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February 15, 2009
Western Howard County's Relay For Life, the overnight fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, will hold a team meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Glenwood Community Center, 2400 Route 97, Cooksville. The theme for the meeting is "You Are the Heart of Relay," and information about Relay for Life will be provided. Everyone is welcome. Friends and relatives of cancer survivors, religious organizations, service clubs, schools and the public are invited to form teams, which raise money during the year for the event.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | April 18, 2014
OXFORD, OHIO -- John and Jim Harbaugh are teaming up to orchestrate what they believe is another first. The head coaching brothers have scheduled joint practices between John's Ravens and Jim's San Francisco 49ers following the matchup between the two teams in Week One of the preseason on Thursday, Aug. 7 at M&T Bank Stadium. While more and more NFL teams are engaging in joint practices during training camp - the Ravens have not done it in recent seasons - those workouts typically occur in the days before the teams play in the preseason.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | March 26, 2008
The UMBC men's lacrosse team's recent run - three straight victories and four wins in the past five games - can trace its roots to a loss. Minutes after a humbling 13-4 setback to Rutgers on Feb. 23 that yielded an 0-2 start, the Retrievers held a team meeting. According to coach Don Zimmerman, reserve sophomore defenseman Tim Eagan seized the opportunity, imploring his teammates to play with the kind of energy that the team hadn't shown in losses to Delaware and the Scarlet Knights. Then senior attackman Conor Devlin reminded his teammates of his freshman year when a promising 2005 squad compiled a 7-8 record and missed the NCAA tournament.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - Maryland fans are well aware that Saturday's game against No. 8 Duke will be the Terps ' last visit to Cameron Indoor Stadium for the foreseeable future - or at least until Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski has nothing to say about it. Maryland coach Mark Turgeon and his players know that, too, so for them, the nationally televised matchup against the Blue Devils has as much to do with the rivalry's heated history as the current plight...
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | October 12, 1992
OAKLAND, Calif. -- It comes down to Dave Stewart again, and he probably wouldn't have it any other way. He will face David Cone today in Game 5 of what has become a sudden-death series for the Oakland Athletics.Stewart is taking his responsibility seriously. He kept the clubhouse doors closed after the game and gave the club an impromptu pep talk after the A's came from five runs ahead to drop a 7-6 decision to the Toronto Blue Jays yesterday at the Oakland Coliseum.The A's are a veteran team that has been in the playoffs four times in the last five years.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 4, 1991
EMMITSBURG -- John Williams' days as a member of the Washington Bullets may be numbered after the veteran forward was AWOL for the start of training camp for the second straight year.Williams, 24, considered the team's most versatile player and a key to its rebuilding plans, was the only veteran who failed to appear for the 6 p.m. team meeting yesterday in Gettysburg, Pa., where general manager John Nash and coach Wes Unseld welcomed the players before the team returns to Mount St. Mary's College for the official start of camp today.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | May 17, 1998
Rather than head onto the field to stretch at 4: 15 p.m. yesterday, the Orioles were kept inside the clubhouse for about 20 minutes while manager Ray Miller conducted his first team meeting.Information was scarce. Miller is adamant about keeping such matters private. But he clearly has become agitated with the club's performance and apparently did most of the talking."It was just a state of the union, a pep talk. How's that?" Miller said.Asked if it was well-received, he said, "I don't know.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 28, 2000
The Middletown boys soccer team is far different from the squad that captured the Class 2A West regional title last season, but it would be difficult to convince Francis Scott Key otherwise. The Eagles were outhustled, outshot and outplayed in a 5-0 loss to the visiting Knights in Union Bridge last night. Middletown torched the nets with three goals in the first half -two of which came in the final minute of play - and added two more in the second half. The Knights' domination of Francis Scott Key, which dropped to 1-1 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League and 1-2-1 overall, forced co-coaches Bob Cole and Michael Oakes to call a team meeting after the game.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun Reporter | January 14, 2007
College Park -- He told them to play against Clemson - the nation's last unbeaten Division I team - as if their "lives depended on it." In a players-only meeting prompted by Maryland's ugly loss to Miami on Wednesday, senior guard D.J. Strawberry and his teammates spoke of the importance of getting back to the way they had started the season - with eight straight wins. Maryland@Virginia Tuesday, 8 p.m., Ch. 54, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,SUN STAFF | August 7, 2005
WASHINGTON -- The Washington Nationals have shuffled their lineups, contemplated trades. Yesterday, manager Frank Robinson convened a pre-game team meeting that he said was to "clear the air" and get players more focused. Then the Nationals went out and nevertheless lost their 13th straight one-run game, a 3-2 decision to the San Diego Padres in which Washington managed five hits. Instead of pre-game meetings, maybe the Nationals need a collective hug, or an amulet, or an exorcist. Anything to reverse the red tide engulfing their season and threatening to take them out of wild-card contention if things get much worse.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | February 12, 2014
Shortly after the season began, Calvert Hall basketball coach John Bauersfeld crammed his players into a classroom and let them have their say. The Cardinals had dominated their summer league, dedicated themselves to a rigorous workout program in the fall and filled the preseason with grind-it-out practices that brought healthy competition. But that collective heart-to-heart in mid-December - each player having his say - might have as much to do with the Cardinals' breakthrough season as anything else.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | December 30, 2013
His teammates were all around him, saying their goodbyes, exchanging phone numbers and emptying the contents of their lockers into industrial-size garbage bags. But Ravens running back Ray Rice couldn't get himself to do any of it. "It's tough when you're home this early," Rice said. "It just feels like it's too early to be packing up. " The Ravens spent Day 1 of their offseason attending one final team meeting with coach John Harbaugh at the Under Armour Performance Center and packing up their belongings.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2013
Swiveling in the pocket as he eyed the Ravens' coverage schemes during the AFC championship game last January, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady certainly didn't lack for inviting targets downfield. Brady threw to tight end Aaron Hernandez and wide receivers Wes Welker and Brandon Lloyd. During a 28-13 loss at Gillette Stadium, he passed with 320 yards for one touchdown and two interceptions. Heading into Sunday's rematch against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium, however, Brady is no longer so fortunate.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 22, 2013
The Arundel girls soccer team's priority in Tuesday's Anne Arundel County championship game against rival Broadneck was a fast start. The No. 3 Wildcats also spent extra time in practice defending corner kicks and long throws, which have been reliable sources of offense for the No. 2 Bruins throughout the season. It all paid off. With senior All-Metro forward Clarissa Kirsch-Downs providing the offense with a ninth-minute goal and the defense holding firm the rest of the way, Arundel earned a 1-0 win to capture the program's second county championship.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2013
The Ravens arrived at the Under Armour Performance Center on Saturday morning with the expectation that they would have to pull on their pads for another afternoon practice in the sun. But midway through a team meeting before the scheduled practice, coach John Harbaugh showed the players a couple of videos of comedian Tracy Morgan to lighten the mood. As the players watched the clips on the large projection screen in the team auditorium, the former “Saturday Night Live” and “30 Rock” star suddenly walked into the room.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 16, 2013
Victor "Vic" Turyn, a retired Federal Bureau of Investigation and Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond official who had been an outstanding quarterback at College Park in the late 1940s, died Aug. 11 of heart failure at his Ellicott City home. He was 91. Victor Turyn was born in McRoberts, Tenn., to immigrant parents. His father, Jan Poltorovski was from Poland, and his mother, Anna Zablocki Poltorovski, was from Russia. "None of the family members know why immigration officials changed Jan's name to John Turyn, but they believe this was the way many immigrants in the 1900s received their Americanized names," said a daughter, Kathleen "Kathy" Stempkovski of Elkridge.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | February 12, 2014
Shortly after the season began, Calvert Hall basketball coach John Bauersfeld crammed his players into a classroom and let them have their say. The Cardinals had dominated their summer league, dedicated themselves to a rigorous workout program in the fall and filled the preseason with grind-it-out practices that brought healthy competition. But that collective heart-to-heart in mid-December - each player having his say - might have as much to do with the Cardinals' breakthrough season as anything else.
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November 21, 2005
"I'm a grown man. I know how to act." Darren Sharper Minnesota Vikings safety, after a team meeting Saturday to go over a handbook on the code of conduct
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2013
The voices of Joe Flacco and Dean Pees were audible from a football field away - Flacco barking out line calls and Pees providing instruction and encouragement to his young defense. Standing about 10 yards behind his quarterback, Ravens offense coordinator Jim Caldwell did more observing than talking. Wearing all black on a steamy Baltimore afternoon, Caldwell sporadically looked down at his play sheet but quickly returned his gaze to the action in front of him. When he spoke, he did so in measured tones, opting more for individual conversations than loud lectures.
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May 9, 2013
A players-only meeting, some serious offensive tinkering and the emergence of midfielders Brian Hess (McDonogh), Pat Corbett and Alex Drake has led Lehigh to a 12-4 finish. It's placed them in a position to do what they failed to do last year — win the first NCAA tournament game in program history. "The seniors met; then we had a team meeting. I always knew we had the talent and the guys on the field capable of getting the job done. Guys had to believe in themselves. We needed to call guys out and we needed more out of guys; we've done that," attackman David DiMaria said of the team meeting after Lehigh's 6-4 loss to Massachusetts on March 20. "We thought we arrived last year, and the plan was to remain," coach Kevin Cassese said.
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