November 19, 2011
Broadfording Christian Academy First marking period Distinguished honor roll Grade 2 - Benjamin Farmer, Lauren Fleischman, Andrew Keller, Garrett Klein, Trevor Ott, Riley Wallman, Sloane Walters Grade 3 - Haley Burkholder, Nathaniel Drier, Jonathan Kline, Zoe Pifer, Jacob Richard, Lucas Richard, Rylee Riggs, McKenzie Shatzer, Grace Thornsbury, Alani White Grade 4 - Timothy DeLloyd, Cassandra...
October 31, 2011
The two Hagerstown high schools met at Camp Mantowagan in Saxton, Pa., for two days of peace, quiet and growing closer to God. The lessons were taught by a local pastor, the Rev. Brian Kelly of Faith Christian Fellowship, and by Justin J. Culbertson, a Grace Academy teacher. Praise music for the retreat was led by both Grace Academy's Praise Band and Aaron Rohrer from Broadfording. Other activities included a night game of capture the flag and roasting marshmallows over a fire.
October 11, 2011
Tuesday, October 11, 2011 BOYS SOCCER BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Zach Wise had two goals, including the 100th goal of his career, to lead Berkeley Springs past St. Maria Goretti 3-1 on Tuesday. Zane Mokhiber had a goal, Derrick Coles had two assists and Caleb Murray had 14 saves for the Indians (11-4-1). Mateo Pelja had a goal and John Winalski and Drew Katrina combined for four saves for the Gaels (10-5). JV: Goretti, 3-1. Broadfording 7, New Life 1 Andy Torres and Andrew Grimm had two goals and an assist each for Broadfording in a win over New Life.
October 3, 2011
Broadfording Christian Academy is hosting 22 exchange students this fall and all but three of them have come to the United States through the Global Vision Christian School organization. Global Vision Christian School is a private Christian boarding school in Eumseong, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea. The school was established in 2003 by Pastor Jean Seok Nam. It was one of the first schools to implant English education in South Korea for the Korean students. The school provides its students with a one-year opportunity to learn in the United States with the goals of building their English skills and having a worthwhile cultural experience in a Christian environment.
September 19, 2011
Broadfording's volleyball team was too potent from the service line for Hancock to handle on Monday night, as the Lions finished with 20 aces in a 25-9, 25-22, 25-17 sweep. “That was one of the more consistent matches we've had serving-wise,” Broadfording coach Joe Cartwright said. “We were struggling early in the season. We also did a better job setting up our hitters more effectively.” Sarah Couch (seven kills, five aces, two blocks) and Maria Pifer (six kills, six aces)
September 1, 2011
Thursday, September 1, 2011 BOYS SOCCER Kevin Proctor had a goal and an assist, and Casey Bartholomew and Rodrigo Reyna each added a goal as St Maria Goretti edged Broadfroding Christian 3-2 on Thursday night. Drew Katrina made eight saves and John Winalski added five saves for St. Maria Goretti (2-1). Broadfording fell to 1-2. St. John's CP 2, Saint James 1 ST. JAMES - St. John's Catholic Prep scored the winning goal midway through the second half to defeat Saint James in the Saints' season opener.
August 16, 2011
Widening a section of Broadfording Road will partly depend on participation from Washington County and conceptual approval of a developer's plans, the Hagerstown City Council said Tuesday. It will also depend on whether the council can be assured that the city will recoup its investment, council members said. "We need a binding - a very binding - agreement with all the other commercial developers there," Councilman Martin Brubaker said. "We need to be assured we are going to get it (reimbursement)
August 15, 2011
Hagerstown City Council is scheduled to discuss Tuesday whether it wants to move forward with widening a deteriorating 0.28-mile section of Broadfording Road near Best Buy. The city agreed last year to take ownership of the road, between Hollyhock Road and Salem Avenue (Md. 58), from the state once it was repaired, Assistant City Engineer Jim Bender said. But the process to repair the road hit a bump, Bender said. In 2010, the city joined developers and Washington County in a "road club" that would use a mixture of developer and county funds to make the improvements a reality, City Engineer Rodney Tissue said previously.
July 1, 2011
Both lanes of the Fairview Road (Md. 494) bridge over Conococheague Creek just north of Broadfording will be subject to closure at various times over the next four weeks due to bridge repair work, the Maryland State Highway Administration's website is reporting. There are no hauling restrictions or detours set up around the bridge. Drivers should expect a chance for a lane closure between 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. weekdays, according to the SHA. Work on the bridge began June 27 and is expected to continue through July 29.