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By Sandra McKee | February 5, 1991
Blast forward Domenic Mobilio and midfielder Mike Stankovic won't play in tomorrow's game in Cleveland and are questionable for weekend games against St. Louis and Kansas City. Mobilio sprained his left ankle yesterday during warm-ups, and Stankovic injured his right foot during Saturday's 6-5 victory against the Crunch.* PLAYERS OF THE MONTH: Cleveland's Kai Haaskivi, who was relieved of coaching duties Dec. 29, has been named the MSL's offensive player for January.The defensive player of the month is San Diego goalkeeper Victor Nogueira, who had the league's only shutout since the goals were expanded.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | November 8, 2012
Friday: vs. Chicago Soul Saturday: vs. Syracuse Silver Knights Site: 1st Mariner Arena Times: 7:35 p.m. Video: mislnation.com Outlook: The Blast looks to build on last Saturday's 23-13 season-opening win over the Chicago Soul with back-to-back games this weekend. First up is a second straight visit from the Soul, which the Blast dominated in the second half. The Blast used a balanced attack in the opener, led by newcomer Tony Donatelli's three goals and a good first game for rookie goalkeeper Troy Hernandez (nine saves)
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By Nestor Aparicio | October 14, 1991
* WEEKEND SUMMARY: The Jacks (3-1) split a pair of weekend games, defeating St. John's 5-4 in overtime Friday night and losing to Adirondack in Glens Falls, N.Y., 4-3 Saturday, their first defeat of the season.The power-play unit of John Purves, Simon Wheeldon and Craig Duncanson thrived in the games, as Duncanson scored a pair of goals Friday (including the game-winner) and Purves scored a pair in each game for a team-leading seven goals in four games. All told, the team was 5-for-19 on the power play.
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January 13, 2012
Expect the expected Peter Schmuck Baltimore Sun Though it would certainly add some spice if Tim Tebow could pull off another last-minute miracle against the Patriots, it doesn't look like there will be a lot of surprises this weekend. The Patriots already showed what they think of Tebowmania during the regular season and the other AFC slot figures to go to the team (Ravens) that was 8-0 at home this year and already beat the Texans there. Don't expect the unexpected when the Giants go into Lambeau Field either.
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By Nestor Aparicio | October 8, 1990
The Skipjacks and the Washington Capitals each earned their first victories of the season over the weekend.For the Caps, it took two home games, as they lost to Pittsburgh Friday, 7-4, before returning for a 6-4 victory over Detroit on Saturday with Mike Liut in net for both games.With goalie Don Beaupre back with the Caps as a backup, the Jacks reaped the benefit of the return of Jim Hrivnak, who was excellent in a 5-3 win in Hershey on Saturday. After falling behind 2-1, the Jacks rallied on a pair of goals from John Purves and one each from Reggie Savage and Alfie Turcotte.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | October 16, 1996
It was reported incorrectly in Wednesday's editions that Baltimore police spokesman Agent Robert W. Weinhold Jr. confirmed that officers used their influence to seize Oriole tickets from scalpers and either sold them or used them to attend the games. He confirmed that the officers were under investigation for the allegations.The Sun regrets the errors.Three Baltimore police officers are being investigated for allegedly using their influence to seize Orioles playoff tickets from scalpers and attend the weekend games, according to sources and department officials.
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By James H. Jackson | January 11, 1991
The Baltimore Skipjacks, who begin a two-game trip tonight in Troy, N.Y., against the Capital District Islanders, have sent defenseman Rob Mendel and goaltender Olaf Kolzig to the Hampton Roads Admirals of the East Coast Hockey League.Mendel, who had five assists in 24 games with the Skipjacks, will join the Admirals for three weekend games, then return to Baltimore, said Skipjacks coach Rob Laird. Mendel was sent to Hampton Roads because the Admirals' back line is thin after several injuries.
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March 31, 1998
Virtually all parking has been assigned to season-ticket holders for Opening Day and weekday games. For night and weekend games, the general public can expect some open sports in lots F, G, and H. The same goes for the Tate and D/E lots, which will open this summer. For all games, think light rail, bus, Metro or Park and Ride.Oriole Park toursPublic tours are given daily except when the Orioles play an afternoon home game. Tickets, sold in advance or same day, are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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By John W. Stewart | August 16, 1991
It's one thing to be 32 years old and earning millions of dollars bTC for the privilege of getting bounced around as an NFL quarterback. But it's quite another to be a 32-year-old quarterback who gets bounced around for nothing.That's the position in which Ron Meehan finds himself as he prepares for another game for another team in another league in another city.Talk about the consummate semipro football player and you're talking about Ron Meehan. When he started at quarterback for the Baltimore Bears in their Mason-Dixon League opener two weeks ago, it marked the start of an 11th consecutive season of playing for "the love of the game."
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By Mark Hyman and Mark Hyman,Staff Writer | June 16, 1992
Bill Floyd was first in line at the Orioles box office early yesterday morning, but the A-1 position didn't do him much good.Floyd had hoped to purchase four tickets to each of about a half-dozen weekend dates at the new stadium. Instead, he walked away with just one set. He'll be using them on the next available Sunday at the ballpark: Sept. 13."With the new ballpark, that's just the way it is," said Floyd, who accepted the chronic ticket shortage with a sense of humor. "We never bought tickets in advance for Memorial Stadium.
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By Quint Kessenich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2011
With college basketball finally in the books, and the weather warming up, lacrosse season takes over centerstage. Syracuse and Notre Dame are the nation's only unbeaten teams, Johns Hopkins is back in the top five, and Virginia finds itself in the midst of a two-game losing streak. Jockeying for the NCAA tournament is a storyline to watch in April. Let's take a closer look at some this weekend's key games: Albany at Johns Hopkins (Friday, 7:30 p.m., ESPNU) This is a trap game for Hopkins (7-2)
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November 11, 2010
All nine Division I men's basketball programs are ready for action this weekend. On Friday night, Towson opens its season with a road game against Miami (Ohio) at 6 p.m. The Tigers began their 2009-10 season with an 82-71 win over the RedHawks. At 8 p.m., Loyola welcomes Drexel to Reitz Arena for a nonconference matchup. In Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference action, UMES heads to Tulane at 7 p.m., Friday night, and Coppin State travels to Norman, Okla., for an 8 p.m. date with former Owings Mills power forward Andrew Fitzgerald and the Sooners.
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By EDWARD LEE | February 27, 2009
weekend games No. 4 Hopkins (1-0) Coming up: Vs. No. 19 Princeton, tomorrow, noon, M&T Bank Stadium; at No. 5 UMBC, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Comment: Thus begins a treacherous stretch against six ranked teams, five in the top 10. Sophomore attackman Kyle Wharton, who had four goals all last season, scored three in the season opener. No. 5 UMBC (2-0) Coming up: Vs. No. 15 Colgate, tomorrow, 1 p.m., UMBC Stadium; vs. No. 4 Johns Hopkins, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., UMBC Stadium Comment: The Retrievers are attempting to open the season with three consecutive wins for the first time since 2001.
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By Pat O'Malley | November 13, 1998
Class 4A quarterfinalSherwood (9-1)at No. 14 Annapolis (8-2)When: 7: 30 tonightOutlook: Sherwood coach Bob Milloy is wary of Annapolis in this first meeting of the schools, despite having never lost to an Anne Arundel County team and owning more state titles (eight, six at Springbrook, two at Sherwood) than anyone."We scouted them three times, and we're really impressed with their running back [Rayvon Johnson], and their offensive line is good," said Milloy. "We were lucky to beat Paint Branch (21-20)
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By Mark Hyman and Mark Hyman,Staff Writer | June 16, 1992
Bill Floyd was first in line at the Orioles box office early yesterday morning, but the A-1 position didn't do him much good.Floyd had hoped to purchase four tickets to each of about a half-dozen weekend dates at the new stadium. Instead, he walked away with just one set. He'll be using them on the next available Sunday at the ballpark: Sept. 13."With the new ballpark, that's just the way it is," said Floyd, who accepted the chronic ticket shortage with a sense of humor. "We never bought tickets in advance for Memorial Stadium.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | January 11, 1993
Skipjacks goalie Byron Dafoe not only had an encore in mind. He had two.After missing 20 games with a badly sprained ankle, Dafoe returned Friday night to stop the Hershey Bears, 7-2, after sailing into the third period with a shutout. Saturday, he turned back the New Haven Senators, 5-2.Dafoe and the Skipjacks won their third straight last night, beating New Haven again, this time 5-3 before 1,417 at the Baltimore Arena."Byron did more than we expected," assistant coach Paul Gardner said.
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