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By From Baltimore Sun staff reports | January 27, 2010
The No. 5 Arundel boys basketball team is athletic and versatile, quick and strong, and can beat opponents a number of ways. Ask Arundel coach Jeff Starr what the team's biggest strength is, however, and he doesn't hesitate: balance. By design, the Wildcats have spread the wealth on offense, and it has paid dividends with a 13-1 record that includes an 8-0 Anne Arundel mark heading into Tuesday's game against county foe Chesapeake. Four players - R.J. Harris (13.8 points per game)
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September 1, 1991
WilliamsportWildcatsCoach: Ray Montini, sixth yearAssistant coaches: John Bailey,Randy Longnecker, Rick Carbaugh, Henry Smith, Tom DzurLast year's record: 3-7 overall, 2-7 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic LeagueTop returnees: Seniors, tight end Frank King, guard/linebacker Mike Sease, running back/cornerback Danny ReaseTop newcomers: Senior, quarterback Craig Hammond; juniors, fullback Brad Weaver, fullback Dante HawkinsCoach's comments: "We have very little...
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | December 30, 1994
For the host Wildcats, yesterday's Arundel Holiday Wrestling Tournament was more than a chance to face some stiff competition during the winter break.It was a matter of pride.In a tournament that they have rarely lost, the 13th-ranked Wildcats edged No. 10 Chesapeake, 197 1/2 -177, for the team championship.Loyola was third with 155 points, Centennial fourth (141) and North County fifth (136).It marked the third straight year and 13th in the past 14 that Arundel has captured the title -- a fact that stands as a source of pride for Wildcats wrestlers.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | October 2, 2008
Talk about sharing the wealth: Arundel senior quarterback Billy Cosh has done just that with an arsenal of receivers that has the Class 4A state runner-up Wildcats off to a 3-1 start. In Alec Lemon, Ronnie Harris, Sean Fitzgerald and Scott Green, the team has four players with 12 or more catches, with Cosh completing 73 of 116 attempts for 1,021 yards and 14 touchdowns. "It's a huge luxury in that we don't have to throw to any one person," Arundel coach Chuck Markiewicz said. "We have four players across the board, and that enables us to exploit mismatches.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | September 28, 1990
Greg Helms maintained, heading into yesterday's matchup with Severna Park, that his Arundel girls soccer team had everything to gain and nothing to lose in battling the Falcons."
SPORTS
By ROCH KUBATKO | July 3, 2008
The University of Kentucky Basketball Museum in Lexington has closed its doors, according to local media reports. And all I can wonder is, how does this happen? There suddenly isn't enough interest in the Wildcats? I find that hard to believe, considering how fans are known to color their faces and chests blue - with tattoo ink. These people live and breathe the sport. The first words spoken by most infants are "Adolph Rupp." Parents are more likely to remember Kyle Macy's career stats than their anniversaries.
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By Pat O'Malley | March 30, 1992
It's early but the first "big" high school baseball game is set for 3:45 p.m. today at Arundel High, where the Wildcats are host to the Northeast Eagles. Northeast was ranked No. 2 by The Baltimore Sun in apreseason poll, while Arundel was No. 4.Both are defending statechampions in their respective classes, Northeast in 2A and Arundel in 4A. Each opened the season last week with a victory in wintry weather that had the fans thinking November instead of spring.On Monday, Arundel opened in Harwood by thumping Southern, 11-1, behind the batting and pitching of Brian Rolocutt.
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By Ken Colston | April 2, 1993
Bellevue, Ky. -- NOW that the University of Kentucky basketball team is rehabilitated to national prominence, Kentuckians again have a reason to swell our tobacco-and-coal-perfumed chests. Other teams have fans. The Wildcats have true believers. I have never fully comprehended the quasi-religious attachment to teams, which even raw capitalism has been unable to extinguish, but what I have seen in UK believers passes all understanding.I can remember, for example, my father's heroic struggles for radio and television reception when I was a boy growing up in northern Kentucky in the 1960s.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | February 13, 1997
Northwestern was just in too big a hurry yesterday to get past No. 14 Western.The visiting Wildcats rushed everything, spotted the Doves a 14-point lead and trailed by 21 at the end of the first quarter. Western rode that early tide to a 74-37 victory.Going into yesterday's game, the Doves (16-3) and the Wildcats (13-3) were the only two teams unbeaten against city competition, but the game certainly did not live up to its potential."We were too anxious," said Wildcats senior Keisha Todd, who led all scorers with 18 points.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 22, 1996
Arundel coach Lee Rogers said applying constant pressure is the only way his team plays defense.The top-ranked Wildcats last night showed Old Mill the effectiveness of their defense, forcing 25 turnovers and limiting the host Patriots to nine baskets on the way to a 67-22 victory in the Anne Arundel County championship.Arundel (23-1) suffocated the Old Mill offense from the start. The Wildcats forced turnovers on five of the first eight Old Mill possessions and 17 in the first half alone.
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