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by TIM KOELBLE | February 3, 2003
koelble@herald-mail.com St. Maria Goretti has had plenty of basketball action in the past eight days, and the No. 6 Gaels made sure it was a productive sequence on the schedule. The Gaels forged back over .500 Sunday afternoon in the Gael Center with a 47-40 boys basketball victory over Towson Catholic, their fourth in succession dating back to last Sunday's win over Calvert Hall. Goretti now stands 14-13 - its first time over .500 since Dec. 20, when it was 5-4 -having won seven of its last 10 outings.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | January 24, 2003
kauffman@herald-mail.com History could be made at both St. Maria Goretti's Gael Center and Smithsburg's gymnasium tonight. In town, Gaels coach Cokey Robertson goes after victory No. 700 tonight in a Baltimore Catholic League matchup against Archbishop Spalding. Fifteen minutes east, Leopards senior Katy Powell will attempt to become Smithsburg's all-time leading girls' scorer, needing 13 points to break Julie Salmon-Houfe's record of 1,474. Robertson's 700th victory won't come easy.
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by TIM KOELBLE | January 17, 2003
koelble@herald-mail.com St. Frances Academy of Baltimore put together an awesome six minutes on both ends of the floor at the start of the third quarter Thursday night, and it was enough to wreak havoc on a gallant upset bid by St. Maria Goretti. The Panthers rallied in strong fashion to post a 58-52 Baltimore Catholic League boys victory over the Gaels, who took a 27-24 lead at halftime only to get run over by a 20-8 onslaught by St. Frances in the third quarter. Derrick Davis and Steve Costello scored eight points apiece in a first half in which the Gaels (8-11, 1-5)
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December 16, 2002
BOYS BASKETBALL BALTIMORE - Gus Durr hit a baseline jumper with 2 seconds left in the first half to give Archbishop Spalding a lead it never relinquished in a 50-34 win over St. Maria Goretti in the Baltimore Catholic League on Sunday. Spalding took a 25-24 lead on Durr's shot and held the Gaels (3-3, 0-1) to just 10 points in the second half. "The offense just went to bed," Goretti coach Cokey Robertson said. "We were in the game yet with 3 minutes to play, but we just never could generate any offense in the second half.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | December 2, 2002
kauffman@herald-mail.com Derrick Davis wasted no time getting a solid grip on the reins of the Gaels. Davis, a 6-foot senior guard and the key player returning from St. Maria Goretti's 2001-02 squad that went 24-11 and reached the Baltimore Catholic League tournament championship game, had 15 points, nine assists, five rebounds and three steals - team highs in all four categories - as the Gaels defeated Nazareth (Brooklyn, N.Y.)...
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By DAN SPEARS | February 26, 2002
- Poor shooting does in the Gaels in the Baltimore Catholic League tournament final. BALTIMORE - Monday night in the Baltimore Catholic League championship game, the St. Maria Goretti boys basketball team got into a staring contest - with itself. Its defense never blinked against Archbishop Spalding, but the offense flinched big time in the form of turnovers and missed jumpers. In the end, the Gaels lost the internal tug-of-war and the game, as the Cavaliers added a tournament championship to their regular-season title with a 45-36 victory at Goucher College.
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January 22, 2002
Goretti delivers loss to St. Frances By BOB PARASILITI bobp@herald-mail.com St. Maria Goretti treated St. Frances into some hometown subscription basketball on Monday. The Gaels went down on the Panthers' doorstep and delivered the post. Goretti made headlines with some old-style, patterned basketball by assisting on 22 of 28 baskets in an convincing 67-51 Baltimore Catholic League victory in a Martin Luther King Day afternoon matinee at the Gael Center.
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February 19, 2001
Goretti wins for share of BCL title By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent Senior Rodney Gibson added to his long list of accomplishments for the No. 6 St. Maria Goretti boys basketball team on Sunday in his final regular-season home game at the Gael Center. continued In the second quarter, Gibson scored his 1,500th career point on a 3-point play before he and the rest of the Gaels nailed down a 63-39 victory over the St. Frances Panthers to clinch a tie for the regular-season championship in the Baltimore Catholic League.
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By ADELINE STAEBLER / Staff Correspondent | February 10, 2001
SM Goretti falls to Towson Catholic The St. Maria Goretti boys basketball team knew stopping Carmelo Anthony was the key to defeating Towson Catholic. While the Gaels were semi-successful in the first half, they allowed Anthony to score 17 of his 29 points in the second half to lead Towson Catholic to a 56-54 win over the Gaels in the Baltimore Catholic League. "(Anthony) hit some great shots. We couldn't stop him and he took the game over so that was the difference in the second half," Goretti coach Cokey Robertson said.
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January 23, 2000
BOYS BASKETBALL Rodney Gibson had 22 points and nine rebounds as the Gaels fought off a second-half charge by Calvert Hall Sunday afternoon for a 51-39 victory in the Baltimore Catholic League. Goretti (14-11, 5-2) watched a big lead get whittled to 37-34 with six minutes to play before regrouping. The Gaels then pulled away late, getting the last six points of the game. Marcus Chung added 12 points on 4-for-5 shooting, four steals and two assists as Goretti allowed no Cardinals into double figures in scoring.
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