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By Steve Jones | February 26, 2013
The Century boys' track and field team and Manchester Valley senior Abby Culp were the definition of excellence at the Maryland Class 2A-1A indoor track and field state championships. Century easily won its second state title in three years during the Feb. 18 event at the Prince George's County Learning and Sports Center while Culp set a new state and Class 1A record with a time of 11:24.12 to win the 3,200 meter race. The Century boys outdistanced runner-up Largo by an astounding 39 points in the Class 2A meet.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2014
The top-ranked Severna Park boys were dominant in the 2013 cross country season, capped by a spectacular effort in the Class 4A state championship race at McDaniel College. In that race, the Falcons finished with 38 points, crushing second-place Dulaney (114) and everyone else. Ryan Forsyth won the race as Severna Park placed five runners in the top 14. Forsyth, a star fresh off Anne Arundel and East Regional titles, could have skipped the race and the stacked Falcons still would have won. The best teams often feature dominant runners, but not always.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | February 18, 1994
Centennial's boys track team did more than just qualify for the states in yesterday's Class 3A Central Regional Indoor Track and Field Championships at the Fifth Regiment Armory.The Eagles soared to the team title, racking up 134 points and easily holding off runner-up Dundalk and third-place Parkville.Randallstown's girls tallied 104 points to outlast runner-up Franklin (84) and Centennial (67).Senior distance runner Bobby Van Allen led the Eagles as he finished first in the boys 800- and 1,600-meter runs and second in the 3,200.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2014
Salisbury's bid to capture its 11th national championship did not unfold as planned as the team dropped a 12-9 decision to Tufts in the Division III tournament final on May 25 at M&T Bank Stadium. It was only the fifth time in 15 title-game appearances that the Sea Gulls failed to bring home the crown, but the result did not diminish coach Jim Berkman's positive assessment of this year's squad, which went 21-2 overall and 6-1 in the Capital Athletic Conference. “I really enjoyed this team this year,” he said.
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 26, 1998
Notre Dame Prep did not win a single event at Saturday's Catholic League Swimming Championships, but that didn't stop the Pirates from taking the team title.NDP, which finished in a three-way tie with McDonogh and Severn for the regular season championship, out-distanced Severn, 379.5-327 for the title in the third annual event at UMBC. McDonogh was third with 315 points.Depth provided the winning edge for the Pirates, who had only three second-place finishes and two thirds. The points piled up quickly, however, because all but four NDP swimmers made their way into the finals.
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By Lem Satterfield and John Stewart and Lem Satterfield and John Stewart,Sun Staff Writers | December 19, 1994
Sixth-ranked Kit Doran (160) decked Perry Hall's previously unbeaten Austin Kim in 1:31 of their title bout to lead No. 8 Aberdeen to the team title in the weekend's 25th annual John Carroll Tournament.Doran was one of three titlist for the Eagles, who had two runners-up and six third-place finishers to eclipse runner-up and No. 9 Boys' Latin, 192 1/2 -162.Sophomore Brian Berger (119) got the first of four individual championship pins for Boys' Latin. Senior Tim Berger, his older brother (135)
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By Andrea Leand and Andrea Leand,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 10, 2000
A mixture of old and new rang true at the Baltimore County tennis championships yesterday as a talented crop of freshmen emerged with first-time honors and defending champion Pikesville High snagged its 35th team title in 37 years. The 93-degree temperatures didn't faze Franklin's top two 15-year-olds, Beatrice Grasu and Brooke Rogers, en route to their victories in the girls Nos. 1 and 2 divisions, respectively. The two teen-agers, nicknamed "Killer B's" because of their domination this season, preserved their unblemished records without dropping a game.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 8, 1999
The Vikings didn't win a team title, but Mount Hebron cross country coach Mark Agnew was pleased with the efforts of both his boys and girls teams last Saturday at the Jack Griffin Invitational in Frederick.Kate Frande of Mount Hebron won the girls' 3.1-mile race by 30 seconds in 19 minutes, 15 seconds as the Vikings finished fourth behind Good Counsel, Quince Orchard and Walter Johnson. Teammates Lindsay Evens and Lauren Ritterman finished 22nd and 23rd, respectively."It was no shame losing to those teams," said Agnew of the preseason county-favorite Vikings.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 28, 2000
With about a quarter-mile to go in yesterday's city championship run in Herring Run Park, heavy favorite Debbie Green of Northern had just a 30-yard lead over Mervo freshman Ava Lee. That was more than enough to capture a third straight title, getting lots of help from Lee, who just couldn't hold on anymore. Experience, that's Green's forte these days. But as dominant as she is in the city, there's a problem: lack of competition. "I've been to a couple of invitational[s] against stronger runners and I think it's done me a lot of good," she said.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | May 11, 2002
Three was the magic number for the Severna Park tennis team. All three finalists the Falcons placed in the Anne Arundel County Tournament proved victorious - including seniors Susan Johnson and Lindsay Suller each claiming their third straight tournament crown - to help Severna Park win the team title at Chesapeake High in Pasadena yesterday. The Falcons scored 41 points in capturing their third straight county championship since April Quigley became coach in 2000. Broadneck was second with 32 points.
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By Jeff Seidel and For The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2014
The No. 3 Century boys and No. 7 Liberty girls turned in dominant performances Thursday night as both repeated as team champions in the Carroll County track and field title meet at Winters Mill. Both teams overwhelmed the competition on their sides of the meet. The Century boys won nine events and finished with 183 points to easily beat out Westminster (113.5) en route to a second consecutive championship. The Liberty girls used a similar formula while winning a fourth straight team title.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2014
Danika Ani Francis Scott Key, junior •Took second in Class 2A state shot put, losing by half an inch •Won Carroll County and Class 2A West region titles •Throw of 39 feet, 8 inches in the regional meet was top in the metro area this winter, according to athletic.net •Ran sprints and relays at different times for the Eagles this winter Toni Brown Milford Mill, senior •Played big role in Millers' second-place...
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | January 28, 2014
LANDOVER - The Severna Park girls won their third consecutive Anne Arundel County indoor track championship Tuesday, but it wasn't easy. The No. 4 Falcons earned their usual number of points from distance running, then took advantage of key points from field events and sprints to outlast No. 3 South River and Annapolis. The No. 8 Arundel boys also used a late rally to win their team title, the first for the Wildcats since 1974. The Severna Park girls finished with 119.83 points, beating out South River (117)
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2013
First team Carly Bunting South River, senior * Captured the Anne Arundel County individual title as South River won team crown * Took the Class 4A East region title as Seahawks also won team title * Finished sixth in the state meet * Took fourth in the Doc Jones Invitational Sarah Coffey Hereford, sophomore * After a solid freshman year last fall, Coffey continued to improve this season ...
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2013
Coach of the Year Josh Alcombright Severna Park When talking about his team, Alcombright sometimes almost seemed in awe of what he had to work with this season. After the Falcons won the Anne Arundel County team title by 58 points, Alcombright shook his head while marveling at his team. "It's a special group of guys," he said. "I feel privileged to be a part of it. " They showed how special they were all year. After that huge county win, the top-ranked Falcons crushed the field at the Class 4A East region meet by 71 points and did even better at the states, winning by 76. Severna Park had depth, and Alcombright did a good job of making sure everyone stayed together and didn't lose sight of their goals.
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2013
Runner Of Year Ryan Forsyth Severna Park, senior Top-ranked Severna Park proved to be one of the most dominant teams in recent years, and Forsyth led the way. Forsyth was the Falcons' top runner throughout the season. His consistency was impressive as he broke five course records, even twice setting a new mark at Chaptico Regional Park this season. He kept getting better throughout the fall, ending the season on a strong note by pulling off the tough feat of winning the Anne Arundel County Class 4A East region and then the Class 4A state title.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | May 14, 1999
Broadneck senior Jennifer Hellier relied on her experience. For Severna Park junior Andrew Porter, redemption played a role.Hellier and Porter both captured their third straight county singles titles at the Anne Arundel County Tennis Championships at Chesapeake High yesterday.Arundel captured the team title behind its strong doubles play. The Wildcats edged runner-up Severna Park, 35-33, with Broadneck taking third with 21 points.Arundel's top two boys doubles pairs reached the final, with Aaron Gough and Brad Hurst needing to go into a third-set tie-breaker to get past teammates Jordan Hoyt and Dave Filo, 8-7, in the decider.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 9, 1997
It was the same story for Westminster wrestler Dave Spicer and Old Mill's No. 2 Chris Combs: Hard work paying off. And each wrestler reaped the benefits with 3A-4A state titles yesterday.Combs (103, 35-1) scored a pin, a major decision, and a default victory before grinding out a 7-0 decision over Annapolis' Dan Hemminger (25-5) in a rematch of last week's region final. The 16-year-old became the Patriots' 20th state champ and their first sophomore to win a crown.Spicer (34-6), whose Westminster squad (86 points, third)
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By Jeff Seidel and For The Baltimore Sun | November 8, 2013
Glenelg Country won the MIAA cross country B Conference team title on Wednesday. The Dragons finished with 240 points, edging out Boys' Latin (248). Joey Pickens (10th) of Glenelg Country was the highest B Conference finisher overall. "[Boys' Latin is] a strong team, and we were fortunate to win," said GCS coach Scott Doughty. "This team bought in completely to our training plan and remained unusually focused throughout the year. " The Glenelg Country victory in this race left both teams with a 12-1 record this season.
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By Steve Jones, For the Baltimore Sun | October 30, 2013
Bryana Nguyen didn't think she could top the record 66 that she achieved in Monday's first round of the MPSSAA state golf tournament. But when she returned to the University of Maryland Golf Course on Wednesday, Nguyen came close to equaling her sizzling start with a final-round 68. Nguyen finished her high school career with a two-round score of 134, enabling the Atholton senior to win her second consecutive Class 3A/4A state title. The University of North Carolina-bound senior outdistanced Wootton's Delaney Shah by seven strokes.
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