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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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NEWS
by DAN KAUFFMAN | October 29, 2004
kauffman@herald-mail.com If the seeds in the Mid-Penn Conference Class AA tournament hold, James Buchanan coach Erica Piper and Greencastle coach Vicki Ritchey will probably get five more gut-wrenching games between their two teams Saturday. No. 2 James Buchanan and No. 7 Greencastle - the co-champions of the Mid-Penn Capital Division - each have byes into Saturday morning's semifinals at Gettysburg. Should the Rockets and Blue Devils take care of business, they'll resume what has been the most competitive rivalry in the area this season in the championship match.
NEWS
December 2, 2007
Area Results BOYS BASKETBALL Mount Carmel 63, Goretti 52 ST. MARIA GORETTI (1-1) Belella 8, Breslin 18, Duhring 9, Zoretich 4, Berry 10, Engle 2, Murray 1. Totals 20 8-13 52. MOUNT CARMEL (3-0) Wheeler 10, Small 2, Macey 2, McNair 14, King 11, Franklin 22, Franks 2. Totals 24 9-13 63. Goretti 20 11 15 6 - 52 Mount Carmel 17 15 9 22 - 63 3-point goals - Goretti 4 (Belella, Duhring, Breslin 2); Mount Carmel 6 (King 2, Franklin 4). Fouled out - Belella, Breslin.
SPORTS
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.
NEWS
April 27, 2008
PREP SOFTBALL HUMMELSTOWN, Pa. - Taryn Ashway allowed two hits and struck out 13 batters in her eighth shutout of the season as No. 3 Waynesboro topped previously undefeated Lower Dauphin 1-0 at the Lower Dauphin Invitational on Saturday. Amanda Gray's run-scoring triple in the second inning was the difference for the Indians. Lower Dauphin fell to 15-1. Ashway followed up the performance by scattering four hits with 10 strikeouts against State College in a 5-2 win. Ashway also homered in the game, as did Dani Miller to lead the Maidens (12-2)
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.
NEWS
By DAN KAUFFMAN | October 26, 2007
No. 1 Chambersburg and No. 2 Greencastle-Antrim both won Mid-Penn Conference tournament titles and will enter next week's PIAA District 3 playoffs with plenty of momentum. The Trojans (19-1) captured the Mid-Penn Class AAA crown Wednesday, defeating Central Dauphin in four games and Carlisle in three for the title. The Thundering Herd pushed Chambersburg to five games in each of their Mid-Penn Commonwealth matchups earlier this season. "We played really well and blocked really well against Carlisle," Trojans coach Ty Frelin said.
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)
NEWS
by CHRIS CARTER / Staff Correspondent | May 2, 2007
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Waynesboro girls soccer team regularly attempts penalty kicks during practices. And each Maiden who misses is told by head coach Bryan Flickinger to run sprints. It's no surprise that senior Sam Sebald has yet to run a sprint. Sebald went 2-for-2 on penalty kicks Tuesday night and Waynesboro won its 15th straight game, edging rival Greencastle-Antrim 2-1 at Rip Engle Stadium. Sebald sent both shot attempts untouched past Whitney Nave, the Blue Devils' agile goalie.
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