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May 14, 2006
PREP BASEBALL Mercersburg 10, Blair 1 PRINCETON, N.J. - Alex Tyler had four hits and two RBI to lead Mercersburg Academy over Blair Academy in the Mid-Atlantic Prep League tournament. Josh Edgin had three hits and two RBI for the Blue Storm (19-3), while Zack Hart, Josh Davis, Ryan Colby and Ryan Rager had two hits each. Mercersburg will play in the tournament championship game today.
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February 7, 2009
Men's Basketball Shepherd at West Virginia Wesleyan, 4 Women's Basketball Shepherd at West Virginia Wesleyan, 2 College Indoor Track and Field HCC and East Stroudsburg at Syracuse Boys Basketball Georgetown Day School at St. James, 1 Chambersburg at Hollidaysburg, 2:30 Blair Academy at Mercersburg Academy, 2:45 Southern Fulton at Bishop Walsh Girls Basketball Jefferson at...
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February 20, 2006
BOYS BASKETBALL Blair Academy 51, Mercersburg Academy 38 MERCERSBURG ACADEMY (21-3) Tyler 0 4-7 4, Cubit 5 0-0 11, Davis 1 0-0 3, Moore 4 0-0 8, Gordon 1 0-0 2, Oliver 1 0-0 2, Archibold-Brown 4 0-0 8. Totals 16 4-7 38. BLAIR ACADEMY (16-11) Page 2 2-2 8, Robinson 3 3-4 9, Coes 3 0-0 7, Hazel 1 3-4 5, Spears 6 9-10 22. Totals 15 17-20 51. Mercersburg 8 8 9 13 - 38 Blair 8 13 16 14 - 51 3-point goals - Mercersburg 2 (Cubit, Davis)
NEWS
January 29, 2007
Bobby Wolford Mercersburg Wrestling Senior What do you like best about your sport? "I like how it's both mentally challenging and physically challenging. " Your greatest accomplishment in your sport? "Finally finding a sport that I really like and sticking with it for as many years as I have and being on a high school varsity team and placing at prep states and being senior captain. " Toughest team you have faced? Blair Academy Other activities in school you are involved in?
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January 27, 2013
Sunday, January 27, 2013 GIRLS BASKETBALL Blair 67, Mercersburg 45 MERCERSBURG, Pa. - The Blue Storm made a game of it for one half, but Blair Academy picked up its aggressiveness in the third quarter and outscored Mercersburg 25-7 in the period to pull away for a Mid-Atlantic Prep League victory Sunday. Batouly Camara scored 21 points and Sadie Edwards added 19 points for Blair (16-2, 5-0). Melody Gomez had 17 points and 10 rebounds for her fourth double-double in the last five games for the Blue Storm (11-4, 1-3)
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By BIG SYDNEY | October 10, 2012
I've been hit hard by the economic downturn in recent years. My 401k has lost so much it's more like a 154c. And do you think The Herald-Mail's sports-hack-in-chief has offered me a pay raise recently? Please. That guy's so cheap he washes his paper plates. So, I've had to take steps to save money wherever I can. Gas prices are so out of hand that I have to pawn part of my collection of Natrone Means football cards every time I need to fill up. Milk is far from free anymore, so I went ahead and bought the cow. Meanwhile, LuSydNa still wonders why I don't want to get married.
NEWS
May 9, 2010
PREP BASEBALL GLEN ROCK, Pa. -- Jordan Riley smacked a three-run homer to highlight a nine-run first inning as Chambersburg shut out Susquehannock 17-0 in three innings on Saturday. Tyler Fore had two hits, including a three-run homer, and four RBIs for the Trojans (12-6). Andrew Byers had two hits and four RBIs and Greg Hammond added two hits and three RBIs. Chambersburg 17, Susquehannock 0 Chambersburg 980 -- 17 16 0 Susquehannock 000 -- 0 3 2 Plank, Bowers (3)
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By BIG SYDNEY | October 7, 2009
I recently heard disturbing news about the Washington Redskins. No, it's not that the local favorites are 2-2, including 2-1 in a stretch of playing teams that couldn't spell "win" if they had the 'W' and 'N' as hints. It is more earthshaking. The Redskins could possibly be playing without Hunter Smith, who has been proclaimed "The most accurate holder to ever play the game. " How big is that? Washington County tip jar players, if anyone, would know how devastating this could be. Ask 'em. You can't win anything without a good holder.
NEWS
February 7, 2009
Men's Basketball Shepherd at West Virginia Wesleyan, 4 Women's Basketball Shepherd at West Virginia Wesleyan, 2 College Indoor Track and Field HCC and East Stroudsburg at Syracuse Boys Basketball Georgetown Day School at St. James, 1 Chambersburg at Hollidaysburg, 2:30 Blair Academy at Mercersburg Academy, 2:45 Southern Fulton at Bishop Walsh Girls Basketball Jefferson at...
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February 7, 2009
BOYS BASKETBALL SAINT JAMES -- All five St. James starters scored in double figures and Jordan Barr made a quick recovery from an injury to shut down one of Georgetown Day's top scorers in the fourth quarter as the Saints beat the Hoppers 70-66 in a Mid Atlantic Conference game at Alumni Hall on Saturday. Barr took an elbow to the mouth and had his two front teeth pushed back. St. James coach Mike Brooks said it wasn't long before Barr was back on the floor, however.
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January 25, 2009
BOYS BASKETBALL St. Frances Academy 96, St. Maria Goretti 38 BALTIMORE -- Baltimore Catholic League powerhouse St. Frances Academy muscled up on St. Maria Goretti to reach the 20-win mark on the season and keep the Gaels winless in league play. Terrell Vinson scored 22 points for St. Frances (20-3, 9-0), who raced to a quick 22-2 lead after the first period and 54-12 by halftime. Nic Martin led Goretti (6-18, 0-10) with 17 points and seven rebounds. St. Frances Academy 96, St. Maria Goretti 38 GORETTI (6-18, 0-10)
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October 5, 2008
PREP VOLLEYBALL No. 1 Musselman wins Capital Classic CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Erica Manor unloaded 84 kills and added 22 digs to win tournament MVP honors as Musselman defeated Parkersburg to win the Capital Classic. Musselman - ranked No. 1 in West Virginia Class AAA - won the championship with a 25-14, 25-8 sweep of the Big Red, ranked second. The Applemen reached the finals with a 25-11, 25-16 win over Greenbrier East. Musselman won its pool with a 2-0-2 record, sweeping Capital and Parkersburg South and tying Greenbrier East and Winfield.
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By BIG SYDNEY | October 2, 2008
It doesn't take much to inspire me. The other day, I was in the fridge looking for a snack and found a two-month-old slice of something. I didn't know what it used to be. It was covered with that furry stuff that penecillin is made from. Right then, I decided that I'm going to go green. How tough can it be? First, I went and researched the issue. I headed over to Dargan's local pilot school/recycling center -- Fly Like an Eco (I think it's owned by Steve Miller) -- to do a little research.
NEWS
May 11, 2008
PREP BASEBALL Boonsboro 17, Hancock 0 Hancock 000 00-0 2 4 Boonsboro 1(10)3 3x-17 15 1 Foreman, Trunkle (2), Lanehart (4) and Lanehart, Hoopengardner (4). Shobe, Cole (3) and Griffith, Colgan (5). WP - Shobe. LP - Foreman. HR - B: Pendergraft (4th, two on). Mercersburg Academy 15-10, Blair Academy 6-2 Game 1 Blair Acad. 032 100 0-6 11 3 Mercersburg 052 440x-15 12 0 Lubreski, Patterson (5) and Hogue; O'Brien, Binford (5) and Freeland.
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