October 7, 2011
Thomas Louis "Pep" Perrella, a schools caterer and former Archbishop Curley soccer coach and player, died of pancreatic cancer Sept. 25 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 59 and lived in Overlea. The Baltimore native grew up on Kentucky Avenue. A childhood baseball coach named him "Pepper" or "Pep" after Pepper Martin, the 1930s St. Louis Cardinals base stealer. Before graduating from Archbishop Curley High School in 1970, he scored a soccer goal to secure the school's first Maryland Scholastic Association championship.
September 22, 1991
Name: Amber ClutterHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Scoring three goals in her first varsity soccer match to help lead South Carroll past Francis Scott Key, 8-0Age: 14Residence; hometown: Mount AiryEducation: Freshmanat South Carroll High School in Winfield; graduate of Mount Airy Middle School; graduate of Mount Airy ElementaryFamily: Mother: Linda, secretary at the National Institute of Standards and Technology inGaithersburg, Montgomery County; Father:...
November 20, 1997
GLENELG AND River Hill high schools were caldrons of excitement Friday: Each school had teams vying for state championships Saturday.At Glenelg High, the student body celebrated with a surprise schoolwide pep rally planned by Glenelg's Boosters' Club.Students, faculty, and administrators, led by Principal Bonnie Daniel, cheered players from their girls' and boys' varsity soccer teams and volleyball team, all-regional champions and finalists for state championships.River Hill Principal Scott Pfeifer introduced the varsity girls' and boys' Regional 2A soccer champions on the school's television station, while the marching band played the school fight song, parading through the building.
October 25, 2005
Tom Beck, a retired Baltimore County public schools teacher and the father of 12, died of an aneurysm Friday at St. Joseph Medical Center. The Freeland resident was 69. Born Charles Thomas Beck in Baltimore and raised on Fairmount Avenue, he was a 1953 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School, playing on its varsity soccer and basketball teams. He also played on soccer teams that competed in Patterson Park. He earned a bachelor's degree from what is now Towson University and a master's degree from Morgan State University.
September 24, 1995
Sarah GreenleafSchool: Hammond High SchoolHometown: ColumbiaAge: 17Sarah, a senior at Hammond, has a grade-point average of 3.78 in gifted and talented and advanced placement classes. She is president of the National Honor Society, the Marching Band and Wind Ensemble. Last year she participated in the Independent Research Program.Sara, plays clarinet and has been involved in the band and ensemble for four years. Last year, she organized a group of band members who raked leaves Saturdays for families.
April 26, 2001
Bryan Hamper, second-winningest wrestler in South Carroll history, will attend Messiah College, said coach Pete Olson. Messiah, a Division III school located in Grantham, Pa., close to Gettysburg, is coached by Neil Turner, who is in the process of upgrading the program there after coaching at Loch Haven. Hamper recorded 124 career wins for the Cavaliers, second only to Dan Patterson's 130. Hamper set the school record for career pins at 82. Turner is a coach familiar to Hamper because he has give clinics to South Carroll's wrestling team for the past several seasons.