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December 10, 2005
BOONSBORO WARRIORS Head Coach: Brian Smoot Returning starters: 8 Big things from: Bret Nalley, 135 senior Smoot says: "Bret Nalley has the best ability of anyone. He has made the states the last two seasons. Was 25-7 last year. " CHAMBERSBURG TROJANS Head Coach: Doug Rine, 11th year Returning starters: 10 Big things from: Ryan Wetzel, 125 senior; Joey Wilmot, 140 sophomore; David Plum, 135 senior. Rine says: "We have 20-match winners in these three back from last year.
NEWS
December 6, 2005
Boys Maryland NORTH HAGERSTOWN HUBS Head Coach: Tim McNamee, 24th year 2004-05 Record: 19-5 Returning starters: 3 Big things from: Dee Mency, 6-2 junior guard McNamee says: "Mency can do so many things from different spots on the floor and he can po st down low. Rodriguez (when he returns from a football injury) will make us go and Wilson will be so important. " SOUTH HAGERSTOWN REBELS Head Coach: Dennis Seman, 2nd year 2004-05 Record: 5-18 Returning starters: 3 Big things from: Dominque Byrd, 6-0 senior forward Seman says: "(Byrd)
NEWS
January 29, 1997
By CURT HORNBECKER Staff Correspondent North Hagerstown has found its formula for success: A generous amount of defensive quickness, combined with a little more quickness at the offensive end. That combination worked again Tuesday night, as the Hubs kept Smithsburg winless with a 73-46 Monocacy Valley Athletic League victory. North has now won five in a row and seven of its last eight. The Hubs' quickness forced 27 Leopards turnovers, many of which resulted in easy buckets for North.
NEWS
December 1, 1999
BERKELEY SPRINGS INDIANS Coach : Horace Blankenship; 20th season. 1998-99 record : 17-16-1, ninth in Herald-Mail poll Returning starters : Frank Gregg (So., 130); Richard Stotler (Jr., 171, regional champion, state qualifier); Albert Timmons, (Jr., 275). Key newcomers : Brandon Clark (Fr., 119); Jamie Moore (Fr., 135); Josh Clark (Fr., 160); Jeremy Goodwin (Jr., 215); Aaron Parsell (Jr., 189). Blankenship's outlook : "We are thin in numbers and experience, but are working hard.
NEWS
by CHRIS CARTER / Staff Correspondent | December 14, 2006
INWOOD, W.Va. - Three Musselman girls basketball starters began the game on the bench because of injuries Wednesday night against St. James. But three starters are easily replaceable for a Musselman squad that boasts 14 players - 13 of which saw action - as the Applemen rolled past the Saints 73-29 in Apple Valley League action. Lacey Williams, Whitney Mathias and Taylar Moore were replaced by Kayla Johns, Melissa Hebenthal and Morgan Harms in the starting lineup, but all received significant playing time.
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by BOB PARASILITI | July 16, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com There is a point in time when the sublime turns into the ridiculous. The Hagerstown Suns seem to have reached that point on Thursday. The Suns turned into the horse trying to catch the carrot at the end of a stick, battling back to score 10, only to fall one short in a 11-10 loss to Lexington at Municipal Stadium. "If you can't win scoring eight to 10 runs a game, you can't win," Suns manager Mike Ramsey said. "We couldn't quite get it. We swung the bats well tonight ... we've done it a couple of games in a row, but we can't find a way to keep ourselves in the game.
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August 21, 2011
For his 30th birthday, John Beck received praise from Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan, a dinner out from his family, and several questions from a swarm of reporters. What the Redskins quarterback didn't get was an answer from Shanahan whether he or Rex Grossman will start against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday. “I haven't made that decision,” Shanahan said Sunday. “We'll see what happens during the week with our football team and obviously share with the players first.” Shanahan said he was pleased with the decision-making of Beck, whom the Colts sacked three times Friday in Washington's second preseason game.
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By D. BARRETT BROWN | November 13, 2007
The Appeal of First Courses Where did summer go? Well, fall is upon us and it's time to start planning for your Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's meals. Regardless of what you choose to serve as your main course on each of the holidays, you will at some point have to portion (slice) your turkey, prime rib, ham, etc. Some prefer to do this at the table, la Norman Rockwell, with dad or grandpa doing the honors. Others prefer to prepare in the kitchen and transfer to a serving platter, which will be set on the table for guests to help themselves.
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By TIM KOELBLE | July 7, 2007
SHARPSBURG - The fireworks weren't coming from Antietam National Battlefield in the second inning but from the Little League field in town, thanks to the Hancock 11-12 All-Stars. Using a combination of five hits, five walks and two errors, Hancock jumped to an 8-0 lead in the second inning and went on to a 12-4 victory over Sharpsburg in the opening round of the Maryland District 1 All-Star Tournament on Friday. "I think we've got a good combination with a little bit of everything," said Hancock manager Dennis Douglas.
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by CHRIS CARTER / Staff Correspondent | December 14, 2006
INWOOD, W.Va. - Three Musselman girls basketball starters began the game on the bench because of injuries Wednesday night against St. James. But three starters are easily replaceable for a Musselman squad that boasts 14 players - 13 of which saw action - as the Applemen rolled past the Saints 73-29 in Apple Valley League action. Lacey Williams, Whitney Mathias and Taylar Moore were replaced by Kayla Johns, Melissa Hebenthal and Morgan Harms in the starting lineup, but all received significant playing time.
NEWS
December 10, 2005
BOONSBORO WARRIORS Head Coach: Brian Smoot Returning starters: 8 Big things from: Bret Nalley, 135 senior Smoot says: "Bret Nalley has the best ability of anyone. He has made the states the last two seasons. Was 25-7 last year. " CHAMBERSBURG TROJANS Head Coach: Doug Rine, 11th year Returning starters: 10 Big things from: Ryan Wetzel, 125 senior; Joey Wilmot, 140 sophomore; David Plum, 135 senior. Rine says: "We have 20-match winners in these three back from last year.
NEWS
December 6, 2005
Boys Maryland NORTH HAGERSTOWN HUBS Head Coach: Tim McNamee, 24th year 2004-05 Record: 19-5 Returning starters: 3 Big things from: Dee Mency, 6-2 junior guard McNamee says: "Mency can do so many things from different spots on the floor and he can po st down low. Rodriguez (when he returns from a football injury) will make us go and Wilson will be so important. " SOUTH HAGERSTOWN REBELS Head Coach: Dennis Seman, 2nd year 2004-05 Record: 5-18 Returning starters: 3 Big things from: Dominque Byrd, 6-0 senior forward Seman says: "(Byrd)
NEWS
November 10, 2004
Here are a few ways to use grapes to make healthy snacks and starters: · Peanut butter and grapes. Spread a toasted English muffin half with peanut butter, and top with slivered seedless grapes. You can also use whole-grain sandwich bread or crackers. · Yogurt with oranges and grapes. Top plain yogurt with orange segments, sliced seedless grapes and chopped pistachios (or other nuts). · Arugula salad with grapes. Toss arugula with crumbled blue cheese, halved seedless grapes and your favorite vinaigrette.
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by ANDREA ROWLAND | October 27, 2004
andrear@herald-mail.com For chefs, appetizers are bite-sized opportunities for creative culinary flair. For diners, choosing from a palette of interesting hors d'oeuvres is an occasion to customize a meal filled with diverse flavors. Appetizers have become "a venue for chefs to either explore their creative side a little bit more, or to emphasize the authenticity of ethnic foods," said world appetizer cookbook author Jon "Mick" Vann. "And people are getting a lot more tuned in to constructing their own little meals.
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by BOB PARASILITI | October 13, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com COLLEGE PARK, Md. - University of Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen went on the offense Tuesday. He can only hope his Terrapins will do the same on Saturday. After a weekend where the Terps turned in their worst performance in Friedgen's three-plus years at the helm, the coach was stern, strapped in and ready for action. There is one question that he has been asked constantly since the lethargic 20-7 loss to Georgia Tech and it was the obvious first question of his weekly media conference on Tuesday.
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