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by ANDREW MASON | November 14, 2004
andrewm@herald-mail.com PARKTON, Md. - Loch Raven's straight flush beat Williamsport's pair of aces as the Wildcats' two-year run of the Class 1A girls table ended Saturday at the Maryland State Cross Country Championships. While Clear Spring's Ashley Lockard won the hilly 3-mile race in 20 minutes, 35 seconds, Williamsport's Theresa Ruland (20:49) and Laura Forsythe (21:31) weren't far behind, finishing third and sixth to pace the 'Cats. But by the time Kara Hardy, Williamsport's third runner, crossed the line in 18th place, all five of Loch Raven's scorers already were in the finish chute.
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by CURT HORNBECKER | November 13, 2003
ESSEX, Md. - OK, so it took the Williamsport volleyball team one game to overcome the jitters - a game in which the passes weren't quite as crisp and the serves not quite as sharp as coach Emily Crabtree would have liked. It was a game in which Williamsport merely dominated Loch Raven. In games 2 and 3, on the other hand, the Wildcats mauled the Raiders, sweeping to a 25-20, 25-12, 25-10 victory in the Maryland Class 1A state semifinals Tuesday at the Community College of Baltimore County at Essex.
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By BOB PARASILITI | September 17, 2010
BALTIMORE -- The North Hagerstown football team sent a message early. It came with the impact of church bells at noon with a doorbell thrown in for good measure, but it got the point across all the same. It took all of two plays. Anthony Winter went around left end on North's second snap from scrimmage and ran over a Loch Raven defender en route to a 53-yard touchdown. It was only the beginning of the Hubs' dominating 60-13 victory on Thursday in a game that was all but a formality after the first quarter in a steady rain.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | May 24, 2012
There's one more game to go for the Williamsport Wildcats baseball team this season, and it will be on the biggest stage. The Wildcats defeated Loch Raven 3-0 on Thursday night in one of two Maryland Class 2A state semifinals at the University of Maryland. Patuxent defeated Patterson Mill 6-1 in the other semifinal and will face Williamsport on Saturday at 1 p.m. in the championship game at Cal Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, Md. To think this is where Williamsport (14-9) would be at this time of year might be a surprise.
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By DANIEL KAUFFMAN | kauffman@herald-mail.com | November 13, 2012
Williamsport's volleyball team advanced to the Maryland Class 2A state final with one of the most dominating performances ever seen at the state tournament on Tuesday night. Stacey Christy had 10 of her 14 kills in the first set, and the Wildcats blew out 2A North champion Loch Raven 25-4, 25-5, 25-7 at the University of Maryland's Ritchie Coliseum. Williamsport will face Calvert (15-1) - a 25-12, 25-14, 25-13 winner over North Caroline in Tuesday's second semifinal - in the Class 2A state final on Monday night at 6. The competitive portion of Tuesday's semifinal ended when Williamsport used 10-0 and 12-0 runs for a 22-1 lead over Loch Raven (11-7)
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by ANDREW MASON | November 8, 2003
andrewm@herald-mail.com ELLICOTT CITY, Md. - In the race to the state championships, the Smithsburg girls soccer team was beaten out of the blocks and unable to make up ground at Howard High School. Loch Raven scored three first-half goals on the way to a 3-0 win over the Leopards in the Maryland Class 1A state semifinals Friday night. "I knew they were going to be good, but that's the fastest team we've seen all year," said Smithsburg coach Bill Fowkes, whose squad has won the last three West region titles and played in the last two state finals.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | November 18, 2002
kauffman@herald-mail.com WILLIAMSPORT - As of Friday night, the checklist for Williamsport's volleyball team looked something like this: Win the Monocacy Valley Athletic League championship - check. Win the Class 1A West regional championship - check. Reach the state championship game for the second straight season - check. Only one square remains to be filled in - the one after "Win the state title for the first time since 1999. " But before Williamsport can make that final checkmark, the Wildcats will have to deal with a hungry Poolesville squad this afternoon at CCBC-Catonsville.
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By ANDREW MASON | November 11, 2005
andrewm@herald-mail.com There's not much of a difference between Maryland's very best Class 2A and 1A distance runners and Washington County's. They might even be one and the same, as the county's swiftest will try to prove Saturday at the Maryland State Cross Country Championships at Hereford High School in Parkton. The Williamsport girls, who've won two of the last three 1A team titles, are aiming to make it three of four. The Clear Spring boys, who equaled their best state finish last year by placing third, want to climb two steps higher on the 1A podium.
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by ANDREW MASON | November 18, 2002
andrewm@herald-mail.com CATONSVILLE, Md. - Apparently the Poolesville girls soccer team doesn't like to share. With Smithsburg seemingly on the verge of adding another piece of the state-title puzzle to its trophy case Friday night at University of Maryland-Baltimore County, the Falcons snatched the whole thing for themselves. Three minutes and 31 seconds into the second sudden-death overtime period, Poolesville's Anna Treado found Erin Moore's corner kick through a sea of players and slipped it just inside the right post to lift the Falcons to a 1-0 victory for their first Maryland Class 1A crown.
NEWS
May 24, 2002
Top 10 Team Standings through Thursday 1A Boys - Oakland Mills 42, Havre De Grace 30, Boonsboro 23, Smithsburg 19, Loch Raven 18, Allegany 14, Rising Sun 13 1/3, Elkton 10 1/3, South Hagerstown, Williamsport and Dunbar 8. 1A Girls - Smithsburg 43, Rising Sun 32, Poolesville 29, Bohemia Manor 18, Williamsport 14, Brunswick 12, Century 10, Elkton 8, Beall and Havre De Grace 6. 2A Boys - Eastern Tech 20, Polytechnic and Middletown 14,...
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By DANIEL KAUFFMAN | kauffman@herald-mail.com | November 13, 2012
Williamsport's volleyball team advanced to the Maryland Class 2A state final with one of the most dominating performances ever seen at the state tournament on Tuesday night. Stacey Christy had 10 of her 14 kills in the first set, and the Wildcats blew out 2A North champion Loch Raven 25-4, 25-5, 25-7 at the University of Maryland's Ritchie Coliseum. Williamsport will face Calvert (15-1) - a 25-12, 25-14, 25-13 winner over North Caroline in Tuesday's second semifinal - in the Class 2A state final on Monday night at 6. The competitive portion of Tuesday's semifinal ended when Williamsport used 10-0 and 12-0 runs for a 22-1 lead over Loch Raven (11-7)
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | May 24, 2012
There's one more game to go for the Williamsport Wildcats baseball team this season, and it will be on the biggest stage. The Wildcats defeated Loch Raven 3-0 on Thursday night in one of two Maryland Class 2A state semifinals at the University of Maryland. Patuxent defeated Patterson Mill 6-1 in the other semifinal and will face Williamsport on Saturday at 1 p.m. in the championship game at Cal Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, Md. To think this is where Williamsport (14-9) would be at this time of year might be a surprise.
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | September 17, 2010
BALTIMORE -- The North Hagerstown football team sent a message early. It came with the impact of church bells at noon with a doorbell thrown in for good measure, but it got the point across all the same. It took all of two plays. Anthony Winter went around left end on North's second snap from scrimmage and ran over a Loch Raven defender en route to a 53-yard touchdown. It was only the beginning of the Hubs' dominating 60-13 victory on Thursday in a game that was all but a formality after the first quarter in a steady rain.
NEWS
By ANDREW MASON | November 11, 2005
andrewm@herald-mail.com There's not much of a difference between Maryland's very best Class 2A and 1A distance runners and Washington County's. They might even be one and the same, as the county's swiftest will try to prove Saturday at the Maryland State Cross Country Championships at Hereford High School in Parkton. The Williamsport girls, who've won two of the last three 1A team titles, are aiming to make it three of four. The Clear Spring boys, who equaled their best state finish last year by placing third, want to climb two steps higher on the 1A podium.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | November 14, 2004
andrewm@herald-mail.com PARKTON, Md. - Loch Raven's straight flush beat Williamsport's pair of aces as the Wildcats' two-year run of the Class 1A girls table ended Saturday at the Maryland State Cross Country Championships. While Clear Spring's Ashley Lockard won the hilly 3-mile race in 20 minutes, 35 seconds, Williamsport's Theresa Ruland (20:49) and Laura Forsythe (21:31) weren't far behind, finishing third and sixth to pace the 'Cats. But by the time Kara Hardy, Williamsport's third runner, crossed the line in 18th place, all five of Loch Raven's scorers already were in the finish chute.
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by ANDREW MASON | November 14, 2003
andrewm@herald-mail.com Having traveled the same road for nearly a quarter-century, Williamsport's Stan Stouffer and Pocomoke's Alan Byrd were bound to meet up eventually. The two longtime, highly successful boys soccer coaches will finally bump heads at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, when the Wildcats and Warriors face off for the first time in the Maryland Class 1A state championship game at University of Maryland-Baltimore County. While they're unfamiliar with each other, this is not unknown territory for either side.
NEWS
by CURT HORNBECKER | November 13, 2003
ESSEX, Md. - OK, so it took the Williamsport volleyball team one game to overcome the jitters - a game in which the passes weren't quite as crisp and the serves not quite as sharp as coach Emily Crabtree would have liked. It was a game in which Williamsport merely dominated Loch Raven. In games 2 and 3, on the other hand, the Wildcats mauled the Raiders, sweeping to a 25-20, 25-12, 25-10 victory in the Maryland Class 1A state semifinals Tuesday at the Community College of Baltimore County at Essex.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | November 8, 2003
andrewm@herald-mail.com ELLICOTT CITY, Md. - In the race to the state championships, the Smithsburg girls soccer team was beaten out of the blocks and unable to make up ground at Howard High School. Loch Raven scored three first-half goals on the way to a 3-0 win over the Leopards in the Maryland Class 1A state semifinals Friday night. "I knew they were going to be good, but that's the fastest team we've seen all year," said Smithsburg coach Bill Fowkes, whose squad has won the last three West region titles and played in the last two state finals.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | September 12, 2003
andrewm@herald-mail.com If Smithsburg's Shannon Fowkes doesn't have another goal or assist the rest of the year, her name would likely still appear on our season-ending points leaderboard. Through Wednesday, the sophomore forward had eight goals and four assists for a whopping 20 points in three games (6.67 ppg), as the Leopards have pounced out to a 3-0 start. Smithsburg - the two-time defending Maryland Class 1A West girls champ - blitzed through the first two rounds of last weekend's Washington County Soccer Tournament, shutting out Williamsport 5-0 and South Hagerstown 6-0, before opening its regular season with a 3-0 win at Walkersville on Monday.
NEWS
by DAN KAUFFMAN | November 18, 2002
kauffman@herald-mail.com WILLIAMSPORT - As of Friday night, the checklist for Williamsport's volleyball team looked something like this: Win the Monocacy Valley Athletic League championship - check. Win the Class 1A West regional championship - check. Reach the state championship game for the second straight season - check. Only one square remains to be filled in - the one after "Win the state title for the first time since 1999. " But before Williamsport can make that final checkmark, the Wildcats will have to deal with a hungry Poolesville squad this afternoon at CCBC-Catonsville.
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