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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2014
BOSTON  -  Orioles executive director of international recruiting Fred Ferreira plucked Orioles right-hander Miguel Gonzalez from the Mexican League, signed him to a minor league free-agent deal and saw him blossom into a major league starting pitcher. Now he hopes another pitcher - ironically, one with the same name - can reach the same heights. The Orioles have signed pitcher Miguel Gonzalez, an 18-year-old right-hander from the Dominican Republic, to an international free-agent deal.
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By Katherine Dunn | August 5, 2014
Franklin offensive tackle Patrick Allen has committed to play football at Georgia. The 6-foot-5, 265-pound senior announced his commitment Monday night on his Twitter page . "I know that yall are really hype to know that I am officially commiting to the University of Georgia," he wrote. Allen, an All-Metro secondteam selection last season, helped the Indians to their first state championship as they outscored the opposition 167-42 in their four playoff games and defeated Linganore 20-7 in the Class 3A championship.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2014
The Blast announced Thursday that it re-signed two players and added a newcomer as the team prepares for the inaugural Major Arena Soccer League season. Midfielder Tony Donatelli and forward Lucas Roque will return to the Blast and defender Onua Obasi has joined the team. Donatelli enters his fifth season of professional indoor soccer and his third with the Blast. Last season, he scored a team-high 19 goals and added nine assists to finish with 48 points. Roque enters his third season with the Blast after finishing with 11 goals and 12 assists last season.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2014
The Blast announced Thursday that it re-signed two players and added a newcomer as the team prepares for the inaugural Major Arena Soccer League season. Midfielder Tony Donatelli and forward Lucas Roque will return to the Blast and defender Onua Obasi has joined the team. Donatelli enters his fifth season of professional indoor soccer and his third with the Blast. Last season, he scored a team-high 19 goals and added nine assists to finish with 48 points. Roque enters his third season with the Blast after finishing with 11 goals and 12 assists last season.
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By Paul McMullen | August 9, 1993
Maryland's incoming freshman football class included two late additions, but two players who signed letters of intent with the Terps last February are rehabilitating knee injuries and won't enroll in school until the spring semester.Geroy Simon of Johnstown, Pa., and Andreal Johnson of Pahokee, Fla., are wide receiver-defensive back candidates who didn't meet the requirements for freshman eligibility until this summer. Simon, who is also a track and field standout, played in the Big 33 game for Pennsylvania against Ohio.
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January 10, 2010
The Western Howard County Youth Baseball and Softball Leagues are holding open registration for the spring seasons. For more information, call Jean Shea at 410-313-4626 or go to whcsports.com. Also, Western Howard County 12U Full Time Travel Baseball Team is seeking two players. E-mail Ken McGlynn at kenmcglynn@aol.com for more information.
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May 30, 2007
On the Orioles' attitude toward Sam Perlozzo At least two players, [Jay] Gibbons and [Melvin] Mora, have been quoted as saying they don't have a problem with Perlozzo. ... Does it mean that the players want to help Sammy keep his job? I think, like whiny children everywhere, they tried to get their way, lost out and now they are back doing what they were supposed to do. I don't see this lousy group playing for anyone.
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By Alan Goldstein | November 22, 1992
LANDOVER -- The Washington Bullets announced yesterday they have extended the contract of general manager John Nash through the 1996-97 season. His contract would have expired after this season, with the Bullets having the option to renew."
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By James H. Jackson | December 7, 1990
The Washington Capitals assigned two players -- goalie Olaf Kolzig and center Rob Murray -- to the Baltimore Skipjacks yesterday.Kolzig was called up by Washington Wednesday as a backup to Don Beaupre when goalie Mike Liut suffered a groin injury. Liut is ready to play, and Kolzig was expendable.Murray was sent to Baltimore on a two-week reconditioning assignment. He had no goals and three assists in 17 games for the Capitals.Both are expected to be in uniform when the Skipjacks play the Hershey Bears at the Baltimore Arena tonight.
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By Andrew Conrad and Luke Lavoie and By Andrew Conrad and Luke Lavoie | October 2, 2013
The parent of a Mt. Hebron High School football player has filed an assault charge against an assistant Centennial High School football coach in Howard County District Court stemming from an on-field fight between the teams during the first quarter of a Sept. 21 game at Mt. Hebron. Shane Snyder, the father of Mt. Hebron quarterback Jake Snyder, alleges that Centennial assistant coach Matt Winger, of Columbia, "violently pushed" Jake to the ground, causing a "severe fracture" of his right wrist during an on-field altercation between the teams, according to the statement of charges.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2014
BOSTON  -  Orioles executive director of international recruiting Fred Ferreira plucked Orioles right-hander Miguel Gonzalez from the Mexican League, signed him to a minor league free-agent deal and saw him blossom into a major league starting pitcher. Now he hopes another pitcher - ironically, one with the same name - can reach the same heights. The Orioles have signed pitcher Miguel Gonzalez, an 18-year-old right-hander from the Dominican Republic, to an international free-agent deal.
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Mike Preston | May 11, 2014
An average football team had an average draft. The Ravens came away from the annual event held over the weekend with nine rookies, but only two - linebacker C.J. Mosley and safety Terrence Brooks - will have immediate impact. A third, defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan, could make this draft a little bit more special. Ideally, the Ravens wanted to draft a quality offensive tackle or guard. They did get better on defense, but the biggest weakness from a year ago is still a major problem.
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December 17, 2013
Johns Hopkins senior offensive tackle Armand Jenifer was named to the American Football Coaches Association Division III All-America team for the second consecutive year, it was announced on Monday. Jenifer is one of just two players nationwide to earn a repeat selection to the team and becomes the first player in school history to twice earn AFCA All-America honors. Jenifer started all 11 games at right tackle for the Blue Jays and led an offense that set school records for points (40.5)
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By Luke Lavoie, llavoie@tribune.com | December 3, 2013
The assault charge brought by a parent from a rival high school against a Howard County assistant football coach was dropped in Howard County District Court Tuesday. The charge was brought by  Shane Snyder, the father of Mt. Hebron quarterback Jake Snyder, and alleged that Centennial assistant coach Matt Winger, of Columbia, pushed his son  Jake to the ground during an on-field altercation between the teams at a Sept. 21 game.  After the game, Jake was diagnosed with a broken wrist, which ended his 2013 season.  According to Winger's defense attorney Michael DeHaven, the charge was dropped after the Howard County State's Attorney's office determined there was not enough evidence to prosecute Winger.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
While reports out of the final day of Major League Baseball's general managers' meetings Wednesday in Orlando, Fla., said that the Orioles could explore trades involving cornerstone players J.J. Hardy and Matt Wieters, the team is not actively shopping either player, according to a club source. Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette said Wednesday night that he's met with more than half the major league clubs to gauge whether they could be trade partners, but he added that Hardy and Wieters are “core players on our ballclub.” He also met with several free-agent representatives in Orlando and made preliminary offers to multiple pitchers.
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By Andrew Conrad and Luke Lavoie and By Andrew Conrad and Luke Lavoie | October 2, 2013
The parent of a Mt. Hebron High School football player has filed an assault charge against an assistant Centennial High School football coach in Howard County District Court stemming from an on-field fight between the teams during the first quarter of a Sept. 21 game at Mt. Hebron. Shane Snyder, the father of Mt. Hebron quarterback Jake Snyder, alleges that Centennial assistant coach Matt Winger, of Columbia, "violently pushed" Jake to the ground, causing a "severe fracture" of his right wrist during an on-field altercation between the teams, according to the statement of charges.
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By Katherine Dunn | August 5, 2014
Franklin offensive tackle Patrick Allen has committed to play football at Georgia. The 6-foot-5, 265-pound senior announced his commitment Monday night on his Twitter page . "I know that yall are really hype to know that I am officially commiting to the University of Georgia," he wrote. Allen, an All-Metro secondteam selection last season, helped the Indians to their first state championship as they outscored the opposition 167-42 in their four playoff games and defeated Linganore 20-7 in the Class 3A championship.
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By Nicholas Fouriezos and The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2013
Former NBA player Sam Cassell made a visit to his old stomping grounds Thursday, conducting a basketball clinic for more than 75 students at Dunbar. "This place has done tremendous things for me," said Cassell, an alumnus who now works as an assistant coach for the Washington Wizards. "This is where my groundwork, my roots, started. " Cassell joined Wizards guards Bradley Beal and Garrett Temple to take the students through a fundamentals workshop, which included passing, shooting and dribbling drills.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2013
Sherrod Hawkes is one of 11 Patterson players who regularly plays both offense and defense, setting the tone with his relentless, physical play. In Friday's night's key early-season matchup at Poly, Hawkes made several hard tackles behind the line of scrimmage and helped spark the Clippers' offense with explosive runs out of the backfield. Hawkes had two touchdowns and the Clippers forced three turnovers in a dominant 35-0 victory in the second annual Roger Wrenn Football Classic, which honors the former Poly coach.
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