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November 22, 2009
MEN'S BASKETBALL ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Demetrus Richardson scored 18 points on Sunday to lead Hagerstown Community College to a 90-83 victory over Lakeland (Ohio) Community College in the Pavia Tournament's consolation game. Richardson was named to the all-tournament team. Donte Stuckey had 15 points and K'yan Andrews and Nagee White each added 14 points to help pace the Hawks (2-3) balanced attack. HCC trailed 41-40 at the half. The Hawks lost to host Monroe College 96-82 in the tournament opener on Saturday.
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By JACK HILL III | November 6, 2005
A comeback attempt by the Hagerstown Community College men's basketball team fell short as the Catonsville Cardinals escaped with a 75-71 victory Saturday evening in the consolation game of the Region XX Hall of Fame Tournament at the HCC athletic complex. Catonsville (1-1) took its biggest lead at 69-57 with three minutes remaining in the second half. But HCC (0-2) roared back, scoring 10 unanswered points to chop the lead to 69-67 with 25 seconds to go. Catonsville's Justin Miles was fouled with 20 seconds left and missed the front end of a 1-and-1.
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February 27, 2007
The Heritage Academy junior high boys basketball took third place in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference tournament, beating Cumberland Valley Christian 40-17 in the consolation game.
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February 28, 2007
BOYS BASKETBALL NEW KINGSTOWN, Pa. - Aaron Hill had a game-high 21 points and eight rebounds as Chambersburg beat Reading 55-50 Tuesday in a District 3-AAAA consolation game to sew up a berth in the PIAA state tournament beginning next week. The Trojans (20-7) will play Wilson for fifth place on Thursday at a site and time to be determined. Armond Perez had a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds, Nathan Orndorff scored 10 points and Zach Frelin dished out five assists for Chambersburg.
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December 31, 2006
HANCOCK - Amber Booher scored a game-high 20 points for Berkeley Springs as the Indians beat host Hancock 68-33 in the championship game of the Hancock Holiday "Shoot the Lights Out" Classic on Saturday night. Rebecca Trump had 15 points and Ashley Hovermale added 11 for Berkeley Springs (5-4). Kris Creek had 12 points and three assists for Hancock (1-6) while Shawnda Wills scored 10 points and Samantha Truax added 12 rebounds. Brooke Whiteside had 19 points, Destane Whiteside scored 14 and Jesse Whiteside added 10 to lead Southern Fulton to a 77-32 victory over Clear Spring in the consolation game.
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December 30, 2004
GIRLS BASKETBALL BRUNSWICK, Md. - Kristen Waeber and Amanda Kinna combined for 20 points in the first quarter as Middletown shot out to a 24-2 lead on its way to a 62-20 rout of Brunswick in the championship game of the Carol Smith Brunswick Holiday Tournament. Waeber, the tournament MVP, finished with 19 points, while Kinna had 16 for the Knights (7-1), who led 37-3 at halftime. Leah McCallum had 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead Brunswick (1-6). Kinna, McCallum and Brunswick's Diane Wingfield joined Waeber on the all-tournament team.
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December 5, 2004
BOYS BASKETBALL Waynesboro 54 Spring Grove 45 HUMMELSTOWN, Pa. - Sophomore Kevin Kline scored 18 points, including 11 in the second half, to lead Waynesboro over Spring Grove in the consolation game of the Lower Dauphin Tournament. Kline, who led a 16-9 charge in the third period with six points, also pulled down a team-high seven rebounds. Josh Arendt added 14 points and Jordan Reitz had 11 for the Indians (1-1). James Buchanan 71 Big Spring 44 BOILING SPRINGS, Pa. - Brandon Bryan had 20 points and Shane Rife had 16 as James Buchanan thumped Big Spring in the consolation game of the Boiling Springs Tournament.
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By JACK HILL III | November 24, 1999
Things really changed fast during the fourth quarter of the girls basketball championship game in the Lion Classic Tip-Off Tournament at Broadfording Christian Academy. Broadfording held a 31-30 lead over the Highland View Academy Tartans after three quarters of play, but then the Lions exploded for a 22-point advantage in the fourth quarter to pave the way for a 56-33 victory on Tuesday night. "That is Lady Lion basketball," Broadfording coach Dana Gonzales said. "We had to come up and turn up the heat.
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December 31, 1999
By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent photo: YVETTE MAY / staff photographer WILLIAMSPORT - The Broadfording Christian Academy girls basketball team has a funny way of saying thanks. The Lions got invited to play in the 13th annual Richard E. Doub Ladies Classic and took home the hardware. cont. from sports page Broadfording scored 11 straight points in the third quarter to pull out a 52-41 victory over Boonsboro Thursday night at Williamsport High School.
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By CHRIS CARTER | December 30, 2009
SMITHSBURG -- There was no official tournament most valuable player announced Tuesday after the conclusion of Pap Draper Classic. If the honor had been given, the choice would have been an obvious one. Smithsburg junior Katie Sprecher poured in a career-high 28 points to go with six rebounds as the Leopards defended their home court with a dominant 61-40 victory against Joppatowne to repeat as Draper champions. Sprecher hit on 11 of 15 shots and finished with 47 points in the two-day tournament.
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December 30, 2009
BOYS BASKETBALL BALTIMORE -- Andre Pierre scored a game-high 16 points to South Hagerstown to a 66-48 victory over host Overlea in the championship game of the Overlea Tournament on Wednesday. Tyree Jones scored 14 points and Ahmad Fields added 11 points for the Rebels (5-2), who outscored Overlea 52-34 in the final three quarters after the teams were tied 14-14 at the end of the first period. South Hagerstown 66, Overlea 48 SOUTH HAGERSTOWN (5-2) Freeman 3 0-0 6, Stubbs 1 0-0 2, Fields 4 1-3 11, Jones 5 4-4 14, Pierre 6 4-6 16, King 6 3-4 15, Bucher 1 0-0 2. Totals 26 12-17 66. OVERLEA (4-3)
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | December 30, 2009
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Southern Fulton boys basketball coach Kent Hendershot had to be pleased with what he saw as the Indians defeated host Berkeley Springs 62-44 on Tuesday night to win the 24th annual Tri-State Shootout for the first time since 2006. Southern Fulton (6-0) played well in all areas, making 25 of 48 field goals (52 percent), outrebounding Berkeley Springs 23-20 and forcing 20 turnovers while committing only 11. It added up to a convincing victory. "That's what we try to do, especially against good teams," Hendershot said.
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By CHRIS CARTER | December 29, 2009
View more photos here! SMITHSBURG -- It only took a pair of Smithsburg runs to outdo the St. Maria Goretti girls basketball team Monday night in opening round action of the 11th Pap Draper Classic. The Leopards went on a 15-0 run in the first half to build a hefty lead and they added a 17-point spurt in the third quarter to soften the cushion as they rolled to a 58-23 victory -- their second over the Gaels this season. Katie Sprecher led the way with 19 points and eight rebounds, while sophomore reserve Alexis Andrukat had 12 points and Allie Nickels scored nine to go with eight rebounds.
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December 12, 2009
MEN'S BASKETBALL CUMBERLAND, Md. -- Jon Ford had 19 points, eight assists, five rebounds and five steals on Saturday to lead Hagerstown to a 84-79 victory over Potomac State in the Allegany Pepsi Christmas Classic. Donte Stuckey added 16 points, while K'yan Andrews had 12 points and 11 rebounds for HCC. Raylin Brown had 10 points, eight rebounds, four assists and Demetrus Richardson added eight assists, five rebounds for the Hawks (7-6). BOYS BASKETBALL Lower Dauphin 63Waynesboro 33 HUMMELSTOWN, Pa. -- Derek Null had nine points, five rebounds and two steals for Waynesboro (0-2)
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By TIM KOELBLE | November 28, 2009
View more photos here! HAGERSTOWN -- On paper, the outlook heading into the 27th annual Mid-Atlantic Invitational Tournament suggested the winner of Friday's first-round game between Benedictine (Va.) and Good Counsel would come away with the championship on Saturday. After a sluggish start, Benedictine put a stamp on the MAIT title, rolling to a 66-40 victory over pesky John Carroll at the Gael Center. Good Counsel, a 74-67 loser to Benedictine on Friday, had an easy time in the consolation matchup as it posted a 91-42 victory over St. Maria Goretti.
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November 22, 2009
MEN'S BASKETBALL ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Demetrus Richardson scored 18 points on Sunday to lead Hagerstown Community College to a 90-83 victory over Lakeland (Ohio) Community College in the Pavia Tournament's consolation game. Richardson was named to the all-tournament team. Donte Stuckey had 15 points and K'yan Andrews and Nagee White each added 14 points to help pace the Hawks (2-3) balanced attack. HCC trailed 41-40 at the half. The Hawks lost to host Monroe College 96-82 in the tournament opener on Saturday.
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February 22, 2009
PREP BASEBALL BALTIMORE -- Smithsburg senior Josh Conway and Clear Spring senior Jordan Thurber were named to the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches preseason All-State Team in a ceremony at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on Saturday. Conway was named to the AAU National Championship All-Tournament Team. He recently signed a National Letter of Intent with Coastal Carolina University. Thurber played for Team Maryland in the 2008 Sunbelt Classic. He has 18 career home runs and has started every varsity game since his freshman year.
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February 19, 2009
Boys Basketball Cumberland Valley Christian and Heritage Academy have not been strangers when it comes to the Mason Dixon Christian Conference Tournament championship game. Tonight at St. Maria Goretti, each will take to the court in the tournament semifinals with an eye toward Saturday's title game. CVCS has been in the last three championship games. The Blazers will meet Faith Christian at 8 p.m. CVCS beat Faith for the title in 2007. "We'll be pretty rested and it's been the first time we've had some practice time," said Blazers coach Dan Larson.
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