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March 8, 2008
PREP WRESTLING Md. 2A-1A State Tournament COLLEGE PARK, Md. Results for local wrestlers Championship semifinals 130 - Lester Andrews (Mardela) m.d. De'lon Agee (North Hagerstown) 11-3. 135 - James Reilley (Smithsburg) d. Travis Kolstrom (Sparrows Point) 5-0. 145 - Jim Eichelberger (North Hagerstown) d. Antwan Reed (Carver Vo Tech) 6-5. 160 - Tony Mack (Owings Mills) m.d. Robbie Mies (Williamsport) 12-3. 171 - Tyler Mullen (South Carroll)
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BY DAN KAUFFMAN | April 8, 2002
kauffman@herald-mail.com BOONSBORO - Laura Stouffer, Michelle Feiser and the rest of the Smithsburg girls track team made a loud statement Saturday at the ice box also known as the Zonis Invitational - nothing short of the Leopards' seventh straight state title will suffice this season. Knowing they're likely to face a stern test from a deep Poolesville squad at the state meet in May, Stouffer, Feiser and company showed they're up for the challenge by beating Urbana by four points, 108-104, for the Zonis team title.
NEWS
February 27, 2001
Local roundup: TJ sets up showdown BOYS BASKETBALL FREDERICK, Md. - Jermaine Thomas had a game-high 22 points and 12 rebounds as Thomas Johnson bombed Kennedy in the second and third quarters for a 66-45 victory Monday night in the Class 3A West quarterfinals. Joe Higbee added 14 points and Tyler Wingerd scored 12 for Thomas Johnson (17-5, No. 4 Herald-Mail poll), which advances to Wednesday's semifinals at North Hagerstown. KENNEDY (45) Byrd 3, Snape 9, Prenereast 6, Jobe 14, Dindarte 4, Howard 3, Bodni 6. Totals 16 10-15 45. THOMAS JOHNSON (66)
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By BOB PARASILITI | May 29, 1999
Wildcats dropped by Glenelg for 1A title SEVERN, Md. - It was like a day at the races for the Williamport Wildcats. They came to Saturday's Maryland Class 1A baseball championship looking to ride the "horse" that brought them them to the brink of the winner's circle one last time. The only problem was, Glenelg was stronger in the stretch. [cont. from sports page ] The Wildcats put their hopes in the durable right arm of Matt Bowman. The crafty senior battled for four innings, but the playoff season caught up with him in the fifth as Glenelg blew the game open with four runs en route to a 12-2 victory to defend its title at Joe Cannon Stadium.
NEWS
October 7, 2008
BOYS SOCCER No. 4 Grace Academy 4, Faith Christian 0 MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- Zack Morgan, Luke Bunting and Pat Salvagno each scored to help Grace Academy beat Faith Christian in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference. Bunting had two assists for the Knights (14-0-1, 11-0), while Caleb Serafini had another assist and Kenny Frederickson made seven saves for the shutout. Berkeley Springs 4, Hedgesville 3 BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Josh Wise made a penalty kick with less than 10 minutes remaining in the game for Berkeley Springs to break a 3-3 tie, and the Indians held on to beat Hedgesville.
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November 18, 2000
Bigger is better vs. 'Cats By DAN SPEARS / Staff Writer CATONSVILLE, Md. - Despite all its success and three straight trips to the Class 1A final, the Williamsport girls soccer team finds itself with a horrible case of timing. Two years ago, the Wildcats were beaten by Howard County power Hammond, one year before the Bears moved up to 2A. Saturday night at UMBC Stadium, they saw the trick turned on them again. Glenelg got a goal early in the second half and made it stand up, giving the Gladiators a 1-0 victory and their second straight title over the Wildcats before moving up a class next season.
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September 23, 2000
North works way to 1st, 2nd By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent BRUNSWICK, Md. - North Hagerstown cross country coach Frank McAdoo has been impressed with the work ethic of both his girls and boys teams. continued Saturday, the Hubs were rewarded for their good work at the Brunswick Invitational, winning the girls team title and finishing second in the boys race. "Hard work pays off," McAdoo said. North ended up first in the girls team scores with 43 points.
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August 27, 2009
OCT. 17, 1937-AUG. 25, 2009 HAGERSTOWN - Maurice McPherson Barnhart, 71, of Potomac Towers of Hagerstown, Md., died Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2009, at his home. Born Oct. 17, 1937, in Hagerstown, Md., to the late Gerald Abraham and Grace Viola Wells Barnhart. He was preceded in death by his former wife, Donna R. Selby Barnhart, in 2005. He was a 1955 graduate of Hagerstown High School. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He was employed as a brick and stone mason for various contractors in the Tri-State area.
NEWS
November 7, 2000
South state football hopes begin with a win The South Hagerstown football team strengthened its position in the hunt for a Maryland Class 1A playoff bid with a 32-26 win over Middletown on Friday, but the Rebels will still need some help if they're to earn their first postseason berth. The Rebels are No. 9 in the latest playoff ratings released Monday. The top eight teams in each class (four region champions and four at-large teams) advance to the state tournament beginning Nov. 17. In order for South (6-3)
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