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NEWS
December 16, 2006
GIRLS BASKETBALL HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Ashton Butler scored 20 of her game-high 29 points in the second half to lead Hedgesville to its first win of the season, a 55-42 victory over Hampshire on Thursday. Butler was shut out in the second quarter, but responded with 16 third-quarter points to spark the Eagles (1-1). Ciera Nicholson and Brittany Board each added 10 points. Julieanne Buckley led Hampshire (2-1) with 15 points and Ashley Heavener had 10. North Hagerstown 60, Urbana 48 IJAMSVILLE, Md. - North Hagerstown had three players post double-doubles and another come up one point shy as the Hubs knocked off Urbana in MVAL nonconference action.
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NEWS
January 31, 2009
BOYS BASKETBALL WILLIAMSPORT -- A pair of four-game streaks ended Saturday night as Williamsport stunned North Hagerstown, 60-35. The Wildcats (7-6) broke their four-game losing streak while North (9-6) had its four-game winning streak halted. Playing a man defense the entire way, Williamsport kept the Hubs around the perimeter while the Wildcats used the inside play of Casey McKenrick and Michael Warrenfeltz to their advantage. Warrenfeltz scored 12 of his 14 points in the first half, including eight in the first quarter, and McKenrick picked up the slack in the second half with 12 of his team-high 15 points.
NEWS
December 7, 2006
Potomac Heritage Storytelling tour guides Robert B. Wilhelm and Mary Jo Kelly Wilhelm will lead a special Presidents Week Tour on Feb. 17-22, 2007. The tour is designed as a way to reflect on our heritage by visiting local hallowed grounds and learning more about them. The tour begins with a trip to Boteler's Ford at Shepherdstown, W.Va., to step back into Native American times. Other stops on the tour include Harpers Ferry W.Va.; Sharpsburg; Gettysburg, Pa.; Frederick, Md.; Boonsboro; and Big Pool.
NEWS
By DAN KAUFFMAN | January 25, 2008
The basketball will be great. The cause is even greater. When "Dunks for Drew" tips off at 6 p.m. Saturday at Chambersburg, fans will have the chance to watch four of Franklin County's best boys teams play, and support the Drew Michael Taylor Foundation that's at the heart of Scotland coach Randy Taylor. Drew Taylor was killed in an automobile accident on June 13, 2006. He was 3 years old. Through the foundation in Drew's name, Randy Taylor and his wife Marcie hope to make a positive difference in the lives of children by helping to fund educational and recreational projects.
NEWS
December 6, 2006
Potomac Heritage Storytelling tour guides Dr. Robert B. Wilhelm and Dr. Mary Jo Kelly Wilhelm will lead a special Presidents Week Tour on Feb. 17-22. The tour is designed as a way to reflect on our heritage by visiting local hallowed grounds and learning more about them. The tour begins with a trip to Boteler's Ford at Shepherdstown, W.Va., to step back into Native American times. Other stops on the tour include Harpers Ferry W.Va.; Sharpsburg; Gettysburg, Pa.; Frederick, Md.; and Boonsboro; and Big Pool.
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