December 16, 2002
firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
January 8, 2001
Local roundup from Sunday WRESTLING CAMERON, W.Va. - Richard Stotler took first place at 171 pounds as 12 of 13 Berkely Springs wrestlers placed leading the Eagles to a third-place finish Saturday in the 24th Cameron Tri-State Tournament. Berkeley Springs scored 140 points. Host Cameron won with 223. Four other Eagles - Matt Rosensteel (125), Chase Andrews (145), Jamie Moore (152) and Josh Clark (189) - lost in the championship finals. Taking thirds were Brandon Clark (119)
August 1, 2011
Monday, Aug. 1, 2011 YOUTH BASEBALL Sharpsburg Blue-Gray 7-8 Clear Spring 10, Valley 4 Clear Spring: Rhyan Day HR. Valley: Chris Hose 2 hits, HR. West End 14, South Mountain 3 West End: Chuck Kelley 2 hits, HR; Destin Paul, Devonte Clark 2 hits each. Adam Kees 11-12 B Greencastle 12, Maugansville 2 Greencastle: Cory Jerin 3 hits; Campbell Parker, Branden Barnhart 2 hits each. Maugansville: Chris Smith, Brandon Clark, Tyler Long 2 hits each.
March 19, 2006
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. Jaron Hawkins of Frostburg, Md., said the winds are always howling where he lives. He certainly seemed prepared for Saturday's 27th annual Chambersburg Half Marathon, which was no small breeze anyway with its infamously hilly 13.1 miles of country roads. "The wind was a killer today," said Hawkins, who also was deadly, winning the race in 1 hour, 12 minutes, 34 seconds. Matt Wagoner, 28, of New Cumberland, Pa., was the runner-up in 1:13:42 and Mike Carriglitto, 30, of Laureldale, Pa., took third in 1:15:49.
April 10, 2010
MAUGANSVILLE -- Maugansville Little League teams hustled to the field Saturday morning for their season opening ceremony. Brightly hued shirts and hats created a rainbow of color around the diamond. Brett Hill of Hagerstown, junior league vice president and Shawley team manager, introduced the coaches and the league's nearly 300 players via loudspeaker. Following the national anthem, an invocation and the Little League pledge, Hill counted to three and led the crowd in saying the words that officially would kick off the season.
February 22, 2001
Hedgesville advances seven on AAA mats HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) - Area wrestlers fared well during the first round of the West Virginia AAA and AA/A state wrestling tournaments Thursday at the Civic Arena. continued In AAA, Hedgesville sits in second place in the team standings with 23 points. Parkersburg South leads with 39. Hedgesville advanced seven wrestlers into today's quarterfinal round, which begins at 11:30 a.m. Three-time state placer Bryan Moats led the way with a pin in 3 minutes, 36 seconds against University's Scotty Marshall in their 145-pound bout.
October 5, 2003
Kelly and Kelly Gillispie of Hagerstown announce the birth of their second son, Conner Jackson , August 25, 2003. Maternal grandparents are Milton and Susan Lanier of Finksburg, Md. Paternal grandparents are Wayne and Mary Myers of Westminster, Md., and Howard Gillispie of Sayre, Pa. Gary and Brie Boswell of Las Vegas, Nev., announce the birth of a son, Jett David Boswell , Aug. 31, 2003. Maternal grandparents are Catherine and Brian Marcus and Donald and Kyung Guenther of Washington.
February 24, 2001
Lord and Moats make AAA final HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Two Hedgesville wrestlers - Daniel Lord and Bryan Moats - won two bouts Friday to keep their state championship hopes alive in the West Virginia tournaments at the Civic Arena. Lord will meet Robbie Ripley of Nitro in the Class AAA 140-pound final, which is scheduled for 6 p.m. Lord (46-3) won decisions in the quarterfinals and semifinal rounds. Ripley (47-0) also won two decisions Friday. Moats (46-3) moved within one win of tying ex-teammate Jim Shetler's state career win record of 168. Moats posted two major decisions en route to the final.
February 21, 2002
W.Va. title hopefuls take to mat today By AL DITZEL email@example.com Thirty-four area wrestlers begin their quest today for a West Virginia state wrestling championship at the Civic Center in Huntington. continued Hedgesville, Jefferson, Martinsburg and Musselman will compete in Class AAA, while Berkeley Springs competes in Class AA/A in the first round at 6:30 p.m. The tournament picks up with the quarterfinals at 11:30 a.m. Friday and the semifinals following at 7:30 p.m. The finals are at 6 p.m. on Saturday.