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September 19, 2009
A few Boonsboro Area Athletic Association cheerleaders showed up early one Saturday morning recently to paint signs for the junior league football players to run through at the beginning of their games. The cheerleaders have been meeting and practicing for the upcoming season for several weeks now. The cheerleaders had tryouts Aug. 4, which helps builds the girls' confidence and will help them when they go on to cheer in high school where tryouts are mandatory. Tryouts were followed by a session of making tie-dye T-shirts, which all the girls enjoyed.
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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.
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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 JENNIFER FITCH | March 13, 2008
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - "We're homeless. " Doug Andree, president of the Waynesboro Stallions Football Association, walked into a meeting Wednesday prepared to sacrifice holding the team's four annual home games at Pine Hill Regional Recreation Area as a way to appease neighbors. By the time Andree left, the Washington Township Supervisors had said he only might be permitted to hold two practices there a week during the three-month fall season. "We're homeless without a place to play," Andree said.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | February 14, 2008
A handful of homeowners who live near Pine Hill Regional Recreation Area spoke out Wednesday to throw a flag on the play by a local youth football association. The Waynesboro Stallions' offenses in the past have included staying at the park after dusk, residents said. John Welsh, of Mentzer Gap Road, reminded league representative Doug Andree of an occurrence in 2007 when Welsh found Andree at 8:30 p.m. near the entrance of the park. Andree said he was waiting with children whose parents hadn't picked them up and questioned what he's supposed to do in that situation.
NEWS
November 13, 2007
The Boonsboro High School junior varsity football team celebrates its 19-6 victory over Smithsburg last Thursday. The Warriors finished the season with a 7-0 record.
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September 8, 2007
The North Hagerstown High School football team takes the field Friday night at North High's Mike Callas Stadium. Heritage beat North 26-20.
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by TONY MULIERI | September 17, 2006
I remember it like it was yesterday. It was the fall of 1967, and I was riding the team bus to a high school football game when all of a sudden, I was stricken with panic. I stood up in the middle of the aisle and screamed, "I forgot my helmet!" I looked around, and some of my teammates were laughing. "Mulieri, you fool, it's on your head," one of them said. I sat back down and didn't say too much the rest of the trip. I played at a high school, St. Mary's in Annapolis, that didn't have a home stadium.
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