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by BOB PARASILITI | April 3, 2006
Manager Frank Cacciatore is ready to get the show on the road. That's a good thing because those are the two things the Hagerstown Suns will be all about at the beginning of the 2006 season: The show and the road. The Suns will be cast as a band of vagabonds to start the new season Thursday with eight of their first 11 games being played away from Municipal Stadium. "It's going to be a whirlwind for us," Cacciatore said as the Suns are scheduled to report to town today in anticipation of the start of the new season.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | March 28, 2006
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - As debuts go, Waynesboro freshman Taryn Ashway's varsity softball version was about as memorable as they come. She singled. She doubled. She tripled. She drove in four runs. She struck out 15. And the 14-year-old outplayed the 2005 Herald-Mail Player of the Year, Greencastle-Antrim pitcher Sarah Signore. The best thing is, there's lots of time left in Ashway's career for plenty of encores. "It's really exciting for my first time out, beating one of the better teams out there," said Ashway of the Maidens' 7-4 victory over the Blue Devils on Monday.
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by PEPPER BALLARD | November 25, 2005
pepperb@herald-mail.com WASHINGTON COUNTY - The holiday shopping season means longer lines and full parking lots to some, but to police, a rush of shoppers means just one thing - more shoplifters. Recently, the Washington County Sheriff's Department made several arrests in connection with alleged shoplifting at Valley Mall, Prime Outlets at Hagerstown and Crosspoint Shopping Center, which sits on Cole Road near the mall. "With the holiday season coming, retail theft is just going to get worse," Sheriff's Department Investigator Greg Alton said.
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by ERIN CUNNINGHAM | November 8, 2005
HAGERSTOWN erinc@herald-mail.com Mark Ashby was released from jail Thursday and said potential employers rarely will give a man with a criminal record a job. So, sitting in the REACH Cold Weather Shelter dining area Monday evening with several colors of paint splattered on his jeans was a good sign. He's been painting a home near Funkstown - two bedrooms of four different colors. "I thought I got it all off," Ashby said, poking at a small spot of orange paint on his forearm.
NEWS
August 27, 2005
Virginia State (0-0) at Shepherd University (0-0) Game time: 1 p.m. Shepherdstown, W.Va. VIRGINIA STATE OUTLOOK Head Coach: Andrew Faison (18-12, 4th season) Formations: Offense - Multiple; Defense - 3-4 Returning Stat Leaders: Rushing - RB Nick Fleming (145 for 605 yds) Passing - QB Michael Terry (86-203-9, 1203 yds) Receptions - WR P. J. Berry (40 for 568 yds) Tackles: LB Dewayne Taylor (93 TT) SHEPHERD OUTLOOK Head Coach: Monte Cater (118-67-1, 19th season at SU; 149-90-2 overall, 25th season)
NEWS
August 27, 2005
INDIANA, Pa. The Shepherd University volleyball team opened its season with a split Friday, beating Gannon 22-30, 30-19, 30-24, 32-30 before losing 30-17, 30-19, 30-26 to Pace at the Indiana Tournament. Against Gannon, Kristy Cramer, a Chambersburg graduate, had 24 assists for the Rams, while Taylor Darnley had 16 kills and Susanna Hill, a Grace Academy grad, had 10 digs. Darnley had nine kills and six digs against Pace, while Cramer added 14 assists.
NEWS
December 4, 2004
BOYS BASKETBALL CARLISLE, Pa. - Colby Nitterhouse started the season with a double-double, scoring 10 points and grabbing 10 rebounds to lead Chambersburg to a 46-37 victory over Mechanicsburg in the opening round of the Carlisle Tip-Off Tournament on Friday. Jonathan Motichka added nine points and five steals for the Trojans, who outscored Mechanicsburg by 10 points in the second half. Tonight, the Trojans were to play the winner of Friday's late game between Carlisle and Hollidaysburg.
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by JACK HILL III/Staff Correspondent | November 6, 2004
If there's supposed to be a transition period when moving from high school basketball to the college game, nobody told David Miner. The South Hagerstown High school graduate recorded a double-double in his first college contest, scoring 21 points and grabbing 10 rebounds as Hagerstown Community College beat Catonsville 74-54 in the first round of the NJCAA Region XX Hall of Fame Tournament at the HCC athletic complex on Friday. Miner pulled down nine offensive rebounds and made four steals for the Hawks, who will face rival Allegany in the tournament title game today at 7 p.m. The Trojans beat the Harford Owls 79-47 in Friday's first game.
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by TIM KOELBLE | March 28, 2004
koelble@herald-mail.com FREDERICK, Md. - Thomas Johnson has several seniors on its baseball team who were members of the Patriots' state championship club two years ago. Those veterans are expected to be an integral part of any success TJ has this season, and Lowell Coats was one who made sure the Patriots got off to a fast start in their season opener Saturday afternoon. Coats only looked at two pitches in his first two at-bats and delivered a double, triple and five RBI as TJ waltzed to a 9-1 lead after two frames and held on for a 9-6 triumph over previously unbeaten Jefferson.
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