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May 18, 2001
Cadets swing - and miss Magruder 4 Frederick 0 Magruder0004000-481 Frederick0000000-052 Hughes and Hendrickson. Warden and Tsikerdanos. WP-Hughes. LP-Warden (15-6). FREDERICK, Md. - Frederick softball coach Todd Bono knew it was one of those days. He just didn't realize it was one of THOSE days. "We struck out 13 times today," Bono said of the Cadets 4-0 loss to Magruder Thursday in the Class 4A West final. "We didn't do that all season.
NEWS
By CURT HORNBECKER / Staff Correspondent | March 5, 1999
FREDERICK, Md. - One of the basic rules of first aid is to put pressure on a wound to stop the bleeding. Frederick girls basketball coach Todd Bono applied the theory, and his players applied the pressure, forcing 15 second-half turnovers to resuscitate the Cadets in a 51-41 win over Springbrook Thursday night in the Class 4A West semifinals. "That was the key," said Bono of Frederick's pressure defense. "(Springbrook) packed it in with their 3-2 and 2-3 defenses, so we needed to get some baskets from transition, and our press gave us a few transition buckets.
NEWS
December 27, 2001
Cadets lose to Devils By CURT HORNBECKER / Staff Correspondent Greencastle 62, Frederick 59 Frederick (59) Lewis 19, Middleton 4, Bush 7, Shade 21, McIntyre 6, Davis 2, Totals 27 3-13 59. Greencastle (62) Ile 12, Denkovich 11, Vance 8, Hoffman 7, Chlebowski 9, Reese 2, Bennett 2, Fitz 11, Totals 19 20-27 62. Frederick10121720-59 Greencastle16191314-62 Three-point goals - Frederick 2 (Lewis 2), Greencastle 4 (Ile 2, Denkovich 2)
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | October 13, 2007
The South Hagerstown football team seemed to be right at the door to do something special against Frederick on Friday. The only problem was the Rebels never saw the screen. South found a way to stay with the No. 21-ranked team in Maryland in the first half, relying on its defense to cover up some spotty offense. But the opportunity slammed shut when the Cadets resorted to the screen pass to set up three scores in a 45-12 victory in the MVAL Piedmont opener for both teams. "We went in at halftime and told the kids that they were going to make adjustments," South coach Greg Kellick said.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | October 15, 2004
koelble@herald-mail.com FREDERICK, Md. - Urbana knows what it is all about to go undefeated. Frederick will have to wait until another time. In Thursday's high-energy battle of 6-0 MVAL Chesapeake Conference powers, Urbana put the first notch in Frederick's loss column with a 29-16 decision in front of a crowd that might well have been one of the biggest ever at Cadet Field. "This was the biggest game I've coached since I've been here," said Frederick coach Vince Ahern, in his ninth season.
NEWS
by BOB PARASILITI | October 9, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com FREDERICK, Md. - After big games, most coaches love to talk about the science of football. Frederick's Vince Ahearn broke the mold. Instead, he led a rendition of "Let's Hear It For the Boys. " "There is a saying that you hear at clinics all the time 'It ain't the Xs and Os, it's the Jimmys and Joes,'" he said. "We coaches can go in and draw it all up, but it's the players on the field that make all the difference. " Frederick's Jimmys weren't slim and its Joes were far from ordinary as the No. 1 Cadets stood up to defending Class 3A champion Linganore and put the Lancers in their place Friday for an emotional 13-3 victory in the MVAL Chesapeake.
SPORTS
By BRETT NIEVES | brett.nieves@herald-mail.com | April 23, 2013
It was all about the second half for the Frederick boys lacrosse team Tuesday night. After being tied with Smithsburg at halftime, the Cadets picked it up in the second half and came away with an 11-8 victory at Coach Carroll Reid Field. “We've always been a second-half team,” said Frederick coach Erik Neidinger. “As long as we can keep it close in the first half, we usually play our best in the second half.” The Cadets (6-5) could not have kept it any closer in the first half with Smithsburg as they were knotted in a 5-5 tie at the break.
NEWS
by MARK KELLER | November 13, 2004
keller@herald-mail.com FREDERICK, Md. - Any defender who has tried to stop Frederick running back Bruce Dorsey this season can tell you all about his power. On Friday, the Seneca Valley defense got to see a little bit of finesse from the big man. Dorsey took an option pitch from quarterback Cory Rhodes, outran one defender to the corner and hurdled another on his way to a 9-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter to give Frederick the lead for good in an 18-7 win over the Screamin' Eagles in a Maryland Class 3A West semifinal.
NEWS
By DAN KAUFFMAN | February 6, 2008
The South Hagerstown boys basketball team came tantalizingly close to upsetting Frederick in Tuesday's MVAL Piedmont game. In the end, though, the Rebels had to settle for an 18-point improvement from the first meeting between the two teams. Chris Jackson -- called on to score with several Rebels in foul trouble -- scored 11 of South's 15 points in the fourth quarter and finished with a game-high 18, but it wasn't enough as the Cadets held on for a 52-49 victory. Frederick (7-11, 4-2)
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | December 12, 2003
koelble@herald-mail.com FREDERICK, Md. - Basketball's game of runs turned in favor of North Hagerstown on Thursday night as the Hubs struck down Frederick 56-49 in the Cadets' home opener. North (2-0) closed with a 9-0 run to cap off a 20-7 fourth-period advantage to claim its second straight win heading into another tough tussle tonight at Walkersville. The Cadets suffered their first loss following two road victories. "We certainly can play better than we did, but we played a good team on the road," North head coach Tim McNamee said.
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SPORTS
By BRETT NIEVES | brett.nieves@herald-mail.com | April 23, 2013
It was all about the second half for the Frederick boys lacrosse team Tuesday night. After being tied with Smithsburg at halftime, the Cadets picked it up in the second half and came away with an 11-8 victory at Coach Carroll Reid Field. “We've always been a second-half team,” said Frederick coach Erik Neidinger. “As long as we can keep it close in the first half, we usually play our best in the second half.” The Cadets (6-5) could not have kept it any closer in the first half with Smithsburg as they were knotted in a 5-5 tie at the break.
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OPINION
March 24, 2013
Civil Air Patrol does more than search and rescue To the editor: Are you familiar with the local Civil Air Patrol in Washington County? Well, you should be. This program is one of the best youth programs in the area. I know this firsthand, because my son benefited greatly from his participation in this program, which encouraged him to make the military his career.  The first thing you notice about cadets is their manners. “Yes, ma'm” and “Yes, sir” are a constant.
EDUCATION
February 4, 2013
The following Virginia Military Institute cadets were among the approximately 1,500 who marched in this year's presidential inaugural parade Jan. 21: Alexander L. Brown of Smithsburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin R. Brown William C. Holzapfel of Hagerstown, son of  Mr. and Mrs. James N. Holzapfel Kirk L. Lambert of Frederick, Md., son of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Lambert Kyle J. Morse of Frederick, son of Mr. and Mrs....
SPORTS
December 12, 2012
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 PREP WRESTLING North Hagerstown 59, Frederick 15 at FREDERICK, Md. 106 - Ben Beard (NH) fft; 113 - Howard Shehan (NH) fft.; 120 - Antonio DeCastro (NH) m.d. Mitchell Kavanaugh, 12-2; 126 - Leif Kusmider (F) d. Collin Edwards, 4-1; 132 - Darwin Diaz (F) p. Josh Pettit, 2:31; 138 - Nick McMahon (F) fft.; 145 - Diantra Landry (NH) p. Sam Smiseik, 1:24; 152 - Cole McHose (NH) fft.; 160 - Andre McCall (NH) m.d. Jose Rodriguez, 15-7; 170 - Mike Leone (NH)
EDUCATION
December 4, 2012
Mackenzie Riford, a native  of Hagerstown and a member of the U.S. Military Academy's marathon team, will be part of the team that runs the ceremonial game ball from West Point to Philadelphia for the 113th Army-Navy football classic scheduled for Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field. The 19-member cadet team will accept the game ball at approximately 7 p.m. Thursday during the bonfire activities. The team will depart West Point, passing through several towns and cities during the two-day run to deliver the game ball for opening ceremonies at 2 p.m. This year marks the 84th time the Cadets and Midshipmen have met in Philadelphia for this longstanding rivalry.
EDUCATION
September 2, 2012
Cadet Mackenzie Riford, daughter of Maria Rubeling of Hagerstown and Tom Riford of Mercersburg, Pa., completed cadet basic training at the U.S. Military Academy. Riford entered West Point on July 2 and has successfully completed six weeks of cadet basic training. Also referred to as “Beast Barracks,” cadet training is one of the most challenging events a cadet will encounter over the course of their four years at the academy. The initial military training program provides cadets with basic skills to instill discipline, pride, cohesion, confidence and a high sense of duty to prepare them for entry into the corps of cadets.
LIFESTYLE
August 26, 2012
Preston Button of Hagerstown was presented the Warrior Forge Commanders Leadership Award at the U.S. Cadet Command's Leader Development and Assessment Course. Button was ranked No. 1 among more than 200 cadets in his training company at the 29-day leadership course, also known as Operation Warrior Forge, the training and assessment excercise for the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps. Cadets are tested on their physical stamina, endurance, ability to navigate over difficult terrain, and their team-building and leadership skills.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | June 4, 2012
This week will be different than the rest of summer vacation for 40 youths participating in the Fulton County (Pa.) Camp Cadet. The girls woke at 5 a.m. and the boys at 6 a.m. Monday for running, range shooting, water safety class and presentations at the camp, which is run by the Pennsylvania State Police. Events scheduled through Friday include lessons in arson investigations, forensics, first aid, and resisting drugs and alcohol. Isaiah Clark, 12, was one of 70 students who interviewed for a spot in the camp.
SPORTS
By WILL ROBINSON | Staff Correspondent | April 17, 2012
A furious flurry of goals in the second half was not enough for Smithsburg's girls lacrosse team Tuesday, as the Leopards fell to the Frederick Cadets 15-11 at Coach Carroll Reid Field. Down 13-5, the Leopards (1-6) scored five straight times - two by Taylor Cline and one each by Janice Edwards, Madison Duvall and Sarah Thompson - to cut the deficit to five. However, late scores by Frederick's Courtney Luther and Kellie McLaughlin sealed the win for the Cadets (2-5). “The defense started the run for us,” said Smithsburg coach Jessica Klinger.
SPORTS
By WILL ROBINSON | Staff Correspondent | April 2, 2012
The whirlwind first-half offense that has become customary for the North Hagerstown girls lacrosse team was needed on Monday, as the Hubs were tested late by Frederick. After scoring 12 goals in the first half, the Hubs escaped with a 13-11 victory over the Cadets at Mike Callas Stadium. Heading into the second half with a 12-5 lead, North (3-1) looked to be in the driver's seat. However, the Hubs found themselves in the crosshairs of a Cadets barrage, as Frederick outscored North 6-1 in the final 24 minutes.
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