Tick­ets on sale for Md. Ath­letic Hall in­duc­tion

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The Mary­land State Ath­letic Hall of Fame Foun­da­tion will hold its 2016 in­duc­tion ban­quet Nov. 3 at 6 p.m., at Michael’s Eighth Av­enue at 7220 Gray­burn Drive in Glen Burnie. Tick­ets are $75 a per­son and $750 for a ta­ble of 10, and can be pur­chased at md­sa­hof.com or by check. Please make checks payable to the Mary­land State Ath­letic Hall of Fame and mail to MD­SA­HOF, P.O. Box 664, Arnold, MD 21012. In­ductees will be for­mer Ori­oles out­fielder Brady An­der­son, who was born in Sil­ver Spring; Ch­ester-born power­boater Wheeler Baker; for­mer Mary­land run­ning back Louis Carter (Arun­del); Na­tional Sail­ing Hall of Famer and an­nouncer Gary Job­son, who is based in An­napo­lis; for­mer soc­cer- player and four- sport ath­lete Lau­rie Sch­woy (McDonogh); and for­mer Johns Hop­kins and Tow­son High lacrosse player Jack Thomas. Re­porter Jim Hen­ne­man will re­ceive the John F. Stead­man Life­time Achieve­ment Award. The evening be­gins with cock­tails and a silent auc­tion at 6 p.m., din­ner at 7, and awards from 8 to 10. NBA PRE­SEA­SON: An­drew Nicholson scored19 points and John Wall added 17 for the Wash­ing­ton Wizards, who won, 96-91, against the host Cleve­land Cava­liers. Mar­cus Thorn­ton had 16 points, in­clud­ing four foul shots in the last 19 sec­onds. HORSE RAC­ING: The Mary­land Jockey Club will live-stream to­day’s Mary­land Mil­lion draw be­gin­ning at 4:30 p.m. on Face­book, Twit­ter, and YouTube. MJC hosts and rac­ing an­a­lysts Gabby Gaudet, Stan Sal­ter and track an­nouncer Dave Rod­man will go over the post-po­si­tion draw, hand­i­cap the races, and talk to own­ers, train­ers and jock­eys par­tic­i­pat­ing in the Mary­land Mil­lion. To stream the event go to face­book.com/Lau­relPark, twit­ter.com/Lau­relPark or youtube.com/Mary­land Rac­ing. The races will be Satur­day start­ing at 12:15 p.m. JU­NIOR TEN­NIS: A team from Columbia will com­pete in the USTA Ju­nior Team Ten­nis 18U Na­tional Cham­pi­onships from Thurs­day to Sun­day in Cayce, S.C. The team, coached by Jack­son Tsai, com­prises Alexan­dre Nazaire (El­li­cott City), Amanda Gre­bosky (Reis­ter­stown), An­drew Tsai (El­li­cott City), Anna Xi (El­li­cott City), Brooke San­to­riello (Bel Air, Md.), Christo­pher Chen (El­li­cott City), Lil­ianna Izadi (Elder­s­burg), Matthew Sk­lar (Tus­con, Ariz.), Olivia Tsai (El­li­cott City), Pra­teek Swamyku­mar (Clarksville), Rhoil Bahri (El­li­cott City), Ryan Lun­der­gan (El­li­cott City), Snigdha Pu­ram ( Elkridge) and Tess We­ber (El­li­cott City). Tsai, Sk­lar, Swamyku­mar and Pu­ram were on last year’s cham­pi­onship team. Sk­lar at­tended Atholton. LO­CAL GOLF: Aneka Seu­manutafa, 15, of Em­mits­burg shot 5-un­der-par 71-70—141 to win the women’s divi­sion of the Mary­land State Golf As­so­ci­a­tion’s Open cham­pi­onship by 10 strokes at Columbia Coun­try Club in Chevy Chase. MEN’S COL­LEGE SOC­CER: Amar Se­jdic opened the scor­ing in the 27th minute and fel­low sopho­more Gor­don Wild broke a tie in the 70th as No. 1 Mary­land (12-0-2, 6-0-1 Big Ten) earned a 2-1 vic­tory over vis­it­ing Amer­i­can (7-5-3) to ex­tend its win­ning streak to nine games. Se­nior goal­keeper Cody Nie­der­meier (Broad­neck) made a dif­fi­cult save off a point-blank shot from Panos Nakhid with 54 sec­onds re­main­ing to pre­serve the win. MEN’S COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL: Fans in­ter­ested in see­ing Mary­land prac­tice may do so on Satur­day, be­gin­ning at 3 p.m. at Xfin­ity Cen­ter. The prac­tice is ex­pected to last two hours. The Terps, com­ing off the pro­gram’s first Sweet 16 ap­pear­ance since 2003, will play their lone pre­sea­son game Nov. 5 at home against Catawba. The time for that game has not yet been an­nounced. Mary­land opens its reg­u­lar sea­son at home Nov. 11 against Amer­i­can. MORE MEN’S COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL: Bowie State was picked to fin­ish third over­all in the Cen­tral In­ter­col­le­giate Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion and third in the North­ern Divi­sion, ac­cord­ing to pre­sea­son rank­ings re­leased by the league. Vir­ginia State and Vir­ginia Union are pre­dicted to fin­ish first and sec­ond, re­spec­tively. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE BAS­KET­BALL: Bowie State was picked to fin­ish sev­enth over­all in the CIAA and fourth in the North. The pre­sea­son team in­cluded Bull­dogs ju­nior guard Kiara Col­ston and sopho­more guard Kyah Proc­tor and Lin­coln sopho­more guard Teira Pendle­ton (Poly). WOMEN’S COL­LEGE VOL­LEY­BALL: Tow­son se­nior out­side hit­ter Jessica Lewis was named the Colo­nial Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion Co-Of­fen­sive Player of the Week. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE CROSS COUN­TRY: Johns Hop­kins sopho­more Felicia Ko­erner was named Cen­ten­nial Con­fer­ence Run­ner of the Week. —

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