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January 3, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL TOWSON, Md. - St. Maria Goretti lost its second straight game, falling to Towson Catholic 64-30 on Sunday in the Baltimore Catholic League. The Gaels (8-5, 0-2) had only four players score, led by Joey Spierenburg's 12 points. Kevin Brashears and Gene Johnson shot a combined 0-for-18 from the floor. Towson Catholic (12-1, 2-0) took full command of the game in the second half, outscoring Goretti, 31-10. Marcus Green led the winners with 17 points.
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by TIM KOELBLE | January 29, 2005
koelble@herald-mail.com When St. Maria Goretti met Towson Catholic on Jan. 2, it turned out to be a one-sided affair with the Gaels falling, 64-30. Towson Catholic coach Mike Daniels knew he had to have his talented Owls ready to play on Friday at the Gael Center, knowing Goretti was coming off Tuesday's big win at Calvert Hall. "We came here not expecting to beat them by 25," said Daniels. "When you come here to play Goretti, you gotta be ready to play and you gotta beat Cokey (Robertson)
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February 4, 2008
BOYS BASKETBALL Towson Catholic 63, Goretti 50 TOWSON CATHOLIC (16-9, 8-2) Bastfield 9, Breckenridge 15, Greene 16, Bruce 6, Thomas 10, Noel 7. Totals 27 4-8 63. ST. MARIA GORETTI (10-15, 3-10) Bowen 1, Martin 6, Belella 8, Breslin 11, Berry 5, Duhring 19. Totals 19 10-13 50. Towson Catholic 23 11 17 12 -- 63 St. Maria Goretti 14 8 10 18 -- 50 3-point goals -- Towson 5 (Bastfield, Breckenridge 3, Thomas), Goretti 2 (Breslin, Duhring).
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February 4, 2008
BOYS BASKETBALL Towson Catholic 63, Goretti 50 Khalid Greene scored 16 points and Vincent Breckenridge added 15 as Towson Catholic defeated St. Maria Goretti in a Baltimore Catholic League game at the Gael Center. Towson Catholic (16-9, 8-2) raced to leads of 23-14 after one quarter, 34-22 at halftime and 51-32 after three quarters. John Duhring had 19 points, five rebounds and four steals for the Gaels (10-15, 3-10). Kevin Breslin had 11 points and seven rebounds, and Mitch Belella added four assists.
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March 4, 2001
Goretti wins BCL tournament By DAN KAUFFMAN dankauff@herald-mail.com TOWSON, Md. - The first time St. Maria Goretti played Towson Catholic on Jan. 13, the Gaels lost by 26. Goretti then dropped a 56-54 heartbreaker to the Owls in the rematch Feb. 9. continued But in the game that really mattered - the Baltimore Catholic League Tournament championship on Sunday - Goretti found a way to win. Tournament MVP...
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By LARRY YANOS | January 9, 2008
The Towson Catholic boys basketball team hit seven 3-point baskets Tuesday night and used the inside presence of 6-foot-6 Brandon Greene to defeat St. Maria Goretti 61-37 in a Baltimore Catholic League game at the Gael Center. "We get criticized at times for shooting so many 3s, but we take what the opponent gives us," Towson Catholic coach Josh Pratt said. "They were giving us the outside shot and we were hitting early. Greene also helped control things inside. " The visiting Owls (7-7, 2-0)
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November 9, 2000
Roundup: Mercersburg finishes 2nd & 3rd in x-c PREP X-C HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. - Mercersburg's girls team finished second and the boys team finished third at the Mid Atlantic Prep League Championships, held Wednesday. Boys Team Scores: Blair Academy 38, Lawrenceville 47, Mercersburg 64, Hill 84, Hun 138, Peddie 146. Mercersburg Individuals: 8. Andrew Fazekas, 16:54; 10. David Posner, 17:11; 14. Ross Weller, 17:21; 15. James Cathro, 17:23; 17. Brandon Secrest, 17:28; 24. Anselm Berlit, 17:54; 32. Bryan Stiffler, 18:43.
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By TIM KOELBLE | November 25, 2009
The nightcap of tonight's opening round of the 27th Mid-Atlantic Invitational Tournament could be considered the late undercard of the heavyweight opener. That game will feature highly touted Good Counsel (Md.) and Benedictine (Va.) at 6 p.m. at the Gael Center in the season debut for both teams. It will be followed by host St. Maria Goretti and John Carroll. That puts Goretti coach Chad Brashears and John Carroll coach Tony Martin in basic agreement. "Our goal is to get to the championship game on Saturday, but whomever we play will be so tough," said Brashears, in his second season at the Gaels' helm.
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February 29, 2008
On March 4, 2001, I traveled to Goucher College in Towson, Md., to cover St. Maria Goretti in the Baltimore Catholic League championship game against Towson Catholic and its star, Carmelo Anthony. I didn't know much about Anthony then, nor did I know all that much about the Gaels - aside from their reputation as a great program with a great coach. That one game told me all I needed to know. Watching warmups, the prevailing thought in my mind was, "Man, Goretti may be in trouble.
NEWS
February 4, 2008
BOYS BASKETBALL Towson Catholic 63, Goretti 50 TOWSON CATHOLIC (16-9, 8-2) Bastfield 9, Breckenridge 15, Greene 16, Bruce 6, Thomas 10, Noel 7. Totals 27 4-8 63. ST. MARIA GORETTI (10-15, 3-10) Bowen 1, Martin 6, Belella 8, Breslin 11, Berry 5, Duhring 19. Totals 19 10-13 50. Towson Catholic 23 11 17 12 -- 63 St. Maria Goretti 14 8 10 18 -- 50 3-point goals -- Towson 5 (Bastfield, Breckenridge 3, Thomas), Goretti 2 (Breslin, Duhring).
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February 4, 2008
BOYS BASKETBALL Towson Catholic 63, Goretti 50 Khalid Greene scored 16 points and Vincent Breckenridge added 15 as Towson Catholic defeated St. Maria Goretti in a Baltimore Catholic League game at the Gael Center. Towson Catholic (16-9, 8-2) raced to leads of 23-14 after one quarter, 34-22 at halftime and 51-32 after three quarters. John Duhring had 19 points, five rebounds and four steals for the Gaels (10-15, 3-10). Kevin Breslin had 11 points and seven rebounds, and Mitch Belella added four assists.
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By LARRY YANOS | January 9, 2008
The Towson Catholic boys basketball team hit seven 3-point baskets Tuesday night and used the inside presence of 6-foot-6 Brandon Greene to defeat St. Maria Goretti 61-37 in a Baltimore Catholic League game at the Gael Center. "We get criticized at times for shooting so many 3s, but we take what the opponent gives us," Towson Catholic coach Josh Pratt said. "They were giving us the outside shot and we were hitting early. Greene also helped control things inside. " The visiting Owls (7-7, 2-0)
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by CURT HORNBECKER / Staff Correspondent | January 24, 2007
The surprise Cokey Robertson received Tuesday night was one he neither wanted nor expected. "They just completely intimidated our kids," said the St. Maria Goretti boys basketball coach after watching Towson Catholic's resounding 97-58 win in a Baltimore Catholic League game. "I thought we would do a better job. " The short-handed Gaels (9-12, 2-6) watched Towson reel off 15 unanswered points to open the contest and roll to the easy win. "We don't have the luxury of a lot of depth," said Robertson.
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