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March 1, 2009
GIRLS BASKETBALL LANHAM, Md. -- Heritage Academy fell in its bid for a second postseason championship on Saturday when it lost 65-39 to Grace Brethren, of Clinton, Md., in the Maryland Christian State Tournament Division I title game at Washington Bible College. "(Grace) hit us inside and out and they tired us out with their fast-break transition game," said Heritage coach Ed Dorsey. Heritage (26-3) -- winners of the MDCC Tournament -- stayed with Grace Brethren for the better part of the first half before Grace's 5-0 run in the last 90 seconds of the half left the Eagles trailing, 27-22.
NEWS
August 21, 1999
PREP GOLF MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Jefferson's David Bradshaw won low medal honors Friday, carding a 75 at Stonebridge Golf Course to lead the Cougars to an 18-stroke win over Martinsburg. Team scores: Jefferson 313, Martinsburg 331, Hedgesville 332, Musselman 347, Fort Hill 361, St. Maria Goretti 364, Clear Spring 381, Berkeley Springs dq. ADULT LEAGUES Hagerstown Area Church Softball Christ Reformed 16, Grace Brethren 7: Brad Moore had four hits and J.D. Taylor added three for Christ Reformed.
NEWS
November 27, 2002
BOYS BASKETBALL Sean Moore had 27 points and Eric Longerbeam had 16 as Broadfording defeated Emanuel Baptist 87-84 Monday in the opening round of the BCS Lions Classic. Jay Knickerbocker had 36 points and Kyle Ohman had 23 for Emanuel in a losing cause. Broadfording will take on Bishop Walsh in the championship game tonight at 8. Bishop Walsh 50, St. James 38 Alex Krstic had 27 points and Steven Amoroso had 15 to lead Bishop Walsh. Jordan Ottley led St. James with 10 points.
NEWS
July 28, 2006
ADULT LEAGUES Hagerstown Area Church Softball Five Forks 10, Otterbein 3 Five Forks: Micah Bumbaugh, Toby Gift 3 hits each. West End Baptist 18, Crossroads 13 Tri-State Fellowship 13, Grace Brethren 12 Tri-State: Roy Hilliard 5 hits; Shawn Faith, Todd Street, Ronnie Shoemaker, Mike Kelbaugh 3 hits each. Covenant Life 10, Benvola 10 (10 inn.) St. Joseph's 32, Real Life 15 Smithsburg Valley 20, Bethel 2 Wash. Co. Co-Ed Softball Deafnet 15, America First Home Mortgage 9 Deafnet: Matt Reichert 4 hits, 2 HR, 5 RBI; Heidi Grove 3 hits.
SPORTS
March 1, 2013
Friday, March 1, 2013 BOYS BASKETBALL Broadfording 58, Atlantic Christian 55 ERIE, Pa. - Mawdo Sallah scored a game-high 19 points to lead Broadfording Christian Academy to a semifinal win over Atlantic Christian of New Jersey in the National Christian Schools Tournament. Isaiah Daniels hit three 3-pointers en route to 17 points and Moni Anderson had eight points, including two 3-pointers for the Lions. Broadfording will play IMG Institute of Florida in the finals on Saturday at 1:30 pm. BROADFORDING Anderson 8, Daniels 17, Price 4, B. Cradduck 6, Silva 4, Sallah 19. Totals 23 7-15 58. ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN Davis 13, Vargas 16, Picking 6, Stolmenov 11, Petinelli 2, Walker 7. Totals 18 12-21 55. Broadfording    21    11    16    10    -     58 Atlantic     14    14    15    12    -     55 3-point goals - Broadfording 5 (Anderson 2, Daniels 3)
NEWS
November 11, 2002
PREP VOLLEYBALL HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - No. 4 Hedgesville is three victories away from its ultimate goal. The Eagles had no problems winning the W.Va. Class AAA, Region II volleyball tournament Saturday morning, defeating East Fairmont 15-2, 15-8, 15-10 in the semifinals before dispatching Preston County 15-6, 15-3, 15-5 in the finals to earn a berth in the state quarterfinals. "They were very focused," Hedgesville coach Susan Davis said. "A little sluggish against Fairmont, but when they knew the championship was on the line, they became six different girls out there.
NEWS
July 27, 2004
YOUTH LEAGUES BRUNSWICK, Md. - Henry Gigeous pitched a complete-game one-hitter, allowing no earned runs while striking out 12, as Halfway beat Thurmont 5-3 in Game 3 of the best-of-3 Little League Baseball 9-10 Section 1 championship series. Halfway advances to the four-team, double-elimination state tournament, this Saturday through Tuesday, at Fort Lincoln Park in Montgomery County. Its first game will be Saturday at 4 p.m. against the Section 4 champ. Brothers Evan and Ethan Coblentz supplied the offensive power for Halfway.
NEWS
February 28, 2009
HANCOCK -- Josh Smith scored nine of his 12 points in the fourth quarter and overtime as Hancock rallied to knock off Northern Garrett 51-50 in the quarterfinals of the Maryland Class 1A West Region West Sectional playoffs. Tommy Kratz had team highs with 15 points and five steals while Spencer Heller grabbed 15 rebounds and Nick Lanehart added eight for the Panthers (6-17). Hancock scored just one point in the second quarter and went into halftime down 11 points, but rallied with a 24-13 fourth-quarter run to force the extra period.
NEWS
July 31, 1999
YOUTH LEAGUES Adam Kees Memorial Tournament Maugansville 9, South Mountain 2: Tommy Garrett threw a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts to lead Maugansville. Ryan Keegan had two hits for South Mountain. Halfway 7, Valley 6: Steve Picone threw a six hitter with seven strikeouts and Keith King had two hits for Halfway. River City Classic American 12, Conococheague 4: Travis Kelley and James Scott each had two hits to lead American. Joey Siler and Austin Barkdoll had two hits for Conococheague.
NEWS
August 26, 2004
BOYS SOCCER Nick Benavides had two goals and an assist to lead Martinsburg to a 5-0 win over St. Maria Goretti on Wednesday. Joey Borror, Mike Jones and Trent Reid each added a goal for the Bulldogs (2-0). Kevin Brashears had 23 saves for Goretti (0-1). ADULT LEAGUES Hub City League R&M Wine and Beverage 13, Eclipse 10: Daren Crawford, Mike Ward, Jeremy Duffy and Brandon Combs each had three hits to lead R&M. Ward and Kirk each homered.
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SPORTS
March 1, 2013
Friday, March 1, 2013 BOYS BASKETBALL Broadfording 58, Atlantic Christian 55 ERIE, Pa. - Mawdo Sallah scored a game-high 19 points to lead Broadfording Christian Academy to a semifinal win over Atlantic Christian of New Jersey in the National Christian Schools Tournament. Isaiah Daniels hit three 3-pointers en route to 17 points and Moni Anderson had eight points, including two 3-pointers for the Lions. Broadfording will play IMG Institute of Florida in the finals on Saturday at 1:30 pm. BROADFORDING Anderson 8, Daniels 17, Price 4, B. Cradduck 6, Silva 4, Sallah 19. Totals 23 7-15 58. ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN Davis 13, Vargas 16, Picking 6, Stolmenov 11, Petinelli 2, Walker 7. Totals 18 12-21 55. Broadfording    21    11    16    10    -     58 Atlantic     14    14    15    12    -     55 3-point goals - Broadfording 5 (Anderson 2, Daniels 3)
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NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | March 15, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- A church has opened its doors to Washington County students whose school burned this month. Hagerstown Grace Brethren Church on Spruce Street had "full confidence" it could offer space for Antietam Academy's high school, Senior Pastor Harald Bjerga said. "It meets the mission of our church," he said. Washington County Public Schools accepted the invitation, and the school has a new home for the rest of the academic year. About 46 or 47 students moved into the church last Monday, along with about 13 employees.
NEWS
March 1, 2009
GIRLS BASKETBALL LANHAM, Md. -- Heritage Academy fell in its bid for a second postseason championship on Saturday when it lost 65-39 to Grace Brethren, of Clinton, Md., in the Maryland Christian State Tournament Division I title game at Washington Bible College. "(Grace) hit us inside and out and they tired us out with their fast-break transition game," said Heritage coach Ed Dorsey. Heritage (26-3) -- winners of the MDCC Tournament -- stayed with Grace Brethren for the better part of the first half before Grace's 5-0 run in the last 90 seconds of the half left the Eagles trailing, 27-22.
NEWS
February 28, 2009
HANCOCK -- Josh Smith scored nine of his 12 points in the fourth quarter and overtime as Hancock rallied to knock off Northern Garrett 51-50 in the quarterfinals of the Maryland Class 1A West Region West Sectional playoffs. Tommy Kratz had team highs with 15 points and five steals while Spencer Heller grabbed 15 rebounds and Nick Lanehart added eight for the Panthers (6-17). Hancock scored just one point in the second quarter and went into halftime down 11 points, but rallied with a 24-13 fourth-quarter run to force the extra period.
NEWS
July 25, 2008
YOUTH LEAGUES 7-8 All-Stars Rally at Valley Tournament Clear Spring 11 South Mountain 4 Clear Spring: Billy Block 4 hits; Garett Embly 3 hits; Jaret Lazich, Tyler Hill, Chase Gallihugh 2 hits each. South Mountain: Logan Saunders 2 hits. Thomas Evans Tournament Valley 13, National 9 Valley: Timmy Hartsock, Austin Stone 3 hits each; Bryan Tracey 2 hits. National: Jeremy Strain, Josh Miller HR each; Cody Rachor 2 hits. West End 6, Hancock 2 West End: Carlos Torres 3 hits; Dylan Stouffer grand slam; David Moser HR. Hancock: Chad Sipe 2 hits, 11 Ks. Abe Williams Tournament Championship Game Winchester 14 Glade Valley 11 ADULT LEAGUES Hagerstown Area Church Softball Hagerstown Bible 18, Virginia Avenue Church of God 5 Nazerene C 20, Tri-State 15 Nazerene C: Tim Hose, Dan Daniels, Larry Kershner 4 hits each.
NEWS
by CANDICE BOSELY | September 17, 2006
Sharon Brake likes to flip through the newspaper, looking for familiar faces. She has countless clippings in folders and on the walls near her office, with certain faces circled. They're the pictures of children who have attended Grace Child Care Center at Grace Brethren Church in Hagerstown. The child-care center is celebrating its 25th anniversary of being in business. An open house and reception were scheduled to be held today from noon to 3 p.m. Former students were encouraged to attend.
NEWS
August 26, 2004
BOYS SOCCER Nick Benavides had two goals and an assist to lead Martinsburg to a 5-0 win over St. Maria Goretti on Wednesday. Joey Borror, Mike Jones and Trent Reid each added a goal for the Bulldogs (2-0). Kevin Brashears had 23 saves for Goretti (0-1). ADULT LEAGUES Hub City League R&M Wine and Beverage 13, Eclipse 10: Daren Crawford, Mike Ward, Jeremy Duffy and Brandon Combs each had three hits to lead R&M. Ward and Kirk each homered.
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