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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | January 8, 2012
For a few seconds on Sunday afternoon, Gavin Rajahpillay looked like a member of the Harlem Globetrotters. Rajahpillay launched a 50-foot Hail Mary shot from the backcourt that hit glass and went through the twine to give St. Maria Goretti a stunning 54-53 victory over Loyola Blakefield, giving the Gaels a second straight Baltimore Catholic League win. Goretti (10-6, 2-5) snapped a 47-game BCL losing streak on Friday with a win over Mount Carmel. Goretti was staring at defeat after blowing a 44-34 lead at the start of the fourth quarter.
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February 6, 2006
BOYS BASKETBALL BALTIMORE - Kevin O'Connell made two free throws with 4.8 seconds left to lift Loyola Blakefield past St. Maria Goretti 44-42 in the Baltimore Catholic League on Sunday. Benny Alencherry had 11 points and four assists for the Gaels (9-17, 3-9), who managed just 13 points in the second half after holding a 29-22 lead at halftime. Kevin Breslin had 10 points and five assists, Kevin Brashears had nine points and Gene Johnson grabbed six rebounds. Loyola (13-9, 7-4)
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January 10, 2009
Men's Basketball Shepherd at Salem International, 7:30 Women's Basketball Shepherd at Salem International, 5:30 College Indoor Track and Field HCC at Bucknell Gulden Relays Boys Basketball Mercersburg Academy at Hill School, 3:45 Clarke County at Musselman, 7:30 Girls Basketball Mercersburg Academy at Hill School, 2 St. Maria Goretti at Martinsburg, 2:30 Gettysburg at...
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February 10, 2003
BOYS BASKETBALL BALTIMORE St. Maria Goretti continued its winning streak Sunday afternoon with a 54-44 victory over Loyola Blakefield with plenty of help from one of the youngsters. It was the sixth straight win for No. 2 Goretti. The Gaels (16-13, 4-8) emerged with a Baltimore Catholic League victory as sophomore Joey Spierenburg tossed in a career-high 15 points to support Joey Breslin's 17 points. Goretti took control of the game with inside play from Breslin and Spierenburg after Derrick Davis went to the sidelines from aggravating a previous shoulder injury.
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February 2, 2004
BOYS BASKETBALL TOWSON, Md. - St. Maria Goretti shut down Loyola Blakefield in the middle two periods on the way to a 57-49 victory Sunday in the Baltimore Catholic League. The Gaels (11-11, 2-8) roared back from a 17-11 deficit after one period to outscore the Dons (7-17, 0-9) 31-10 in the second and third periods. Mike Nelson led Goretti with 16 points and also pulled down eight rebounds. Joey Spierenburg had 12 points, including eight of Goretti's 13 in the second quarter.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | January 14, 2011
It took a few extra moments for the St. Maria Goretti locker room to empty on Friday night. A positive outcome would have put an end to a nightmarish losing streak. Instead, the Gaels lost their 36th straight Baltimore Catholic League game, a 38-30 decision to Loyola Blakefield. “We just have so little margin for error,” said Goretti coach Amrit Rayfield. “We had too many turnovers at the wrong time that didn’t give us an opportunity to score.” Goretti’s shooting didn’t help.
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By ANDREW MASON | andrewm@herald-mail.com | June 12, 2011
All in all, the second annual Jack Griffin Mid-Atlantic Prep Track & Field Classic this weekend at North Hagerstown was a success, said Wayne Kretzer Jr., the director of the three-day meet. “We had about 130 athletes here. We would have liked to have had a few more, but I’m happy,” he said. “We had a lot of good performances, and we had a lot of people who said they liked the facility and that they’re coming back. We want the meet to grow into a regional championship.” The meet began Friday night and ended Sunday afternoon.
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By TIM KOELBLE | March 2, 2008
Put No. 21 on his back and Rodney Monroe looks like he could still step out on the basketball floor and knock down a few shots. St. Maria Goretti's greatest was among the many former players at the Gael Center on Friday to pay tribute to their coach, Cokey Robertson, in his final home game. Monroe made the trip back from his home in Charlotte, N.C., bringing along 2-year old son, Christian, one of his four children. "I'm glad to be able to come back," he said. "(Cokey)
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January 31, 2012
Tuesday, January 31, 2012 BOYS BASKETBALL Mo Sallah capped a 21-point, 17-rebound, eight-block night with two clutch free throws with 2.4 seconds left, then intercepted a length-of-the-court inbounds pass to seal Broadfording's 62-61 victory over Musselman on Tuesday night. With the Lions (14-13) trailing by one, Moni Anderson - who finished with 15 points and three assists - took an inbounds pass with 8.9 seconds left, raced the length of the court and found Sallah on the block.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | January 8, 2012
For a few seconds on Sunday afternoon, Gavin Rajahpillay looked like a member of the Harlem Globetrotters. Rajahpillay launched a 50-foot Hail Mary shot from the backcourt that hit glass and went through the twine to give St. Maria Goretti a stunning 54-53 victory over Loyola Blakefield, giving the Gaels a second straight Baltimore Catholic League win. Goretti (10-6, 2-5) snapped a 47-game BCL losing streak on Friday with a win over Mount Carmel. Goretti was staring at defeat after blowing a 44-34 lead at the start of the fourth quarter.
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By ANDREW MASON | andrewm@herald-mail.com | June 12, 2011
All in all, the second annual Jack Griffin Mid-Atlantic Prep Track & Field Classic this weekend at North Hagerstown was a success, said Wayne Kretzer Jr., the director of the three-day meet. “We had about 130 athletes here. We would have liked to have had a few more, but I’m happy,” he said. “We had a lot of good performances, and we had a lot of people who said they liked the facility and that they’re coming back. We want the meet to grow into a regional championship.” The meet began Friday night and ended Sunday afternoon.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | January 14, 2011
It took a few extra moments for the St. Maria Goretti locker room to empty on Friday night. A positive outcome would have put an end to a nightmarish losing streak. Instead, the Gaels lost their 36th straight Baltimore Catholic League game, a 38-30 decision to Loyola Blakefield. “We just have so little margin for error,” said Goretti coach Amrit Rayfield. “We had too many turnovers at the wrong time that didn’t give us an opportunity to score.” Goretti’s shooting didn’t help.
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January 13, 2011
Boys Basketball It’s not a matter of life or death, but St. Maria Goretti really would like to snap its string of goose eggs when it comes to the Baltimore Catholic League. And, you can emphasize “really” to the highest degree. “The kids really need to win a (BCL) game,” coach Amrit Rayfield said on Thursday. Goretti will host Loyola Blakefield tonight. On paper, it would appear this might be one of Goretti’s best shots at breaking a streak that has reached 35 losses.
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January 10, 2009
Men's Basketball Shepherd at Salem International, 7:30 Women's Basketball Shepherd at Salem International, 5:30 College Indoor Track and Field HCC at Bucknell Gulden Relays Boys Basketball Mercersburg Academy at Hill School, 3:45 Clarke County at Musselman, 7:30 Girls Basketball Mercersburg Academy at Hill School, 2 St. Maria Goretti at Martinsburg, 2:30 Gettysburg at...
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By TIM KOELBLE | March 2, 2008
Put No. 21 on his back and Rodney Monroe looks like he could still step out on the basketball floor and knock down a few shots. St. Maria Goretti's greatest was among the many former players at the Gael Center on Friday to pay tribute to their coach, Cokey Robertson, in his final home game. Monroe made the trip back from his home in Charlotte, N.C., bringing along 2-year old son, Christian, one of his four children. "I'm glad to be able to come back," he said. "(Cokey)
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February 6, 2008
BOYS BASKETBALL Middletown 56, North 48 MIDDLETOWN (13-4, 5-0) Ousler 11, Kachalov 5, Riggin 7, Wilson 11, Butler 10, Towns 12. Totals 18 15-22 56. NORTH HAGERSTOWN (4-12, 1-5) Sandberg 12, Calendine 10, Lee 2, Bell 21, Mattei 3. Totals 16 12-20 48. Middletown 18 10 11 17 -- 56 N. Hagerstown 10 12 11 15 -- 48 3-point goals -- Middletown 5 (Ousler 2, Riggin 2, Wilson); North 4 (Sandberg 3, Bell). JV -- Middletown, 47-42 (M: Harris 10, Lyons 10; NH: Dixon 16)
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February 6, 2008
BOYS BASKETBALL BOONSBORO -- Eric Wilfong scored 21 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead No. 4 Williamsport over Boonsboro 63-55 on Tuesday night in the MVAL Antietam. Greg Minnick had eight points and eight rebounds, while Jeff Ryan had seven assists for the Wildcats (14-2, 6-0). Shane Lowery and Adam Chambers had 12 points each, Seth Poffenberger had 11 points, five rebounds and three steals, while Nico Wanko had nine points and six rebounds for the Warriors (4-12, 2-4)
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