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By BRETT NIEVES | Staff Correspondent | January 17, 2012
North Hagerstown rallied back from a 16-point deficit in the first half on Tuesday night for a 53-51 victory over Thomas Johnson. It was the Hubs' fourth straight win and sixth in the last eight contests. “We're playing with more confidence now,” North coach Kevin Hartman said. “This was a nice win and a good comeback.” The Hubs (6-6) trailed the Patriots throughout and didn't take their first lead until 6:36 mark of the fourth quarter. North was clinging to a 52-49 lead with just under 30 seconds to play when Nick Colvin came up with a key block on a potential game-tying shot.
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February 14, 1997
By MARK KELLER Staff Writer ST. JAMES - Coaches Tom Dickman of Thomas Johnson and Stu Vetter of St. John's at Prospect Hall obviously do not look at their semifinal game tonight in the same light as many of the basketball fans who will flock to see it. The Patriots and Vikings, both located within the Frederick city limits, will meet for the first time since 1966 after each posted convincing wins in the first round of the St. James Invitational...
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BY DAN SPEARS | March 8, 2002
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Thomas Johnson boys basketball coach Tom Dickman said junior forward Thomas Richard isn't quite a great player - yet. Thursday night in the Class 4A semifinals against defending champion Magruder, Richard showed he could be well on his way. Richard scored 28 points - 15 of them in the pivotal third quarter - and grabbed a dozen rebounds to lead the Patriots to a 70-61 victory over the Colonels at Cole Field House and...
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June 14, 2003
Final Tri-State Leaders 100 - 1. Ronnie Beard, Frederick, 10.66; 2. (tie) Dustin Sier, Smithsburg, Andrew Frisby, James Buchanan, 10.9; 4. Ryan Waldt, Middletown, 11.0; 5. Jeremy Maley, Jefferson, 11.10. 200 - 1. Ronnie Beard, Frederick, 22.14; 2. Jon Brallier, Mercersburg, 22.36; 3. Jesse Keyser, Martinsburg, 22.39; 4. Andrew Frisby, James Buchanan, 22.5; 5. Eric Dorsey, Jefferson, 22.51. 400 - 1. Nick Wright, Thomas Johnson, 49.30; 2. Bobby Clise, Martinsburg, 49.7; 3. Scott Custer, Brunswick, 50.09; 4. Eric Dorsey, Jefferson, 50.2; 5. Bryan Miller, Hedgesville, 50.4.
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November 30, 1999
Boys Basketball Liberty 65, Boonsboro 46 North Hagerstown 71, Thomas Johnson 70 Williamsport 63, Francis Scott Key 42 St. James 73, Sidwell Friends 64 Clear Spring 42, Brunswick 41 McConnellsburg 66, Hyndman 38 James Buchanan 70, Scotland 42 Girls Basketball Boonsboro 57, Liberty 46 Brunswick 47, Clear Spring 33 Thomas Johnson 68, North Hagerstown 52 Martinsburg 60, Park View Va. 50 ...
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July 23, 2004
Mason-Dixon Summer Basketball League Regular Season Champions: Chambersburg (10-0). Playoffs First Round: St. Maria Goretti 61, James Buchanan 53; Hub City All-Stars 66, Middletown 48; Thomas Johnson and Chambersburg received byes. Second Round: Chambersburg 64, Hub City 51; Goretti 75, Thomas Johnson 47. Championship: Goretti 50, Chambersburg 30. Smithsburg Pride Days Tennis Tournament Singles - First place, Dustin Gibbons; Second place, Bob Walp.
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June 13, 2003
Carrie Beaver, Sr., Hancock - jumps Kristin Berry, Fr., Williamsport - middle distance Laurel Bobo, Fr., Martinsburg - sprints Lauren Bumbaugh, Jr., Chambersburg - pole vault Kandace Cook, Sr., Martinsburg - jumps/sprints/hurdles Brittany Crum, Sr., Thomas Johnson - pole vault/hurdles Erin Dilley, Sr., Jefferson - sprints/hurdles Kacie Escamilla, Sr., Brunswick - throws Tara Hintgen, Sr., Thomas Johnson -...
NEWS
November 8, 2002
Record L W 1. Martinsburg 10-01 2. Middletown 8-12 3. South Hagerstown 6-33 4. Berkeley Springs 6-35 5. Boonsboro 5-46 6. Walkersville 5-47 7. Thomas Johnson 4-54 Also considered: Brunswick (5-4), Catoctin (5-4), St. John's-PH (5-1).
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | February 26, 2013
South Hagerstown's performance on the basketball floor Tuesday night started out very well, but everything the Rebels worked for nearly turned ugly in the fourth quarter. The Rebels nearly squandered all of a 17-point lead, but managed to fend off charging Thomas Johnson 57-50 in the first round of the Maryland Class 3A West region playoffs. South, the No. 4 seed, will return home Thursday for a 6:30 p.m. quarterfinal matchup against No. 5-seed Northwood. “We played a good first half of basketball,” South coach Kevin Naylor said after the Rebels beat Thomas Johnson for the second time this year.
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January 15, 2013
Tuesday, January 15, 2013 BOYS BASKETBALL FREDERICK, Md. - Kenny McCrary delivered his biggest game of the season, leading North Hagerstown to a 57-52 vicotry over Thomas Johnson on Tuesday.                   McCrary scored a season-high 15 points, grabbed 22 rebounds and blocked seven shots. Guard Max Ober also had a personal best for the season, leading the Hubs (8-4) with 21 points. Andrew Yacyk had nine rebounds and Isaiah Keyes added six assists and six steals.
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By MARK KELLER | keller@herald-mail.com | September 21, 2012
South Hagerstown football coach Toby Peer is happy to let people talk about the big numbers some of his offensive players have put up so far this season. But he's also quick to point out that the Rebels have a pretty good defense, too. They showed that Friday night when they picked off five passes and held the Thomas Johnson offense to fewer than 200 yards as South won arguably its biggest game in a decade, beating the Patriots, 21-14. “There are a lot of people who thought we were a team led by our offense, but our defense has played well all year,” Peer said.
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By BRETT NIEVES | Staff Correspondent | January 17, 2012
North Hagerstown rallied back from a 16-point deficit in the first half on Tuesday night for a 53-51 victory over Thomas Johnson. It was the Hubs' fourth straight win and sixth in the last eight contests. “We're playing with more confidence now,” North coach Kevin Hartman said. “This was a nice win and a good comeback.” The Hubs (6-6) trailed the Patriots throughout and didn't take their first lead until 6:36 mark of the fourth quarter. North was clinging to a 52-49 lead with just under 30 seconds to play when Nick Colvin came up with a key block on a potential game-tying shot.
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By WILL ROBINSON | Staff Correspondent | January 9, 2012
The Washington County Northstars avenged their only loss of the season on their home ice Monday night, coming from behind to beat Thomas Johnson 4-3. The victory also gives Washington County (7-1-1) a share of first place with Thomas Johnson (7-1-1) in the Monocacy Valley division of the Maryland Scholastic Hockey League. On Dec. 22, the Northstars held a 2-1 advantage over Thomas Johnson heading into the third period, only to see that lead evaporate and turn into a 3-2 victory for the Patriots.
SPORTS
December 9, 2011
Friday, December 9, 2011 MEN'S BASKETBALL CUMBERLAND, Md. - Antonio Jenifer scored a game-high 24 points and added 12 rebounds to lead Hagerstown past Westchester 84-82 Friday night in the Pepsi Christmas Classic at Allegany College of Maryland. Tione Womack had 17 points, Kavon Pyatt had 14 points, including two 3-pointers, and Alister Chisholm had 10 rebounds for the Hawks (11-1). HCC 84, Westchester 82 HAGERSTOWN CC (11-1) Womack 17, Carter 5, Pyatt 14, Ashamole 0, Chisholm 5, Miller 8, Jenifer 24, Boyd 1, Pittman 4, Watson 6. Totals 24 33-50 84. WESTCHESTER Bracey 12, Gaskins 16, Blackwood 8, Phynn 3, Smith 17, Henderson 9, Oquendo 14, Belfour 3. Totals 32 10-20 82. Halftime - HCC, 49-29.
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By JACK HILL III | Staff Correspondent | October 27, 2011
South Hagerstown's boys and girls soccer teams were each eliminated from the Maryland Class 3A West playoffs in first-round action Thursday at School Stadium. In the girls game, 12th-seeded Watkins Mill edged the fifth-seeded Rebels 2-1 in overtime. In the boys game, 11th-seeded Thomas Johnson defeated the sixth-seeded Rebels, 4-1 - the exact score of the two teams' regular season finalé at School Stadium two days earlier. * In the girls game, Watkins Mill (5-9) and South Hagerstown (2-12)
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | kauffman@herald-mail.com | October 6, 2011
The Williamsport volleyball team is 10-0 for the first time since 2004, although they just about gave coach Emily Crabtree a heart attack getting there Thursday night. The Wildcats raced to big leads in the first two games on the way to a 2-0 lead over Thomas Johnson, then had to withstand the Patriots' comeback attempt, only pulling out a 25-21, 26-24, 20-25, 24-26, 15-11 victory when junior Stacey Christy took charge at the end of Game 5. Christy - who finished with 24 kills and eight blocks - had five kills and a block in the Game 5 race to 15. She had two kills and a block in a three-point sequence that got Williamsport to match point at 14-9, then put away the final kill three points later.
OBITUARIES
April 12, 2011
APRIL 10, 1937-APRIL 12, 2011 Jacqueline J. "Jackie" Timmons, 74, formerly of Boonsboro, Md., died Tuesday, April 12, 2011, at Martinsburg, W.Va. City Hospital. Born April 10, 1937, in Long Branch, N.J., she was the daughter of the late Lester and Anna (Gormley) Johnson. Her husband, Orville Donald Timmons, preceded her in death in 1992. Jackie was a 1956 graduate of Long Branch High School. She was employed as a switchboard operator at Western Maryland Hospital Center for 21 years.
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February 17, 2011
Thursday, February 17, 2011 GIRLS BASKETBALL BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Sarah Haynes had 16 points, eight rebounds and three steals as Berkeley Springs completed its best regular season in school history Thursday by beating Musselman, 41-30.  Deidra Burch had 12 points and three assists for the Indians (20-1), who will host Petersburg in the Class AA Region II, Section 1 playoffs on Tuesday night. Berkeley Springs 41, Musselman 30 MUSSELMAN (5-16)
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