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HCC drops national tourney opener

November 17, 2011

Thursday, November 17, 2011


TOLEDO, Ohio — The Hagerstown Community College volleyball team was swept on Thursday in its first match of NJCAA Division II National Volleyball tournament at Owens Community College.

The 14th-seeded Hawks were defeated 25-11, 25-14, 25-12 to third-seeded Iowa Lakes Community College in the tournament’s opener. No details were available at press time.

The Hawks will face Johnson City (Kan.) today at 10 a.m. in the second round.


Highland View 75, Frederick Force 26

HAGERSTOWN — Justin Osoro scored a game-high 30 points and added 14 rebounds for a double-double to lead Highland View Academy to a season-opening win over Frederick Force.

Daniel Tulloch had 25 points and four assists and Paris Ritter had eight points and 17 rebounds for the Tartans (1-0).


Frederick Force 53, Highland View 9

HAGERSTOWN — Courtney Tooley scored three points for Highland View Academy (0-1) in a season-opening loss to Frederick Force.


Track officials meeting

The Western Maryland Track and Field Officials Association hold an informational orientation to the “Art of Track and Field Officiating” at Hagerstown Community College on Dec. 7 in Room 220 of the AARC.

Maryland State Track and Field Rules Interpreter Steve Smith will be the guest speaker. The presentation will include rule changes for the upcoming 2011-12 indoor and outdoor track seasons.

For additional information, contact Anita Smith at or Nick Snyder at

Suns collect toys for tots

The Hagerstown Suns will partner with the Marine Corps Reserve to be an official drop-off location for Toys For Tots.

Donations of new, unwrapped toys can be made in the Suns front office before Dec. 22 between the hours of 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays. The gifts will be sent to local social welfare agencies and churches to distribute to needy children on Christmas Day.

Toys For Tots is the Marine Corps premier community action program. Annually an average of 15,000,000 toys is distributed to needy children over the holidays. For more information visit

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