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By Michael Richman and Michael Richman,Contributing Writer | December 29, 1992
The Oakland Mills basketball team used multiple defenses t try to stop Watkins Mill's star, Corey Robinson.Scorpions coach Dave Appleby put Rick Alverado on Robinson in the first half, and then combined Alverado with Michael Tann to try to slow him down in the second.The tactic didn't work, though, as Robinson scored 34 points to lead the Wolverines to a 67-55 victory in the first game of the WFMD/Frederick County Physical Education Teachers Holiday Invitational yesterday at Frederick County's Thomas Johnson High.
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By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2014
A student at Watkins Mill High School in Montgomery County has active tuberculosis and parents were told Feb. 6 in a letter that some other staff and students will be tested for the disease, though the risk of transmission is small. The letter from school and health officials told parents that the infected student is being treated and there is no additional risk of exposure. Those who need to be tested had classes with the infected student or an after-school activity between October and January.
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November 6, 2011
Aberdeen 21, Fallston 14 Annapolis Area Christian 40, Pallotti 0 Arundel 58, Southern-AA 13 Atholton 48, Centennial 0 Bel Air 21, C. Milton Wright 14 Bethesda 28, Walter Johnson 14 Bishop Ireton, Va. 48, St. Mary's Ryken 0 Bishop Walsh 57, Randolph-Macon, Va. 47 Boonsboro 34, Smithsburg 13 Boys' Latin 6, St. Paul's 0 Broadneck 31, Meade 24 Brunswick 50, Catoctin 22 Bullis 42, Episcopal, Va....
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May 7, 2013
Softball Standings (as of May 6): Glenelg, 17-0 county, 20-0 overall; Howard, 13-4, 15-5; River Hill, 13-4, 14-4; Mt. Hebron, 12-5, 15-5; Atholton, 12-5, 13-5; Hammond, 12-5, 13-5; Centennial, 7-10, 8-11-1; Reservoir, 6-10, 7-12; Marriotts Ridge, 4-12, 5-14; Long Reach, 3-14, 3-15; Oakland Mills, 1-15, 2-15; Wilde Lake, 0-16, 1-16; Chapelgate, 9-3 IAAM B, 13-4. Girls lacrosse County Standings (as of May 6): Marriotts Ridge, 11-0; Mt. Hebron, 10-1; River Hill, 9-2; Glenelg, 8-3; Howard, 7-4; Atholton, 6-5; Centennial, 5-6; Wilde Lake, 4-7; Long Reach, 2-8; Reservoir, 2-9; Hammond, 1-9; Oakland Mills, 0-11; Glenelg Country, 4-10 IAAM B; Chapelgate, 9-4 IAAM C. Playoff seedings: Class 4A/3A North: 1. Howard; 2. Quince Orchard; 3. Northwest; 4. Watkins Mill; 5. Westminster; 6. Clarksburg; 7. Magruder; 8. Richard Montgomery; 9. Urbana; 10. Gaithersburg; 11. Linganore.
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May 7, 2013
Softball Standings (as of May 6): Glenelg, 17-0 county, 20-0 overall; Howard, 13-4, 15-5; River Hill, 13-4, 14-4; Mt. Hebron, 12-5, 15-5; Atholton, 12-5, 13-5; Hammond, 12-5, 13-5; Centennial, 7-10, 8-11-1; Reservoir, 6-10, 7-12; Marriotts Ridge, 4-12, 5-14; Long Reach, 3-14, 3-15; Oakland Mills, 1-15, 2-15; Wilde Lake, 0-16, 1-16; Chapelgate, 9-3 IAAM B, 13-4. Girls lacrosse County Standings (as of May 6): Marriotts Ridge, 11-0; Mt. Hebron, 10-1; River Hill, 9-2; Glenelg, 8-3; Howard, 7-4; Atholton, 6-5; Centennial, 5-6; Wilde Lake, 4-7; Long Reach, 2-8; Reservoir, 2-9; Hammond, 1-9; Oakland Mills, 0-11; Glenelg Country, 4-10 IAAM B; Chapelgate, 9-4 IAAM C. Playoff seedings: Class 4A/3A North: 1. Howard; 2. Quince Orchard; 3. Northwest; 4. Watkins Mill; 5. Westminster; 6. Clarksburg; 7. Magruder; 8. Richard Montgomery; 9. Urbana; 10. Gaithersburg; 11. Linganore.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2012
The bus ride home from any high school playoff game provides an obvious clue to what transpired in the previous few hours. In the journey to the Class 3A state championship game last season, the Mount Hebron boys soccer team experienced more than its share of jubilant joy rides. As the 10th-seeded team in the East region, the Vikings went on the road and returned victorious five times to earn a spot in the season's final game at UMBC Stadium. In the return trip to Ellicott City that night, however, a collective hush told the disappointing story of the title match: Watkins Mill 3, Mount Hebron 1. The silence on the bus gave then-junior center midfielder Lucas Rose time for thought, and one thing came to mind.
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By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,Staff Writer | March 13, 1992
Catonsville coach Dennis Quinby said he didn't know a lot about Montgomery County's Watkins Mill going into last night's Class 3A semifinal at Catonsville Community College."
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By Rich Scherr | November 27, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- Sophomore David Garey scored on a 5-yard run and Watkins Mill held off a late charge by Montgomery County rival Winston Churchill en route to a 10-6 win in the Class 4A state football title game last night at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium.The victory gave Watkins Mill (11-2) its first state championship, as well as redemption for a 7-6 loss to Churchill (12-1) earlier this season.Gary scored on a 5-yard burst with 3:05 left in the third quarter to give the Wolverines a 7-0 lead.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | May 25, 1994
Top-ranked Arundel rallied for three runs on just one hit in the bottom of the sixth to nip Watkins Mill, 5-4, last night and advance to Friday's state 4A championship game.The Wildcats (21-2), who won in their final at-bat for the seventh time in the last eight games of a 19-game winning streak, will play Perry Hall, a 5-2 winner over Bowie. Arundel is seeking a record seventh state title.Arundel needed one out from ace Brandon Agamennone in the seventh to preserve the victory for Jamie Stoddard (7-0)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | March 1, 1995
There was nothing flashy about No. 12 Westminster's 68-55 win last night over visiting Watkins Mill in the Class 4A West Region opener, just a matter of the Owls making the most of their resources.Two of their biggest assets all season have been the inside play of Beth Lister and Jill Ibex and things didn't change last night.The sixth-seeded Wolverines simply didn't have anyone to match up against either of the two.And as the night wore on, the Wolverines wore down with Lister (20 points)
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2012
The bus ride home from any high school playoff game provides an obvious clue to what transpired in the previous few hours. In the journey to the Class 3A state championship game last season, the Mount Hebron boys soccer team experienced more than its share of jubilant joy rides. As the 10th-seeded team in the East region, the Vikings went on the road and returned victorious five times to earn a spot in the season's final game at UMBC Stadium. In the return trip to Ellicott City that night, however, a collective hush told the disappointing story of the title match: Watkins Mill 3, Mount Hebron 1. The silence on the bus gave then-junior center midfielder Lucas Rose time for thought, and one thing came to mind.
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By Brent Kennedy, Howard County Times | November 17, 2011
Mount Hebron's Will Rice got halfway to the sideline and couldn't go any further. The Vikings senior, seconds after watching time expire on a 3-1 loss to Watkins Mill in the 3A state championship Thursday at UMBC Stadium, had the emotions of an entire season hit him all at once. A title game that No. 8 Mount Hebron once led 1-0 had somehow slipped away. “It just hits you, that was my shot ... and to think we had it for a second, the game was ours and we were up,” Rice said.
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November 6, 2011
Aberdeen 21, Fallston 14 Annapolis Area Christian 40, Pallotti 0 Arundel 58, Southern-AA 13 Atholton 48, Centennial 0 Bel Air 21, C. Milton Wright 14 Bethesda 28, Walter Johnson 14 Bishop Ireton, Va. 48, St. Mary's Ryken 0 Bishop Walsh 57, Randolph-Macon, Va. 47 Boonsboro 34, Smithsburg 13 Boys' Latin 6, St. Paul's 0 Broadneck 31, Meade 24 Brunswick 50, Catoctin 22 Bullis 42, Episcopal, Va....
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 8, 2001
Dulaney's baseball team deliberately put its marquee billing on the line yesterday at home in a three-team tournament, and the Lions distinguished themselves. The No. 1-ranked Lions (6-1) split a doubleheader in a chilly drizzle losing, 14-10, to the Washington area's No. 1-ranked team, Riverdale Baptist (12-1), but bouncing back to rout defending state 4A champion Watkins Mill, the Washington area's No. 5 team, 10-0. Senior right-hander Mike Clark (3-1) was the pitcher of the record in both games, losing in relief in the first game and hurling a three-hit shutout in the five-inning nightcap.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | May 27, 2000
Early misadventures and a seeing-eye pop-up in the fourth inning cost Dulaney its first try at a state baseball championship at Joe Cannon Field in Harmans last night. The two-out pop-up just eluded diving Dulaney right fielder Dan Tinker's glove in the fourth, scoring what proved the winning run in a 3-2, Class 4A title victory by Montgomery County's Watkins Mill. Chris Segura's pop fell a few feet inside the foul line, scoring Brad Epstein, who had led off with a double. "I trapped it on the ground right under my glove," Tinker said.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | May 24, 2000
BOWIE - Timely hitting and a superb pitching effort by junior right-hander Ryan Moran led Watkins Mill to a 6-0 victory over No.6 Old Mill in the second Class 4A state semifinal at Prince George's Stadium last night. In winning their 16th straight game, the Wolverines (18-2) advanced to their first state final in four appearances in the final four, the first since 1994. Watkins Mill will meet No.11 Dulaney (16-8) at 7 p.m. Friday at Joe Cannon Stadium in Harmans. Dulaney, a 2-0 victor over Eleanor Roosevelt, is also looking for its first state championship.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 13, 1996
Dulaney had not reached the state volleyball semifinals since 1984, and that would be the No. 4 Lions' consolation last night. Watkins Mills denied the Lions (15-3) their first trip to the state championship by winning the Class 4A semifinal, 15-5, 15-9, 15-9, at Essex Community College.In Saturday's Class 4A final at Catonsville Community College, the Montgomery County Wolverines (18-1) will meet two-time defending state champion Northern of Calvert County, a team that is 75-0 over the past three years.
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By Pete Bielski and Pete Bielski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 13, 1999
Senior Paul Gillette kicked a 28-yard field goal with five seconds remaining to lift Severna Park to a 15-14 victory last night over Watkins Mill in the first round of the Class 4A state playoffs.Gillette, who missed a first-quarter extra point, capped the decisive 14-play, 60-yard drive with a kick that was down the middle."I was shaking," he said. "I was just hoping it would go through. Everyone blocked well."The victory improved fourth-seeded Severna Park to 10-1. Watkins Mill of Montgomery County finishes 8-2, with its only loss to top-seeded Gaithersburg.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | May 20, 1998
It had been a while since Glen Burnie had made a Class 4A state playoff appearance, but the top-ranked Gophers certainly didn't look like strangers in last night's semifinal at Randazzo Park.Battle-tested the past week after surviving the demanding East region, the Gophers continued their sterling postseason play with a 3-1 win over West region champ Watkins Mill.Behind eight seniors and riding an 11-game win streak, the Gophers (17-4 ) head into tomorrow's state championship game against Eleanor Roosevelt -- an 11-9 winner over Dulaney in last night's other semifinal -- looking for their third state title and first since 1989, when they last reached state play.
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