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Susie Hoffman | Around Funkstown | May 7, 2013
The Antietam Creek Watershed Alliance will host the following speakers at Funkstown Town Hall, 30 E. Baltimore St. The events are free and open to the public: • Thursday, May 16  - “Recreational Fishing Opportunities on the Antietam;” learn about fishing by wading or by boat on Antietam Creek; presented by Mike Dudash, environmental educator from River and Trail Outfitters; 7 p.m. • Thursday, June 13 - “Becoming Bay-Wise: Creating Healthy,...
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SPORTS
By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | May 6, 2013
On a cold Monday afternoon, the North Hagerstown baseball team got that warm and fuzzy feeling by clinching the MVAL Antietam Conference championship with a 13-6 victory over Clear Spring. “Winning the conference was one of our three goals at the beginning of the year,” North coach Drew Crawford said. The Hubs (17-2, 11-2) slammed out 14 hits and took advantage of eight walks and five Clear Spring errors, while using a much-welcomed pitching performance from John Britton. Mark Grunberg ripped a grand slam in the fifth inning and Andrew Yacyk and Austin Stone each hit their third homers of the year in back-to-back style in the seventh inning.
LIFESTYLE
May 6, 2013
Members of Boy Scout Troop 412 were involved in a service project with the MS Walk at Antietam National Battlefield on April 27. The Scouts assisted with the logistical operations of the event and practiced the Leave No Trace principle by ensuring the area was cleaner and free of trash than when the event began. The Scouts are, front row, from left, Devonte Johnson, Sean Maguire and Joshua Macias. Back row, Ryan Maguire, Bill Taylor (scoutmaster), Kole Faokunla, Kevin Macias and Michele Taylor (assistant scoutmaster)
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | julieg@herald-mail.com | May 6, 2013
"Gods and Generals" author Jeff Shaara announced Monday he would match up to $5,000 in contributions to help fund a documentary about the Antietam National Battlefield Memorial Illumination. Former Hagerstown resident Michael Wicklein is producing a feature-length documentary about the annual December illumination and the stories behind the luminarias. During the annual December event, volunteers place 23,000 luminarias at Antietam National Battlefield to represent the casualties from the bloodiest single-day battle on American soil.
SPORTS
By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | May 4, 2013
If ever there were a time when North Hagerstown's baseball team needs to get healthy, it would be now. North coach Drew Crawford has resorted to start pulling starting pitching names out of helmet because of a number minor injuries to the Hubs' regular staff. Now, with the Hubs facing a must-win situation against Clear Spring on Monday, Crawford is hoping one of his top starters will be ready to face the Blazers with the MVAL Antietam title at stake. North's lead has diminished to one game after Saturday's 10-3 loss to Catoctin in Thurmont.
SPORTS
May 4, 2013
Saturday, May 4, 2013 PREP SOFTBALL THURMONT, Md. - Catoctin clinched the MVAL Antietam Conference title outright on Saturday with a 6-1 victory over North Hagerstown. Rhianna Drieu scattered six hits for the Cougars (17-1, 13-0), allowing a run in the fourth inning when North (9-6, 9-3) tied the game, 1-1. Kaliah Frost doubled to lead off, Lauren Harbaugh sacrificed Frost to third, who then scored on an infield ground out by Rachel Thomas. Catoctin took a 3-1 lead in the fourth and added two more runs in the fifth inning.
SPORTS
By ANDREW MASON | andrewm@herald-mail.com | May 3, 2013
Williamsport's Jesse Zeger and Cody Grams both found their form at the right time as the Wildcats successfully defended their boys team title at the MVAL Antietam Conference Track & Field Championships on Friday evening at Oakdale High School. Zeger was the champion in both 110-meter hurdles (15.46 seconds) and 300 hurdles (41.30). “Two weeks ago at Walkersville (at the Talley Zimmerman Invitational), I didn't even make the finals of the 110 hurdles and was only fourth in the 300 hurdles,” Zeger said.
SPORTS
By BRETT NIEVES | brett.nieves@herald-mail.com | May 2, 2013
North Hagerstown clinched the MVAL Antietam title Thursday with a 20-5 victory over Boonsboroto finish the conference season undefeated. The Hubs opened the game at a frenetic pace, scoring five goals in a four-minute span, and never took their foot off the accelerator. “We wanted to set the tempo of the game at the beginning because we knew Boonsboro has been working really hard, so we wanted to establish a quick lead,” said North coach Rob Compton. North (11-0, 5-0) recorded its first goal at the 22:51 mark on freshman Natalie Karlen's score.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | matthewu@herald-mail.com | May 1, 2013
Marcy Fleeharty had no idea her great aunt had multiple sclerosis until only days before Saturday's Walk MS Hagerstown at Antietam National Battlefield. Fleeharty, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., said she already had decided to take part in Saturday's walk for her friend's mother, who was diagnosed with the chronic, often disabling disease. “Two days ago, talking to my mother, I found out my grandmother's sister had MS. I had no clue,” Fleeharty said. “The fact that the walks are designed to bring awareness works,” Fleeharty said as she and her friend, Lindsay Unger, finished the last several yards of the walk.
SPORTS
May 1, 2013
Wednesday, May 1, 2013 PREP BASEBALL Josh Miller pitched a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts as Smithsburg edged South Hagerstown 4-3 in the MVAL Antietam on Wednesday. J.R. Rinehart and Justin Smith had two hits each for the Leopards (6-10, 4-7). Timmy Kitchen had two hits for the Rebels (4-12, 1-9). Smithsburg    030    100    0    -     4    7    5 South    011    000    1    -     3    3    2 Miller and Durning.
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