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NEWS
August 25, 2010
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- If Albert Haynesworth can use air quotes to describe his injury, so can Donovan McNabb. The Washington Redskins quarterback poked a little fun at the disgruntled defensive tackle Wednesday. McNabb twice mimicked Haynesworth while talking about the sprained left ankle that will keep him out of Friday's game against the New York Jets. "They told me it was just a 'sprain,"' said McNabb, slowing down to emphasize the word while holding fingers in the air to simulate quotation marks.
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SPORTS
April 12, 2012
Chris Kelly scored on a long slap shot 1:18 into overtime and the defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins beat the Washington Capitals 1-0 Thursday night in the opener of their first-round playoff series. Braden Holtby made 29 saves for the Capitals. Tim Thomas stopped all 17 shots he faced for Boston. The game was physical and scoreless until Thomas turned back a Washington attack early in the extra period. Brian Rolston dropped it for Benoit Pouliot to clear the zone and he pushed it up to Kelly, who slapped it over Holtby's glove for the game-winner.
NEWS
BY DAN SPEARS | March 5, 2002
SMITHSBURG - Off the court, the Smithsburg girls basketball team acts like it's at a slumber party gone haywire: constant chattering, gossiping, laughing out loud, playfully pushing each other around. "We all get along real well," senior guard Eariel Gholson said. "Sure, everybody has their days, but we're good. And they always make fun of me. " Just stay away from the pillowfights. On the court, the Leopards are a take-no-prisoners bunch who haven't backed down from anyone on their way to a berth in Friday's Class 1A state semifinals at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
NEWS
by Jack HILL III / Staff Correspondent | January 6, 2007
All things being equal, Friday's girls basketball game between Clear Spring and South Hagerstown could have been much closer. The Blazers and Rebels did end up equal in the field goal column, as each team made 13 buckets from the floor. But from the free-throw line, it wasn't even close. The Blazers made a modest 57 percent (17 of 30) from the foul line, a figure that dwarfed South's 25 percent (4 of 16) as Clear Spring beat the Rebels 43-30 in an MVAL Antietam game. "We have really been working on foul shots in practice," Clear Spring coach Erin Wadel said.
NEWS
January 16, 2002
Hancock finally gets better of Clear Spring By BILL STERNER / Staff Correspondent CLEAR SPRING - For the Clear Spring boys basketball team Tuesday night, bigger wasn't neccessarily better in its game against rival Hancock. The Panthers combined a balanced zone defense with an aggressive press-breaking offense in the second half to win western Washington County's version of the "Backyard Brawl" 70-65 before a packed house at Clear Spring. Hancock (5-5)
NEWS
January 25, 2001
Smithsburg pulls away from North By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent When the Smithsburg girls basketball team was looking for some help on Wednesday night, it was a pair of 5-foot-2 guards that came to the rescue. Senior LaNitra Higgins and junior Jenelle Stouffer sparked the Leopards during a hot spell in the third quarter to help them beat the North Hagerstown Hubs 60-40 in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League game. Higgins scored eight points and Stouffer added six points on a pair of 3-pointers during the third quarter to help the Leopards outscore the Hubs 20-6 in the period to build a 45-29 advantage.
SPORTS
By BRETT NIEVES | Staff Correspondent | January 31, 2012
Williamsport coach Chris Malott said he couldn't be happier after Tuesday's 45-36 win over host North Hagerstown in an MVAL Antietam upset. The Wildcats displayed a lot of balance in their victory. The bench contributed just as much as the starters, the offense executed plays and the defense made the necessary stops. “We put four good quarters together tonight,” Malott said. “It was a total team effort.” Williamsport (7-10, 3-8) set the tone early, as four different players - Casey Arnone, Stacey Christy, Caroline Strite and Erin Palmer - combined to score the Wildcats' 10 first-quarter points.
NEWS
by DAN DEARTH | May 29, 2007
TRI-STATE - Area swimming pools reported that ticket sales were pretty average over Memorial Day weekend. Dawn Peters, manager at Potterfield Pool in Hagerstown, said 840 people had passed through the gate Monday as of 5:15 p.m. - 45 minutes before closing. "It was about the same (as last year)," she said. "It started out slow. I guess at 1:30 (p.m.), everybody started coming in. The pool opened at noon, she said. As temperatures reached the mid-80s, children splashed in the pool and played water basketball on hoops along the sides.
NEWS
January 21, 1997
By JACK HILL III Staff Correspondent On paper, it was supposed to be a competitive Maryland JuCo Conference women's basketball game. Instead, Hagerstown Junior College turned it into a blowout, running away with an 86-44 victory over Anne Arundel Community College Monday night at the HJC athletic complex. Freshman guard Toni DeStefano helped the Hawks set the tone early, scoring 14 points as HJC (10-6, 6-1) took a 25-14 lead 131/2 minutes into the game. Towards the end of the first half, sophomore forward Heather Aleshire scored seven straight points as HJC stretched its lead to 34-16 with 3:03 remaining.
NEWS
By LARRY YANOS | January 24, 2008
HANCOCK - South Hagerstown boys basketball coach Kevin Naylor received the perfect birthday gift Wednesday night - a victory. The Rebels (5-9) raced to leads of 21-6 and 37-20 in the first two quarters and defeated Hancock (6-8) for the second time this season, 71-59. Senior guard Steve Burnett scored 27 points, including three 3-point baskets, and teammates Alvin Roberson and Shane Santell added 17 and 13 points. South jumped to a 21-6 first-period advantage and never looked back.
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