Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: HeraldMail HomeCollectionsBrandon Clark
IN THE NEWS

Brandon Clark

FEATURED ARTICLES
NEWS
February 17, 2001
Indians surprise selves, field at home By BILL STERNER / Staff Correspondent BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - A major appeal of high school wrestling is the element of surprise. The surprise that comes when team titles are won or lost when an individual championship is won by the least expected wrestler. For Berkeley Springs wrestling coach Daryl Bennett, the surprises came in a pair Saturday. Five Indians won individual championships en route to Berkeley Springs' third-place finish in the Region II, Class AA-A Wrestling Championships, but two matches in particular had Bennett smiling.
NEWS
March 8, 2001
Mat Notebook - Sanders wins Nick Sanders, a junior at Waynesboro, defeated Garnet Valley senior Jim Bertulis 4-2 in overtime Thursday in the first round of the PIAA AAA 140-pound division at Hersheypark Arena, Pa. The three-day tournament continues this afternoon with the quarterfinal round. Sanders, 32-3, will meet Shaler sophomore Taylor Letters, who defeated Shikellamy's Andy Hoffman, 10-2. Letters is 31-3. This year, Pennsylvania will award down to eighth place.
NEWS
February 22, 2002
Cougars start off strong HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Sixteen area high school wrestlers will return to the Civic Arena at 11:30 this morning still in the hunt for West Virginia state championships. The semifinals are scheduled for 7:30 tonight. The championships are scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday. Jefferson, eighth in the Class AAA team standings, sent five - Steven Reynolds (125 pounds), Darrel Dorsey (130), Chantz Griffith (135), Codie Gustines (140) and Dustin Householder (215)
NEWS
August 6, 2007
YOUTH LEAGUES Sharpsburg 7-8 Tournament Valley Blue 13, National 4 Valley: Jeremy Duncan, Bryce Scharenbroch, Robert Tracey 3 hits each; Ryan Bywaters 2 hits. Federal 16, Valley White 6 Federal: Brady Munson 3 hits; Malik Carey 2 hits. Halfway 11, Maugansville 5 Halfway: Bryce Ruppenthal 3 hits; Dylan Cline, Cameryn Keller 2 hits each. Maugansville: Reid Wallech, Branden Clark 2 hits each. Hancock 6, West End 3 Hancock: Zach Clark HR; Jared Hose 3 hits.
NEWS
By CONNER GILBERT | June 26, 2009
CLEAR SPRING -- Beneath dark clouds and rumbles of thunder, the Clear Spring Little League 9-10 All-Stars took a cue from the weather and stormed back from a six-run deficit to defeat Maugansville 10-9 on Friday in the Maryland District 1 tournament. Trailing 9-3 entering the bottom of the fifth, Clear Spring scored seven runs over the final two innings to win. "We battled back," said Clear Spring manager Brian Altman. "The kids kept their heads up the whole time. " Maugansville got off on the right foot in the top of the first.
NEWS
February 18, 2002
Goretti wins, earns No. 2 seed in BCL-Sunday roundup BOYS BASKETBALL BALTIMORE - St. Maria Goretti defeated St. Frances 56-48 Sunday and also earned the second-seed in the Baltimore Clatholic League as well. St. Maria Goretti (21-9) will play Cardinal Gibbons at 7 p.m. Friday at Goucher College in Baltimore in the first round. Matt Tanner had 19 points, Derrick Davis had 15 points and Matt Spierenburg had 12 points, seven rebounds and four blocked shots for Goretti on Sunday.
NEWS
February 22, 2001
Moats and Stotler get last chance Berkeley Springs' Richard Stotler and Hedgesville's Bryan Moats have made very few mistakes this year. In their senior year, neither can afford any more if they are to win a West Virginia state championship. Competing in Class AA/A, Stotler was second at 171 pounds last year and is the odds-on favorite to win the title this weekend as both the AA/A and AAA tournaments begin today at the Huntington Civic Center. The tournament ends with 28 champions being crowned on Saturday.
NEWS
December 1, 1999
BERKELEY SPRINGS INDIANS Coach : Horace Blankenship; 20th season. 1998-99 record : 17-16-1, ninth in Herald-Mail poll Returning starters : Frank Gregg (So., 130); Richard Stotler (Jr., 171, regional champion, state qualifier); Albert Timmons, (Jr., 275). Key newcomers : Brandon Clark (Fr., 119); Jamie Moore (Fr., 135); Josh Clark (Fr., 160); Jeremy Goodwin (Jr., 215); Aaron Parsell (Jr., 189). Blankenship's outlook : "We are thin in numbers and experience, but are working hard.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
By CONNER GILBERT | June 26, 2009
CLEAR SPRING -- Beneath dark clouds and rumbles of thunder, the Clear Spring Little League 9-10 All-Stars took a cue from the weather and stormed back from a six-run deficit to defeat Maugansville 10-9 on Friday in the Maryland District 1 tournament. Trailing 9-3 entering the bottom of the fifth, Clear Spring scored seven runs over the final two innings to win. "We battled back," said Clear Spring manager Brian Altman. "The kids kept their heads up the whole time. " Maugansville got off on the right foot in the top of the first.
Advertisement
NEWS
August 6, 2007
YOUTH LEAGUES Sharpsburg 7-8 Tournament Valley Blue 13, National 4 Valley: Jeremy Duncan, Bryce Scharenbroch, Robert Tracey 3 hits each; Ryan Bywaters 2 hits. Federal 16, Valley White 6 Federal: Brady Munson 3 hits; Malik Carey 2 hits. Halfway 11, Maugansville 5 Halfway: Bryce Ruppenthal 3 hits; Dylan Cline, Cameryn Keller 2 hits each. Maugansville: Reid Wallech, Branden Clark 2 hits each. Hancock 6, West End 3 Hancock: Zach Clark HR; Jared Hose 3 hits.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | December 16, 2002
andrewm@herald-mail.com BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Berkeley Springs senior Brandon Clark knows that he has to start off with a bang and end even louder to cap off his prep wrestling career in fitting fashion. Clark made all the noise he needed to in his first action of the year on his home mat Friday. The Indians' 119-pounder posted a 29-second, first-round pin followed by a 16-0 tech fall in the quarterfinals during day one of the 18th annual Max Horz Invitational. "It's my last year, and it's at home.
NEWS
February 22, 2002
Cougars start off strong HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Sixteen area high school wrestlers will return to the Civic Arena at 11:30 this morning still in the hunt for West Virginia state championships. The semifinals are scheduled for 7:30 tonight. The championships are scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday. Jefferson, eighth in the Class AAA team standings, sent five - Steven Reynolds (125 pounds), Darrel Dorsey (130), Chantz Griffith (135), Codie Gustines (140) and Dustin Householder (215)
NEWS
February 18, 2002
Goretti wins, earns No. 2 seed in BCL-Sunday roundup BOYS BASKETBALL BALTIMORE - St. Maria Goretti defeated St. Frances 56-48 Sunday and also earned the second-seed in the Baltimore Clatholic League as well. St. Maria Goretti (21-9) will play Cardinal Gibbons at 7 p.m. Friday at Goucher College in Baltimore in the first round. Matt Tanner had 19 points, Derrick Davis had 15 points and Matt Spierenburg had 12 points, seven rebounds and four blocked shots for Goretti on Sunday.
NEWS
March 8, 2001
Mat Notebook - Sanders wins Nick Sanders, a junior at Waynesboro, defeated Garnet Valley senior Jim Bertulis 4-2 in overtime Thursday in the first round of the PIAA AAA 140-pound division at Hersheypark Arena, Pa. The three-day tournament continues this afternoon with the quarterfinal round. Sanders, 32-3, will meet Shaler sophomore Taylor Letters, who defeated Shikellamy's Andy Hoffman, 10-2. Letters is 31-3. This year, Pennsylvania will award down to eighth place.
NEWS
February 22, 2001
Moats and Stotler get last chance Berkeley Springs' Richard Stotler and Hedgesville's Bryan Moats have made very few mistakes this year. In their senior year, neither can afford any more if they are to win a West Virginia state championship. Competing in Class AA/A, Stotler was second at 171 pounds last year and is the odds-on favorite to win the title this weekend as both the AA/A and AAA tournaments begin today at the Huntington Civic Center. The tournament ends with 28 champions being crowned on Saturday.
NEWS
February 17, 2001
Indians surprise selves, field at home By BILL STERNER / Staff Correspondent BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - A major appeal of high school wrestling is the element of surprise. The surprise that comes when team titles are won or lost when an individual championship is won by the least expected wrestler. For Berkeley Springs wrestling coach Daryl Bennett, the surprises came in a pair Saturday. Five Indians won individual championships en route to Berkeley Springs' third-place finish in the Region II, Class AA-A Wrestling Championships, but two matches in particular had Bennett smiling.
The Herald-Mail Articles
|