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By MARK KELLER | October 17, 2009
CLEAR SPRING -- The Clear Spring Blazers -- winners of just three football games in their history prior to this season -- have now won three games in a row and are officially the hottest team in Washington County. The Blazers withstood the rain, cold temperatures and a late Bishop Walsh rally Friday night, holding on for a 7-6 win over the Spartans. "We've got a nice little roll going here," Clear Spring coach Craig Bathgate said. "We're just trying to keep it going right now. " Mike Etzel -- an atypical workhorse running back at 5-foot-9, 165 pounds -- carried 32 times for 134 yards, but the Blazers (4-3)
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SPORTS
By WILL ROBINSON | Staff Correspondent | December 11, 2010
The St. Maria Goretti girls basketball team earned third place in the Lady Gaels Classic Tournament on Saturday, defeating Bishop Walsh 53-48 in the consolation game. Colleen Costello finished with a double-double, scoring 27 points and nabbing 13 rebounds. Costello started the game white hot. She scored 14 of the Gaels’ 21 points in the first quarter, going 5-for-5 from the field and 4-for-4 from the foul line. “I felt strong coming into this game. We had to win this, no doubt,” said Costello.
NEWS
September 17, 2006
CUMBERLAND, Md. - Bishop Walsh withstood two big plays by Hancock's Josh Unger and defeated the Panthers 27-20 on Saturday Unger scored on a 78-yard kickoff return, and again on a 56-yard reception from Matt McCoy for Hancock (0-2).
NEWS
by BOB PARASILITI | September 9, 2002
bobp@herald-mail.com FREDERICK, Md. - If Brandon Monroe needs a nickname as a member of the St. John's-Prospect Hall football team, cast one vote for "Eraser. " First the Vikings' tailback rubbed out Bishop Walsh's defense on Friday. Then he took a few seconds to rub out the myths about the St. John's program. "We are not just a first-year program," Monroe said with ice-cold conviction. "We are better than that. " Forget the first year. Try the first week. St. John's celebrated its coronation into high school football-dom by scoring 39 points in the first 24 minutes the Vikings ever played and held on for a 39-29 victory in the school's gridiron debut at McCurdy Field.
NEWS
December 23, 2007
BOYS BASKETBALL Hedgesville Hoopfest Musselman 58, Bishop Walsh 45 MUSSELMAN (5-0) Arvon 6, Walters 13, Holliman 10; Daniels 13, McDonald 2, Pons 14 . Totals 24 10-16 58. BISHOP WALSH (5-5) Kahataian 21, Clifford 10, Diamond 3, Trivanovic 5, Stein 6. Totals 16 3-5 45. Musselman 16 13 13 15 - 58 B. Walsh 12 18 3 12 - 45 3-point goals - Bishop Walsh 10 (Kahataian 5, Clifford 2, Diamond, Stein 2). JV - Hedgesville 42, Musselman 30 (M: Brandon Michael 7)
SPORTS
By BRETT NIEVES | Staff Correspondent | February 24, 2011
Ashley Turnbull scored her 1,000th career point en route to a 24-point performance on Wednesday to lead Bishop Walsh to a 74-63 victory over Hancock. “(Turnbull) is our leading rebounder and scorer,” Bishop Walsh coach John Steiner said. “We designed our entire offense around her.” But, Turnbull didn’t do it on her own against Hancock. Spartans teammate Abby Matthews also added 24 points in the win. “Those two have played with each other for the past four years,” Steiner said.
SPORTS
By JACK HILL III | Staff Correspondent | September 15, 2012
Bishop Walsh quarterback Terrell McGraw threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Billy Conroy with 1 minute, 3 seconds remaining in the game to give Bishop Walsh a 32-28 victory over Saint James on Saturday afternoon. Trailing 28-26, McGraw hit Conroy on a sideline pattern and the senior running back did the rest. “We ran that play twice today,” Bishop Walsh coach Geno Taylor said. “Our receiver was wide open. So I waited until the end when we really needed it. We have a good quarterback that throws the ball well and a good receiver.
NEWS
January 5, 2007
GIRLS BASKETBALL McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Gretchen Swope had a game-high 15 points, six steals and three assists to lead McConnellsburg in a 49-41 Sideling Hill League victory over Fannett-Metal on Thursday. Michelle Baker had nine points and nine rebounds for the Spartans (4-7, 1-4), while Courtney McClure and J.J. DeShong each scored eight points. Bishop Walsh 46, Southern Fulton 42 WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Natasha Bard had a double-double with 13 points and 14 rebounds for Southern Fulton (4-5)
NEWS
By CURT HORNBECKER/Staff Correspondent | November 7, 2009
HANCOCK -- After three first-half turnovers put Hancock's football team in a hole, six dropped passes in the second half made certain the Panthers stayed there. Meanwhile, Bishop Walsh racked up 407 yards of total offense to trounce the Panthers 48-22 in the season finale for both teams on Friday. "(Turnovers) put us in a hole we couldn't get out of," said Hancock coach Dave Mahaffey. "But I don't want the last game to end on a negative note. We never stopped battling. The score looks bad, but the game was a lot closer.
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