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By BOB PARASILITI | June 7, 2009
SAINT JAMES -- Numbers don't lie, but they don't always tell the whole truth. The figures give a great indication of why Saint James School's Jordan Barr and Caroline Salisbury are The Herald-Mail's All-County boys and girls lacrosse players of the year. Still, there is more to it. While the pair combined for 140 goals and 67 assists for the Saints' two successful teams, the two seniors have left indelible marks as they leave the Saint James campus for the final time. Barr and Salisbury have established standards that the Saints will use to strengthen the programs for years to come.
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By TIM KOELBLE | May 23, 2009
SAINT JAMES -- Caroline Salisbury will continue to expand on her lacrosse abilities at the college level much the same way she has done for the past four years at Saint James. Salisbury, the reigning Herald-Mail Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year and a candidate to repeat those honors this year, will attend Cornell University in the fall and play lacrosse on the Division I level. She will be the second Washington County athlete playing and studying at Cornell. Alex Tyler will be a senior on the Big Red men's basketball team.
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April 3, 2009
GIRLS LACROSSE SAINT JAMES -- Caroline Salisbury had eight goals and two assists to lead Saint James to a 19-7 victory over visiting Madeira on Friday. Margaret Bacon had four goals for the Saints (5-1), while Mary Bacon had three goals and an assist, Courtney Peterson had two goals and three assists, Anna Morrow had a goal and four assists, Rachel Herrera had a goal and an assist and Sarah Gosling had six saves. GIRLS SOCCER Heritage 6, Grace 0 Morgan McIntire had a hat trick, Stephanie O'Brien added two goals and Michelle Creswell scored a goal for Heritage Academy (3-0)
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February 21, 2009
MEN'S BASKETBALL Salem 91, Shepherd 89 SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Demetrius Walker's tip-in of a Chris Carey miss as time expired lifted Salem International past Shepherd University in the West Virginia Conference. Salem had three players score at least 25 points in defeating Shepherd. Walker scored 31, Carey had 27 and Travis Sinclair added 25 for Salem (2-22, 2-15). Jonathan Motichka led Shepherd (11-13, 10-7) with 30 points. Justin Jarman had 13 points and eight rebounds, Liki Turner posted his fifth straight double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds, Fred Lymas had 11 points, six boards and four assists, and Tyrone Roach was also in double figures with 11 points.
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By TIM KOELBLE | June 16, 2008
SAINT JAMES -- There haven't been many years lately that a Salisbury has not been involved in sports at St. James. After four boys -- Grant, Patrick, Rex and Luke -- along came Caroline, and it did not take her long to mesh in athletically with her brothers at their Middletown, Md. home. Caroline Salisbury got a taste of lacrosse at an age before she could probably spell it. "I started playing with Rex and Luke and Jordan Barr when I was in second grade," she said. "My whole family played lacrosse.
NEWS
June 1, 2008
This photo shows four generations of a local family. William Cabrillo Hamilton, seated, is holding great-grandson Thomas Olin Hamilton. Standing, at left, is Thomas's grandfather Derek Holmes Hamilton; standing at right is William Thomas Hamilton his father. Thomas Olin is the great-great- grandson of Richard Jenness Hamilton, publisher of The Daily Mail from 1900 to 1920 and the great-great-great-grandson of William Thomas Hamilton, governor of Maryland from 1880 to 1884 and also a senator and member of the House of Representatives.
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December 9, 2007
BOYS BASKETBALL St. James 65, Bishop Walsh 54 BISHOP WALSH (1-2) Khataian 21, Wine 1, Williams 2, Clifford 20, Diamond 2, B'atrie 2, Trinoune 3, Stein 3. Totals 16 15-19 54. ST. JAMES (4-1) Draper 9, Barr 5, Russ 33, Washington 12, Zimmerman 4. Totals 23 16-24 65. St. James16 10 25 14-65 Bishop Walsh16 20 10 8-54 Three-point goals - Bishop Walsh 7 (Khataian 3, Clifford 3, Stein), St. James 1 (Draper). Fouled Out - Farquhar, Diamond. Late Friday Mountain Ridge 51, Smithsburg 43 SMITHSBURG (0-1)
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by JANET HEIM | June 19, 2007
Editor's note - There are a lot of people you see around town that you recognize, but don't know anything about. People like... Julie Bayer Age - 21. Hometown - Hagerstown. Where would you see Bayer? - The Salisbury University senior returns to Hagerstown for brief visits when she can get a break from her studies in clinical lab science and job in the medical lab at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford, Del., about 20 miles from Salisbury, Md. Bayer started at Salisbury as a nursing student, knowing she wanted to do something in the medical field.
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by ERIN JULIUS | January 31, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - In the fall, Salisbury University will join five other Maryland colleges and universities in offering classes downtown at the University System of Maryland-Hagerstown, officials announced Tuesday afternoon. Classes start next fall, and students will be able to earn either a bachelor of arts degree in social work or a master of social work degree through Salisbury's satellite campus in Hagerstown. Two to three classes will be offered each semester. Brooke Harper of Hagerstown attended Tuesday's announcement and picked up an information packet.
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