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NEWS
July 23, 2002
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - There were 38 entrants in Monday's annual Pet Parade. The winners included: Biggest - First: Kim Hoffman and Buddy, a golden retriever; Second: Jalisa Bowers and Danny, a Doberman; Third: Janet Campbell and Milo, a basset hound. Best Costume - First: Dianne Fissel and Brutus, a Labrador; Second: Kathy and Cole Deardorff and Shelly; Third: Matthew Bowers and Dapper Dan, a dachshund. Best Trick - First: Pam and Kent Roberts and Brooks and Nike, greyhounds; Second: Tony and Jarod Wilson and Midnight, an Australian sheep dog; Third: Cindy Andrews and Princess, a Pomeranian; Third: Zoe Holland and Patty, a cocker spaniel.
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NEWS
May 20, 2003
Dog racing has its problems To the editor: This is in response to Ken Strawbridge's letter to the editor that appeared in The Herald-Mail's April 20 edition. First I would like to acknowledge the humane treatment he states that he gives to his racing greyhounds. Please keep up the good work. However, I do think some of his statements were inaccurate. Strawbridge's quote "the overwhelming vast majority of these dogs go on to have great lives after their racing days are done" is simply not accurate.
SPORTS
By SAM STEWART | Staff Correspondent | January 26, 2013
Greencastle-Antrim boys basketball coach Gary Martin was treated to an all-around performance as the Blue Devils used a 17-4 third-quarter run and solid point play from Zach Faulkner to defeat Shippensburg 59-56 in a tight Mid-Penn Colonial contest. “Our guys did a real good job executing,” Martin said. “It was a real good total team effort.” Leading that effort was Faulkner. Trailing by four early in the third quarter, the senior guard helped facilitate the run that catapulted the Blue Devils (14-3, 7-2)
NEWS
by JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | October 21, 2006
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The No. 2 Greencastle Blue Devils won their fourth straight game Friday night, claiming a 27-7 victory over the Shippensburg Greyhounds in a Mid-Penn Colonial game at Kaley Field. "We've got our guys healthy," Greencastle coach Chuck Tinninis said. "We're starting to get our timing down. I think that we're going to feel good tonight about our win. We'll come back to work on Monday to prepare for Jefferson. " It didn't take long for the Blue Devils (6-2, 4-1)
NEWS
September 17, 2009
Mercersburg Academy Blue Storm (1-0) at Landon School Bears (1-0) When: Friday, 4 p.m. Last week: The Blue Storm beat Spingarn, 43-6; The Bears beat Archbishop Carroll, 21-0. Next week: Hun School at Mercersburg Academy; Riverdale Baptist at Landon. Berkeley Springs Indians (0-3) at Frankfort Falcons (2-0) When: Friday, 7 p.m. Last week: The Indians lost to Hampshire, 33-25; The Falcons beat Grafton, 42-7. Next week: Berkeley Springs at Petersburg; Frankfort at Northern Garrett.
SPORTS
May 30, 2011
Monday, May 30, 2011 YOUTH BASEBALL 12U Travel Ball Bowie Memorial Tournament Hagerstown Wings 4, Southern Maryland 3 Wings: Brady Munson, Mitch Wilson combined 2-hitter; Brandon Gooden HR. Hagerstown Wings 8, South Berkeley 4 Wings: Ryan Downes 3 hits; Brandon Gooden, Miles Nicholson 2 hits each. Hagerstown Wings 21, Maryland Stars 3 Wings: Miles Nicholson, Mitch Wilson, Colton Repp 3 hits each; Ryan Downes, Brady Munson, Noah Hamburg 2 hits each.
NEWS
By TIM KOELBLE | October 21, 2007
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - When the offense decided to show up and play football with the defense, Greencastle-Antrim began to step up as a team Saturday afternoon. In a Mid-Penn Colonial showdown, No. 3 Greencastle got the much-needed win, staggering Shippensburg 27-7 and putting a stamp on the postseason playoffs. "This win puts us right in there," said Greencastle coach Chuck Tininnis. "If we can win our last two games, we've got a good shot at home field. " Greencastle (7-1, 4-1)
NEWS
February 17, 2006
Variety show Presenting Wintertime Wizards 'n' Wonders. Friday, 7:30 p.m., The Maryland Theatre, 21 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown. Tickets costs $10. For information, call 1-800-854-5903. Dog training show 'n' tell Pat Miller will talk about reinforcing good pet behavior and her Scottish terrier will perform at the keyboard. Saturday at 1, 2, and 3 p.m. Discovery Station, 101 W. Washington St., Hagerstown. $7 adults, $6 students, $4 seniors and military.
NEWS
By KATE S. ALEXANDER | November 10, 2008
MONT ALTO, Pa. -- Locking her knee, Jordan Fogelsonger of Waynesboro, Pa., knew she stuck the extension lib stunt. Raising her hands to complete it, she could not help but smile. For years, the 13-year-old Quincy Panthers cheerleader struggled with stunts, but on Sunday at the Penn State Mont Alto cheerleading clinic, she nailed many for the first time. The one-day clinic helped young novice cheerleaders learn the cheering basics while providing varsity cheerleaders like Fogelsonger the chance to perfect some of the sport's toughest skills.
NEWS
August 28, 2009
Thumbs up to the young people who've picked themselves up by their bootstraps to find jobs and further their education as part of a federal stimulus grant through the Western Maryland Consortium. The Consortium, whose job is to help the unemployed, deserves a pat on the back, too, for establishing a solid program. Thumbs down to those responsible for the so-called "phony destructive device" found at North Hagerstown High School, creating an unnecessary disruption on the first day of classes.
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