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December 22, 2012
Saturday, December 22, 2012 GIRLS BASKETBALL ROCK HILL, S.C. - Hedgesville jumped out to an early double-digit lead, then held on for a 78-74 victory over Olympic, from Charlotte, N.C., in the fifth-place game of the Y.C. Winborn Classic on Saturday. Lexi Taylor had another double-double, scoring 20 points and grabbing 11 rebounds for the Eagles. She was named to the all-tournament team. Carly Elliott led all scorers with 28 points and also grabbed eight rebounds, while Kristen Nunn had 19 points and nine assists for Hedgesville (5-3)
NEWS
September 6, 2008
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va -- The Eagles (0-2) lost their second straight game, falling to unbeaten Potomac Falls (2-0), 68-0. No details were reported.
NEWS
March 12, 1999
By DAN KAUFFMAN / Staff Correspondent photo: RIC DUGAN / staff photographer SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - If you judge the Hedgesville boys basketball team by the boxscore of the West Virginia Class AAA, Region II title game, Deter Barrett toiled in mediocrity. But it wasn't the quantity of Barrett's points - five in all - that mattered. It was the timing. [cont. from sports page ] Barrett hit a key 3-pointer down the stretch, then hit the game-winning shot with seven seconds to play as the Eagles overcame a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit and advanced to the state semifinals with a stunning 60-59 defeat of Keyser in a packed Butcher Center at Shepherd College.
SPORTS
By DANIEL KAUFFMAN | kauffman@herald-mail.com | October 9, 2012
Going undefeated through the Mason Dixon Christian Conference regular season is nothing new for Heritage Academy. After all, the Eagles haven't lost an MDCC regular-season or tournament match since the 2009 tournament semifinals. Tuesday's 25-16, 25-19, 25-15 sweep of Cumberland Valley Christian capped another perfect regular season for Heritage, an accomplishment even senior star Kara Stamper and coach Young-Sook Anderson have to be impressed by - if not entirely surprised. Stamper had 23 kills, four aces and two blocks to lead the Eagles (15-0, 14-0)
SPORTS
By WILL ROBINSON | will.robinson@herald-mail.com | December 17, 2012
South Hagerstown's girls basketball team survived a test from Francis Scott Key on Monday, holding on for a 56-52 victory. “Right now, we're taking (the wins) as long as we can get them,” said South coach Nate Naylor. “We're not used to being the team that everyone wants to beat. We've got to get used to taking everybody's best shot.” FSK (0-4) trailed 43-33 heading into the fourth quarter, but Lily Lawler hit a 3-pointer and Maddie Wilhide made a layup to cut the Eagles' deficit to five, prompting a South timeout.
SPORTS
January 11, 2013
Friday, January 11, 2013 BOYS BASKETBALL HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Martinsburg, the top-ranked Class AAA team in West Virginia, got the best of second-ranked and previously-unbeaten Hedgesville on Friday night, 63-48, in front of a massive crowd at Hedgesville. Martinsburg, now 8-0, had a big second quarter in which it outscored Hedgesville 25-13. Senior David Long scored all eight of his points in the quarter and Jalen Lewis added five. With a 39-22 lead at the half, Martinsburg never trailed although Hedgesville crept to within six points later in the game.
SPORTS
By DAN KAUFFMAN | kauffman@herald-mail.com | January 22, 2011
Heritage Academy’s boys and girls basketball teams each built huge leads against visiting Broadfording in Mason Dixon Christian Conference games on Friday. Only one of them could breathe easy in the fourth quarter. In the girls game, the Eagles led 47-4 after three quarters and coasted to a 53-25 victory over the Lions. Then Heritage’s boys raced to a 30-3 lead with six minutes left in the first half of its showdown, only to watch Broadfording storm back to tie the game at 54 in the fourth quarter before the Eagles sealed the game at the foul line for a 64-62 victory.
NEWS
September 13, 2008
STEPHENS CITY, Va. -- Derrick Dehaney passed for a touchdown and ran for another score, and Roger Smith and Kevin Vallejos each ran for two TDs as Sherando (2-0) racked up 434 yards of total offense. The Warriors (2-0) held the Eagles (0-3) to minus-1 yard of total offense.
NEWS
by CURT HORNBECKER | October 25, 2003
SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - What Jefferson did Friday night was the same thing it did in its seven losses this season: Turn the football over. So, it's obviously Hedgesville's fault that the Cougars won only their second game of the season, 27-14. The Eagles simply didn't take advantage of Jefferson's errors. "We had some turnovers, but we didn't have the turnovers at critical times," said Cougars coach Donnie Tucker. "We were able to overcome our turnovers tonight. " A prime example came in the fourth period when trailing by the eventual final score, Hedgesville (3-5)
NEWS
by DAN KAUFFMAN | March 4, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - This time, the celebration was subdued. Hedgesville's girls basketball team knows what it's like to win the West Virginia Class AAA Region II championship, having done so last year. This year, making the state tournament is just a step toward the Eagles' ultimate goal of a state title. It was business as usual for Hedgesville on Thursday as the Eagles dispatched Hampshire 52-34 in meticulous fashion to successfully defend their region title.
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September 5, 2013
If the Philadelphia Eagles want to run the Washington Redskins ragged, DeAngelo Hall says it won't work. “We're in great shape,” the Redskins cornerback said, “so if they want to try to put their condition against ours, I feel like we'll win that battle every day of the week.” That's not to say Hall is expecting an easy night's work when the Redskins host the Eagles on Monday. The game marks the NFL coaching debut of Chip Kelly, who has brought to Philadelphia the same run-as-many-plays-as-possible philosophy that worked so well at the University of Oregon.
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LIFESTYLE
August 28, 2013
Nick Brandenburg of Boy Scout Troop 10 of Hagerstown recently completed his Eagle Scout project. As a result, the children of Christ Lutheran Church will have a fenced playground. Spread Your Wings Learning Center, a preschool program at the church, will also use the playground. Nick researched fence construction, obtained permits and approvals, collected funds and planned and built the fence with the help of members of Troop 10, students from North Hagerstown High School and his family.
LIFESTYLE
August 15, 2013
Caleb Martin of Troop 95 in Shady Grove, Pa., was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout in a ceremony recently at the Shady Grove Community Center. His Eagle Scout project was to construct an outdoor chapel at Cove Valley Youth Camp. The chapel consists of 12 benches, a fire ring and a cross. Caleb, with the help of family and fellow Troop 95 Scouts, completed the project in 157 man hours. Caleb's pastor, Galen Lehman, of Salem Ridge Community Church, offered an invocation and members of Troop 95 presented the colors.
SPORTS
By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | August 10, 2013
As competitors finished up their round at Beaver Creek Country Club on Saturday, many stopped to see who was leading the 30th annual WACO Open. Many asked the same question - “Who is Gary Carpenter?” Aside from being a nice guy and a pretty good golfer, Carpenter is the leader after carding a 3-under-par 69 for a 1-stroke lead over Rob Cimarolli heading into today's final round. Cimarolli, of Pittsburgh, recorded a late afternoon 70. Three golfers are locked in a third-place tie, including former WACO champion Kenny Smith along with Alex Hoffman and Bernie Deane.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | July 30, 2013
Stuart Yorty has moved between several states in his young life, but he always kept focused on his involvement in the Boy Scouts. “It has always been my goal to obtain the rank of Eagle Scout,” said Stuart, 17, of Waynesboro. Due in large part to a service project benefiting active-duty U.S. troops, Stuart has now reached that rank and will celebrate the achievement in a ceremony next month. Stuart sent hundreds of care packages to soldiers deployed overseas from Fort Meade, Md. Stuart collected donations of DVDs, books, toiletries and snacks from area businesses, schools and boxes placed in public places.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | July 23, 2013
A judge ruled Tuesday that a Waynesboro, Pa., social club cannot serve alcohol for 100 days starting Sept. 1. The Eagles Club Inc. at 16-22 E. Main St. has challenged penalties associated with it violating small games of chance laws. In court, club officials did not dispute breaking those laws, but said a liquor license suspension could result in them closing their doors permanently. “We're struggling to keep our heads above water,” club Manager Todd Clopper said in court Tuesday.
NEWS
July 4, 2013
Smithsburg High School's Class of 2013 included 11 Eagle Scouts. Ten of these Scouts are from BSA Troop 62 in Chewsville and have been in Scouting together since 2006, when they started in Boy Scouts. Boy Scout statistics show that out of 100 Scouts, only two will achieve the rank of Eagle Scout. The 10 Scouts began their Boy Scouting journey with Troop 62 in February 2006. All 10 have become Eagle Scouts. The 10 young men have been on many adventures together and have served the community in many capacities.
SPORTS
June 30, 2013
Sunday, Jnue 30, 2013   YOUTH BASEBALL HANCOCK - Hancock used four walks and a hit batter to score five runs in the seventh inning for a come-from-behind 8-4 victory over Maugansville on Sunday in a Maryland District 1 Junior League losers' bracket game. Maugansville trailed 3-2 but scored twice in the sixth to take the lead. Dakota Reed had two hits to lead Hancock. Maugansville, which was eliminated from the tournament, was led by Ben Quirple and Brady Munson with two hits each.
LIFESTYLE
June 16, 2013
Quinn Alec Hoover was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout posthumously on May 18 at Otterbein United Methodist Church in Hagerstown. He is the son of Tom and Sonja (Bartles) Hoover of Hagerstown. Quinn was a member of Troop 2, chartered by Otterbein United Methodist Church. Master of Ceremonies Scott Paddack welcomed more than 100 people to the Court of Honor. Pastor G. Stanley Steele of St. Mark's Lutheran Church started the ceremony with the invocation. An honor guard consisting of members of various troops in Hagerstown and members of Troop 2 of Woonsocket, R.I., presented the colors.
NEWS
June 13, 2013
Boy Scout Michael S. Smith of Troop 117 in Clear Spring has been awarded the Eagle Scout rank, the highest in Scouting. He is the son of Colleen and Marty Smith of Clear Spring. A Court of Honor to present the award was held April 13 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church on Virginia Avenue. Troop 117 Scoutmaster Keith Sheffler gave the opening remarks. The invocation was given by the Rev. Chris Moore, pastor of St. Joseph's. Gerald Cump, representing Elks Lodge 378 in Hagerstown, read the Pledge of Allegiance and presented Smith with the American flag.
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