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February 29, 2008
SINGLE GAME SCORING LEADERS FOR 2007-08 Thru 2/27 BOYS 40 - Steve Bartholow, Heritage, 1/22 vs. Bishop Walsh 39 - Dameatric Scott, Greencastle, 2/18 vs. Susquehanna Twp. 37 - Kevin Breslin, St. Maria Goretti, 12/9 vs. Mercersburg 35 - Dameatric Scott, Greencastle, 2/1 vs. Boiling Springs 34 - H.B. Dunham, Faith Christian, 2/8 vs. Grace Academy 34 - Armond Perez, Chambersburg, 1/8 vs. Carlisle ...
by JACK HILL III | February 21, 2003
Heritage Academy did more than a little "Kidd"-ing around Thursday in the quarterfinals of the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference tournament. Junior point guard Drew Kidd did it all for the Eagles with 25 points to go with nine assists and four steals in a 70-59 victory over Grace Academy. "I thought that we didn't shoot the ball very well, but our defense made up for it," said Kidd, who hit 9 of 13 foul shots. "We played very hard defense. Our guys kept the intensity level up and we played hard for the whole game.
December 18, 2005
GIRLS BASKETBALL Allegany 35, St. Maria Goretti 26 Jessica Tichnell scored 14 points to lead Allegany to its second straight Lady Gaels Classic championship with a win over St. Maria Goretti. Erin Haney had 11 points and four steals to lead the Gaels (5-3). CVCS 52, Broadfording 41 Miranda Payne scored a game-high 23 points to lead Cumberland Valley Christian past Broadfording in the consolation game of the Lady Gaels Classic. Kim Sensenderfer had 14 points and Lauren Peterson added 11 for CVCS (5-2)
May 28, 2012
Monday, May 28,2012 ADULT BASEBALL Former North Hagerstown pitcher Colby Fisher tossed a four-hit shutout on Monday to lead the Hagerstown Braves to a 5-0 victory over the Brunswick Orioles and the championship of the Reno Powell Memorial Day tournament. Fisher went the distance as the Braves opened the season with a 6-0 record. Shepherd University star Nathan Minnich had three hits and three RBIs and North Hagerstown junior Andrew Yacyk had a run-scoring single.
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