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by BOB PARASILITI | November 4, 2006
Kenny Keyes was hoping the Hagerstown Community College basketball team would use its head this season. Now, he's hoping the Hawks will learn to keep them. HCC debuted in exciting fashion on Friday, but it was just a little more exciting than Keyes had hoped for in a 73-70 victory over Potomac State in the opening round of the Region XX Hall of Fame Tournament at the HCC athletic complex. With the win, HCC advances to today's championship game against Essex at 5 p.m., while Potomac State faces Baltimore at 3 in the consolation game.
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By Jack Hill III | March 22, 2008
Good Friday was not a good Friday for the Hagerstown Community College baseball team. Potomac State sophomore Andy Altemus hurled a complete game and struck out 13 as the Catamounts edged the Hawks, 3-1. "Andy pitched a great game today," Potomac State coach Doug Little said. "Hagerstown is a good team. On the road, to pitch that well against them is a big feather in his hat. He got all of his off-speed pitches across today. He kept them off-balance and that was the key. " Altemus (3-1)
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January 16, 1999
BY BILL STERNER / Staff Correspondent The Hagerstown Community College women's basketball team was stuck dealing with many little details before it was able to tackle its "biggest challenge. " Before the Hawks could meet Potomac State on Friday, there were little matters to overcome - poor weather, a cancelled practice and only one official showing up for the game. But with all the annoyances behind them, the Hawks put coach Marlys Palmer's frazzled nerves at ease. Quitta Scott drained two 3-pointers during a 19-3 second half run as Hagerstown (11-3, 7-1 Maryland JuCo)
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October 10, 2007
MEN'S SOCCER Montgomery-Rockville 6, HCC 0 ROCKVILLE, Md. - Sonny Hines made 17 saves for the Hawks (2-11-1, 1-9). WOMEN'S SOCCER Fowkes leads Catamounts CULLOWHEE, N.C. - Shannon Fowkes, a 2006 Smithsburg graduate, scored her team-high third goal of the season for Western Carolina (7-6, 2-2) in the Catamounts' recent 2-1 Southern Conference victory over The Citadel. WOMEN'S TENNIS HCC 5, Cecil 4 Singles - 1. Francis Ferdinand (C)
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by JACK HILL III | November 12, 2002
Potomac State showed it could draw the line with its aggressive style. Then the Catamounts were able to toe that same line to cash in on their opportunities. Potomac State scored nine of its final 15 points from the foul line to pull out a come-from-behind 80-75 win over Hagerstown Community College on Monday night in a Region XX women's basketball game at the HCC athletic complex. "We have got some kids that have got some quickness," Potomac State coach Gary Liston said.
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by JACK HILL III/Staff Correspondent | May 16, 2005
Potomac State capped its perfect run through the Region XX Baseball Tournament with an 11-9 victory over Hagerstown Community College in Sunday's championship game at HCC. The Catamounts (29-11) went 3-0 in the tournament, including two victories over the Hawks, to win their fifth tournament title in the last six years. "It wasn't easy," Potomac State coach Doug Little said. "Hagerstown is a good team and it is hard to beat a team in their own town. They are well-coached. That helped us to score 10 runs during the first four innings.
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by BOB PARASILITI | November 29, 2005
bobp@herald-mail.com No matter how you look at it, Christi Bartlett is the colonel - or kernel - of the inside game for the Hagerstown Community College women's basketball team. "They bounce off of her like popcorn off the floor," HCC coach Marlys Palmer said. Bartlett buttered up HCC's offense with 24 points and 14 rebounds - all in the paint - Monday to help the Hawks salt away a 69-60 victory over regional rival Potomac State, getting all but a concession speech from the Catamounts along the way. Bartlett keyed a Hawks' inside game which scored 26 of its 28 baskets in the paint, including eight on fast breaks.
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November 13, 2008
MEN'S BASKETBALL BRYN MAWR, Pa. -- Hagerstown Community College's Raason Young scored a game-high 30 points, including a 3-pointer as time expired in regulation to force overtime, but the Hawks couldn't finish off Harcum in the extra period Wednesday, falling 97-90. Will Taylor had a double-double with 10 points and 13 rebounds for HCC (2-1), while Jeremy Myers added 14 points and five assists, Amaurys Fermin scored 17 points and K'yan Andrews grabbed nine boards. WOMEN'S SOCCER Fowkes to play in NCAA tourney CULLOWHEE, N.C. -- Smithsburg graduate Shannon Fowkes has started all 22 games this season for Western Carolina, which will play ACC champion North Carolina in the first round of the NCAA tournament Friday in Chapel Hill, N.C. Fowkes has two goals and two assists this season for the Catamounts (13-7-2)
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By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | September 9, 2008
Hagerstown Community College's young volleyball team seems to be quickly maturing. The Hawks swept Potomac State College 25-16, 25-11, 25-21 at the HCC athletic complex Monday evening. HCC, currently ranked No. 10 in the NJCAA Division II poll, improved its record to 6-4. "In tonight's match, the girls had much more intensity and they seemed like they were a much happier team playing tonight," said HCC coach Beth Domenico, whose 11-player roster includes 10 freshmen. "I think we really had a frustrating opening tournament.
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By Jack Hill III | March 22, 2008
Good Friday was not a good Friday for the Hagerstown Community College baseball team. Potomac State sophomore Andy Altemus hurled a complete game and struck out 13 as the Catamounts edged the Hawks, 3-1. "Andy pitched a great game today," Potomac State coach Doug Little said. "Hagerstown is a good team. On the road, to pitch that well against them is a big feather in his hat. He got all of his off-speed pitches across today. He kept them off-balance and that was the key. " Altemus (3-1)
NEWS
March 1, 2008
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL FREDERICK, Md. - It was starting to look like the Hagerstown Community College women's basketball team didn't have a clue. On Friday, the Hawks had all the answers. HCC's starting five scored all but six points as the Hawks held off Potomac State 85-78 in the quarterfinals of the Region XX Tournament at Frederick Community College. The No. 2-seeded Hawks started out the season by winning 21 straight games before stumbling to the region tournament by losing four of their last seven.
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by BOB PARASILITI | November 4, 2006
Kenny Keyes was hoping the Hagerstown Community College basketball team would use its head this season. Now, he's hoping the Hawks will learn to keep them. HCC debuted in exciting fashion on Friday, but it was just a little more exciting than Keyes had hoped for in a 73-70 victory over Potomac State in the opening round of the Region XX Hall of Fame Tournament at the HCC athletic complex. With the win, HCC advances to today's championship game against Essex at 5 p.m., while Potomac State faces Baltimore at 3 in the consolation game.
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