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January 7, 1997
Two High's convenience stores in Columbia were held up within three minutes of each other Sunday. Howard County police said yesterday that the two incidents likely are related."
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | September 6, 2013
The California-based Maria Carrillo girls soccer team came to the McDonogh Invitational on Friday with speedy, skilled and pesky forwards. The No. 1 Eagles couldn't quite keep up. In an early-season game filled with goals, the Pumas from outside of San Francisco put in one more to come away with an entertaining 4-3 win over the host Eagles. After McDonogh sophomore Bridgette Andrzejewski gave the host team a 2-1 lead in the 16th minute of the first half, Maria Carrillo scored three straight times to gain control.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 25, 2001
The big question entering last night's Major League Lacrosse game at Homewood Field was which Bayhawks team would show up against the Rochester Rattlers. Would it be the team that dominated all phases of the game in its season-opening 16-13 win over Long Island, or the team that stumbled to consecutive road losses last weekend? The 4,762 fans in attendance saw both versions. While the Bayhawks struggled during a couple of stretches, they were at their best when it mattered most as they registered a come-from-behind 13-12 win over the Rattlers (1-2)
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2012
After losing to No. 14 John Carroll by one goal in overtime of Wednesday's season opener, Maryvale's girls lacrosse players must have felt stuck in a Groundhog Day funk. The No. 12 Lions had suffered three of their past four losses by one goal - two in overtime - and they realized they needed to wake up and stop repeating that outcome or they could pretty quickly fall out of contention in the highly competitive Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference. Friday afternoon, the Lions broke the pattern, turning a tie game with 16 minutes left into a 16-10 win at No. 5 St. Paul's.
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August 3, 1994
FIRE* Westminster: Westminster investigated a fire alarm at Carroll County General Hospital at 2:51 p.m. Tuesday. The call was canceled after three minutes.
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July 22, 1996
FireGamber: Firefighters from Reese assisted Gamber units at 4: 40 p.m. Thursday, responding to a house fire in Baltimore County. Units were out three minutes.Pub Date: 7/22/96
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February 24, 1998
FireNew Windsor: Firefighters responded at 12: 11 p.m. Saturday to a fire alarm in the 500 block of Main St. Units were out three minutes.Pub Date: 2/24/98
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January 4, 1996
FireUniontown: Union Bridge, Taneytown and New Windsor responded to a house fire in the 4000 block of Bark Hill Road at 7:35 a.m. Tuesday. Units were out an hour and three minutes.
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September 16, 1994
FIRE* Union Bridge: Firefighters from Union Bridge and New Windsor responded to investigate a fire alarm in a building in the 100 block of Main St. at 1:20 p.m. Wednesday. Units were out for three minutes.
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October 1, 2011
The ending of the Sept. 28 right-to-a-wild-card games between the Boston Red Sox and the Orioles, and between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Yankees, belongs in the Guinness Book of Records. After nearly six months of baseball, the race boiled down to an exciting three-minute interval. Both teams were vying for a chance to compete for a wild card spot in the playoffs. The Red Sox had a nine-game lead over the Rays at one point, but were tied with them, a situation that would lead to a playoff.
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By Robbi Pickeral and Robbi Pickeral,Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 10, 2009
DURHAM, N.C. -Thunderstorms delayed the start of Navy's first-round NCAA men's lacrosse game by approximately 30 minutes Saturday night. And after losing, 14-5, to Duke at Koskinen Stadium, the Midshipmen looked as if they were still recovering from a lightning strike. Navy was burned time and time again by third-seeded Duke's electric offense. While the likes of Zach Howell, Max Quinzani, Mike Catalino and Ned Crotty racked up point after point, the Midshipmen didn't score until 13:27 remained in the third quarter.
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By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN | February 1, 2009
For editors, reporters and photographers, Sunday, January 29, 1956, was a daylong trifecta of major breaking news stories. First, they scrambled to cover the death of H.L. Mencken, the Sage of Baltimore, who had been discovered dead in bed in his Hollins Street home. His physician estimated that the elderly newspaperman and author had died sometime between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. That same morning, at 12:01 a.m., some 2,000 Baltimore Transit Co. motormen and bus drivers, were joined by maintenance workers, began returning their streetcars and buses to car barns and went on strike.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,don.markus@baltsun.com | January 16, 2009
CORAL GABLES, Fla. - As meltdowns go, the one Maryland suffered here Wednesday night in the second half of a 62-60 loss to Miami was neither as shocking as last week's similar collapse at home against Morgan State nor as devastating as what happened late last season against Clemson in College Park. Unfortunately for the Terrapins, the more of these that occur, the less surprising they are when they happen. This one was quick and painful, a 17-point lead gone in 12 1/2 minutes, disappearing for good when a three-point shot launched by former Calvert Hall standout Jack McClinton with 24 seconds left erased the 60-59 lead Maryland had recaptured on two free throws by Eric Hayes.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 15, 2008
Defending national champion Salisbury continued its march toward another title by defeating visiting Cabrini, 15-7, yesterday in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III men's lacrosse tournament. Salisbury (20-0) took a quick 2-0 lead with a pair of unassisted scores. With just under seven minutes left in the first quarter, Salisbury had a 4-0 lead before the Cavaliers got on the scoreboard when sophomore Casey Grugan sent a shot past the Sea Gulls' keeper as time expired. Each team scored a goal in the opening minutes of the second quarter, with the Cavaliers' score coming from senior Matt McKinney before the Sea Gulls converted a man-up opportunity with less than three minutes left in the half.
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By Stefen Lovelace and Stefen Lovelace,Sun Reporter | May 10, 2008
The season hasn't gone as planned for the No. 11 St. Paul's boys lacrosse team. Early injuries and a slow start looked like they would derail what the Crusaders hoped would be a promising season. For the seniors, though, a win over No. 6 Boys' Latin is of some consolation. "All the seniors have never beaten BL," senior midfielder Peter Smyth said. "Beating them makes you forget everything else that went on during the season." The St. Paul's seniors now know what it's like to beat the Lakers, having triumphed, 9-7, on Lake Avenue in both teams' regular-season finale yesterday.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special To The Sun | October 6, 2007
Fallston coach Christopher Hoover didn't hesitate. Moments after the final horn sounded in last night's boys soccer game, he yelled a suggestion to C. Milton Wright coach Brian Gunter. "Hey, coach, one more?" Hoover said with a smile. The question was understandable as No. 5 Fallston and No. 11 C.M. Wright battled to a 0-0 tie in an Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference game. The host Mustangs and visiting Fallston played 100 minutes in a game filled with strong play. C.M. Wright (8-2-1, 2-1-1)
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By TIM SMITH and TIM SMITH,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | January 22, 2006
Soave il vento ... Maybe the wind be gentle, the waves calm ... To understand the genius and ineffable artistry of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, this week's 250th birthday boy, you need only hear about three minutes -- the time it takes to listen to the Trio from Cosi fan tutte, his mostly comic opera about love, fidelity, expectations (realistic and unrealistic), sex and the sexes. The Trio is sung in the first act by the somewhat silly, but ever-so-charming ladies Dorabella and Fiordiligi and the worldly-wise Don Alfonso.
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