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January 24, 2000
Basketball Suns: Activated G Penny Hardaway. Placed C Mark West on injured list. College Clemson: C Arturas Javtokas left men's basketball team. Golf USGA: Elected Trey Holland president, Reed Mackenzie and Fred S. Ridley vice presidents, Peter W. James secretary and Walter W. Driver treasurer.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | May 23, 2014
Trey Mancini was one of several members of last year's Aberdeen IronBirds to enter his first full season with high expectations. After a slow April, the eighth-round draft pick out of Notre Dame has begun to deliver on his promise with Low-A Delmarva. Mancini hit .245 with a .629 OPS in the first month of the season, but he has raised his season average to .302/.356/.372 with one of the strongest May performances in the system. Mancini has hit .372/.402/.449 with five extra-base hits in 20 games this month for the Shorebirds, who are 24-21 and eight games behind a ridiculously good Hagerstown team.
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NEWS
August 22, 1995
The Sun incorrectly reported Saturday the condition of 16-year-old Trey Green of West Baltimore, who was shot Friday afternoon in 2000 block of Gwynns Falls Parkway. Police said he was in critical condition yesterday at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center.The Sun regrets the errors.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | August 9, 2013
After finishing his Legends of the Summer set with Justin Timberlake, Jay Z left M&T Bank Stadium in a black Cadillac Escalade and headed to Mirage Nightclub for the concert's official after-party, according to the building owner Anthony Ilkhon. The "Picasso Baby" rapper entered with a "pretty huge" entourage and headed straight to the bar, Ilkhon said, where he proceeded to order 10 bottles of Armand de Brignac champagne (also known as Ace of Spades) and 10 bottles of D'Usse cognac (who sponsored the after-party)
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By Matthew Dolan and Matthew Dolan,Sun reporter | January 23, 2008
The two mothers knew each other. They'd bump into each other at the store in their small Western Maryland town. Their girls even played together and had a sleepover. So Laureen Angle could only say it was "very difficult" yesterday morning when she saw the other mother, Kathleen Ann Harris, admit in federal court that she sold the fatal dose of methadone to Angle's 17-year-old son. In a case that rocked Washington County last summer, the 39-year-old woman pleaded guilty yesterday to a single count of illegally supplying prescription painkillers to Boonsboro high school students, including Harry L. "Trey" Angle, who died in July.
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By Matthew Dolan and Matthew Dolan,Sun reporter | October 3, 2007
BOONSBORO -- Laureen Angle tried to save her son. She drove him to substance abuse counseling after his drunken-driving arrest at 16. She noticed when he was skipping school in this Western Maryland town and called him on it. She even wrote to the judge, asking for help after the court-ordered intervention programs failed to stop his drinking and pot smoking. The mother of three lost her battle in late July when 17-year-old Harry L. "Trey" Angle died in his sleep from a fatal combination of alcohol and methadone - a drug prescribed for heroin addiction that she never knew he was abusing.
SPORTS
July 5, 2001
Baseball Astros: Signed second-round pick OF Mike Rodriguez. Braves: Put P Matt Whiteside on the 15-day DL. Recalled P Trey Moore from Triple-A Richmond. Mets: Activated P Donne Wall from 15-day DL. Optioned P Grant Roberts to Triple-A Norfolk. Reds: Optioned P Brian Reith to Double-A Chattanooga. Recalled IF Wilton Guerrero from Louisville. Basketball Fire (WNBA): Put F DeMya Walker and G Carolyn Young on the injured list. College South Carolina: Suspended LB Jeremiah Garrison for unspecified violation.
NEWS
July 16, 2003
On July 14, 2003, ALFRED J. BERTSCH of Westminster, husband of the late Janis S. Bertsch (nee Stonesifer), father of Carol P. Aronhalt and Jan A. Marshall, grandfather of Trey R. and Jana K. Marshall, brother of Herbert C. Bertsch, and the late Irma B. Smith, Helen Judge, Albert and Charles Bertsch. Services from the ELINE FUNERAL HOME, 11824 Reisterstown Road (at Franklin Blvd), on Friday at 8 P.M. Interment private. Friends may call Thursday 7-9 P.M. and Friday 3-5 and 7-9 P.M.
FEATURES
By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | March 15, 2002
What's this world coming to, when Robert De Niro and Eddie Murphy are not the best things about a movie? But that's what happens in Showtime, a humorous but much too predictable send-up of reality TV and the sheer banality of it all. The movie stars De Niro as Mitch Preston, the tough veteran detective who has no room for nonsense, and Murphy as Trey Sellars, the showboat cop who thinks being on TV is just grand. But the real stars here, the two guys audiences will talk about the most, are that venerable ham William Shatner, who plays himself, and T.J. Cross as ReRun, a small-time hood in way over his head (who actually gets Johnny Cochran as his lawyer!
NEWS
February 1, 2009
'Small Miracles' a big blessing Thank you for the excellent article on the shelter where I got my cat ("Small Miracles," Jan. 25, Howard County section). I knew Moira Liskovec, operator of the Small Miracles Cat Rescue, from my vet's office and remember her as a warm and compassionate person. What a surprise it was to me to find out the kitten I adopted in June 2007 from the Columbia Petco came from Small Miracles, which is run by this awesome lady. Trey (whom Liskovec had called Cheeto)
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2013
For the McDonogh boys lacrosse team, Friday's game at Loyola was starting to resemble its loss against Boys' Latin earlier in the week. Once again, the No. 5 Eagles played a fine first half only to see the opposition take the lead in the second half. But this time, McDonogh made sure it had the final say. With a strong collective effort on defense and momentum-changing goals late, the Eagles came away with an 8-6 win over the No. 4 Dons in Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference play.
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By Patrick Stevens, For The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2013
The group of veteran slotbacks who handled most of the work at the position have departed Navy's football program. A former starting quarterback heads into his senior season without much chance of unseating an incumbent who was electric as a freshman last fall. Those two issues could tie together into an intriguing subplot as the Midshipmen prepare to open spring practice Monday. Trey Miller, who started the first five games of 2012, is listed as Keenan Reynolds' backup at quarterback.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2012
Keenan Reynolds started his first game as a freshman in high school outside Nashville, Tenn., so the news that he was going to become the first freshman to start at quarterback for Navy in more than two decades doesn't seem like that big a deal to him. "There's probably going to be some pre-game jitters, but again it's the same game that I've been playing since I was small," Reynolds said. "I've got to remember that, put my emotions to the side and focus and do my job for my teammates.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2012
Navy quarterback Trey Miller was held out of practice Monday after sustaining an ankle injury in Saturday's 28-21 overtime win at Air Force. With his left foot in a boot, Miller watched as freshman Keenan Reynolds ran most of the drills in preparation of Friday's game at Central Michigan. Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo said before practice in Annapolis that the protection on Miller's foot was "a precaution" and he wouldn't know until seeing how the junior responds to treatment whether he will play this week.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2012
Not many college quarterbacks have faced the kind of immediate competition as Trey Miller has in his first three games as a starter at Navy. The first two were against Notre Dame, as a sophomore last season when Miller replaced an injured Kriss Proctor for a 56-14 road loss in South Bend, Ind., and again this year as the No. 1 quarterback for a 50-10 season-opening loss to the Fighting Irish on Sept. 1 in Dublin. Miller's third start came in last Saturday's 34-7 defeat at Penn State.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jordan Bartel, assistant editor, b | July 2, 2012
Even if they end up being a villain, we always have love for Baltimore folks on reality shows. So far on "The Real World: St. Thomas," Dundalk native Trey Weatherholtz, 23, is far from a villain. He reminds us of that popular guy in high school who also happened to be really nice to all the cliques. So we felt (slightly) bad for asking him these semi-inappropriate questions. You're from Dundalk. What's the grandest showcase of Dundalkian pride we should expect from you this season?
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By Brad Schleicher | February 28, 2008
Entering local talent shows thanks to his mother's encouragement during his teen years helped hone the expressive vocals of R&B singer/songwriter Trey Songz. The Virginia native and one-time Baltimore resident, 23, has released two albums that cracked Billboard's Top 200 chart. With R&B and hip-hop artist J. Holiday opening, Songz will return to Baltimore to perform at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place. Tickets are $25-$50, and availability may be limited. Call 410-244-1131, go to tickets.
FEATURES
By Los Angeles Times | January 21, 1993
Trey Lorenz, the hot young R&B crooner, recalls the time about two years ago when he got his big break by nearly dozing off late one night in a New York studio.To keep from falling asleep while waiting for a buddy who was auditioning for Mariah Carey, Mr. Lorenz, then a college student and a struggling artist, started singing."I was doing anything to stay awake," says Mr. Lorenz, whose pop/R&B ballad single, "Someone to Hold," recently made the pop Top 20."I was waiting for my friend because I was afraid to take the subway alone," the 23-year-old Florence, S.C., native says.
SPORTS
By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2012
Maryland women's center signee Malina Howard has finished her high school career on top. Howard scored 14 points Saturday night to help Twinsburg to a 57-51 over Kettering Fairmont in the Ohio Division I championship game . It was Twinsburg's second straight state title. The Firebirds pulled within 36-34 with 6:07 left, but Twinsburg grabbed the momentum by going to 6-4 senior/Maryland recruit Malina Howard, who scored two quick backdoor buckets off Leah Fechko assists to push the Tigers in front, 40-34.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case | September 15, 2011
The hype surrounding J. Cole's debut album,  Cole World: The Sideline Story , is hitting a new gear, with only 12 days before it drops. On Wednesday, he dropped a video and a song - the vibrant clip for his radio-friendly-but-still-good single "Can't Get Enough" featuring Trey Songz and a rap-nerd's dream collaboration "Mr. Nice Watch" with his Roc Nation boss, Jay-Z. The "Can't Get Enough" video is standard fare, bolstered by the natural beauty of Barbados and a cameo from Rihanna.
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