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By JENNIFER FITCH | May 2, 2008
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- It looks as if the four households opposed to the Waynesboro Stallions holding practices at Pine Hill Regional Recreation Area no longer need to worry. Representatives of the youth football league are poised to sign documents that will provide them with a new home field. That should happen sometime in the next few days, according to league president Doug Andree. "I'm very confident that this is going to be worked out," Andree said Thursday. The Stallions were working with Washington Township, Pa., to develop a new field at Pine Hill under a contract signed with the township supervisors in September 2007.
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By ERIN JULIUS | June 28, 2008
HAGERSTOWN - A 49-year-old Hagerstown man has been charged with theft in connection with checks totaling more than $2,300 that were cashed out of an account belonging to the Hagerstown Browns, a Washington County Junior Football League team, according to Washington County District Court documents. John Lorenzo Weeks, of 17704 Crest Drive in Hagerstown, was charged earlier this month with one count of theft scheme of more than $500; one count of theft, more than $500; and five counts of theft, less than $500.
NEWS
By BRIDGET DiCOSMO | November 10, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- Washington County Junior Football League Inc. President Scott Paddack said Tuesday the Williamsport Vikings participated in a playoff game Monday night despite a court injunction ordering that five players be weighed before game time. Washington County Circuit Judge Daniel Dwyer issued the temporary restraining order and injunction Monday in response to an injunction request filed against the league the same day by Jonna Vinci, the mother of one of the five players.
NEWS
by MARK KELLER | September 2, 2005
keller@herald-mail.com By almost all accounts, the five Pennsylvania high school football teams in the Tri-State area are better now than they were a year ago. Unfortunately, that fact is not going to make the 2005 season any easier for those teams. The four area teams which play in the Mid-Penn Conference would still have their hands full had they improved by leaps and bounds - and a couple have - simply because of the difficulty of their schedule. And the fifth team - Mercersburg Academy - plays in the Mid-Atlantic Prep League, which features some of the top schools in New Jersey and some of the nation's top recruits.
SPORTS
By MARK KELLER | keller@herald-mail.com | December 10, 2011
Given that the Boonsboro football team was coming off a 2010 season in which it finished 2-8 and once had a 17-quarter scoreless streak, expectations weren't especially high for the Warriors in 2011. The Warriors fielded one of its smallest teams ever, both in physical size and in numbers. Only 30 players were listed on the Boonsboro roster. Only eight players were listed at 6 feet or taller. Only four players were listed at more than 200 pounds. “If you looked at the roster, you'd be shaking your head and wondering, 'How are they going to make this work?
NEWS
December 13, 2008
Sunday We name our All-Area high school football team and players and coaches of the year.
NEWS
November 10, 2007
Fans of the Smithsburg High School football team cheer on the Leopards Friday night during their home game against Boonsboro. The Warriors' 25-20 victory spoiled Smithsburg's perfect season and lifted Boonsboro into the playoffs.
NEWS
October 30, 2004
A North Hagerstown High School football fan, who calls himself Hub Cap supports the Hubs football team Friday during their game at Smithsburg High School. North went on to win the game, 34-14.
NEWS
October 23, 2004
Fans of the Martinsburg (W.Va.) High School football team throw confetti during Friday night's game between the Bulldogs and Fort Hill at Cobourn Field. Martinsburg, the top ranked team in The Herald-Mail Super 7 Poll, came from behind to defeat the Sentinels, 7-6.
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