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This is the third article in an occasional series about Maryland area athletes away from the game. Tommy Hunter still hears it a lot in the Orioles clubhouse. "Judo champ coming!" someone will sing out. "Here comes Judo Boy!" another player will say....
Andrew A. "Andy" Dantzler, an optical engineer who was program area manager for civilian space at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, died Thursday of cardiac arrest at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The longtime Sykesville resident was 49....
Christina Salmond always wanted to make it back into a judo dojo. After leaving the sport following her senior year of high school to "go to college, get my degree and go on with my life," the 32-year-old Glen Burnie resident swore she would one day...
Sun ReporterSTEVE HOFF The farmer had hay to bale, barley to cut and steers to feed. But Steve Hoff, 47, took time out from working the family's 350-acre farm to dig up the past. Twenty-nine years ago, Hoff made it into "Faces" as the first high school wrestler...
Sun ReporterIt was only a thumbnail-size photo, an accolade buried deep in that week's Sports Illustrated. But to Web Wright III of Annapolis, then a 21-year-old college student, his photo in the "Faces in the Crowd" section seemed a way to drum up a date. It was...
Plattsburgh Press-RepublicanA local pool hall has re-racked with a new, improved version. Cue Club, located at 770 Route 3 in Airport Plaza in the Town of Plattsburgh, held a grand re-opening celebration April 20 after interior renovations. Bill Hathaway and his wife of 44...
The Virginian-PilotMeet Joshua Edery: The toughest man -- or, rather, mensch -- in Norfolk. Three times a week for the past three years, Edery and a half-dozen other students of the Yeshivas Aish Kodesh academy have practiced throwing, wrestling and choking one another as...
Middletown Journal, OhioIt was an emotional homecoming for Cris Carter. He cried at Middletown High School on Tuesday afternoon when he received a "Hometown Hall of Famer" plaque from the Professional Football Hall of Fame that was given to the school for permanent display....
For Barb Lazarus, enough will probably never be enough when it comes to her vision. Lazarus, a four-sport athlete at Highland Park in the late 1970s, has more than done her share of work when it comes to nurturing female athletes of all levels. She...
The Honolulu Star-AdvertiserThe defending state champion Pearl City girls judo team delivered its best evidence yet that it is all about team. The Chargers rolled to the team championship last week but went 3-6 in championship matches in Saturday's OIA Individual Championships....
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The Montana Standard, ButteHit, get hit, hit back harder... And it's all legal. Yes fight fans once again the Butte Civic Center will be the scene where battle tested warriors will participate in one of the older forms of competition in the world: Martial arts. The Mixed...
San Jose Mercury NewsSan Jose State judo coach Yosh Uchida -- who's had a hand in a few Olympic medals over the years -- received a unique medal of his own Tuesday as SJSU honored him for 65 years with the university. After serving as a medical tech in the U.S. Army...
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