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NEWS
September 20, 2005
COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL Williamsport graduate Staci Grabill tallied 17 assists and five aces as Hagerstown Community College swept visiting Prince George's Community College in Maryland JuCo Conference action. Katie Spoonire had seven kills and six aces for the Hawks (18-0, 4-0) while Lindsey Plotner added seven digs, six kills, four aces and three blocks. Savanah Wetzel had six aces for Hagerstown. PREP VOLLEYBALL Shippensburg 3 No. 3 Greencastle 1 SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Mandi Mentzer recorded 15 points, nine digs and four aces for Greencastle in a 25-14, 25-22, 21-25, 25-22 nondivision loss to Shippensburg.
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NEWS
March 27, 2003
A man wanted in connection with a March 10 armed robbery in Cramer's Alley off Franklin Street was arrested in Prince George's County Wednesday morning, Hagerstown City Police said Wednesday. Kevin Anthony Washington, 46, of no fixed address, was returned to Hagerstown where he appeared before a Washington County District Court commissioner, Hagerstown Police Lt. Rick Johnson said. Washington was being held at the Washington County Detention Center on $50,000 bond, court officials said.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III | January 30, 2003
The Hagerstown Community College Hawks women's basketball team did not panic when it fell behind 10-2 in the first 4 1/2 minutes of Wednesday's game against Prince George's. The Hawks just responded by outscoring the Owls 32-12 the rest of the half on their way to a 69-51 win in a Maryland JuCo Conference women's basketball game at the HCC athletic complex. "I think the last 10 minutes of the first half was the key to the ballgame and the fact that we rebounded the ball fairly well," HCC coach Marlys Palmer said.
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by MARK KELLER | October 11, 2002
St. John's at Prospect Hall's football game against Heritage (Va.) scheduled for tonight at McCurdy Field has been postponed indefinitely, SJPH coach John Ricca said on Thursday. Ricca said that the Loudoun County, Va., school district has halted all outdoor activities until next Tuesday in the wake of the sniper shootings in the Washington metropolitan area. A shooting Wednesday night in Manassas has linked to similar shootings in Montgomery and Prince George's counties in Maryland, prompted the Loudoun County board to postpone the games.
NEWS
January 31, 2002
Roundup - HCC loses to Prince George's WOMEN'S HOOPS LARGO, Md. - Maggie Robinson had 23 points, but Hagerstown Community College dropped a 73-69 decision to Prince George's in a Maryland JuCo Conference game on Wednesday. HCC (69) Gantt 2, Mason 9, Blevins 8, Pulieri 2, Taylor 2, Robinson 23, Whipp 2, Curley 8, Myers 3, Parson 2, Fowlkes 8. Totals: 25 15-26 69. PGCC (73) Davis 19, Mascetti 12, Brown 13, McClain 9, Delrey 1, Harris 9, Maddox 10 Totals: 27 15-21 73. Halftime - Prince George's 35-31.
NEWS
May 7, 2001
HCC softball sweeps to region title Region XX Softball Championship Series At Prince George's Game 1 HCC 5, Prince George's 1 HCC1000400-573 P. George's0010000-123 Cook and Moats. Mascetti and Fadli. WP - Cook, 16-3. LP - Mascetti. Game 2 HCC 10, Prince George's 6 HCC2035000-10134 P. George's1101003-653 Reed, Cook (1) and Moats. Hebb and Fadli. WP - Cook, 17-3. LP - Hebb. LARGO, Md. - Andria Cook, despite pitching a complete game in Game 1, told her coaches to use her in Game 2 if they needed.
NEWS
April 22, 2001
Local roundup - HCC sweeps Prince George's to reach 20 wins CATONSVILLE, Md. - P.J. Hiser scored the winning run in the opener and blasted a three-run home run in the nightcap Sunday to lead Hagerstown Community College to a 6-5, 7-4 sweep of Community College of Baltimore-Catonsville, giving the Hawks thier 20th win of the season. HCC moved to 20-5 overall and 8-0 in the Maryland JuCo Conference. In the opener, Hiser reached on a two-base error in the fifth before scoring on Regan Smith's RBI single to break a 5-5 tie with the winning run. Hiser finished with two hits and two RBI while Trey Cobb added a pair of hits.
NEWS
February 25, 2001
HCC women bounced out of Maryland JuCo Tournament McHENRY, Md. - Prince George's got more and it was enough to beat Hagerstown Community College Saturday in the first round of the Maryland JuCo Conference tournament at Garrett Community College. The third-seeded Owls got more foul shots, more rebounds and more points off those rebounds to translate to the difference in a 69-64 victory over the Hawks. HCC (18-8) turned a 27-25 halftime lead into a seven-point advantage early in the second half.
NEWS
December 12, 2000
Roundup: Hawks turned away by Prince George's Co. WOMEN'S BASKETBALL LARGO, Md. - Hagerstown Community College could not hold onto its halftime lead in a 65-59 loss at Prince George's HCC coach Marlys Palmer said the key came in the second half. "(Brooke) Russ fouled out with about eight minutes to go, then she got a technical and they made their free throws," she said. "They didn't take the lead then, but it fueled their comeback. " Russ, HCC's top rebounder and free-throw shooter, picked up two fouls in the first half and sat down.
NEWS
September 14, 2000
HCC upsets No. 7 PGCC LARGO, Md. - Brian Eichelberger scored off a direct kick midway through the first half as the Hagerstown Community College men's soccer team defeated nationally ranked Prince George's 1-0 Wednesday in a Maryland JuCo game. The Owls (3-1) entered the game undefeated and were No. 7 in the National Junior College Athletic Association poll. HCC improved to 2-2. Eichelberger scored on a set play, receiving the direct kick after a foul and unloading a one-touch shot past Prince George's goalkeeper Jonathan Maceda.
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