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December 15, 2008
Looking for a lasting gift to give this Christmas? Do you have a Boonsboro High School alumni football player in your family? Why not consider donating $50 in his name to the Stadium Addition Project at Boonsboro High School. This one-time donation will help fund the addition of stadium locker rooms and is tax-deductible. His name will also honor the three football coaches who have guided the program since 1959: Dwight Scott, Don Lewis and Clayton Anders. All players' names will be permanently displayed on the locker room plaque mounted on the stadium locker rooms.
NEWS
By MARK KELLER | September 5, 2008
To talk to South Hagerstown's John Moser off the football field, one would find it difficult to picture him as an inside linebacker. Relatively soft spoken, polite and often showing a wide smile, Moser doesn't immediately call Dick Butkus or Mike Singletary to mind. However, put Moser on the field and he plays inside linebacker the way any football coach would expect: With intensity and ferocity. "John's not that rah-rah, Ray Lewis-type of linebacker," South coach Greg Kellick said.
NEWS
January 30, 2007
Cara Jordan Smithsburg Basketball Senior What do you like best about your sport? "Working as a team. " Toughest individual opponent you have faced? Jerica Hewett Other sports? Soccer, Softball Pregame rituals? "Dancing in the locker room. " Besides your parents, the most influential person in your life? "My grandma is a very hard working person and I admire that. " Favorite professional team? New York Yankees Favorite book?
NEWS
February 19, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- A misdemeanor battery charge filed against a Berkeley County physical education teacher after an alleged locker room altercation with a Martinsburg North Middle School student last fall has been dismissed. The student and his guardian signed a formal request Wednesday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court asking the state to dismiss the charge against Richard B. Moore, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Stephanie Saunders said. School administrators have not yet discussed Moore's employment status since the charge was dismissed, school district spokeswoman Jaimee Borger said.
NEWS
By BRENDAN KIRBY | October 29, 1998
Editor's note : This is the 10th in a series of stories about candidates for Washington County Commissioner. Shortly after becoming The Morning Herald's first woman sportswriter in 1975, Sue Tuckwell faced a problem that reporters from the newspaper had not encountered before. Assigned to cover a men's basketball game at the University of Maryland, Tuckwell was unable to go into the locker room for post-game interviews. So Tuckwell, who is running for Washington County Commissioner, got a radio reporter to ask her questions for her. When he returned, she took the tape recorder to the press room and transcribed the tape before filing her story.
NEWS
by CHRIS CARTER | March 10, 2004
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - After a lackluster first half, the only thing the Hedgesville boys basketball team was looking forward to was the locker room. Once the Eagles left the locker room to start the second half, there was no looking back. The Eagles intensified their defense and spread out their offense and pulled away for a 56-43 victory over Hampshire to win the West Virginia Class AAA Region II final at Shepherd College and a spot in the state tournament next week in Charleston.
NEWS
March 7, 2007
Political correctness stifles real discussion of important issues To the editor: First of all, I'd like to thank David Gysberts for writing a response (March 4) to one of my letters that was thoughtful, cogent and civil. In the public square of ideas this is as it should be. I would like to address a couple of his assertions, though, that I believe are over-generalizations and red herrings. To begin, I did indeed argue that it is natural for a heterosexual man to feel a bit uncomfortable in a locker room situation with a gay man; I stand by that statement.
NEWS
August 24, 2010
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan met with Albert Haynesworth on Monday and kept the conversation to himself, saying it's "completely ridiculous" to keep talking about it publicly. "If you guys want to talk about football, we'll talk about football," Shanahan said. "But to keep on talking about things outside of football to me is completely ridiculous. I did have a conversation with him. If you want to talk about football, we'll talk about football. " So Shanahan gave no response to the strong words uttered by the disgruntled nose tackle following Saturday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
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By ROXANN MILLER | roxann.miller@herald-mail.com | January 2, 2011
With the new year comes a new beginning for the beleaguered James Buchanan High School swimming pool following the completion of renovations to its locker room. More than a dozen volunteers rolled up their sleeves to install state-of-the-art plastic lockers on Dec. 27, ending years of pool problems that started with state officials shutting down the deteriorating locker rooms two years ago. In February 2008, the boys and girls pool locker rooms were condemned by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
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NEWS
August 24, 2010
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan met with Albert Haynesworth on Monday and kept the conversation to himself, saying it's "completely ridiculous" to keep talking about it publicly. "If you guys want to talk about football, we'll talk about football," Shanahan said. "But to keep on talking about things outside of football to me is completely ridiculous. I did have a conversation with him. If you want to talk about football, we'll talk about football. " So Shanahan gave no response to the strong words uttered by the disgruntled nose tackle following Saturday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
NEWS
February 19, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- A misdemeanor battery charge filed against a Berkeley County physical education teacher after an alleged locker room altercation with a Martinsburg North Middle School student last fall has been dismissed. The student and his guardian signed a formal request Wednesday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court asking the state to dismiss the charge against Richard B. Moore, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Stephanie Saunders said. School administrators have not yet discussed Moore's employment status since the charge was dismissed, school district spokeswoman Jaimee Borger said.
NEWS
December 15, 2008
Looking for a lasting gift to give this Christmas? Do you have a Boonsboro High School alumni football player in your family? Why not consider donating $50 in his name to the Stadium Addition Project at Boonsboro High School. This one-time donation will help fund the addition of stadium locker rooms and is tax-deductible. His name will also honor the three football coaches who have guided the program since 1959: Dwight Scott, Don Lewis and Clayton Anders. All players' names will be permanently displayed on the locker room plaque mounted on the stadium locker rooms.
NEWS
By MARK KELLER | September 5, 2008
To talk to South Hagerstown's John Moser off the football field, one would find it difficult to picture him as an inside linebacker. Relatively soft spoken, polite and often showing a wide smile, Moser doesn't immediately call Dick Butkus or Mike Singletary to mind. However, put Moser on the field and he plays inside linebacker the way any football coach would expect: With intensity and ferocity. "John's not that rah-rah, Ray Lewis-type of linebacker," South coach Greg Kellick said.
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | February 22, 2008
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - The Shepherd University women's basketball team had a definite battle plan on Thursday. The Rams called in the guards and claimed total victory over Fairmont State. The reward? Not one, but three celebrations. Shepherd's backcourt totally outclassed Fairmont - forcing the Falcons into 21 turnovers, including 14 off steals - to knock off Division II's No. 25 team and claim the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference's regular season title with a 79-66 victory at the Butcher Center.
NEWS
By CHRIS CARTER | February 15, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Halftime was gutcheck time for the Greencastle-Antrim boys basketball team. Assistant coach Jeremy Eby supplied the punch. Greencastle trailed Manheim Central 33-28 at the break when Eby delivered a motivational speech that the Blue Devils took to their heads and hearts. They broke through in the second half and pulled away for a 62-49 victory to advance to the PIAA District 3-AAA quarterfinals. The Blue Devils will face Eastern York tonight at 7:30 at Cumberland Valley.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | June 26, 2007
MERCERSBURG, Pa. - The James Buchanan High School building committee's list of facility needs was presented Monday, with priorities identified as the brown water, pool, and heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. The report included a "virtual tour" of the 35-year-old building, with color pictures showing rusted pipes, a sunken floor and crumbling concrete. The school board is in the midst of figuring out if and how it can afford to renovate the high school. It formed the 16-member committee of staff, parents, board members and students as an initial step.
NEWS
March 13, 2007
Sarah Risinger Berkeley Springs Basketball Senior What do you like best about your sport? "I get to be around my teammates. We have a good time together. " Your greatest accomplishment in your sport? "Making varsity my sophomore year even though I didn't get to play a lot. " Toughest team you have faced? "Frankfort since we can never seem to beat them. " Other sports? Volleyball, Softball Other activities in school you are involved in?
NEWS
March 7, 2007
Political correctness stifles real discussion of important issues To the editor: First of all, I'd like to thank David Gysberts for writing a response (March 4) to one of my letters that was thoughtful, cogent and civil. In the public square of ideas this is as it should be. I would like to address a couple of his assertions, though, that I believe are over-generalizations and red herrings. To begin, I did indeed argue that it is natural for a heterosexual man to feel a bit uncomfortable in a locker room situation with a gay man; I stand by that statement.
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