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NEWS
March 12, 2013
The following Frederick County, Md., students were named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Salisbury University: Brunswick, Md. - Devon Clark Frederick, Md. - Corey Blain, Megan Brown, Caroline Bunch, Lindsay Clark, Maxwell Coats, Taylor Cohagan, Megan Cohen, Rickey Crum, Vincent Darrah, Laura Devlin, John Donoghue, Justin Finucane, Ashlyn Gray, Jeremy Harbaugh, Linsey Hill, Karla Jaramillo, Stepahnie Jarosik, Karen Johnson, Stacey...
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SPORTS
By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | July 27, 2012
West Salisbury had a three-tool game on Friday night that got them a state trophy. Timely hitting, solid pitching and a concrete wall of defense all came together to give West Salisbury a 4-1 victory over Brunswick and the championship of the Maryland 11-12 State Little Tournament. West Salisbury, also the state champion in 2003 and 2007, will move on to the Mid-Atlantic Regional in Bristol, Conn., and begin play Aug. 4 against Delaware. “We came into the tournament with high expectations,” said manager Frank DelGaudio.
OBITUARIES
June 10, 2012
James Salisbury Clark, 84, of Hagerstown, died Saturday, June 9, 2012, at Julia Manor Nursing Home. Family will receive friends Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Douglas A. Fiery Funeral Home, Hagerstown. A Mass of Christian burial will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Hagerstown, with the Rev. James Nirappel officiating. Burial will be in St. Anthony's Church Cemetery, Columbus Grove, Ohio.
OBITUARIES
December 21, 2011
Anna Lee Trader, 85, of Salisbury, died Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011, at Atria Assisted Living.   She is survived by her daughter, Sherri Hynes of Salisbury; her companion of 25 years, Alfred Huffer Jr., and his children, Lisa (Greg) Harbaugh and their son, Zachary, and Andreas (Becky) Huffer; brother-in-law, John “Jack” Trader, and his daughter, Trish (James) Sams and their children, Tristan and Brandon; niece, Judy Ames and her children, Kit Dennis and Kevin (Sheila) Dennis, and their children, Graham and Kristen; and several cousins.
SPORTS
By MARK KELLER | keller@herald-mail.com | December 10, 2011
One way football coaches categorize football players - according to Boonsboro's Clayton Anders - is whether they have a motor. Count Warriors defensive end J.R. Lowery in that group. “He definitely has that,” Anders said of Lowery. “He's relentless. He just has the relentless spirit within him that he's going to wear people out.” Lowery wore out opposing offenses in 2011, leading Washington County in tackles and tackles for losses and helping elevate Boonsboro from also-rans a year ago back into the playoffs.
EDUCATION
July 11, 2011
Maryland’s Teachers of the Year come from many regions and backgrounds, and teach varied subjects at different grade levels. This year, however, many of them have one thing in common: a Salisbury University degree. Nine Salisbury University alumni have been named Teachers of the Year in counties statewide for 2011-12, the most of any higher education institution represented in the state. In all, more than one in three of this year’s honorees are Sea Gulls, including Katharine Long of Washington County.
EDUCATION
June 27, 2011
Hilary Leas, daughter of Doug and Terri Leas of Smithsburg, received the Penelope Jarman Memorial Scholarship at the 2011 Honors Convocation at Salisbury University. The scholarship is given in memory of Penelope Jarman for her interest and love of early childhood education to an elementary major seeking early childhood certification, and who has demonstrated commitment to working with young children through scholarship and involvement in related activities. Leas is a senior majoring in early childhood and elementary education.
EDUCATION
June 6, 2011
Ryan Shifler, son of Michael and Beth Shifler of Hagerstown, received the Most Promising Mathematician Award at the spring honors convocation at Salisbury University. The award is presented annually to mathematics majors who have a 3.0 grade-point average or better and who have been judged by a consensus of full-time faculty in the department to show the most promise in mathematics. Shifler is a senior majoring in mathematics.   He is a member of the cross country and track and field teams, Pi Mu Epsilon and Chi Alpha Sigma.
NEWS
By TIM KOELBLE | July 27, 2009
MAUGANSVILLE -- At least Hancock had the good feeling of qualifying for the Maryland State Junior League Tournament. Hancock's quick turnaround into the losers' bracket didn't come out any better on Monday after its opening 10-0 loss to Thurmont a day earlier. It didn't take long to realize the end was near. West Salisbury pummeled Hancock for nine runs in the first inning and went on to a 17-1 victory in 4 1/2 innings at Maugansville. That eliminated Hancock and moved West Salisbury into a key matchup against Elkton, an easy winner over South Baltimore, tonight at 5:30.
NEWS
June 13, 2009
PREP TRACK & FIELD Several Washington County athletes, who were seniors this spring, plan to compete at the collegiate level as freshmen next school year. Boonsboro boys: Jordan Acton (Salisbury), Jordan Garver (Hagerstown CC), Steve Kopp (Hagerstown CC), Colby Martin (Shenandoah), Scott Rice (Mount St. Mary's). Boonsboro girls: Danielle Brown (Shenandoah), Katie Marshall (Salisbury). Clear Spring boys: Mitch Blevins (Hagerstown CC), Cory Horton (St. Francis)
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