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June 23, 2007
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The Arkansas Travelers placed right-handed pitcher Nick Adenhart on the seven-day disabled list Thursday with soreness in his throwing shoulder. Adenhart, a 2004 Williamsport graduate, is 6-2 with a 3.44 ERA this season with Arkansas, the Double-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels. His spot on the North Division team for this Tuesday's Texas League All-Star Game has been taken by Springfield pitcher Mitch Boggs.
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NEWS
December 16, 2007
MEN'S BASKETBALL Monroe 74, Hagerstown 55 ALLEGANY, Md. - Lionel Sullivan scored 13 points and Chris Rogers added 12 points as Monroe Community College (10-3) of New York defeated Hagerstown Community College in the Allegany Pepsi Christmas Classic. Travis May had 14 points and John Long had 12 rebounds for the Hawks (10-3). Shepherd 77, Penn State York 49 SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Mark Manspile scored 20 points to lead Shepherd over Penn State York.
NEWS
by DAN KAUFFMAN | March 18, 2007
ENOLA, Pa. - About 15 minutes before Saturday's PIAA Class AAA quarterfinal game between James Buchanan and Springfield of Delaware County tipped off at East Pennsboro High School, Greencastle-Antrim's victory over West York was announced over the public address system. It was the dream scenario for the Rockets - with one more win, they'd have a chance to play the Blue Devils, their Mid-Penn Capital rivals, on Tuesday in the state semifinals. Thanks to the cool hand of Brandon Bryan, James Buchanan made the dream a reality.
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By HEATHER KEELS | August 13, 2008
WILLIAMSPORT -- Nearly two years after being damaged in a fire, the Springfield Farmhouse in Williamsport now has a roof, councilman Anthony T. Drury announced at Monday's council meeting. Drury said the town hopes to have enough progress made on the restoration of the farmhouse to open it for tours during Williamsport Days later this month. He said it will not be ready for the full historical recreation the town had planned, but it may be completely fixed in time for the town's USO night celebration Sept.
NEWS
October 28, 2002
First marking period Distinguished honor roll Grade 6 - Brittany M. Akers, Haley C. Baker, Justin M. Brechbill, Alexis A. Bryan, Hannah C. Cole, Shannon L. Draper, Morgan E. Eshleman, Joshua L. Green, Yelena Guk, Molly R. Haas, Laurel E. Kays, Kelsi J. Phillips, Amy J. Taylor, Jordan G. Taylor, Alison N. Wigfield, Eric G. Wiles, Jaime L. Young. Grade 7 - Michael R. Blake, Jeremy H. Bowers, Tonya N. Campbell, Julie A. Cook, Alicia L. Domsky, Carla M. Flessner, Hannah E. Garling, Jessicca D. Gibbens, Eliexer Gonzalez, Kory L. Harp, Lindsey A. Harsh, Daniel S. Hayes, Aaron C. Hershberger, Cassandra A. Heyer, Sarah M. Hoffman, Seth A. Horner, Matthew J. Kelley, Megan L. Kerns, Heather N. Leigh, Heather B. Lowery, Zachary R. Malphurs, Gregory L. Minnick, Jessica L. Palmer, Arthur P. Ransier, Megan A. Remsburg, Jeffrey W. Ryan, John M. Sanders, Edward L. Schubel, Kari J. Smith, Stephanie M. Spangler, Dustin M. Starliper, Stephanie L. Toone, Britta M. Troxell, Sara E. Wiliams, Allison M. Zube.
NEWS
by TARA REILLY | January 22, 2003
Danielle Hose, an eighth-grader at Springfield Middle School, was named Youth of the Month for December. She received the honor at Tuesday's Washington County Commissioners meeting. Commissioner Doris J. Nipps presented Danielle with a Certificate of Merit and a $50 savings bond. Danielle, daughter of David and Sherri Hose of Williamsport, volunteers in the office at Hickory Elementary School each summer and throughout the school year. She helps prepare for the upcoming year by running off papers, stuffing student packets and preparing for bus riders.
NEWS
May 8, 2012
Teachers and administrators at Springfield Middle School will hold a McTeacher's Night at the Williamsport McDonald's restaurant Monday, May 14, from 5 to 8 p.m.  It is a partnership between McDonald's and Springfield Middle in which teachers and administrators will work at the fast-food restaurant to help raise money for the AVID, or Advancement Via Individual Determination, program at the school.  AVID is a college prep program that...
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