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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 15, 1997
Sean Kelly, who weighs 163 pounds, moved up to 189 pounds and took a 24-6 technical fall over Tom Prevas to clinch last night's 40-30 victory for No. 9 Calvert Hall at No. 14 Gilman in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association Group A match.Kelly's victory gave the Cards a 40-24 lead, negating a forfeit to the Greyhounds' No. 4 Damian Davis (171, 15-1), and a pin by Gilman's Vince Tuohey (heavyweight). Calvert Hall (6-3, 3-1) also got pins from state runner-up Chris Hanlon (112, 27-3)
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May 12, 2002
Moves Baseball BRAVES: Activated P Jason Marquis from 15-day DL. EXPOS: Signed OF Wil Cordero. Designated IF Lou Collier for assignment. MARLINS: Activated P Julian Tavarez from 15-day DL. Optioned P Blaine Neal to Triple-A Calgary. PIRATES: Activated OF Chad Hermansen from 15-day DL. RANGERS: Optioned P Joaquin Benoit to Triple-A Oklahoma. Recalled IF/OF Jason Romano from Oklahoma. Colleges JOHNS HOPKINS: 2B Karl Sineath was named to Verizon Academic All-District II baseball team.
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May 12, 2002
Moves Baseball BRAVES: Activated P Jason Marquis from 15-day DL. EXPOS: Signed OF Wil Cordero. Designated IF Lou Collier for assignment. MARLINS: Activated P Julian Tavarez from 15-day DL. Optioned P Blaine Neal to Triple-A Calgary. PIRATES: Activated OF Chad Hermansen from 15-day DL. RANGERS: Optioned P Joaquin Benoit to Triple-A Oklahoma. Recalled IF/OF Jason Romano from Oklahoma. Colleges JOHNS HOPKINS: 2B Karl Sineath was named to Verizon Academic All-District II baseball team.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 8, 2001
It took about a quarter for the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team to adjust to Ohio State's game plan and the wet turf conditions, but once it did, the Blue Jays turned in one of their best all-around performances of the season. After struggling with their footing and a deliberate Ohio State team in the first quarter, the Blue Jays changed shoes and subsequently outscored the Buckeyes 13-0 in the middle two quarters en route to a dominating, 17-7 win yesterday at Homewood Field. "It was critical that we got a couple of goals and forced them to play a quicker, more up-tempo style," said Hopkins coach Dave Pietramala, whose team improved to 5-2. "They wanted to hold the ball and keep possession."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 8, 1999
The senior All-Star wrestling classic, sponsored by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, will be held at River Hill High in Clarksville tomorrow at 7 p.m.The event is a triangular meet pitting the highest-placing seniors from each of the private school and public school 1A-2A and 3A-4A state tournaments.Slated to wrestle for the private schools are Calvert Hall state champs Chris Knox (112), Derek Michaloski (119) and Tony Russo (140-145), along with Gilman's two-time state champ and two-time National Preps runner-up Damien Davis (189)
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By Mike Jefferson | February 20, 1994
WrestlingThe Harford County Junior Wrestling Tournament at Aberdeen High School finished with the host team, Aberdeen, taking first place with 173 points and Fallston a close second (143 points).Individual results for Fallston included championship wins for Chris Baum at 50 pounds and Dominic Bruno at 55 pounds, both in the Pee Wee division.In the Pee Wee division, Steve Markowski (50), Adam McCord (65) and Phillip Tanneyhill (70) advanced to the finals, finishing second. Kyle McGrath wrestled at 65 pounds, finishing in fourth place for a medal.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 26, 1997
With his mother Marilyn and 10-year-old sister Allison shouting encouragement, Gilman 171-pound sophomore Damian Davis went to work on his opponents in yesterday's Gilman Duals.Davis got off to a slow start, but his momentum built with each of his three bouts.He edged a reserve from Blair Academy (N.J.), ranked No. 1 in the nation, by only 4-1. But he pinned Matt Pecha of DeMatha, ranked No. 1 in Maryland.Then, Davis' best stuff came during an 11-0 rout of Woodberry Forest (Va.) School's Alex Slawski.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 8, 1998
Adjusting to the absence of All-Metro attackman Conor Gill, out for two weeks after suffering a concussion Saturday, No. 2 St. Paul's wasn't its usual offensive self at No. 7 Calvert Hall yesterday.But the Crusaders won, anyway, 10-5."You could see we were a little distracted, being without our leader," said Crusaders' coach Rick Brocato. "But considering a couple of guys weren't feeling well before the game, I'm proud of how our guys stuck it out."St. Paul's improved to 6-1 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, and Calvert Hall dropped to 2-5."
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 2, 1998
Gilman struggled with shooting yesterday and couldn't find its rhythm in the first half with a deliberate offense.But the No. 2-ranked Greyhounds proved they're just as smart as they are talented by suggesting to coach John Tucker that they switch their attack philosophy. They were right.Scrapping its dodge-oriented offense early in the second half, visiting Gilman finished the game on a 7-1 run by rotating the ball with quick passing to pull past No. 6 Calvert Hall, 13-8, on a rain-soaked field.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 4, 1998
Calvert Hall senior Brett Wagner didn't want to talk about his six goals and one assist after yesterday's 13-9 victory over No. 5-ranked Boys' Latin.Sure, the Georgetown-bound midfielder enjoyed lighting up the nets en route to the Cardinals' first in-state victory. But the work of a teammate at the other end of the field -- junior goalie Tony Russo -- is what Wagner credited most for the win."When you're down two guys, and somebody is sitting on the crease, and he [Russo] stuffs him, that's huge," said Wagner.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 8, 1999
The senior All-Star wrestling classic, sponsored by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, will be held at River Hill High in Clarksville tomorrow at 7 p.m.The event is a triangular meet pitting the highest-placing seniors from each of the private school and public school 1A-2A and 3A-4A state tournaments.Slated to wrestle for the private schools are Calvert Hall state champs Chris Knox (112), Derek Michaloski (119) and Tony Russo (140-145), along with Gilman's two-time state champ and two-time National Preps runner-up Damien Davis (189)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 14, 1999
Top-ranked Curley crowned five champions and had two runners-up in cruising to its first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association crown yesterday at Mount St. Joseph.Winning for the Friars (210.5 points) were Darien Kess (103 pounds), Brian Kirhagis (119), Brian Bricker (130), Shawn Calhoun (140) and Paul Boettcher (152), with Thomas Boettcher (135) and P. J. Kirhagis (145) taking second places.Kess edged third-place McDonogh's Zak Johns, 5-3, for his title, improving his school-record takedowns total to 173. Ranked No. 2 in the state, Kess had earlier defeated Johns, 3-1, in overtime.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 23, 1998
In hindsight, Calvert Hall coach Henry Franklin would change a lot about yesterday's 35-33 loss to fifth-ranked Hammond.How about the facts that Hammond sophomore Ryan Mackin (125) and senior teammate Nick LaSalle each broke ties late in their bouts to win, 6-5, and, 6-3, over Cardinals wrestlers Kevin King, and, Zach Mryncza, respectively.Or the fact that Hammond junior Rob Osborn (140), a JV champ last year, wound up pinning one of Franklin's wrestlers in the second period after holding only a 2-1 lead after the first period of a pivotal bout.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 2, 1998
Gilman struggled with shooting yesterday and couldn't find its rhythm in the first half with a deliberate offense.But the No. 2-ranked Greyhounds proved they're just as smart as they are talented by suggesting to coach John Tucker that they switch their attack philosophy. They were right.Scrapping its dodge-oriented offense early in the second half, visiting Gilman finished the game on a 7-1 run by rotating the ball with quick passing to pull past No. 6 Calvert Hall, 13-8, on a rain-soaked field.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 8, 1998
Adjusting to the absence of All-Metro attackman Conor Gill, out for two weeks after suffering a concussion Saturday, No. 2 St. Paul's wasn't its usual offensive self at No. 7 Calvert Hall yesterday.But the Crusaders won, anyway, 10-5."You could see we were a little distracted, being without our leader," said Crusaders' coach Rick Brocato. "But considering a couple of guys weren't feeling well before the game, I'm proud of how our guys stuck it out."St. Paul's improved to 6-1 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, and Calvert Hall dropped to 2-5."
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 4, 1998
Calvert Hall senior Brett Wagner didn't want to talk about his six goals and one assist after yesterday's 13-9 victory over No. 5-ranked Boys' Latin.Sure, the Georgetown-bound midfielder enjoyed lighting up the nets en route to the Cardinals' first in-state victory. But the work of a teammate at the other end of the field -- junior goalie Tony Russo -- is what Wagner credited most for the win."When you're down two guys, and somebody is sitting on the crease, and he [Russo] stuffs him, that's huge," said Wagner.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 23, 1998
In hindsight, Calvert Hall coach Henry Franklin would change a lot about yesterday's 35-33 loss to fifth-ranked Hammond.How about the facts that Hammond sophomore Ryan Mackin (125) and senior teammate Nick LaSalle each broke ties late in their bouts to win, 6-5, and, 6-3, over Cardinals wrestlers Kevin King, and, Zach Mryncza, respectively.Or the fact that Hammond junior Rob Osborn (140), a JV champ last year, wound up pinning one of Franklin's wrestlers in the second period after holding only a 2-1 lead after the first period of a pivotal bout.
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By Mike Jefferson | March 6, 1994
Boys soccerDavid Dochter, 14, traveled to Bermuda recently with the 1979 Region I Olympic Developmental Soccer team where he helped the team win three games.In the first game, Dochter and his teammates took it to the Bermuda National Team, 2-0.In the next game, the Region I team defeated an older Bermuda Select club team, 5-1. Dochter scored a goal on a header and provided two assists.Against an older Bermuda National Team, the U.S. team prevailed, 3-1.This month, Dochter, a freshman at John Carroll, will travel to Texas to compete with members of the U.S. team in the Dallas Cup.WrestlingThe Fallston Wrestling Team recently competed in the Maryland Junior Wrestling League B Division championships at Francis Scott Key High School.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1998
Calvert Hall's Chris Knox (103), Chris Hanlon (119), Tony Russo (130) and Rob Johns (135) all won titles, and Leonard Monfredo (160) was second as the No. 2 Cardinals edged top-ranked Curley for the MIAA tournament title, 194.5-194, yesterday at Mount St. Joseph.Johns (33-5) won his third crown, with Hanlon (33-2) and Russo (35-3) taking their second straight to prevent No. 3 Mount St. Joseph (179 points, third) from winning its 23rd straight tournament."Coach [Henry Franklin] told us St. Joe had some great seeds, and we'd have to pull it off in the consolation rounds," said Russo, who watched teammates Sean Ireland (145)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 24, 1997
Top-ranked Rob Johns (135) won the best match of the night, 3-0, over No. 5 Joey Garvin in No. 2-ranked Calvert Hall's 37-22 victory at Damascus, ranked No. 10 in the state, yesterday. The Cardinals' Sean Ireland (145) and Mike Spero (189) recorded pins and Leonard Monfredo (160) added a technical fall,The Cardinals (7-0), rated No. 4 in the state, also got major decisions from No. 2 Greg Knox (103) and No. 5 Tony Russo (140), along with decisions by Kevin King (112), No. 1 Chris Hanlon (119)
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