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by DAN KAUFFMAN | January 11, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com HANCOCK - Southern Fulton senior Sam Cain has been making opponents feel sick all year with her superb play. Even though Cain felt ill herself Monday night, she still had enough in her tank to help the No. 8 Indians beat Hancock 54-39, scoring 19 points. "She was throwing up (before the game), she had a sick stomach, but she's a fighter," said Southern Fulton coach Mark Mellott. "We got her settled down a bit. We have a lot of girls who can do the job, but she's one of our best players and we know that.
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BY TIM KOELBLE | February 27, 2005
Two-thirds of the way through the second half, Hagerstown Community College coach Kenny Keyes stood on the sideline watching Cecil Community College work the shot clock down toward zero. As Cecil missed a shot, no HCC player was around to rebound and Cecil had an easy putback, leaving Keyes with nothing to do but turn away, eyes downward and head shaking. He, along with those assembled for the semifinals of the Maryland JuCo Tournament at the HCC athletic complex, was witnessing Cecil methodically take apart the Hawks 95-66 to reach today's championship game.
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By TIM KOELBLE | February 25, 2006
koelble@herald-mail.com BOONSBORO - Jerica Hewett's face was beet red following Friday's Maryland Class 1A West East sectional opener. She had just scored eight of her team-high 14 points in the fourth quarter - each of them instrumental in Boonsboro's 40-36 victory over Smithsburg. "We knew this would be another tough game," Hewett said after the teams locked horns for the fourth time this season. "By now, everyone knows each others' strengths and weaknesses.
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By GENARO C. ARMAS | March 17, 2009
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Talor Battle scored eight of his game-high 24 points in overtime and tied the game with a 3-pointer at the end of regulation as Penn State defeated George Mason, 77-73 on Tuesday night in the first round of the NIT. Dre Smith hit two foul shots with 5 seconds left in regulation to give George Mason a 65-62 lead before Battle hurried down the court for his buzzer-beating 3 for Penn State (23-11). It was Battle's first bucket of the second half after missing his first seven shots.
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by RYAN ALLEN/Staff Writer | November 7, 2004
Tyronne Beale scored 16 of his game-high 26 points in the first 10 minutes as Allegany College of Maryland built an early lead that it never relinquished in a 79-64 victory over host Hagerstown Community College in Saturday night's NJCAA Region XX Hall of Fame Championship game. The Trojans led 27-14 at the midway point of the first half and fought off several Hagerstown runs, but only allowed their lead to shrink below six points once - in the beginning of the second half. Beale made eight of his first nine shots and dinished the game 12-for-16 from the field.
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December 19, 2000
Smithsburg beats Clear Spring at buzzer By BOB PARASILITI / Staff Writer photo: RIC DUGAN / staff photographer SMITHSBURG - Eariel Gholson is one of the lucky ones. She has a very short memory. Her recall function doesn't last any longer than her next shot ... and that's a good thing for the Smithsburg girls basketball team. continued Gholson punched the pause button on her conscience and got a quick case of amnesia, just in time to hit the game-winning 3-point basket with 3 seconds remaining Monday to lift Smithsburg to a 56-55 victory over Francis Scott Key. The bucket came as an exclamation point to a game where Smithsburg tried FSK's patience with a sticky 2-2-1 press and zone defense.
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By BOB PARASILITI | March 16, 2000
If the Hagerstown Community College Hawks are the queens of the hardwood at the school's athletic complex, Illinois Central Community College could be considered the facility's foreign ministers. cont. from sports page Like so many times before, the Cougars made HCC their home away from home. After all, ICC has won four of the eight national titles contested here. ICC held court on HCC's court again Wednesday, this time dispatching Lake Michigan College 69-38 in the first round of NJCAA Women's National Basketball Championships.
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by BOB PARASILITI | December 28, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com SMITHSBURG - Tangibles became intangibles for the Smithsburg and St. Maria Goretti girls basketball teams. The Leopards tried to make a grade and failed, while the Gaels had time go everywhere but on their side Monday in the opening games of the sixth annual Pap Draper Classic. Smithsburg took an early-season shot at preparing for the Class 1A playoffs by facing Elizabeth Seton, one of those Baltimore city schools which had given the Leopards trouble over the years.
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By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | December 11, 2007
Sophomore guard Alicia Myers made a shot at the buzzer and the undefeated Hagerstown Community College women's basketball team avoided an upset with a 59-57 Maryland JuCo Conference victory over Rockville on Monday night. The score was tied 57-57 when HCC (10-0, 2-0) got possession of the ball with 7.6 seconds remaining. Teonna Jewell dribbled down the court and passed to Myers, who immediately put up the shot as time expired. "I was watching Teonna and, all of a sudden, I saw the ball coming towards me," Myers said.
NEWS
January 6, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Dustin Jenkins scored 12 points and Jeff Willison had 16 rebounds and seven points as Hancock overcame a slow start to edge rival Berkeley Springs 42-41 on Wednesday night. Hancock (8-1) trailed 17-3 after the first quarter but fought back to tie the score at halftime, 23-23. The game also was tied after three quarters, 29-29. Ryan Morris had 15 points for Berkeley Springs (2-5). Jefferson 64, Bowling Brook 47 KEYMAR, Md. - Josh Brown had 31 points, six rebounds, four assists and four steals to lead Jefferson past Bowling Brook Academy (2-10)
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By GENARO C. ARMAS | March 17, 2009
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Talor Battle scored eight of his game-high 24 points in overtime and tied the game with a 3-pointer at the end of regulation as Penn State defeated George Mason, 77-73 on Tuesday night in the first round of the NIT. Dre Smith hit two foul shots with 5 seconds left in regulation to give George Mason a 65-62 lead before Battle hurried down the court for his buzzer-beating 3 for Penn State (23-11). It was Battle's first bucket of the second half after missing his first seven shots.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | February 7, 2009
SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. -- It was the kind of second half that had to bring a smile to the face of Hedgesville boys basketball coach Kelly Church. Locked in a dogfight at No. 5 Jefferson on Friday night, the No. 3 Eagles put together one of their best halves of ball this season, making 14 of 18 field goals, 11 of 16 free throws and playing the ball-control style Church preaches to turn back the Cougars 61-53 in a Potomac Valley Conference Division III showdown. "We did a great job playing team basketball," Church said.
NEWS
By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | December 11, 2007
Sophomore guard Alicia Myers made a shot at the buzzer and the undefeated Hagerstown Community College women's basketball team avoided an upset with a 59-57 Maryland JuCo Conference victory over Rockville on Monday night. The score was tied 57-57 when HCC (10-0, 2-0) got possession of the ball with 7.6 seconds remaining. Teonna Jewell dribbled down the court and passed to Myers, who immediately put up the shot as time expired. "I was watching Teonna and, all of a sudden, I saw the ball coming towards me," Myers said.
NEWS
By TIM KOELBLE | February 25, 2006
koelble@herald-mail.com BOONSBORO - Jerica Hewett's face was beet red following Friday's Maryland Class 1A West East sectional opener. She had just scored eight of her team-high 14 points in the fourth quarter - each of them instrumental in Boonsboro's 40-36 victory over Smithsburg. "We knew this would be another tough game," Hewett said after the teams locked horns for the fourth time this season. "By now, everyone knows each others' strengths and weaknesses.
NEWS
BY TIM KOELBLE | February 27, 2005
Two-thirds of the way through the second half, Hagerstown Community College coach Kenny Keyes stood on the sideline watching Cecil Community College work the shot clock down toward zero. As Cecil missed a shot, no HCC player was around to rebound and Cecil had an easy putback, leaving Keyes with nothing to do but turn away, eyes downward and head shaking. He, along with those assembled for the semifinals of the Maryland JuCo Tournament at the HCC athletic complex, was witnessing Cecil methodically take apart the Hawks 95-66 to reach today's championship game.
NEWS
by DAN KAUFFMAN | January 11, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com HANCOCK - Southern Fulton senior Sam Cain has been making opponents feel sick all year with her superb play. Even though Cain felt ill herself Monday night, she still had enough in her tank to help the No. 8 Indians beat Hancock 54-39, scoring 19 points. "She was throwing up (before the game), she had a sick stomach, but she's a fighter," said Southern Fulton coach Mark Mellott. "We got her settled down a bit. We have a lot of girls who can do the job, but she's one of our best players and we know that.
NEWS
January 6, 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Dustin Jenkins scored 12 points and Jeff Willison had 16 rebounds and seven points as Hancock overcame a slow start to edge rival Berkeley Springs 42-41 on Wednesday night. Hancock (8-1) trailed 17-3 after the first quarter but fought back to tie the score at halftime, 23-23. The game also was tied after three quarters, 29-29. Ryan Morris had 15 points for Berkeley Springs (2-5). Jefferson 64, Bowling Brook 47 KEYMAR, Md. - Josh Brown had 31 points, six rebounds, four assists and four steals to lead Jefferson past Bowling Brook Academy (2-10)
NEWS
by BOB PARASILITI | December 28, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com SMITHSBURG - Tangibles became intangibles for the Smithsburg and St. Maria Goretti girls basketball teams. The Leopards tried to make a grade and failed, while the Gaels had time go everywhere but on their side Monday in the opening games of the sixth annual Pap Draper Classic. Smithsburg took an early-season shot at preparing for the Class 1A playoffs by facing Elizabeth Seton, one of those Baltimore city schools which had given the Leopards trouble over the years.
NEWS
by RYAN ALLEN/Staff Writer | November 7, 2004
Tyronne Beale scored 16 of his game-high 26 points in the first 10 minutes as Allegany College of Maryland built an early lead that it never relinquished in a 79-64 victory over host Hagerstown Community College in Saturday night's NJCAA Region XX Hall of Fame Championship game. The Trojans led 27-14 at the midway point of the first half and fought off several Hagerstown runs, but only allowed their lead to shrink below six points once - in the beginning of the second half. Beale made eight of his first nine shots and dinished the game 12-for-16 from the field.
NEWS
December 19, 2000
Smithsburg beats Clear Spring at buzzer By BOB PARASILITI / Staff Writer photo: RIC DUGAN / staff photographer SMITHSBURG - Eariel Gholson is one of the lucky ones. She has a very short memory. Her recall function doesn't last any longer than her next shot ... and that's a good thing for the Smithsburg girls basketball team. continued Gholson punched the pause button on her conscience and got a quick case of amnesia, just in time to hit the game-winning 3-point basket with 3 seconds remaining Monday to lift Smithsburg to a 56-55 victory over Francis Scott Key. The bucket came as an exclamation point to a game where Smithsburg tried FSK's patience with a sticky 2-2-1 press and zone defense.
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