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By CHRIS CARTER | December 3, 2005
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Chambersburg girls basketball team was doing all the right things on defense - hustling to the ball and forcing turnovers. That strong defensive showing kept the Trojans in the game long enough for their offense to kick in midway through the third quarter, when the Trojans broke loose to down Lower Dauphin 51-30 Friday night. Chambersburg (1-0) was held scoreless during the first half of the third quarter and trailed 22-20 before Trojans coach Brad Rideout called a timeout with four minutes to go in the period.
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By Chris Carter | May 28, 2008
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. - The idea of losing in the Pennsylvania District 3-AAAA semifinals never entered Waynesboro pitcher Taryn Ashway's head. She made sure Tuesday that the reality of it never loomed. Ashway pitched a three-hitter with 12 strikeouts as the Maidens topped Central York 3-0 to advance to the district championship game for the first time in school history. Waynesboro (23-2) will play Lower Dauphin in the district final Thursday. The time and venue are to be determined.
NEWS
May 25, 2007
PREP SOFTBALL MECHANICSBURG, Pa. - The Greencastle softball season came to an end on Thursday with a tough 1-0 loss to Susquehannock as the Blue Devils could collect only two hits off Warriors ace Megan Sheaf in a PIAA District 3-AAA quarterfinal game. Rochelle Christman and Roxanne DeWalt had the only hits for Greencastle (19-5) and Sarah Signore allowed only three hits while striking out eight, raising her career strikeout total to 716. Susquehannock scored its only run in the fourth inning while Greencastle failed to score twice with the leadoff hitter reaching base and another when a runner reached third with two outs.
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By ANDREW MASON | May 30, 2008
NEWVILLE, Pa. - When it counted the most, the Lower Dauphin softball team finally found a way to beat Waynesboro. Lauren Alcorn pitched a one-hitter with 14 strikeouts and Katie Costik hit a two-out RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Falcons won the PIAA District 3-AAAA championship game for the second straight year, beating the Maidens 1-0 Thursday evening. The third time proved to be the charm for Alcorn (22-2) and the Falcons (23-2), whose only two losses this season came against Waynesboro (23-3)
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By CURT HORNBECKER | September 5, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Call it a learning process for the Chambersburg football team. Clinging to an 11-point lead after three quarters, the Trojans all but disintegrated - giving up 29 unanswered points in the final 12 minutes - to drop a 36-18 decision to Lower Dauphin in nonleague play Friday night. "When the wheels fell off, they fell off," said Chambersburg coach Dave Carruthers. "At least the kids got a taste of it. Because we haven't won much, the kids don't know what it takes to play four quarters.
NEWS
February 17, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL COLONIAL PARK, Pa. - Jonathan Motichka's two free throws with 4.1 seconds left gave Chambersburg a 50-48 victory over Lower Dauphin Wednesday in the first round of the PIAA District 3 Class AAAA playoffs. The Trojans (17-7), the 11th seed in the district, trailed by as many as 15 points in the second quarter before rallying against Lower Dauphin (20-6), the sixth seed. Motichka's basket with 1:09 left gave Chambersburg a 48-46 lead. Lower Dauphin tied it on Mike Dell's two free throws with 56 seconds remaining on the play in which Colby Nitterhouse fouled out. Nitterhouse had all five of his points in the fourth quarter.
NEWS
January 31, 2002
Roundup - HCC loses to Prince George's WOMEN'S HOOPS LARGO, Md. - Maggie Robinson had 23 points, but Hagerstown Community College dropped a 73-69 decision to Prince George's in a Maryland JuCo Conference game on Wednesday. HCC (69) Gantt 2, Mason 9, Blevins 8, Pulieri 2, Taylor 2, Robinson 23, Whipp 2, Curley 8, Myers 3, Parson 2, Fowlkes 8. Totals: 25 15-26 69. PGCC (73) Davis 19, Mascetti 12, Brown 13, McClain 9, Delrey 1, Harris 9, Maddox 10 Totals: 27 15-21 73. Halftime - Prince George's 35-31.
NEWS
October 7, 2009
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Becca Morgan had 15 kills and Sara Michael had 14 assists and five kills to pace Hagerstown Community College to a 25-13, 25-9, 25-10 Maryland JuCo Conference sweep of Howard on Wednesday. Ashlyn Rebok had 13 assists, Hailee Growden had seven digs and Emma Dalton had five service aces for the Hawks (18-3, 8-0). MEN'S BASKETBALL Mency gets preseason honor NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. -- Merrimack College junior Dee Mency, a Hagerstown native, has been named to The Sporting News' NCAA Division II Preseason All-American squad as an honorable mention.
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May 21, 2012
Monday, May 21, 2012 GIRLS SOCCER CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Stephanie O'Brien had a goal and an assist and goalkeeper Rachel Clarke scored on a corner kick to lead Heritage Academy past Calvary Christian in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference tournament championship game at Cumberland Valley Christian. Clarke made eight saves in recording the shutout for the Eagles (9-4-2). O'Brien was selected Most Valuable Player, while Clarke, Sarah Culver, Nicole Gaylor and Kathleen Kidd were named to the all-tournament team for Heritage, which beat the top two seeds to win the tourney title.
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SPORTS
May 9, 2012
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 PREP BASEBALL Lower Dauphin 5, Chambersburg 3 CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Jason Lombardozzi had three hits for Chambersburg in a loss to Lower Dauphin. Nick Graham hit a two-run double to highlight a three-run third inning for the Trojans (10-8). Lower Dauphin    002    001    2    -     5    7    1 Chambersburg    003    000    0    -     3    7    3 Korbath and Stafford.
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May 20, 2010
PREP SOFTBALL FROSTBURG, Md. -- Breanne Lohman and Haley Payne each homered for Boonsboro in a 9-2 Maryland Class 1A West quarterfinal loss to third-seeded Mountain Ridge on Wednesday. Kayla Payne had two hits for the Warriors, who finished the season 10-10. Boonsboro 010 100 0 -- 2 6 2 Mountain Ridge 061 011 X -- 9 9 1 Long, H. Payne (2) and Griffith. Lewis and Hewellyn. WP -- Lewis. LP -- Long (7-7). HR -- B: Lohman (2nd, none on); H. Payne (4th, none on)
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October 22, 2009
South Hagerstown Rebels (1-6) at Boonsboro Warriors (4-3) When: Today, 7 p.m. Series: Boonsboro leads, 13-6. Last meeting: 2006 -- Boonsboro, 41-8. Last week: The Rebels lost to Walkersville, 50-0; The Warriors beat Berkeley Springs, 36-0. Next week: Boonsboro at North Hagerstown; Frederick at South Hagerstown. Central Dauphin Rams (5-2) at Chambersburg Trojans (4-3) When: Today, 7 p.m. Last meeting: 2008 -- Central Dauphin, 44-6.
NEWS
October 19, 2009
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Shepherd University return man Deante Steele tied an NCAA career record Saturday to earn WVIAC special teams player of the week for third time this season. Steele ran back his 10th career kick return for a touchdown in the Rams' 31-30 loss to West Liberty. The 86-yard kickoff return equaled the conference and NCAA Division II record, held by three other players, including former Shepherd star James Rooths. He also had nine tackles and two pass breakups as a defensive back.
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October 7, 2009
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Becca Morgan had 15 kills and Sara Michael had 14 assists and five kills to pace Hagerstown Community College to a 25-13, 25-9, 25-10 Maryland JuCo Conference sweep of Howard on Wednesday. Ashlyn Rebok had 13 assists, Hailee Growden had seven digs and Emma Dalton had five service aces for the Hawks (18-3, 8-0). MEN'S BASKETBALL Mency gets preseason honor NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. -- Merrimack College junior Dee Mency, a Hagerstown native, has been named to The Sporting News' NCAA Division II Preseason All-American squad as an honorable mention.
NEWS
By CHRISTIAN WORSTELL/Staff Correspondent | May 30, 2009
ANNVILLE, Pa. -- Waynesboro softball coach Doug Stuart was searching for an answer that just wasn't there. "Not too many teams get to play for a district championship two years in a row. Unfortunately, we haven't figured out how to score a run in the championship game," Stuart said. A pair of fifth-inning runs gave the 11th-seeded Governor Mifflin Mustangs a 2-0 victory and its first District 3 Class AAAA title in school history on Friday at Lebanon Valley College. It also marked the second straight year the Maidens have come up scoreless in the championship game, having lost 1-0 to Lower Dauphin a year ago. "It feels fantastic to be the first team in school history (to win a title)
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By CURT HORNBECKER | September 5, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Call it a learning process for the Chambersburg football team. Clinging to an 11-point lead after three quarters, the Trojans all but disintegrated - giving up 29 unanswered points in the final 12 minutes - to drop a 36-18 decision to Lower Dauphin in nonleague play Friday night. "When the wheels fell off, they fell off," said Chambersburg coach Dave Carruthers. "At least the kids got a taste of it. Because we haven't won much, the kids don't know what it takes to play four quarters.
NEWS
June 1, 2008
It's been a season of firsts for Waynesboro's softball team, and another one will happen Monday. The Maidens (23-3) -- who already have earned the first Mid-Penn Conference title and first trip to the PIAA District 3-AAAA championship game in school history this season -- will play their first-ever state tournament game against Delaware Valley at Mid Valley High School in Throop, Pa., at 4 p.m. "It has been just a great season, and for...
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By ANDREW MASON | May 30, 2008
NEWVILLE, Pa. - When it counted the most, the Lower Dauphin softball team finally found a way to beat Waynesboro. Lauren Alcorn pitched a one-hitter with 14 strikeouts and Katie Costik hit a two-out RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Falcons won the PIAA District 3-AAAA championship game for the second straight year, beating the Maidens 1-0 Thursday evening. The third time proved to be the charm for Alcorn (22-2) and the Falcons (23-2), whose only two losses this season came against Waynesboro (23-3)
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