Hawks top seed in Region XX tourney

February 21, 2011

Monday, February 21, 2011


Hagerstown Community College earned the top seed for this weekend’s NJCAA Region XX Tournament, which will be played this weekend at the HCC athletic complex.

The Hawks, who were 5-0 in region games this season, will play fourth-seeded Allegany on Saturday at 7 p.m. in the second semifinal. No. 2 Frederick will matchup with Vincennes (Ind.) at 5 p.m.

The two winners will meet on Sunday will play for the region title and a berth in the national tournament.

HCC will also host the Division II and III tournaments, which begin on Thursday.


Alternate date set for Berkeley Springs playoff

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Berkeley Springs is scheduled to host Petersburg tonight in the first round of the West Virginia Class AA Region II Section 1 playoffs.

But if weather cancels school today, the game will be played Wednesday night, Indians coach Dale McCumbee said.

If Berkeley Springs wins, it will play again at home Thursday.


Tri-State dates

Dates for the upcoming Tri-State Junior Golf Association have been firmed up with five events.

They are: June 20 at Waynesboro Country Club; June 27 at Fountain Head Country Club; July 18 at Black Rock Country Club; July 25 at Chambersburg Country Club and Aug. 15 at Beaver Creek Country Club.

Players who have not participated in past Tri-State events can join the tour by contacting director Bill Hoffman at 301-991-6734.

For information to become a sponsor or a volunteer with the tour, contact Hoffman.


Three place in state tournament

WESTMINSTER, Md. — Kobe Baker of Williamsport finished second in the 12U 115-pound division to lead three area wrestlers who placed on Sunday in the Maryland State Wrestling Association Championships at Shipley Arena.

Dalton Hawkins of Boonsboro finished third at 115 pounds in 14U, while Ryan Kolich of Smithsburg was fourth at 122 pounds in 12U.


Cheerleading clinic

Penn State Mont Alto will host a cheerleading clinic on March 19.

Participants will learn cheers, jumps, tumbling, and stunts. No prior cheerleading experience is necessary. 


The clinic will run from 2-5 p.m. Registration opens at 1 p.m. with an entry fee of  $20 per participant, which includes a T-shirt. All participants must be accompanied by a parent/guardian to register on the day of the clinic.  

Participants can pre-register until March 1 to ensure the participant’s preferred T-shirt size.  

To register or for information, contact Penn State Mont Alto cheerleading coach Christina Yoder at

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