October 7, 2003
While the top dog remains the same in The Herald Mail's Super 7 this week, several spots were shuffled in the poll. Martinsburg continued its unanimous post at the top after pounding Hammond, 69-14, while North Hagerstown became a unanimous No. 2 after roaring through Boonsboro, 34-14 for its fifth straight win to move up from third place. Frederick (3-2) made the biggest jump of all, moving into third place from seventh following its 10-7 upset win over previously unbeaten and second-ranked Walkersville (4-1)
April 8, 2002
Baseball 1. Chambersburg5-01 2. Greencastle6-05 3. Jefferson11-42 4. Boonsboro6-06 5. Clear Spring6-09 6. Waynesboro3-34 7. Walkersville4-23 8. Hedgesville5-2- 9. Martinsburg7-3- 10. Brunswick3-38 Also: Thomas Johnson (2-3), Catoctin (4-3), St. John's at Prospect Hall (7-1), Goretti (4-4). Softball 1. Chambersburg3-01 2. Frederick3-12 3. Catoctin5-03 4. Martinsburg8-46 5. Berk. Springs7-37 6. Middletown3-14 7. Musselman8-35 8. J. Buchanan4-1- 9. So. Fulton3-1- 10. T. Johnson1-29 Also: Waynesboro (2-3)
December 22, 2003
BOYS BASKETBALL HOLLIDAYSBURG, Pa. - D.J. Carcieri and Joe Mazzulla each scored 16 points to lead Bishop Hendrickson (R.I.) to a 63-49 win over No. 8 St. John's at Prospect Hall in the third-place game at the Hollidaysburg Roundball Classic on Sunday. Al Sowers hit four 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 21 points for the Vikings (5-4). Corey Dorsey added 11 points for St. John's-PH. In the semifinals Saturday, the Vikings fell 52-45 to Calvert Hall. Sowers led St. John's-PH with 17 points.
October 4, 2004
COLLEGE FOOTBALL Shepherd University linebacker Demar Atwood and Glenville State linebacker Jacquez Taylor were named the WVIAC Defensive Players of the Week on Sunday. Atwood had 18 tackles, including eight solo stops and three tackles for loss, two of which were sacks, in the Rams' 34-0 win Saturday over West Virginia State. Taylor had 16 tackles and returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown in the Pioneers' 42-16 win over WVU Tech. BOYS SOCCER No. 3 Martinsburg 4, Elkins 3 MARTINSBURG, W.Va.
December 18, 1999
MERCERSBURG, Pa. - St. John's at Prospect Hall boys basketball coach said he didn't blame St. James for starting in a zone defense Saturday. Saints coach Wayne Ridenour didn't feel he had much of a choice. cont. from sports page As it turned out, the Vikings were the ones in a zone, jumping out to a 15-point first-quarter lead on the way to a 57-38 victory on the final day of the Mercersburg Rotary Showcase Classic. "They scouted us against Gwynn Lake (a 71-50 loss Friday)
March 11, 1997
By SHELDON SHEALER Staff Writer FREDERICK, Md. - The face at the top will change, but the commitment will remain the same. Steve Kennedy, who built St. John's at Prospect Hall into a nationally ranked girls program from nothing in five years, resigned Monday to pursue other interests, he said. Athletic director David Owens said a search for a new coach will begin immediately and he wants the high profile to continue. "We'll still have the same goals - strive for excellence and maintain our commitment to the program," Owens said.
December 30, 2000
Local Roundup - St. John's falls in fifth-place game BOYS BASKETBALL FAIRMONT, W.Va. - Robert C. Byrd hit all nine of its field goal attempts in the fourth quarter and knocked off St. John's at Prospect Hall 61-52 in the fifth-place game of the West Virginia Shootout on Saturday. Adama Diggs led the Vikings with 19 points and added six rebounds, while Carlos Martinez had 14 points and a team-high 10 rebounds. ROBERT C. BYRD (61) Ross 7, Shade 6, Coleman 12, Barberia 12, Defazio 12, Beltri 4, Buffey 2, Frazier 6. Totals 23 14-15 61. ST. JOHN'S-PROSPECT HALL (52)
March 19, 2004
PREP BASEBALL St. John's-PH 11, Sidwell Friends 7 FREDERICK, Md. - Jeremy Hess homered, Scott Ritter had a double and four RBI and Brett Mitchell and Roger O'Donoghue each doubled as St. John's at Prospect Hall (2-0) beat Sidwell Friends. COLLEGE BASEBALL Allegany 9, HCC 2 Zach Barkdoll and Steve Von Bloch had RBI singles for Hagerstown Community College (8-5). COLLEGE SOFTBALL Shepherd 11-4, Davis & Elkins 3-1 SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va.
November 4, 2003
Martinsburg, North Hagerstown and Walkersville were voted 1-2-3 on each of the eight ballots cast for this week's Herald-Mail Super 7 football poll. The Bulldogs (10-0) completed a perfect regular season by blanking Musselman, 48-0. The Hubs (9-0) remained undefeated with a 35-6 drubbing of Smithsburg, while the Lions (7-2) dismissed Century, 41-14. Frederick (5-4) moved up one spot to No. 4 after a 62-0 thumping of North Carroll, while Catoctin (6-3) fell one spot to No. 5 after the Cougars' 32-6 loss to South Carroll.