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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 Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1998
At halftime, Arundel guard Megan Rollins never would have imagined needing a key jumper in the fourth quarter or some free throws down the stretch to put out the Annapolis fire.The fact was, the No. 7-ranked Wildcats had built themselves a cozy 27-point lead in the first half against the No. 9 Panthers in Gambrills last night.But there was Rollins, along the left baseline with the lead dramatically cut to four points with four minutes left, finding nothing but net. Clutch foul shooting from her and fellow guard Sherice Proctor followed as the Wildcats survived, 71-60.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | February 13, 1996
It has been a long and torturous season away from home for Bethune-Cookman, but the Wildcats ended an 11-game road losing streak last night, beating Morgan State, 78-70, in TC Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game at Hill Field House."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 30, 1998
SAN ANTONIO -- They disposed of the defending champion, then exposed the nation's top-ranked team. Courtesy of Utah, the final of the NCAA basketball tournament will be the first without a No. 1 seed since 1991, but there's a Goliath like no other in the path of this season's David."
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 31, 1996
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The cynics said Kentucky would melt under the white-hot glow of a pressure game, that the Wildcats would pay a heavy price for being too good for their opposition.Last night, under the hottest of lights, Kentucky proved it was good enough to win the close ones, too.In the hottest of ovens -- the one inspired by Marcus Camby -- the Wildcats stood up to the pressure and outlasted Massachusetts, 81-74, in the national semifinals before 19,229 at the Meadowlands.The Wildcats (33-2)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1996
Act one of what Arundel girls coach Lee Rogers hopes will be another trip to the Class 4A state final opened last night in Gambrills.Senior center Chavonne Hammond cracked the 1,000-career point mark as top-ranked Arundel rolled to an 84-50 triumph over No. 9 Severna Park in the 4A East Region first round. The Wildcats travel to Calvert of Calvert County for a 7 p.m. quarterfinal tomorrow."We were focused on getting there [the final] last year, but this year we are focused on winning the state championship," said Rogers, whose Wildcats (22-2)
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By Jason LaCanfora and Jason LaCanfora,SUN STAFF | November 3, 1996
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Northwestern quarterback Steve Schnur squatted helplessly at his own 35-yard line, attending to an injured offensive lineman while a pack of Penn State players charged toward the end zone with the ball Schnur had fumbled after being blindsided.The snow was falling harder than it had all day. The noise created by 96,000-plus fans at Beaver Stadium was at its peak. The menacing sound of a roaring lion blared from the public-address speakers.It was that kind of day for the Wildcats.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN REPORTER | May 13, 2006
Battling a badly sprained knee, left-handed hitting Corey Overholtzer slapped a two-run single into left field in a four-run fifth inning that carried No. 2 Arundel to a 4-0 victory over No. 7 Chesapeake in the Anne Arundel County baseball championship game at Joe Cannon Stadium last night. Overholtzer, who has been playing for over a week by taking pain pills to ease the pain in his left knee, also made two nice catches in right field. "It's not a torn meniscus as the doctor first thought, but a severe sprain that feels absolutely awful," said Overholtzer, who missed the postseason last year with a groin injury.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 28, 1995
Tuesday's boys soccer poll in The Baltimore Sun proved to be a dose of incentive for Arundel last night."Our kids were talking about the poll with North County No. 12 and we weren't ranked, and I told them, it matters most where we are at the end of the year, " said Arundel coach Nick Jauschnegg after the Wildcats edged the visiting Knights, 2-1.Arundel (4-1) came out fired up against North County (3-1-1).Senior halfback Pat Fridley gave the Wildcats a 1-0 lead just under five minutes into the game.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | March 28, 1993
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Southeast Regional is clearl sending its best team to the Final Four.Top-seeded Kentucky was simply too deep, too versatile and on too much of a roll for Florida State yesterday at the Charlotte Coliseum, capturing the regional title with a 106-81 victory that left no doubt about superiority.It was the 10th consecutive victory for the Wildcats, who have beaten their past six opponents by an average of nearly 31points.Florida State (25-10) stayed close for a half, minimizing the effect of the Wildcats' press with length-of-the-court passes that led to some easy scores, but lacked the depth to sustain the challenge, particularly when Doug Edwards encountered first-half foul trouble.
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