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By Andrea Phillies 8 | May 27, 2011
PREP TRACK & FIELD SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — Chambersburg sophomore Marshay Ryan won the Class AAA girls long jump title with a leap of 18 feet, 7 1/2 inches Friday during Day 1 of the PIAA state championships at Shippensburg University. Abington’s Jordan Matthews was the runner-up at 18-3 1/4. YOUTH BASEBALL Clear Spring Little League Jason Hose Realty Yankees 9, Imagery By Andrea Phillies 8 Yankees: Jeremiah Kehr, Hunter Sisk 2 hits, HR each.
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April 14, 2005
Jefferson High School's Shardal Twyman sails through the air in the long jump Wednesday at the Apple Valley League Track Championships in Berkeley Springs, W.Va.
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May 8, 2007
COLLEGE BASEBALL Shepherd 6, Concord 4 WVIAC Semifinal Concord 002010100-4102 Shepherd 01010004x-6101 McClanahan, Schrudell (8) and Moody. Lipscomb, Reisinger (7), Armentrout (8), Webb (9) and Caplan. WP-Armentrout (5-2). LP-McClanahan (5-6). SV-Webb (1). W. Virginia St. 11, Shepherd 6 WVIAC Championship Shepherd 100002210-6142 W. Va. St. 11121050x-11130 Armentrout, Smith (5), Webb (7), Reisinger (7) and Caplan. Halstead, Ziewicki (7)
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May 31, 1998
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - LaToya Parks claimed two state titles on Saturday, and teammate Roshawnda Parker also got her second to lead the Martinsburg girls to a second-place finish in the Class AAA competition at the State Track & Field Championships. Parkersburg won the title with 80 points. Parks finished first in the 100-meter hurdles in a time of 16.55 seconds, and took the long jump with a distance of 16 feet, 1/2 inch. Parker, who claimed the discus title Friday, took the shot with a throw of 39-4, edging Brandi Helmick of Jefferson (38-8 1/2)
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By DAN KULIN /Staff Writer | May 6, 2000
Carrying in the torch to launch the 27th annual Washington County Special Olympic Games was "cool" for Jonathan Martin, but he said the games are much more. "The Special Olympics is a training-for-life thing," said Martin, while waiting to compete in the long jump, shot put and 100-meter dash. "It's a good place to be and it helps keep me active. When I'm 30 or 40, I'll still be in good shape," he said. Martin, 28, was one of 65 athletes competing Saturday at the Athletic Recreation & Community Center at Hagerstown Community College.
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May 11, 2009
35th Annual Jr. Olympics at BOONSBORO 4th Grade Boys 50 -- 1. Myles Nicholson (Salem Avenue) 7.62; 2. Devonte Redman (Eastern); 3. Ben Stottlemyer (Paramount). 100 -- 1. Nicholson (Salem) 14.16; 2. Redman (Eastern); 3. Desmar Wilson (Eastern). 200 -- 1. Dominique Smith (Salem) 33.71; 2. Jake Arnone (Williamsport); 3. Mizayah Norris (Salem). 400 -- 1. Elijah Dozier (Lincolnshire) 1:23.6; 2. Evan Izer (Maugansville), 3. Hoyt Chaney (Maugansville). 800 -- 1. Cameron McClellan (Boonsboro)
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June 7, 2005
YOUTH LEAGUES Hancock Little League Pirates 9, Nationals 3 Pirates: Brandon Wertz 3 hits; Tanner Faith 2 hits; Wertz, Seth Hall combined 10 Ks. Nationals: Chad Sipe, Nick Tosten 2 hits each. Wash. County Girls Softball Middle School Playoffs Reliable 11 Larry Allen Photo 6 Reliable: Emily Steiner, Katie Forsythe 2 RBI each; Caroline Rosenthal, Alex Penn combined 3-hitter. Reliable 5, FOP 3 Reliable: Katie Cronsie HR, 3 RBI; Tracey Artz; Alex Penn 2 hits; Caroline Rosenthal, Emily Steiner combined 3-hitter, 8 Ks. Capital Builders 6, Reliable 5 Reliable: Katie Forsythe, Caroline Rosenthal 2 RBI each; Rosenthal, Emily Steiner combined 4-hitter, 6 Ks. Thunder PONY softball The Frederick Heartbreakers finished second to the MVSA Storm in the 18U division of the Thunder PONY Qualifier tournament over the weekend, while the Tri-State Thunder finished fourth.
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July 31, 2012
Tuesday, July 31, 2012 * YOUTH TRACK USATF Junior Olympics BALTIMORE - Two members of the Mountain Express Track Club earned All-American status at the USATF Junior Olympics at Morgan State University over the weekend. Jordyn Morris placed second out of 33 competitors in the midget girls pentathlon, scoring 2,782 points, and finished fourth out of 56 competitors in the 80-meter hurdles in 12.75 seconds. James Searcy was fifth out of 40 competitors in the midget boys high jump, clearing 4 feet, 9 inches.
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By Andrea Phillies 8 | May 27, 2011
PREP TRACK & FIELD SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — Chambersburg sophomore Marshay Ryan won the Class AAA girls long jump title with a leap of 18 feet, 7 1/2 inches Friday during Day 1 of the PIAA state championships at Shippensburg University. Abington’s Jordan Matthews was the runner-up at 18-3 1/4. YOUTH BASEBALL Clear Spring Little League Jason Hose Realty Yankees 9, Imagery By Andrea Phillies 8 Yankees: Jeremiah Kehr, Hunter Sisk 2 hits, HR each.
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July 22, 2009
ADULT BASEBALL SMITHSBURG -- The Brunswick Orioles had a 7-3 lead on the Hagerstown Braves on Tuesday night when Game 4 of their Blue Ridge Adult League semifinal series was suspended due to darkness in the top of the sixth inning. The game will be completed today at 6:15 p.m. The Orioles lead the best-of-5 series, 2-1. Earlier Tuesday, Hagerstown beat Brunswick 12-9 in the completion of Monday's suspended Game 3. If the Orioles win this evening, they advance to the finals.
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May 11, 2009
35th Annual Jr. Olympics at BOONSBORO 4th Grade Boys 50 -- 1. Myles Nicholson (Salem Avenue) 7.62; 2. Devonte Redman (Eastern); 3. Ben Stottlemyer (Paramount). 100 -- 1. Nicholson (Salem) 14.16; 2. Redman (Eastern); 3. Desmar Wilson (Eastern). 200 -- 1. Dominique Smith (Salem) 33.71; 2. Jake Arnone (Williamsport); 3. Mizayah Norris (Salem). 400 -- 1. Elijah Dozier (Lincolnshire) 1:23.6; 2. Evan Izer (Maugansville), 3. Hoyt Chaney (Maugansville). 800 -- 1. Cameron McClellan (Boonsboro)
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By ANDREW MASON | June 27, 2008
Tone Belt said all work and no play has not made him a dull boy. The 2005 Berkeley Springs High School graduate, who starred in three sports for the Indians, will get to show just how sharp he is this weekend at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials in Eugene, Ore. Belt is seeded 13th out of 24 competitors in the men's long jump. The top 12 from tonight's preliminary round advance to Sunday's final. "I've got a lot of energy," said Belt, who redshirted both the indoor and outdoor track seasons this year at the University of Louisville as he recovered from a knee injury.
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May 8, 2007
COLLEGE BASEBALL Shepherd 6, Concord 4 WVIAC Semifinal Concord 002010100-4102 Shepherd 01010004x-6101 McClanahan, Schrudell (8) and Moody. Lipscomb, Reisinger (7), Armentrout (8), Webb (9) and Caplan. WP-Armentrout (5-2). LP-McClanahan (5-6). SV-Webb (1). W. Virginia St. 11, Shepherd 6 WVIAC Championship Shepherd 100002210-6142 W. Va. St. 11121050x-11130 Armentrout, Smith (5), Webb (7), Reisinger (7) and Caplan. Halstead, Ziewicki (7)
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