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February 24, 2012
Friday, February 25, 2012 BOYS BASKETBALL SAINT JAMES - Saint James beat regular-season Mid-Atlantic Conference chamipons Sidwell Friends for the second time in the same week as the Saints prevailed 77-72 in the MAC tournament semi-finals. Saint James will play Potomac - a 60-56 winner over Maret in the other semifinal game - tonight at 5 in an attempt to avenge two regular-season losses. Obi Enechionyia led the Saints (17-9) with 28 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks.
SPORTS
February 1, 2011
Tuesday, February 1, 2011   BOYS BASKETBALL Sidwell Friends 80, Saint James 58 ST. JAMES — Josh Hart helped Sidwell Friends shred every defense Saint James had to offer by scoring 27 points in an 80-58 Mid Atlantic Conference victory on Tuesday. Sidwell Friends led 22-6 after one quarter as the Saints (10-7, 3-5) went from at 3-2 zone to a 1-3-1 to man defense to no avail. Avery Wilmore led Saint James with 22 points and seven assists, while Alex Wheeler had 15 points and Leonard Livingston had 10 rebounds.
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February 8, 2012
Wednesday, February 8, 2012 PREP WRESTLING IPSL Championships Saint James 61, MSD 18 at SAINT JAMES 138 - John Ludwick (SJ) fft.; 145 - Tom Rocca (SJ) fft.; 152 - Johnny Stephens (SJ) p. Sam Lundquist,  0:38; 160 - Henry Smith (SJ) fft.; 170 - Nerville Nde (MSD) p. Andy Collins, 2:24; 182 - Kendal Fosbaugh (SJ) fft.; 195 - Zach Israel (MSD) p. Leighton Younger, 2:22; 220 - Robert Moody (MSD) fft.; 285 - Brady Burker (SJ) p. Ryan Carr, 0:13; 106 - Omair Akmal (SJ)
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By JACK HILL III | Staff Correspondent | September 24, 2011
ST. JAMES - To put it mildly, things did not air out too well for the Saint James football team on Saturday afternoon. The Saints used two quarterbacks and they combined to throw five interceptions in a 26-13 loss to Atlantic Shores Christian School. “We started a little slow,” Saint James coach Juwuane Sandridge said. “Once we relaxed and played good football, it turned out to be a pretty good game. We just had too many interceptions. Our guys did not give up and they kept fighting throughout the entire ballgame.” Senior quarterback Garfield Christie had 140 passing yards, 112 rushing yards and two touchdowns for Atlantic Shores (2-2)
SPORTS
October 15, 2011
Saturday, October 15, 2011 BOYS SOCCER ST. JAMES - Kris Robins had three goals and two assists to lead Washington to a 5-4 victory over Saint James on Saturday. Daniel Bouchoc had a goal and an assist and Tyler Brandenburg added a goal for the Patriots, who led 4-1 at halftime. Seung Gon Yoo scored all four of the Saints' goals, while Ben Louderback had two assists and Thomas Rocca added an assist. Alden Roth had eight saves and Ryan Brandenburg had three saves for Washington.
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May 15, 2011
Sunday, May 15, 2011 BOYS LACROSSE McLEAN, Va. — Potomac School scored the winning goal with about 2:30 left to capture the Mid-Atlantic Conference championship in an 11-10 thriller against Saint James on Sunday. Saint James (12-7) held a 9-7 lead entiering the fourth quarter, but Potomac scored the first three goals of the period to take a 10-9 lead. The Saints tied it at 10, but Potomac found the net one final time. Jamie Peterson scored three goals to lead Saint James.
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By JACK HILL III | Staff Correspondent | December 13, 2012
The Clear Spring Blazers used defense and clutch rebounding to defeat the Saint James Saints 31-20 on Thursday night in a Washington County high school girls basketball game. “We just hustled well and played good defense on the perimeter,” Clear Spring coach Bill McIntire said. “We got key rebounds. We were just trying to deny the ball everywhere. The first quarter defense was excellent. That is what kept us in there.” Sophomore point guard Isabel Forsman scored a team-high eight points and had three assists for the Blazers (2-1)
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January 31, 2012
Jim Fahey has been named Director of Athletics at Saint James School, beginning for the 2012-13 academic year, the school announced in a press release Tuesday. The Hagerstown resident replaces Chris Milmoe, who will continue to serve as the Saints' AD for the remainder of the 2011-12 academic year. Milmoe has decided to pursue a Master's degree in Athletic Administration. Fahey has been the Saints' JV boys basketball coach for the past six years. His two children - Austin and Madison - attend Saint James, and wife Sue helps with the school's strength and conditioning program.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | May 14, 2013
The Saint James boys basketball program has its new head coach, and he comes from a school with a national background. After 11 years as an assistant coach at Montrose Christian, Dan Prete is ready to once again guide his own program. Saints athletic director Jim Fahey announced that Prete, 43, was his choice from a pool of applicants to succeed Paul Easton, who resigned following two years. “We are super excited to get a coach of his caliber,” Fahey said. “He comes highly recommended.
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September 10, 2013
Tuesday, September 10, 2013 PREP VOLLEYBALL Heritage 3, Shalom 2 MARION, Pa. - Chloe Prejean had five kills, 27 digs, 38 assists, 19 service points, four aces and four blocks and Heritage Academy pulled out a five-set 25-20, 25-9, 23-25, 23-25, 15-5 victory over Shalom Christian to remain undefeated in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference. Nicole Gaylor had 33 digs, Ashton Hinnant had 18 kills and seven blocks, Christi Jackson had 12 kills and five blocks, Hannah Barnes had 16 digs, 20 service points and three aces, Hannah Gaylor had 11 digs and nine service points and Hannah Muller had 13 digs and six service points for the Eagles (6-0, 5-0)
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | September 9, 2013
Confronted with a college visitation schedule that would set his course for four years following graduation from high school, Obi Enechionyia made his choice where he will continue his academic and basketball affairs. The 6-foot-8 Saint James senior made a verbal commitment to Temple University, choosing the Philadelphia school immediately following his weekend visit rather than wait and make other visits. “I wanted to get the process done,” Enechionyia said. “I enjoyed the campus and it is a city kind of atmosphere.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | September 7, 2013
The one and only extra point that was converted on Saturday was the difference in a win or loss. Ryan Abbott's kick in the second quarter gave Saint James a 7-6 lead and ended up being the difference on a beautiful Saturday afternoon as the Saints presented head coach John Root with his first victory in a 13-12 nailbiter over Clear Spring. “It's nice to get the first win, but I'm more happy for the kids,” Root said. The effort was strong, but the results leading to the final were a little sloppy, especially in the second half.
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September 4, 2013
Wednesday, September 4, 2013 MEN'S SOCCER Matt Suddith, Jonah Smith, Bradley Coblentz and Kwasi Boateng Ameyaw each scored a goal as Hagerstown Community College won its Maryland JuCo Conference opener, blanking Cecil 4-0 on Wednesday at HCC. Akheem Riley and Patrick Creadick each had an assist and Adam Carrier had four saves for the shutout for the Hawks (2-0, 1-0). PREP GOLF North 167, Westminster 169, South Carroll 178 at River Downs, par 36 North Hagerstown: Drew Miguel 37, Kyle Moir 39, Dylan Cline 48, Hunter Martin 48. Westminster: Ryan Carey 38, Jordan McKelvin 40, Zach David 46, Jimmy Hancock 51. South Carroll: Olivia Zachman 42, Devin Hyatt 45, Cole Nickols 45, Sam Price 46. GIRLS SOCCER St. John's 4, Saint James 0 ST. JAMES - Nikki Jenkinson had eight saves for Saint James in a loss to St. John's Catholic Prep.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | August 31, 2013
The length of Saturday's game between Saint James and Central Maryland Christian caused the Saints players to hustle to the cafeteria for the daily 6 p.m. dinner hour. After 30 assessed penalties and a 40-minute lightning delay, a football game was finally completed on the new field turf at Saint James. Central Maryland Christian rallied in the last 10 minutes to hang a 28-17 loss on the Saints, spoiling the debut of head coach John Root. “It was a messy game, one of those things,” Root said.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | August 29, 2013
Now on the job for just over six weeks, Saint James head football coach John Root is beginning to set a new direction for Saints football. That new era begins Saturday afternoon when Root and his team take to the new field turf at Saint James in a home game against Central Maryland Christian. “Coming in late is tough for these kids,” Root said. “There were some players lost to graduation, so we've been looking back at tapes from last year. “The tapes will show us who can run, who can throw and who can catch.
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August 28, 2013
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 PREP GOLF Mid-Penn match At Greencastle Greens Team scores: Chambersburg 400, Waynesboro 459, Greencastle 478, James Buchanan 515, Gettysburg 526, Shippensburg 602. Chambersburg: Jordan Shaffer 73, Max Bell 75, Jesse Helman 78, Austin Green 85, Ian Patterson 89. Waynesboro: Tyler Bricker 74, Nick Franki 79, A.J. Sprenkle 98, Sam Franki 103, Garrett Eisenhauer 105. Greencastle: Hunter...
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | July 3, 2013
The fireworks going off today for John Root are in celebration of more than just the Fourth of July. Root also is celebrating his first job as a head football coach. Saint James athletic director Jim Fahey made the announcement on Wednesday that Root, 45, has been chosen to take over the Saints football program - left without a coach recently when Juwuane Sandridge resigned to take the offensive coordinator spot at North Hagerstown. “We are very happy to get him,” Fahey said of Root, who's married and the father of a boy and girl.
EDUCATION
June 10, 2013
Saint James School, Hagerstown, held its commencement exercises June 2. There were 39 graduates. Tri-State area graduates, along with prizes won, included: Omair Mumtaz Akmal , Hagerstown, was awarded the Farah Science Prize for outstanding achievement in science and also was inducted into the Cum Laude Society. Sarah Bush Dewitt , Middletown, Md., was awarded the Henry Kyd Douglas Prize for English Composition and the Prize for Excellence in French, given in memory of Thomas E.W. Durrans.
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