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March 25, 2009
The following students were chosen Students of the Month for March at Salem Avenue Elementary School; row one, Ryan Clark, Hayleigh Burgey, Rebecca Griggs, Jewelia Curry, Alonso Jimenez, Taylor Davies, Kira Hartley, Dylan Harnish, Haylee Stottelmyer and Alissa Stottlemyer; row two, Tiffany Kitchen, Spenser Covert, Christopher Abissi, Kaitlyn Young, Sandu Salcutan, Jamyra Green, Olivia Beane, Tysin Lewis, Tiffany Kline, Briana Pompell and Jade Parson;...
EDUCATION
November 18, 2012
Western Heights Middle School First marking period Distinguished honor roll Grade six - Dilyara Akhmedova, Kylie Albertson, Alexis Augustin, Ryckel Bean, Geraldine Betancur, Jazel Bullard, Asiamarie Carbaugh, Ryan Clark, India Cosley, Luke Coulter, Taliah Hodges, Tyree Jones, Claire Knepper, Lena Lanza, William Neal, Amaya Shirley, Gabriella Smith, Seth Stuller, Kiera Vandyke, Shaylin Youngerman, Ian Barb, Anthony Lyles,...
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by MARIE GILBERT | June 17, 2007
HALFWAY - There was no mistaking his allegiance. Wearing a Hines Ward jersey and holding a Terrible Towel, Brad Byers had to be a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. Byers came straight from his overnight shift at a local warehouse to stand in line on Saturday at Valley Mall for autographs from four current Steelers. Admitting he was tired, he quickly brushed it off. "I can sleep tomorrow," Byers said. "The Steelers are in town. " Unfortunately, he was wrong. As Steeler Nation converged on the mall, word spread that the noon autograph session with defensive backs Anthony Smith and Ryan Clark had been canceled.
SPORTS
June 12, 2013
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 ADULT BASEBALL Martinsburg Blue Sox 11, Hagerstown Braves 6 MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The Blue Sox used a five-run rally in the bottom of the sixth to break open a tied game and beat the Braves on Tuesday night. Martinsburg rapped out 16 hits compared to Hagerstown's 12. Garrett Sanders had two hits and two RBIs to lead the Braves. Trevor Cobb, Kevin Brashears, Dan Cunningham and Drew DeShong each added two hits. Kent Worthington struck out nine in five innings in a no-decision.
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By MARIE GILBERT | June 16, 2007
There was no mistaking his allegiance. Wearing a Hines Ward jersey and holding a Terrible Towel, Brad Byers had to be a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. Byers came straight from his overnight shift at a local warehouse to stand in line on Saturday at Valley Mall for autographs from four current Steelers. Admitting he was tired, he quickly brushed it off. "I can sleep tomorrow," Byers said. "The Steelers are in town. " Unfortunately, he was wrong. As Steeler Nation converged on the mall, word spread that the noon autograph session with defensive backs Anthony Smith and Ryan Clark had been canceled.
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By ANDREW SCHOTZ | August 4, 2007
Jon Witman's career NFL rushing total sounds like a good day for Jerome "The Bus" Bettis - 37 carries for 129 yards. But carrying the ball wasn't his job. As a blocking back, he crashed the line and wiped out defenders so Bettis, his Pittsburgh Steelers teammate, could gain yards. While signing autographs Saturday at Valley Mall, Witman - who last played for the Steelers six years ago - said he misses the camaraderie of the team and the thrill of Sunday games, but not the rigor of training camp.
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By ANDREW SCHOTZ | August 5, 2007
HALFWAY - Jon Witman's career NFL rushing total sounds like a good day for Jerome "The Bus" Bettis - 37 carries for 129 yards. But carrying the ball wasn't his job. As a blocking back, he crashed the line and wiped out defenders so Bettis, his Pittsburgh Steelers teammate, could gain yards. While signing autographs Saturday at Valley Mall, Witman - who last played for the Steelers six years ago - said he misses the camaraderie of the team and the thrill of Sunday games, but not the rigor of training camp.
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June 12, 2013
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 ADULT BASEBALL Martinsburg Blue Sox 11, Hagerstown Braves 6 MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The Blue Sox used a five-run rally in the bottom of the sixth to break open a tied game and beat the Braves on Tuesday night. Martinsburg rapped out 16 hits compared to Hagerstown's 12. Garrett Sanders had two hits and two RBIs to lead the Braves. Trevor Cobb, Kevin Brashears, Dan Cunningham and Drew DeShong each added two hits. Kent Worthington struck out nine in five innings in a no-decision.
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EDUCATION
November 18, 2012
Western Heights Middle School First marking period Distinguished honor roll Grade six - Dilyara Akhmedova, Kylie Albertson, Alexis Augustin, Ryckel Bean, Geraldine Betancur, Jazel Bullard, Asiamarie Carbaugh, Ryan Clark, India Cosley, Luke Coulter, Taliah Hodges, Tyree Jones, Claire Knepper, Lena Lanza, William Neal, Amaya Shirley, Gabriella Smith, Seth Stuller, Kiera Vandyke, Shaylin Youngerman, Ian Barb, Anthony Lyles,...
NEWS
October 15, 2009
Students of the Month at Salem Avenue were chosen by their teachers based on their attitude toward learning, respect and responsibility, attendance and homework completion. They are, row one, Mia Deagrella, Andrea Trumble, Janely Paulino, Kaylee Simpson, Seth Mowery, Ella Hammerbeck, Makenzie Keys, Haylee Stottlemyer, Aaliyah Davis and Ryan Clark; row two, Victoria Brown, Hope Doherty, Kiera Vandyke, Hannah Simmons, Katlin Salcutan, Hannah Cunningham, Amaya Shirley, Brian Brown, Karina Ortega, Masha Fellah and Toni Gatrell; and row three, Brandon Smith, Daniel Holmes, Dena Solieman, Keylin Colindres, Kaitlyn Barnes, Brittany Knott, Brianna Mills, Jackie Bladen and Benjamin Carbaugh.
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By MARIE GILBERT | April 4, 2009
HALFWAY -- He played in an era of greatness on a team that might have had the best defense in the history of the National Football League. Drafted in 1974 by the Pittsburgh Steelers, he possessed all the necessary ingredients for success: speed, range, durability and intensity. He was an intimidator who prowled the field in search of quarterbacks and helped to shape Pittsburgh's famed Steel Curtain. With four Super Bowl rings and a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Jack Lambert is recognized as one of the premier linebackers of his time.
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By ALAN ROBINSON | January 28, 2009
TAMPA, Fla. - Ryan Clark levels Willis McGahee and Wes Welker. Hines Ward breaks Keith Rivers' jaw. James Farrior stacks up Derrick Ward. The Pittsburgh Steelers don't deliberately try to injure opposing players. It's just that it happens sometimes when a team is taught to hit only two ways: Hard and harder. The Steelers are as physical as it gets in the NFL, and the Arizona Cardinals understand they must be prepared to match that hit-or-be-hit mentality if they want to win the Super Bowl.
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By ANDREW SCHOTZ | August 5, 2007
HALFWAY - Jon Witman's career NFL rushing total sounds like a good day for Jerome "The Bus" Bettis - 37 carries for 129 yards. But carrying the ball wasn't his job. As a blocking back, he crashed the line and wiped out defenders so Bettis, his Pittsburgh Steelers teammate, could gain yards. While signing autographs Saturday at Valley Mall, Witman - who last played for the Steelers six years ago - said he misses the camaraderie of the team and the thrill of Sunday games, but not the rigor of training camp.
NEWS
by MARIE GILBERT | June 17, 2007
HALFWAY - There was no mistaking his allegiance. Wearing a Hines Ward jersey and holding a Terrible Towel, Brad Byers had to be a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. Byers came straight from his overnight shift at a local warehouse to stand in line on Saturday at Valley Mall for autographs from four current Steelers. Admitting he was tired, he quickly brushed it off. "I can sleep tomorrow," Byers said. "The Steelers are in town. " Unfortunately, he was wrong. As Steeler Nation converged on the mall, word spread that the noon autograph session with defensive backs Anthony Smith and Ryan Clark had been canceled.
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