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By WILL ROBINSON | will.robinson@herald-mail.com | December 29, 2012
It was déjà vu all over again at the Leopard Holiday Invitational on Saturday, as Springbrook, Milford Mill and Smithsburg took the top three places in a repeat of last year's tournament results. Smithsburg finished third with 202 1/2 points, led by its three individual champions - Dalton Condo (170), Travis Leopold (195) and Saul Herrera (285). To wrap up their titles, Condo earned an 11-3 major decision over Baltimore Polytechnic's Corey Jones, Herrera defeated Rayem Ali of Springbrook 4-2 and Leopold defeated Deven Fensenfeld of Milford Mill 6-3. “I've always been highly active in sports, so that's how I feel when I'm here.
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March 10, 1997
Maryland Rankings BALTIMORE (AP) - The Maryland Associated Press high school basketball state rankings, as compiled by Sheldon Shealer, sports editor of The Morning Herald, with cooperation from high school sports reporters from around the state. Boys' Basketball Overall Top 20 1. St. John's-Prospect Hall (25-1); 2. Southwestern (25-0); 3. St. Frances (30-6); 4. Calvert Hall (26-6); 5. Thomas Johnson (20-5); 6. DeMatha (25-6); 7. St. Vincent Pallotti (26-5)
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February 10, 1997
Maryland State Girls' Basketball BALTIMORE (AP) - The Maryland Associated Press high school basketball state rankings, as compiled by Sheldon Shealer, sports editor of The Morning Herald, with cooperation from high school sports reporters from around the state. Girls' Basketball Overall Top 20 1. Linganore (18-0); 2. Elizabeth Seton (19-2); 3. St. John's-Prospect Hall (22-3); 4. Largo (17-1); 5. Mercy (16-2); 6. St. Mary's (15-4); 7. Seton Keough (17-2)
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March 17, 1997
BALTIMORE (AP) - The Maryland Associated Press high school basketball final state rankings, as compiled by The (Hagerstown) Herald-Mail, with cooperation from high school sports reporters from around the state. Boys' Basketball Overall Top 20: 1. St. John's-Prospect Hall (25-1); 2. Southwestern (27-0); 3. St. Frances (30-6); 4. Calvert Hall (26-6); 5. Thomas Johnson (22-5); 6. DeMatha (25-6); 7. St. Vincent Pallotti (26-5); 8. Newport School (31-4); 9. Lake Clifton (19-5)
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by TIM KOELBLE | March 28, 2003
koelble@herald-mail.com When the NCAA Men's Division II Tournament unfolds at noon today, there will be a Washington County presence on the sidelines. Smithsburg's Jeff Harshman is an assistant coach for the resurgent Bowie State University program, which claimed the South Atlantic Regional championship to gain entry into the eight-team finals field in Lakeland, Fla. Bowie State opens the tournament with a noon tipoff against UMass-Lowell (28-4) and hopes to reach the championship at 1 p.m. Saturday.
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By WILL ROBINSON | Staff Correspondent | December 30, 2011
Though Springbrook ran away with the  Leopard Holiday Invitational tournament team championship with 253 1/2 points on Friday, both Smithsburg and South Hagerstown had strong showings. Smithsburg improved from seventh place last year to third place this year with 130 points, and South improved from eighth last year to fifth this year with 120 points. Smithsburg's lone champion was Chase Scott in the 160-pound weight class. He pinned South first-year wrestler Michael King in 3:55 to improve to 15-0 on the season.
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December 31, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL Allegany 88, North 69 ALLEGANY (6-0) Vinson 11 16-17 38, Wharton 2 0-0 4, Scaletta 1 1-2 3, Paige 6 3-4 17, Pande 1 3-4 5, hansel 2 1-1 5, Latimer 6 0-0 15, Haller 0 1-2 1. Totals 26 25-29 88. NORTH HAGERSTOWN (3-2) Kreiger 2 0-0 4, Rodriguez 2 2-2 7, Hamms 6 3-4 15, Baymon 5 0-0 11, Wheeler 1 0-0 2, Mency 8 5-5 21, Wilson 3 3-4 9. Totals 27 13-15 69. Allegany 20 21 29 18 - 88 North 17 21 13 18 - 69 3-point goals - Allegany 3 (Page 2, Latimer)
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October 30, 2005
PREP FOOTBALL Catoctin 14, South 0 Catoctin 8060-14 South 0000-0 C- Wyatt Baseley 4 run (Mike Lovejoy run) C - D.J. Doyle 13 run (pass failed) CatSH First downs1313 Rushes-yards40-25241-93 Yards passing6550 Comp-Att-Int4-12-14-14-1 Total yards52-31755-143 Fumbles-lost6-33-1 Punts-avg1-314-35.5 Penalties-yards6-353-20 Records: Catoctin 6-2, 4-1; South 1-7, 1-4. Waynesboro 34, Scotland 27 Waynesboro71476-34 Scotland07128-27 W - Mike McKenzie 1 run (Zack Settlage kick)
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By WILL ROBINSON | will.robinson@herald-mail.com | December 29, 2012
It was déjà vu all over again at the Leopard Holiday Invitational on Saturday, as Springbrook, Milford Mill and Smithsburg took the top three places in a repeat of last year's tournament results. Smithsburg finished third with 202 1/2 points, led by its three individual champions - Dalton Condo (170), Travis Leopold (195) and Saul Herrera (285). To wrap up their titles, Condo earned an 11-3 major decision over Baltimore Polytechnic's Corey Jones, Herrera defeated Rayem Ali of Springbrook 4-2 and Leopold defeated Deven Fensenfeld of Milford Mill 6-3. “I've always been highly active in sports, so that's how I feel when I'm here.
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By WILL ROBINSON | Staff Correspondent | December 30, 2011
Though Springbrook ran away with the  Leopard Holiday Invitational tournament team championship with 253 1/2 points on Friday, both Smithsburg and South Hagerstown had strong showings. Smithsburg improved from seventh place last year to third place this year with 130 points, and South improved from eighth last year to fifth this year with 120 points. Smithsburg's lone champion was Chase Scott in the 160-pound weight class. He pinned South first-year wrestler Michael King in 3:55 to improve to 15-0 on the season.
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December 30, 2007
BOYS BASKETBALL Walkersville 71, St. Maria Goretti 59 ST. MARIA GORETTI (5-5) Belella 4, Duhring 15, Murray 4, Gaillard 5, Breslin 29, Engle 2. Totals 22 11-12 59. WALKERSVILLE (5-2) Abercrombie 4, Morris 11, Harris 10, Butt 6, Brown 17, Dickson 23. Totals 20 29-36 71. St. Maria Goretti 18 5 10 26 - 59 Walkersville 16 13 16 26 - 71 3-point goals - St. Maria Goretti 4 (Breslin 2, Duhring, Gaillard 1); Walkersville 2 (Brown). Late Friday Shalom Christian 51, Forbes Road 44 SHALOM CHRISTIAN (7-2)
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October 30, 2005
PREP FOOTBALL Catoctin 14, South 0 Catoctin 8060-14 South 0000-0 C- Wyatt Baseley 4 run (Mike Lovejoy run) C - D.J. Doyle 13 run (pass failed) CatSH First downs1313 Rushes-yards40-25241-93 Yards passing6550 Comp-Att-Int4-12-14-14-1 Total yards52-31755-143 Fumbles-lost6-33-1 Punts-avg1-314-35.5 Penalties-yards6-353-20 Records: Catoctin 6-2, 4-1; South 1-7, 1-4. Waynesboro 34, Scotland 27 Waynesboro71476-34 Scotland07128-27 W - Mike McKenzie 1 run (Zack Settlage kick)
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by TIM KOELBLE | March 28, 2003
koelble@herald-mail.com When the NCAA Men's Division II Tournament unfolds at noon today, there will be a Washington County presence on the sidelines. Smithsburg's Jeff Harshman is an assistant coach for the resurgent Bowie State University program, which claimed the South Atlantic Regional championship to gain entry into the eight-team finals field in Lakeland, Fla. Bowie State opens the tournament with a noon tipoff against UMass-Lowell (28-4) and hopes to reach the championship at 1 p.m. Saturday.
NEWS
March 17, 1997
BALTIMORE (AP) - The Maryland Associated Press high school basketball final state rankings, as compiled by The (Hagerstown) Herald-Mail, with cooperation from high school sports reporters from around the state. Boys' Basketball Overall Top 20: 1. St. John's-Prospect Hall (25-1); 2. Southwestern (27-0); 3. St. Frances (30-6); 4. Calvert Hall (26-6); 5. Thomas Johnson (22-5); 6. DeMatha (25-6); 7. St. Vincent Pallotti (26-5); 8. Newport School (31-4); 9. Lake Clifton (19-5)
NEWS
March 10, 1997
Maryland Rankings BALTIMORE (AP) - The Maryland Associated Press high school basketball state rankings, as compiled by Sheldon Shealer, sports editor of The Morning Herald, with cooperation from high school sports reporters from around the state. Boys' Basketball Overall Top 20 1. St. John's-Prospect Hall (25-1); 2. Southwestern (25-0); 3. St. Frances (30-6); 4. Calvert Hall (26-6); 5. Thomas Johnson (20-5); 6. DeMatha (25-6); 7. St. Vincent Pallotti (26-5)
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February 10, 1997
Maryland State Girls' Basketball BALTIMORE (AP) - The Maryland Associated Press high school basketball state rankings, as compiled by Sheldon Shealer, sports editor of The Morning Herald, with cooperation from high school sports reporters from around the state. Girls' Basketball Overall Top 20 1. Linganore (18-0); 2. Elizabeth Seton (19-2); 3. St. John's-Prospect Hall (22-3); 4. Largo (17-1); 5. Mercy (16-2); 6. St. Mary's (15-4); 7. Seton Keough (17-2)
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