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NEWS
March 7, 2001
HCC's Branham, Tabron choose Division I schools Guards have long been the featured players for the Hagerstown Community College basketball team. Now, they are branching out to other programs. Two of HCC's featured players plan to be featured somewhere else after making verbal commitments to NCAA Division I four-year schools on Tuesday. Point guard Eric Branham has chosen to play for Virginia Tech next year while shooting guard Corey Tabron will be headed to American University.
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SPORTS
By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | November 28, 2012
It became one of the most lopsided final scores ever between Hagerstown Community College and Allegany College of Maryland. The Hawks continued along the unbeaten trail with their ninth straight win as they fashioned a 106-57 victory over Allegany in a Maryland JuCo Conference men's basketball game Wednesday night at HCC. “We could play (Allegany) three more times this year so this is important to get the first punch in against them,” HCC coach Barry Brown said. The Hawks shot a sizzling 62.3 percent, hitting 43 of 69 from the floor, including 13 of 23 from 3-point range.
SPORTS
By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | March 4, 2012
Devin Miller has a short memory. That's probably what many will gladly remember about him once he finally leaves Hagerstown Community College. Miller, using every ounce of his shooter's mentality, got past his offensive struggles just at the right time on Sunday. The sophomore scored eight straight points in a three-minute stretch late in the second half to bring HCC from behind and set up a final defensive stand to earn a 79-74 victory over Allegany College to win a second straight NJCAA Region XX Division I Tournament title.
NEWS
BY BOB PARASILITI | March 4, 2002
The Hagerstown Community College men's basketball team spent 40 minutes doing everything humanly possible to win a regional championship. Unfortunately for the Hawks, the title game lasted 45 minutes. Allegany College, which came within on shot and three seconds of elimination, hit three consecutive 3-pointers in the first two minutes of overtime Sunday to wrestle the Region XX Division I title away from the Hawks by a 81-73 count at the HCC athletic complex. Only bad luck and nerves kept the Hawks from upsetting the nation's No. 8-ranked JuCo team for the second time in five weeks.
NEWS
BY BOB PARASILITI | March 4, 2002
They call him "Noodles. " It might be because of Mark Jennings' tall, lanky form. It could be because of how the Hagerstown Community College sophomore forward bends and contorts his body to get off jump shots. Or it could be because he's the perfect ingredient in the Hawks' game plan. After all, Noodles make either a great side dish or a hearty main course. Jennings is the staple to HCC's success this season, mainly because of his versatility. He has acquired a knack for blending in most instances, while becoming dominant when he's needed the most.
NEWS
BY BOB PARASILITI | March 5, 2002
In the end, all the Hagerstown Community College basketball team could do is sit and stare on Sunday. The game was over. The presentations were done. The Hawks - to a man, coaches and players alike - were motionlessly glued to their seats as if all feeling left their bodies and all reality had left their heads. Their expressions were blank and their eyes were as empty as the athletic complex floor they had just finished playing on. It wasn't so much that HCC lost the Region XX Division I tournament title to arch-rival Allegany College by an 81-73 count.
NEWS
By CHRIS CARTER / Staff Correspondent | November 29, 2007
If ESPN personality Dick Vitale had dropped by the Hagerstown Community College athletic complex Wednesday night to witness the final minute of the Hawks' women's basketball game against Allegany College, he likely would have classified Cara Thompson as a "Diaper Dandy. " Vitale coined the term to describe an outstanding freshman, and it certainly would have fit for Thompson, who blocked the potential go-ahead shot, hauled in the clinching rebound and hit four free throws - all in the last 30 seconds - to help the Hawks edge the Trojans 61-58 in the Maryland JuCo Conference opener for both teams.
NEWS
by BOB PARASILITI | January 31, 2005
bobp@herald-mail.com Times change. So do rivalries. It used to be that a Hagerstown Community College game with Allegany College had so much drama and tension, it made Law & Order look like Laurel & Hardy. Allegany seemed to have an annual pass to first place in the Maryland JuCo Conference standings and a standing reservation for a slot in the national rankings. HCC was the Trojans' biggest nemesis, trying to pull the rug out from under them. That was then.
NEWS
by BOB PARASILITI | February 17, 2003
bobp@herald-mail.com Usually, barometer readings from Cumberland, Md., give indications of possible snowfall. Kenny Keyes will be taking a couple of readings of his own today to see if Hagerstown Community College is able to avoid an avalanche. The first is the weather, just to see if HCC will be able to play Allegany College today at 7 p.m. in the second of a possible four meetings of the two teams. Things snowballed for Keyes, the HCC coach, in the first meeting as he sat through a 95-64 home loss to the Trojans on Jan. 17. The second reading comes on the improvement meter.
NEWS
January 25, 1999
By BOB PARASILITI / Staff Writer photo: KEVIN G. GILBERT / staff photographer There's foul shooting, and then there's foul shooting. On Sunday, Allegany College did a goodly amount of the former while Hagerstown Community College did an unsettling amount of the latter. The best things in life are really free as the Trojans hit 26 of 32 free throws in the second half while HCC, at times, had trouble finding the rim in a physical, tightly contested 83-78 Maryland JuCo Conference victory at HCC's athletic complex.
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