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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | February 21, 1996
WBFF-TV has a new anchorman, and he's part of a relatively rare breed in local television news -- a hometown guy with some national experience.Tony Harris, 36, will join Lisa Willis next week as first-string co-anchor on Fox 45's "News at Ten," the station announced yesterday. He replaces Jeff Barnd who left WBFF to work as an anchorman in Boston.Mr. Harris, a Baltimore native who graduated from Franklin High School in Reisterstown in 1977, comes to WBFF from "Day & Date," the nationally syndicated news and information show produced by Group W/CBS.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 25, 2000
AUSTIN, Texas -- The prospect of Black Friday for the Atlantic Coast Conference turned into an improbable victory for North Carolina. The Tar Heels were without their big man and down by seven points heading into the final five minutes, but Tennessee unraveled. North Carolina's 74-69 victory in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament's South Region at the Erwin Center means that the ACC will have a team in the Great Eight for the 21st straight year. When No. 1 Duke was ousted by Florida in the East Region semifinals last night, its hated rival was left to carry the banner for the ACC. The last time the ACC did not have a team in a region final was 1979, when North Carolina and Duke lost their NCAA openers to Penn and St. John's, respectively, at Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh no less.
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By Knight-Ridder | December 10, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- Charles Barkley, out for six games with an injured rib cage, practiced with the Philadelphia 76ers yesterday and could be ready to return to action tomorrow night against the Denver Nuggets.Barkley took part in the full scrimmage session, ran the floor well and even dunked the ball a few times. It was his longest practice session in more than two weeks."I'm very optimistic about what we saw today," said trainer Tony Harris. "We wanted him to try and approximate the things he would normally do in a game.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | February 21, 1996
WBFF-TV has a new anchorman, and he's part of a relatively rare breed in local television news -- a hometown guy with some national experience.Tony Harris, 36, will join Lisa Willis next week as first-string co-anchor on Fox 45's "News at Ten," the station announced yesterday. He replaces Jeff Barnd who left WBFF to work as an anchorman in Boston.Mr. Harris, a Baltimore native who graduated from Franklin High School in Reisterstown in 1977, comes to WBFF from "Day & Date," the nationally syndicated news and information show produced by Group W/CBS.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Writer | March 19, 1994
LANDOVER -- College coaches often talk of the importance of senior leadership.In the case of Boston College, four seniors -- center Bill Curley and guards Gerrod Abram, Howard Eisley and Malcolm Huckaby -- provided key plays in the closing minutes of their dramatic, 67-64 victory over Washington State in the opening round of the NCAA East Regional yesterday at USAir Arena.But more significant were three glaring mistakes by Washington State senior point guard Tony Harris in the final 44 seconds that led to the Cougars' loss.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Writer | March 19, 1994
LANDOVER -- College coaches often talk of the importance of senior leadership.In the case of Boston College, four seniors -- center Bill Curley and guards Gerrod Abram, Howard Eisley and Malcolm Huckaby -- provided key plays in the closing minutes of their dramatic, 67-64 victory over Washington State in the opening round of the NCAA East Regional yesterday at USAir Arena.But more significant were three glaring mistakes by Washington State senior point guard Tony Harris in the final 44 seconds that led to the Cougars' loss.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 25, 2000
AUSTIN, Texas -- The prospect of Black Friday for the Atlantic Coast Conference turned into an improbable victory for North Carolina. The Tar Heels were without their big man and down by seven points heading into the final five minutes, but Tennessee unraveled. North Carolina's 74-69 victory in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament's South Region at the Erwin Center means that the ACC will have a team in the Great Eight for the 21st straight year. When No. 1 Duke was ousted by Florida in the East Region semifinals last night, its hated rival was left to carry the banner for the ACC. The last time the ACC did not have a team in a region final was 1979, when North Carolina and Duke lost their NCAA openers to Penn and St. John's, respectively, at Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh no less.
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October 22, 1990
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (AP) -- Reggie Miller scored 12 of his 29 points in the final period and the Indiana Pacers made up a 10-point deficit to defeat the injury-depleted Washington Bullets, 97-96, in an NBA exhibition game last night.Miller made all 12 of his free throws, and the Pacers outscored Washington, 34-18, at the foul line.Harvey Grant scored 22 points for Washington, and Tony Harris had 21.
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March 6, 1994
BasketballBoston Celtics -- Placed F Alaa Abdelnaby on the injured list. Signed G Tony Harris to a 10-day contract.Fort Wayne Fury (CBA) -- Fired coach Rick Barry.CollegesHockey East -- Voted to bar defending national champion Maine from the postseason tournament because of NCAA eligibility violations.FootballAtlanta Falcons -- Signed CB D. J. Johnson to a four-year contract.HockeyOttawa Senators -- Recalled RW Robert Burakovsky, D Francois Leroux and D Kevin MacDonald from AHL Prince Edward Island.
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By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN TELEVISION WRITER | February 6, 2003
WBFF-TV is about to lose two primary news presenters who acknowledge qualms about the new direction of the station's owners. Anchor Tony Harris, 43, is scheduled next month to become a main anchor at WGCL, the CBS affiliate in Atlanta. Weather forecaster Lori Pinson is leaving the station in the near future. The two are well-regarded by colleagues and viewers, who can also see them weeknights at 6:30 p.m. on sister station WNUV-TV. Harris brought a quick, dry wit and an unusual background to the Fox affiliate, which he joined seven years ago. He had worked as a correspondent for Entertainment Tonight, on HBO and on a syndicated television news magazine.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Writer | March 19, 1994
LANDOVER -- College coaches often talk of the importance of senior leadership.In the case of Boston College, four seniors -- center Bill Curley and guards Gerrod Abram, Howard Eisley and Malcolm Huckaby -- provided key plays in the closing minutes of their dramatic, 67-64 victory over Washington State in the opening round of the NCAA East Regional yesterday at USAir Arena.But more significant were three glaring mistakes by Washington State senior point guard Tony Harris in the final 44 seconds that led to the Cougars' loss.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Writer | March 19, 1994
LANDOVER -- College coaches often talk of the importance of senior leadership.In the case of Boston College, four seniors -- center Bill Curley and guards Gerrod Abram, Howard Eisley and Malcolm Huckaby -- provided key plays in the closing minutes of their dramatic, 67-64 victory over Washington State in the opening round of the NCAA East Regional yesterday at USAir Arena.But more significant were three glaring mistakes by Washington State senior point guard Tony Harris in the final 44 seconds that led to the Cougars' loss.
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By Knight-Ridder | December 10, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- Charles Barkley, out for six games with an injured rib cage, practiced with the Philadelphia 76ers yesterday and could be ready to return to action tomorrow night against the Denver Nuggets.Barkley took part in the full scrimmage session, ran the floor well and even dunked the ball a few times. It was his longest practice session in more than two weeks."I'm very optimistic about what we saw today," said trainer Tony Harris. "We wanted him to try and approximate the things he would normally do in a game.
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By Sloane Brown | December 12, 1999
It was a Baltimore Ravens fan fantasy -- with photos taken with favorite footballers, autographs and dinner with Ravens players, such as Tony Vinson and Tony Banks. The third annual Ravens FANtastic charity event, put on by the Ravens Wives Association, raised $152,000 for the Pediatric Burn Unit at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.The 550 guests huddled at Marriott's Hunt Valley Inn, including Tina Byner, Ravens Wives executive director; Heather Folau, Carrie DeLong and Stacie Wainwright, Ravens' wives; Renita Pleasant, event founder; Brian Billick, Ravens coach; Tom McLhinney, president of Metropolitan Firefighters Burn Center Fund; Greg Schaffer, Bayview president; Dr. Judy Reitz, vice president and COO, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Dr. Andrew Munster, Burn Center director; John Capozzi, district manager, Aramark Corp.
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By From Staff Reports | November 27, 1993
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Coppin State rallied from an 11-point deficit late in the second half but came up short, losing, 57-55, to Washington State in the first round of the San Juan Shootout yesterday.Stephen Stewart hit one of two free throws with 1:49 remaining to cap a 10-2 Coppin run, cutting Washington State's lead to 55-52. Isaac Fontaine hit a free throw with 11 seconds left and Mark Hendrickson added another to put the Cougars up, 57-52.Sidney Goodman's three-pointer with three seconds left cut it to 57-55, but Washington State's Tony Harris ran out the clock.
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