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EDUCATION
June 27, 2011
Broadfording Christian Academy’s All County Christian Band is accepting applications for the first All County Drumline. Students who are just starting on the drums or who have years of experience are welcome. Applications are also being accepted this summer for instrumental lessons and participation in the actual band. To join the band, students must be taking lessons on their particular instruments either from Chip Stickler or a qualified instructor in the county.   Contact Stickler at sticklersmusic@gmail.com or call the BCA school office at 301-797-8886, ext. 214, for more information. 
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EDUCATION
May 31, 2011
The Broadfording Christian Academy 2011 Mission Team spent spring break in Costa Rica, where the team ministered to people in La Carpio and La Fortuna.   The team served at two churches, putting on vacation Bible school programs for young children, and also assisted with the building process of a church addition that eventually will be used as a children’s nutritional center for the church they were helping. The mission trip also included a visit to an orphanage in La Fortuna, where clothing and toys were handed out to the children.
SPORTS
May 24, 2011
Tuesday, May 24, 2011 PREP BASEBALL CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. —  Trevor Snodderly had four hits, including two triples, to lead Broadfording Christian past Heritage Academy 13-4 on Tuesday for the Mason Dixon Christian Conference tournament championship at Shalom Christian. Snodderly earned tournament MVP honors. Joe Garrish had two hits and two RBIs, and Andrew Wyand added two hits and three RBIs for the Lions (11-6). Broadfording    100    316    2    —    13    15    3 Heritage    400    000    0    —    4    6    4 Garrish, South (7)
SPORTS
May 20, 2011
Friday, May 20, 2011 PREP BASEBALL Trevor Snodderly had two hits, including a two-run homer in a four-run second inning that gave Broadfording a 5-0 lead on the way to a 5-3 MDCC tournament semifinal victory over Cumberland Valley Christian at Grace Academy on Friday. Joe Garrish had two hits and drove in two runs for the Lions (10-6), who will face Heritage Academy at Shalom Christian for the title. Garrish (5-3) also earned the victory with four innings of two-hit ball, allowing two runs.
EDUCATION
May 2, 2011
Despite the recent downpours in Hagerstown, the rain held off on April 15, allowing several groups of BCA students to assist with outside grounds maintenance for many local nonprofit organizations.   Students in elementary, middle and high school were divided into groups that served at Star Equestrian Center, the Washington County Chapter of the American Red Cross, Camp Tohiglo, Cove Valley Youth Camp, Fairgrounds Park, Antietam National Battlefield and Western Maryland Hospital Center.
EDUCATION
February 28, 2011
The students at Broadfording Christian Academy recently held a canned-food drive to benefit the Hagerstown Rescue Mission. The food drive was part of the school’s Spirit Week activities.   Students in all grades were encouraged to earn points for their classes by contributing toward the food drive.   Dot Foods Inc. also made a donation toward the food drive to help the school.
SPORTS
By DAN KAUFFMAN | kauffman@herald-mail.com | February 25, 2011
Broadfording’s boys basketball team channeled a U2 song in Friday night’s 69-52 victory over New Life Christian in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference tournament semifinals at Grace Academy. The Lions (20-11) showed their “Desire” by pounding the glass to the tune of a 50-26 rebounding advantage, and used multiple second-chance baskets to pull away after New Life (15-11) cut the lead to four in the third quarter. “I didn’t expect to quite have that rebounding advantage, so I credit our kids,” Broadfording coach Burnie Clutz said.
SPORTS
February 24, 2011
Thursday, February 24, 2011 GIRLS BASKETBALL MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Jackie Solenberger hit two clutch shots down the stretch, including the game-winning jumper with 3 seconds remaining, as Faith Christian edged Broadfording Christian 36-35 Thursday in the first round of the Mason Dixon Christian Conference tournament. Solenberger’s 3-pointer with a minute left pulled the Falcons (19-5) to within one. She finished with a double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds.
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