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NEWS
November 30, 2006
Honorable Mention Sean Henson, Senior, Smithsburg A.J. Minnich, Freshman, Smithsburg Jimmy Hill, Junior, North Hagerstown Jamie Phillips, Sophomore, St. James Kyle Butler, Senior, Williamsport Eric Wilfong, Junior, Williamsport Brendan Benisek, Senior, Williamsport John Duhring, Junior, St. Maria Goretti First Team ALICIA GRIER Senior, Smithsburg Average: 38.0 ...
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NEWS
December 4, 2006
Player of the Year CLAYTON ROTZ Senior Chambersburg Average: 36.0 First Team ALICIA GRIER Senior, Smithsburg Average: 38.0 JAKE WETZEL Senior, Waynesboro Average: 40.1 KIM EATON Senior, St. James Average: 39.1 Honerable Mention Derek Baker, Waynesboro Nick Tornetta, Chambersburg ...
NEWS
August 22, 2008
Hagerstown Greens at Hamilton Run, at 2 S. Cleveland Ave. in Hagerstown, will be closed Monday, Sept. 8, and Tuesday, Sept. 9, for aerification and top-dressing of the course's greens. If there are no unforeseen problems, the golf course will reopen Wednesday, Sept. 10, at noon. In the event of rain, the work will be postponed until the following week. For information, call the golf course at 301-733-8630 or the Hagerstown Parks & Recreation Department at 301-739-8577, ext. 169, or send an e-mail to parks&rec@hagerstownmd.
NEWS
December 27, 2003
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating an act of criminal mischief in which an unknown person drove a 4x4 truck on and around two holes' greens at the Greencastle Greens Golf Course in Franklin County, Pa., police said Friday. Anyone with information on the crime - which occurred in the morning of Christmas Eve - is asked to call the police at 1-717-264-5161.
SPORTS
By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | August 26, 2012
There should be no question about North Hagerstown being the best golf team in Washington County - at least on paper - for 2012. Outside the county, will the Hubs have enough material to carry through the district tournament and into the state tournament with success? The answer is, 'Yes.' But sports require an active element, and golf requires the little white ball to disappear in the cup. Having missed out on the Maryland Class 3A/4A state tournament last year, the Hubs look to return to College Park this season, with schools such as Urbana standing in the way. “It's a strong statement, but I know we're prohibitive favorites in the county and conference,” said Hubs coach Joel Rice.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | September 11, 2003
koelble@herald-mail.com SHEPHERSTOWN, W.Va. - There is plenty of optimism in the Shepherd College golf camp as the Rams get set to open the season Friday in the two-day WVIAC Tournament in Parkersburg. Coach Mike Jacobs has three battle-tested golfers in the front of the lineup and will have a host of contenders in the remaining positions as Shepherd bids to improve on last year's third-place conference finish. "We've been honest among each other that we have the potential to be the top team this year," Jacobs said.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III | August 20, 2003
Washington County Boonsboro Warriors Coach: Greg Henry, 3rd year Returning players (7): Curtis Harsh, Jr.; Nick Lupo, Jr.; Nick Zaccaria, Jr.; Allen Beard, So.; Chris Easterday, So.; Ryan Low, So.; Brian Poole, So. Remainder of team: Brittany Ray, Jr.; April Hoffman, Fr.; Caleb Hudlow, Fr.; Aaron Twigg, Fr.; Ryan Willard, Fr. Henry's outlook: "This is the best team I've had and I'm very optimistic about our season. Nick Zaccaria is our captain and should be one of the top players in the league.
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