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By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | October 19, 2012
On a night when Kaley Field was more suited for a Halloween video than Homecoming, Greencastle-Antrim running back Hunter Szaflarski was The Thriller. With a fog rolling across the field, looking like something out of a cemetery scene, Szaflarski darted for four touchdowns - including one on a punt return - to allow the Blue Devils to scare off Big Spring 44-27 on Friday in a Mid-Penn Colonial matchup. Szaflarski finished with 102 yards rushing - the lowest of three Greencastle 100-yard performances - but notched scores of 28, 42 and 10 yards to go with a 67-yard punt return.
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SPORTS
September 15, 2012
Saturday, September 15, 2012 PREP CROSS COUNTRY NEWVILLE, Pa. - Williamsport won the boys large-division team title at the 17th annual Bulldog Invitational at Big Spring High School on Saturday. The Wildcats topped the field of 16 teams with 79 points. Exeter Township was second (93) and Chambersburg was third (108). Cody Bowman placed second in the 3.1-mile race in 17:06.9 to lead Williamsport. The Wildcats also got top-25 finishes from Emory Rowland (13th, 17:48.3)
EDUCATION
May 18, 2012
Two Bulldog Federal Credit Union members recently were awarded $500 scholarships by David Barrett, credit union president and chairman of the scholarship committee. The winners are North Hagerstown High School's Erika D. Kline and South Hagerstown High School's Sean M. Przywieczerski. Kline is active in cross country, basketball and student government, as well as the Philosophy, Environmental, Calculus and Key clubs, She is a National Honor Society member with a 4.21 grade-point average.
SPORTS
March 14, 2012
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 BOYS BASKETBALL CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Q.J. Peterson sank two free throws with two seconds left in overtime to lift Hedgesville to a 39-37 win over Wheeling Park in the boys Class AAA quarterfinals Wednesday. Seventh-seeded Hedgesville (21-6) moves on to the semifinals for the second straight season. State player of the year Boo Lathon fouled Peterson as he was driving to the basket. Peterson made both free throws for the only points scored by either team in overtime.
SPORTS
December 18, 2011
Sunday, December 18, 2011 BOYS BASKETBALL HILTON HEAD, S.C. - Jalen Lewis had a game-high 24 points, eight assists and five steals to lead Martinsburg to a 78-55 victory over Sumter (S.C.) in the semifinals of the Hilton Oceanfront Resort Holiday Classic on Sunday. Donte Grantham also had big game for the Bulldogs (3-0) with 18 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks. Jordan Robinson added 11 points in the victory. Martinsburg will play in the championship game today at 4:30 p.m. as head coach Dave Rogers will try for his 600th career victory with the Bulldogs.
SPORTS
By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | December 8, 2011
One time is an event. Twice is a habit. Three times might create a tradition. Martinsburg started Phase Two of what many hope will become as much a part of December as Christmas. It was the second straight year the Bulldogs faithful turned out to celebrate a West Virginia Class AAA state football championship. The Bulldogs were greeted by a crowd of 500 along with school, city and state officials who turned out Thursday in the school's gym to publicly congratulate the team that defended their championship in a 35-27 win over George Washington last Saturday in Wheeling.
SPORTS
December 4, 2011
Somewhere, Paul Bryant smiled on Saturday. With a tip of his trademark houndstooth hat and a gravely sounding “good job,” Bear Bryant - the late Alabama coaching icon - probably looked down with a measure of admiration at the Martinsburg football team. Bryant probably didn't know Martinsburg from Spartanburg or Martinsville, but he did know quality football when he saw it. He lived it, as his 323 career collegiate victories prove. When it comes to Martinsburg, though, Bryant probably would have noticed the Bulldogs' 35-27 victory over George Washington on Saturday for their second straight West Virginia Class AAA championship.
SPORTS
By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | November 26, 2011
Great expectations are nothing unless you expect greatness. The Martinsburg football team will settle for nothing else than everything. The Bulldogs entered the 2011 season with Wheeling or bust on their back bumpers. Next Saturday, they will be there. Martinsburg, the defending West Virginia Class AAA champion, took care of business by overpowering Morgantown in the second half. Quarterback Brandon Ashenfelter ran for 119 yards and threw for another 196 and a touchdown in a 38-14 state semifinal victory over the Mohicans on Saturday at Coubourn Field.
SPORTS
By MARK KELLER | keller@herald-mail.com | November 19, 2011
At a glance, Martinsburg's 46-7 win over Huntington in the West Virginia Class AAA football quarterfinals on Saturday at Cobourn Field looks like just another easy victory. But the Bulldogs showed that they haven't won 26 straight games without putting in some hard work and a little extra effort. “This is a hard-working group of kids,” said Martinsburg coach David Walker. “I think we played pretty well up front today, and when the (ball carriers) needed to work through something, they made some great plays for us.” The Bulldogs (12-0)
SPORTS
By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | November 11, 2011
If the Woodrow Wilson football team stops to eat on the way back to Beckley, W.Va., Perkins will probably be last on its list of choices. That's because the Flying Eagles saw too much of one on Friday in Martinsburg. Martinsburg tailback Chris Perkins gave Woodrow Wilson a steady diet of offense as he rushed for 136 yards and scored four touchdowns to lead the top-ranked and undefeted Bulldogs to a 49-13 victory in the opening round of the West Virginia Class AAA state playoffs at Cobourn Field.
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