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By Alan Widmann | January 19, 1991
Old Mill beat its second ranked team in three games, but the Patriots had to weather a last-minute comeback by host and No. 16 Northeast to prevail, 69-64, in an Anne Arundel County non-league game last night.Old Mill (10-3) held a seemingly safe 64-54 lead over the cold-shooting Eagles (9-3) with 1 minute, 56 seconds left, then proceeded to make things interesting from the free-throw line.Old Mill, which had upset second-ranked Annapolis, 68-62, Tuesday, missed the front ends of four straight one-and-one opportunities in the last 1:29.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Special to The Sun | December 28, 1994
With most of its starters sitting on the bench in the first half for breaking team rules, the Northeast (2-4) boys basketball team didn't look like it belonged in last night's Bob Pascal Holiday Tournament at Chesapeake of Anne Arundel.All except for Brian Mucci.Mucci, a senior and spot starter, hit a school-record eight three-pointers, though the effort was not enough as the Eagles fell to Severna Park (2-4), 71-60, in the opening game of the tournament.Mucci's 24 points led the Eagles.The Falcons withstood a furious third-quarter rally to record the victory.
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By Alan Widmann | December 8, 1990
Wilde Lake had only three days to practice as a team and took its time getting going last night at Northeast. But the Wildecats erased a 16-point deficit in the last 10 minutes, 35 seconds and edged the host Eagles, 78-76, in a matchup of ranked Class 2A teams.No. 14 Wilde Lake trailed 16th-ranked Northeast, 59-43, before capitalizing on Eagles turnovers and technical and flagrant fouls in the late rally.The winners, who also enjoyed some hot shooting in the latter stages, took only their fourth lead of the game, 73-72, on Randy Miller's jumper off the baseline with 2:03 left.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | February 10, 1993
The scoreboard malfunctioned in the opening minutes, leaving fans in the dark about the score and time at Howard Community College yesterday. But the men's basketball play more than made up for it.Howard Community College, led by Brian Parker's 27 points, used its rebounding superiority and a press to build a 23-point second-half lead.Anne Arundel Community College used a press and its three-point shooting ability to nearly erase that lead, cutting the deficit to 93-92 with 40 seconds left to play.
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March 2, 1991
Caruthers Gant scored a game-high 32 points, as visiting Oakland Mills won the Class 3A, Region I title with a 76-68 defeat of Thomas Johnson (16-5) last night.Mark Terry scored 18 and Greg Washington added 13 for Oakland Mills (17-7).Rojak West led Thomas Johnson with 24 points.Oakland Mills will play in a Class 3A state semifinal Thursday at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House.Kevin Hockady scored 19 and Kilo Mack added 12, as host Joppatowne (18-4) downed Kent (12-11), 51-46, in the Class 1A, Region III championship.
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December 5, 1990
Head coach: John Barbour (12th season)Assistants: Brandt Schanberger and Pete Pasqualini1989-1990 record: 17-7, 3A/2A/1A co-champions with Southern, lost to Central in region finals.Returnees: Seniors Steve Strauss (forward), Kevin Mursch (center), Craig Everett (guard-forward), Allen Tetrault (forward) and Zack Herold (center-forward); junior Gene Pleyo (guard).Newcomers: Juniors Scott Rey (guard), Matt Conaway (guard), Chad Sanschagrin (center), Andy Becker (forward), Tyler Clymer (guard)
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | February 10, 1993
The scoreboard malfunctioned in the opening minutes, leaving fans in the dark about the score and time at Howard Community College yesterday. But the men's basketball play more than made up for it.Howard Community College, led by Brian Parker's 27 points, used its rebounding superiority and a press to build a 23-point second-half lead.Anne Arundel Community College used a press and its three-point shooting ability to nearly erase that lead, cutting the deficit to 93-92 with 40 seconds left to play.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | January 31, 1993
When Gene Pleyo enrolled at Anne Arundel Community College last summer, Rick Bloom's first recruiting class as the Pioneers' men's basketball coach was an instant hit.When Steve Strauss, a former teammate of Pleyo's at Northeast, decided to join him, it unexpectedly got better. And so did the Pioneers.The duo has combined to average around 34 points, leading the Pioneers to a 14-7 overall record, 13-6 in the Maryland JuCo League. The same talents that placed both on the All-County first team their respective senior seasons, and put Northeast in the region finals both years, are resurfacing at Anne Arundel.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | March 18, 1991
Talk about having an ace up your sleeve. Gerald Moore and Jimmy Meade were packing a royal flush.And everyone in the Anne Arundel Community College gymnasium knew it.The two South coaches gambled by keeping their starters on the bench for the entire third quarter of Saturday's Capital-Gazette Newspapers/Representative Tom McMillen Senior All-Star Basketball Classic.Annapolis' Dennis Edwards cashed in on the strategy. The 6-foot-5 guard exploded for half of his 20 points in the final quarter to leadthe South to a 90-84 victory and earn Most Valuable Player honors.
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By Tom Worgo and Tom Worgo,Contributing Writer | December 13, 1992
The Anne Arundel Community College men's basketball team sputtered early in the season, going 1-4 in its first five games.But yesterday, the Pioneers gave further proof their early struggles are behind them. They played perhaps their best game of the year, defeating visiting Howard Community College, 90-88. The win improved surging AACC to 5-6.Steve Strauss (Northeast) led AACC with 26 points, including three three-pointers, eight rebounds and a 13-for-14 performance from the line. The Pioneers' Gene Slocum added 20 points.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | January 31, 1993
When Gene Pleyo enrolled at Anne Arundel Community College last summer, Rick Bloom's first recruiting class as the Pioneers' men's basketball coach was an instant hit.When Steve Strauss, a former teammate of Pleyo's at Northeast, decided to join him, it unexpectedly got better. And so did the Pioneers.The duo has combined to average around 34 points, leading the Pioneers to a 14-7 overall record, 13-6 in the Maryland JuCo League. The same talents that placed both on the All-County first team their respective senior seasons, and put Northeast in the region finals both years, are resurfacing at Anne Arundel.
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By Tom Worgo and Tom Worgo,Contributing Writer | December 13, 1992
The Anne Arundel Community College men's basketball team sputtered early in the season, going 1-4 in its first five games.But yesterday, the Pioneers gave further proof their early struggles are behind them. They played perhaps their best game of the year, defeating visiting Howard Community College, 90-88. The win improved surging AACC to 5-6.Steve Strauss (Northeast) led AACC with 26 points, including three three-pointers, eight rebounds and a 13-for-14 performance from the line. The Pioneers' Gene Slocum added 20 points.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | March 18, 1991
Talk about having an ace up your sleeve. Gerald Moore and Jimmy Meade were packing a royal flush.And everyone in the Anne Arundel Community College gymnasium knew it.The two South coaches gambled by keeping their starters on the bench for the entire third quarter of Saturday's Capital-Gazette Newspapers/Representative Tom McMillen Senior All-Star Basketball Classic.Annapolis' Dennis Edwards cashed in on the strategy. The 6-foot-5 guard exploded for half of his 20 points in the final quarter to leadthe South to a 90-84 victory and earn Most Valuable Player honors.
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March 2, 1991
Caruthers Gant scored a game-high 32 points, as visiting Oakland Mills won the Class 3A, Region I title with a 76-68 defeat of Thomas Johnson (16-5) last night.Mark Terry scored 18 and Greg Washington added 13 for Oakland Mills (17-7).Rojak West led Thomas Johnson with 24 points.Oakland Mills will play in a Class 3A state semifinal Thursday at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House.Kevin Hockady scored 19 and Kilo Mack added 12, as host Joppatowne (18-4) downed Kent (12-11), 51-46, in the Class 1A, Region III championship.
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By Alan Widmann | February 2, 1991
Northeast's inability to run a coherent offense when the game was on the line allowed visiting Broadneck to regroup and win last night's non-league Anne Arundel County game, 74-62.No. 17 Northeast (10-5) had erased a 17-point lead by 10th-ranked Broadneck (12-4) to go up, 54-52, with 6 minutes, 27 seconds to play.Then the Eagles missed nine straight shots and 15 of their last 17. Broadneck capitalized with a 12-0 run for a 64-54 lead with just over three minutes left and made 12 of 16 free throws down the stretch.
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By Alan Widmann | January 19, 1991
Old Mill beat its second ranked team in three games, but the Patriots had to weather a last-minute comeback by host and No. 16 Northeast to prevail, 69-64, in an Anne Arundel County non-league game last night.Old Mill (10-3) held a seemingly safe 64-54 lead over the cold-shooting Eagles (9-3) with 1 minute, 56 seconds left, then proceeded to make things interesting from the free-throw line.Old Mill, which had upset second-ranked Annapolis, 68-62, Tuesday, missed the front ends of four straight one-and-one opportunities in the last 1:29.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Special to The Sun | December 28, 1994
With most of its starters sitting on the bench in the first half for breaking team rules, the Northeast (2-4) boys basketball team didn't look like it belonged in last night's Bob Pascal Holiday Tournament at Chesapeake of Anne Arundel.All except for Brian Mucci.Mucci, a senior and spot starter, hit a school-record eight three-pointers, though the effort was not enough as the Eagles fell to Severna Park (2-4), 71-60, in the opening game of the tournament.Mucci's 24 points led the Eagles.The Falcons withstood a furious third-quarter rally to record the victory.
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By Alan Widmann | February 2, 1991
Northeast's inability to run a coherent offense when the game was on the line allowed visiting Broadneck to regroup and win last night's non-league Anne Arundel County game, 74-62.No. 17 Northeast (10-5) had erased a 17-point lead by 10th-ranked Broadneck (12-4) to go up, 54-52, with 6 minutes, 27 seconds to play.Then the Eagles missed nine straight shots and 15 of their last 17. Broadneck capitalized with a 12-0 run for a 64-54 lead with just over three minutes left and made 12 of 16 free throws down the stretch.
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By Alan Widmann | December 8, 1990
Wilde Lake had only three days to practice as a team and took its time getting going last night at Northeast. But the Wildecats erased a 16-point deficit in the last 10 minutes, 35 seconds and edged the host Eagles, 78-76, in a matchup of ranked Class 2A teams.No. 14 Wilde Lake trailed 16th-ranked Northeast, 59-43, before capitalizing on Eagles turnovers and technical and flagrant fouls in the late rally.The winners, who also enjoyed some hot shooting in the latter stages, took only their fourth lead of the game, 73-72, on Randy Miller's jumper off the baseline with 2:03 left.
NEWS
December 5, 1990
Head coach: John Barbour (12th season)Assistants: Brandt Schanberger and Pete Pasqualini1989-1990 record: 17-7, 3A/2A/1A co-champions with Southern, lost to Central in region finals.Returnees: Seniors Steve Strauss (forward), Kevin Mursch (center), Craig Everett (guard-forward), Allen Tetrault (forward) and Zack Herold (center-forward); junior Gene Pleyo (guard).Newcomers: Juniors Scott Rey (guard), Matt Conaway (guard), Chad Sanschagrin (center), Andy Becker (forward), Tyler Clymer (guard)
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