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August 15, 2008
PREP GOLF Martinsburg 181, Berkeley Springs 185, Musselman 198, Washington 205 at Capacon State Resort, par 36 Martinsburg: Brad Beebe 38, Jake Yoder 45, Zeke Grissinger 49, Nick Jandora 49. Berkeley Springs: Ryan Redick 44, Zach Solomon 45, Zach Appel 45, Jeff Blankenship 51. Musselman: Jerry Cannon 48, Nick Lawson 49, Ryan Larose 50, Josh Frame 51. Washington: Kyle Bales 47, Todd Lutman 51,...
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August 13, 2004
ADULT SOFTBALL Hagerstown Area Church League A Division Five Forks 11-4; St. James 11-5; Tri-State 10-5; Virginia Avenue 10-5; Hagerstown Bible 8-8. B Division Valley 14-0; Otterbein 9-6; Grace 8-7; New Life 5-8; Smithsburg Valley 4-10. C Division Nazarene 5-11; Ringgold 3-11; Otterbein, Pa. 2-11; Christ Lutheran 2-14. D Division Bethel 10-3; West End 9-3; Life House 8-7; Crossroads Tan 6-10. E Division St. Joseph's 11-5; Concordia 7-5; St. Mark's 8-8; Covenant Life 4-8; Crossroads Green 1-12.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | kauffman@herald-mail.com | December 10, 2010
Five years ago when Young-Sook Anderson took over the Heritage Academy volleyball program, the Eagles went 3-11 in her first season and had a long way to climb to get to the level of Grace Academy and Broadfording at the top of the Mason Dixon Christian Conference. In the four seasons since 2006, Heritage has made that climb — going 11-9 in 2007, 12-7 in 2008 and 14-4 in 2009 before reaching the top of the MDCC this season. The Eagles went 19-0 in best-of-5 matches, dropped just three sets in 17 MDCC matches on the way to regular season and tournament championships, then overcame their toughest challenges at the Maryland Christian State Tournament to win their first state title since 1992.
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August 25, 2004
ADULT LEAGUES Hub City Softball South End 9, Breakaway 8: Steve Yost, Brian Wagner and Frankie Robinson each had three hits and Troy Butts homered for South End. Jerry's Sports 25, Hankey's 23: Todd Ricker had two home runs, including the game-winner, to lead Jerry's. Ricker, Sid Shupp and Scottie Slocum had four hits, while Pudge Eby and Scott Shupp each added three in the win. Hagerstown Church Bethel 17, Covenant Life 3 West End Baptist 12, Nazarene 10 BRIEF Suns set tribute The Hagerstown Suns will pay tribute to the late Mike Callas today at 6 p.m. before their game with Kannapolis.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | kauffman@herald-mail.com | December 10, 2010
Five years ago when Young-Sook Anderson took over the Heritage Academy volleyball program, the Eagles went 3-11 in her first season and had a long way to climb to get to the level of Grace Academy and Broadfording at the top of the Mason Dixon Christian Conference. In the four seasons since 2006, Heritage has made that climb — going 11-9 in 2007, 12-7 in 2008 and 14-4 in 2009 before reaching the top of the MDCC this season. The Eagles went 19-0 in best-of-5 matches, dropped just three sets in 17 MDCC matches on the way to regular season and tournament championships, then overcame their toughest challenges at the Maryland Christian State Tournament to win their first state title since 1992.
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NEWS
August 15, 2008
PREP GOLF Martinsburg 181, Berkeley Springs 185, Musselman 198, Washington 205 at Capacon State Resort, par 36 Martinsburg: Brad Beebe 38, Jake Yoder 45, Zeke Grissinger 49, Nick Jandora 49. Berkeley Springs: Ryan Redick 44, Zach Solomon 45, Zach Appel 45, Jeff Blankenship 51. Musselman: Jerry Cannon 48, Nick Lawson 49, Ryan Larose 50, Josh Frame 51. Washington: Kyle Bales 47, Todd Lutman 51,...
NEWS
August 8, 2008
GOLF Beaver Creek Country Club pro Dirk Schultz withstood a challenge from Chris Mullen to win his third straight Horizon Shootout and the Maple Leaf Hat on Thursday as part of the WACO Championship week. After the original group of 20 was whittled down, Schultz, Mullen, Kenny Smith, Pat Steiner and Ryan Acre began the final leg on the 15th hole. Acre was eliminated on the 15th, Steiner fell out on the 16th and Smith ended on the 17th. Neither Schultz nor Mullen could get near the pin on the 18th hole on their iron shots.
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