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October 10, 2012
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 GIRLS SOCCER Waynesboro 1, James Buchanan 0 MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Alysha McCleaf scored on an assist by Mallory Patterson to lead Waynesboro past James Buchanan. Nicole Kreimer had two saves for the Maidens (12-3). JV: Tied, 0-0. Chambersburg 1, Central Dauphin 1 CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Devin Furness scored off an assist from Keri Kalathas, while Emily Neady and Shannon Edwards combined to make 19 saves for the Trojans in Tuesday's tie with Central Dauphin in the Mid-Penn Commonwealth.
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December 4, 2012
The James Buchanan High School Drama Club will present “A Christmas Carol,” adapted by Michael Youngs, from the Charles Dickens classic story, in the high school auditorium. Performances will be at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets cost $4 for adults and $2 for students. There is no admission charge for those ages 65 and older.  The school is at 4773 Fort Loudon Road in Mercersburg. For more information, call 717-328-2146.
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By SAM STEWART | Staff Correspondent | April 23, 2013
One game after being held hitless by Waynesboro's Dylan Bryan, Greencastle-Antrim rebounded in spectacular fashion, collecting 12 runs on eight hits en route to a decisive 12 - 1 victory over James Buchanan on Tuesday afternoon. “There's a certain style of pitcher that we have been struggling against,” Greencastle head coach Eric Shaner said. “We wanted to look for their pitch early in the count and not get cheated late in the count.” That mindset worked for Shaner and the Blue Devils as Greencastle worked six walks against the Rockets' pitching staff throughout the game, including four from starting pitcher Sloane Bendell.
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By SAM STEWART | Staff Correspondent | February 1, 2013
Staff Correspondent WAYNESBORO, Pa. - In a season of misfortune, the losses keep piling up. It was no different Friday as the Waynesboro girls basketball team took a first-quarter lead, only to let it slip away, eventually falling 49-32 to James Buchanan. The Rockets' Cheyenne Carbaugh was the key figure in the victory, dominating the paint and the offensive glass, to score 19 points - including 13 from the foul line. She started the effort by cleaning up the offensive glass early and often.
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September 20, 2008
Scotland 33, James Buchanan 14 SCOTLAND, Pa. -- James Buchanan was locked in a 6-6 halftime tie but the Rockets were defused in the second half. Dylan Upperman scored on a 20-yard run in the second quarter for the Rockets (0-4). After Scotland (1-2) had taken a 33-6 lead, Alex Buterbaugh ran 70 yards for a touchdown.
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October 18, 2008
Palmyra 59, James Buchanan 6 PALMYRA, Pa. -- Jesse Smartt threw for 151 yards, including a 14-yard touchdown pass to Kace Worrell that proved to be James Buchanan's only trip to the end zone in the game. Dylan Upperman caught six passes for 60 yards for the Rockets (0-8, 0-4 Mid-Penn Liberty), who committed seven turnovers, including five lost fumbles. Zach Stuart rushed 10 times for 135 yards and scored on runs of 9, 12 and 50 yards for Palmyra (5-3, 4-0).
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October 25, 2008
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. -- Tarik Leftenant ran for a game-high 90 yards and two touchdowns, leading unbeaten Mechanicsburg (9-0) past winless James Buchanan (0-9). Tyson Keith scored both of the Rockets' touchdowns in the third quarter, going 82 yards on a pass from Jesse Smartt and returning a kick 82 yards. Smartt was 17-of-35 passing for 195 yards with the TD and an interception.
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by TIM KOELBLE | February 3, 2007
MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Chambersburg had 11 players reach the scoring column, and several of them got into the book earlier than normal. The No. 3 Trojans rolled early with a swarming defense on their way to a 64-29 victory over James Buchanan on Friday night. James Buchanan had a 3-0 lead on a 3-point goal by Amy Heisey seconds into the game but Logan Lentz scored five points and the Trojans never looked back on the way to a 14-3 lead. After a JB bucket by Amy Heisey, Chambersburg rattled off a 13-0 run for a 27-5 lead, at which time Chambersburg coach Brad Rideout began to substitute freely.
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October 11, 2008
Steel-High 46, James Buchanan 8 MERCERSBURG, Pa. -- Jeremiah Young rushed for four touchdowns, including a 90-yard run, to lead Steel-High over James Buchanan in the Mid-Penn Capital. The Rollers (7-0) gained 434 yards and held the Rockets (0-7) to only 27 yards. James Buchanan passed for 224 yards, but just one score -- a 15-yard TD pass from Jesse Smartt to Dylan Upperman.
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August 31, 2013
Saturday, August 31, 2013 GIRLS SOCCER Spring Mills 5, Saint James 2 ST. JAMES - Leanne Ludwick scored twice in the second half for Saint James in a to Spring Mills on Saturday. Chandler Marshall and Alexia Tiches each had an assist for the Saints. Nikki Jenkinson made six saves. Hershey Tournament Chambersburg 3, Donegal 0 Manheim Twp. 3, Chambersburg 1 HERSHEY, Pa. - The Trojans reached the tournament final before coming up short against Manheim Township.
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By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com | June 8, 2013
For about the first two years that the Class of 2013 attended James Buchanan High School, the school was undergoing a major remodeling project, not unlike the students themselves as they evolved from freshman to seniors, Principal Rodney N. Benedick told the 167 graduates. “I understand you are anxious to go out and take on the world,” Benedick told the soon-to-be graduates. He asked that they not forget James Buchanan High School and check back once in a while so their alma mater can see how they are doing.
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By SAM STEWART | Staff Correspondent | May 3, 2013
The six-year wait for a conference title is over for Waynesboro's baseball team. For six years, the Indians have been nesting in the depths of the Mid-Penn Colonial - always the bridesmaid, never the bride. Now, the Indians stand taller than anyone else in the Colonial as they clinched their first division title since 2007 with an 8-1 victory at James Buchanan on Friday afternoon. “It feels good,” Waynesboro coach Greg Chandler said. “It's a great win for our whole school, not just our baseball team.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | May 2, 2013
A lot of schools have art shows, but James Buchanan High School might just be the only one to offer two tractors doing the tango. Tractors circled and shimmied behind the school during the fourth annual Arts in Action. Held Thursday evening, the event featured fine arts, music, dance, robotics, a flight simulator, poetry, a farm display and yes, tractor dancing. “We have something for everything,” said Anita Shively, an art teacher who organized the event. Shively spent more than two decades teaching elementary art before transferring to the high school.
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By SAM STEWART | Staff Correspondent | April 23, 2013
One game after being held hitless by Waynesboro's Dylan Bryan, Greencastle-Antrim rebounded in spectacular fashion, collecting 12 runs on eight hits en route to a decisive 12 - 1 victory over James Buchanan on Tuesday afternoon. “There's a certain style of pitcher that we have been struggling against,” Greencastle head coach Eric Shaner said. “We wanted to look for their pitch early in the count and not get cheated late in the count.” That mindset worked for Shaner and the Blue Devils as Greencastle worked six walks against the Rockets' pitching staff throughout the game, including four from starting pitcher Sloane Bendell.
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By SAM STEWART | Staff Correspondent | April 17, 2013
Elizabeth Ward has shown extreme poise in her freshman year inside the circle for Greencastle. That didn't change on Wednesday in a seven-inning performance, while allowing one run on six hits in a 5-1 win over James Buchanan. The Blue Devils made the outing stand up with a five-run fifth inning. Riding high after a recent 3 - 2 victory over Shippensburg, James Buchanan - led by Hannah Bingaman and Shania Fogelsonger - had rocketed to a 5 - 0 start in the Mid-Penn Colonial. But the Rockets didn't faze the freshman.
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By ROXANN MILLER | roxann.miller@herald-mail.com | February 27, 2013
On Nov. 27, 2012, Carley Shaffer heard the familiar sound of an incoming text on her cellphone. Nonchalantly, the 14-year-old James Buchanan High School freshman picked up her phone thinking it was a routine message from her friend. But, it was anything but routine. “It was my friend telling me he didn't see any reason for living,” Carley said. “I was scared (that) if I didn't do something about it, nobody would and I wasn't going to see him the next day,” she remembered.
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By SAM STEWART | Staff Correspondent | February 1, 2013
Staff Correspondent WAYNESBORO, Pa. - In a season of misfortune, the losses keep piling up. It was no different Friday as the Waynesboro girls basketball team took a first-quarter lead, only to let it slip away, eventually falling 49-32 to James Buchanan. The Rockets' Cheyenne Carbaugh was the key figure in the victory, dominating the paint and the offensive glass, to score 19 points - including 13 from the foul line. She started the effort by cleaning up the offensive glass early and often.
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