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January 3, 2006
BOYS BASKETBALL Jefferson 82, Park View 46 PARK VIEW, Va. - Josh Brown scored 26 points and added seven steals as Jefferson used its quickness to polish off Park View early for a victory. The Cougars owned a 22-2 lead after the first quarter and coasted to the victory. Vance Hosby complimented Brown on the inside with 26 points while Ryland Newman fiished with seven points and 10 assists. McConnellsburg 66 Cumb. Valley Christian 19 McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - The Spartans avenged their only loss of the season in stunning fashion, throttling Cumberland Valley Christian.
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January 3, 2006
BOYS BASKETBALL Jefferson 82, Park View 46 JEFFERSON (4-1) R. Newman 3 0-0 7, Grantham 2 0-0 4, McDonald 0 1-2 1, Brown 10 2-2 26, D. Newman 2 2-2 6, Smallwood 1 0-0 2, Dano 2 0-0 4, Fisher 1 0-0 2, Lands 1 0-0 2, V. Hosby 12 2-4 26, Jacobs 1 0-0 2. Totals 35 7-10 82. PARK VIEW, Va. Anyaugo 6 0-0 13, Allen 0 2-3 2, Rathmore 3 0-0 6, Jackson 2 0-0 4, Harvin 1 1-2 3, Dudinzski 1 0-0 2, Stephan 2 0-0 4,...
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By | September 10, 2005
Walkersville 26, South Hagerstown 7 North Hagerstown 38, Liberty 34 Archbishop Spalding 50, Smithsburg 6 Boonsboro 40, Moorefield 13 Northern Garrett 47, Clear Spring 6 Middletown 14, Thomas Johnson 8 Poolesville 28, Brunswick 3 Tuscarora 42, Frederick 29 Martinsburg 27, Robert E. Lee 20 Jefferson 37, Park View 34 Hedgesville 34, Potomac Falls 6 Sherando 26, Musselman 14 Berkeley Springs 35, Grafton 7 Cumberland Valley 24,...
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August 29, 2003
Greetings, fellow Earthlings. I know that sounds strange, but trust me, there was a time a few months ago I didn't think I'd be saying that. That's right, folks. I could have sworn back in January that the end was near. And no, I'm not trying to say that the steady diet of hot dogs and brats that ingest this time of year had finally caught up with me. No, I'm talking apocalypse here. Sports Illustrated - that other magazine that I read for the articles - has its sign of the apocalypse every week, right?
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by MARK KELLER | September 5, 2003
keller@herald-mail.com Backup or not, Chambersburg's Tyler Perry played like a first-tier running back last Friday. The 5-foot-5, 140-pound sophomore stepped into the shoes of injured incumbent Pete Cross, gained 185 yards and scored two touchdowns to carry the Trojans to a season-opening 19-12 win over Park View. "He stepped up big," Chambersburg coach Shawn Kimple said. "He knew all week he would get the start and he did what was needed. "I can't say that I expected him to run for almost 200 yards.
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January 24, 2009
Men's Basketball Shepherd at Concord, 4 Women's Basketball Shepherd at Concord, 2 College Indoor Track and Field HCC at Lehigh Covert Classic Boys Basketball Highland View Academy at Hedgesville, 7:30 Waynesboro at Central Dauphin, 2:30 CVCS at Shalom, 3:45 Mercersburg Academy at Hun School, 4 St. James at Potomac, 5:30 Jefferson at Handley, 7 Martinsburg at Morgantown, 7...
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January 24, 2009
Men's Basketball Shepherd at Concord, 4 Women's Basketball Shepherd at Concord, 2 College Indoor Track and Field HCC at Lehigh Covert Classic Boys Basketball Highland View Academy at Hedgesville, 7:30 Waynesboro at Central Dauphin, 2:30 CVCS at Shalom, 3:45 Mercersburg Academy at Hun School, 4 St. James at Potomac, 5:30 Jefferson at Handley, 7 Martinsburg at Morgantown, 7...
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January 18, 2009
BOYS BASKETBALL CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Ryan Borzager hit the game-winning field goal with 10.6 seconds remaining and scored the final five points of the game as No. 7 Chambersburg (8-5) beat No. 5 Waynesboro 56-52 on Saturday. Tim Null led Waynesboro (8-6) with 19 points. Chambersburg 56, Waynesboro 52 WAYNESBORO (8-6) Crider 11, Ramsey 5, Blubaugh 10, Walck 7, Null 19. Totals 20 10-17 52. CHAMBERSBURG (8-5) Borzager 14, McBeth 8, R. Bailey 12, Riley 4, Teal 16, Fore 2. Totals 20 7-11 56. Waynesboro 9 20 17 6 -- 56 Chambersburg 12 12 18 14 -- 52 3-point goals -- Waynesboro (Crider 1, Ramsey 1)
NEWS
February 10, 2008
BOYS BASKETBALL Hedgesville 67, FSK 41 FRANCIS SCOTT KEY (1-16) Wantz 7, Forster 15, Wortz 9, Henderson 10. Totals 14 7-13 41. HEDGESVILLE (17-1) Jones 8, Hockman 3, Fleetwood 9, Rogers 3, Crawford 3, Beard 6, Mayles 12, Newby 8, Effland 14, Synder 1. Totals 23 18-26 67. FSK 2 8 11 20 -- 67 Hedgesville 18 10 21 18 -- 41 3-point goals -- FSK 6 (Wantz, Forster 2, Wortz, Henderson 2), Hedgesville 3 (Hockman, Fleetwood, Beard). Fouled out -- Hill (FSK)
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December 21, 2007
GIRLS BASKETBALL Marshall leads unbeaten Cougars over Park View PARK VIEW, Va. - Dakea Marshall had 24 points, 10 rebounds and five steals as Jefferson remained unbeaten with a 62-56 victory over Park View on Thursday night. Katie Danno had 14 points and eight rebounds and Nicole Himes added 11 points for the Cougars (6-0). Shalom 53, New Covenant 25 LEBANON, Pa. - Liv Grove had 17 points and Alyssa Rohrer had 14 points and six assists to lead Shalom Christian in a victory.
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By JOHN O'BRIEN / Staff Correspondent | December 19, 2007
SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - When Jefferson girls basketball coach Peachie Diehl told her team to be prepared for anything Tuesday night, she probably didn't expect this. Melissa Taylor led four Cougars in double-figures with 15 points, while Greencastle-Antrim committed 33 turnovers in a 74-17 trouncing that kept Jefferson undefeated at 5-0. "We hadn't seen them play," Diehl said. "We weren't sure what to expect. I told the girls to be prepared for anything. " What ended up happening was only a half-day's work for the Jefferson starters, who exited the game with a 46-9 lead with more than six minutes left in the third quarter.
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September 8, 2007
Greencastle-Antrim 19, Palmyra 0 Palmyra 0 0 0 0 - 0 Greencastle 7 6 0 6 - 19 GA - Adam Ritchey 18 run (Jonathan Zook kick) GA - Ritchey 62 run (kick failed) GA - Ritchey 2 run (kick failed) Pal GA First Downs 7 16 Rushes-yards 29-50 47-317 Passing yards 75 21 Att-Comp-Int 14-7-2 12-5-0 Total yards 43-125 59-338 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-3 Punts-Avg. 5-30.6 2-36.0 Penalties-yards 8-63 2-20 Records: Palmyra 1-1; Greencastle 2-0. Moorefield 14, Boonsboro 13 Moorefield 0 7 7 0 - 14 Boonsboro 7 0 0 6 - 13 B - John Shobe 2 run (Lucas Summerlin kick)
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by MATTHEW UMSTEAD | November 5, 2006
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. - It is a polygon with 16 equal sides of red brick, 13 inches thick, and topped by a bell-shaped roof, stiffened by a cast-iron frame. It survived the first days of the Great Railway Strike of 1877, a pivotal episode in American labor history. It is the last of its kind in the United States, an important example of mid-19th century industrial construction that used standardized, prefabricated structural elements to create an efficient and fire-resistant building.
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by TIM KOELBLE | March 14, 2006
After nearly four months of basketball, the 2005-06 season is about to end for Martinsburg. But the Bulldogs hope not before they play three more games. If that's the case, the Bulldogs will extend their year to Saturday. But first things first, Martinsburg (19-5) goes up against Capital (17-7) on Wednesday morning at 11:15 when the West Virginia boys state tournament tips off at the Charleston Civic Center. Should Martinsburg get past Capital, it's likely the Bulldogs would get a matchup Friday against No. 1 seed Huntington in the Class AAA semifinals.
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