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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 24, 2001
Andy Pataki of Rolling Road Golf Club and Paul Steinhardt of Hayfields Country Club each went 4-0 during the three days of the seventh-annual team match between members of Private Clubs and the Public Courses, helping the Private side to a 19 1/2 -10 1/2 victory, which concluded yesterday at the Suburban Club. The Private forces won nine of the final-day 12 singles matches, with only Tim Elliott, Tim Osgood and Larry Cronise producing wins for the Public team. Despite the lopsided margin, most of the matches were close and hard-fought, with seven going at least to the 17th green, and three more to the 16th.
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By Andrew Bahl and The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2014
Saturday's fight between Joseph Benavidez and Tim Elliott has all the makings of a duel worth watching before the Jon Jones-Glover Teixeira showdown . In one corner you have Benavidez, who's ranked the No. 2 contender in his weight class and eager to rebound after a disappointing first round knockout against current titleholder Demetrious Johnson. In the other corner will be the No. 8 contender, Elliott, whose self described “awkward” style and strong chin make him an intriguing challenger.
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By Jason Song and Jason Song,SUN STAFF | April 7, 2004
Annapolis would hire more police employees, provide raises to city employees and lower the property tax rate under a spending plan released yesterday by Mayor Ellen O. Moyer. The mayor proposed a $57.5 million budget that would reduce the property tax rate by 2 cents, to 58 cents per $100 of assessed value. But many homeowners can expect to pay more in property taxes this year because of rising real estate assessments. The state reported last year that tax assessments in the city had risen an average of about 40 percent over three years; those new assessments are being phased in. This means that the owner of a $200,000 home who saw his taxable assessment increase 10 percent would pay $1,320 in city taxes under the current tax rate - up from $1,200 last year.
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By Jason Song and Jason Song,SUN STAFF | April 7, 2004
Annapolis would hire more police employees, provide raises to city employees and lower the property tax rate under a spending plan released yesterday by Mayor Ellen O. Moyer. The mayor proposed a $57.5 million budget that would reduce the property tax rate by 2 cents, to 58 cents per $100 of assessed value. But many homeowners can expect to pay more in property taxes this year because of rising real estate assessments. The state reported last year that tax assessments in the city had risen an average of about 40 percent over three years; those new assessments are being phased in. This means that the owner of a $200,000 home who saw his taxable assessment increase 10 percent would pay $1,320 in city taxes under the current tax rate - up from $1,200 last year.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 20, 2003
Bob Lentz birdied the last two holes yesterday to climb into a three-way tie for the lead halfway through the 49th annual Baltimore City Amateur championship at Beechtree Golf Club. Playing in the next-to-last group, Lentz shot 38-35-73, forging a tie with early finishers Moose Brown, 38-35-73, and Kevin Allis, a former champion, 37-36-73. With the top 24 and ties advancing to this morning's final round, 25 players with scores of 81 or better will play. Lentz, from Mount Pleasant GC, watched a 27-foot downhill birdie putt fall into the cup on the 17th green, then put a second shot over the green at the 523-yard 18th, chipped to three feet and made the putt.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 27, 2003
Chris Baloga unleashed a bogey-free, 5-under-par 66, and won the qualifying medal in the annual Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation's match play championship yesterday at Clifton Park Golf Course. Three others broke par (37-34) for the 6,016-yard course - Billy Wingerd, 68; Brendan McKinney, 69, and Lance Bajkowski, 70. Defending champion Tim Elliott was exempt from qualifying, leaving 31 openings for the championship round. The final two spots were filled via a three-for-two playoff at 77, with Bob Edlund and Craig Cuocci advancing when Joe Lambert drove into trouble on the first hole.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 10, 2001
Larry Cronise shot an opening-round 4-under-par 67 at Clifton Park Golf Course and took a two-stroke lead halfway through the seventh annual Spring Publinx championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation yesterday. Chris Baloga, a recent Calvert Hall graduate, celebrated his 18th birthday with a 69, the day's only other round in the 60s among 146 entries. Four others were at 70 - Andy Peet, Billy Wingerd, Tim Elliott, and Phil Novak. Cronise, 26, a product of the BMGC's Junior program, and a University of Maryland graduate had "by far my best round," in assuming the lead.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 30, 2001
Regulars Tim Elliott and Tim Osgood provided the fireworks and newcomers Leon Eckard and Brian Carneal joined the parade into the quarterfinals, in the first two rounds of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation's fourth annual match-play championship at rainy Forest Park Golf Course yesterday. In second-round action, Elliott turned 2-under-par and 3-up on medalist Billy Wingerd, and went on to hold off the reigning stroke play titleholder, 4 and 2; Osgood got by Charlie Narciso, 1-up; Eckard beat Kurt Klebrowski, 3 and 2, and Carneal, at 15 the tournament's youngest player, defeated another teen-aged standout, A.J. Bachmann, 2-up.
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By Mike Farabaugh | May 29, 1991
On a hot muggy day when Southern ace righthander Jerry Fischer at first appeared beatable, the senior used his own bat to help defeat Gilman, 9-4.Yesterday's victory at Carroll Park gave Southern a one-game lead in the best-of-three MSA B Conference championship series.Fischer's two-run blast to deep left broke a 2-2 tie in the third inning and brought life to his curveball. He struck out 11, including five of six in the third and fourth innings. In all, six of his strikeouts came on called third strikes.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 28, 2002
Bob Lentz birdied the last three holes to finish off a round of 5-under-par 34-32 - 66 at Clifton Park Golf Course yesterday and edged Jeff Amrhein, 35-32 - 67, for the qualifying medal in the annual Match Play championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation. Both players collected six birdies. The finish by Lentz matched a similar effort in last month's Spring Publinx round at Clifton when he opened with 68 and ended fourth. He had one bogey when he missed the 15th green, and Amrhein had two. The leader, 37, a finalist in this event several years ago, admitted to not driving the ball well, but a solid series of recovery shots kept him in position for birdie opportunities.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 27, 2003
Chris Baloga unleashed a bogey-free, 5-under-par 66, and won the qualifying medal in the annual Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation's match play championship yesterday at Clifton Park Golf Course. Three others broke par (37-34) for the 6,016-yard course - Billy Wingerd, 68; Brendan McKinney, 69, and Lance Bajkowski, 70. Defending champion Tim Elliott was exempt from qualifying, leaving 31 openings for the championship round. The final two spots were filled via a three-for-two playoff at 77, with Bob Edlund and Craig Cuocci advancing when Joe Lambert drove into trouble on the first hole.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 20, 2003
Bob Lentz birdied the last two holes yesterday to climb into a three-way tie for the lead halfway through the 49th annual Baltimore City Amateur championship at Beechtree Golf Club. Playing in the next-to-last group, Lentz shot 38-35-73, forging a tie with early finishers Moose Brown, 38-35-73, and Kevin Allis, a former champion, 37-36-73. With the top 24 and ties advancing to this morning's final round, 25 players with scores of 81 or better will play. Lentz, from Mount Pleasant GC, watched a 27-foot downhill birdie putt fall into the cup on the 17th green, then put a second shot over the green at the 523-yard 18th, chipped to three feet and made the putt.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 28, 2002
Bob Lentz birdied the last three holes to finish off a round of 5-under-par 34-32 - 66 at Clifton Park Golf Course yesterday and edged Jeff Amrhein, 35-32 - 67, for the qualifying medal in the annual Match Play championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation. Both players collected six birdies. The finish by Lentz matched a similar effort in last month's Spring Publinx round at Clifton when he opened with 68 and ended fourth. He had one bogey when he missed the 15th green, and Amrhein had two. The leader, 37, a finalist in this event several years ago, admitted to not driving the ball well, but a solid series of recovery shots kept him in position for birdie opportunities.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 24, 2001
Andy Pataki of Rolling Road Golf Club and Paul Steinhardt of Hayfields Country Club each went 4-0 during the three days of the seventh-annual team match between members of Private Clubs and the Public Courses, helping the Private side to a 19 1/2 -10 1/2 victory, which concluded yesterday at the Suburban Club. The Private forces won nine of the final-day 12 singles matches, with only Tim Elliott, Tim Osgood and Larry Cronise producing wins for the Public team. Despite the lopsided margin, most of the matches were close and hard-fought, with seven going at least to the 17th green, and three more to the 16th.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 30, 2001
Regulars Tim Elliott and Tim Osgood provided the fireworks and newcomers Leon Eckard and Brian Carneal joined the parade into the quarterfinals, in the first two rounds of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation's fourth annual match-play championship at rainy Forest Park Golf Course yesterday. In second-round action, Elliott turned 2-under-par and 3-up on medalist Billy Wingerd, and went on to hold off the reigning stroke play titleholder, 4 and 2; Osgood got by Charlie Narciso, 1-up; Eckard beat Kurt Klebrowski, 3 and 2, and Carneal, at 15 the tournament's youngest player, defeated another teen-aged standout, A.J. Bachmann, 2-up.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 10, 2001
Larry Cronise shot an opening-round 4-under-par 67 at Clifton Park Golf Course and took a two-stroke lead halfway through the seventh annual Spring Publinx championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation yesterday. Chris Baloga, a recent Calvert Hall graduate, celebrated his 18th birthday with a 69, the day's only other round in the 60s among 146 entries. Four others were at 70 - Andy Peet, Billy Wingerd, Tim Elliott, and Phil Novak. Cronise, 26, a product of the BMGC's Junior program, and a University of Maryland graduate had "by far my best round," in assuming the lead.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | October 31, 1994
The Baltimore Connection in George Washington women's soccer has been cut in half by injuries.Junior Jacqueline Rieschick (Hammond) and sophomore Vicky Brunt (Centennial) are out for the season with knee injuries. That leaves junior defender Amanda Simmons (Fort Meade), second team All-Atlantic 10 last year, and Natalie Forman (Wilde Lake), a freshman who's No. 4 on the team in scoring with seven points on three goals and one assist in 16 games.* Junior Tony Dedmond (Atholton) leads 5-6-3 Army with 12 points based on five goals, including two game-winners, and two assists.
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By Andrew Bahl and The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2014
Saturday's fight between Joseph Benavidez and Tim Elliott has all the makings of a duel worth watching before the Jon Jones-Glover Teixeira showdown . In one corner you have Benavidez, who's ranked the No. 2 contender in his weight class and eager to rebound after a disappointing first round knockout against current titleholder Demetrious Johnson. In the other corner will be the No. 8 contender, Elliott, whose self described “awkward” style and strong chin make him an intriguing challenger.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | October 31, 1994
The Baltimore Connection in George Washington women's soccer has been cut in half by injuries.Junior Jacqueline Rieschick (Hammond) and sophomore Vicky Brunt (Centennial) are out for the season with knee injuries. That leaves junior defender Amanda Simmons (Fort Meade), second team All-Atlantic 10 last year, and Natalie Forman (Wilde Lake), a freshman who's No. 4 on the team in scoring with seven points on three goals and one assist in 16 games.* Junior Tony Dedmond (Atholton) leads 5-6-3 Army with 12 points based on five goals, including two game-winners, and two assists.
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By Mike Farabaugh | May 29, 1991
On a hot muggy day when Southern ace righthander Jerry Fischer at first appeared beatable, the senior used his own bat to help defeat Gilman, 9-4.Yesterday's victory at Carroll Park gave Southern a one-game lead in the best-of-three MSA B Conference championship series.Fischer's two-run blast to deep left broke a 2-2 tie in the third inning and brought life to his curveball. He struck out 11, including five of six in the third and fourth innings. In all, six of his strikeouts came on called third strikes.
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