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  • Columbia Association planning indoor tennis facility for SportsPark

    Columbia Association planning indoor tennis facility for SportsPark
    The Columbia Association has begun planning a $3.5-million indoor tennis facility that is expected to open in 2015. CA Chief Operating Officer Rob Goldman said the six-court facility would be built adjacent to the Columbia SportsPark in Harper's Choice....
  • North Carroll softball coach named Maryland's best

    In 13 years as the varsity softball coach at North Carroll High School, Lloyd Ford has guided the Panthers to a 202-80 record and three appearances in the state finals. It seemed only a matter of time before he would earn a major coaching award. It...
  • Marriage undergoes volleys in Performance Workshop Theatre's 'Mixed Doubles'

    Marriage undergoes volleys in Performance Workshop Theatre's 'Mixed Doubles'
    A caption in King Vidor's silent classic from 1928, "The Crowd," reads: "Marriage isn't a word. It's a sentence." The couples in "Mixed Doubles: An Entertainment on Marriage," a multi-playwright piece from 1969 enjoying an effective revival at...
  • Ramon Santamaria, tennis pro

    Ramon Santamaria, tennis pro
    Ramon "Ray" Santamaria Jr., a retired tennis pro and captain of the 1954 Johns Hopkins University lacrosse team, died of cancer Dec. 9 at Union Memorial Hospital. The Cockeysville resident was 80. Born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, he was the son of Ramon...
  • Atholton wins second straight Howard County Tennis Cup

    Atholton wins second straight Howard County Tennis Cup
    With six of his players spread across three different courts in the finals of the Howard County tennis tournament Monday, May 13 at the Wilde Lake Tennis Club, Atholton tennis coach Michael Ashmead had his hands full. His predicament was made only...
  • HCC students, teams earn academic honors

    Four student-athletes and three Fighting Owl teams earned NJCAA National Academic Honors, as announced by the national office on last week. Sophomore Christina Verzi was the first Harford student-athlete to receive the NJCAA Pinnacle Award for Academic...
  • Howard County tennis tournament postponed until Monday

    Howard County tennis tournament postponed until Monday
    Through the first two days of the Howard County tennis tournament, defending champion Atholton held a commanding five-point lead over River Hill, 21.5-16.5, heading into the semifinal round. Due to forecasted rain on Saturday, the semifinal and...
  • Atholton girls tennis wins battle of unbeaten teams at River Hill, 3-2

    Atholton girls tennis wins battle of unbeaten teams at River Hill, 3-2
    As the defending girls doubles county champions, Atholton senior Rachel Knobel and junior Margaret Tatum came into this season expected to shoulder the responsibility of anchoring a youthful team attempting to repeat as county champions. But just a...
  • River Hill boys tennis beats Centennial to improve to 11-0

    River Hill boys tennis beats Centennial to improve to 11-0
    Coming into their showdown with the previously unbeaten Centennial boys on April 23, River Hill tennis coach Jennifer Stoker predicted that the match would come down to the doubles. “It's going to be hard for anyone to beat my team in singles,&...
  • Groundbreaking set for Troy Park in Elkridge

    Dreams of opening a world-class tennis center in Elkridge have died, but the dream of a much-needed community park is alive and well. On Saturday, June 22, county officials plan to break ground for a new park on 100 acres near the intersection of...
  • HCC trustees reject Nursing and Allied Health bids

    HCC trustees reject Nursing and Allied Health bids
    Construction on Harford Community College's Nursing and Allied Health building could be delayed yet again after the members of the HCC Board of Trustees unanimously rejected Tuesday all bids offered on the project. Board members discussed the bids during...
  • Local USTA teams advance to nationals once again

    Local USTA teams advance to nationals once again
    Two Columbia area USTA Tennis League teams will soon be vying for national titles. Each team won its respective sectional by a slim margin. After splitting its first two matches, captain Debbie MacDonald's 3.0 senior women's team captured the Mid-...