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Accokeek MD News

Dec 2, 2016

Carson, Clark, Flowers and Mack Selected to CIAA All-Rookie Team

Football Coaches Association and Sports Information Directors Association, announces the 2016 CIAA All-Rookie Football Teams and Gene Carson (Accokeek, Md.), Geordan Clark (White Plains, Md.), William Flowers (Baltimore, Md.) and Victor Mack (Odenton, Md.) are among the honorees. Devon Hunt (Shaw) and Stevie Green (Fayetteville State) highlight this season's rookie squad as Defensive and Offensive Rookies of the Year. Freshman middle linebacker Devon Hunt of Shaw University has been announced this year's Defensive Rookie of the Year. Also named to the All-CIAA Second Team, Hunt accounted for 57 total tackles, including 28 solo, for an average 8.1 tackles per game. He was named Rookie of the Week twice and Linebacker of the Week once. The 2016 Offensive Rookie of the Year is running back Stevie Green of Fayetteville State University. The redshirt freshman ranks #4 in the conference with 866 rushing yards, an average 123.7 yards per game. Green has scored 4 touchdowns in conference play with high longest carry reaching 76 yards. On Saturday, November 12 the Rams of Winston-Salem State will take on the Bulldogs of Bowie State for the 2016 CIAA Football Championship title. The contest, a repeat of last year's championship ... (BSU Bulldogs)

Nov 24, 2016

Bowie State University Bulldogs Athletics

Football Coaches Association and Sports Information Directors Association, announces the 2016 CIAA All-Rookie Football Teams and Gene Carson (Accokeek, Md.), Geordan Clark (White Plains, Md.), William Flowers (Baltimore, Md.) and Victor Mack (Odenton, Md.) are among the honorees. Devon Hunt (Shaw) and Stevie Green (Fayetteville State) highlight this season's rookie squad as Defensive and Offensive Rookies of the Year. Freshman middle linebacker Devon Hunt of Shaw University has been announced this year's Defensive Rookie of the Year. Also named to the All-CIAA Second Team, Hunt accounted for 57 total tackles, including 28 solo, for an average 8.1 tackles per game. He was named Rookie of the Week twice and Linebacker of the Week once. The 2016 Offensive Rookie of the Year is running back Stevie Green of Fayetteville State University. The redshirt freshman ranks #4 in the conference with 866 rushing yards, an average 123.7 yards per game. Green has scored 4 touchdowns in conference play with high longest carry reaching 76 yards. On Saturday, November 12 the Rams of Winston-Salem State will take on the Bulldogs of Bowie State for the 2016 CIAA Football Championship title. The contest, a repeat of last year's championship ... (Carson, Clark, Flowers ... - BSU Bulldogs)

Feb 3, 2016

Prince George's County home sales

Black Knight Financial Services. For information about other residential real estate transactions, visit www.washingtonpost.com/homesales. ACCOKEEK AREA Carlee Ct., 15701-CVF II Residential Investments I. Corp. and Brighton Real Estate Services Corp. to Horniman and Felicia Orjisson, $475,000. Port Commerce Ct., 13717-NVR Inc. to Sarah Crumbley, $373,535. ADELPHI AREA Amherst Rd., 1604-Chuan and Diane Shi to Ismael Barreto Reyeros, $275,000. Edwards Way, 9250, No. 101-A-Kaydeon Laquaine Taylor to Department of Housing and Urban Development & Urban Development, $141,000. Kirston St., 2502-Jose B. Caballero and Jose B. Chavez to Amrita S. Gomes, Lina F. Gomez and Lina F. Gomes, $175,000. Metzerott Rd., 1836, No. 1719-Bayview Loan Servicing Corp. to Abebe Zewde, $56,500. 23rd Ave., 7605-Leon G. and Julieta Sacro to Jose C. Rios and Maria Antonieta Rodriguez, $230,000. BELTSVILLE AREA Blueridge Dr., 11500-Gracianie Bosquet and Gracianie Dariste to Jose M. Martinez and Ana Diaz Rojas, $320,000. Greenmount Ave., 13014-Jamienguyen to Ruben M. Aguilar and Juana Arevalo, $349,000. Romlon St., 4409-Federal National Mortgage Association to Eva Rodriguez, $69,900. Stephen Lane, 11309-Kaycie Marie Williard and the estate of David Alan Willard...