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February 13, 2012
Felicia Clements, 13, of Smithsburg, was among the Maryland students honored for their volunteer service by Prudential Financial in partnership with the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Felicia, an eighth-grader at Middletown (Md.) Middle School, took over her older sister's “Give a Book” project and has collected more than 4,700 books over the past two years to provide much-needed books to underserved children through the Frederick County (Md.) Head Start program.
By DAN KAUFFMAN | | January 31, 2012
After scoring nearly at will in a 72-66 victory at Smithsburg on Jan 3, South Hagerstown's girls basketball team had to be in shock at the halftime score of the rematch Tuesday night in the Rebels' gym. The Leopards controlled the tempo - keeping South out of its high-octane run-and-gun style - and played staunch defense while crashing the boards hard, and it paid off with a 22-12 lead over the Rebels at intermission. But Katrice Dickson took charge in the second half, scoring 17 of her 22 points after halftime, and South opened the third quarter with a game-tying 10-0 run and went on to a 48-41 victory in a pivotal MVAL Antietam game.
By ANDREW MASON | May 29, 2010
o View all of the photos for purchase! BALTIMORE -- Washington County girls dominated Saturday at the Maryland State Track & Field Championships at Morgan State University. North Hagerstown won the Class 2A team title, Smithsburg was the 1A champion, Boonsboro's Abby Duncan and Clear Spring's Paige Shirk each finished with two individual titles and North's Renee Phillips won one race and helped set another record. "Washington County has to be one of, if not the best counties for track and field in the state," North coach Robert Waugh said.
January 6, 2013
Sunday, January 6, 2013 BOYS BASKETBALL Mountain Ridge 52, Smithsburg 37 FROSTBURG, Md. - Kevin Gibson led Smithsburg with 13 points and Matt Sprecher was right behind him with 12 in the Leopards' loss to Mountain Ridge on Saturday. The Leopards (3-7) went 13-for-43 from from the field and couldn't solve the Miners' half-court zone defense, coughing up 27 turnovers. JV - Mountain Ridge 40, Smithsburg 20 MOUNTAIN RIDGE (4-5) Strietbeck 2, Wood 4, Delaney 4, Johnson 10, Cotton 3, Gamble 16, Cheshire 4, Glasbrenner 6, Winner 3. Totals 18 13-20 52. SMITHSBURG (3-7)
October 8, 2012
Monday, October 8, 2012     BOYS SOCCER Clear Spring 6, Smithsburg 1 CLEAR SPRING - Corey McClure scored two goals as Clear Spring (9-2-1, 3-1-1) rolled past Smithsburg in an MVAL Antietam game. Nick Brandt, C.J. Elwood, Logan Speak and Kevin Carbajal all scored for Clear Spring and Bradly Mills and Jonathan Henesy each recorded two assists and Matt Lowenhaupt had one. Smithsburg dropped to 1-8 and 0-4 in the MVAL. Brunswick 2, Williamsport 0 BRUNSWICK, Md. - Drew Demich scored two goals for Brunswick in an MVAL Antietam victory over Williamsport.
January 13, 2011
January 13, 2011 GIRLS BASKETBALL CLEAR SPRING — Katie Sprecher scored a game-high 18 points for Smithsburg in an 81-27 MVAL Antietam victory over Clear Spring on Thursday. Taylor Belella had 12 points, four assists and three steals for the Leopards (8-1, 4-1), while Danielle Harbaugh had 10 points and 12 rebounds, Alexis Andrukat had nine points, six assists and five steals and Allie Nickels and Apryl Lee each had seven rebounds while combining for 11 points.
January 22, 2011
Friday, January 21, 2011 BOYS BASKETBALL BRUNSWICK, Md. — Ian Fisher had 27 points, six rebounds and five blocks to lead Brunswick to a 56-45 win over Smithsburg on Friday in the MVAL Antietam Conference. Tyrus Lawson had nine points, seven rebounds, seven steals and four assists for the Railroaders (7-6, 3-4). Jordan Fortson had 14 points and Robby Hogue added 10 for the Leopards (6-7, 4-4). Brunswick 56, Smithsburg 45 SMITHSBURG (6-7, 4-4)
August 8, 2006
The Smithsburg Area Youth Lacrosse Club recently sent four eighth-grade players to play in the Western Maryland Youth Lacrosse Conference All-Star Game at Tuscarora High School in Frederick on June 6. The Smithsburg contingent played for the gold team, which consisted of players from Frederick, Middletown, Chambersburg, Catoctin and Smithsburg. The gold team played the white team, made up of players from Frederick and Carroll counties, to a 9-9 tie.
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