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By PAT O'MALLEY | January 9, 1994
In November, undefeated heavyweight Thomas "Top Dog" Williams apologized to local boxing fans at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie for not giving them a better show and promised to make it up to them.Thomas (7-0), who is under a multimillion-dollar contract with Bob Arum's Top Rank Boxing and trains in Laurel, had just taken a unanimous decision over 37-year-old Warren "Chico" Thompson (7-10-1) of Baltimore in the main event.The 1992 Golden Gloves champion gets that chance to make good on Jan. 21 at Michael's when he headlines promoter Josh Hall's seven-bout dinner and boxing card.
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NEWS
October 20, 1991
A Mass of Christian burial for Thomas G. McTeague, a retired sales executive, was offered yesterday at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Texas. Mr. McTeague, who was 67 and lived in Oxford, died Tuesday of cancer at Memorial Hospital in Easton.He retired in 1986 as a manager with the Glidden Pigments Division of the SCM Corp. He served in the Navy during World War II.He is survived by his wife, the former Juliet Welsh; five daughters, Meghan Bittner, Karen Nibbelink and Juliet Moreland, all of Towson, Mary Scott McTeague of Bel Air and Shelagh McTeague of Catonsville; three sons, Sean McTeague of White Marsh, Timothy McTeague of Cub Hill and Michael McTeague of Towson; a sister, Margaret Bradley of Baltimore; three brothers, John McTeague of Norfolk, Va., and James and Charles McTeague, both of Florida; and six grandchildren.
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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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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 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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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | March 18, 1997
In one of the team's most active days during the off-season, the Ravens were close to completing deals yesterday with free agents Broderick Thomas, a Dallas Cowboys linebacker, and Leo Goeas, a St. Louis Rams guard, while also having trade discussions with the Oakland Raiders about the Ravens' No. 4 overall selection in the draft.Terms of the deals were not available, but Ravens owner Art Modell said the announcement on Thomas could come as early as today. Goeas has agreed in principle to a three-year deal, said Ozzie Newsome, the team's vice president of player personnel.
NEWS
October 5, 2003
On September 26, 2003, MARION K. TOOMEY (nee King), beloved wife of the late Daniel Toomey, dear sister of June K. Mullholand, Felica Klatt and the late Dorothea McTeague and Ellwood King. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date.
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By KATHERINE DUNN | March 8, 2009
Fallston's Mike McTeague is pulling double duty as head coach of the girls basketball team and the girls lacrosse team. The undefeated basketball team plays in the state semifinals this week. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/varsityletters)
FEATURES
August 9, 1998
High school students have summer reading lists. Grown-ups have lists for summer reading, too. Here's one for your youngest readers."At the Beach," by Anne Rockwell"Summertime in the Big Woods," by Laura Ingalls Wilder"Splash," by Anne Jonas"Sea Shapes," by Suse McDonald"How I Spent My Summer Vacation," by Mark Teague- Courtesy Barnes & Noble, Annapolis Harbour CenterPub Date: 8/09/98
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September 4, 2003
On September 1, 2003, ANNIE D. McLEAN of Washington D.C. Mother of Rev. Charlene Thompson of Baltimore, MD, Shirley Lawson-Bradley of Washington, D.C., Elveeta M. Johnson of Columbia, MD, Yvonne O. Johnson of Washington D.C.; Grandmother of eight, great-grandmother of eight; sister of Grace Teague of Baltimore, MD. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 East North Avenue on Thursday after 2 P.M. The family will receive friends...
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