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by TIM KOELBLE | January 18, 2005
koelble@herald-mail.com The rubber match is on. Mark Feb. 15 on the calendar. That's when St. Maria Goretti goes to Martinsburg, and if it's anything like the first two games, bring along some Pepto-Bismol. Andrew Chambers had a rough night shooting, but it was a 3-pointer from the right wing he nailed with 2:35 remaining that gave Goretti a 51-48 lead and the No. 4 Gaels went on to a 59-50 victory over No. 6 Martinsburg in a nonleague boys basketball game Monday.
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January 3, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL TOWSON, Md. - St. Maria Goretti lost its second straight game, falling to Towson Catholic 64-30 on Sunday in the Baltimore Catholic League. The Gaels (8-5, 0-2) had only four players score, led by Joey Spierenburg's 12 points. Kevin Brashears and Gene Johnson shot a combined 0-for-18 from the floor. Towson Catholic (12-1, 2-0) took full command of the game in the second half, outscoring Goretti, 31-10. Marcus Green led the winners with 17 points.
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by TIM KOELBLE | September 30, 2004
koelble@herald-mail.com Washington County has two new boys basketball coaches for the 2004-05 season who are both ready to get things in gear when practice begins Nov. 15. Dennis Seman, 34, was hired at South Hagerstown to replace Bob Starkey, who moved on to Jefferson High School in West Virginia. Meanwhile, Williamsport has tabbed Scott Mowbray, 41, to succeed Deron Crawford, who accepted an administrative post in the Washington County school system. Seman comes to South with nine years of head coaching experience in Virginia before spending last year as an assistant coach to Todd Bono with the Frederick Community College women's team.
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by TIM KOELBLE | February 22, 2004
koelble@herald-mail.com St. Maria Goretti boys basketball coach Cokey Robertson has been stressing to his team this month that the basketball must be shot in order to score more points. Generally, that is not a new concept in basketball. What's new for the Gaels is that some players are listening. The Goretti offense has perked up since the start of February and it hit high gear Saturday with an 81-40 thrashing of Jefferson at the Gael Center. The Gaels are 7-2 this month, elevating their record to 16-13 after their fourth straight win heading into today's Baltimore Catholic League season finale at home against Calvert Hall.
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February 2, 2004
BOYS BASKETBALL TOWSON, Md. - St. Maria Goretti shut down Loyola Blakefield in the middle two periods on the way to a 57-49 victory Sunday in the Baltimore Catholic League. The Gaels (11-11, 2-8) roared back from a 17-11 deficit after one period to outscore the Dons (7-17, 0-9) 31-10 in the second and third periods. Mike Nelson led Goretti with 16 points and also pulled down eight rebounds. Joey Spierenburg had 12 points, including eight of Goretti's 13 in the second quarter.
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by TIM KOELBLE | January 26, 2004
koelble@herald-mail.com The Rudy Gay entourage, better known as Archbishop Spalding, came to town Sunday, but it was one of those players that doesn't get a lot of notice who helped make it a sour weekend at home for St. Maria Goretti. Marquis Sullivan knocked down 13 of his 17 points in the second period, sparking the Cavaliers to a 55-45 win over the Gaels in a Baltimore Catholic League game at the Gael Center. Goretti lost its second game in three days to one of the BCL's elite teams.
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by TIM KOELBLE | June 13, 2003
koelble@herald-mail.com Bruce Kelly's enthusiasm at St. John's at Prospect Hall might rival the same type of joy for a first newborn. Along with his colleagues on Butterfly Lane in Frederick, Md., Kelly is ecstatic that SJPH, for the first time, will have its boys athletic teams in a bona fide athletic conference. Friday was deadline day for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association and the Vikings took the appropriate steps to accept the MIAA board approval. Along with Key School of Annapolis, the MIAA has expanded to 28 schools in three divisions.
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February 12, 2003
BOYS BASKETBALL BRUNSWICK, Md. - Craig Wachter hit the game-winning 3-pointer with less than 20 seconds remaining as Brunswick stunned No. 4 Middletown, 71-68 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League on Tuesday night. Matt Feldman scored 18 of his team-high 31 points from beyond the 3-point line, and the Railroaders (11-7, 8-7) sank 9 of 16 from beyond the arc. Middletown (13-4, 10-2) grabbed the lead in the third quarter and watched it disappear as Brunswick stayed red hot offensively.
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February 10, 2003
Mother Nature made two major city rivalries wait for 24 more hours. Thanks to Friday's snowstorm, both the No. 5 North Hagerstown/South Hagerstown and No. 1 Thomas Johnson/No. 3 Frederick boys basketball matchups were rescheduled for this evening, along with several other prep contests. In town, the Rebels and Hubs will square off at North this evening at 6:30, following the completion of the girls game. In Frederick, the Patriots will put their undefeated record on the line on in the Cadets' gym tonight at 6 following the JV game.
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February 10, 2003
BOYS BASKETBALL BALTIMORE St. Maria Goretti continued its winning streak Sunday afternoon with a 54-44 victory over Loyola Blakefield with plenty of help from one of the youngsters. It was the sixth straight win for No. 2 Goretti. The Gaels (16-13, 4-8) emerged with a Baltimore Catholic League victory as sophomore Joey Spierenburg tossed in a career-high 15 points to support Joey Breslin's 17 points. Goretti took control of the game with inside play from Breslin and Spierenburg after Derrick Davis went to the sidelines from aggravating a previous shoulder injury.
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