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By Bob Parasiliti | November 15, 2008
CATONSVILLE, Md. -- For much of the match, the Boonsboro boys soccer team held the ball. But in the end, the Warriors didn't get a hold of the state championship trophy. Time of possession was a meaningless statistic as Pocomoke scored three lightning-fast goals while Boonsboro moved the ball but failed to finish on Friday in a 3-1 loss in the Maryland Class 1A state final at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County. It was a tough end for Boonsboro, which won the 1A West title and reached the state final for the first time in school history.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | March 11, 2011
Leaving the University of Maryland on Friday night, the Williamsport basketball team had a “To Do” list. Eat, get sleep and stay hydrated. It’s going to be a quick turnaround for the Wildcats after their 67-48 victory over Pocomoke in the Maryland Class 1A state semifinals. Williamsport will attack the taxing task of playing a second game in 20 hours today at 1 p.m. when it faces one of the state’s best-ever programs in Dunbar. “We’re going to play probably what is Maryland’s most storied team in public schools ever,” said Williamsport coach Scott Mowbray.
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By BOB PARASILITI | November 15, 2008
o VIEW SLIDESHOW o Click here to view and purchase photos from this game. CATONSVILLE, Md. -- For much of the match, the Boonsboro boys soccer team held the ball. But in the end, the Warriors didn't get a hold of the state championship trophy. Time of possession was a meaningless statistic as Pocomoke scored three lightning-fast goals while Boonsboro moved the ball but failed to finish on Friday in a 3-1 loss in the Maryland Class 1A state final at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
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By KEVIN SPRADLIN | November 13, 2005
ARNOLD, Md. - Brooks Godwin scored two goals to lead Pocomoke past Williamsport 2-1 in a Maryland Class 1A state semifinal match Saturday on Siegert Field at Anne Arundel Community College. Beall and Boonsboro had one assist each. Pocomoke's players were faster and its passes were sharper for about 70 of the 80 minutes, long enough to establish its superiority and score the winning goal. "We had it a lot tougher than a lot of other teams to get here," said midfielder Phillip Jordan, who scored the Wildcats' only goal.
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by ANDREW MASON | November 16, 2003
andrewm@herald-mail.com CATONSVILLE, Md. - Ten minutes of offense was all the Pocomoke boys soccer team needed to erase Williamsport's 70. Pocomoke scored late in the first half on its fourth and final shot of the game, and the Warriors held off the Wildcats' furious second-half charge to win 1-0 for their second Maryland Class 1A state title in the last three years and fourth overall at University of Maryland-Baltimore County on...
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | March 17, 2003
kauffman@herald-mail.com CATONSVILLE, Md. - After fouling out with 48 seconds left in Smithsburg's 61-47 loss to Pocomoke Friday night in a Class 1A semifinal, Katy Powell got a hug from fellow senior Molly Bauer, then one from Tara Knable, and finally one from her father and coach, Jimmy Powell, before taking a seat on the Leopards bench for the final time. After leaving 22 points, five assists, five rebounds, three steals and a world of hustle and effort on the court at University of Maryland-Baltimore County's field house, Katy Powell had given all she had for both one night and her high school career.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | March 13, 2003
kauffman@herald-mail.com On the surface, one could take Friday's boys Class 1A state semifinal rematch between South Hagerstown and Pocomoke at Comcast Center as a sign that, other than the venue, few things have changed. A closer look reveals anything but deja vu. Both the Rebels (18-5) and defending champion Warriors (24-0) have battled their way back to states. But that's where the similarities end - especially for South. The Rebels haven't had any distractions this week.
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BY DAN SPEARS | March 22, 2002
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - South Hagerstown center Scott Barish didn't need a visual representation of how his week had gone, but he got it anyway late in the third quarter of Friday's Class 1A semifinal against Pocomoke. His team was making a charge, and David Miner was streaking toward a layup that would have cut a 22-point deficit to 10 late in the third quarter. But just as Miner got to the ball under the basket, he wiped out and lost the ball out of bounds. The Warriors responded with a 3-pointer to regain momentum, and finished off an 82-58 victory at Cole Field House that ended the Rebels' quest for their second state championship.
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BY DAN SPEARS | March 14, 2002
Random thoughts from an airplane bound for Albuquerque ... - If Jermaine Thomas isn't one of the classiest guys you've ever met, then, well, I'm just not sure what. Saturday night after the Patriots' crushing upset in the Class 4A final, Thomas could have been upset (and probably should have been with the officials) with anyone and everyone around. Instead, he was his typical affable self, even managing to crack a smile after being asked about Roosevelt's brutal box-and-one defense for the millionth time.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | March 12, 2011
After individual awards were presented to his players Saturday afternoon at Comcast Center, Williamsport boys basketball coach Scott Mowbray accepted the trophy as the second-place team in Maryland Class 1A. He held it above his head toward the large contingent of Williamsport fans who traveled to College Park, only to see the Wildcats fall 64-43 to Dunbar in the Class 1A state championship game. “We have nothing to be ashamed of,” said Mowbray. “I think we showed we belonged down here.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | March 12, 2011
After individual awards were presented to his players Saturday afternoon at Comcast Center, Williamsport boys basketball coach Scott Mowbray accepted the trophy as the second-place team in Maryland Class 1A. He held it above his head toward the large contingent of Williamsport fans who traveled to College Park, only to see the Wildcats fall 64-43 to Dunbar in the Class 1A state championship game. “We have nothing to be ashamed of,” said Mowbray. “I think we showed we belonged down here.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | March 11, 2011
Leaving the University of Maryland on Friday night, the Williamsport basketball team had a “To Do” list. Eat, get sleep and stay hydrated. It’s going to be a quick turnaround for the Wildcats after their 67-48 victory over Pocomoke in the Maryland Class 1A state semifinals. Williamsport will attack the taxing task of playing a second game in 20 hours today at 1 p.m. when it faces one of the state’s best-ever programs in Dunbar. “We’re going to play probably what is Maryland’s most storied team in public schools ever,” said Williamsport coach Scott Mowbray.
NEWS
By Bob Parasiliti | November 15, 2008
CATONSVILLE, Md. -- For much of the match, the Boonsboro boys soccer team held the ball. But in the end, the Warriors didn't get a hold of the state championship trophy. Time of possession was a meaningless statistic as Pocomoke scored three lightning-fast goals while Boonsboro moved the ball but failed to finish on Friday in a 3-1 loss in the Maryland Class 1A state final at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County. It was a tough end for Boonsboro, which won the 1A West title and reached the state final for the first time in school history.
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By BOB PARASILITI | November 15, 2008
o VIEW SLIDESHOW o Click here to view and purchase photos from this game. CATONSVILLE, Md. -- For much of the match, the Boonsboro boys soccer team held the ball. But in the end, the Warriors didn't get a hold of the state championship trophy. Time of possession was a meaningless statistic as Pocomoke scored three lightning-fast goals while Boonsboro moved the ball but failed to finish on Friday in a 3-1 loss in the Maryland Class 1A state final at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
NEWS
By KEVIN SPRADLIN | November 13, 2005
ARNOLD, Md. - Brooks Godwin scored two goals to lead Pocomoke past Williamsport 2-1 in a Maryland Class 1A state semifinal match Saturday on Siegert Field at Anne Arundel Community College. Beall and Boonsboro had one assist each. Pocomoke's players were faster and its passes were sharper for about 70 of the 80 minutes, long enough to establish its superiority and score the winning goal. "We had it a lot tougher than a lot of other teams to get here," said midfielder Phillip Jordan, who scored the Wildcats' only goal.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | November 16, 2003
andrewm@herald-mail.com CATONSVILLE, Md. - Ten minutes of offense was all the Pocomoke boys soccer team needed to erase Williamsport's 70. Pocomoke scored late in the first half on its fourth and final shot of the game, and the Warriors held off the Wildcats' furious second-half charge to win 1-0 for their second Maryland Class 1A state title in the last three years and fourth overall at University of Maryland-Baltimore County on...
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | March 17, 2003
kauffman@herald-mail.com CATONSVILLE, Md. - After fouling out with 48 seconds left in Smithsburg's 61-47 loss to Pocomoke Friday night in a Class 1A semifinal, Katy Powell got a hug from fellow senior Molly Bauer, then one from Tara Knable, and finally one from her father and coach, Jimmy Powell, before taking a seat on the Leopards bench for the final time. After leaving 22 points, five assists, five rebounds, three steals and a world of hustle and effort on the court at University of Maryland-Baltimore County's field house, Katy Powell had given all she had for both one night and her high school career.
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by BOB PARASILITI | March 17, 2003
bobp@herald-mail.com COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The South Hagerstown boys basketball team reached its objective to play in the hangar called the Comcast Center on Friday. Unfortunately for the Rebels, the game was decided on an airport runway. South Hagerstown tried everything but mosquito netting to protect itself from the swarming, relentless pressure by Pocomoke as the Rebels failed to repel the Warriors or the myriad of turnovers in a 72-60 loss in the Maryland Class 1A semifinals.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | March 13, 2003
kauffman@herald-mail.com On the surface, one could take Friday's boys Class 1A state semifinal rematch between South Hagerstown and Pocomoke at Comcast Center as a sign that, other than the venue, few things have changed. A closer look reveals anything but deja vu. Both the Rebels (18-5) and defending champion Warriors (24-0) have battled their way back to states. But that's where the similarities end - especially for South. The Rebels haven't had any distractions this week.
NEWS
BY DAN SPEARS | March 22, 2002
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - South Hagerstown center Scott Barish didn't need a visual representation of how his week had gone, but he got it anyway late in the third quarter of Friday's Class 1A semifinal against Pocomoke. His team was making a charge, and David Miner was streaking toward a layup that would have cut a 22-point deficit to 10 late in the third quarter. But just as Miner got to the ball under the basket, he wiped out and lost the ball out of bounds. The Warriors responded with a 3-pointer to regain momentum, and finished off an 82-58 victory at Cole Field House that ended the Rebels' quest for their second state championship.
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