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NEWS
March 7, 1997
Boys team rankings 1. Thomas Johnson; 2. Middletown; 3. Frederick; 4. Smithsburg; 5. Linganore Individual rankings 55 - 1. Hoffman, Smithsburg, 6.4; 2. Brown, Walkersville and Waldon, Frederick, 6.6 300 - 1. Waldon, Frederick, 37.4; 2. Brown, Walkersville, 37.6; 3. Covati, Middletown and Griffee, T. Johnson, 37.9 500 - 1. Griffee, T. Johnson, 1:09.3; 2. Covati, Middletown, 1:09.5; 3. C. Willis, Walkersville, 1:09.6. 800 - 1. C. Willis, Walkersville, 2:02.
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NEWS
December 11, 1998
Catoctin Cougars Coach: Boys- John Woelfel ; Girls- Lance Day Returning Runners: 25 (9 boys, 16 girls) Key Runners: Boys-Michael Irvine, Sr.; Nick Reed, Fr; Kevin Favorite, So. Girls-Inga Olson, Sr.; Catherine Olson, Fr; Stacey Hamlin, Fr; Megan Hillard, Sr. Boys Outlook: "We have the biggest team we've had at Catoctin for years. We'll be able to be competitive. " Girls Outlook: "I think they're going to be better than last year. We'll be stronger and deeper as a team.
NEWS
February 19, 2008
Washington County winners in the Maryland Class 1A State Championship indoor track and field meet in Landover, Md.: Williamsport boys 3,200 relay team (Justin Gardenhour, Michael Lilley, Mark Oliver, Jesse Buchman), 8:25.18 Scott Rice, Boonsboro, boys pole vault, 13 feet, 2 inches - state record Jordie Lord, Williamsport, girls shot put, 33 feet Robert Kornides, Boonsboro, boys high jump, 5 feet, 10 inches Michael Lilley, Williamsport, boys 3,200, 10:02.
NEWS
March 25, 2007
Girls First Team Boonsboro - Katie Farr (pole vault), Chelsea Harnett (relays), Morgan Holmes (high jump), Sarah Johnson (shot put); Clear Spring - Katherine McCormick (high jump), Lindsay Mizell (high jump); North Hagerstown - Octavia Monroe (shot put), Katie Ritter (sprints), Tia Scott (sprints), Liz Smith (hurdles), Hillary Zampelli (relays); Smithsburg - Chelsea Connelly (distance), Caitlin Henney (pole vault), Erin Kittel (shot put), Anna Law (pole vault), Natalie Mancini (middle distance)
NEWS
By DAVE McMILLION | December 7, 2008
SMITHSBURG - How cold was it outside Sunday night? It was so cold in Smithsburg that there wasn't going to be any standing around at the town Christmas tree. In the town's first tree-lighting ceremony, town officials lighted a blue spruce in Veterans Park along Water Street at about 6:10 p.m. Then everyone headed down to the Smithsburg Volunteer Fire Co. for the rest of the celebration. Mayor Mildred "Mickey" Myers said the decision was made to move the celebration to the fire department because of the frigid temperatures.
NEWS
By ANDREW MASON | December 2, 2008
Six of the eight Washington County athletes who left the Maryland State Indoor Track & Field Championships with gold medals last season will be back for more this winter. Five of them -- seniors Michael Lilley, Jesse Buchman, Justin Gardenhour and Jordie Lord and junior Mark Oliver -- compete for perennial power Williamsport. Lilley was the Class 1A champ in the 3,200-meter run and teamed with Buchman, Gardenhour and Oliver to win the 3,200 relay. Lord won a state title in the girls shot put. "We have some great performers, but you have to have a lot of point scorers in track," Williamsport coach John Bailey said.
NEWS
by JANET HEIM | February 6, 2006
HAGERSTOWN janeth@herald-mail.com For decades, dancers have delighted in the nostalgic music and venue of Pen Mar Park. During the summer and early fall, music of bygone eras brings the dancers to their feet, with as many as 1,500 people attending the park each Sunday. Once Pen Mar's outdoor season ends, the fancy footwork and familiar tunes end, too. Several years ago, then-Hagerstown councilman N. Linn Hendershot suggested that the tradition continue indoors. Event planner Ken Welch ran with the idea.
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by ANDREW MASON | February 20, 2005
andrewm@herald-mail.com Call them the "H" factors - Hensley, Harnett and health. At least two of the three are on the Boonsboro girls track team's side. Paced by Sarah Hensley and Hayley Harnett, the Warriors edged Smithsburg 97-96 last spring to win the Maryland Class 1A outdoor state title, ending the Leopards' eight-year reign as champions. Boonsboro, still led by Hensley and Harnett, now is aiming to turn a similar trick indoors against four-time defending Class 2A-1A state champ Poolesville at Monday's state meet at Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex in Landover.
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