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By Kim Hart and Kim Hart,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2005
When Stacey Teague graduated from the theater department at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County five years ago, she wanted to jump-start her career in costume design. But instead of sending out resumes and portfolios, she took a less conventional approach: She ran off and joined the circus. The Calvert County native joined Cirque du Soleil - the Montreal-based company that has transformed the circus into a modern, gravity-defying theatrical production - as a temporary dresser.
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Peter Schmuck | December 10, 2011
LANDOVER - It is only because of the unique nature of the Army-Navy football rivalry that redemption can be this complete. Anywhere else, there would be no salvaging a season with so many difficult moments, but this is Army-Navy, which is a season in itself. It's the Super Bowl of service academy football - the end that for one team each December, fully justifies the means. Navy kicker Jon Teague is this year's poster boy for the power of this 121-year-old rivalry to erase everything that has come before it. His two late field goals were the difference in a 27-21 victory at FedEx Field that was Navy's 10th straight against Army.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | February 26, 1997
A week after receiving a free-agent visit from Dallas free safety Brock Marion, the Ravens will talk with another Cowboys safety -- four-year veteran George Teague.Teague, who has met with the Miami Dolphins, is expected in Baltimore tonight.Originally drafted in the first round by Green Bay out of Alabama in 1993, Teague started 50 of 54 games over three seasons with the Packers, who traded him to Atlanta last year after acquiring Eugene Robinson. The Falcons eventually cut Teague, and he signed with Dallas in August.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2011
Shortly after Jon Teague returned to his dorm room at the Naval Academy late last Saturday afternoon, the downcast senior placekicker received a text message from one of predecessors inviting him out to dinner. Teague had missed a field goal and had an extra point blocked in overtime of a 35-34 loss to Air Force earlier in the day at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, and Matt Harmon knew exactly what his former teammate was going through. Though Harmon had helped beat Air Force by tying a school record with four field goals in a 33-27 win over the Falcons in Colorado Springs as a senior in 2008, he had an extra point blocked against Tulsa in overtime as a sophomore and had what could have been a game-winning field goal blocked late in the fourth quarter against Ball State of a game the Midshipmen lost in overtime when Harmon was a junior.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | December 29, 1996
IRVING, Texas -- When the Atlanta Falcons put safety George Teague on the waiver wire last August, 28 teams bypassed him.That left the Dallas Cowboys, who, as the Super Bowl champions, had the last chance to take him.Short of players in the secondary, the Cowboys grabbed him.The move has paid big dividends for Dallas."
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | March 19, 1997
The Ravens have agreed to a four-year contract with Dallas Cowboys free-agent safety Brock Marion, said Ozzie Newsome, the team's vice president of player personnel, last night.Terms of the deal were not available, but Marion made a base salary of $226,000 and received a $135,000 signing bonus last season. He has been considered one of the best young safeties in the free-agent market.Marion, 26, started 10 games for the Cowboys last year before a fractured left scapula sidelined him for the rest of the season.
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September 21, 2000
Scherry Teague Harrah, 75, former actress and showgirl who helped William F. Harrah decorate his Reno and Lake Tahoe casinos, died Sunday in Reno of breast cancer.
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February 13, 2004
On February 11, 2004 JOYCE ROAMONA LAUBACH of Bel Air, MD, beloved wife of Frederick Christian Laubach Sr.; devoted mother of Frederick C. Laubach Jr., David H. Laubach II, Cristina M. Teague and the late Henry J. Laubach; loving sister of Jack Ownesby Jr. Also survived by seven grandchildren, Phillip D. Teague, Matt F. Teague, Crystal L. Laubach, Frederick L. Laubach III, Alicia A. Laubach, Kimberly N. Laubach and Bethany D. Laubach. Services will be held in the family owned Mc Comas Funeral Home, P.A., Bel Air, MD on Saturday, February 14, 2004 at 11 a.m. Interment will be in Mt. Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery, Bel Air, MD. Friends may call the Funeral Home in Bel AIr on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
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September 13, 1992
Head coach: Chrissie TeagueAssistant coaches: None.1991 record: 3-10.Top returnees: Seniors Taff Schunter, Stephanie Patterson, April Jones, Tanya Stelpz. Juniors Jen Walter, Mindy Patrick, Olivia Goshier. Sophomore Melinda Virts.Top newcomers: Sophomores Erin Donhauser, Larissa Henry.Coach's outlook: "I think we'll do well."Harford County Sun outlook: "Well," at least in comparison to recent seasons. First-year coach Teague, a North Harford graduate and former Hawks player, will send out a competitive entry.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 8, 2002
One man died and a co-worker was seriously injured yesterday after they were thrown from the platform of a crane that tipped over at the Bata Shoe factory site, where a mixed-use development is being built along the Bush River. Gary Bellmyer, 48, of Havre de Grace and Samuel B. Teague, 24, of Street had been stringing lights through trees before the 3:20 p.m. accident at the site off the 4500 block of Pulaski Highway, Abingdon fire officials said. Officials said Bellmyer went into cardiac arrest and was pronounced dead at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center.
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By Camille Powell and Camille Powell,The Washington Post | August 16, 2009
At the end of practice on most days, Navy sophomore kicker Jon Teague lines up for a pair of field goals as the rest of his teammates gather around and scream. "It may not seem like the ideal conditions, but that's exactly what I want. It's going to be multiplied by 1,000 once we get into the Horseshoe," Teague said last week in reference to the the season opener at Ohio State on Sept. 5. "Anything that's game-like, I want them to re-create that." Teague is taking part in what is a wide-open competition for kicking duties, along with junior Joe Buckley and freshman Scott Blasinsky.
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By From Sun staff and news services | February 9, 2009
Dino Gaudio listed all the little things his Wake Forest team did right during its rapid rise to No. 1. Then, he watched his Demon Deacons finally do them again. They ran, they rebounded, they defended - and, not coincidentally, they got two of their most dependable scorers back on track. Jeff Teague scored 27 points, freshman Al-Farouq Aminu added a season-high 26, and No. 7 Wake Forest bounced back yesterday after a surprisingly lopsided loss by routing visiting Boston College, 93-76.
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January 18, 2009
Stunned Pittsburgh coach Jamie Dixon (right) looks on during the second half as his top-ranked Panthers suffered their first loss of the men's basketball season, 69-63, to No. 20 Louisville. Earl Clark had 16 points and 11 rebounds on his 21st birthday to lead the Cardinals, and Terrence Williams added 20 points, seven rebounds and four assists. In other action: Gerald Henderson and Kyle Singler powered No. 3 Duke to a 76-67 defeat of No. 13 Georgetown, and Jeff Teague scored 24 to lift No. 2 Wake Forest to a 78-68 win over No. 10 Clemson in a battle of undefeated Atlantic Coast Conference teams.
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By From Sun news services | January 12, 2009
Wake Forest spent the past few years trying to re-create the magic of Chris Paul. The Demon Deacons have finally done it - by not trying so hard to become an exact copy of his final team. Still, a few similarities can't hurt - such as having yet another high-scoring point guard. Behind Jeff Teague's career-high 34 points, the fourth-ranked Demon Deacons held on for a 92-89 victory over No. 3 North Carolina last night that marked the first big win of the season for coach Dino Gaudio's young but talented team.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | April 19, 2008
The trust developed by the defensemen on the Navy men's lacrosse team has a humble beginning: their stomachs. At least once a week, as many as 15 defensemen and long- and short-stick defensive midfielders congregate at the Steerage Restaurant on the Naval Academy's campus in Annapolis. Pizzas are ordered, topics including movies and video games are discussed, and pints of Ben & Jerry's (bought by either senior defensemen Brendan Teague or Jordan DiNola) are consumed. "I'd say we're pretty close," Teague said.
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By Dave Curtis and Dave Curtis,ORLANDO SENTINEL | March 19, 2007
NEW ORLEANS -- For 36 minutes yesterday, defending champion Florida and feisty Purdue played to a near-stalemate. In the final four minutes, the Gators threw the ball to forward Al Horford, the one man Purdue struggled to match. Horford, the best player on No. 1 seed Florida, scored six of his 17 points in the game's final 3:13 to help the Gators put away No. 9 seed Purdue, 74-67, in a second-round game. "Al is a monster," teammate Joakim Noah said. "He's really been leading us. Al's been playing unbelievable basketball.
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April 7, 2006
On April 3, 2006, ROBERT H. SCHMIDT of Street; beloved husband of Theresa Schmidt (nee Cavallucci); loving father of Robin Workman, Trish Ortiz and Deanna Mc Jilton; stepfather of James and Jeffrey Teague, cherished grandfather of Amber Wilburn, Ashley Ortiz, T.J. and Megan Workman, Alexander, Rebecca and Nicholas Mc Jilton, Amber, Linzy, Tyler and Jamie Teague; great-grandsons, Tyler, Zachary and Nathan Robert Wilbur; dear brother of William Schmidt and...
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | January 31, 2004
A Woodlawn couple have been arrested and charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of their infant son last year, Baltimore County police said yesterday. Quantina Tisdale, 24, and Johnnie Jay Teague, 31, of the 6300 block of Windsor Mill Road were charged late Thursday with manslaughter, child abuse and reckless endangerment, and were being held without bail. The 1-month-old died Oct. 15 after someone put a rag in his mouth, police said. The next day, a medical examiner ruled that Shaquan Arthur Teague died from asphyxia caused by homicide, according to charging documents filed in District Court.
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April 7, 2006
On April 3, 2006, ROBERT H. SCHMIDT of Street; beloved husband of Theresa Schmidt (nee Cavallucci); loving father of Robin Workman, Trish Ortiz and Deanna Mc Jilton; stepfather of James and Jeffrey Teague, cherished grandfather of Amber Wilburn, Ashley Ortiz, T.J. and Megan Workman, Alexander, Rebecca and Nicholas Mc Jilton, Amber, Linzy, Tyler and Jamie Teague; great-grandsons, Tyler, Zachary and Nathan Robert Wilbur; dear brother of William Schmidt and...
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By Kim Hart and Kim Hart,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2005
When Stacey Teague graduated from the theater department at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County five years ago, she wanted to jump-start her career in costume design. But instead of sending out resumes and portfolios, she took a less conventional approach: She ran off and joined the circus. The Calvert County native joined Cirque du Soleil - the Montreal-based company that has transformed the circus into a modern, gravity-defying theatrical production - as a temporary dresser.
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