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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | April 4, 2008
On the lacrosse field, Travis Reed is a 5-foot-9, 195-pound whirlwind around the cage, constantly searching for a shooting lane while trying to elude defenders with an array of moves and feints. Off the field, the Maryland freshman attackman's energy level isn't quite so high. "I think he sleeps more than any human being I've ever met," said fellow freshman attackman Ryan Young. "He sleeps all day. He's a caveman." Reed didn't dispute his friend's assertion. "I like to sleep," Reed said.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | May 15, 2009
Dan Groot's hometown of Canandaigua, N.Y., is about a 90-minute drive from Syracuse, and as a youth lacrosse player, he traveled frequently with family and friends to watch the Orange's vaunted men's team. "That was the thing to do when you were a little kid," Groot recalled. "Go to those games and think, 'One day, I want to play for Syracuse.' " So it's a little ironic that the kid who grew up idolizing Orange players is now a senior midfielder trying to propel Maryland (10-6) to an upset of No. 2 seed and reigning national champion Syracuse (13-2)
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | March 25, 2006
In the 12 years since he started playing lacrosse, Travis Reed had never faced his father, Jake, as a rival, having been coached by him since he first picked up a stick at age 5. That changed yesterday, when Travis' Boys' Latin squad visited Dulaney, where his father is defensive coordinator for coach Gary Schreiber. "Both of them are very competitive, so it was a tough situation for them to be in. But the household atmosphere was calm and normal all week - not a nasty word either way," said Wendy Reed, Jake's wife of 20 years.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | February 28, 2009
As attackmen for the Maryland men's lacrosse team, Will Yeatman and Grant Catalino are often targeted by opposing defensemen. And they make huge targets - Yeatman, a junior, is 6 feet 6 and 260 pounds, and Catalino, a sophomore, is 6-5 and 240 pounds - and they've got the scars and bruises to prove it. A cut on Yeatman's right shoulder blade is almost scabbed over, and angry red welts along his right triceps and elbow are healing. Catalino said he has similar bumps and bruises on his upper body and legs.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 30, 2005
Heading into overtime against visiting Boys' Latin yesterday, McDonogh coach Jake Reed heard midfielder Garrett Schabb tell his teammates to "win it for Matt." Moments later, Reed's cheering players surrounded him in celebration of a come-from-behind, 6-5 victory in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference opener for both squads. Jeremy Seiverts took a pass from Porter Curran, shook a defender and fired the game-winner into the net's upper left corner with 2:51 remaining in the extra session.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | April 18, 2007
Boys' Latin and McDonogh entered yesterday's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game having split their previous four meetings. The visiting Lakers were runners-up to the Eagles two years ago before dethroning them for last year's crown. The No. 3 Lakers won yesterday's grudge match, 8-6, after jumping out to an early lead behind All-Metro Travis Reed (three goals, two assists) and Jack Dudley (one, two), helping them rebound from an 11-10 loss to Haverford, Pa., on April 7 that ended a 30-game winning streak.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | April 19, 2006
For an entire half, defending champion McDonogh played nearly perfect lacrosse. The visiting fourth-ranked Eagles had a three-goal lead and had held unbeaten and top-ranked Boys' Latin to its lowest first-half total of the season. Its midfield dominated faceoffs. "We were confident at halftime," said junior attackman Andrew Feinberg. "We thought we had it won, but our adrenaline got the best of us." All-Metro Chris Boland (four goals), Brett Weiss (three) and Travis Reed (two) led a comeback by the Lakers (14-0, 5-0 league)
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun reporter | April 16, 2008
Loyola College coach Charley Toomey faces what he calls one of the most difficult challenges in coaching. One week after getting his No. 12-ranked Greyhounds ready to play against No. 13 Georgetown, Toomey has to get them mentally prepared to play Fairfield (3-7) on Saturday. Loyola defeated Georgetown, 11-9. "I've never owned a horse, nor ever played a horse," Toomey said. "But I knew last week we were going to come out running like a horse. Our kids played hard." Fairfield's record is deceiving because of close losses to Georgetown, 10-8, and Bucknell, 9-8. Its game with Loyola is at home and being televised.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun reporter | March 30, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- Everyone knows the formula, but few execute it as Maryland did yesterday. The No. 8 Terps took an early lead and then slowed Virginia's offense to a snail-like pace, upsetting the No. 1 Cavaliers, 13-7, yesterday before an announced 4,239 at Byrd Stadium. The Cavaliers (9-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) were dominated from the opening faceoff and never seriously challenged Maryland (7-2, 2-1) after the Terps took a 3-1 first-quarter lead. Virginia's offense was awful at times and operated at a much lower level than the past couple of seasons, when the Cavaliers had one of the most productive scoring units in the game.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | April 22, 2007
St. Paul's "hit a buzz saw today," said Boys' Latin coach Bob Shriver, after his visiting, third-ranked Lakers downed the top-ranked Crusaders, 15-8, before a sun-baked homecoming crowd of about 5,000 in what Shriver called "our best game of the year." All-Metro Travis Reed (four goals, two assists), Brett Weiss (two, three), Josh Perlow (two goals) and D.J. Rickels (one, one) led the Lakers (13-1, 6-0), who twice built fourth-quarter, eight-goal leads en route to taking first place in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun reporter | April 16, 2008
Loyola College coach Charley Toomey faces what he calls one of the most difficult challenges in coaching. One week after getting his No. 12-ranked Greyhounds ready to play against No. 13 Georgetown, Toomey has to get them mentally prepared to play Fairfield (3-7) on Saturday. Loyola defeated Georgetown, 11-9. "I've never owned a horse, nor ever played a horse," Toomey said. "But I knew last week we were going to come out running like a horse. Our kids played hard." Fairfield's record is deceiving because of close losses to Georgetown, 10-8, and Bucknell, 9-8. Its game with Loyola is at home and being televised.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | April 4, 2008
On the lacrosse field, Travis Reed is a 5-foot-9, 195-pound whirlwind around the cage, constantly searching for a shooting lane while trying to elude defenders with an array of moves and feints. Off the field, the Maryland freshman attackman's energy level isn't quite so high. "I think he sleeps more than any human being I've ever met," said fellow freshman attackman Ryan Young. "He sleeps all day. He's a caveman." Reed didn't dispute his friend's assertion. "I like to sleep," Reed said.
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By STEFEN LOVELACE | April 2, 2008
Charlie McComas, a defenseman for the Boys' Latin lacrosse team, will attend the University of North Carolina on a lacrosse scholarship next fall. Before he treks to Chapel Hill, however, he has some unfinished business in Baltimore. McComas was a big part of last year's Lakers team that went 18-2 but lost, 10-6, to Loyola in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A conference title game. Before leaving Boys' Latin, McComas wants another A conference championship (Boys' Latin won in 2006)
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun reporter | March 30, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- Everyone knows the formula, but few execute it as Maryland did yesterday. The No. 8 Terps took an early lead and then slowed Virginia's offense to a snail-like pace, upsetting the No. 1 Cavaliers, 13-7, yesterday before an announced 4,239 at Byrd Stadium. The Cavaliers (9-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) were dominated from the opening faceoff and never seriously challenged Maryland (7-2, 2-1) after the Terps took a 3-1 first-quarter lead. Virginia's offense was awful at times and operated at a much lower level than the past couple of seasons, when the Cavaliers had one of the most productive scoring units in the game.
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By MIKE PRESTON | February 20, 2008
Nearly a year ago, Brett Weiss couldn't figure out which college to attend, much less think about playing in one of college's lacrosse's biggest games. On Saturday, the freshman Weiss and his University of Maryland teammates will make the short trip to Washington to play No. 7 Georgetown in the season opener for both teams. Weiss, from Boys' Latin, is one of four freshman attackmen who will get plenty of playing time for the No. 5 Terps. The other three - Travis Reed, Ryan Young and Grant Catalino - might even start, which is highly unusual for a Division I power like Maryland.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | May 15, 2007
Loyola junior Steele Stanwick got off to a bad start last night when his indecision allowed defender Alex Lyons to check the ball from his stick within inches of an empty Boys' Latin goal. "I was trying for that extra pass. Didn't know I was wide-open," Stanwick recalled. "An open net? My God, you don't miss those. But it's not how you start, it's how you finish." Stanwick steamrollered his way through the top-ranked Lakers, getting four goals and four assists to lead the No. 2 Dons to their 12th straight victory, 10-6, to win the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference title before more than 4,800 at UMBC Stadium.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 17, 2005
Severna Park's Mike Gvozden was blurred futility. There were shots that caromed off the goalie's chest. He stopped others by cradling them in the webbing of his stick or deflected them by pinching his legs together. The slender, 5-foot-11 junior stretched to kick balls away, leaped high to pluck them from the air or raked his stick from one side of the goal to the other to literally sweep them off the artificial surface. But there was precious little the two-time All-Anne Arundel County keeper could do yesterday at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field - not with top-ranked McDonogh firing with a precision Gvozden isn't likely to see for the rest of the season against the public schools he will face.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2005
They are the tall and short part of the McDonogh's boys lacrosse attack - 6-foot-5 senior Porter Curran and 5-foot-6 junior Collins Cary. But they were equally efficient against visiting and top-ranked St. Paul's yesterday, helping to lift No. 2 McDonogh to a 10-7 victory. Cary had one goal and three assists, and Curran had two goals and two assists in the Eagles' (3-0 league, 12-0 overall) upset over the defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champion Crusaders (1-1, 5-1)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | April 22, 2007
St. Paul's "hit a buzz saw today," said Boys' Latin coach Bob Shriver, after his visiting, third-ranked Lakers downed the top-ranked Crusaders, 15-8, before a sun-baked homecoming crowd of about 5,000 in what Shriver called "our best game of the year." All-Metro Travis Reed (four goals, two assists), Brett Weiss (two, three), Josh Perlow (two goals) and D.J. Rickels (one, one) led the Lakers (13-1, 6-0), who twice built fourth-quarter, eight-goal leads en route to taking first place in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporter | April 18, 2007
Boys' Latin and McDonogh entered yesterday's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game having split their previous four meetings. The visiting Lakers were runners-up to the Eagles two years ago before dethroning them for last year's crown. The No. 3 Lakers won yesterday's grudge match, 8-6, after jumping out to an early lead behind All-Metro Travis Reed (three goals, two assists) and Jack Dudley (one, two), helping them rebound from an 11-10 loss to Haverford, Pa., on April 7 that ended a 30-game winning streak.
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