May 20, 2007
PREP TRACK & FIELD CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Meghan Mock set a West Virginia Class AA girls record in the 300-meter hurdles on Saturday, winning the state title in 44.80 seconds to help Berkeley Springs finish second in the girls team standings. Rachel Buser won the girls 1,600 in 5 minutes, 16.51 seconds for the Indians, who got second-place finishes from Mock in the 800 (2:26.11) and Katie Whittington in the shot put (33 feet, 4 3/4 inches). Berkeley Springs' boys finished third in Class AA. Leonard Roach finished second in the 1,600 in 4:31.
July 26, 2005
YOUTH LEAGUES PONY 13 Nationals at CRANBERRY, Pa. Rockingham, N.C. 10, Hagerstown 8 Hagerstown: Tyeler Presgraves grand slam; Jacob Steich 3 hits; Shaun Colgan, Josh Green 2 hits each. Hagerstown 16, Cranberry, Pa. 0 Hagerstown: Jordan Thruber 2 hits, HR; Tyeler Presgraves, Jacob Steich, Josh Green 2 hits each. Adam Kees Tournament Valley 9, Maugansville 8 Valley: Austin Knode, George Liesler 2 hits each; Johnny Karroll 3 RBI, game-winning hit. Maugansville: Colby Waugh 2 hits.
June 16, 2010
YOUTH BASEBALL Federal Little League Rotary 14, Funkstown Legion 11 Rotary: Devin Corley 4 hits; Tucker Brugh, Christian Wright 2 hits each. Funkstown: Damion Nave, Seamus Murray, Steven Powell 2 hits each. Halfway Little League Red Men 6, Carpet Gallery 0 Red Men: Ryan Downes HR, 2 RBIs, no-hitter, 8 Ks; Mike Myers 2 hits; wins league championship. Gehr 6, Valley Storage 3 Gehr: Brandon Gooden 2 hits, HR. Hancock Little League Mr. Hardware Nationals 11, J&J Taxidermy Tigers 9 Nationals: Tyler Clingerman 3 hits, 2 HRs; Carl Potter 3 hits; Cameron Castle HR. Tigers: Tanner Elbin 3 hits; Kyle Smith HR. Nationals 6, Tigers 1 Nationals: Tyler Clingerman 3 hits, HR; Justin Bernard 3 hits, 12 Ks. Junior Interleague Hancock 9, Boonsboro Pharmacy 6 Junior Legion Woodsboro Post 282 13, Williamsport Senators 12 Senators: Tyler Byers, Rodney Flora, Brent Mentzer 2 hits each.
June 15, 2008
Putman-Cannon Patrick and Marlena Putman of Middletown, Md., announce the engagement of their daughter, Luann Renee Putman, to A. Christopher Cannon, son of Earla Sisk of Knoxville. Ms. Putman is a 2000 graduate of Middletown High School. She is employed as a human resources manager for ServiceMaster Heavy Cleaning Specialists in Frederick, Md. Mr. Cannon is a 1991 graduate of Boonsboro High School. He is employed as a machinist for the U.S. Government Printing Office in Washington, D.C. A June, 2008 wedding is planned.
April 19, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- It's not something you would typically find in a church. But there it was, a rock show Sunday night at Covenant Life Church International on Dual Highway. Concert lights were erected over the pews while two electric guitar players, a bass player, lead singer and a drummer delivered a heavy, driving sound in their own rendition of tunes from Van Halen, Joan Jett, the Rolling Stones and other groups. The Christian rock group ApologetiX played to about 150 people at the local church, taking classic rock 'n' roll songs and changing the lyrics to deliver religious messages.
October 29, 2011
Saturday, October 29, 2011 PREP VOLLEYBALL LANHAM, Md. - Tournament MVP Kara Stamper had 31 kills, 14 digs, 14 service points and seven blocks to lift Heritage Academy to a 25-9, 25-22, 25-27, 22-25, 25-7 victory over Covenant Life Christian in the final of the Maryland Christian Schools Tournament at Washington Bible College on Saturday. It's the second straight year the Eagles (19-0) have won the state title. In the championship match, Jessica Gaylor 13 service points, two aces, two kills and eight digs, Callie Butts had three kills, 48 assists, and seven digs, Stephanie O'Brien had seven service points and eight digs, Kathleen Kidd had seven service points, two kills and nine digs and Rachel Clarke had eight service points, two aces, 16 kills, five blocks and eight digs.
July 12, 2005
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. firstname.lastname@example.org Sweating beneath a blazing sun Monday afternoon, Sarah Leland, Lindsay Conrad and Michelle Negley clawed at the crumbling shingles atop the Fayetteville, Pa., home of Charles and Mary Jane Carbaugh, a job for which each was willing to pay a price. "It gives me satisfaction knowing I'm helping people less fortunate, and it's fun. Why not pay money?" said Conrad, a 15-year-old from Waynesboro, Pa. "They pay $150 apiece to sleep on the floor and work in 90-plus-degree weather," said Tim Moran, director of the Chambersburg Project.
August 12, 2006
Steam & Gas Show C.V. Antique Engine & Machinery Association's 24th annual Steam & Gas Show. Large tractor display, steam engines, saw milling, stone crushing, threshing, blacksmith shop, kiddie tractor pulls, daily parade, flea market and food. Sale of quilt featuring International today at 2 p.m. Today and Sunday, 8 a.m. to dusk. Twin Bridge Show Grounds, five miles west of Chambersburg, Pa., on U.S. 30, 1 1/4 mile north on Twin Bridge Road. Free. Call 717-263-5588. Peach festival The Leitersburg Peach Festival features crafts, petting zoo, antique tractors, pony rides, children's barrel train and more.
July 30, 2009
GOLF PAOLI, Pa. -- Chad Bricker, of Waynesboro, Pa., finished fourth in the 96th Pennsylvania Amateur Championship on Wednesday at Waynesborough Country Club. Bricker, the 2006 Amateur champion, shot a 1-under-par 70 on the 6,900-yard course to finish the tournament at even-par 213 for three rounds. Clayton Rotz, of Chambersburg, Pa., shot a 4-over-par 75 to finish 33rd with a 9-over 222. Nathan Smith of Pinecrest Country Club fired a 5-under 66 to win the title going away by four strokes at 7-under 206. Breed in lead BRISTOL, Va. -- Liz Breed of Waynesboro, Pa., has the lead after two rounds of the American Junior Golf Association Championship at the Virginian Golf Club.
June 25, 2009
COLLEGE SPORTS FREDERICKSBURG, Va. -- Former baseball star Eric Guyton, a 1995 Williamsport High School graduate, will be one of five people inducted into the 14th class of the University of Mary Washington Athletic Hall of Fame in October. Guyton, a 1999 Mary Washington graduate, starred on the diamond for the Eagles for four seasons before playing three seasons in the New York Mets organization. He still owns school records for single-season and career home runs. In 1998, he batted .479, led the Eagles to their second straight NCAA tournament appearance and was named the Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Year.