Mesa Legend - ARCHIVES - Vol. 38, Issue 2 As womens soccer begins its fifth season at MCC, the TBirds will attempt to Twoof MCCs key sophomores, Kori moore and Heather bobb, have changed http://www.mc.maricopa.edu/other/legend/ARCHIVES/vol38issue2/wsoccer.htm
Extractions: As womens soccer begins its fifth season at MCC, the T-Birds will attempt to continue their dominance of the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference under 1999 Coach of the Year Danny Sanchez. Jim Allen/MESA LEGEND MCC goaltender Deb Daley has shutout opponents in four of five games. Last season, MCC was ranked first in the nation for more than a month and finished with a 20-2 record. Their season ended in Utah at the District A playoffs where they lost 2-1 in overtime against Dixie College. Sanchez, who has led the women to the district playoffs in three of their first four seasons, believes the 2000 squad has a chance to be one of his best. We have an extremely deep team this year, said Sanchez, who is 69-11-3 during his tenure. In the past, we sometimes had a let-down when we went to our substitutes. But with this team I think we will get a lift from the bench.
Dixie Heights High School Boys Soccer Web Site Thompson, 7. Smith, 3. Mason, 3. Adams, 2. bobb, 2. Caldwell, 2. Bradshaw, 1.Holmes, 1. Monroe, 1. Prince, 1. Young, 1. Top Assist Players. moore, 3. Prince,1. Smith, 1. Thompson, 1. http://www.dixiesoccer.com/NKYSoccer/TeamPages/Default.asp?Team=Pendleton Co.
MCC Athletics soccer Game Summary August 25th, 2000 Heather bobb * Amanda Mecsey * Kristen Purpura Angie Spero * Kori moore * Krista Hecker Goalkeeper Deb Daley 1 Save for Shutout Scottsdale - August 30th http://www.mc.maricopa.edu/services/athletics/wsoccer/gamesummary_gcc1.html
WashingtonPost.com 1995 All-Met Boys Soccer Team Last year's National soccer Coaches Association Coach of the Madigan, GeorgetownPrep D, Damion moore, Bullis GK Chapel Gate MF, Travis bobb, Grace Brethren MF http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/sports/hssports/longterm/allmets/bsoccer_95
Extractions: at Marks Tennis Stadium Singles 1. Patrick Gottesleben (USC) def. Asaf Tishler (UNLV) 7-6, 6-2 2. Roman Kukal (USC) def. Nenad Zivkovic (UNLV) 7-6, 6-2 3. Andrew Park (USC) def. Damu Bobb (UNLV) 6-3, 6-0 4. Ryan Moore (USC) Andreas Madersbacker (UNLV) 6-1, 6-1 5. Nicholas Rainey (USC) def. Danny Erez (UNLV) 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 6. Gregor Skorin (UNLV) def. Gregg Hill (USC) 6-4, 4-1 (retired) Doubles (worth one point) 1. Gottesleben-Kukal (USC) def. Skorin-Tishler (UNLV) 8-6 2. Moore-Rainey (USC) def. Bobb-Zivkovic (UNLV) 8-6 3. Hill-Park (USC) def. Scott Adams-Erez (UNLV) 8-2 Rankings/Records
UMBC - Athletics Staff Women's Track Field Head Coach, David bobb, P 6588, Women's soccer Head Coach,Michelle Salmon, P 2013, email@example.com. Heidi moore, P 1546, firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.umbcretrievers.com/info/staff/
Extractions: Note: Phone Exchange is 410-455-(extension). When dialing from within UMBC campus 410-455 should be omitted. Administration Athletic Director Dr. Charles Brown P: 2207 F: 410-455-1159 email@example.com Assoc. AD Compliance/SWA Kathy Zerrlaut P: 2012 firstname.lastname@example.org Assoc. AD Academic Svcs. vacant P: 2290 F: 410-455-1692 Assoc. AD Marketing/Promotions Tom Maier P: 2198 F: 410-455-1315 email@example.com Assoc. AD Recreation/PE Gary Wohlstetter P: 2638 firstname.lastname@example.org Asst. AD Communications Steve Levy P: 2197 F: 410-455-3994 email@example.com Asst. AD/Development Deborah Franklin P: 1532 firstname.lastname@example.org Geoff Rupert P: 2118 F: 410-455-1536 email@example.com Assistant Athletic Director for Operations Ed Franks P: 3083 F: 1536 firstname.lastname@example.org Coaches Baseball Head Coach John Jancuska P: 2239 email@example.com Baseball Assistant Coach Bob Mumma P: 2239 firstname.lastname@example.org Baseball Assistant Coach Matthew Barry P: 6302 email@example.com Men's Basketball Head Coach Thomas Sullivan P: 2864 F: 410-455-1136 firstname.lastname@example.org Men's Basketball Assistant Coach Randy Monroe P: 2128 email@example.com
Trinidad Express Tobago News certain comments she had made early in 1997, bobb admitted that moore was reprimandedand discharged for having the bottle of Argyle, Pembroke in soccer final. http://126.96.36.199/jan/jan4/tobagotop.htm
News Coach moore writes Thank you for responding and they lettered in Peggy bobb Softball,Swimming Cross Country Lyndsey Pickering soccer, Swimming Brittany http://www.ladyrailers.org/news.html
Extractions: THREE LADY RAILERS TO PLAY COLLEGE BASKETBALL: 4-11-00 Angie Bossingham, Kelsey Bruce and Sarah McLaughlin have announced this week that they will continue their basketball careers next season on the college level. Angie Bossingham will head west to East Peoria and start her college ball at Illinois Central College. Kelsey Bruce will travel south to Jacksonville and play both basketball and volleyball at Illinois College. Sarah McLaughlin will stay in town and start her college career for Coach Wilson at Lincoln College. Congratulations ladies and we all wish you the best of luck at the next level. ANGIE BOSSINGHAM TO PLAY IN IBCA ALL STAR GAME: 3-21-00 Angie Bossingham will play in the IBCA All Star game on Saturday, June 17th at Illinois Wesleyan University. Angie will be on the AA South squad which will play the AA North at 7:00 pm. Tickets at the door is $6. Advanced tickets are $5. The class A North will play the A South beginning at 5:00 pm. Kelsey Bruce was chosen as an alternate for this game. If a player can not make it, Kelsey could be chosen to play. Congratulations to Angie and Kelsey. It is quite the honor.
Lady Railer Basketball 2000-01 sports they lettered in Peggy bobb Softball, Swimming Basketball, soccer BethanyStruebing soccer, Swimming Mary the internet, please contact Coach moore by e http://www.ladyrailers.org/jan00news.htm
Extractions: 15.Barrington (19-4) 16.Benet (18-4) Others receiving votes in order: Hinsdale South, Machesney Park Harlem, East Moline, Geneseo, Mattoon, Mount Vernon, Champaign Central, Grayslake, Olney, Hononegah, Marion DID YOU KNOW!: 1-25-00 This year's senior class, 4 years of varsity basketball has accounted for a four year record of 89 wins and only 19 losses and the only four year span that can compare is the four year span from 1978-79 season through the 1981-82 season when they had a four year record of 92 wins and 15 losses. As of this date, the Lady Railers have a cumulative record of 447 wins and 205 losses, dating back to the first season of Lady Railer basketball (1972-1973). The 447-205 record has the Lady Railers, 28 year history winning percentage at .685%. Better than most. A minimum of six games left for this year and a maximum of 13.
PSAL All Stars Ballot Results Boys soccer. Brooklyn and Queens GERALD PROPHETE, Bayside, 1. KEON bobb, CampusMagnet, 1. WEST KRAEMER, Lab Museum United, 1. Goalie, JONATHA moore, Curtis,1. http://www.psal.org/psal_socballotresult.asp
Schedule soccer NOMINEES (BOYS) School Name, Player Name, Position. Campus Magnet, KERRKIJANA, Goalie. Campus Magnet, bobb KEON, Forward. Curtis, moore JONATHA, Goalie. http://www.psal.org/socnominationboys.asp
Extractions: Beyond 100 By JOEY JOHNSTON of The Tampa Tribune The Top 100? We can't restrict ourselves any longer. Here's a look at some others who had an impact on our local sports scene during the 20th Century. BASEBALL Tampa Catholic has won eight state championships since 1968, mostly due to standout pitchers such as Nardi Contreras, Davian Menendez, Manuel Seoane (20-0 as a senior), John Tagliarino, Julian Gonzalez, Lance McCullers and Richard Monteleone (first-round pick in 1982). Jesuit had its own streak of big-time pitchers with Troy Carrasco, Rob Bonanno (career strikeout record at Florida), Marc Valdes, Brad Radke (went 20-10 with Twins in 1997, winning 12 consecutive starts), Sam Marsonek (first-round pick in 1996), Geoff Goetz (first-round pick in 1997), Nick Stocks and Ryan Gloger (now at Stanford). Jefferson's very distinguished alumni includes Tony La Russa, Lenny Faedo (first-round pick in 1977), Ron Martinez, Sam Militello (pitched three consecutive no-hitters) and Luis Gonzalez (had 30-game hitting streak last season for the Arizona Diamondbacks. More notables: Dave Anderson (Northeast), Brad Baisley (Land O'Lakes), Patrick Boyd (CCC), Ed Charles (Gibbs), Dave Eiland (Zephyrhills), Carl Everett (Hillsborough), Danny Graves (Brandon), Scott Hemond (Dunedin), Tom Hume (Northeast), Kiki Jones (Hillsborough), Vance Lovelace (Hillsborough), Terry McCormick (Jesuit), Gene Nelson (Pasco), Rodd Kelley (Brandon), Troy Kent (Jesuit), Brian McRae (Manatee), Doug Million (Sarasota), Chris Myers (Plant), Buster Naraum (Clearwater), Danny O'Brien (St. Petersburg Catholic), Pat Osburn (Clearwater), Min Park (Leto), John Ramos (Plant), Marcus Rhaney (Middleton), Jason Romano (Hillsborough), Ken Suarez (Jesuit), Curt Suchan (Jesuit), John Tamargo (Tampa Catholic), Bruce Thompson (Brandon), Ozzie Timmons (Brandon), Salvy Urso (Plant) and Gabe White (Sebring).
Fairleigh Dickinson University Sports Information Women's soccer Continues Winning Streak. Catherine Belton led the Aggies with 10 killswhile Laura moore had a teamhigh Vassar goalie Teresa bobb had six saves http://alpha.fdu.edu/fmsports/sportsnews/pages/91800.html
Extractions: THIS WEEK IN FDU SPORTS The FDU Devils fell behind early as the Wilkes Colonels scored twice in the first quarter to go up 14-0. Wilkes improves to 2-0 as FDU drops to 0-3. Jeff Marshman accounted for both of those TD's, passing to Ryan James for a 23-yarder on the first TD and running himself for a 1-yard TD on the second. FDU managed to close the lead to seven points when Mark Pollifrone (Manalapan, NJ) hit Ed Cracchiolo (Marlboro, NJ) with a five-yard pass to make it 14-7 with 1:31 left in the first half. The Colonels came back with two TD's in the third and another in the fourth to seal up the win. Cracchiolo led FDU in rushing with 48 yards. Mike Quigley (Manalpan, NJ) led the Devils with 51 yards receiving. Andre Sowell (Neptune, NJ) returned a kickoff for 50 yards. For Wilkes, Mike Lorady ran for 68 yards. Marshman passed for 261 yards on 16-for-32 passing with 2 INT's. Frank McCabe reeled in four passes for 97 yards while Brian Miller caught five passes for 80 yards. For FDU
SILive.com - Staten Island Advance Sports The Staten Island Cromwell Lions under12 soccer team's trip you don't want to tanglewith is moore Catholic The button pusher SAN DIEGO bobb McKittrick was http://silive.com/sports/advance/index.ssf?archive
Scholarships And Awards - General Announcements Jean Blocker Endowed Scholarship Paul Frederick bobb Award Beverly Scholarship inWomens soccer George Martin in Engineering Thomas W. moore Scholarship in http://www.rice.edu/catalog/2002_2003/undergraduateinfo/scholarships_awards.html
St. Petersburg Times Online: Obituaries Helaine Cohen, Susan Holt, Cynthia moore, Martin Neal and bobb, ELAINE LELA, 65, ofPort Richey died He played soccer for the Clearwater soccer Association and http://www.sptimes.com/Archive/070600/Obits.shtml
Extractions: LAVOIE, BERNARD D., 83, of Spring Hill, formerly of Tampa, died Tuesday (July 4, 2000) at home. Born in Fall River, Mass., he came here 12 years ago from Tampa. He was a manager for Northeast Airlines and then a supervisor for Delta Airlines, retiring with 39 years of service in the airline industry. He was a member of St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus, and the Massachusetts Club, Spring Hill. Survivors include his wife, Florence; three sons, Robert, Spring Hill, Michel, Rockledge, and Denis, Tampa; two daughters, Jeanne Thompson, Forney, Texas, and Jacqueline Cimino, Tampa; 12 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Merritt Funeral Home, Spring Hill. Hillsborough County Back to top BELL, CLARENCE, 75, of St. Petersburg, died Monday (July 3, 2000) at Vencor Hospital St. Petersburg. He came here in 1989 from his native Tampa, where he was a construction worker. He was Baptist. Survivors include six cousins, Verinda Jackson, Helaine Cohen, Susan Holt, Cynthia Moore, Martin Neal and Marvin Neal, all of St. Petersburg. Smith Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.
Oakland Tribune Online and Oakland City Manager Robert bobb will participate Ten soccer players from Oaklandand two bocce players at Kimball's East Oakland Scotty moore Blues Band http://www.oaklandtribune.com/Stories/0,1413,82%7E27446%7E,00.html
Extractions: hit enter key Advanced Search Marketplace Real Estate CareerSite ... Place a Classified Ad View Previous News Select an Edition Thursday, April 03, 2003 Thursday, March 27, 2003 Tuesday, March 25, 2003 Tuesday, March 04, 2003 EMAIL ARTICLE LINK TO ARTICLE PRINT ARTICLE Article Last Updated: Thursday, April 03, 2003 - 4:00:23 PM PST OTHER COLUMNS Mar. 4 Frosene On The Scene: A blizzard of a birthday Frosene On The Scene: Family Style Tradition ATSA SPICY MEATBALL. One of the first restaurants I ever patronized with my parents when I was just a kid was Bertola's in Oakland. The family-style experience left vivid memories. When I stepped into Banchero's in Hayward, those family-style memories quickly returned. And, why wouldn't they? Founder John Banchero Sr. use to work at Bertola's. How's that for intuition? "My grandfather had a shoe shop," said Oakland native and owner John Banchero Jr.