist. For his career, Elsmo, 6 feet and 200 pounds, got 115 goals, 81 assists, 290 ground balls and won 58 percent of his faceoffs.
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