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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | August 16, 2002
COLLEGE PARK - During the season, Maryland left guard Todd Wike is as sturdy as they come, having started 32 of the Terps' past 33 games. Try as he might, however, the senior hasn't had much luck with uninterrupted preseason camps, mostly because of dehydration that leads to cramping. He missed three practices earlier this week. "So far, I've only had two IVs," he said, considering the figure a small one relative to his first four years here. "Last year, I had one almost every day during the first two weeks of practice."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 6, 2005
FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Amanda Pape scored 24 points to lead second-seeded Sacred Heart past seventh-seeded Mount St. Mary's, 76-56, yesterday in the quarterfinals of the Northeast Conference women's tournament. Pape, an All-NEC first-team selection, had 16 points in the first half by hitting mid-range jumpers and scoring in the paint. The sophomore helped the Pioneers (18-10) advance to the semifinals for the second straight season. Sophomore Dita Krumberga paced the Mount (9-19) with 19 points.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 27, 2001
In a game likely to decide the top seed in the Maryland Association of Christian Schools tournament, host Carroll Christian got 15 points and a game-high 23 rebounds from center Becky Wike, who scored the final 10 points in a 57-46 win over Harford Christian last night in Westminster. The Patriots led by as many as 13 in the first half before the Eagles, paced by Rose Beale's 29 points, stormed back in the fourth quarter to cut the lead to one with 1:30 left. In the final 1:06, however, Ashley Pickett (16 points)
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | November 1, 2002
COLLEGE PARK - Heading into its game at North Carolina tomorrow, Maryland began its week with an offensive line on the verge of collapse. The center was trying to recover from a neck stinger suffered two weeks ago. His backup, the all-league left guard, had hyperextended his left big toe Saturday in the Duke game, which also claimed the right tackle, who sustained a second-degree sprain of the left knee. What's new? With barely a half-dozen game-ready players from last year, Maryland's staff has been trying since spring to create depth on the team's front line.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | August 29, 2002
COLLEGE PARK - A chance to help the Terps get to the big game is what attracted Todd Wike to Maryland. Yet, when he got to the big game earlier this year in the Orange Bowl, he was sitting on the sideline. Now a senior, he earned first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors at left guard on a Maryland team that finished 10-2 last year. "It was so fulfilling to accomplish the thing that I came here for," Wike said. But in a practice days before the bowl, then-center Melvin Fowler accidentally stepped on Wike's right foot, breaking it, and leaving the Lebanon, Pa., native with regrets about what he had missed.
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By Christian Ewel and Christian Ewel,SUN STAFF | January 1, 2002
MIAMI - Rain is usually gloomy news for South Florida visitors, but it provided a ray of hope for Maryland's chances against Florida in tomorrow's Orange Bowl. The 10-1 Terrapins completed their final practice yesterday at Barry University under overcast skies and on a soggy field. Today, the team will conduct a walk-through at Pro Player Stadium. A wet field could trim the disadvantage for Maryland, a 16-point underdog against a fast Florida team. "You might see me out there watering it," said Maryland head coach Ralph Friedgen, who announced yesterday that left guard Todd Wike may play but won't start.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | December 31, 2001
MIAMI - In keeping with his policy of not using players who don't practice, Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen said it was unlikely left guard Todd Wike would play in the Orange Bowl against Florida on Wednesday night. Wike, a fourth-year junior and first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection from Lebanon, Pa., didn't practice for the fourth consecutive day, sitting out with a swollen right ankle that was stepped on in consecutive practices last week. Yesterday, he walked into practice with a brace on the ankle.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | January 2, 2002
MIAMI -- For the first time in his college career, Maryland linebacker E.J. Henderson will perform in front of a national television network audience in tonight's Orange Bowl against Florida, giving viewers of every stripe an opportunity to see his talents. "If I get a chance to shine, it shows that I can play, that it's not like I came from out of nowhere," said Henderson, an Aberdeen High alum who made 150 tackles this season -- including a school-record 25 behind the line of scrimmage -- to earn Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year and consensus All-America honors.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 30, 2000
Before the current basketball season unfolded, several questions swirled around the Carroll Christian girls team. Who would replace all-county center Julie Wike, a 500-point scorer and 300-rebound collector last season who graduated? How successful would the Patriots be in making the transition from a double post-oriented game to a five-guard set? Could Carroll Christian repeat as the Potomac Christian Athletic Conference champion? Time -- and results -- will answer the final inquiry, but the Patriots, in compiling a 4-1 conference record and 5-3 overall mark, have found answers to the first two. Many players acknowledge not foreseeing such success, but second-year coach Matthew Reisberg says he is not surprised by his squad's performance.
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By Rick Belz and By Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 4, 2001
The roots of Becky Wike's work ethic run deep. As a member of a Carroll County farming family, the area's leading scorer and rebounder understands the expectations of being a member of such a family. Work. Work hard. Then work harder. That helps explain why she is the first to arrive and the last to leave at Carroll Christian's girls basketball practices. "I have to tell her to go home sometimes after practice," said Patriots coach Matt Reisberg. "She's very talented, but her work ethic makes her what she is. She's never satisfied.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 16, 2002
COLLEGE PARK -- The likely absence of senior right tackle Matt Crawford tomorrow night will force the Maryland Terrapins to take on Georgia Tech with a new-look offensive line. As Crawford recovers from an illness he contracted last weekend, the Terps are planning to face the Yellow Jackets with a line featuring one new face and three other players shifting positions. For the past four practices, left tackle Eric Dumas has worked in Crawford's spot, left guard C.J. Brooks has slid to left tackle and center Todd Wike has moved to left guard and been replaced by backup Kyle Schmitt.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | August 29, 2002
COLLEGE PARK - A chance to help the Terps get to the big game is what attracted Todd Wike to Maryland. Yet, when he got to the big game earlier this year in the Orange Bowl, he was sitting on the sideline. Now a senior, he earned first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors at left guard on a Maryland team that finished 10-2 last year. "It was so fulfilling to accomplish the thing that I came here for," Wike said. But in a practice days before the bowl, then-center Melvin Fowler accidentally stepped on Wike's right foot, breaking it, and leaving the Lebanon, Pa., native with regrets about what he had missed.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | August 28, 2002
COLLEGE PARK -- Offensive line play has been one of the strengths of the Maryland football team in recent years, but the Terrapins will be challenged in the trenches as they approach their season opener against Notre Dame on Saturday in the Kickoff Classic in East Rutherford, N.J. Plans that seemed relatively static from spring practice -- Kyle Schmitt as center, Todd Wike and Lamar Bryant as guards and C.J. Brooks and Matt Crawford as tackle -- have...
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | August 16, 2002
COLLEGE PARK - During the season, Maryland left guard Todd Wike is as sturdy as they come, having started 32 of the Terps' past 33 games. Try as he might, however, the senior hasn't had much luck with uninterrupted preseason camps, mostly because of dehydration that leads to cramping. He missed three practices earlier this week. "So far, I've only had two IVs," he said, considering the figure a small one relative to his first four years here. "Last year, I had one almost every day during the first two weeks of practice."
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | January 2, 2002
MIAMI -- For the first time in his college career, Maryland linebacker E.J. Henderson will perform in front of a national television network audience in tonight's Orange Bowl against Florida, giving viewers of every stripe an opportunity to see his talents. "If I get a chance to shine, it shows that I can play, that it's not like I came from out of nowhere," said Henderson, an Aberdeen High alum who made 150 tackles this season -- including a school-record 25 behind the line of scrimmage -- to earn Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year and consensus All-America honors.
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By Christian Ewel and Christian Ewel,SUN STAFF | January 1, 2002
MIAMI - Rain is usually gloomy news for South Florida visitors, but it provided a ray of hope for Maryland's chances against Florida in tomorrow's Orange Bowl. The 10-1 Terrapins completed their final practice yesterday at Barry University under overcast skies and on a soggy field. Today, the team will conduct a walk-through at Pro Player Stadium. A wet field could trim the disadvantage for Maryland, a 16-point underdog against a fast Florida team. "You might see me out there watering it," said Maryland head coach Ralph Friedgen, who announced yesterday that left guard Todd Wike may play but won't start.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2001
Led by Becky Wike, the area's leading scorer and rebounder, the Carroll Christian girls basketball team (9-4 overall, 5-0 league) puts its unblemished league record on the line in Westminster at 6:30 tomorrow night against the Harford Christian Eagles, the defending Potomac Christian Athletic Conference champions. The Patriots finished second in the PCAC last season. Wike, a 5-foot-11 All-Carroll County senior center who transferred from North Carroll, averages 24.7 points and 18.5 rebounds.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | February 20, 2000
As long as North Carroll doesn't schedule a morning game, the Panthers should do all right in the Class 3A North regional girls basketball tournament next week. Powered by the big three of senior guard Heather Easter, senior forward Candice Jeffrey, and junior forward Becky Wike, No. 19 North Carroll shook off the effects of an 11 a.m. start and nipped host Liberty, 56-51, in Eldersburg yesterday. Jeffrey scored a team-high 16 points, and Wike and Easter chipped in 14 and 13, respectively, to propel the Panthers (18-4, 11-3 in the Central Maryland Conference)
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | December 31, 2001
MIAMI - In keeping with his policy of not using players who don't practice, Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen said it was unlikely left guard Todd Wike would play in the Orange Bowl against Florida on Wednesday night. Wike, a fourth-year junior and first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection from Lebanon, Pa., didn't practice for the fourth consecutive day, sitting out with a swollen right ankle that was stepped on in consecutive practices last week. Yesterday, he walked into practice with a brace on the ankle.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | December 28, 2001
MIAMI - Good health has been one of Maryland's strengths this season, but the No. 6 Terrapins (10-1) are starting to get nicked up, which concerns coach Ralph Friedgen as his team prepares to play No. 5 Florida in next week's Orange Bowl. Tailback Bruce Perry, who led the Atlantic Coast Conference in rushing with 1,242 yards, aggravated an abdominal pull in practice yesterday. Friedgen said the injury first occurred during last week's practices. It was fine in the team's first practice in Florida before Perry apparently tweaked it yesterday.
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