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June 11, 2004
On June 10, 2004, BERNARD J. STINNETT, retired Principal, beloved father of Daniel E. Stinnett and Hester A. Stinnett and grandfather of seven. Relatives and friends may call on Friday, June 11, from 6 to 8 P.M. at Fellows, Helfenbein and Newnam Funeral Home, 130 Speer Road, Chestertown and on Monday, June 14, 2004 from 1 and 2 P.M. at Kilpatrick Funeral Home in Ruston, LA. Services will be at 2 P.M. Interment will be held in Oak Grove Cemetery in Louisiana....
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2014
Maryland pitcher Jake Stinnett became the highest-drafted Terps player since 2007 when the Chicago Cubs selected him with the 45th overall pick in the second round in baseball's first-year player draft Thursday. Stinnett began his career at Maryland as a third baseman, but he saw his playing time limited as a sophomore and moved to pitching full-time as a junior. He joined the team's starting rotation last season, and vaulted his way into consideration for a high draft pick with a strong senior season for the Terps . He leapedĀ  onto the radar March 1 with a no-hitter against Massachusetts and continued his dominant senior season when he struck out a career-high 14 against North Carolina State on March 21. The right-hander, whose fastball sits in the mid-90s and is complemented by an 82-84 mph slider and a developing changeup, is 7-6 with a 2.65 ERA in 112 innings.
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NEWS
May 5, 2002
Muriel Brown Stinnett, a retired small-business owner, died Tuesday of pancreatic cancer. She was 81. Born in Calvert County, Miss Stinnett attended Baltimore City public schools. As the fifth of 14 children, she helped raise her brothers and sisters. A year after graduating from Douglass Senior High School, Miss Stinnett moved to New York City, where she took a job in a Defense Department munitions plant. After 20 years, she moved on to a metal engraving company, where she worked until opening a variety store in the Bronx.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2014
Maryland ace Jake Stinnett made a $70,000 gamble with his baseball career last summer, when he turned down the Pittsburgh Pirates' bid to sign him as a 29th-round draft pick and returned for his senior season. The downside was minimal. Falter as a senior, and he'd begin the same climb from anonymity to the big leagues as he would have in the Pirates system, only one year later. The upside for both team and player has proven greater. Stinnett will take the ball Thursday in the Terps ' opening round game against No. 3 seed Virginia in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament in Greensboro, N.C. It's Maryland's first appearance in the ACC tourney since 2005.
NEWS
June 12, 2004
Bernard J. Stinnett, a longtime city public school educator and retired principal, died of heart failure at the Heron Point retirement community in Chestertown. He was 90. Mr. Stinnett, who was born and raised in East Baltimore, was a 1931 graduate of City College. He earned a degree in education from the Johns Hopkins University in 1935, and later a master's degree in education from the university. He began teaching in Baltimore public schools in the late 1930s. He was principal of Samuel Gompers General Vocational School and retired in the 1970s.
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By Glenn Graham | February 6, 2008
After so many close calls, Glenelg's 140-pound senior Chris Stinnett is hungry for a big finish, as he and the No. 3 Gladiators chase an elusive state title. After recovering from a shoulder injury that sidelined him early in the season, Stinnett, a two-time county champion, is 15-3 with a 115-15 career mark over four years. Last season, he finished as the state runner-up along with senior teammates Danny Bichner and Brian Marcoux. Add senior Tim Chase and a strong lineup throughout, and Stinnett believes the Gladiators can come away with the program's first state championship.
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By Molly Knight and Molly Knight,SUN STAFF | November 24, 2003
What would become of Wesley Stinnett's restaurant? In the weeks after Tropical Storm Isabel swept through, the question lingered in the salty air over Chesapeake Beach. Everyone, it seemed, had a theory about the fate of the cozy, 67-year-old bayside diner, its interior destroyed by flooding from the storm. It was not until this month, after much deliberation, that brothers Gerald and Fred Donovan came to a difficult decision. So difficult, Gerald Donovan said, that they could not deliver the news in person.
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By GLENN GRAHAM and GLENN GRAHAM,SUN REPORTER | February 15, 2006
Throughout his childhood, Glenelg sophomore Chris Stinnett was getting into whatever his older stepbrother, Mike Hornzell, was doing. Mike, now a senior at UMBC, played baseball, so Chris played baseball. Mike got into basketball, so Chris gave it a try. The same for soccer. One sport - wrestling - stuck. Stinnett first took to the mat in the fourth grade after watching his brother's matches during his high school days at Howard. The sport now has Stinnett's complete attention, and it shows.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 31, 2004
Freshman Chris Stinnett decked Jefferson High's Scott Chapman at 3:37 of their 112-pound title bout, helping No. 14 Glenelg finish second behind Damascus of Montgomery County in yesterday's 15-team holiday tournament at Damascus. It was the 10th pin of the year for Stinnett (14-1), who also had a 19-2 technical-fall victory. Kyle Collins (152) was second, and Bichner brothers Dan (103) and Matt (160), were both third for Glenelg, which trailed five-time state champion Damascus, 273-163.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa | November 27, 2008
Hometown: Baltimore Members: Ryan "K-Rai" Stinnett, laptop; Joe "DJ Sheephead" Clark, laptop; Justin "VJ Chroma" Miller, video manipulation Founded: 2006 Style: electronica Influenced by: The Crystal Method, Aphex Twin, Ken Ishii, Underworld Notable : Last year, the band released an album titled Press Start. The members occasionally upload live recordings to their MySpace site and other Web sites. When performing live, Stinnett and Clark will play two halves of the same mix simultaneously, distorting the sounds in real time and creating new melodies.
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Sports Digest | March 25, 2014
Towson will play its quarterfinal game in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament on Thursday at Murray State. The game is set to tip at 8 p.m. The Racers (20-11) are members of the Ohio Valley Conference and have been to the NCAA Tournament 15 times, including in 2010 and 2012. The Racers breezed past Omaha, 86-62, on Monday night to advance to the CIT's quarterfinals. The Tigers (25-10) earned their spot an 83-77 victory at East Tennessee State on Friday. Sophomore guard Four McGlynn paced the Tigers with a season-high 23 points, including six 3-pointers.
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Sports Digest | March 22, 2014
College baseball Maryland blows out No. 11 N.C. State, 10-0 Jake Stinnett struck out a career-high 14 batters and held No. 11 North Carolina State to two hits through five innings to lead Maryland past the Wolfpack, 10-0, Friday night at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium in College Park. Stinnett's 14 strikeouts are the most in an Atlantic Coast Conference game this season and the most by a Terps pitcher since 2008. Stinnett struck out nine of the first 17 batters he faced, including striking out the side in the fourth.
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Sports Digest | March 2, 2014
Et cetera Stinnett pitches Terps ' first no-hitter since '08 Maryland senior Jake Stinnett no-hit visiting Massachusetts, 4-0, in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader, becoming the first Terps pitcher to achieve the feat since Scott Swinson no-hit Delaware in May 2008. Stinnett faced only two batters over the minimum, both of whom walked, while striking out nine. The reigning Atlantic Coast Conference Pitcher of the Week retired the final 11 batters of the game.
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Sports Digest | June 9, 2013
Pimlico Race Course Russell takes jockey title; Vazquez wins trainer crown The Pimlico Race Course spring meeting ended Saturday with jockey Sheldon Russell and trainer Juan Vazquez winning individual titles. The 36-day stand began April 4. Russell topped the jockey standings for the second time in three years with 28 first-place finishes, two more than Xavier Perez and apprentice Victor Carrasco . The 25-year-old had six multiple-win days during the meet, including three wins May 4. "I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to ride for who I ride for," Russell said.
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Sports Digest | April 15, 2013
Colleges Stinnett pitches Terps past Miami in baseball Host Maryland won its baseball series finale over Miami, 7-2, on Sunday behind seven strong innings from starter Jake Stinnett . Stinnett, who pitched five scoreless innings at George Mason on Wednesday, retired 13 of the first 15 batters and held the Hurricanes (24-15, 8-10 Atlantic Coast Conference) to one run on three hits with six strikeouts to earn his third consecutive victory and improve to 4-3. In his past three starts, Stinnett has a 1.42 ERA and is averaging 8.53 strikeouts per nine innings.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa | November 27, 2008
Hometown: Baltimore Members: Ryan "K-Rai" Stinnett, laptop; Joe "DJ Sheephead" Clark, laptop; Justin "VJ Chroma" Miller, video manipulation Founded: 2006 Style: electronica Influenced by: The Crystal Method, Aphex Twin, Ken Ishii, Underworld Notable : Last year, the band released an album titled Press Start. The members occasionally upload live recordings to their MySpace site and other Web sites. When performing live, Stinnett and Clark will play two halves of the same mix simultaneously, distorting the sounds in real time and creating new melodies.
NEWS
By McClatchy-Tribune | October 27, 2007
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Jurors unanimously agreed yesterday that Lisa Montgomery should be put to death for killing Bobbie Jo Stinnett and stealing her unborn daughter nearly three years ago. Before the decision ending the four-week trial was announced yesterday afternoon, the federal judge ordered spectators to control their emotions or leave the Kansas City courtroom. People obeyed him, but Montgomery began shaking after she heard the verdict. Jurors, who deliberated about four hours over two days, declined to talk to reporters afterward.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2005
Freshman Dan Bichner recorded three pins in a combined 5 minutes, 37 seconds yesterday to capture the 103-pound championship at Edgewood's tournament and lead Glenelg to the team crown. Bichner's brother, Matt (160), and teammate Bob Kuczarski (145) also won titles as the Gladiators beat runner-up Rising Sun, 207-187. The event was continued from Jan. 21, when it was postponed because of snow. Chris Stinnett (112) and Rob Black (130) were second, and Mike Miller (125) and John LaPoint (215)
NEWS
By Glenn Graham | February 6, 2008
After so many close calls, Glenelg's 140-pound senior Chris Stinnett is hungry for a big finish, as he and the No. 3 Gladiators chase an elusive state title. After recovering from a shoulder injury that sidelined him early in the season, Stinnett, a two-time county champion, is 15-3 with a 115-15 career mark over four years. Last season, he finished as the state runner-up along with senior teammates Danny Bichner and Brian Marcoux. Add senior Tim Chase and a strong lineup throughout, and Stinnett believes the Gladiators can come away with the program's first state championship.
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By Glenn Graham | January 16, 2008
Judging by the Atholton boys basketball team's 9-3 record, it seems that not much has changed from last year's squad, which won 22 games. About the only thing that has not changed, though, is the team's success. After losing all-county standouts Steve Lombardozzi, Torey Fassett and Sam Permutt to graduation, the Raiders have quickly reassembled, with some of last season's role players taking lead roles and newcomers from the junior varsity showing that they belong. Again, Atholton finds itself in the thick of the county race with an 8-1 league mark.
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