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Also tasting success was Charde Vaughan-Royes, of the City of Birmingham, who took the silver medal position in the In Age Grade 14 competition, as well as finishing with an individual apparatus first place on bars and beam.
Charde Houston scored a region-record 43 points Saturday night to lead San Diego High to a 71-61 victory over Long Beach Poly in a Southern Regional Division I girls' basketball championship game at the Sports Arena.
Gibson is the first Hound to be recognized as Freshman of the Year since Charde Floyd in 2005.
In hindsight, San Diego wasted little time in showing Hart (29-3) what kind of game it was going to be when McDonald's All-American guard Charde Houston hit a 3-pointer from about eight feet beyond the arc on the opening play of the game.
As a major health care benefits provider for more than a million members in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, we have a role in providing access to safe health care," said John Charde, M.
Among the prep school players to be inducted are Dick Stewart and Charde Floyd, both of Worcester Academy.
And San Diego's Charde Houston might be the best of them all.
7 by All Star Girls Report), who signed with Stanford, and Charde Houston (rated No.
According to John Charde, MD, chief medical officer for Health Net of the Northeast, Inc.
WARE John Charde Fogarty, 74, of 67 Church Street, died Tuesday, July 8, 2009 at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH.
Charde Houston, a 6-foot-1 San Diego High senior who made history as the first female basketball player to participate in the Adidas Big Time boys' basketball camp last summer, will make an official visit to UCLA next weekend.
Charde had been serving as vice president and senior medical director responsible for the supervision and implementation of PHS Health Plans' Quality Management and Initiatives program throughout Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey.
Olive Jar Studios, a company that helped build MTV's identity, is headed by Fred Macdonald and Matthew Charde.
With Plasski, fellow Northeast-10 All-Star Charde Floyd (torn ACL) and Molly Griffiths (back) injured, the Hounds lost four of their last five.