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June 25, 2011
Valley defeated Clear Spring 13-11 on Saturday to advance to the Maryland District 1 9-10 Tournament winners' bracket semifinals. Brendan Kemp and Chase Miller had three hits each and Chris Martin struck out four for Valley, which will host National on Tuesday at 6 p.m. Garret Hose and Tanner Sines each had two hits and an RBI for Clear Spring, which will travel to South Mountain for a losers' bracket game Monday at 6 p.m.
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August 16, 2012
Geocaching program suggested for town CLEAR SPRING - The Clear Spring Town Council heard a presentation Monday night about having a geocaching program in town. Geocaching is a worldwide program in which people search for hidden treasures using a GPS device or a smartphone. Dwight Wingert, a Mount Aetna resident who gave the presentation, said there are 3 million treasures hidden throughout the world. Wingert said geocaching is very popular, and people who search for the treasures spend money in towns where it is offered.
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August 5, 2010
CRANSTON, R.I. -- New York state champion Commack South shut out Maryland state champion Clear Spring 5-0 on Wednesday, giving New York a spot in the Little Lague 9-10 Eastern Regional Invitational semifinals while eliminating Clear Spring from contention. "We only had two hits. We just didn't hit the ball out of the infield," Clear Spring manager Pete Lazich said. "We just couldn't drive the ball, everything was on the infield and they were making the defensive outs. Two hits isn't going to win many games.
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By BRETT NIEVES/Staff Correspondent | July 20, 2010
BOONSBORO -- Clear Spring's bats started cold, but finally heated up at the right time against West Salisbury in Monday's Maryland 9-10 Little League Tournament. Clear Spring only managed one hit in the first two innings and still finished with 10 hits on its way to a 15-8 victory to win the winners' bracket title. Clear Spring will play Thursday evening at 6 in the championship round against either Denton, Northwest Washington or West Salisbury. Jaret Lazich led Clear Spring by going 3-for-4, including a double, with two RBIs.
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By CHERYL WEAVER | December 20, 2010
Shopping deadline Only a few shopping days left until Christmas. I hope everyone has a merry one. Senior site The senior site in Clear Spring will be closed Dec. 24 to 27, and will reopen Dec. 28. It will also be closed Dec. 31 to Jan. 3, and reopen Jan. 4, in observance of Christmas and New Year's Day. Christmas Eve service St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, at 22 Cumberland St. in Clear Spring,...
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By JACK HILL II | Staff Correspondent | September 10, 2013
The Clear Spring Blazers dominated the Berkeley Springs Indians from start to finish as they scored a quick 25-5, 25-10, 25-8 sweep on Tuesday night in a high school volleyball match. “I think our girls were working well together,” Clear Spring coach Sabrina LeHew said. “We were trying some new things. We were serving aggressively, which actually resulted in 10 errors. But it is hard to be mad at that, because we had 28 aces. I was happy that my girls came out with a lot of intensity and we never had a lull in the action.
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September 10, 2013
Wednesday Rotary Club of Williamsport meets at The Improved Order of Red Men Tribe 84, 7:30 a.m. Infant story time for ages 6 to 18 months, Smithsburg Library, 11 a.m. Children's story time for ages 3 to 5, Williamsport Memorial Library, 11:30 a.m. Christian Business Men's Connection, Western Sizzlin, 17567 York Road, noon to 1:15 p.m. Contact Bob Poor, 301-991-3126, for more information. Hagerstown Rotary Club meets at Fountain Head Country Club, noon. Preschool story time for ages 3 to 5, Hancock Library, 1 p.m. Elementary library time for grades kindergarten to five, L.P. Snyder Library, Clear Spring, 3:30 p.m. Preschool story time for ages 3 and older, Boonsboro Free Library, 3:30 p.m. Story time and craft, Keedysville Library, 3:30 p.m. Boonsboro Lions Club meets at Boonsboro American Legion, 6:30 p.m. Funkstown Lions Club meets at the Ramada Plaza Hotel, Underpass Way, 6:30 p.m. Smithsburg Lions Club meets at Old City Buffet, 12771 Washington Township Blvd., Waynesboro, Pa. 6:30 p.m. Downsville Ruritan Club meets at Old Downsville Schoolhouse, 7 p.m. Hancock Town Council meets at Town Hall, 7 p.m. Thursday Toddler Time for ages 18 to 36 months, Smithsburg Library, 11 a.m. Exchange Club of Hagerstown meets at Nick's Airport Inn, 12:15 p.m. Hagerstown Kiwanis Club meets at Academy Theater Banquet & Conference Center, 58 E. Washington St., 12:15 p.m. Food Bank and Second...
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September 9, 2013
Candidate deadlines, election announced The deadline to declare candidacy in the upcoming Clear Spring town elections is Monday, Oct. 7, town officials said Monday night. To be eligible, candidates must reside in Clear Spring for at least two years prior to running for office, be at least 21 years old, be a qualified voter and maintain residence throughout his or her term, Mayor Paul D. Hose Jr. said. The seats of Hose and council members Carol and Theodore Hovermale will be up for grabs in the Monday, Nov. 4 election.
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By WILL ROBINSON | will.robinson@herald-mail.com | September 7, 2013
Williamsport and Smithsburg were victorious in Saturday's Washington County Girls Soccer Tournament semifinals, earning a date in the championship game on Sept. 21 at Mike Callas Stadium. Williamsport defeated Clear Spring 2-0 in Saturday's first semifinal. Despite holding the ball in Clear Spring's side of the field for the majority of the first half, Williamsport (2-0) didn't score until the 24th minute, when Erin Palmer found the top left corner of the net from 21 yards out. “Clear Spring is a very physical team.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | September 7, 2013
The one and only extra point that was converted on Saturday was the difference in a win or loss. Ryan Abbott's kick in the second quarter gave Saint James a 7-6 lead and ended up being the difference on a beautiful Saturday afternoon as the Saints presented head coach John Root with his first victory in a 13-12 nailbiter over Clear Spring. “It's nice to get the first win, but I'm more happy for the kids,” Root said. The effort was strong, but the results leading to the final were a little sloppy, especially in the second half.
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By JACK HILL III | Staff Correspondent | September 6, 2013
The Clear Spring and Williamsport girls soccer teams earned first-round victories on Friday in the Washington County Tournament at Mike Callas Stadium. The Blazers defeated the South Hagerstown Rebels 4-1 in the opening game, before the Wildcats shut out Hancock 11-0 in the second game. * In the opener, Clear Spring got on the scoreboard in the fifth minute when senior Sam Staley scored on an assist from Audrey Flaherty. Just 56 seconds later, the Blazers scored again on junior forward Lexi Albert's unassisted goal through the middle.
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September 5, 2013
September 6-7, 2013 Washington County games Century Knights (5-5) at South Hagerstown Rebels (8-2) When: Today, 7 p.m. Series record: Century leads, 3-1. Last meeting: 2008 - Century, 38-0. Last week: This is the season opener for both teams. Next week: Frederick at Century; South Hagerstown at Thomas Johnson. Williamsport Wildcats (1-9) at Liberty Lions (4-6) When: Today, 7 p.m. Series record: Liberty leads, 4-0. Last meeting: 2012 - Liberty, 34-14.
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By ANDREW MASON | andrewm@herald-mail.com | September 5, 2013
Last year, Boonsboro became the first cross country program in Washington County to win both girls and boys team titles at the Maryland state meet in the same season, accomplishing the feat in Class 1A. Now, beginning this school year, the Warriors are in 2A. “Last year the goal was to win states, and that's still the goal,” Boonsboro coach Becky Walter said. “Obviously we're in 2A and the competition is a lot better, just more depth all around. But these kids are working hard for it. They want to prove that they didn't just win in 1A, but that they can win in 2A as well.” While the Boonsboro girls have lost three of their top-five scorers from last year's team to graduation, including individual state champion Sarah Zielinski, they have a pair of big-time additions to join top returnees Kortney Cunningham, a senior, and Ella Hawkins, a junior, at the front of the pack.
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By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | September 5, 2013
Blocking and tackling are usually the most important things in football. Clear Spring knows those techniques will take them places. But they add two more factors on their list - health and prayer. Coach Craig Bathgate admits he's pretty happy with the team he has taking the field for the 2013 season, but it doesn't mean he isn't looking for a safety net or two. “We have to pray to stay healthy and we have to play iron man style,” he said. Health is important when you only have 25 players on the roster.
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By BIG SYDNEY | September 4, 2013
I finally have to admit it, things are tight all over. That's a tough thing to admit when you are a big & tall - OK just big - guy like me. Everywhere you look, we are trying to cut corners. Take an inch here, an ounce there and all of sudden nothing is the same. Half gallon of ice cream? Now just 56.8 ounces. That would be Turkey Hill minus 7.2 in Las Vegas. I lost weight in the offseason, but it's still tough for me to fit my svelte size 54 frame in those sleek 42-inch waisted coaching shorts.
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