Coan wins Rio gold; sil­ver for train­ing part­ner Jor­dan

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Loy­ola Mary­land stu­dent McKen­zie Coan won her sec­ond gold medal of the Rio de Janeiro Paralympics with a vic­tory Wed­nes­day in the women’s S7 400-me­ter freestyle over train­ing part­ner Cort­ney Jor­dan, a fourth-grade teacher at Boll­man Bridge in Howard County and a for­mer grad­u­ate stu­dent at Loy­ola. Coan touched the wall in 5 min­utes, 5.77 sec­onds; Jor­dan fin­ished in GOLF: Tom Grem of Hunt Val­ley Coun­try Club closed with a 1-un­der-par 71 and a two-round to­tal of146 to win the Se­nior Am­a­teur cham­pi­onship of the Mary­land State Golf As­so­ci­a­tion at the win­ner’s home course. The sec­ond round sorted out11 play­ers within three strokes of the lead, and Grem, 54, owner of a com­mer­cial fa­cil­i­ties man­age­ment com­pany, was fol­lowed by Ge­orge Mavrikes, Con­gres­sional CC, 77-70—147; Tim Dilli, Bal­ti­more CC, 77-71—148; Lee Flemis­ter, Univer­sity of Mary­land Golf Club, 76-73—149; and Larry Storck, Spar­rows Point CC, 77-73—150. —

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