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Good Counsel 28-St. John's 14

Oct 24, 2011 • Great American Rivalry Series
The Falcons came in with a #10 USA Today nationally ranking and expecting to win the game, but the Cadets put up a fight More

2011 Hall of Fame: Matt Dillon and Akeem Hebron

Oct 24, 2011 • Great American Rivalry Series
From St. Johns High School: Matt Dillon Matt was a member of St. John’s Class of 1969 and was instrumental in winning both a football and baseball championship for the Cadets. He helped lead the efforts in securing the conference championship his senior year. As a runn More

2011 Scholar Athletes: Alex Grillo and Mike Madaras

Oct 23, 2011 • Great American Rivalry Series
From St John’s: Alex Grillo Alex is a defensive back for St. John’s and carries a 4.48 GPA. He has received honor with distinction all four years of high school. He is a member of the National Honor Society, is a De La Salle Scholar, and has won the departmental More

St. John's 27-Gonzaga 21

Nov 18, 2010 • Great American Rivalry Series
Gonzaga came into the game heavily favored, but that did not faze St. John's as they stepped onto the field in front of 4,500 fans. More

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Owner on harness racing: 'Like an earlier version of NASCAR'

Sep 19, 2014 • Frederick News Post (subscription)
The Great Frederick Fair harness race is one of only two harness races held at fairs in Maryland. “Harness racing is like the earlier version of NASCAR,” said horse owner Jerry Botsch. Today we watch NASCAR because everyone has a car and it's fun to ... More

Young Scots favor independence

Sep 16, 2014 • Frederick News Post (subscription)
Associated Press file photo Demonstrators for and against the Scottish independence stand next to each other Thursday in Edinburgh, Scotland. Posted: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 2:00 am. Young Scots favor independence 0 comments. GLASGOW ... More

Applications for jobless benefits fall sharply

Sep 18, 2014 • Frederick News Post (subscription)
WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of people applying for U.S. unemployment benefits dropped by a sharp 36,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 280,000, a sign that the job market is strengthening. The four-week average of applications, a less volatile ... More

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