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August 31, 2007
GOLF Hole-in-one Danny Harrison aced Black Rock's 105-yard second hole using a sand wedge. The shot was witnessed by Jim Powell and Randy Bradley. BRIEF Shepherd Military Appreciation Day The Shepherd University-Shippensburg football game Saturday at Ram Stadium has been designated as Military Appreciation Day. Active military with identification, and prior service personnel with proof of service, will be admitted free.
NEWS
August 19, 2009
GOLF Smithsburg High School freshman Kyle Huntsberry recorded a hole-in-one on his first shot of the day Tuesday at Yingling's Golf Center. Huntsberry aced the 87-yard, par-3 first hole with a sand wedge. Dave Wilbraham witnessed the shot. ADULT SOFTBALL Hagerstown Church League Smithsburg Valley 24, Christ Community 9 Smithsburg Valley: Ryan Marquiss 3 HRs. Hagerstown Bible Church 7, Virginia Avenue 6 Hagerstown: Jonny Barr 4 hits.
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by TIM KOELBLE | September 11, 2006
Kevin Reiber missed a downhill, 8-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole - Black Rock's ninth - to keep a trio of golfers locked in battle. When he had another opportunity from the same spot on the fourth playoff hole, he drained the birdie to secure the Miller Lite Championship title Sunday. After a 340-yard drive that threatened the pond on No. 9, a 430-yard par 4, Reiber dropped a sand wedge near the pin - tucked in the deep back left of the green - and dropped the putt to defeat Steve Caron and Randy Barnes.
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By LARRY YANOS | July 13, 1998
Jim Young Jr. worked overtime Sunday to win the Gross Division championship of the 40th annual Beaver Creek Country Club Invitational. The 41-year-old Frederick VFW Golf Course member parred the 420-yard first playoff hole to edge Derek Ausherman and win the 36-hole amateur tournament. Young and Ausherman - a recent Middletown High School graduate - each finished at 151, while first-round leaders Tracy Piper and Marty Miller followed at 152. Josh Spreng, Ken Winfield and Jamie Young trailed the leaders at 154. Tom Davies captured the Net Division championship with a 138 and was followed by Mitch Wright, 139; Gary Dingle and Miller, 140; and Kevin Forrester, Young and Mike Haloskey Jr., 144. Following an opening-round 79, Young countered with a 72 on Sunday.
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August 19, 2009
GOLF Smithsburg High School freshman Kyle Huntsberry recorded a hole-in-one on his first shot of the day Tuesday at Yingling's Golf Center. Huntsberry aced the 87-yard, par-3 first hole with a sand wedge. Dave Wilbraham witnessed the shot. ADULT SOFTBALL Hagerstown Church League Smithsburg Valley 24, Christ Community 9 Smithsburg Valley: Ryan Marquiss 3 HRs. Hagerstown Bible Church 7, Virginia Avenue 6 Hagerstown: Jonny Barr 4 hits.
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NEWS
September 20, 2007
MEN'S SOCCER Prince George's 2, HCC 1 LARGO, Md. - Nariman Bodirov scored Hagerstown Community College's lone goal on a penalty kick in the 85th minute in the Maryland JuCo loss. Sonny Hines made 20 saves for HCC (1-4-1, 0-3). COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL HCC ranked seventh Hagerstown Community College, which swept Rockville to improve to 17-1 on Monday, is ranked seventh in the latest NJCAA Division II rankings, the Hawks' highest-ever ranking.
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by TIM KOELBLE | September 11, 2006
Kevin Reiber missed a downhill, 8-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole - Black Rock's ninth - to keep a trio of golfers locked in battle. When he had another opportunity from the same spot on the fourth playoff hole, he drained the birdie to secure the Miller Lite Championship title Sunday. After a 340-yard drive that threatened the pond on No. 9, a 430-yard par 4, Reiber dropped a sand wedge near the pin - tucked in the deep back left of the green - and dropped the putt to defeat Steve Caron and Randy Barnes.
NEWS
October 22, 2003
PREP GOLF YORK, Pa. - Waynesboro's Kevin Reiber overcame a five-shot deficit with a sparkling 69 Tuesday to win the PIAA state golf tournament at Heritage Hills Golf Club. "This is pretty exciting," said Reiber. "I had no idea what everyone else was at. " Reiber shot a 33 on the front nine, including a remarkable eagle on the par-4 ninth when, from a foot in front of a water hazard and 80 yards from the pin, his sand wedge took one bounce straight into the cup. "We discussed getting off to good start on the front nine because the back is much more difficult.
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