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April 12, 2006
Justin Thompson, Patterson SPORT BASEBALL BOYS STATS -- Thompson is in his fourth year of varsity with the Clippers. Thompson, a utility player whose duties range from playing outfield to designated hitter, has stolen seven bases and scored six times. SIDELINES -- Thompson is president of the Jonathan Ogden service club, writes for the school newspaper and is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The 5-foot-11, 200-pound senior, an honor roll student, is headed for Wesley College to play football.
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Sports Digest | February 22, 2014
Football Mariners make Luddy first overall pick in AIF draft The newly formed Baltimore Mariners selected quarterback T.J. Luddy with the first overall pick in the American Indoor Football college draft Thursday night. The draft pool consisted of 88 outgoing college seniors, all of whom participated in the USA Football Bowl on Jan. 20 in Hoover, Ala. Luddy, of Division III Albright College (Pa.), was the first of five picks for the Mariners, who are beginning their first season in the seven-team league.
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SPORTS
May 17, 2005
Moves Auto racing NASCAR: Mike Ford resigned as crew chief for Nextel Cup driver Dale Jarrett. Penske Performance Inc., majority shareholder of Penske Racing South, said it has bought out Rusty Wallace, Don Miller and John Erickson. Baseball MLB: Placed Devil Rays P Dewon Brazelton on restricted list for failure to report to Triple-A Durham. METS: Placed C Ramon Castro on 15-day DL with strained right quadriceps. Purchased contract of C Mike DiFelice from Triple-A Norfolk. Basketball NETS: Named Charlie Mierswa senior VP of finance and business administration.
NEWS
April 12, 2006
Justin Thompson, Patterson SPORT BASEBALL BOYS STATS -- Thompson is in his fourth year of varsity with the Clippers. Thompson, a utility player whose duties range from playing outfield to designated hitter, has stolen seven bases and scored six times. SIDELINES -- Thompson is president of the Jonathan Ogden service club, writes for the school newspaper and is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The 5-foot-11, 200-pound senior, an honor roll student, is headed for Wesley College to play football.
SPORTS
October 12, 1996
Colgate (1-4) at Towson State (2-3)Site: Minnegan StadiumTime: 1 p.m.Radio: WTMD (89.7 FM)Outlook: The Tigers halted a three-game skid with last Saturday's 49-28 romp over Central Connecticut State. Sophomore Kevin Smith has passed for more than 300 yards in three consecutive games and hasn't thrown an interception in his past 100 attempts. Running back Jason Corle broke a Towson freshman record by rushing for 137 yards last weekend. Towson and Colgate are meeting for the first time, but they'll become common opponents when the Tigers join the Red Raiders in the Patriot League next year.
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Sports Digest | February 22, 2014
Football Mariners make Luddy first overall pick in AIF draft The newly formed Baltimore Mariners selected quarterback T.J. Luddy with the first overall pick in the American Indoor Football college draft Thursday night. The draft pool consisted of 88 outgoing college seniors, all of whom participated in the USA Football Bowl on Jan. 20 in Hoover, Ala. Luddy, of Division III Albright College (Pa.), was the first of five picks for the Mariners, who are beginning their first season in the seven-team league.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | November 27, 1994
Former Chesapeake All-County running back Brandon Steinheim is in line for All-American honors.Steinheim, a sophomore at Wesley College (8-2) in Dover, Del., led the nation in punt returns and is believed to have set an NCAA Division III record. He averaged 42.2 yards a return this fall at Wesley.The 5-foot-9, 170-pound speedster's longest of 10 runbacks was 91 yards, and he had a 97-yarder that was called back.According to record keepers at Wesley and at Division III headquarters, no one has ever averaged more than 40 yards a return.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | February 10, 2005
To report a high school signing or commitment, email sports@baltsun.com or call 410-332-6200. BOYS Baseball David Caldwell, Loyola Blakefield, Virginia Brett DiPasquale, Calvert Hall, Belmont Abbey Brandon Erbe, McDonogh, Miami Bryan Hoffman, Broadneck, Maryland Austin Hurd, Gaithersburg, Towson Steve Johnson, St. Paul's, Boston College Scott Kreiger, Calvert Hall, George Mason Brad Miller, Mount St. Joseph, Delaware Patrick Nolan, Calvert Hall,...
SPORTS
November 29, 2009
Tim Tebow, above, throws for three TDs and runs for two scores in his final home game as top-ranked Florida beats Florida State, 37-10, for its sixth consecutive victory in the heated rivalry. PG 6 Johns Hopkins 31, Thomas More 29:: Alex Lachman hits a 43-yard field goal as time expires to lift the visiting Blue Jays over the Saints in the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs. Hopkins faces Wesley College of Delaware in the quarterfinals. PG 8 NAVY The Midshipmen's game at Hawaii ended too late to be included in this edition.
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By From Staff Reports | February 14, 1995
Scott Newman scored 22 points to lead host Frostburg State to a 90-66 victory over Wesley College in a men's game last night.The Bobcats (16-6) forced 32 turnovers and had a season-high 25 steals. Newman led Frostburg State with five steals.Harold Victor added 15 points and Rodney Jeffries contributed 14 points for the Bobcats.Neil Cole led Wesley (3-21) with 32 points.* Virginia State 63, Bowie State 56: Reggie Frisby scored 16 points, leading Virginia State (13-11, 6-5) past Bowie State (8-16, 4-6)
SPORTS
May 17, 2005
Moves Auto racing NASCAR: Mike Ford resigned as crew chief for Nextel Cup driver Dale Jarrett. Penske Performance Inc., majority shareholder of Penske Racing South, said it has bought out Rusty Wallace, Don Miller and John Erickson. Baseball MLB: Placed Devil Rays P Dewon Brazelton on restricted list for failure to report to Triple-A Durham. METS: Placed C Ramon Castro on 15-day DL with strained right quadriceps. Purchased contract of C Mike DiFelice from Triple-A Norfolk. Basketball NETS: Named Charlie Mierswa senior VP of finance and business administration.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | April 6, 2005
To report a high school signing or commitment, email sports@baltsun.com or call 410-332-6200. BOYS Baseball David Caldwell, Loyola Blakefield, Virginia Brett DiPasquale, Calvert Hall, Belmont Abbey Brandon Erbe, McDonogh, Miami Bryan Hoffman, Broadneck, Maryland Austin Hurd, Gaithersburg, Towson Steve Johnson, St. Paul's, Boston College Scott Kreiger, Calvert Hall, George Mason Seth Michael, Glenelg, Spring Arbor University Brad Miller, Mount...
SPORTS
October 12, 1996
Colgate (1-4) at Towson State (2-3)Site: Minnegan StadiumTime: 1 p.m.Radio: WTMD (89.7 FM)Outlook: The Tigers halted a three-game skid with last Saturday's 49-28 romp over Central Connecticut State. Sophomore Kevin Smith has passed for more than 300 yards in three consecutive games and hasn't thrown an interception in his past 100 attempts. Running back Jason Corle broke a Towson freshman record by rushing for 137 yards last weekend. Towson and Colgate are meeting for the first time, but they'll become common opponents when the Tigers join the Red Raiders in the Patriot League next year.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | November 27, 1994
Former Chesapeake All-County running back Brandon Steinheim is in line for All-American honors.Steinheim, a sophomore at Wesley College (8-2) in Dover, Del., led the nation in punt returns and is believed to have set an NCAA Division III record. He averaged 42.2 yards a return this fall at Wesley.The 5-foot-9, 170-pound speedster's longest of 10 runbacks was 91 yards, and he had a 97-yarder that was called back.According to record keepers at Wesley and at Division III headquarters, no one has ever averaged more than 40 yards a return.
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