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SPORTS
By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | January 16, 2012
Allegany College put the Hagerstown Community College men's basketball team to the test on Monday. The Hawks failed. In fact, they didn't even looked like they studied. The Trojans took the game to HCC by taking it away from the Hawks from the start, controlling the tempo and flow to methodically scratch out a 86-78 Maryland JuCo Conference victory at the HCC athletic complex. Allegany's exam came in three parts and HCC acted like it needed CliffsNotes to have a clue. “We didn't play consistent defense, we didn't rebound well and we didn't make our foul shots,” said HCC coach Barry Brown.
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OBITUARIES
September 30, 2011
Judith Ann (Newcomb) Faulkner, 70, of Hagerstown, died Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011, at her home. Born April 19, 1941, in Keyser, W.Va., she was the daughter of the late Vincent and Viola (Coleman) Newcomb. Judith was a graduate of Keyser High School and went on to attend Allegany College of Maryland. She retired as an operating room technician at Sacred Heart Hospital in Cumberland, Md. She enjoyed reading books and caring for plants and animals. Judith was preceded in death by her loving husband, Perry Brooks Faulkner, who died in 1983.
EDUCATION
June 17, 2011
The following local students recently graduated from Allegany College of Maryland:  Larae Allen of Hagerstown, general studies  Anastasia Andrews of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., dental hygiene  Lindsay Ashbaugh of Hagerstown, dental hygiene  Chad Bowman of Hagerstown, nursing  Rebecca Carl of Hagerstown, dental hygiene  Amanda Decker of Warfordsburg, Pa., medical assistant  Dorothy Hakakian of Warfordsburg, nursing...
EDUCATION
May 30, 2011
Hager Chapter, International Association of Administrative Professionals, Hagerstown, awarded its 2011-12 scholarship to Jessica Spalding of Westernport, Md.   Spalding will enter her fourth year at Allegany College of Maryland, where she is pursuing studies in the medical office assistant program. Hager Chapter is an affiliate of the IAAP, the recognized leader of administrative professionals.   For more information about Hager Chapter educational and scholarship opportunities, contact Melissa Day at mlday@bechtel.com .
NEWS
March 30, 2011
The Hager Chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals annually awards a $500 scholarship to a qualified applicant who is pursuing a career as an administrative professional.   The scholarship is based on professional goals, academic achievement and financial need. A recipient must have applied, have been accepted or currently attend the following schools and be enrolled in the specified programs: • Allegany College of Maryland, Medical Assistant Program, Office Technologies Program • Frederick Community College, Medical Administrative Specialist Certificate • Hagerstown Community College, Administrative Assistant Certificate, Administrative Assistant Letter of Recognition • Kaplan University, Medical Billing and Coding Certificate, Medical Transcription Program, Medical Office Management Certificate  Deadline for the receipt of applications is April 22.  For an application and further information, contact Melissa Day at 301-228-7118 or e-mail at mlday@bechtel.com .
SPORTS
By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | February 26, 2011
The Hagerstown Community College men’s basketball team worked hard and saw the fruits of its labor. Allegany College just labored. HCC used a stifling defense to create three scoring droughts for Allegany that provided a huge cushion for the Hawks in their 79-68 victory in the semifinals of the Region XX Division I tournament at the HCC athletic complex. When it came down to it, the Hawks worked hard to score; the Trojans worked harder while not scoring. “It was all about our defensive intensity and being smart against a great player like Derrell Armstrong,” said HCC coach Barry Brown.
SPORTS
February 12, 2011
Saturday, February 12, 2011 MEN’S BASKETBALL CUMBERLAND, Md. — Allegany College unloaded its best punch to open the game, but it wasn’t enough to take down the Hagerstown Community College men’s basketball team. Allegany ran to a 11-2 lead off the opening tip, but couldn’t hold on as the Hawks grinded out a 69-63 win on Saturday to close the Maryland JuCo Conference season and solidify themselves as the top seed in this week’s conference tournament.
SPORTS
By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | January 22, 2011
Allegany College of Maryland became the latest casualty of Hagerstown Community College’s personal war. “We have had some adversity,” HCC coach Barry Brown said. “We have been trying to play against ourselves and against the game of basketball. We are trying to learn to play more consistently against every opponent. Tonight, the opponent just happened to be Allegany.” The Hawks took no prisoners on Saturday. HCC controlled the paint and the backboards to choke off the Trojans’ offense and score a convincing 81-64 Maryland JuCo Conference victory at the HCC athletic complex.
NEWS
March 7, 2009
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL FREDERICK, Md. -- Melissa Ford had 24 points, and undefeated Allegany College (27-0) defeated Hagerstown Community College 58-48 in the semifinals of the Region XX Tournament at Frederick Community College on Saturday. "We gave a tremendous defensive effort," Hawks coach Marlys Palmer said. "Allegany's averaging like 75 or 80 points per game. ... They have a very balanced team, they have more size we do, they can score many different ways. They're the No. 1 seed and undefeated for a reason.
NEWS
February 21, 2009
MEN'S BASKETBALL LARGO, Md. -- Jeff Early had 16 points and T.J. Granger added 14 points to help Allegany College (24-5) defeat Hagerstown Community College 80-75 on Saturday in the semifinals of the Maryland JuCo Tournament at Prince George's Community College. Amaurys Fermin had 16 points and 11 assists to pace the Hawks (21-8), who had five players score in double figures. Jordan Brooks had 13 points, Raylin Brown had 12 points and three steals, Jeremy Myers had 12 points and five steals, and Raasan Young added 10 points, six rebounds and three blocks.
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