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'He really cares’: Carroll County teen organizes toy drive for children, even without Santa event

December 14th, 2019|

“I had to put a lot more time and effort into that than I did last year,” he said. “It kind of slipped away a little bit and the Hoppers Kidzone, where we had the Breakfast with Santa for the past eight years, closed down, so that kind of messed it up a lot, too. We had to basically start from scratch, and it was hard to think and find a place to do that because we were going to do it.”

Sports

Army-Navy 2019: Coverage of the 120th football game between U.S. military academies

December 14th, 2019|

Here’s everything you need to know about today’s 120th football game between the Army West Point Black Knights and the Navy Midshipmen. The X factor Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry is the X factor going into Army-Navy game. “I think he’s the X factor and he has been every year,” Army West Point linebacker Cole Christiansen said when asked about Perry. “He’s a super-fast, super-slippery runner. A lot of our success will come down to whether or not we’re able to stop him.” Story Advertisement When’s the game? Photos: Army-Navy game ball run Friends most days, opponents today Friendship between Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo and Army head coach Jeff Monken is put to the test on gameday. Story Wagner: Perry should be a Heisman finalist At no point this season has Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry received serious consideration for the Heisman Trophy, and that’s a darn shame. It reflects a bias on the part of the national media against players from the so-called Group of Five conferences. Column ‘Greatest sports rivalry’ The Army-Navy football game is the greatest sports rivalry because it is still relevant. It exists. It goes on and thrives in this atmosphere of hyperactive and rabid sports fanaticism, mega-teams and dynasties, writes John Schofield, former Navy Academy public affairs officer. Column He “looks like he’s shot out of a slingshot” Navy Head coach Ken Niumatalolo decided to move Jamale Carothers to fullback prior to spring practice of his plebe year and that has proved to be a wise decision. The 5-foot-9, 203-pound sophomore has been a remarkable revelation, ranking second on the team with 637 rushing yards despite only seeing significant action in the last seven games. Story “His energy, his athleticism, his toughness” Senior center Ford Higgins is grateful and thankful for Navy football career. “Before we finished warmups, we knew this was the kind of guy we wanted on our team. You could see the energy and enthusiasm Ford possessed,” Navy assistant Ashley Ingram said. Story ‘A selfless human being’ Navy defensive end Jackson Pittman has improved under tutelage of three different position coaches. “He understands his role within the defense and his role is what really keeps us strong, especially in the run game being able to take on double teams and anchoring us in there allows the linebackers to be free and do their jobs making tackles," said Navy assistant coach Jerrick Hall. Story An honor for Watson Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson attended last year’s Army-Navy game as a senior midshipman at the Naval Academy. At this year’s game on Saturday, he’ll be honored along with two other sailors shot and killed last week in a classroom at the Pensacola Naval Air Station. Story What about Army? The Black Knights have won three straight Army-Navy games, but is struggling this season. Army (5-7) is assured of its first losing season since finishing 2-10 in 2015 and enters Saturday’s showdown with archrival Navy hoping to salvage one last goal. If the Black Knights beat the Midshipmen, they would retain the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy since there will have been a three-way tie among the service academies. Story

Rec Sports: Meetings & Notices for Dec. 15, 2019

December 14th, 2019|

Country Hill Farm is accepting new students into our lesson and lease program. Riders beginning at age 5 thru adults, may sign up for evening lessons, Tuesdays through Saturdays. No experience is necessary. CHF has a large indoor, so we ride all year round, rain or shine, with great lesson ponies and horses. For more information, please go to www.countryhillhorsefarm.com or call 410-876-2950.

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