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June 20, 2011
School is not quite out, but the Columbia Neighborhood Swim League season has begun. The first meet was held June 18 and while the outcome of meets was decided early, others went down to the wire. Phelps Luck, 316; Wilde Lake, 304 Medley Relay 15-18M: 1. WL (Lazris, Widstrom, Abernathy, Schneider), 1:58.25. 9-10M: 1. WL (Qiu, Bryan, Lowe, Pellegrini), 1:18.28. 11-12M: 1. WL (Peitsch, Lowe, Brown, Walsh), 2:27.30. 13-14M: 1. WL (Ling, Villanyi, McGillicuddy, Lowe)
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November 5, 2013
Cross country 3A East regional meet (At Centennial, Oct. 31) Boys team scores: 1. Mt. Hebron, 49; 2. Centennial, 58; 3. River Hill, 70; 4. Atholton, 94; 5. Reservoir, 107; 6. Wilde Lake, 121; 7. Glenelg, 177; 8. Long Reach, 250. Top boys: 1. David Eisenhauer, WL, 16:40; 2. Chris Heydrick, RH, 16:51; 3. Ben Weinstein, MH, 16:54; 4. Hutson Baumann, C, 16:56; 5. Alec Font, C, 17:06; 6. Owen Pochettino, Re, 17:12;...
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November 5, 2013
Cross country 3A East regional meet (At Centennial, Oct. 31) Boys team scores: 1. Mt. Hebron, 49; 2. Centennial, 58; 3. River Hill, 70; 4. Atholton, 94; 5. Reservoir, 107; 6. Wilde Lake, 121; 7. Glenelg, 177; 8. Long Reach, 250. Top boys: 1. David Eisenhauer, WL, 16:40; 2. Chris Heydrick, RH, 16:51; 3. Ben Weinstein, MH, 16:54; 4. Hutson Baumann, C, 16:56; 5. Alec Font, C, 17:06; 6. Owen Pochettino, Re, 17:12;...
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The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2013
Senior midfielder Luke Heinsohn scored off an assist from senior midfielder Jack Switala with nine seconds remaining in double overtime to lead the Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team to a 7-6 win over host Salisbury on Wednesday. The loss gives Salisbury (1-2) its first two-game losing streak since the 2009 season and dropped the Sea Gulls under .500 for the first time since 1989.  It was also their first home loss since a 16-12 setback to Stevenson on April 16, 2011.  The six goals were the fewest scored by the Sea Gulls since a 9-6 loss to Tufts in the 2010 national championship game.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2011
The gymnasium was rocking at Wilde Lake High on Tuesday night as the Wildecats wrestling team hosted county rival Glenelg, but the Gladiators lived up to their No. 3 ranking and won the match, 41-18. Glenelg (11-2) built the margin on major decisions by John Milani (135 pounds) and Jack Borkowski (145) and pins by Anthony Pagnotta (152), Charles Walls (160), Ryan Fitzgibbons (215) and Nick Caffrey (130). The score, however, didn't really tell the story for either side. Both sides expected more, and despite the loss, Wilde Lake coach Azmar Hagler and his players found much to be proud of. "I feel Glenelg is a very fundamental team, not a better team," said Hagler, whose Wildecats are 8-4. "They countered our attacks very well.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,katherine.dunn@baltsun.com | September 27, 2009
Neither Atholton nor Wilde Lake could manage much of a lead in Saturday's Howard County football showdown until the Raiders' Matt Robinson came up with the biggest play of a big-play game. Robinson recovered a Wildecats fumble and ran 39 yards for a touchdown with 1:22 left to all but seal a 34-30 victory and boost rookie coach Kyle Schmitt's Raiders to 4-0 - one more win than they had all last season. While Robinson, a 6-foot-4 wide receiver bound for Maryland, caught eight passes for 185 yards, quarterback Kalvin Seamonson had an even bigger day. The senior went 17-for-26 passing for 308 yards, threw for three touchdowns and ran for one. "We've only beaten Wilde Lake three times in the last 30 years, only once in the last 20, so it's a huge win for us," Seamonson said, "and it was their homecoming, so we just wanted to come out here and be able to score the win."
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April 26, 2012
Howard held off defending champion Centennial at the 35th annual Howard County Championship meet, April 22 at the Howard Community College pool. Because swimming is not a sport that is sanctioned by the county's high school athletic program, the event is sponsored by the Columbia Clippers club team. Each school had a captain that recruited his or her classmates to form a team. Although Howard County public school swimmers get only one chance a year to represent their high school in the pool, many local swimmers will be continuing in college next year.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | May 15, 2005
Top-ranked Salisbury University raced out to a 5-0 lead and cruised to a 15-4 victory against 13th-ranked Washington and Lee in an NCAA Division III tournament game Sunday afternoon. Senior midfielder Linda Ackerman paced the Sea Gulls (16-0) with three goals, and Kate Scott had two goals and two assists. Junior attacker Amanda Tack added two goals and one assist, and junior Ali Goetz recorded 10 saves in goal. Salisbury has won 27 of its past 28 games. Amanda Stickler paced W&L (15-4)
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By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 14, 2012
Pikesville Track Classic Results (Saturday at Pikesville) BOYS Team scores (top 5): 1. Reservoir, 68; 2. Wilde Lake, 61; 3. Mount Hebron, 51; 4. (tie) McDonogh, Old Mill, 42. 100-meter dash: 1. Wilson (WL), 11.04; 2. Wagner (OM), 11.06; 3. Lane (CAT), 11.07. 110 hurdles: 1. Woods (CEN), 14.63; 2. Haley (MH), 14.63; 3. Ricks (CAR), 15.50. 200: 1. Motta (RES), 22.16; 2. Akosa (WES), 22.51; 3. Randlett-Tydings (CAT), 22.60.
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March 17, 2005
On February 13, 2005, PAUL W.L. KRUGER, of Hanover, PA., formerly of Baltimore, MD, loving husband of the late Leola C. (Dietz) Kruger and father of Nancy L. Guare of Annapolis, MD and L. Susan Viel of Sykesville, MD and grandfather of five. Private graveside service will be held at the convenience of the family. Viewing will be from 2 to 2 to and 6 to 8 P.M. Wednesday, February 16, 2005 at the Kenworthy Funeral Home, Inc., 269 Frederick Street, Hanover, PA. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice Program of the VNA, 440 Madison Street, Hanover, PA 17331 or the Benevolent Fund at the Homewood at Plum Creek Nursing Center, 425 Westminster Avenue, H anover, PA. 17331.
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April 26, 2012
Howard held off defending champion Centennial at the 35th annual Howard County Championship meet, April 22 at the Howard Community College pool. Because swimming is not a sport that is sanctioned by the county's high school athletic program, the event is sponsored by the Columbia Clippers club team. Each school had a captain that recruited his or her classmates to form a team. Although Howard County public school swimmers get only one chance a year to represent their high school in the pool, many local swimmers will be continuing in college next year.
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By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 14, 2012
Pikesville Track Classic Results (Saturday at Pikesville) BOYS Team scores (top 5): 1. Reservoir, 68; 2. Wilde Lake, 61; 3. Mount Hebron, 51; 4. (tie) McDonogh, Old Mill, 42. 100-meter dash: 1. Wilson (WL), 11.04; 2. Wagner (OM), 11.06; 3. Lane (CAT), 11.07. 110 hurdles: 1. Woods (CEN), 14.63; 2. Haley (MH), 14.63; 3. Ricks (CAR), 15.50. 200: 1. Motta (RES), 22.16; 2. Akosa (WES), 22.51; 3. Randlett-Tydings (CAT), 22.60.
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June 20, 2011
School is not quite out, but the Columbia Neighborhood Swim League season has begun. The first meet was held June 18 and while the outcome of meets was decided early, others went down to the wire. Phelps Luck, 316; Wilde Lake, 304 Medley Relay 15-18M: 1. WL (Lazris, Widstrom, Abernathy, Schneider), 1:58.25. 9-10M: 1. WL (Qiu, Bryan, Lowe, Pellegrini), 1:18.28. 11-12M: 1. WL (Peitsch, Lowe, Brown, Walsh), 2:27.30. 13-14M: 1. WL (Ling, Villanyi, McGillicuddy, Lowe)
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2011
The gymnasium was rocking at Wilde Lake High on Tuesday night as the Wildecats wrestling team hosted county rival Glenelg, but the Gladiators lived up to their No. 3 ranking and won the match, 41-18. Glenelg (11-2) built the margin on major decisions by John Milani (135 pounds) and Jack Borkowski (145) and pins by Anthony Pagnotta (152), Charles Walls (160), Ryan Fitzgibbons (215) and Nick Caffrey (130). The score, however, didn't really tell the story for either side. Both sides expected more, and despite the loss, Wilde Lake coach Azmar Hagler and his players found much to be proud of. "I feel Glenelg is a very fundamental team, not a better team," said Hagler, whose Wildecats are 8-4. "They countered our attacks very well.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,katherine.dunn@baltsun.com | September 27, 2009
Neither Atholton nor Wilde Lake could manage much of a lead in Saturday's Howard County football showdown until the Raiders' Matt Robinson came up with the biggest play of a big-play game. Robinson recovered a Wildecats fumble and ran 39 yards for a touchdown with 1:22 left to all but seal a 34-30 victory and boost rookie coach Kyle Schmitt's Raiders to 4-0 - one more win than they had all last season. While Robinson, a 6-foot-4 wide receiver bound for Maryland, caught eight passes for 185 yards, quarterback Kalvin Seamonson had an even bigger day. The senior went 17-for-26 passing for 308 yards, threw for three touchdowns and ran for one. "We've only beaten Wilde Lake three times in the last 30 years, only once in the last 20, so it's a huge win for us," Seamonson said, "and it was their homecoming, so we just wanted to come out here and be able to score the win."
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | May 15, 2005
Top-ranked Salisbury University raced out to a 5-0 lead and cruised to a 15-4 victory against 13th-ranked Washington and Lee in an NCAA Division III tournament game Sunday afternoon. Senior midfielder Linda Ackerman paced the Sea Gulls (16-0) with three goals, and Kate Scott had two goals and two assists. Junior attacker Amanda Tack added two goals and one assist, and junior Ali Goetz recorded 10 saves in goal. Salisbury has won 27 of its past 28 games. Amanda Stickler paced W&L (15-4)
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | March 23, 1992
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Orioles manager John Oates is eager to take advantage of every inning this spring, but he was quick to agree when the umpiring crew chose to call yesterday's exhibition game to a premature conclusion because of unplayable conditions.The Texas Rangers were leading, 5-0, when a steady rain turned Al Lang Stadium into a quagmire, but Oates said he would rather accept a Grapefruit League loss than risk losing a player on the slick grass or the muddy base paths."You hate to lose the battle," Oates said, "but it's better to come back to fight again tomorrow.
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March 17, 2005
On February 13, 2005, PAUL W.L. KRUGER, of Hanover, PA., formerly of Baltimore, MD, loving husband of the late Leola C. (Dietz) Kruger and father of Nancy L. Guare of Annapolis, MD and L. Susan Viel of Sykesville, MD and grandfather of five. Private graveside service will be held at the convenience of the family. Viewing will be from 2 to 2 to and 6 to 8 P.M. Wednesday, February 16, 2005 at the Kenworthy Funeral Home, Inc., 269 Frederick Street, Hanover, PA. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice Program of the VNA, 440 Madison Street, Hanover, PA 17331 or the Benevolent Fund at the Homewood at Plum Creek Nursing Center, 425 Westminster Avenue, H anover, PA. 17331.
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