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Personal Sports Archive: Jan / Feb / March 2010

Tennis Center Set For Troy Hill Park
After years of planning and lobbying by the Howard County Tennis Patrons, the Troy Park Tennis & Sports Center, complete with 18 outdoor and 11 indoor tennis courts, is finally becoming a reality on 14 acres of Troy Hill Regional Park. 

Golfing Green: Frost Delay Must Be Obeyed
There’s one thing that can keep even the most ardent golfer from his early morning tee time in early spring -- a frost delay.

Orioles Greats Highlight National Collectors Convention
Headlining the list of guests scheduled to sign autographs at the 31st National Sports Collectors Convention in August event are Brooks Robinson, Cal Ripken Jr., Frank Robinson, Jim Palmer, Eddie Murray and Earl Weaver.

Golfing Green: Get Early Start For Better Game
While ideal weather is a few months away, now is the perfect time to set some golfing resolutions for the new year.

Angler's Journal: Leave It To The Beavers
There are few maxims in angling, but the fact that fish of all sorts love to hang out with beavers is one all anglers can count on.

Not All Sponsors Bailing On Tiger
Despite corporate giants Accenture and AT&T severing ties with Tiger Woods, other prominent companies, such as Upper Deck, EA Sports and Nike, have announced continued support for the world's No. 1 golfer.

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