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October 26, 2008
Thomas Andrew Port, son of Scott and Melanie Port of Hagerstown, graduated from South Hagerstown High School on July 31, after only three years of high school. After completing his junior year, Thomas enrolled in summer school and successfully completed his 12th-grade English requirement, earning his diploma a year early. Thomas is working full time to save money and plans to attend college in January.
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January 7, 2008
Erin Goins, daughter of Susan Wietry and granddaughter of Annaliese Wietry of Chambersburg, Pa., has been named to the Chancellor's List for the fall semester at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, with a 4.0 grade-point average. Erin is a psychology major in her junior year and a 2005 graduate of St. Maria Goretti High School in Hagerstown.
NEWS
November 18, 2003
The following Washington County high school seniors were honored Monday at the Celebration of Excellence. The students were honored for maintaining a minimum 3.7 grade-point average through the end of their junior year. Boonsboro High School: Justin Baylor, Katie Beard, Megan Burtner, Bonnie Dowell, Rachel Hamilton, Daniel Harman, Lisa Harshman, Craig Henson, Mallory Holmes, Rachel Hull, Rebecca Jefferies, Joelle Keyser, Kelly-Jo Kibler, Mallory Leggere, Lauren Low, Kourtney Marshall, Jessica Meyers, Alicia Pencola, Christopher Perkins, Cynthia Smallwood, Brian Smith, Erica Stewart, Eileen Stump, Daniel Taylor, Christopher Thomas, Nattanee Tubhirun, Kristen Wachtel, Grace Walsh, Jamie Weddle, Mary Wiegand, Christina Williamson, Jessica Zentmeyer Clear Spring High School: Lindsey Banister, Cody Beard, Tara Brown, Sherri Bryan, Rebecca Burkett, Erin Detrow, Travis Divelbiss, Jennifer Fields, Karen Gehr, Brittany Gruber, Drew Holler, Kara Hose, Amy Mills, Shadae Paul, Jill Shupp, Benjamin Sigler, Lindsay Spangler, Ralph Stotler Hancock Middle-Senior High School: Paul Brennan, Joshua Hendershot, Mia Hornbaker, Wayne Keefer, Bryan Kratz, Ashley McFadden, Dustin Reed, Jordan Sterner North Hagerstown High School: Janae Aiken, Laura Alderton, Megan Alderton, Aamira Ali, Brenna Bacon, Julie Bayer, Ashwini Bonde, Dana Byrd, Danielle Carter, Yee Cho, Adam Cornelius, Dominique Derbigny, Erika Ernst, Derick Flohr, Rachel Flurie, Jennifer Fogtman, Angela Grumbine,...
NEWS
August 8, 2006
Nick Mohar-Schurz, 17, soon will be in sixth form (12th grade) at Saint James School. He hopes to incorporate his interest in other people and cultures into a writing career. Lydia Hadfield, 16, of Jefferson, Md., enjoys biking, hiking, reading and writing. She is home-schooled. Nabela Enam, 15, will be a junior at St. Maria Goretti High School in September. If she has to make a long trip, she'd rather fly than drive. Robert Keller, 14, will be a freshman at North High.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | April 23, 2010
SMITHSBURG -- Smithsburg senior Colleen Black, a three-time All-MVAL Antietam Volleyball First Team honoree who helped the Leopards finish 19-0 and win the Maryland Class 1A state title last fall, signed a letter-of-intent to play for NCAA Division I program Saint Francis on Thursday. "It's a very beautiful campus. They have a lot to offer," Black said. "I'm going into education and they have a great education program. They're also very involved with the athletes. The players get along great.
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by ANDREW MASON | November 14, 2004
andrewm@herald-mail.com PARKTON, MD. - Ashley Lockard has no problem leading the pack to the finish line. Leading it from the starting line, however, can be a bit uncomfortable for the Clear Spring senior. Saturday's Maryland State Cross Country Championships at Hereford High School was all about leaving the comfort zone. "I just wanted to sit in second or third for the first mile," said Lockard of the girls Class 1A race. "But since no one would take it out, I had to take the lead.
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by KATE COLEMAN | September 5, 2003
katec@herald-mail.com Ann Wilson has a vivid memory of bringing her first child home from the hospital years ago. Her husband opened the door of their 1964 white Ford Fairlane. As Wilson held her son and prepared to get out of the car, she said, "Nothing will ever be the same again. " Bringing a baby into your home is a life-changing experience. Having a young adult leave your home - whether he's off to college or she's starting a career in the next town - also changes a parent's life.
NEWS
April 12, 1997
A teen alcoholic tells his story By Kate Coleman Staff Writer He's been sober for six months and four days. He talks about it, but doesn't want to be identified because he's a senior at a local high school. He says it took him months to face the fact that he's an alcoholic. Not every teen who drinks is an alcoholic. But anyone who drinks is more likely to be involved in high-risk, dangerous behavior, according to Tom Mentor, addictions counselor at Washington County Health Department.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | December 13, 2008
If Musselman's Erica Manor was a movie hero -- or villain, if you were one of the unfortunate souls who had to play against her -- she could most aptly be described as "The Terminator. " When the Applemen went to her, the odds were very good the point would be terminated -- and in the long run, so would be their opponent. "Everybody knew where the ball was going when she was in the front row, and they still couldn't stop her," Musselman coach Shawn Martz said. "Very rarely did they slow her down.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | April 23, 2010
SMITHSBURG -- Smithsburg senior Colleen Black, a three-time All-MVAL Antietam Volleyball First Team honoree who helped the Leopards finish 19-0 and win the Maryland Class 1A state title last fall, signed a letter-of-intent to play for NCAA Division I program Saint Francis on Thursday. "It's a very beautiful campus. They have a lot to offer," Black said. "I'm going into education and they have a great education program. They're also very involved with the athletes. The players get along great.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | December 13, 2008
If Musselman's Erica Manor was a movie hero -- or villain, if you were one of the unfortunate souls who had to play against her -- she could most aptly be described as "The Terminator. " When the Applemen went to her, the odds were very good the point would be terminated -- and in the long run, so would be their opponent. "Everybody knew where the ball was going when she was in the front row, and they still couldn't stop her," Musselman coach Shawn Martz said. "Very rarely did they slow her down.
NEWS
October 26, 2008
Thomas Andrew Port, son of Scott and Melanie Port of Hagerstown, graduated from South Hagerstown High School on July 31, after only three years of high school. After completing his junior year, Thomas enrolled in summer school and successfully completed his 12th-grade English requirement, earning his diploma a year early. Thomas is working full time to save money and plans to attend college in January.
NEWS
January 7, 2008
Erin Goins, daughter of Susan Wietry and granddaughter of Annaliese Wietry of Chambersburg, Pa., has been named to the Chancellor's List for the fall semester at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, with a 4.0 grade-point average. Erin is a psychology major in her junior year and a 2005 graduate of St. Maria Goretti High School in Hagerstown.
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By BOB MAGINNIS | December 30, 2007
William "Bill" Bowen makes his living determining the value of property, but he said recently he wouldn't have succeeded in business without a big push from his junior college biology teacher. Her name was Dr. Mable Walter, a legendary educator at what was then Hagerstown Junior College. Bowen agreed to reminisce about those long-ago days as part of an effort to raise $5 million for the college. Dick Phoebus, the campaign chair, told me in October that the money the appeal raises will fund additional scholarships, a renovation of the Career Programs Building, expand the Commercial Vehicle Transportation Program and develop new courses that make use of the latest learning technology.
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By CHRIS CARTER / Staff Correspondent | December 10, 2007
Hagerstown Junior Basketball League players and coaches packed the sidelines of the South Hagerstown High School gym Sunday afternoon. At the center of the rectangle was league president George Stottlemyer, whose nearly 50 years with the league made him the perfect candidate to receive a trio of achievements during ceremonies for the 60th anniversary of the league's junior division. His peers and colleagues would certainly agree. "I didn't get involved with the league from this point of view until last year," said league vice president Noel Spence, who received an invitation for the position from Stottlemyer last year.
NEWS
August 8, 2006
Nick Mohar-Schurz, 17, soon will be in sixth form (12th grade) at Saint James School. He hopes to incorporate his interest in other people and cultures into a writing career. Lydia Hadfield, 16, of Jefferson, Md., enjoys biking, hiking, reading and writing. She is home-schooled. Nabela Enam, 15, will be a junior at St. Maria Goretti High School in September. If she has to make a long trip, she'd rather fly than drive. Robert Keller, 14, will be a freshman at North High.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | November 14, 2004
andrewm@herald-mail.com PARKTON, MD. - Ashley Lockard has no problem leading the pack to the finish line. Leading it from the starting line, however, can be a bit uncomfortable for the Clear Spring senior. Saturday's Maryland State Cross Country Championships at Hereford High School was all about leaving the comfort zone. "I just wanted to sit in second or third for the first mile," said Lockard of the girls Class 1A race. "But since no one would take it out, I had to take the lead.
NEWS
November 18, 2003
The following Washington County high school seniors were honored Monday at the Celebration of Excellence. The students were honored for maintaining a minimum 3.7 grade-point average through the end of their junior year. Boonsboro High School: Justin Baylor, Katie Beard, Megan Burtner, Bonnie Dowell, Rachel Hamilton, Daniel Harman, Lisa Harshman, Craig Henson, Mallory Holmes, Rachel Hull, Rebecca Jefferies, Joelle Keyser, Kelly-Jo Kibler, Mallory Leggere, Lauren Low, Kourtney Marshall, Jessica Meyers, Alicia Pencola, Christopher Perkins, Cynthia Smallwood, Brian Smith, Erica Stewart, Eileen Stump, Daniel Taylor, Christopher Thomas, Nattanee Tubhirun, Kristen Wachtel, Grace Walsh, Jamie Weddle, Mary Wiegand, Christina Williamson, Jessica Zentmeyer Clear Spring High School: Lindsey Banister, Cody Beard, Tara Brown, Sherri Bryan, Rebecca Burkett, Erin Detrow, Travis Divelbiss, Jennifer Fields, Karen Gehr, Brittany Gruber, Drew Holler, Kara Hose, Amy Mills, Shadae Paul, Jill Shupp, Benjamin Sigler, Lindsay Spangler, Ralph Stotler Hancock Middle-Senior High School: Paul Brennan, Joshua Hendershot, Mia Hornbaker, Wayne Keefer, Bryan Kratz, Ashley McFadden, Dustin Reed, Jordan Sterner North Hagerstown High School: Janae Aiken, Laura Alderton, Megan Alderton, Aamira Ali, Brenna Bacon, Julie Bayer, Ashwini Bonde, Dana Byrd, Danielle Carter, Yee Cho, Adam Cornelius, Dominique Derbigny, Erika Ernst, Derick Flohr, Rachel Flurie, Jennifer Fogtman, Angela Grumbine,...
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