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by DAN KAUFFMAN | December 26, 2003
kauffman@herald-mail.com Go west, young Hubs and Rebels. That's the call this holiday season for the No. 1 South Hagerstown and No. 3 North Hagerstown boys basketball teams. Both will hit the road to Cumberland, Md. for the second installment of the "How The West Was Won" mixer (called the Two-Town Showdown last year at South) at Fort Hill. The Hubs (4-2) play Fort Hill at 6 tonight, while the Rebels (3-1) take on Allegany at 7:30. On Saturday, North and Allegany will tussle at 6 before the Rebels play Fort Hill at 7:30 in a rematch of a game played at South last Friday - a game the Sentinels won 68-64 after racing out to a 28-9 lead to give the Rebels their only loss this season.
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December 22, 2004
BOYS BASKETBALL WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Scott Livengood scored six of Waynesboro's eight points in overtime to lift the Indians to a 55-50 Mid-Penn Capital win over Scotland on Tuesday night. Livengood finished with 12 points, while Kevin Kline had 13 and Jordan Reitz had 10 to go with five assists for Waynesboro (4-4, 2-1). John Long had 12 rebounds, four blocks and three steals and Josh Arendt had eight points and three steals. Jermal Ruffin had 16 points and Greg Robinson had 12 for Scotland (4-4, 1-2)
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October 29, 2006
PREP CROSS COUNTRY W.Va. State Meet ONA, W.Va. (AP) - Results from the West Virginia high school cross country championships on Saturday at Cabell Midland High School: Class AAA Girls Team Scores 1. Morgantown, 38 points. 2. Preston 49. 3. University 55. 4. Cabell Midland 107. 5. Jefferson 169. 6. Parkersburg 178. 7. Hedgesville 189. 8. Elkins 208. 9. Capital 239. 10. Ripley 240. 11. George Washington 318. Top individual finishers 1. Amber Riley, University, 19 minutes, 42 seconds.
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by | December 23, 2003
BOYS BASKETBALL WALKERSVILLE, Md. - David Minor had a season-high 40 points - 34 in the second half - to lead No. 1 South Hagerstown past No. 4 Walkersville, 84-78, in double overtime Monday night. Walkersville's Brock McCollum forced the first overtime with an open 3-point jumper at the buzzer. McCollum finished with 22 points and 13 rebounds. South's Jesse Gutekunst sent the game to a second overtime when Miner intentionally missed the second of two free throws and Gutekunst grabbed the rebound and layed it in to beat the buzzer.
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January 5, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL TOWSON, Md. - Kevin Brashears led a balanced scoring attack with 10 points as eight Gaels scored Tuesday on the way to a 56-42 Baltimore Catholic League victory over Loyola. Goretti (9-5, 1-2) used a 16-0 run in the first quarter to distance itself from the Dons (4-9, 0-4). Brashears also had six rebounds while Joey Spierenburg had nine points, nine assists, eight blocked shots and five rebounds. Andy Chambers added six points and seven rebounds.
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January 7, 2004
GIRLS BASKETBALL SMITHSBURG - Emily Balogh had 19 points and six rebounds and Catoctin jumped out to a 21-5 first quarter lead and rolled past Smithsburg 56-37 in the MVAL Antietam on Tuesday. Sara Wastler had nine points and eight assists for the Cougars (3-4, 1-0), who outrebounded Smithsburg, 33-19. Tara Knable had 13 points and Heather Bywaters added 11 for the Leopards (3-6, 0-1). Century 54, North 44 SYKESVILLE, Md. - Chelsea Loskarn had 15 points and as Century defeated North Hagerstown.
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February 9, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL FREDERICK, Md. - Liberty used a tough zone defense that Thomas Johnson couldn't quite crack and the Lions stunned the No. 1 Patriots in MVAL Chesapeake action, 67-64 on Tuesday night. Liberty (11-5, 5-4) broke a 50-50 tie at the start of the fourth quarter and led the rest of the way. The Patriots (16-2, 8-1) closed to within three several times but fell short each time. Tim Abercrombie hit five 3-pointers en rout to a team-high 19 points, while Wardell Roberts added 18 for TJ. Jair Brady had 12 points.
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April 12, 2005
PREP SOFTBALL WILLIAMSPORT - Alecia Brandenburg hit a three-run homer and pitched a three-hitter with nine strikeouts as No. 3 Catoctin blanked Williamsport 11-0 in five innings in MVAL Antietam action Monday. Sara Wastler added three hits for the Cougars (6-1, 5-0), while Brittany Brown had two. Williamsport falls to 4-3 (2-3). St. John's-PH 13, Grace 2 Kate Kersey pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts as St. John's at Prospect Hall blanked Grace Academy (2-1)
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December 17, 2003
BOYS BASKETBALL WAYNESBORO, Pa. - James Buchanan's Shase Hollenshead hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game to overtime and the Rockets rallied for a 65-62 Mid-Penn Colonial victory over Waynesboro Tuesday night. Hollenshead finished with 20 points, while Drew Hostler had 16 and Shane Rife added 10 for JB. Scott Livengood led Waynesboro (2-5, 2-2) with 16 points, while Kevin Sanders had 15 and Earl Hewitt added 14. Bryce Rodgers had six rebounds in the loss.
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January 24, 2003
BEL AIR, Md. - Lawrence Wingate and Peter Sajery each scored 17 points as Hagerstown Community College got back to the .500 mark with an 83-78 Maryland JuCo Conference win over Harford on Wednesday. Sajery finished with a double-double, adding 10 rebounds. Clif Carey had 14 points, Thomas Johnson had 10 points and six rebounds and Tavis Green added six rebounds for the Hawks (9-9, 6-6). HAGERSTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE (83) Wingate 6 4-4 17, Kenley 2 0-1 4, Naylor 4 0-4 9, Carey 6 0-0 14, Brooks 3 2-2 8, Green 2 0-0 4, Johnson 4 2-2 10, Sajery 7 3-5 17. Totals 35 11-18 83. HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE (78)
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