September 14, 1999
Debra K. Pappas, 16731 Aqueduct Drive, to Timothy W. and Kendra K. Bryan, for $271,000. Steven R. and Rebecca J. Lewis, 14125 Strite Road, to Patrick K. Himes and Cherie L. Weyant, for $112,900. Gerald H. Mullinex, 221 Brookside Terrace, to Michael J. Yeager, for $91,000. Albert Young and Kathleen Moore Prytherch, 1917 Maplewood Circle, to Michael R. and Karen L. Baer, for $139,000. James V. and Anne B. Firth, 16838 Shinham Road, to Stephen W. Rhinecker, for $127,200.
June 27, 2003
BLUE RIDGE LEAGUE Brunswick 8 Waynesboro 1 BRUNSWICK, Md. - Marc Atkins pitched a seven-hitter and Kevin Goode hit a bases-loaded triple to lead Brunswick over Waynesboro. Goode had two hits and Wayne Toms added a pair for Brunswick (15-3). Dave McIntire homered for Waynesboro, while Regan Smith had two hits. Wednesday, Brunswick hammered Chambersburg, 10-2. Ryan Lipscomb allowed three hits and struck out six while Steve Goode had three hits. GOLF Hoffman wins qualifier BOWIE, Md. - Hagerstown's Alex Hoffman won the 11-year-old division at the U.S. Kids Golf Maryland Qualifier at Bowie Country Club on Wednesday to earn a spot in the U.S. Kids Golf World Championships in Williamsburg, Va., July 31 to Aug. 2. Hoffman shot a 76 for 18 holes, outdistancing runner-up Sean Bosdosh, of Montgomery County, by nine strokes.
May 19, 2005
PREP BASEBALL FREDERICK, Md. - Mike Herald had two hits and two RBI as Frederick beat Northwest 9-5 in the Maryland Class 3A West semifinals Wednesday. Matt Kalmar and Tommy Gilmore each had two hits and an RBI for the Cadets (18-2), while Billy Gross had two hits, including a triple, Jesse Highling had an RBI double and Wes Gross (4-0) pitched five innings of relief for the win. Frederick hosts Urbana at 4 p.m. Friday for the region championship. Brunswick 8, Poolesville 7 BRUNSWICK, Md. - Seth Keyser went 3-for-4 with two RBI, including the game-winning single to drive in Davis Keller in the bottom of the eighth inning, as Brunswick defeated Poolesville in the Maryland Class 1A South semifinals.
October 31, 2009
COLLEGE X-COUNTRY Hagerstown Community College easily swept the men's and women's Region XX team and individual titles on the Hawks' home course Saturday. The Hawks took five of the top six spots in the men's race including the top four, to score 16 points. Howard was the only other complete team in the field, scoring 45 points. Corey Centofonti edged Jeremiah Wilt for the individual title as both runners clocked 27 minutes, 12 seconds. Wade Miller was third in 27:45, Brandon Mauck was fourth in 27:55 and Nathan Clark was sixth in 28:59.
September 30, 1999
Kevin D. and Vicki Reynolds, Lot 1 Crystal Falls Road, to Eric S. and Robin A. Banfe, for $36,300. Tracy M. Schindel and Marcie M. Risser, 11957 Azelea Drive, to Darrell J. and Thelma Wolf, for $28,000. Randy M. and Shelly B. Dick, Popular Grove Road, to Scott D. and Lynette E. Pryor, for $60,000. Gregory H. and Sophia D. Blair, 1837 Londontown Road, to Kristina A. Keyser, for $182,000. Churchey Group LLC, 123 Chantilly Court, to Barry G. and Bonny A. McAlister, for $155,474.
December 16, 1997
Police Log Man flees police, charged with DUI MERCERSBURG, Pa. - A Mercersburg man was arrested early Sunday morning and charged with driving under the influence after he led Pennsylvania State Police troopers on a one-mile chase, police said. Jeffery Zeigler, unknown age and address, tried to elude state police after they attempted to stop him on Hawbaker Road in Peters Township at 2:30 a.m. for having a taillight out on the Ford pickup truck he was driving, police said.
October 22, 2011
Saturday, October 22, 2011 PREP VOLLEYBALL MARION, Pa. - Heritage Academy won the Mason Dixon Christian Conference tournament title for the second straight season on Saturday, defeating Shalom Christian 25-20, 25-18, 29-27 in the championship match. The Eagles (17-0) have won 36 straight best-of-5 matches since the start of the 2010 season, and did not lose a game (51-0) in MDCC play this season. They will play next Saturday in the Maryland Christian School Tournament at Washington Bible College as the defending state champions.
May 7, 2002
CLUB MEETINGS Local Interagency Coordinating Council Tuesday, May 7, 8:15 to 11 a.m., Marshall Street School, 1350 Marshall St., Hagerstown. The Consolidated Local Implementation Grant for FY 03 will be presented and finalized. The LICC welcomes public input. To obtain information about the Washington County Early Intervention Program or to request a directory of Early Intervention services, call 301-766-8217. Mack Golden Bulldogs Director's meeting GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Tuesday, May 7, 9 a.m., Comfort Inn/Chef's Kitchen, Interstate 81 and U.S. 11. Call 301-790-3268.
April 21, 2011
Thursday, April 21, 2011 PREP BASEBALL SMITHSBURG — Justin Lewis went 3-for-4 wth a double and three RBIs, and Boonsboro rapped out 15 hits and took advantage of nine walks to beat Smithsburg 14-4 in six innings in the MVAL Antietam on Thursday. Ryan Ruiz, Brian Cibula and Josh Grim each had two hits for Boonsboro (6-5, 4-4). Cibula and Grim each doubled, Grim drove in two runs and Cibula struck out four in two innings in relief of Nathan Hardy (2-2), who got the win with four innings of work.