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By From Staff Reports | January 4, 1994
Senior forward Lou Sabad scored 22 points to pace host Johns Hopkins (6-3, 3-1) to a 76-59 victory over Case Western Reserve (1-8, 0-6) in a University Athletic Association game last night.Johns Hopkins led 36-25 at halftime and was never threatened in the second half.Senior center Frank Grzywacz had 16 points and eight rebounds, and senior guard Luke Busby added 13points. Senior forward Matt Jennings pulled down 10 rebounds.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2011
The senior attackman led the No. 2 Crusaders (3-1) to three wins last week, contributing seven goals and six assists. He opened the week on March 15 with a two-goal, one-assist effort in a 15-1 win over Norfolk (Va.) Academy; added two goals and four assists in a 11-4 win over Ohio's Western Reserve on Thursday; and provided three goals and an assist as the Crusaders beat Avon Old Farms from Connecticut, 14-5, on Saturday. A four-year letterman who runs the offense, Michel came into the season with 77 goals and 22 assists following a 29-goal, 15-assist junior season.
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By From Staff Reports | January 31, 1995
Steve Marvin hit two free throws with 37 seconds left, breaking a 64-64 tie and lifting Bowie State to a 68-64 victory over visiting St. Paul's College in a Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association game last night.Marquis Melton and David Burgin each scored 14 points for Bowie State.* Frostburg State 92, Villa Julie 58: Scott Newman scored 18 points and had seven rebounds, leading Frostburg (13-5) past visiting Villa Julie (1-13) in a nonconference game.* Case Western Reserve 60, Johns Hopkins 55: Matt Mittiga scored 17 points and Rob Novosel added 11, leading host Case Western Reserve (8-10, 4-4)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 8, 1999
For the second year in a row at the National Prep Tennis Team Championship, DeMatha goes into its final match with a spotless record."Yeah, and look what good it did us last year," said coach George Thayer on the eve of his team's showdown with equally unbeaten McDonogh (4-0) this morning at 9."We were 4-0 and Dwight School of New York was 3-1, but it beat us for the title. I have to tell you, though, it was the best schoolboy match I've ever been in. Quite a few people watched and they really got into it," said Thayer.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2011
The senior attackman led the No. 2 Crusaders (3-1) to three wins last week, contributing seven goals and six assists. He opened the week on March 15 with a two-goal, one-assist effort in a 15-1 win over Norfolk (Va.) Academy; added two goals and four assists in a 11-4 win over Ohio's Western Reserve on Thursday; and provided three goals and an assist as the Crusaders beat Avon Old Farms from Connecticut, 14-5, on Saturday. A four-year letterman who runs the offense, Michel came into the season with 77 goals and 22 assists following a 29-goal, 15-assist junior season.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 8, 1999
For the second year in a row at the National Prep Tennis Team Championship, DeMatha goes into its final match with a spotless record."Yeah, and look what good it did us last year," said coach George Thayer on the eve of his team's showdown with equally unbeaten McDonogh (4-0) this morning at 9."We were 4-0 and Dwight School of New York was 3-1, but it beat us for the title. I have to tell you, though, it was the best schoolboy match I've ever been in. Quite a few people watched and they really got into it," said Thayer.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | December 29, 1992
On most teams, the only time they leave the bench is to stan during the national anthem. At top-ranked Western, however, reserves are helping the Doves take a run at national prominence.In each of Western's seven blowout wins this season, coach Breezy Bishop has cleared the bench, usually by midway through the third quarter.And as they proved again in yesterday's 76-22 win over #i Broadneck in the opening round of the Noel Classic at Archbishop Spalding, Western's benchwarmers are hottest when on the court.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun reporter | November 27, 2007
Mario J. Boiardi, a retired Eastern Shore businessman and son of the Italian-born chef who created the "Chef Boyardee" line of canned foods, died of cancer Saturday at his Queenstown home. He was 81. Mr. Boiardi - whose last name is pronounced "Boyardee" - was born in Cleveland and raised in Milton, Pa. His father, Hector J. Boiardi, an Italian immigrant who had been head chef of the Plaza and Ritz-Carlton hotels in New York City, and his mother, Helen, moved to Cleveland in 1917, where they opened a restaurant.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 12, 1997
The pressure was on the Greenhill tennis team from the outset. "We have to win this tournament so we can get the school to send us back next year to defend our title," said coach Pierre Craig.Third-place finishers at the first National Prep Championships last year, the players from Dallas got the message and claimed the top prize by defeating New York's Dwight School, 4-2, at McDonogh yesterday, finishing the three-day round-robin unbeaten (6-0).A defeat could have sent the competition into a three-way tie, McDonogh joining Greenhill and Dwight with 5-1 records.
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August 28, 2001
Baseball Giants: Recalled P Ryan Jensen from Triple-A Fresno. Optioned P Chad Zerbeto to Fresno. Mariners: Purchased contract of C Pat Borders from Triple-A Durham. Basketball Hornets: Signed C Lorenzo Coleman. College Cincinnati: Announced that G Keesha Allen will transfer to Case Western Reserve. Pennsylvania: Named Matt Hogan lacrosse coach. Towson: Named Dan Flynn director of marketing and promotion. Hockey Flyers: Signed D Kim Johnsson to a three-year contract. Thrashers: Signed C Simon Gamache.
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By From Staff Reports | January 31, 1995
Steve Marvin hit two free throws with 37 seconds left, breaking a 64-64 tie and lifting Bowie State to a 68-64 victory over visiting St. Paul's College in a Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association game last night.Marquis Melton and David Burgin each scored 14 points for Bowie State.* Frostburg State 92, Villa Julie 58: Scott Newman scored 18 points and had seven rebounds, leading Frostburg (13-5) past visiting Villa Julie (1-13) in a nonconference game.* Case Western Reserve 60, Johns Hopkins 55: Matt Mittiga scored 17 points and Rob Novosel added 11, leading host Case Western Reserve (8-10, 4-4)
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By From Staff Reports | January 4, 1994
Senior forward Lou Sabad scored 22 points to pace host Johns Hopkins (6-3, 3-1) to a 76-59 victory over Case Western Reserve (1-8, 0-6) in a University Athletic Association game last night.Johns Hopkins led 36-25 at halftime and was never threatened in the second half.Senior center Frank Grzywacz had 16 points and eight rebounds, and senior guard Luke Busby added 13points. Senior forward Matt Jennings pulled down 10 rebounds.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | December 29, 1992
On most teams, the only time they leave the bench is to stan during the national anthem. At top-ranked Western, however, reserves are helping the Doves take a run at national prominence.In each of Western's seven blowout wins this season, coach Breezy Bishop has cleared the bench, usually by midway through the third quarter.And as they proved again in yesterday's 76-22 win over #i Broadneck in the opening round of the Noel Classic at Archbishop Spalding, Western's benchwarmers are hottest when on the court.
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November 13, 2007
DR. DOROTHY MELVILLE SINCLAIR, a native of Baltimore, former reference librarian at Enoch Pratt Free Library and retired professor of library science at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, died there on September 28, 2007. Daughter of James Melville and Ena (nee Gambrill) Sinclair both life-long residents of Baltimore. Dorothy was interred in the family plot at Loudon Park Cemetery on Monday, November 12, 2007.
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By From Staff reports | January 4, 1994
MIAMI -- Senior guard Missy Quille (Annapolis) recorded the first triple-double in school history with game highs in points (22), rebounds State women(10) and assists (10) as UMBC (3-4) defeated Columbia (1-7), 82-56, yesterday in the second round of the Sun and Fun Invitational.J. Hopkins 63, C. Western 50Junior guard Amy Dodrill's 21 points helped Johns Hopkins (5-4, 2-2) break a three-game losing streak by defeating visiting Case Western Reserve (1-8, 0-6) in a University Athletic Association game.
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