May 24, 2007
COLLEGE BASEBALL Rams earn all-region honors MANSFIELD, Pa. - Shepherd senior outfielder John Hawse and junior designated hitter Dirk Webb were named to the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings All-North Atlantic Region Second Team. Hawse batted .396 and led the Rams in hits (61), home runs (eight), doubles (16), RBI (46) and slugging percentage (.669) and was also named to the inaugural Rawlings/ABCA All-Northeast Region Gold Glove Award team. Hawse posted a .978 fielding percentage with 88 putouts, two assists and only two errors in 92 chances.
February 1, 2001
Wrestling Notebook - Cougars get one up on Eagles Despite competing without full lineups, Jefferson and Hedgesville finished 1-2 in the Cumberland Valley Athletic League duals last Saturday in Cumberland, Md. In their first head-to-head dual match of the year, Jefferson, currently No. 3 in the Herald-Mail poll, defeated No. 1 Hedgesville, 39-35. The match was hotly contested and high-spirited, according to reports. Both teams were missing three starters from their respective lineups because of injury, most notably Jared Hess and Johnny Dunhan for Hedgesville and Steve Reynolds, Andre MacDonald and Ryan Fierro for Jefferson.
December 20, 2002
email@example.com So, here we are again, back on the mats. Our fall All-Area teams haven't even all run yet and some wrestlers have already competed in nearly 20 bouts. Obviously, there's plenty of action to talk about. Depending on who you talk to , the addition this season of the 14th weight class - 215 pounds - in Maryland and Pennsylvania has its pros and cons. A lot of the criticism is that the heavyweight division isn't as athletic as it used to be. But you won't hear any complaining from Chambersburg senior Bryan Crist, who's off to a 7-0 start at 215 - including the Trojans' first individual Mid-Penn Tournament title in five years - after duking out an 18-10 mark against the real big boys last season.
February 15, 2001
Wrestling notebook - WV, PA state quests begin It would be easy for wrestlers like Bryan Moats and Richard Stotler to begin thinking about next weekend's state tournament in Huntington, W.Va., but neither, along with the rest of the area's wrestlers, can overlook this weekend's region action. Jefferson, Hedgesville, Martinsburg and Musselman will compete in the AAA Region II at Keyser beginning Friday in a two-day event. Berkeley Springs will host A/AA Region II on Saturday.
May 15, 2009
COLLEGE BASEBALL Mercyhurst 3, Shepherd 1 WEST LAWN, Pa. -- Shepherd University left 11 runners on base as the Rams fell to Mercyhurst (36-16) in first-day action of the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regionals. Brian Collins went 2-for-4 with the Rams' only RBI, while Brett Caplan and Nathan Minnich each added two hits. Starting pitcher Matt McCarty struck out eight in six innings for Shepherd (33-17). YOUTH BASEBALL Clear Spring Little League Schildtknecht Trucking 15, Myers Building Systems 2 Schildtknecht Trucking: Riley Lazich 4 hits, 2 HRs; Michael Wollard 2 hits, HR; Travis Capizuto, Jared Lazich, Levi Leizear 2 hits each; Nick Lewis 9 Ks. Clear Spring Minor League Bragunier Masonry 7, Jason Hose Macintosh Realtors 6 Bragunier: Bubba Shatzer 2 hits, HR; Kenny House grand slam.
February 1, 2002
Northern's loss is area teams' gain - wrestling notebook Three area teams - North Hagerstown, Williamsport and Walkersville - may have received a bit of a break Thursday night. Northern Garrett lost to Fort Hill, 45-28. What this means is that if all three area teams win this weekend, all should qualify for the MPSSAA 1A/2A West Regional, which is scheduled to begin next Wednesday, likely at Beall Jr./Sr. High School Here's a quick schedule breakdown of the five teams - Beall, Williamsport, Walkersville, North and Northern Garrett - who could still qualify.
February 11, 2002
Goretti's defense keys BCL win BOYS BASKETBALL BALTIMORE - St. Maria Goretti tightened up its defense in the second half Sunday to catch and pull away from Cardinal Gibbons, 71-59, in a Baltimore Catholic League game. Also, the No. 6 Gaels (19-9, 10-4) made 11 of 13 free throws down the stretch to solidify their third-place standing in the BCL. Senior Matt Spierenburg paced Goretti with 18 points on 9-for-9 shooting, including eight points in the third quarter when the Gaels rallied from a 34-30 halftime deficit to take an 48-46 lead heading into the fourth quarter.