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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | March 4, 2011
First the ladder, then the scissors and then one by one, South Hagerstown players took turn clipping the net as a personal momento of their achievement on Friday. South Hagerstown withstood a solid challenge from Quince Orchard for a 54-48 victory to win the Maryland 3A West Region championship. Now the Rebels (21-3) can enjoy their laurels for a bit before refocusing for the next task: The state semifinals on Thursday at 5 p.m. against Centennial at the University of Maryland’s Comcast Center.
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By ANDREW MASON | andrewm@herald-mail.com | January 8, 2011
Eight Washington County wrestlers won their semifinal bouts this morning at North Hagerstown's 24th annual Hub Cup to advance to this evening's championship finals, which begin at 6:30 p.m. Williamsport, which led the 18-team field with 148.5 points at the conclusion of the semis, has four finalists — Bobby Ardinger (135 pounds), Kemper Baker (140), Zach Shoemaker (152) and Reggie Russ (171). Two-time defending champ Waynesboro, which has five finalists, was in second place with 135 points.
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May 9, 2001
Area strong in 1A South - MPSSAA unveils state brackets Monocacy Valley Athletic League champion Brunswick took the top seed in the Class 1A South bracket as the MPSSAA announced its softball and baseball brackets on Tuesday evening. The Railroaders (17-3) will play Smithsburg at home in the quarterfinal round on Monday. Boonsboro hosts Oakland Mills and Catoctin travels to South Hagerstown in other quarterfinal action. HEIGHT="6" ALT=" "> In softball, current MVAL co-leader Catoctin took the top seed in the 1A South regional behind its 14-3 record.
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December 11, 2006
BOYS BASKETBALL St. James 61, Bishop Walsh 60 CUMBERLAND, Md. - Spencer Draper's only three points of the game came on a 3-pointer at the buzzer that gave St. James (2-2) a hard-fought victory over Bishop Walsh on Saturday. Mike Russ had 28 points, 13 rebounds and four assists while T.K. Washington added 12 points and 10 rebounds. Draper had five assists for the Saints. GIRLS BASKETBALL Chambersburg 61, Williamsport 45 CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Allee Rife had a triple-double, recording 11 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists to lead Chambersburg over Williamsport.
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By CHRIS CARTER | January 15, 2006
Greencastle-Antrim's Conrad Myers met his match in wrestling style at the Hub Cup Invitational on Saturday night. The Blue Devils' undefeated junior is yet to meet his match in wrestling talent. Myers was forced to change his usual technique, but made the transition smoothly to earn a 15-6 major decision over Mike Mascio of Quince Orchard to win the 152-pound championship. "(Mascio) mirrors me. He's the same type of wrestler as I am," Myers said. "He takes his shots like I do, but he shoots left and I shoot right.
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November 12, 2006
Boys Class 1A Teams (15): 1. Clear Spring 52; 2. Northern Garrett 95; 3. Smithsburg 130. Runners (117): 1. Ryan Bowser (NG) 16:54; 3. Corey Centofonti (Sm) 17:32; 4. Mike Lilley (Williamsport) 17:34; 7. Justin Cole (Wi) 17:56; 8. Dustin Adams (CS) 18:00; 10. Ben Courter (CS) 18:09; 13. Cory Horton (CS) 18:25; 19. Justin Grove (CS) 18:38; 24. David Wilson (Sm) 18:46; 25. Ryan Shifler (CS) 18:47; 46. Matt Shriver (Sm) 19:56; 47. Casey Bauer (Sm) 19:58; 50. Zach Cross (Sm)
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by ANDREW MASON | January 10, 2003
andrewm@herald-mail.com Sure, Walkersville recently won the prestigious Damascus Tournament, is 9-0 in dual meets and currently ranked as the state's No. 8 tourney team by the Maryland State Wrestling Association. Paint Branch is 12th on the same rankings list and Quince Orchard is 13th. All three powers will be on hand this weekend at North Hagerstown for the 16th annual Hub Cup Invitational - which begins today at 5 p.m. - and are, obviously, the apparent favorites.
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By JACK HILL III | Staff Correspondent | March 2, 2011
The South Hagerstown Rebels picked up their 20th win of the season Wednesday night at home, defeating the Kennedy Cavaliers 54-42 in a Maryland Class 3A West region boys basketball semifinal game. Top-seeded South Hagerstown (20-3) will host second-seeded Quince Orchard in the region final Friday night. “It was a good win,” South coach Kevin Naylor said. “The team is showing character, and that is what we need at this point of the season. The individualism is gone and we are playing as a team.
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by CHRIS CARTER/Staff Correspondent | January 13, 2007
North Hagerstown's Josh Borland has two individual goals for the conclusion of the Hub Cup Invitational today. The Hubs senior hopes to avenge one of his two losses this season and he wants to cap his North career with a Hub Cup championship. He'll have a chance to do both if he can get past Ben Minturn of Damascus in the 171-pound semifinals this morning. That would land him in the championship finals, likely against top-seed Mike Mascio of Quince Orchard, who must beat Greencastle-Antrim's Dale Nichols in the other semifinal.
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By WILL ROBINSON | Staff Correspondent | February 23, 2013
Four wrestlers from North Hagerstown and South Hagerstown qualified for the Maryland Class 4A-3A state tournament during the second day of the West regional tournament Saturday. Amont Hawkins (182 pounds) and Gene Balcita (138) finished third in their weight classes for the Hubs. Hawkins defeated Matt Roberts of Sherwood 9-1 in the first round of the consolation bracket and Byron Johnson of Northwest 10-2 in the second round before pinning James Kalavritinos in 5:34 to take third.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | March 4, 2011
First the ladder, then the scissors and then one by one, South Hagerstown players took turn clipping the net as a personal momento of their achievement on Friday. South Hagerstown withstood a solid challenge from Quince Orchard for a 54-48 victory to win the Maryland 3A West Region championship. Now the Rebels (21-3) can enjoy their laurels for a bit before refocusing for the next task: The state semifinals on Thursday at 5 p.m. against Centennial at the University of Maryland’s Comcast Center.
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By JACK HILL III | Staff Correspondent | March 2, 2011
The South Hagerstown Rebels picked up their 20th win of the season Wednesday night at home, defeating the Kennedy Cavaliers 54-42 in a Maryland Class 3A West region boys basketball semifinal game. Top-seeded South Hagerstown (20-3) will host second-seeded Quince Orchard in the region final Friday night. “It was a good win,” South coach Kevin Naylor said. “The team is showing character, and that is what we need at this point of the season. The individualism is gone and we are playing as a team.
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By ANDREW MASON | andrewm@herald-mail.com | January 8, 2011
Eight Washington County wrestlers won their semifinal bouts this morning at North Hagerstown's 24th annual Hub Cup to advance to this evening's championship finals, which begin at 6:30 p.m. Williamsport, which led the 18-team field with 148.5 points at the conclusion of the semis, has four finalists — Bobby Ardinger (135 pounds), Kemper Baker (140), Zach Shoemaker (152) and Reggie Russ (171). Two-time defending champ Waynesboro, which has five finalists, was in second place with 135 points.
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January 13, 2008
BOYS BASKETBALL Flint Hill 84, St. James 65 FLINT HILL (10-3, 3-1) Parkert 3, Stanky 7, Howard 4, Stewart 8, Lockhart 2, D'Onoforo 7, Glover 22, Moore 10, Swinley 6, Garnett 2, Herling 12, Delao 1. Totals 31 17-22 84. ST. JAMES (6-5, 1-3) Draper 4, Russ 14, Farquhar 14, Barr 9, Washington 7, McWilliams 2, Rosignano 2, Zimmerman 9, Dunbar 4. Totals 20 21-31 65. Flint Hill 23 16 25 20 - 84 St. James 6 15 15 29 - 65 3-point goals - Flint Hill 5 (Glover 4, Herling)
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December 10, 2007
BOYS BASKETBALL Goretti bounces Mercersburg MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Kevin Breslin hit 14 of 19 shots to lead St. Maria Goretti over Mercersburg Academy, 58-48, on Sunday. Breslin scored 15 points in the third period when Goretti (3-1) outscored the Blue Storm (2-2) 22-13 to pad its 21-16 halftime lead. Breslin's career high 37 points was capped off with another 11 points in the fourth period. Breslin had a team-high eight rebounds and three steals, John Duhring had six rebounds and five assists and Nic Martin added five rebounds and three assists coming off the bench.
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by CHRIS CARTER/Staff Correspondent | January 13, 2007
North Hagerstown's Josh Borland has two individual goals for the conclusion of the Hub Cup Invitational today. The Hubs senior hopes to avenge one of his two losses this season and he wants to cap his North career with a Hub Cup championship. He'll have a chance to do both if he can get past Ben Minturn of Damascus in the 171-pound semifinals this morning. That would land him in the championship finals, likely against top-seed Mike Mascio of Quince Orchard, who must beat Greencastle-Antrim's Dale Nichols in the other semifinal.
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November 12, 2006
Boys Class 1A Teams (15): 1. Clear Spring 52; 2. Northern Garrett 95; 3. Smithsburg 130. Runners (117): 1. Ryan Bowser (NG) 16:54; 3. Corey Centofonti (Sm) 17:32; 4. Mike Lilley (Williamsport) 17:34; 7. Justin Cole (Wi) 17:56; 8. Dustin Adams (CS) 18:00; 10. Ben Courter (CS) 18:09; 13. Cory Horton (CS) 18:25; 19. Justin Grove (CS) 18:38; 24. David Wilson (Sm) 18:46; 25. Ryan Shifler (CS) 18:47; 46. Matt Shriver (Sm) 19:56; 47. Casey Bauer (Sm) 19:58; 50. Zach Cross (Sm)
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