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February 28, 2003
BOYS BASKETBALL JOHNSTOWN, Pa. - Southern Fulton outscored Northern Bedford 18-13 in the fourth quarter, as the Indians captured the District 5 Class A title with a 63-62 victory at University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown on Wednesday night. It's Southern Fulton's second district boys basketball title in school history and first since 1986. And the Indians got it done with only two seniors in the lineup. "We're young," said Indians coach Kent Hendershot. "I knew we were going to be good, but how good, I didn't know.
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by ANDREW MASON | January 12, 2005
andrewm@herald-mail.com If Terrail Blair still wrestled for Bowling Brook, South Hagerstown would have been in even deeper trouble on its home mat Tuesday evening. Of the six weight classes actually contested in Bowling Brook's 57-24 victory, Blair was the Rebels' only winner. The South senior, who spent his sophomore year at Bowling Brook, built a 7-1 lead on Kenny Cherry before pinning him in 4:42 at 135 pounds. "It's kind of weird because I used to go there," Blair said.
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by ANDREW MASON | January 21, 2007
Larry Moore couldn't have scripted a better ending to South Hagerstown's 26th annual Rebel Wrestling Invitational had he tried. When Moore, South's assistant coach, drew up the two-day schedule for the 45 dual meets, he had no idea how significant the 45th and final matchup would be Saturday evening. Williamsport vs. Broad Run (Va.) was for the championship trophy. "It was by accident," Moore said. "When I made this up, I had no idea who Broad Run even was. " He and the other nine teams at the Rebel know now. Broad Run edged Williamsport 40-32 to finish 9-0 for the weekend.
NEWS
February 15, 2007
Dustin Hull Hancock Basketball Senior What do you like best about your sport? "Pretty much everything about it. It just appeals to me. " Your greatest accomplishment in your sport? "I've started every game since I've been a freshman. " Toughest individual opponent you have faced? "My teammates when we scrimmage in practice because they push me the hardest. " Toughest team you have faced? Bowling Brook Other sports? Outdoor Track Other activities in school are you involved in?
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | March 30, 2006
CLEAR SPRING - "We have a pretty good team, I guess," Berkeley Springs sophomore Megan Mock bashfully said with a smile near the end of the Clear Spring Track & Field Invitational on Wednesday night. Her actions are louder than her words. With Mock and teammate Rachel Buser, the Indians are more than pretty good. The duo, who combined for six gold medals at the West Virginia Class AA-A state championships as freshmen last spring, combined for five victories Wednesday as Berkeley Springs held off Jefferson and Williamsport to win the girls team title with 134 points.
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by ANDREW MASON | January 20, 2006
andrewm@herald-mail.com When three of the nine teams backed out of the Rebel Invitational at South Hagerstown two years ago, tournament organizers decided it made more sense to change it to a dual-meet tourney. Two years later, the new format still makes sense as the 10 teams competing today and Saturday at the 25th annual Rebel Invitational are set to go head-to-head through 11 rounds of duals on two mats. "Everyone seems to like it because kids get more matches this way," South coach Ralph Stottlemyer said.
NEWS
January 27, 2003
GIRLS BASKETBALL FREDERICK, Md. - With No. 3 St. John's at Prospect Hall down 67-62 in overtime, Kenan Cole made three straight baskets, including the game-winner with two seconds remaining, to lift the Vikings over the Institute of Notre Dame 68-67 on Saturday. Cole ended up with 28 points and 13 rebounds to lead St. John's (12-6), while Marta Merkel had 22 points and four steals and Monica Merkel added four steals. INSTITUTE OF NOTRE DAME (67) Hoelter 8, Jones 24, Webster 10, Wesley 10, Lee 15. Totals 24 13-17 67. ST. JOHN'S-PROSPECT HALL (68)
NEWS
January 21, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Tehron Jacobs had a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead No. 5 Jefferson past Bowling Brook 62-51 on Thursday. Ryland Newman had 14 points and seven assists, while Vance Hosby had 12 points and six rebounds for the Cougars (7-3). Josh Brown had 10 points and five steals and Jeremy Penwell grabbed five rebounds. Vernon Carter led Bowling Brook (5-12) with 12 points. Williamsport 68, Catoctin 54 WILLIAMSPORT - Corey Broadwater had 14 points to lead four Williamsport players in double figures as the Wildcats beat Catoctin in MVAL Antietam action.
NEWS
December 22, 2004
BOYS BASKETBALL WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Scott Livengood scored six of Waynesboro's eight points in overtime to lift the Indians to a 55-50 Mid-Penn Capital win over Scotland on Tuesday night. Livengood finished with 12 points, while Kevin Kline had 13 and Jordan Reitz had 10 to go with five assists for Waynesboro (4-4, 2-1). John Long had 12 rebounds, four blocks and three steals and Josh Arendt had eight points and three steals. Jermal Ruffin had 16 points and Greg Robinson had 12 for Scotland (4-4, 1-2)
NEWS
February 11, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL KEYMAR, Md. - Jeff Willison had 15 points, 11 rebounds and seven blocks for Hancock, but the No. 10 Panthers were held scoreless by Bowling Brook in overtime and suffered their second loss of the season, 49-37, on Thursday night. Brad Spielman added seven points, seven assists and four steals for Hancock (16-2). No. 4 Goretti 58, Loyola 54 Gene Johnson had a double-double with 22 points and 14 rebounds to help St. Maria Goretti defeat Loyola in the Baltimore Catholic League.
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February 15, 2007
Dustin Hull Hancock Basketball Senior What do you like best about your sport? "Pretty much everything about it. It just appeals to me. " Your greatest accomplishment in your sport? "I've started every game since I've been a freshman. " Toughest individual opponent you have faced? "My teammates when we scrimmage in practice because they push me the hardest. " Toughest team you have faced? Bowling Brook Other sports? Outdoor Track Other activities in school are you involved in?
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by ANDREW MASON | January 21, 2007
Larry Moore couldn't have scripted a better ending to South Hagerstown's 26th annual Rebel Wrestling Invitational had he tried. When Moore, South's assistant coach, drew up the two-day schedule for the 45 dual meets, he had no idea how significant the 45th and final matchup would be Saturday evening. Williamsport vs. Broad Run (Va.) was for the championship trophy. "It was by accident," Moore said. "When I made this up, I had no idea who Broad Run even was. " He and the other nine teams at the Rebel know now. Broad Run edged Williamsport 40-32 to finish 9-0 for the weekend.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | March 30, 2006
CLEAR SPRING - "We have a pretty good team, I guess," Berkeley Springs sophomore Megan Mock bashfully said with a smile near the end of the Clear Spring Track & Field Invitational on Wednesday night. Her actions are louder than her words. With Mock and teammate Rachel Buser, the Indians are more than pretty good. The duo, who combined for six gold medals at the West Virginia Class AA-A state championships as freshmen last spring, combined for five victories Wednesday as Berkeley Springs held off Jefferson and Williamsport to win the girls team title with 134 points.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | January 20, 2006
andrewm@herald-mail.com When three of the nine teams backed out of the Rebel Invitational at South Hagerstown two years ago, tournament organizers decided it made more sense to change it to a dual-meet tourney. Two years later, the new format still makes sense as the 10 teams competing today and Saturday at the 25th annual Rebel Invitational are set to go head-to-head through 11 rounds of duals on two mats. "Everyone seems to like it because kids get more matches this way," South coach Ralph Stottlemyer said.
NEWS
February 11, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL KEYMAR, Md. - Jeff Willison had 15 points, 11 rebounds and seven blocks for Hancock, but the No. 10 Panthers were held scoreless by Bowling Brook in overtime and suffered their second loss of the season, 49-37, on Thursday night. Brad Spielman added seven points, seven assists and four steals for Hancock (16-2). No. 4 Goretti 58, Loyola 54 Gene Johnson had a double-double with 22 points and 14 rebounds to help St. Maria Goretti defeat Loyola in the Baltimore Catholic League.
NEWS
January 21, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Tehron Jacobs had a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead No. 5 Jefferson past Bowling Brook 62-51 on Thursday. Ryland Newman had 14 points and seven assists, while Vance Hosby had 12 points and six rebounds for the Cougars (7-3). Josh Brown had 10 points and five steals and Jeremy Penwell grabbed five rebounds. Vernon Carter led Bowling Brook (5-12) with 12 points. Williamsport 68, Catoctin 54 WILLIAMSPORT - Corey Broadwater had 14 points to lead four Williamsport players in double figures as the Wildcats beat Catoctin in MVAL Antietam action.
NEWS
January 19, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL HARRISBURG, Pa. - Jamal Jackson had 17 points and Williams Royal added 15 to lead Harrisburg - the top ranked team in Pa. Class AAAA - past Chambersburg 59-42 in Mid-Penn Commonwealth action Tuesday. The Trojans (13-4, 7-4) trailed by just three at halftime, but were worn down by the relentless and deep squad of the Eagles (15-0, 11-0). Jared Olson had 11 points, while 6-foot-6 center Josh Mayhugh added 10 for Chambersburg. Colby Nitterhouse had seven rebounds and Jonathan Motichka returned from injury to dish out five assists before fouling out. No. 7 Walkersville 84, FSK 37 WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Luther Weedon had 22 points to lead 12 Walkersville scorers as the Lions rolled past Francis Scott Key in the MVAL Piedmont.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | January 12, 2005
andrewm@herald-mail.com If Terrail Blair still wrestled for Bowling Brook, South Hagerstown would have been in even deeper trouble on its home mat Tuesday evening. Of the six weight classes actually contested in Bowling Brook's 57-24 victory, Blair was the Rebels' only winner. The South senior, who spent his sophomore year at Bowling Brook, built a 7-1 lead on Kenny Cherry before pinning him in 4:42 at 135 pounds. "It's kind of weird because I used to go there," Blair said.
NEWS
December 22, 2004
BOYS BASKETBALL WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Scott Livengood scored six of Waynesboro's eight points in overtime to lift the Indians to a 55-50 Mid-Penn Capital win over Scotland on Tuesday night. Livengood finished with 12 points, while Kevin Kline had 13 and Jordan Reitz had 10 to go with five assists for Waynesboro (4-4, 2-1). John Long had 12 rebounds, four blocks and three steals and Josh Arendt had eight points and three steals. Jermal Ruffin had 16 points and Greg Robinson had 12 for Scotland (4-4, 1-2)
NEWS
by BIG SYDNEY | October 8, 2004
I'm throwing one of those red replay flags. I want an official to review Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s victory comments last week at Talladega. NASCAR, you must be dizzy from driving around in circles all the time. He didn't say what you thought. It has been reported that Junior said, "It don't mean s--- right now. " You are all wrong. He was sending me a message. My good friend Dale actually said, "It don't mean Syd right now. " Go back. Slow it down. You'll see I'm right.
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