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Hawks, Rams earn academic honors

August 12, 2010
  • The Northwestern Mutual softball team went 26-1 this season to capture its fourth Hub City League title in the last five years. From left to right: Front row -- Brian Moreland (manager), Tay Hill, JoJo Mullinex, Ed Lough (sponsor), Chris Chaney, Donnie Crawford (coach), Claude Mullinex (coach), Dane Durinzi and Frankie Robinson (bat boy). Back row -- Rocky Wills, Scott Morrison, Tommy Brown, Jason Harrison, Mitch Schwartzback, Skeeboat Kretzer (scorekeeper), Jeff Johnson, Jerome Patterson, Curty Myers, Chad Hartman, Frankie Robinson and Jason Gross. Not pictured -- Johnny Hartle, Rodney Heller, Tommy McClintock, and Rick Schriever.
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County track athletes star in classroom

Four members of the Hagerstown Community College track and field program earned Academic All-American honors for the spring season.

All four also are Washington County high school graduates --Wade Miller (Clear Spring), Jamie Wisz (Smithsburg), Stephen Ingraham (Williamsport) and Corey Centofonti (Smithsburg).

16 Shepherd athletes receive achievement awards

CLEVELAND -- Sixteen Shepherd University athletes have earned the Division II Athletic Directors Association's Academic Achievement Awards for the 2009-10 school year.

They are: Robert Ciancaglini (football), Brian Collins (baseball), Nichole Fusco (lacrosse), Brady Jackson (football), Ashtyn Lake (lacrosse), Amanda Lundstrom (soccer), Clara McGonigle (soccer), Brittany Moreland (tennis), Jonathan Motichka (basketball), Cara Parks (lacrosse), Julie Robertson (volleyball), Aaron Stenta (golf), Jeremy Thompson (golf), Chelsea Vallana-Wilcom (cheerleading), Sean Wiles (baseball) and Brett Zirkle (football).

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Spots still left in WACO field

Tournament director Rod Steiner said Wednesday night that several spots are still available for the 27th WACO Championship, which will be held at Beaver Creek Country Club on Saturday and Sunday.

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For information, call Steiner at 301-988-3635.

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