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December 23, 2000
'Dogs barking again in AVL By CURT HORNBECKER / Staff Correspondent A basketball team can tell its in trouble when its turnovers outnumber its points. Just ask the St. Maria Goretti girls. "They took it to us from the opening tip," said coach Todd Rideout after his Gaels were demolished 75-35 by No. 4 Martinsburg in an Apple Valley League game Friday night. The Bulldogs' man-to-man pressure defense wreaked havoc on the overmatched Gaels, forcing 38 turnovers, many of which were converted to easy buckets.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | February 2, 2007
The Hedgesville girls basketball team shook off a slow start late in the first quarter, using an 11-0 run to spark the No. 2 Eagles' 53-31 victory over St. Maria Goretti and clinch the Apple Valley League title Thursday at the Gael Center. Goretti (13-6, 1-5) led 9-8 with 1 minutes, 17 seconds remaining in the first quarter when Hedgesville (13-4, 6-0) made its move. Ciera Nicholson scored a bucket and Ashton Butler made a layup to put the Eagles in front 12-9 at the end of the period.
NEWS
September 23, 2009
PREP GOLF Apple Valley League Championships at The Woods Golf Course, par 36 Teams: Jefferson 167, Berkeley Springs 174, Hedgesville 174, Saint Maria Goretti 177, Martinsburg 178, Musselman 178. Jefferson: Chris Payne 38, Richard 41, Carter 44, Metz 44. Berkeley Springs (29-22-1): Dylan Beddow 38, Zach Solomon 41, Zach Appel 47, Andrew Brock 48, Matt Walters 48. Hedgesville: Cody Euler 38, Grove 43, Adams 44, Yates 49. Goretti: Dan Rost 38, Emily Steiner 45, J.R. Everett 47, Gabrielle McDermott 47. Martinsburg: Eric Mathias 39, Steckman 39, Wilson 44. Musselman: LaRose 40, Barrett 45, Frame 46, Mick Mcfarland 47. Notes: Chris Payne, Cody Euler, Dan Rost, Dylan Beddow, Eric Mathias, LaRose made All-Apple Valley League.
NEWS
January 18, 2001
Local Roundup - Eagles flying high in AVL GIRLS BASKETBALL HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Megan Bloomer had 16 points, including three 3-pointers, and also grabbed 10 rebounds as Hedgesville stayed perfect in the Apple Valley League with a 53-39 victory over St. Maria Goretti on Thursday night. Tiffany Linn also had a double-double for the Eagles (8-3, 3-0) with 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Cathy Ashley had 10 points for Hedgesville. For Goretti (8-6, 2-2), Brett Stone had a game-high 19 points and Lauren Costello added 10 points.
NEWS
By ANDREW MASON | April 17, 2008
SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Five up, five down. The Jefferson boys track and field team edged Hedgesville 114 1/2 to 111 1/2 to win the Apple Valley League championships Wednesday and remain undefeated on the season through five meets. The Cougars' mission: "To win all the rest," Jefferson junior Keenan DeLawder said. "We're well-rounded and everybody works hard in practice," he said. Jefferson also won the girls team title, outscoring runner-up Martinsburg 126 1/2 to 84. "We're just having fun right now," Jefferson coach John Serian said.
NEWS
September 25, 2008
PREP GOLF Jefferson had the only golfer to break par, which was the key factor for the Cougars as they won the Apple Valley League championship on Wednesday at Beaver Creek Country Club. Senior Bryan Milburn posted two birdies down the stretch of the 9-hole tournament for a 1-under-par 35, pacing the Cougars' team total of 166, five shots ahead of Martinsburg. Sitting a 1-over par, Milburn birdied the par-5, 490-yard 15th hole and followed with another birdie on the par-3, 195-yard 16th hole.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | December 3, 2006
In the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, Martinsburg, Jefferson and Hedgesville have been accepted into the Potomac Valley Conference following the demise of the Cumberland Valley Athletic League. When Hampshire dropped out of the CVAL, it left those schools, along with Musselman and Fort Hill, without a league affiliation this year. "We were looking for a new league for competition for our athletes," said Martinsburg athletic director Greg Reed. "We joined to help alleviate the scheduling problems in all sports of teams dodging us. But we did so with the idea of there being more than four Class AAA schools.
NEWS
by DAN KAUFFMAN | September 23, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com As far as coaching gigs go, Christy Faller can't complain about the one she walked into this summer. Faller, an Urbana High School graduate who earned Frederick County Player of the Year honors in 1998, took over the reins of the Boonsboro program this summer - a program that has been knocking on the door of state Class 1A queen Williamsport for the last two years. "I knew there was a lot of talent on this team," said Faller, who spent time coaching in Pittsburgh two years ago. "The prior coaches were able to establish a middle school program and a club ball team.
NEWS
September 25, 2005
PREP CROSS COUNTRY CARLISLE, Pa. - Chambersburg junior Sarah Morrison won the Girls Reebok Challenge to lead the Trojans to the team title in the elite race at Saturday's Carlisle Invitational. Morrison covered the 3.1-mile course in 18 minutes, 30 seconds. Teammate Brooke Jacobs was 19th in 19:40 and Cecelia Forshee was 20th in 19:41. Ali Lambert (19:58) and Haley Thomas (20:00) rounded out the top five. Greencastle's Tim Wertner was first among local finishers in the Boys Reebok Challenge in 16:19, good for 11th place.
NEWS
By ANDREW MASON | December 11, 2007
Standing on the starting line for the Class AA-A girls race at the West Virginia state cross country championships on Oct. 27, Rachel Buser felt the pressure. "I was extremely nervous. I've never been that nervous before," the Berkeley Springs senior said. "I should have been thinking more positively, but I wasn't. " Buser, who entered the race as the three-time reigning state champion, had reason to be concerned. Not only had she lost to other West Virginia girls for the first time during the season, she had collapsed while running during two of the setbacks.
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NEWS
September 23, 2009
PREP GOLF Apple Valley League Championships at The Woods Golf Course, par 36 Teams: Jefferson 167, Berkeley Springs 174, Hedgesville 174, Saint Maria Goretti 177, Martinsburg 178, Musselman 178. Jefferson: Chris Payne 38, Richard 41, Carter 44, Metz 44. Berkeley Springs (29-22-1): Dylan Beddow 38, Zach Solomon 41, Zach Appel 47, Andrew Brock 48, Matt Walters 48. Hedgesville: Cody Euler 38, Grove 43, Adams 44, Yates 49. Goretti: Dan Rost 38, Emily Steiner 45, J.R. Everett 47, Gabrielle McDermott 47. Martinsburg: Eric Mathias 39, Steckman 39, Wilson 44. Musselman: LaRose 40, Barrett 45, Frame 46, Mick Mcfarland 47. Notes: Chris Payne, Cody Euler, Dan Rost, Dylan Beddow, Eric Mathias, LaRose made All-Apple Valley League.
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NEWS
September 25, 2008
PREP GOLF Jefferson had the only golfer to break par, which was the key factor for the Cougars as they won the Apple Valley League championship on Wednesday at Beaver Creek Country Club. Senior Bryan Milburn posted two birdies down the stretch of the 9-hole tournament for a 1-under-par 35, pacing the Cougars' team total of 166, five shots ahead of Martinsburg. Sitting a 1-over par, Milburn birdied the par-5, 490-yard 15th hole and followed with another birdie on the par-3, 195-yard 16th hole.
NEWS
By ANDREW MASON | April 17, 2008
SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Five up, five down. The Jefferson boys track and field team edged Hedgesville 114 1/2 to 111 1/2 to win the Apple Valley League championships Wednesday and remain undefeated on the season through five meets. The Cougars' mission: "To win all the rest," Jefferson junior Keenan DeLawder said. "We're well-rounded and everybody works hard in practice," he said. Jefferson also won the girls team title, outscoring runner-up Martinsburg 126 1/2 to 84. "We're just having fun right now," Jefferson coach John Serian said.
NEWS
By ANDREW MASON | December 11, 2007
Standing on the starting line for the Class AA-A girls race at the West Virginia state cross country championships on Oct. 27, Rachel Buser felt the pressure. "I was extremely nervous. I've never been that nervous before," the Berkeley Springs senior said. "I should have been thinking more positively, but I wasn't. " Buser, who entered the race as the three-time reigning state champion, had reason to be concerned. Not only had she lost to other West Virginia girls for the first time during the season, she had collapsed while running during two of the setbacks.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | February 2, 2007
The Hedgesville girls basketball team shook off a slow start late in the first quarter, using an 11-0 run to spark the No. 2 Eagles' 53-31 victory over St. Maria Goretti and clinch the Apple Valley League title Thursday at the Gael Center. Goretti (13-6, 1-5) led 9-8 with 1 minutes, 17 seconds remaining in the first quarter when Hedgesville (13-4, 6-0) made its move. Ciera Nicholson scored a bucket and Ashton Butler made a layup to put the Eagles in front 12-9 at the end of the period.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | December 3, 2006
In the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, Martinsburg, Jefferson and Hedgesville have been accepted into the Potomac Valley Conference following the demise of the Cumberland Valley Athletic League. When Hampshire dropped out of the CVAL, it left those schools, along with Musselman and Fort Hill, without a league affiliation this year. "We were looking for a new league for competition for our athletes," said Martinsburg athletic director Greg Reed. "We joined to help alleviate the scheduling problems in all sports of teams dodging us. But we did so with the idea of there being more than four Class AAA schools.
NEWS
September 25, 2005
PREP CROSS COUNTRY CARLISLE, Pa. - Chambersburg junior Sarah Morrison won the Girls Reebok Challenge to lead the Trojans to the team title in the elite race at Saturday's Carlisle Invitational. Morrison covered the 3.1-mile course in 18 minutes, 30 seconds. Teammate Brooke Jacobs was 19th in 19:40 and Cecelia Forshee was 20th in 19:41. Ali Lambert (19:58) and Haley Thomas (20:00) rounded out the top five. Greencastle's Tim Wertner was first among local finishers in the Boys Reebok Challenge in 16:19, good for 11th place.
NEWS
by DAN KAUFFMAN | September 23, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com As far as coaching gigs go, Christy Faller can't complain about the one she walked into this summer. Faller, an Urbana High School graduate who earned Frederick County Player of the Year honors in 1998, took over the reins of the Boonsboro program this summer - a program that has been knocking on the door of state Class 1A queen Williamsport for the last two years. "I knew there was a lot of talent on this team," said Faller, who spent time coaching in Pittsburgh two years ago. "The prior coaches were able to establish a middle school program and a club ball team.
NEWS
January 18, 2001
Local Roundup - Eagles flying high in AVL GIRLS BASKETBALL HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Megan Bloomer had 16 points, including three 3-pointers, and also grabbed 10 rebounds as Hedgesville stayed perfect in the Apple Valley League with a 53-39 victory over St. Maria Goretti on Thursday night. Tiffany Linn also had a double-double for the Eagles (8-3, 3-0) with 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Cathy Ashley had 10 points for Hedgesville. For Goretti (8-6, 2-2), Brett Stone had a game-high 19 points and Lauren Costello added 10 points.
NEWS
December 23, 2000
'Dogs barking again in AVL By CURT HORNBECKER / Staff Correspondent A basketball team can tell its in trouble when its turnovers outnumber its points. Just ask the St. Maria Goretti girls. "They took it to us from the opening tip," said coach Todd Rideout after his Gaels were demolished 75-35 by No. 4 Martinsburg in an Apple Valley League game Friday night. The Bulldogs' man-to-man pressure defense wreaked havoc on the overmatched Gaels, forcing 38 turnovers, many of which were converted to easy buckets.
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