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by KATE S. ALEXANDER | January 12, 2007
Franklin County Dairy Princess Sarah Signore of Greencastle, Pa., plays Dairy Jeopardy with Lyaga Munyofu, 9 of Hershey, Pa., at the 2007 Pennsylvania Farm Show on Sunday. Signore promoted dairy at the show by speaking with visitors about the benefits of a diet that includes dairy, and playing games with children. "Dairy has nine essential nutrients that help your bones, hair and eyes," she said. Signore said Franklin County is the second largest dairy producing county in Pennsylvania.
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May 17, 2007
PREP SOFTBALL Mid-Penn Conference Championship Greencastle 8, Central Dauphin 2 C. Dauphin 0100001-242 Greencastle 013202x-871 Darhower, Cook (4) and Sinisi. Signore and Christman. WP - Signore (11-4). LP - Darhower. HR - G: Main (3rd, two on)
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by DON AINES | June 21, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Franklin County Dairy Princess Sarah Signore and about half of her 38 predecessors will be on hand Saturday night when the 40th dairy princess is crowned at the Kauffman Community Center. Although dairy is the leading agricultural commodity in Franklin County, with 44,000 cows on about 500 commercial dairy farms producing 800 million pounds of milk per year, there is only one person vying for the crown this year, Stephanie Hykes of Greencastle, Pa. "This is something we're getting concerned about, finding young ladies to represent the diary industry," said Joyce Nowell, a Franklin County Dairy Promotion Committee member.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | April 4, 2008
No Sarah Signore? No problem for the Greencastle-Antrim softball team. The No. 1 Blue Devils are 4-0 following Thursday's victory over Milton Hershey, and have quality victories over No. 4 Waynesboro and Shippensburg. They're doing it without Signore, the two-time Herald-Mail Player of the Year who is now pitching for St. Bonaventure. "What's nice is we have some returning players, a nice nucleus, but we also have some young kids who have stepped up," Greencastle coach Jamie Richardson said.
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by DON AINES | June 21, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Franklin County Dairy Princess Sarah Signore and about half of her 38 predecessors will be on hand Saturday night when the 40th dairy princess is crowned at the Kauffman Community Center. Although dairy is the leading agricultural commodity in Franklin County, with 44,000 cows on about 500 commercial dairy farms producing 800 million pounds of milk per year, there is only one person vying for the crown this year, Stephanie Hykes of Greencastle, Pa. "This is something we're getting concerned about, finding young ladies to represent the diary industry," said Joyce Nowell, a Franklin County Dairy Promotion Committee member.
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May 23, 2007
PREP SOFTBALL Williamsport 14, North Point 1 Williamsport 4820x-14130 North Point 00001-153 Beard and Myers. Whaley, Garner (2) and Smith. WP - Beard. LP - Whaley. HR - W: Fisher (2nd, two on). Greencastle 8, Shippensburg 0 Greencastle 0004031-8101 Shippensburg 0000000-043 Signore and Christman. Lytle, Crider (4) and Pittman. WP - Signore (13-4). LP - Lytle. HR - GA: Christman (7th, none on). South Western 1, Waynesboro 0 Waynesboro 0000000-021 South Western 001000x-121 Ashway and Redano.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | April 13, 2007
Two of the Tri-State area's best softball pitchers are playing out their senior seasons with their NCAA Division I college destinations already decided. Greencastle's Sarah Signore - the two-time Herald-Mail Player of the Year - will head to St. Bonaventure in the fall, while Chambersburg's Allee Rife - a two-time All-Area First Team selection - will continue her career at Virginia. Signore, who is 1-1 with a 1.08 ERA and 23 strikeouts in 13 innings so far this season, chose St. Bonaventure as much for its journalism program as its softball program, according to Blue Devils coach Jamie Richardson.
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