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by JACK HILL III | February 18, 2004
BOONSBORO - Jessica Ambrose scored 13 points, including 12 on 3-pointers, and Boonsboro walked away with a 50-42 MVAL Antietam girls basketball victory over Brunswick on Tuesday, handing Boonsboro coach Bernie Semler his first win ever over the Railroaders. "That is the first time that we have beaten Brunswick since I have been coach," Semler said. "The last time that we played them, they beat us by 26 points. So this was a good win for us. This is the first time in 10 years that we have gotten nine wins.
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By MARK KELLER | April 29, 1998
by Ric Dugan / staff photographer see the enlargement North Hagerstown assistant coach Todd Webster said he pities the team the Hubs are facing when they decide to play seven innings of good baseball. Unfortunately, for Webster and the Hubs, No. 6 Brunswick was not that team on Tuesday. --cont. from front page-- The Railroaders erased a three-run deficit by scoring three runs in both the fourth and fifth innings on their way to a 7-5 Monocacy Valley Athletic League win at North.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | April 23, 2004
kauffman@herald-mail.com BRUNSWICK, Md. - When Chris and Jessica Shullenbarger "took the plunge" into coaching the Brunswick softball team last year, it barely registered a blip. Then again, nothing about the Railroaders' program registered a blip. In the three seasons prior to the Shullenbargers' arrival, Brunswick won a total of 13 games. "The Brunswick reputation made it acceptable to be bad," senior Heather Termohlen said before Monday's game against Clear Spring.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | February 28, 2004
kauffman@herald-mail.com CLEAR SPRING - If only Brunswick girls basketball coach Bill Martin could package Leah McCallum's performance Friday into a box and open it back up against Catoctin on Monday. McCallum dominated Clear Spring in a Maryland Class 1A West first-round playoff game, scoring 20 points, grabbing 17 rebounds, forcing seven steals and blocking three shots as the Railroaders steamed past the Blazers 71-24 to set up a home date with Catoctin in the quarterfinals.
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by BOB PARASILITI | February 12, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com The No. 2 South Hagerstown boys basketball team turned coach Bob Starkey into a man of few words on Wednesday. In fact, it was so quiet in the Rebels' huddle, you started to look for the volume control buttons. "In the first three timeouts Brunswick called, I didn't say anything," Starkey said. "I just said, 'You are playing good defense.'" That was more than enough coaching on this night. South Hagerstown befuddled Brunswick with its pressure half-court defense to force turnover after turnover as the Rebels easily derailed the visitors in an 86-39 MVAL Antietam victory.
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By TIM KOELBLE | October 8, 2005
koelble@herald-mail.com BRUNSWICK, Md. With Friday's daylong rain, one might have thought there were hurricane remnants blowing through the Brunswick area during the evening hours. In reality, it was "Hurricane Eric," aka Eric Zwilsky that produced the main gusts, storming for 192 yards on 32 carries and a pair of touchdowns as the Railroaders (3-2, 2-0) cut down North Hagerstown 21-7 on a wet and muddy, but very playable field in an MVAL Antietam matchup. "The last two years (North)
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December 19, 2003
BOYS BASKETBALL BRUNSWICK, Md. - Brunswick outscored Linganore 16-4 in the fourth quarter and the Railroaders stunned the previously unbeaten Lancers 52-49 on Thursday. Brunswick (2-3) was perfect from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter, going 4-for-4 - including two key shots by Craig Wachter that put the Railroaders up three points with 11 seconds remaining. Jason Anderson had a game-high 21 points - eight in the fourth quarter - and added 14 rebounds, while Chad Baker hauled in eight rebounds and Craig Wachter and Cody Hickerson each dished out five assists in the win. Leif Jackson had 16 points and Joe Alexander had 14 for the Lancers (3-1)
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by CHRIS CARTER / Staff Correspondent | March 1, 2007
BOONSBORO - The more physical play got inside for Boonsboro center Amy Rhoderick on Tuesday night, the more motivated she became. The Warriors senior constantly fought through the outstretched arms of Brunswick's players in the paint to control the boards while posting a double-double for a 71-44 victory in a Maryland Class 1A West East Sectional semifinal. Rhoderick finished with 13 points and a season-high 16 rebounds for the Warriors, who will face Williamsport in the section final Thursday at 5:30 at North Hagerstown.
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By TIM KOELBLE | April 25, 2009
SMITHSBURG -- Smithsburg tagged Brunswick's Ryan Derr with seven hits -- more than he'd given up in a game all season -- through five innings, but the No. 5 Leopards couldn't deliver the clutch hit they needed in crunch time Friday. Derr, who had only given up as many as six hits once and has a no-hitter on his resumé this year, bore down in the final two innings to hold off the Leopards 6-5 in an MVAL Antietam battle. "He's a senior veteran and you expect him to come through," said Brunswick coach Roger Dawson.
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By LARRY YANOS | October 6, 2007
BRUNSWICK, Md. - Friday's MVAL Antietam football game between Williamsport and Brunswick had more twists and turns than a mystery novel. When the final chapter was written, the Wildcats slipped past the Railroaders, 14-13. But it wasn't easy. Williamsport's Cortez Boyce scored on a 75-yard punt return with 1:32 remaining in the fourth quarter and Jeff Haney booted the extra point. The kick proved to be the margin of victory and gave Williamsport its first three-game winning streak since 1999.
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