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December 24, 2007
John Martin and Katie Frey of Smithsburg and Morgan Smith of Clear Spring attended the 2007 National FFA Convention in Indianapolis in October. All three are members of the Smithsburg FFA chapter. In all, 50,000 people attended the convention.
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January 7, 2008
CLEAR SPRING - John Martin and Katie Frey of Smithsburg and Morgan Smith of Clear Spring attended the 2007 National Future Farmers of America Convention in Indianapolis in October. All three are members of the Smithsburg FFA chapter. In all, 50,000 people attended the convention.
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July 28, 2006
4-H Dairy Show 2006 Showmanship · Pre-Junior Champion - Sydney Davis · Junior Champion - Rachel Wiles · Intermediate Champion - Scott DeBaugh · Senior Champion - Katherine McCormick · Overall Champion - Katherine McCormick Ayrshire Show · Junior Champion - Katherine McCormick · Junior Reserve Champion - Katherine McCormick · Overall Grand Champion Ayrshire -...
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November 29, 2009
FARMVILLE, Va. -- Former Williamsport (Md.) High School standout Morgan Smith collected her first career double-double on Sunday. Smith, a sophomore, had a team-high 15 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in Longwood's 68-62 loss to Morehead State University in the Lancer Classic. It was the second double-double by a Longwood (2-5) player this season. In seven games, Smith is averaging 5.9 points and 4.3 rebounds for the Lancers. PREP VOLLEYBALL West Virginia AAA all-state HUNTINGTON, W.Va.
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January 22, 2006
The St. Maria Goretti High School Gaels recently visited the Boys & Girls Club of Washington County. Under the direction of Head Coach Cokey Robertson, the Gaels led more than 45 club members in drills emphasizing the fundamentals of basketball. The Huyetts 4-H Club elected the following officers for 2006: Brenna House, president; Garrett Hamby, vice president; Emily Myers, secretary; Morgan Smith, vice secretary; Hannah House, treasurer; Trenten Smith, vice treasurer; Rachel House, corresponding secretary; Ben Harbaugh, parliamentarian; Sam Myers, assistant parliamentarian; Katrina Smith, snack coordinator; Brandon Smith, flag coordinator; Matthew Harbaugh, demonstration coordinator; Gavin Myers, photographer; Amy Ridenour and Rebekah Shirk, greeters; Matthew Toth and Hunter Paylor, comedians; and Kaitlyn Shirk, recreation coordinator.
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by TAMELA BAKER | July 31, 2004
SHARPSBURG - Jamie Beckley of Williamsport, was crowned Ag Expo Queen for 2004-05 Friday night at the 24th annual Washington County Ag Expo. A junior at Clear Spring High School, Beckley, 16, is the daughter of Karen Beckley of Williamsport and Steve Beckley, a Hagerstown-area farmer. Beckley was chosen from among five contestants. The other contestants were Lindsay Shirk, 16, a Clear Spring High School senior; Kristina Powell, 16, a Boonsboro High School senior; Amanda Lee, 14, a Boonsboro High School sophomore; and Morgan Smith, 14, a Clear Spring High School freshman.
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by TIM KOELBLE | February 28, 2007
THURMONT, Md. - They weren't quite ready to have to turn in their uniforms. The Williamsport girls basketball team lived for at least another game after reaching deep to stun host Catoctin 49-48 on Tuesday night in the Maryland Class 2A West East Sectional semifinals. The Wildcats earned a sectional final berth opposite Boonsboro on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at North Hagerstown. Williamsport (14-10) started the celebration and Catoctin (12-10) stood in disbelief after Lindsey Smith scored on a bank shot in the paint with 13.4 seconds remaining before withstanding two challeges by the Cougars to take the victory.
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By JACK HILL III | December 22, 2007
BOONSBORO - Courtney Silvis only had one basket on Friday night, and it couldn't have come at a better time for the Boonsboro girls basketball team. The sophomore reserve forward grabbed an offensive rebound and put the ball in the hoop with nine seconds remaining to lift the Warriors to a 44-43 MVAL Antietam victory over Williamsport. "For playing as bad as we did tonight, a win is a win," Boonsboro coach Max Shaffer. "Our defense kept us in the game. Our sophomores came off the bench and did a good job tonight.
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By JACK HILL III | February 4, 2006
Sophomore forward Morgan Smith drove the lane for a layup with 4 seconds remaining to lead Williamsport to a 44-42 upset win over No. 6 North Hagerstown in an MVAL Antietam game Friday night at North. "We called a timeout at the end," Williamsport coach Chris Malott said. "I told them to get the ball inbounds. I said, 'Whoever catches it, take it to the basket.' Morgan Smith did just that. I am full of exhilaration. " Smith was just glad that the ball went in. "I was nervous, but I was confident," Smith said.
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November 29, 2009
FARMVILLE, Va. -- Former Williamsport (Md.) High School standout Morgan Smith collected her first career double-double on Sunday. Smith, a sophomore, had a team-high 15 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in Longwood's 68-62 loss to Morehead State University in the Lancer Classic. It was the second double-double by a Longwood (2-5) player this season. In seven games, Smith is averaging 5.9 points and 4.3 rebounds for the Lancers. PREP VOLLEYBALL West Virginia AAA all-state HUNTINGTON, W.Va.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | March 29, 2008
Winter 2008 All-County Teams If there's one thing that seperates Williamsport senior Morgan Smith from the rest of her peers, it's her versatility. "She played all five positions," Wildcats coach Chris Malott said. "That was the key to her success. She can do it inside and outside. "When she first came in as a freshman, we played Middletown and she basically stood outside the 3-point line and waited for the ball. Now she does everything. She brings the ball up the court against pressure, she takes it inside, she can shoot outside.
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By CHRIS CARTER / Staff Correspondent | March 6, 2008
POOLESVILLE, Md. - Williams-port basketball coach Chris Malott refused to sugarcoat the outcome of the Wildcats' Maryland Class 1A West East Sectional final against Poolesville on Wednesday night. "I'm a realist, and they're the better team," Malott said. "We needed - not a perfect effort - but a close-to-perfect effort. And there are times when you go up against a better team than you, and that's what happened here. " Top-seeded Poolesville shook off a rather inferior start before exerting its superiority, building up a 25-point lead before relaxing in the final minutes for a comfortable 48-35 win. "It's a big game and a big situation," said Poolesville coach Randy Berger.
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By TIM KOELBLE | January 12, 2008
WILLIAMSPORT - Family, friends and fans expected an early celebration for Williamsport senior Morgan Smith when she scored the seven points she needed to reach the 1,000-point of her career. Fast forward those videotape machines. No one expected that plateau to still be in question late in the fourth quarter. It didn't happen until Smith was fouled on a spin move along the baseline. She hit the first of the foul shots with 2:04 remaining for the milestone as Williamsport struggled to a 40-20 MVAL Antietam girls basketball victory on Friday.
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By BOB PARASILITI | January 10, 2008
WILLIAMSPORT - Brooke Crawford took a left turn onto Memory Lane and returned to Williamsport High School on Wednesday. Back in the day, the first-year Tuscarora coach was known as Brooke Weimer, practically living in the gym while playing for the Wildcats' athletic teams. On this night, Crawford may have come home, but only to find out that house is currently Morgan Smith's residence. Smith scored a game-high 23 points, but played a vital part in Williamsport's total floor game as the Wildcats spread the offense around for a convincing 61-44 win over the Titans.
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January 7, 2008
CLEAR SPRING - John Martin and Katie Frey of Smithsburg and Morgan Smith of Clear Spring attended the 2007 National Future Farmers of America Convention in Indianapolis in October. All three are members of the Smithsburg FFA chapter. In all, 50,000 people attended the convention.
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December 24, 2007
John Martin and Katie Frey of Smithsburg and Morgan Smith of Clear Spring attended the 2007 National FFA Convention in Indianapolis in October. All three are members of the Smithsburg FFA chapter. In all, 50,000 people attended the convention.
NEWS
By JACK HILL III | December 22, 2007
BOONSBORO - Courtney Silvis only had one basket on Friday night, and it couldn't have come at a better time for the Boonsboro girls basketball team. The sophomore reserve forward grabbed an offensive rebound and put the ball in the hoop with nine seconds remaining to lift the Warriors to a 44-43 MVAL Antietam victory over Williamsport. "For playing as bad as we did tonight, a win is a win," Boonsboro coach Max Shaffer. "Our defense kept us in the game. Our sophomores came off the bench and did a good job tonight.
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By TIM KOELBLE | November 21, 2007
WILLIAMSPORT - Morgan Smith will carry more weight on her shoulders for the Williamsport girls basketball team this winter than she will securing a college scholarship. On Tuesday, in front of family members and coaches, Smith signed a national letter-of-intent to play at Longwood (Va.) University "It's a load off my mind," said Smith, who averaged 15.6 points and 8.4 rebounds per game last year for the Wildcats. "It was a dream to go to a Division I school like this. " Longwood University, located in Farmville, Va., about an hour from Lynchburg, is currently in its first year as a Division I school playing an independent schedule in all sports.
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August 1, 2007
The following are corrected results from last week's Ag Expo & Fair at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center off Sharpsburg PIke: 4-H Dairy Cattle Show 2007 Showmanship Pre-Junior Champion: Sydney Davis Junior Champion: Rachel Wiles Intermediate Champion: Scott DeBaugh Senior Champion: Katherine McCormick Overall Champion: Katherine McCormick Ayrshire Junior Champion: Katherine McCormick...
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