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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2014
Archbishop Spalding boys lacrosse coach Kenneth 'Bear' Davis has stepped down after accepting a full-time position with Major League Lacrosse's Ohio Machine. Davis, a Columbus, Ohio, native, spent three seasons at Spalding and posted a 25-31 record competing in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference. The Cavaliers finished 7-12 last season. Spalding Director of Athletics, Jeff Parsons, said the school is still searching for a replacement. Davis was named the Machine's vice president and head coach.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2014
The key offensive component to the Orioles' resurgence the past three years has been the ability to hit home runs. They're never out of any game simply because they can change the tone of it with one swing. The Orioles have hit at least 200 home runs in three straight seasons for the first time in franchise history. It's a big part of who they are, but as the club embarks on its second playoff run in three years, there is a question whether their biggest offensive weapon will work in the postseason.
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By Ann Hornaday and Ann Hornaday,SUN FILM CRITIC | May 21, 1999
by Vietnam floats dreamily between past and future in "Three Seasons," a languidly paced story of interlocking characters in present-day Saigon. This may be the first movie about the contemporary country in which war is not a theme, but just one more element of a rich and complex history.Stunningly photographed to capture the country's lush physical beauty, colonial architecture and encroaching Americanization, "Three Seasons" feels like a dead-on accurate portrait of Vietnam, even at its most exquisitely impressionistic.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2014
After the Orioles drained bottles of champagne inside the home clubhouse of Camden Yards, leaving behind not a dry spot in a room littered with corks and empty beer bottles, they ran toward the dugout for a postgame party that Baltimore had long awaited. They celebrated their first American League East division title in 17 years Tuesday night after their 8-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays with their hometown fans at Camden Yards. Their coronation as newly recrowned kings of the AL East came in front of a sea of orange -- an announced 34,297 -- entirely on its feet, standing as right-hander Tommy Hunter closed out the game with a grounder to first base.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | November 2, 1996
COLLEGE PARK -- Honk if you've quarterbacked Maryland.Keon Russell is the sixth player to pilot the Terps the past three seasons. Two years ago, Scott Milanovich, Kevin Foley and Brian Cummings got turns. When Cummings sprained an ankle in the 1995 opener against Tulane, Orlando Strozier was the emergency fill-in.Redshirt freshman Ken Mastrole has gotten two starts in place of the injured Cummings this season, and when Mastrole fractured his right collarbone in seven places at Duke, Russell got his chance.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | August 30, 2003
Navy right tackle Josh Goodin knows all about losing and understands as much as any other senior that the Midshipmen need to win now, starting today. For veterans such as Goodin, who has suffered through 30 defeats and has savored only three victories over the previous three seasons, a return to respectability must begin in the season opener against visiting Virginia Military Institute. "When you win three games in three years, whether you want it to or not, [losing] is going to start being a habit.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 22, 1998
This is the year. For Sale Isaia, this is the year he buries theinjuries that have buried him as a young player. This is the year Isaia establishes himself as a presence on the Ravens' offensive line, the year he gets through training camp healthy, has a sparkling preseason, then enjoys his first productive fall as a pro.Or so he hopes.Since joining the franchise in Cleveland as a rookie free agent out of UCLA in 1995, Isaia has learned plenty about life in the big leagues. Trouble is, nearly all of his education has been absorbed off the field and in the training room.
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April 15, 1993
New England has signed Phoenix Cardinals restricted free agent Ricky Proehl to an offer sheet giving the wide receiver $3.2 million over three years.Phoenix has seven days to match the Patriots' offer.Proehl, a third-round NFL draft choice in 1990 out of Wake Forest, has averaged 57 catches in three seasons with Phoenix.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 25, 2005
Maryland is guaranteed home-and-away games with Duke and Virginia for the next three seasons, according to the scheduling plan released yesterday by the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Blue Devils and Cavaliers are the Terps' primary partners in the conference schedule from 2005-06 to 2007-08. The plan also divides each school's other league opponents into three groups of rotating partners. Three of those opponents will play in home-and-away series, three will be played only at home and three only on the road.
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May 3, 2006
Laura Isaac, Chapelgate Christian SPORT SOFTBALL GIRLS STATS -- A senior third baseman, Isaac has been a team captain for the past three seasons. This season, she went into the week hitting .294 with 14 RBIs and 23 runs for the Yellowjackets, who are 10-3 overall and in first place in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland C Conference with a 9-1record. Isaac also played three seasons on the varsity volleyball team as a middle blocker. SIDELINES -- Maintaining a B-average at Chapelgate, Isaac will attend Towson University and major in music for vocal performance.
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By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2014
The Orioles clinching a division title had been inevitable for weeks. But for fans who'd waited 17 years to reclaim bragging rights in the American League East, witnessing the actual moment at Camden Yards Tuesday night seemed essential. A sweet moment it was, with orange and white confetti raining from the upper deck as the Orioles formed an exultant mob on the field after beating the Toronto Blue Jays, 8-2, to seize their first divisional title since 1997. “This was awesome.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2014
Archbishop Spalding boys lacrosse coach Kenneth 'Bear' Davis has stepped down after accepting a full-time position with Major League Lacrosse's Ohio Machine. Davis, a Columbus, Ohio, native, spent three seasons at Spalding and posted a 25-31 record competing in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference. The Cavaliers finished 7-12 last season. Spalding Director of Athletics, Jeff Parsons, said the school is still searching for a replacement. Davis was named the Machine's vice president and head coach.
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Peter Schmuck | August 19, 2014
There was a time when such a scene exceeded the imagination of a new generation of Orioles fans. On the fourth floor of the B&O Warehouse, Orioles employees stuffed envelopes with playoff ticket order forms and dispatched them to season-ticket holders Tuesday in the hope and anticipation of an Orange-and-Black October. This is not a unique phenomenon. It's going on all over the major leagues, and the same scene played out the past two years in the Warehouse, but there seems to be general agreement that it all feels more real this year.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2014
Standing in the middle of the Ravens' practice field Tuesday, offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak directed traffic by pointing his fingers and huddling frequently with quarterback Joe Flacco. The hiring of Kubiak in late January was a dramatic change after the Ravens failed to make the playoffs for the first time since the 2007 season and finished the season ranked 29th in total offense. Kubiak is installing his offensive playbook, which is based heavily on play-action passes, bootlegs and a zone-blocking scheme that emphasizes a mobile offensive line and a devotion to the running game.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2013
In the midst of a two-game losing skid, and with his Towson women's soccer team on the outside looking in, coach Greg Paynter would not be faulted if he was anxious about the program's hopes of qualifying for the Colonial Athletic Association tournament. But after playing nine of their first 16 games on the road, the Tigers (7-8-1, 2-4 CAA) will conclude their season with three games at home. More importantly, Paynter said he senses a group of players brimming with confidence. “I think we've been battle-tested this season,” he said Tuesday afternoon.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2013
Major League Lacrosse midfielder Paul Rabil (Johns Hopkins) has torn abdominal and adductor (hip) muscles and will have surgery early next month, Lacrosse Magazine reported on its website. Rabil, who last weekend finished a season with the Boston Cannons in which he was named team MVP, tweeted Wednesday morning: "Lots of rehab/maintenance mixed with lifting and arc trainer...never been excited to do surgery and start the rehabilitation process. 9/4/13. " By having the procedure done Sept.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | April 20, 2002
The Ravens have finalized a one-year contract extension with coach Brian Billick. Billick, with the second-highest winning percentage among active coaches in the NFL, has three years remaining on his original three years. In effect, the extension gives him a new four-year deal that would expire after the 2005 season. The club is expected to make an announcement next week once the deal is officially signed. "It's gone very quickly and very smoothly," Billick said yesterday. "It was very generous on their part."
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May 24, 1999
Angels: All seven of Chuck Finley's decisions have come on the road. Finley is the 17th left-hander to reach 2,000 strikeouts. Nolan Ryan (2,416) is the only other pitcher to record that many in an Angels uniform.Athletics: Oakland's top four hitters went 2-for-17 yesterday and 5-for-54 in the series.Red Sox: Manager Jimy Williams was ejected for the first time this season and fifth in three seasons with Boston when he argued a strike call in the fourth.
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By Dean Jones Jr and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2013
Mount St. Joseph senior guard Kameron Williams will be one of 10 players on the United States All-Stars team at Sunday's 40th annual Capital Classic in Virginia. Williams, a three-time All-Metro first-team selection, averaged 21 points, three rebounds and two assists per game as the Gaels won the Baltimore Catholic League title this season. Headed for Ohio State, the 6-foot-2, 175-pound guard scored more than 2,000 points in three seasons at Mount St. Joseph. Aquille Carr, a two-time All-Metro Player of the Year who played his senior season at Princeton Day, will play on the Capital All-Stars squad in the feature game against the U.S. All-Stars at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va. The U.S. All-Stars and Capital All-Stars are scheduled to play in the second game of a doubleheader at 4 p.m. The District All-Stars will play the Suburban All-Stars at 2 p.m. For the complete rosters for both games, click here . For more information, including tickets, click here .
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2013
Johns Hopkins has taken command of this rivalry, compiling a 59-26-1 record. But Navy has recently displayed a knack for registering a stunner, winning two of the last three meetings - including last year's 8-2 surprise at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. The No. 19 Blue Jays (7-4) are feeling much better about themselves after upending then-No. 4 Maryland, 7-4, last Saturday. Junior attackman Brandon Benn, who paced the offense in goals last season with 30, is doing the same this spring, scoring a team-high 23. The Midshipmen (3-9)
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