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By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | October 5, 2012
For one of the few times in his 25 years at Greencastle-Antrim, Chuck Tinninis wished he was coaching on the college level. Then, the Blue Devils would be playing 15-minute quarters instead of 12. It might have been all Greencastle needed to pull off a huge comeback. The Blue Devils came alive in the final 11:30 of the game on Friday to rally, but fell short in a 35-28 loss to West Perry in a Mid-Penn Colonial matchup. “The key to this game for us is that the kids came back and played hard,” Tinninis said.
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By CHRIS CARTER | October 4, 2008
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Somehow, Waynesboro's first two losses by a combined scored of 75-12 were easier to handle than what took place Friday night at Indian Stadium. Probably because those games against Middletown (Pa.) and Mechanicsburg weren't games Waynesboro was supposed to win. Friday's game against visiting West Perry was one that the No. 5 Indians certainly could have won. Even worse, it was one that they probably should have won. Only they didn't. Waynesboro surrendered a 12-play, 89-yard drive late in the fourth quarter and blew a 13-point second-half lead in falling 21-20 to the Mustangs -- the third straight loss after a 3-0 start for the Indians.
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March 10, 2012
The Hagerstown Community College men's basketball team built its success around its defense this season. But the Hawks had no defense for what Monroe (N.Y.) College had in store for them on Saturday. The Mustangs connected for 13 3-pointers, including six in their first eight baskets of the game, to coast to an 88-55 victory over HCC in the NJCAA District 3 final. The victory gave No. 3-ranked Monroe (30-3) a berth to its third consecutive national tournament in Hutchinson, Kan., where the Mustangs finished third last year.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | February 21, 2012
It was like a cluster of sequoias hovering overa batch of dogwoods. With six players standing 6-foot-6 and up, Montrose Christian brought its nationally-ranked boys basketball team from Rockville, Md., to face St. Maria Goretti at the Gael Center on Tuesday night. Ranked 17th by USA Today, the Mustangs (19-2) wasted no time in asserting themselves, polishing off the Gaels in a 63-24 defensive masterpiece. “Our whole thing coming into this game was defense,” said Montrose coach Stu Vetter.
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By CHRIS CARTER | September 8, 2007
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The opportunities were plenty for the Waynesboro football team Friday night against West Perry. It was the conversions to those chances that became scarce. The Waynesboro defense set the table by forcing five turnovers - three in West Perry territory - but the offense struggled to convert the short-field situations in a 22-13 Mid-Penn nondivision loss at Rip Engle Stadium. "Any time you force five turnovers you ought to win the game," said Indians coach Darwin Seiler.
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By MARK KELLER / Sports Editor | February 9, 2001
Montrose Christian trips SJ-PH ST. JAMES - Chalk it all up to media hype. The subplots surrounding Thursday's first-round St. James Invitational Tournament game between Montrose Christian and St. John's at Prospect Hall, which included Montrose coach Stu Vetter facing his old school for the first time, took a back seat to the game itself. In fact, all involved shrugged off any significance of the past after Montrose shrugged off a tenacious St. John's team in the second half of a 59-45 victory at Alumni Hall.
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By MARK KELLER | February 12, 1999
ST. JAMES - Tony Tucker knew it was only a matter of time before the opposition caught on. The Mercersburg Academy coach had no doubt that when Montrose Christian raelized the Blue Storm had little experience on the perimeter, the Mustangs would do their best to exploit that. Montrose caught on before the half and applied the pressure in the third quarter, outscoring Mercersburg 20-10 in the period on its way to a 67-52 win in the first round of the St. James invitational Tournament on Thursday.
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January 12, 2007
GIRLS BASKETBALL No. 2 Hedgesville 67, Sherando 29 STEPHENS CITY, Va. - Ashton Butler had a game-high 19 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead Hedgesville to a nonleague victory over Sherando. Ciera Nicholson added 11 points for the Eagles (7-4). Frederick Warriors 46, Highland View 30 Kimberly Passarelli had 18 points, six steals, five rebounds and four assists to lead the Frederick Warriors over Highland View Academy. Rebecca Reifsnider had 16 points and seven rebounds for the Warriors (9-1)
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by ALICIA NOTARIANNI | July 19, 2006
Robin Bremer's husband, Larry, was laid off from work in December. Her employer has been short-staffed, so she has been working 16-hour days, seven days a week, as a home-care nurse. She has been averaging three or four hours of sleep a night. She could have used some good luck, but she wasn't holding her breath. In fact, when Bremer, 40, of Inwood, W.Va., learned Saturday that she won a 2006 Ford Focus, she was too sleep-deprived to react. Bremer said she received a mailing about a promotional event at Hagerstown Ford.
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October 19, 2012
Friday, October 19, 2012 PREP FOOTBALL ELLIOTTSBURG, Pa. - Zach Smith was a one-man for West Perry on Friday night in the Mustangs' 35-7 victory over visiting Waynesboro. Smith ran for 91 yards and four touchdowns and passed for 123 yards and another score. West Perry (6-2) led 14-0 at the end of the first quarter, 21-0 at halftime and 35-0 at the end of the third. Johnnie Adgers ran for 86 yards on 18 carries for Waynesboro (2-6). He scored the Indians' lone touchdown with 4:45 left in the game on a 19-yard run. Other area scores Gettysburg 24, James Buchanan 14 Martinsburg 60, Jefferson 3 Washington 55, Frankfort 29 Hampshire 34, Hedgesville 20 East Hardy 59, Berkeley Springs 13 BOYS SOCCER Williamsport 4, FSK 1 WILLIAMSPORT - Owen Marx and Tiago DeSouza had two goals and an assist each for Williamsport in a win over Francis Scott Key. Ryan Schnurr had two assists and Corey Ellis had 11 saves for the Wildcats, who finished the regular season at 9-4. JV: Williamsport, 2-0. Brunswick 8, South Hagerstown 1 BRUNSWICK, Md. - Josh Munoz scored on an assist by Austin Johnson for South Hagerstown in an MVAL Antietam loss to Brunswick.
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By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | October 5, 2012
For one of the few times in his 25 years at Greencastle-Antrim, Chuck Tinninis wished he was coaching on the college level. Then, the Blue Devils would be playing 15-minute quarters instead of 12. It might have been all Greencastle needed to pull off a huge comeback. The Blue Devils came alive in the final 11:30 of the game on Friday to rally, but fell short in a 35-28 loss to West Perry in a Mid-Penn Colonial matchup. “The key to this game for us is that the kids came back and played hard,” Tinninis said.
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March 10, 2012
The Hagerstown Community College men's basketball team built its success around its defense this season. But the Hawks had no defense for what Monroe (N.Y.) College had in store for them on Saturday. The Mustangs connected for 13 3-pointers, including six in their first eight baskets of the game, to coast to an 88-55 victory over HCC in the NJCAA District 3 final. The victory gave No. 3-ranked Monroe (30-3) a berth to its third consecutive national tournament in Hutchinson, Kan., where the Mustangs finished third last year.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | February 21, 2012
It was like a cluster of sequoias hovering overa batch of dogwoods. With six players standing 6-foot-6 and up, Montrose Christian brought its nationally-ranked boys basketball team from Rockville, Md., to face St. Maria Goretti at the Gael Center on Tuesday night. Ranked 17th by USA Today, the Mustangs (19-2) wasted no time in asserting themselves, polishing off the Gaels in a 63-24 defensive masterpiece. “Our whole thing coming into this game was defense,” said Montrose coach Stu Vetter.
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August 23, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- A Hagerstown man accused of stealing a $26,000 Ford Mustang and driving it to West Virginia was being held Sunday on $20,000 bond at Eastern Regional Jail in Martinsburg. Berkeley County Sheriff's Department deputies M.L. Buracker and W.D. Christian were at the Bedington Crossroads Store on U.S. 11 at 2:36 a.m. Sunday when they spotted a red Ford Mustang with West Virginia tags driving south, according to a press release. Because the vehicle had no taillights, the deputies pulled it over and found the driver to be Russell Jacob Stem, 20, of 1035 Concord St. in Hagerstown.
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March 6, 2009
Dear Tom and Ray: I have a fairly beat-up 1994 Mustang GT 5.0 convertible. It was made the last year they made the 5.0 in the newer, more curvaceous body style. Through childhood, I was a car girl and a Mustang enthusiast. So when it came time for me to buy my first car out of college in 1995, I could not help but stop to look at the slightly used, hunter green, beige-topped, leather-interior 5.0 that was on the lot. I fell in love with it at first sight and was totally hooked when the dealer let me take it home for a few days.
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By CHRIS CARTER | October 4, 2008
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Somehow, Waynesboro's first two losses by a combined scored of 75-12 were easier to handle than what took place Friday night at Indian Stadium. Probably because those games against Middletown (Pa.) and Mechanicsburg weren't games Waynesboro was supposed to win. Friday's game against visiting West Perry was one that the No. 5 Indians certainly could have won. Even worse, it was one that they probably should have won. Only they didn't. Waynesboro surrendered a 12-play, 89-yard drive late in the fourth quarter and blew a 13-point second-half lead in falling 21-20 to the Mustangs -- the third straight loss after a 3-0 start for the Indians.
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By CHRIS CARTER | September 8, 2007
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The opportunities were plenty for the Waynesboro football team Friday night against West Perry. It was the conversions to those chances that became scarce. The Waynesboro defense set the table by forcing five turnovers - three in West Perry territory - but the offense struggled to convert the short-field situations in a 22-13 Mid-Penn nondivision loss at Rip Engle Stadium. "Any time you force five turnovers you ought to win the game," said Indians coach Darwin Seiler.
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by MALCOLM GUNN / Wheelbase Communications | June 9, 2007
Baby boomers with a penchant for performance and who get all misty-eyed for the good ol' days have Ford to thank for pandering to their nostalgic yearnings. The company continues to create derivatives of its iconic Mustang with a nod to the past and enough raw power to broil the tires and confirm the neighbors' suspicions that you are indeed at the high point of a mid-life crisis. The latest nostalgia-inducing Mustang offshoot is the Shelby GT500KR that's due to arrive in limited numbers in the spring of 2008.
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