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January 6, 2009
Boys Basketball Central Dauphin East at Chambersburg, 6 North Hagerstown at Liberty, 7 South Hagerstown at Brunswick, 7 Clear Spring at Boonsboro, 7 Greencastle at East Pennsboro, 7:30 James Buchanan at Susquenita, 7:30 Girls Basketball St. Maria Goretti at Mercersburg Academy, 5:45 Chambersburg at Central Dauphin East, 6 Brunswick at South Hagerstown, 7 Boonsboro at Clear Spring, 7 Bishop Walsh at St. James, 7 ...
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By LARRY YANOS | February 5, 2008
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- A determined Dameatric Scott tipped in his own missed shot with two seconds remaining in the game, lifting Greencastle-Antrim to a dramatic 53-52 win over Central Dauphin East in the Mid-Penn Conference playoffs on Monday. Greencaste-Antrim (21-3), which won the Capital Division title with a 10-0 record, trailed 52-51 when coach Garon Gembe called a timeout with 10.6 seconds remaining in the game. His strategy: Get the basketball to Scott on the left wing.
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December 2, 2002
GIRLS BASKETBALL CARLISLE, Pa. - Courtney West scored 16 points to offset James Buchanan's off-shooting night Friday in a 49-40 victory over Mechanicsburg in the opening round of the Carlisle Tip-Off Tournament. The Rockets managed to hit just 13 of 33 shots from the free-throw line. Emily Stoner had 13 points for James Buchanan (1-0), which will play in the championship game today at 5 p.m. JAMES BUCHANAN (49) Pickens 4, Lehman 6, S. West 6, C. West 16, Helfrick 2, Stoner 13, Crider 2. Totals 17 13-33 49. MECHANICSBURG (40)
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December 11, 2007
BOYS BASKETBALL Central Dauphin East 61, Chambersburg 40 CENTRAL DAUPHIN EAST Porter 2, Glenn 13, Dubesky 2, Gunning 13, Bates 17, Sweigert 8, DeVan 3, Breeden 3. Totals 24 8-17 61. CHAMBERSBURG (2-2) Borzager 6, Bailey 4, Jednat 4, Peoples 11, Perez 11, Merritt 4. Totals 19 0-0 40. Central Dauphin East 14 13 19 15 - 61 Chambersburg 7 8 14 10 - 40 Three-point goals CD East 4 (Glenn, Bates 3), Chambersburg 2 (Peoples, Perez). JV - Central Dauphin East, 65-51 (Ch: Zach Andrews, Orlando McBeth 10 each)
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By CHRIS CARTER / Staff Correspondent | December 11, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Chambersburg boys basketball team entered its Mid-Penn Commonwealth matchup with Central Dauphin East on Monday night averaging almost 80 points per game. Not anymore. The Trojans had fewer field goals than turnovers and zero free-throw attempts in an uninspiring performance that dropped their average by 10 points, as the Trojans trailed by double-digits for the entire second half in a 61-40 home loss. Senior forwards Armond Perez and DeVonte Merritt combined for just 15 points.
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BY BONNIE H. BRECHBILL | February 22, 2004
bonnieb@herald-mail.com WAYNESBORO, Pa. - North Hagerstown High School made a strong showing at the Waynesboro Indoor Guard and Percussion Show at Waynesboro Area Senior High School Saturday. Competing in the highest division, North took home the first-place trophy in the Blue Percussion competition and second place in the Blue Color Guard event. Chambersburg took first-place honors in the Blue Color Guard competition, while Greencastle-Antrim High School took first in the Blue Percussion Ensemble event.
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January 6, 2009
Boys Basketball Central Dauphin East at Chambersburg, 6 North Hagerstown at Liberty, 7 South Hagerstown at Brunswick, 7 Clear Spring at Boonsboro, 7 Greencastle at East Pennsboro, 7:30 James Buchanan at Susquenita, 7:30 Girls Basketball St. Maria Goretti at Mercersburg Academy, 5:45 Chambersburg at Central Dauphin East, 6 Brunswick at South Hagerstown, 7 Boonsboro at Clear Spring, 7 Bishop Walsh at St. James, 7 ...
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By LARRY YANOS | February 5, 2008
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- A determined Dameatric Scott tipped in his own missed shot with two seconds remaining in the game, lifting Greencastle-Antrim to a dramatic 53-52 win over Central Dauphin East in the Mid-Penn Conference playoffs on Monday. Greencaste-Antrim (21-3), which won the Capital Division title with a 10-0 record, trailed 52-51 when coach Garon Gembe called a timeout with 10.6 seconds remaining in the game. His strategy: Get the basketball to Scott on the left wing.
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By CHRIS CARTER / Staff Correspondent | December 11, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Chambersburg boys basketball team entered its Mid-Penn Commonwealth matchup with Central Dauphin East on Monday night averaging almost 80 points per game. Not anymore. The Trojans had fewer field goals than turnovers and zero free-throw attempts in an uninspiring performance that dropped their average by 10 points, as the Trojans trailed by double-digits for the entire second half in a 61-40 home loss. Senior forwards Armond Perez and DeVonte Merritt combined for just 15 points.
NEWS
December 11, 2007
BOYS BASKETBALL Central Dauphin East 61, Chambersburg 40 CENTRAL DAUPHIN EAST Porter 2, Glenn 13, Dubesky 2, Gunning 13, Bates 17, Sweigert 8, DeVan 3, Breeden 3. Totals 24 8-17 61. CHAMBERSBURG (2-2) Borzager 6, Bailey 4, Jednat 4, Peoples 11, Perez 11, Merritt 4. Totals 19 0-0 40. Central Dauphin East 14 13 19 15 - 61 Chambersburg 7 8 14 10 - 40 Three-point goals CD East 4 (Glenn, Bates 3), Chambersburg 2 (Peoples, Perez). JV - Central Dauphin East, 65-51 (Ch: Zach Andrews, Orlando McBeth 10 each)
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April 20, 2006
PREP SOFTBALL CAMP HILL, Pa. - Sarah Signore pitched her second career perfect game as No. 4 Greencastle beat Camp Hill 6-0 in a Mid-Penn Capital game on Wednesday. Signore had 12 strikeouts in her sixth win of the season, and Rochelle Christman had two hits for the Blue Devils (9-2, 7-1). No. 3 Waynesboro 6, CD East 1 WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Taryn Ashway allowed one unearned run and struck out 12 while throwing a complete-game two-hitter for Waynesboro in a win against Central Dauphin East.
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BY BONNIE H. BRECHBILL | February 22, 2004
bonnieb@herald-mail.com WAYNESBORO, Pa. - North Hagerstown High School made a strong showing at the Waynesboro Indoor Guard and Percussion Show at Waynesboro Area Senior High School Saturday. Competing in the highest division, North took home the first-place trophy in the Blue Percussion competition and second place in the Blue Color Guard event. Chambersburg took first-place honors in the Blue Color Guard competition, while Greencastle-Antrim High School took first in the Blue Percussion Ensemble event.
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