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By ANDREW SCHOTZ | andrews@herald-mail.com | November 2, 2012
School Stadium was packed on Friday night to see Hagerstown's two public high schools - North and South - duke it out in their annual football showdown. The bleachers on opposite sides of the field were filled with red-clad North fans and green-clad South fans. Some took extra steps to show their spirit, dying their hair the appropriate team color. The bands entertained, students cheered, burgers sizzled on the grill. Bruce Carter, the father of a South High band member, worked one of the french fry fryers.
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NEWS
By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | October 20, 2012
Members of the South Hagerstown High School marching band were on a mission Saturday to win on their home turf after placing second last year in the Tournament of Bands championship. Junior Kellilyn Meyer said part of the band's strategy included relying on their knowledge of every terrain feature on the field. “We're pretty pumped,” she said. “We know where all the bumps are and everything. We can use it to help boost our scores.” The South Hagerstown High School band was one of 15 to compete in the Tournament of Bands Chapter V Championships.
NEWS
February 23, 2012
The state champs received a first-class welcome at the state capitol Thursday. The Martinsburg High School football team was greeted by state Senate Majority Leader John Unger, D-Berkeley-Jefferson, and other state officials from the eastern Panhandle during a visit. Unger arranged for the visit by players and coaches and introduced a Senate resolution honoring them, according to a staff member from Unger's Charleston office. The players later met with Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and posed for a photo with Unger and the governor.
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?
OPINION
December 5, 2011
“I've been reading about the University of Maryland cutting out the lesser-known sports programs, just to save money. Well, if I were the parents of those students that were participating in these lesser-known sports, I would say, hey, what do we need all these cheerleaders for, for the basketball team and the football team, and the big moneymaking sports events? I always thought cheerleaders were a waste of time and money. ... Cut that money out.” - Hagerstown “This call is pertaining to the University of Maryland football team.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | matthew.umstead@herald-mail.com | December 2, 2011
Hundreds of their fellow students cheered members of the Martinsburg High School football team as they left campus Friday in charter buses en route to Wheeling, W.Va., to play in today's West Virginia Class AAA state championship game. The buses were escorted by police out of Martinsburg via South Queen and West King streets just after noon. Martinsburg High School Principal Regina Phillips already had made the trip to the Northern Panhandle for a banquet held to recognize the six schools that are vying for football titles in Class A, AA and AAA this weekend.
OBITUARIES
September 3, 2011
Arlen Mance, 52, of Hagerstown, Md., died Aug. 30, 2011, at Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown. The cause of death was a pulmonary embolism. Arlen had suffered from blood clots for several years. Arlen, known by family and friends as "Pinch," was born in Lorain, Ohio, where he attended Lorain Catholic High School. There, he was a member of the football team, track team and school choir. After graduating, he attended West Virginia State University, where he studied sociology and communications and pledged Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
NEWS
By ROXANN MILLER | roxann.miller@herald-mail.com | July 20, 2011
Six-year-old Calvin McLaughlin is recovering at home after a June 14 lawn-mower accident resulted in the loss of part of his left leg. Calvin's mother, Serena Harne, said he is bouncing back from his ordeal and walking with crutches. "He is doing really well and will start first grade (at Greencastle-Antrim Primary School) on time in August," Harne said. So far, Calvin has undergone five operations at Hershey (Pa.) Medical Center, including the amputation of his left leg below his knee.
OPINION
By TIM ROWLAND | timr@herald-mail.com | December 9, 2010
I love it when freckled, grass-stained kids from two tough football programs with long-standing grudges get down in the dirt and the mud and settle the score where it was meant to be settled — in a courtroom. Even so, you have to feel for the Martinsburg Bulldogs, who were sitting around this week waiting to find out who they should have played last week. Martinsburg we knew; the Bulldogs were in the state championship game based on on-field accomplishments. But their opponent had to be decided not on the field, but by the West Virginia Supreme Court, at least indirectly.
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.
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