September 29, 2003
The number - - 62 Rushing yards for Bills in their past two games. The quote "When I saw how close we were, I thought, `Let's go for it. Let's try to win the game and end this thing right now.' " David Carr, Texans QB, on his game-winning 1-yard TD run Rushing yards for Bills in their past two games.
November 22, 2007
Good morning -- Gary Williams -- Be thankful that the past two games - and that 2-for-25 three-point effort - were in November instead of March.
August 4, 1999
Blue Jays: Shawn Green, hitless in his last two games after an AL-high 28-game streak, singled in the third to break an 0-for-9 skid.
May 25, 1993
Kelley Margolis Pikesville Tennis The freshman won the Baltimore County District/Regional Singles Championship, losing only four games in four matches. She went 9-0 at No. 1 singles this season, dropping no more than two games per match.
November 22, 2006
Centennial hitter Tehya Mockapetris has always played bigger than her height. But it wasn't until this season that the 5-foot-3 senior with the nearly 30-inch vertical leap raised her game to the level of leader. Mockapetris' clutch play and consistent power helped the Eagles defend their Class 3A state volleyball title with a win in Saturday's championship game against Huntingtown of Charles County. Centennial dropped the first game, but won the next three. But the signs that Mockapetris had become a leader came earlier this season.
August 30, 2002
If Navy quarterback Craig Candeto had agreed to give up baseball three years ago, there's a good chance he'd be playing football for Georgia Tech right now. The Yellow Jackets, you see, wanted him badly after he finished his standout career at DeLand High School in Orange City, Fla., where he gained more than 6,500 yards of total offense. But Candeto wouldn't let go of his dream to play both sports in college. On a recruiting trip, Navy assured him he'd be able to play football in the fall and baseball in the spring.
April 17, 1998
To make the NBA playoffs, the Washington Wizards (40-40) need to win their remaining two games -- at Miami tonight and home against Boston tomorrow -- and hope that the New Jersey Nets (42-38) lose their two remaining games. (Orlando, though tied with the Wizards, is eliminated by the tiebreaker system.) The Wizards would win a tiebreaker at 42-40 with the Nets because they won the season series, 3-1.Pub Date: 4/17/98@
March 13, 1996
No. 12 Hofstra (2-0) at No. 8 Loyola (1-1)Site, time: Curley Field, 3 p.m.Outlook: Hofstra has won its first two games behind the scoring of Blake Miller (18 goals, 11 assists) and the goalkeeping of Kevin Johnson (.621 save percentage). The Flying Dutchmen have defeated Towson State, 13-12, and Delaware, 19-13. Loyola is regrouping after a 12-9 loss to North Carolina. Greyhounds G Jim Brown has averaged 17 saves in his first two games. Loyola has won the last two meetings with Hofstra.Pub Date: 3/13/96
April 6, 2005
Batting line of the day Luis Gonzalez, D'backs LF AB R H RBI HR 3 2 2 3 2 Pitching line of the day John Smoltz, Braves IP H R BB SO 1 2/3 6 7 2 1 WHO'S UP Hideki Matsui: The Yankees left fielder is 6-for-9 with two home runs and five RBIs after two games. WHO'S DOWN The Red Sox: The last time they were 0-2 was 1996, when they opened 0-5. They had not been two games under .500 since they were 2-4 on April 9, 2000.