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January 22, 2006
On January 18, 2006, FRANCIS U. TANEYHILL beloved husband of the late Elizabeth T. Taneyhill (nee Hauf) loving father of Elizabeth A. Taneyhill, Francis X. Taneyhill and his wife Rosalie and Albert M. Taneyhill and his wife Mary, cherished "granddad" of six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, dear brother of Wilfred Taneyhill and Anna Brunsman. Relatives and friends may call at the family owned AMBROSE FUNERAL HOME INC., 1328 Sulphur Spring Road, Arbutus on Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P. M where a Christian Wake Service will be celebrated at 8 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday at St. Marks Chapel, 13 Melvin Avenue, Catonsville.
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January 22, 2006
On January 18, 2006, FRANCIS U. TANEYHILL beloved husband of the late Elizabeth T. Taneyhill (nee Hauf) loving father of Elizabeth A. Taneyhill, Francis X. Taneyhill and his wife Rosalie and Albert M. Taneyhill and his wife Mary, cherished "granddad" of six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, dear brother of Wilfred Taneyhill and Anna Brunsman. Relatives and friends may call at the family owned AMBROSE FUNERAL HOME INC., 1328 Sulphur Spring Road, Arbutus on Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P. M where a Christian Wake Service will be celebrated at 8 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday at St. Marks Chapel, 13 Melvin Avenue, Catonsville.
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SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | October 18, 1992
It's not that she doesn't enjoy performing the glamorous feats. But when it comes to volleyball, Laura Taneyhill prefers the dirty work.As an outside hitter for Centennial's undefeated volleyball team, Taneyhill draws the most attention by scoring points. With her three-step approach to the net, her well-timed leap and one of the hardest shots in the county, she epitomizes the Eagles.During Centennial's march to the 3A state title last fall and its current 27-match winning streak, the aggressive offense has gotten much of the credit.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | February 11, 1993
The most improved girls basketball team in the county came to play the league's most frustrated team yesterday, and nothing about the game changed those trends.Visiting Wilde Lake continued its late-season surge by flooring Centennial with a combination of hot shooting and pressure defense that produced a 22-0 run in the first half. The Wildecats then rolled to a 56-25 victory that put another stamp on their comeback story."We look at films of our games in the beginning of the year, then look at films now, and there is a huge difference," Wilde Lake coach Kelly Rosati said.
NEWS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | October 30, 1991
Shannon Saltzman and Laura Taneyhill play different positions, rely on different skills and fulfill different roles for Centennial's volleyball team. But the point they drive home is the same.Power pays.The Eagles, undefeated and basically unchallenged so far in theirdrive toward their second state championship in three years -- they had won 39 of 41 games going into last night's match against Hammond -- bring many flavors to their mix.They have outstanding depth, as Coach Bill Shook's 10-player rotation reveals.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 25, 1992
With so much talent and depth on his volleyball team, Centennial coach Bill Shook finds it difficult to pinpoint one reason the Eagles went undefeated and won a second straight state championship.The best Shook can do is pick two reasons -- seniors Shannon Saltzman and Laura Taneyhill.And what a combination they've been for three years at Centennial. Taneyhill burst onto the scene as a sophomore with great leaping and hitting ability. Saltzman, after deciding to give volleyball a try three years ago, became a sensation last season, when she turned into the county's Player of the Year and one of the state's top front-row players.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | October 3, 1992
Even when Centennial's volleyball team isn't performing at peak efficiency, the Eagles are usually too tough for their competition.Take last night's 15-7, 15-9, 15-6 victory over Atholton. The Eagles sputtered at times with their serves, recording a season-high nine service errors, including four in a sloppy second game. In the first game, they allowed Atholton to turn a healthy 10-1 Centennial lead into an uncomfortable 10-7 advantage.But in the end, Centennial had all the answers -- solid passing, great defense and the potent front row of Shannon Saltzman, Laura Taneyhill and Carly Cangiano.
SPORTS
By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | November 13, 1992
When asked who's the best setter he has ever had, ninth-year Centennial volleyball coach Bill Shook tries to be diplomatic.At first, he names four players -- Jenny Majewski (1984), Sue Gallagher (1986), Dawn Reuille (1989) and Sezin Omer (1992) -- as being equal, although they played in separate eras and with different levels of players. Then slowly, Omer's name emerges from the group."They appear to be the best setters we've ever had," Shook said. "But I would say Sezin is the best of the four, just because the level of players around her is much better and so she's capable of doing more."
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By Craig Amoss and Craig Amoss,Contributing writer | November 20, 1991
Much of the talk preceding the Centennial/Seneca Valley state 3A volleyball championship focused not so much on the match itself, but on the Eagles' attempt at a Triple Crown of championships last Saturday.The Centennial Eagles volleyball players held up their end of thebargain at Catonsville Community College. They swept the Screamin' Eagles from Seneca Valley, 15-13, 15-3, and 15-7."We were reminded of it on Friday," said Centennial's Laura Taneyhill. "Soccer was going around passing out directions to their games,and we said 'Hey, we've got a game tomorrow, too.' "Then again, if there was a safest-game-to-miss contest, the volleyball team wouldprobably win in a landslide, seeing as how it marched through its schedule this year like Sherman going through Georgia en route to a 19-0 record.
SPORTS
January 8, 1992
Skating championships begin with a surpriseThe U.S. Figure Skating Championships began yesterday with a surprise in ice dancing. Defending champions Elizabeth Punsalan and Jerod Swallow were tied for third in compulsories, worth 20 percent of the total score.Two couples tied for the lead. April Sargent-Thomas and Russ Witherby, three times national runners-up, were deadlocked with Rachel Mayer and Peter Breen, a relatively new team.Sargent-Thomas underwent surgery for an ovarian cyst one week before Christmas.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 25, 1992
With so much talent and depth on his volleyball team, Centennial coach Bill Shook finds it difficult to pinpoint one reason the Eagles went undefeated and won a second straight state championship.The best Shook can do is pick two reasons -- seniors Shannon Saltzman and Laura Taneyhill.And what a combination they've been for three years at Centennial. Taneyhill burst onto the scene as a sophomore with great leaping and hitting ability. Saltzman, after deciding to give volleyball a try three years ago, became a sensation last season, when she turned into the county's Player of the Year and one of the state's top front-row players.
SPORTS
By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | November 13, 1992
When asked who's the best setter he has ever had, ninth-year Centennial volleyball coach Bill Shook tries to be diplomatic.At first, he names four players -- Jenny Majewski (1984), Sue Gallagher (1986), Dawn Reuille (1989) and Sezin Omer (1992) -- as being equal, although they played in separate eras and with different levels of players. Then slowly, Omer's name emerges from the group."They appear to be the best setters we've ever had," Shook said. "But I would say Sezin is the best of the four, just because the level of players around her is much better and so she's capable of doing more."
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | October 18, 1992
It's not that she doesn't enjoy performing the glamorous feats. But when it comes to volleyball, Laura Taneyhill prefers the dirty work.As an outside hitter for Centennial's undefeated volleyball team, Taneyhill draws the most attention by scoring points. With her three-step approach to the net, her well-timed leap and one of the hardest shots in the county, she epitomizes the Eagles.During Centennial's march to the 3A state title last fall and its current 27-match winning streak, the aggressive offense has gotten much of the credit.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | October 3, 1992
Even when Centennial's volleyball team isn't performing at peak efficiency, the Eagles are usually too tough for their competition.Take last night's 15-7, 15-9, 15-6 victory over Atholton. The Eagles sputtered at times with their serves, recording a season-high nine service errors, including four in a sloppy second game. In the first game, they allowed Atholton to turn a healthy 10-1 Centennial lead into an uncomfortable 10-7 advantage.But in the end, Centennial had all the answers -- solid passing, great defense and the potent front row of Shannon Saltzman, Laura Taneyhill and Carly Cangiano.
SPORTS
January 8, 1992
Skating championships begin with a surpriseThe U.S. Figure Skating Championships began yesterday with a surprise in ice dancing. Defending champions Elizabeth Punsalan and Jerod Swallow were tied for third in compulsories, worth 20 percent of the total score.Two couples tied for the lead. April Sargent-Thomas and Russ Witherby, three times national runners-up, were deadlocked with Rachel Mayer and Peter Breen, a relatively new team.Sargent-Thomas underwent surgery for an ovarian cyst one week before Christmas.
NEWS
By Craig Amoss and Craig Amoss,Contributing writer | November 20, 1991
Much of the talk preceding the Centennial/Seneca Valley state 3A volleyball championship focused not so much on the match itself, but on the Eagles' attempt at a Triple Crown of championships last Saturday.The Centennial Eagles volleyball players held up their end of thebargain at Catonsville Community College. They swept the Screamin' Eagles from Seneca Valley, 15-13, 15-3, and 15-7."We were reminded of it on Friday," said Centennial's Laura Taneyhill. "Soccer was going around passing out directions to their games,and we said 'Hey, we've got a game tomorrow, too.' "Then again, if there was a safest-game-to-miss contest, the volleyball team wouldprobably win in a landslide, seeing as how it marched through its schedule this year like Sherman going through Georgia en route to a 19-0 record.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | February 11, 1993
The most improved girls basketball team in the county came to play the league's most frustrated team yesterday, and nothing about the game changed those trends.Visiting Wilde Lake continued its late-season surge by flooring Centennial with a combination of hot shooting and pressure defense that produced a 22-0 run in the first half. The Wildecats then rolled to a 56-25 victory that put another stamp on their comeback story."We look at films of our games in the beginning of the year, then look at films now, and there is a huge difference," Wilde Lake coach Kelly Rosati said.
NEWS
December 16, 1990
AtholtonCoach: Gray Webster, eighth year1989-1990 record: 15-9 overall, 9-5 county.Returnees: seniors: Erika Kean (F), Denise Richardson (G/F); junior: Juanita Thompson (F); sophomore: Allison Valentino (G).Newcomers to watch: Juniors: Vanessa Clack (G), Julie Ruprecht (G), Dana McGraw (F), Heather MacDonald (G), Kirsten Kruhm (F); sophomore: Kelly Smith (F).Coach's outlook: "We're young, and we're still making young mistakes.What's going to hurt us is our inexperience and lack of cohesiveness.
NEWS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | October 30, 1991
Shannon Saltzman and Laura Taneyhill play different positions, rely on different skills and fulfill different roles for Centennial's volleyball team. But the point they drive home is the same.Power pays.The Eagles, undefeated and basically unchallenged so far in theirdrive toward their second state championship in three years -- they had won 39 of 41 games going into last night's match against Hammond -- bring many flavors to their mix.They have outstanding depth, as Coach Bill Shook's 10-player rotation reveals.
NEWS
December 16, 1990
AtholtonCoach: Gray Webster, eighth year1989-1990 record: 15-9 overall, 9-5 county.Returnees: seniors: Erika Kean (F), Denise Richardson (G/F); junior: Juanita Thompson (F); sophomore: Allison Valentino (G).Newcomers to watch: Juniors: Vanessa Clack (G), Julie Ruprecht (G), Dana McGraw (F), Heather MacDonald (G), Kirsten Kruhm (F); sophomore: Kelly Smith (F).Coach's outlook: "We're young, and we're still making young mistakes.What's going to hurt us is our inexperience and lack of cohesiveness.
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