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by JACK HILL III | January 9, 2004
The North Hagerstown girls basketball team showed on Thursday night just how far defense can take you. For the Hubs, it meant a trip to the win column. The Hubs held Boonsboro to seven field goals, including two 3-pointers, and put out more than enough offense to notch a 55-35 victory over the Warriors in an Monocacy Valley Athletic League Antietam Conference game. "I thought our defensive effort was very good," North Hagerstown coach Barry Brown said. "Offensively, I think that our decision-making is much improved.
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by JACK HILL III | February 12, 2004
SMITHSBURG - The Smithsburg girls basketball team is finding out that even in success, there is room for improvement. The Leopards jumped out to a big first-half lead Wednesday but were forced to weather a North Hagerstown comeback attempt to take a 43-37 MVAL Antietam victory over the Hubs. "We played pretty well on the defensive end," Smithsburg coach Bill Fowkes said. "We got balanced scoring on the offensive end. I thought that Laura Best and Emily Favret really stepped up when they came in and that really gave us a boost in the first half.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III/Staff Correspondent | January 28, 2005
North Hagerstown girls coach Barry Brown didn't need to give a heated lecture to convince his team of the importance of a game with South Hagerstown. That was because the Hubs already knew the magnitude of the North-South tradition. The Hubs didn't forget either as they ran over the Rebels 69-46 on Thursday night in an MVAL Antietam game at South Hagerstown High School. "I have been preaching to them every day to play defense," Brown said. "I didn't have to tell them today, because this was the North-South game.
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by JACK HILL III/Staff Correspondent | December 28, 2004
WILLIAMSPORT - The North Hagerstown Hubs came back from a 37-25 deficit midway through the third quarter to pull out a 54-52 win over the Boonsboro Warriors on Monday afternoon in the first game of the 18th Annual Richard E. Doub Ladies Classic at Williamsport High School. The Beall Mountaineers defeated the Williamsport Wildcats 56-41 in the second game. Boonsboro (4-3) will face Williamsport (1-6) in the consolation game today at 1 p.m. Beall (5-1) will square off against North (4-3)
NEWS
by BILL STERNER/Staff Correspondent | January 8, 2005
BOONSBORO - The Boonsboro girls basketball team might still be searching for its identity in the rough-and-tumble MVAL Antietam Conference, but the Warriors' Jessie Ambrose sure left her calling card Friday evening. Ambrose, the Warriors' shooting guard, gave new definition to that moniker, lighting up North Hagerstown for 31 points as No. 10 Boonsboro held the Hubs at arm's length, 64-56. "Right there, No. 15, that's the whole story tonight," North coach Barry Brown said, referring to Ambrose.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | September 21, 2006
At the Brunswick Cross Country Invitational last Saturday, Smithsburg junior Corey Centofonti found himself in a place he'd never been before at the finish line. First place. "That was my first varsity win. It just shocked me," said Centofonti, who topped the field of 109 runners on the 3-mile course in 16 minutes, 53 seconds. "It's a good feeling. I never had that feeling before. " Williamsport's Justin Cole and Jefferson's Cory Hampshire - both Herald-Mail All-Area First Team runners last fall - finished second and third, respectively, in 17:01 and 17:09.
NEWS
by BILL STERNER / Staff Correspondent | January 10, 2003
CLEAR SPRING - Clear Spring's Ashley Keeney pulled up and deftly hit a rainbow 10-footer at the buzzer, signaling for the party to begin. The shot allowed the faithful few in the stands to stand and cheer wildly while the rest of the Blazers raced across the floor to give Keeney hugs and smiles of congratulations. Sure, the fiinal score was North Hagerstown 56, Clear Spring 27, but it was still time to feel good. "Hey, we celebrate each and every baby step, and believe me, we are getting better," Clear Spring coach Jeff Hall said.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III | February 5, 2003
The North Hagerstown Hubs had it in their minds that they were not going to quit on Tuesday night. The Hubs came back from an 11-point deficit in the third quarter to squeeze out a 43-42 victory over the Boonsboro Warriors in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League girls basketball game. Senior point guard Christine Ennis had team-high totals of 15 points, nine rebounds and four steals to lead the way for North Hagerstown (4-13, 2-11). "We worked as a team and we didn't give up," Ennis said.
NEWS
by DAN KAUFFMAN | February 21, 2004
kauffman@herald-mail.com Just when Chelsea Clark had found her rhythm and North Hagerstown's girls basketball team showed signs of life against Smithsburg, Clark's fourth foul sent her to the bench, left the Hubs reeling and propelled the Leopards to an important victory. Tara Knable and Candace Stanford attacked the Hubs inside for 15 points each, and with Clark out of the game, Smithsburg used a 6-1 run in the final two minutes of the third quarter to re-establish control in a 52-41 victory Friday night that locked up second place in the MVAL Antietam.
NEWS
by DAN KAUFFMAN | May 3, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com Four years ago, Chelsea Clark made her first voyage into organized basketball. No one had any idea just how successful a journey it would turn out to be. Clark, who blossomed into a Herald-Mail All-Area First Team forward for North Hagerstown as a junior last year, chose her next voyage Monday, when she signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Radford University, a Division I program in the Big South...
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by ANDREW MASON | September 21, 2006
At the Brunswick Cross Country Invitational last Saturday, Smithsburg junior Corey Centofonti found himself in a place he'd never been before at the finish line. First place. "That was my first varsity win. It just shocked me," said Centofonti, who topped the field of 109 runners on the 3-mile course in 16 minutes, 53 seconds. "It's a good feeling. I never had that feeling before. " Williamsport's Justin Cole and Jefferson's Cory Hampshire - both Herald-Mail All-Area First Team runners last fall - finished second and third, respectively, in 17:01 and 17:09.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | May 3, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com Four years ago, Chelsea Clark made her first voyage into organized basketball. No one had any idea just how successful a journey it would turn out to be. Clark, who blossomed into a Herald-Mail All-Area First Team forward for North Hagerstown as a junior last year, chose her next voyage Monday, when she signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Radford University, a Division I program in the Big South...
NEWS
by JACK HILL III/Staff Correspondent | January 28, 2005
North Hagerstown girls coach Barry Brown didn't need to give a heated lecture to convince his team of the importance of a game with South Hagerstown. That was because the Hubs already knew the magnitude of the North-South tradition. The Hubs didn't forget either as they ran over the Rebels 69-46 on Thursday night in an MVAL Antietam game at South Hagerstown High School. "I have been preaching to them every day to play defense," Brown said. "I didn't have to tell them today, because this was the North-South game.
NEWS
by BILL STERNER/Staff Correspondent | January 8, 2005
BOONSBORO - The Boonsboro girls basketball team might still be searching for its identity in the rough-and-tumble MVAL Antietam Conference, but the Warriors' Jessie Ambrose sure left her calling card Friday evening. Ambrose, the Warriors' shooting guard, gave new definition to that moniker, lighting up North Hagerstown for 31 points as No. 10 Boonsboro held the Hubs at arm's length, 64-56. "Right there, No. 15, that's the whole story tonight," North coach Barry Brown said, referring to Ambrose.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III/Staff Correspondent | December 28, 2004
WILLIAMSPORT - The North Hagerstown Hubs came back from a 37-25 deficit midway through the third quarter to pull out a 54-52 win over the Boonsboro Warriors on Monday afternoon in the first game of the 18th Annual Richard E. Doub Ladies Classic at Williamsport High School. The Beall Mountaineers defeated the Williamsport Wildcats 56-41 in the second game. Boonsboro (4-3) will face Williamsport (1-6) in the consolation game today at 1 p.m. Beall (5-1) will square off against North (4-3)
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | December 8, 2004
koelble@herald-mail.com It's been some time since the North Hagerstown girls basketball team saw the upside of a .500 record. If indications hold true, the Hubs won't be an automatic win on their opponents' schedules this year. North opened its campaign filled with promise with a 54-47 victory Tuesday night over a South Carroll team that had decimated the Hubs 70-43 in the opener last year. Chelsea Clark, one of only two seniors on the roster, and sophomore Cara Thompson each posted double-doubles while the Hubs withstood 25 turnovers and 10 of 23 shooting from the charity stripe.
NEWS
by DAN KAUFFMAN | February 21, 2004
kauffman@herald-mail.com Just when Chelsea Clark had found her rhythm and North Hagerstown's girls basketball team showed signs of life against Smithsburg, Clark's fourth foul sent her to the bench, left the Hubs reeling and propelled the Leopards to an important victory. Tara Knable and Candace Stanford attacked the Hubs inside for 15 points each, and with Clark out of the game, Smithsburg used a 6-1 run in the final two minutes of the third quarter to re-establish control in a 52-41 victory Friday night that locked up second place in the MVAL Antietam.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III | February 12, 2004
SMITHSBURG - The Smithsburg girls basketball team is finding out that even in success, there is room for improvement. The Leopards jumped out to a big first-half lead Wednesday but were forced to weather a North Hagerstown comeback attempt to take a 43-37 MVAL Antietam victory over the Hubs. "We played pretty well on the defensive end," Smithsburg coach Bill Fowkes said. "We got balanced scoring on the offensive end. I thought that Laura Best and Emily Favret really stepped up when they came in and that really gave us a boost in the first half.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III | January 9, 2004
The North Hagerstown girls basketball team showed on Thursday night just how far defense can take you. For the Hubs, it meant a trip to the win column. The Hubs held Boonsboro to seven field goals, including two 3-pointers, and put out more than enough offense to notch a 55-35 victory over the Warriors in an Monocacy Valley Athletic League Antietam Conference game. "I thought our defensive effort was very good," North Hagerstown coach Barry Brown said. "Offensively, I think that our decision-making is much improved.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III | February 5, 2003
The North Hagerstown Hubs had it in their minds that they were not going to quit on Tuesday night. The Hubs came back from an 11-point deficit in the third quarter to squeeze out a 43-42 victory over the Boonsboro Warriors in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League girls basketball game. Senior point guard Christine Ennis had team-high totals of 15 points, nine rebounds and four steals to lead the way for North Hagerstown (4-13, 2-11). "We worked as a team and we didn't give up," Ennis said.
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