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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | May 30, 1993
FREDERICK -- As often happens in long-awaited matchups, an unlikely hero emerges.Arundel's Mike Fairbanks was that hero last night at McCurdy Field as Arundel (21-1) won a record sixth state championship in baseball.The Wildcats, ranked No. 1 in the Baltimore area, rolled to the Class 4A title with an 11-2 victory over Gaithersburg (17-3), ranked No. 1 in the Washington area.The Wildcats got a well-pitched game from junior right-hander Brandon Agamennone, but Fairbanks took the hitter's spotlight.
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December 16, 2009
Remember that gifted Kansas State team with Michael Beasley two seasons ago? Remember the one that was relegated to the NIT last season? This season, Kansas State is figuring out how it will be remembered. The Wildcats have taken some impressively long strides recently. Kansas State was picked in preseason polls to finish around the middle of a talented Big 12. A narrow loss to Mississippi and a victory against Dayton in Puerto Rico had some thinking the Wildcats would be just fine.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,katherine.dunn@baltsun.com | December 9, 2008
The St. Frances girls basketball players moved so fast at times last night that coach Jerome Shelton had to tell them to slow down. The No. 1 Panthers used a swarming man-to-man defense and a quick transition game to get the better of a taller No. 2 Arundel, taking a 56-45 victory for their fourth straight win over the host Wildcats. All-Metro guard Shatyra Hawkes scored five of her 11 points and had two assists in an 8-3 run to close out the third quarter with a 45-36 Panthers lead. The Wildcats (1-1)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 18, 1996
The air was festive around Arundel High yesterday as the 1996 state Class 4A girls basketball championship banner was unveiled at halftime during the Wildcats' 46-35 victory over Annapolis.But the fourth-ranked Wildcats found out again yesterday they have a long way to go before thinking about a second straight state championship.Each game has been an adventure for Arundel (2-2) in the early-going this year, and nothing changed yesterday against seventh-ranked Annapolis, which helped the Wildcats' with 30 turnovers and frigid shooting.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 5, 1998
Arundel coach Lee Rogers said a 90-minute bus ride caused him team to sleepwalk through much of the first quarter at Westminster. But when the Wildcats awoke, the game turned into a nightmare for the host Owls.Sherice Proctor nearly outscored the entire Westminster team, finishing with 32 points, and No. 4-ranked Arundel forced 33 turnovers with its pressure and traps en route to a 74-34 victory over the Owls in a Class 4A East Region semifinal last night.Arundel (22-3), which plays Meade tomorrow night in the region final, struggled through much of the first quarter.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2009
In the first half of Thursday night's game against visiting Broadneck, third-ranked Arundel's high-flying offense struggled with penalties and an interception inside the red zone that killed a 10-play drive. The Wildcats' defense, however, was dominant all night, finishing with five takeaways, and set the tone for a 28-6 victory. The Wildcats improved to 3-0 in Anne Arundel County and appear to have all the pieces to make a deep playoff run. "We need to stop the penalties," Arundel coach Chuck Markiewicz said.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun Reporter | September 9, 2006
The 100 minutes of soccer that were played last night at Arundel, where the No. 11 Wildcats got a stern test from No. 6 Mount Hebron, were filled with creative work on offense and plenty of goals. But no winner. Arundel senior David Cross took a short feed across from sophomore George Tailey and buried a shot from 16 yards in the 52nd minute. It turned out to be the last of four goals as the two teams settled on a 2-2 tie in the final night of the Arundel Tournament. "The effort was great on both sides," said Arundel coach Nick Jauschnegg, whose Wildcats improved to 1-0-1.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN REPORTER | April 8, 2006
A rare, two-strike suicide-squeeze bunt by Ricky Sillaman with one out in the bottom of the seventh capped a two-run rally as host and No. 2 Arundel squeaked by No. 4 Severna Park, 2-1, in an Anne Arundel County baseball game yesterday. "It was a heck of a play with two strikes, a gutsy call, and the kid executed perfectly," said coach Jim McCandless, whose Falcons had won five in a row over the Wildcats dating to 2003. Severna Park pitcher Sammy Sheckells said he "wasn't expecting that [squeeze]
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