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November 21, 2002
ADULT LEAGUE G.E. Ingram threw touchdown passes to Craig Richmond and Ed Johnson, and Chris Ricker caught a TD pass from Doug Grieneisen as Crazy Horse/Bridges Drywall/Coors Light won its third straight Washington County Flag Football League championship 21-19 over Mack Truck Wednesday. Scott Clark threw a touchdown pass to Shawn Hackey and another to Buck Waters for Mack Truck. Crazy Horse will face Jan Pro of Hagerstown in the Maryland State Tournament this weekend at Marty Snook Park.
NEWS
August 29, 1999
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Merrill Hausensluck of Hagerstown won his third straight Annapolis 10-mile run Sunday in the 28th running of the event. Hausensluck, a member of the Cumberland Valley Athletic Club, posted a time of 53:58, 28 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Brian Doherty, representing the U.S. Navy. The race is the largest 10-mile race in Maryland with 4,000 participants. Crazy Horse/Yankees win FREDERICK, Md. - The Crazy Horse/Yankees went unbeaten while winning the NSA Men's Class C Regional tournament.
NEWS
August 26, 2004
BOYS SOCCER Nick Benavides had two goals and an assist to lead Martinsburg to a 5-0 win over St. Maria Goretti on Wednesday. Joey Borror, Mike Jones and Trent Reid each added a goal for the Bulldogs (2-0). Kevin Brashears had 23 saves for Goretti (0-1). ADULT LEAGUES Hub City League R&M Wine and Beverage 13, Eclipse 10: Daren Crawford, Mike Ward, Jeremy Duffy and Brandon Combs each had three hits to lead R&M. Ward and Kirk each homered.
NEWS
July 14, 2005
GOLF WACO Junior Golf Beaver Creek No. 2 Classic, par 72 Alicia Grier 40-37-77 Kim Eaton 38-41-79 Nick Zaccaria 39-40-79 Andrew Duff 44-39-83 Brenden Benisek 40-46-86 Dustin Starliper 41-48-89 Ryan Willard 45-45-90 Dennis Herbert 46-44-90 Wes Loveless 43-47-90 Kyle Butler 51-44-95 Eric Wilfong 49-46-95 Player of the Year Points Nick Zaccaria 346; Andrew...
NEWS
August 16, 2000
Thursday's Area Roundup PREP GOLF Martinsburg opens well MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Chris Butcher fired a four-over 76 on Wednesday to pace homestanding Martinsburg to a 10-shot victory in the season-opening Martinsburg Invitational at Stonebridge Golf Club. Martinsburg's four-player total of 319 was 10 better than Jefferson, which finished at 329. Preston County was third at 330 and St. Maria Goretti, paced by Bobby Jones' 85, finished fourth at 355. Rounding out the field: Fort Hill 372, Clear Spring 380, Hedgesville 389, Musselman 392, Berkeley Springs 416. YOUTH LEAGUES Thomas Evans Tournament B-Team South Mountain 9, Federal 0: Daniel Perkins threw a two-hitter, while Zach Shifler and Alan Beard had two hits for South Mountain.
NEWS
August 22, 2000
Goretti girls win season opener GIRLS SOCCER HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Bobbie Johnson had two goals and two assists and Janet McCullough had six saves for the shutout as St. Maria Goretti took a 5-0 victory over Hedgesville in the season opener for both teams. Erin Ryan had a goal and an assist and Meggan McGill and Marett Diamond also scored for the Gaels, who finished with a 27-6 advantage in shots. Summer Williams made nine saves for the Eagles. ADULT LEAGUES Hagerstown Area Church Softball Christ Reform/St.
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October 24, 2005
COLLEGE FOOTBALL Rams' Gallagher honored Shepherd University senior defensive end Dan Gallagher has been named a WVIAC co-Defensive Player of the Week for his role in Shepherd's 51-0 victory over West Virginia Wesleyan on Saturday. Gallagher had a game-high seven tackles, including six solos and two for losses, as the Rams held the Bobcats to a mere 122 yards of offense. BOYS SOCCER Bullis 3, Mercersburg 0 POTOMAC, Md. - Mercersburg Academy outshot Bullis School 16-12 but couldn't score in the loss Saturday.
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NEWS
July 14, 2005
GOLF WACO Junior Golf Beaver Creek No. 2 Classic, par 72 Alicia Grier 40-37-77 Kim Eaton 38-41-79 Nick Zaccaria 39-40-79 Andrew Duff 44-39-83 Brenden Benisek 40-46-86 Dustin Starliper 41-48-89 Ryan Willard 45-45-90 Dennis Herbert 46-44-90 Wes Loveless 43-47-90 Kyle Butler 51-44-95 Eric Wilfong 49-46-95 Player of the Year Points Nick Zaccaria 346; Andrew...
NEWS
September 1, 2004
BOYS SOCCER Jordan Hanft had four goals and an assist to lead Grace Academy to a 7-2 win over Heritage Academy on Tuesday. A.J. Serafini had two goals and an assist for Grace (2-0), while Alex Lehman added a goal, Dalen Carlson and Steve Wilson each had an assist and Andy Eyler made 12 saves. GIRLS SOCCER Goretti 3, Musselman 3 The game between St. Maria Goretti and Musselman ended in a tie. Melanie Conner, Jillian Kline and Erin Haney each scored a goal for Goretti (1-0-1)
NEWS
August 26, 2004
BOYS SOCCER Nick Benavides had two goals and an assist to lead Martinsburg to a 5-0 win over St. Maria Goretti on Wednesday. Joey Borror, Mike Jones and Trent Reid each added a goal for the Bulldogs (2-0). Kevin Brashears had 23 saves for Goretti (0-1). ADULT LEAGUES Hub City League R&M Wine and Beverage 13, Eclipse 10: Daren Crawford, Mike Ward, Jeremy Duffy and Brandon Combs each had three hits to lead R&M. Ward and Kirk each homered.
NEWS
July 16, 2004
BLUE RIDGE BASEBALL Joe Hart fired a four-hitter, striking out five, as the Brunswick Orioles evened their best-of-5 series against the Hagerstown Braves at one game each with a 2-1 victory Thursday night. Kevin Goode and Andy Maught both had two hits for Brunswick. YOUTH LEAGUES Hagerstown hosts Colt tournament Two Hagerstown teams will play host in a four-team, double-elimination tournament at Funkhouser Park, beginning tonight. Hagerstown 'C' will host Tanneytown at 6 p.m., followed by Hagerstown 'B' against Anne Arundel at 8:30 p.m. The winning teams will play at 2 on Saturday, followed by losers' bracket games at 4:30 and 7. The championship game is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday with a final game scheduled, if needed, at 5. Washington County Girls Softball High School division Redmen 8, Middletown Sportsland 0: Megan Beavers, Ashley Beattie, Lindsay Anderson and Kim Horchner had two hits for Redmen.
NEWS
June 30, 2004
YOUTH LEAGUES OAKLAND, Md. - Henry Gigeous fired a two-hit shutout and added a two-run single in the fourth inning as the Halfway All-Stars rolled past Oakland 11-0 Tuesday to advance to the championship game of the District 1 9-10 Tournament. Jordan Payne hit a three-run double in the second to give Halfway the early lead and Gigeous took care of the rest. Halfway will host the championship game Saturday at 6 p.m. against a team to be decided. Conococheague 10, Maugansville 0: Zachary Lucas pitched a three-hitter, while Wesley Everett and Jordan Palladino each had two hits to lead Conococheague.
NEWS
May 30, 2004
By E.T. MOORE The steak is cooked to satisfaction, meat falls off the barbecue ribs, and peanut shells are at home on the floor. These are good signs for a steakhouse that embraces Western themes. And Crazy Horse Steakhouse & Saloon, tucked in a plaza off Railway Lane near Valley Mall, is such a place. The decor is rustic with lots of unpainted wood; there's a heaping barrel of peanuts in the bar; and the menu categories are aptly named: Praire Teasers, How the West Was Won and Little Big Horn Favorites.
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