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By Drake Witham and Drake Witham,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 3, 1995
Forget about the Browns. Baltimore's best import from Cleveland is playing at Coppin State.Reggie Welch, a transfer from Cleveland State, scored 27 points last night to lead the Eagles to a 98-63 victory over West Virginia State at the Coppin Center.The win improved Coppin's home streak to 32 games, longest in the NCAA. But the streak didn't mean much to the Yellow Jackets (1-2), who built a 24-19 lead midway through the first half.Enter Welch.With the 6-foot-6 forward connecting on four three-pointers, Coppin (2-0)
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By From Sun staff reports | January 6, 2009
Troy Franklin banked in a shot with 2.1 seconds left to play to give Towson a 62-61 victory over Delaware last night. The visiting Tigers (7-8, 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association), who trailed by as many as nine points, outscored the Blue Hens 12-5 over the last 5:12. Junior Hairston, who didn't start and was questionable to play because of illness, scored a team-high 17 points for the Tigers. Delaware (7-8, 1-2) had won five of its past six games. The win ended a 12-game CAA road losing streak for the Tigers.
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By Bill Free | August 27, 2005
Matchup: Bowie State (0-0) vs. West Virginia State (0-0) Site/Time: Institute, W.Va./1 p.m. Series record: Bowie leads 4-2 Outlook: The quarterback watch begins today for Bowie State. Junior QB Lamar Manigo opens the season as the starter, but two newcomers, transfer Richard Armstrong and freshman Jerry Taylor, are expected to compete with Manigo for the job. Armstrong, 6 feet 2, 225 pounds, is No. 2 on the depth chart entering the first game. The Bulldogs shut out West Virginia State, 27-0, in last year's opener and went on to a 5-5 record.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 28, 2005
INSTITUTE, W.Va. - Isaac Redman rushed 24 times for 145 yards and three touchdowns to lead Bowie State past West Virginia State, 40-7, yesterday in the season opener for both teams. The Bulldogs totaled 380 offensive yards and held the Yellow Jackets to 70. Perry Smith's 33-yard run midway through the second quarter accounted for West Virginia State's only score. Bowie State had a 14-0 lead after one quarter and scored twice in the second quarter, the second time with 13 seconds left, to make it 28-7.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 29, 1996
Host Bowie State rolled to a 44-point lead at halftime and held West Virginia State to 26 percent shooting on the way to 92-40 victory in last night's championship game of the Best Western Classic.Tarsha Wilson's 13 points led four Bowie State players in double figures. Brandey Lemons added 11 points for the Bulldogs (7-1), who shot nearly 61 percent in the first half to break open the game.Vera Carrington paced West Virginia State (1-6) with 12 points and six rebounds.Kent 88, Coppin State 29: Jenny Kempf's 14 points led Kent (3-5)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 28, 2005
INSTITUTE, W.Va. - Isaac Redman rushed 24 times for 145 yards and three touchdowns to lead Bowie State past West Virginia State, 40-7, yesterday in the season opener for both teams. The Bulldogs totaled 380 offensive yards and held the Yellow Jackets to 70. Perry Smith's 33-yard run midway through the second quarter accounted for West Virginia State's only score. Bowie State had a 14-0 lead after one quarter and scored twice in the second quarter, the second time with 13 seconds left, to make it 28-7.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 24, 2000
Brent Sandrock's 28-yard field goal with eight seconds left lifted Western Maryland to a 35-32 victory over Ursinus yesterday in a Centennial Conference game in Collegeville, Pa. Boo Harris led Western Maryland (3-1, 2-0), completing 17 of 36 passes for 304 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for 76 more. Teron Powell caught six passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns. Ursinus (2-1, 1-1) took an early 17-0 lead, beginning with Shearrod Duncan's 86-yard kickoff return for a touchdown on the opening play.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | December 2, 1993
The game itself was a no-brainer, but Coppin State coach Fang Mitchell said his team reaped some benefits nonetheless.Perhaps the Eagles needed one like this to prepare them for the difficult challenges ahead."
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By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,SUN STAFF | November 27, 1995
MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. -- For as long as anybody can remember, people have been leaving this place.A plaque at the Marshall County Court House square reads: "Capt. James Harrod assembled 31 men at the mouth of Grave Creek in the Spring of 1774 and from this point went to Kentucky." Even the Adena Indians, who built the pre-historic burial mound that gave Moundsville its name, left for parts unknown about a thousand years ago.Since 1980, so have many of Moundsville's major employers, taking with them a third of the town's population.
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By Bill Free | August 27, 2005
Matchup: Bowie State (0-0) vs. West Virginia State (0-0) Site/Time: Institute, W.Va./1 p.m. Series record: Bowie leads 4-2 Outlook: The quarterback watch begins today for Bowie State. Junior QB Lamar Manigo opens the season as the starter, but two newcomers, transfer Richard Armstrong and freshman Jerry Taylor, are expected to compete with Manigo for the job. Armstrong, 6 feet 2, 225 pounds, is No. 2 on the depth chart entering the first game. The Bulldogs shut out West Virginia State, 27-0, in last year's opener and went on to a 5-5 record.
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By Lane Harvey Brown and Lane Harvey Brown,Special to the Sun | January 30, 2005
Under a steely January sky in Pipestem State Park, high in the Appalachians of southeastern West Virginia, my family stood on the bank of a pond rich with wild turkey scratchings and deer tracks, trawling for newts. Our son and daughter took turns dragging the leaf litter just under the water's surface with a long-handled net, under the guidance of park naturalist Jim Phillips. Up from the bottom came tadpoles and the larvae of caddis and dragonflies. But no newts. "You think this time of year there's not a lot of life.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 31, 2003
Junior running backs Caleb Cranke and Julius Jordan both had 100-yard games and the Bowie State offense scored 27 unanswered points as the Bulldogs beat West Virginia State College, 27-7, yesterday in Institute, W.Va. In the season opener for both teams, Cranke had 109 yards on 21 carries and Jordan added 102 yards on 14 carries to pace a running attack that amassed 330 yards. Both players also scored once, with Cranke's 2-yard run late in the first quarter starting a 27-point run for Bowie State.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 24, 2000
Brent Sandrock's 28-yard field goal with eight seconds left lifted Western Maryland to a 35-32 victory over Ursinus yesterday in a Centennial Conference game in Collegeville, Pa. Boo Harris led Western Maryland (3-1, 2-0), completing 17 of 36 passes for 304 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for 76 more. Teron Powell caught six passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns. Ursinus (2-1, 1-1) took an early 17-0 lead, beginning with Shearrod Duncan's 86-yard kickoff return for a touchdown on the opening play.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 29, 1996
Host Bowie State rolled to a 44-point lead at halftime and held West Virginia State to 26 percent shooting on the way to 92-40 victory in last night's championship game of the Best Western Classic.Tarsha Wilson's 13 points led four Bowie State players in double figures. Brandey Lemons added 11 points for the Bulldogs (7-1), who shot nearly 61 percent in the first half to break open the game.Vera Carrington paced West Virginia State (1-6) with 12 points and six rebounds.Kent 88, Coppin State 29: Jenny Kempf's 14 points led Kent (3-5)
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