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NEWS
July 17, 2014
As someone who runs along the Inner Harbor frequently, it's easy to recall the many times walkers would stop to see the trapeze school participants and teachers performing there a decade ago. It was a natural draw, especially in the evening with lights beaming on the net-surrounded spot. The high cost of the attraction probably did it in. But it is with some dismay that I read about plans regarding Rash Field that would take away the constant attraction that is the beach volleyball courts ( "City looks at another go-round at Rash Field," July 11)
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SPORTS
By Aaron Dodson, The Baltimore Sun and By Aaron Dodson, The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2014
Longtime UMBC coach and athletic administrator Kathy Zerrlaut announced her retirement Thursday after 41 years of working at the university, which has existed for only 48 years. "It's been 41 years, and I'm not getting any younger," Zerrlaut said, laughing. "It's time to move on, to change and try to enjoy my life outside of a work area. I've loved my career, but sometimes you have to say it's time to go. " A Baltimore native and Lansdowne graduate, Zerrlaut was hired by then-UMBC athletic director Dick Watts in 1973 after earning her bachelor's and master's degrees from Frostburg State.
EXPLORE
May 20, 2014
Email sports copy to howardcountysports@patuxent.com by 9 a.m. Monday Volleyball The Columbia Volleyball Club (CVC) 12U Canaries won the gold medal at the MVSA 12's Invitational May 17. The Canaries placed first out of eight teams from across Maryland and Virginia. Losing only one match in competitive pool play, the Canaries went on to compete in the semifinals against Metro American Volleyball Club (MAVBC) North, of Virgina. The Canaries were victorious in two games, 25-22 and 25-20, which led to a spot in the finals against the Metro American Volleyball Club (MAVBC)
SPORTS
By Mike Frainie and For The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2014
One of the area's best volleyball programs has announced a change in its coaching staff for next year, but the replacement will be well known to area volleyball fans. Larry Schofield, the varsity coach at Centennial, will step down after leading the program for seven years. He will be replaced by Mike Bossom, who coached at Centennial from 1994 to 2005, and won eight state titles at the school. Bossom is leaving Goucher College, where he was the head volleyball coach. “I just felt like my mental state wasn't where it needed to be,” Schofield said.
EXPLORE
December 17, 2013
Submitting sports notices Email sports copy to howardcountysports@patuxent.com by 9 a.m. on Monday. Volleyball The Volleyball house in Elkridge will be hosting winter volleyball camps on Dec. 26 or Dec. 27. Visit Jkvolleyball.com for more information. Baseball Tri-County Umpires Association will be holding classes for anyone interested in umpiring travel and high school baseball in Howard, Baltimore, Prince Georges and surrounding counties.
SPORTS
By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2013
Maureen Carter South River The 2013 volleyball season was one that Maureen Carter waited a long time for. The 19-year veteran of local volleyball led her charges to a 15-2 record, and the championship in Anne Arundel County, the area's toughest volleyball league this season. Both of South River's losses came at the hands of Severna Park, a state finalist this year. The league was so competitive this year that Broadneck won the regular season title, the South River won the county title and Severna Park won the regional title.
SPORTS
By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2013
Katie Byrne Broadneck, libero, junior * Ran the defense for the Anne Arundel County regular season champions * Led the team with 176 digs, more than double her closest teammate * Handled 212 serves, leading the team in serve-receive * Led the No. 8 Bruins with 40 aces Madison Carter South River, hitter, junior * Recorded 205 kills for the Anne Arundel County champions, almost half of her team's total ...
SPORTS
By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2013
Sydney Biniak Howard, hitter, senior Howard volleyball coach Grant Scott knew he had something special the first time he saw Sydney Biniak play. The 2013 volleyball season proved his assessment to be correct. Biniak led the No. 5 Lions to their first Howard County championship since 1980, and was probably the most feared hitter in the area. Her 321 kills show the power and agility she possesses. Behind those kills, the Lions eliminated Montgomery County's Sherwood, which had won the last two Class 4A state titles, in the regional semifinals.
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