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April 27, 2007
All-Time Track & Field Records Tri-State BOYS 100 - James Jett (Jefferson, 1989) 10.34 200 - James Jett (Jefferson, 1989) 21.39 400 - Domonique Richmond (South Hagerstown, 2002) 47.44. 800 - Doug Walter (Chambersburg, 1986) 1:52.14 1,600 - Doug Walter (Chambersburg, 1986) 4:13.74 3,200 - Chris Fox (Martinsburg, 1977) 8:54.64 110H - Dan Robinson (Boonsboro, 2004) 14.50. 300H - Aaron Johnson (Chambersburg, 1988) 38.14 400 relay - Chambersburg (O'Neal, Harrison, Houser, Rearick, 1990)
By ANDREW MASON | May 2, 2008
May is finally here. While no Tri-State or Washington County track and field records have been set this spring, the outdoor season is just starting to heat up. All of the major championship meets will be held over the next few weeks. Below are The Herald-Mail's records, which have been a work in progress the past few years. The only record changes since last year are in the boys and girls shot put. It was recently discovered that Bob Batdorf had a throw of 59 feet, 4 inches for Mercersburg Academy in 1957.
By ANDREW MASON | May 18, 2010
Below are the all-time prep track and field records for the Tri-State area, followed by those for Washington County. (All handheld times have been converted to FAT) Tri-State Boys Records 100 -- James Jett (Jefferson, 1989) 10.34 200 -- James Jett (Jefferson, 1989) 21.39 400 -- Domonique Richmond (South Hagerstown, 2002) 47.44 800 -- Doug Walter (Chambersburg, 1986) 1:52.14 1,600 -- Doug Walter (Chambersburg, 1986) 4:13.74 3,200 -- Chris Fox (Martinsburg, 1977)
By ANDREW MASON | May 22, 2009
BALTIMORE -- Standing still, Billy Lawrence is merely 5 feet, 10 inches tall and 150 pounds. When the Smithsburg senior jumps, he is a giant. Lawrence won the Class 1A boys high jump with a monstrous leap of 6 feet, 8 inches during the first day of action at the Maryland State Track & Field Championships at Morgan State University on Thursday. Washington County athletes won four other Class 1A events, including three by Williamsport -- Michael Lilley in the boys 3,200-meter run, Cayla Broadwater in the girls triple jump and Kaelii Stout, Casey Arnone, Tracey Forsythe and Morgan Keplinger in the girls 4x800 relay.
WESTMINSTER, Md. -- A total of 15 individual athletes and five relay teams from North Hagerstown and South Hagerstown qualified for next weekend's Maryland state track and field meet during the final day of the Class 2A West championships at Winters Mill High School on Saturday. But the day belonged to North junior Katie Ritter. Ritter won the 100-, 200- and 400-meter dashes -- every individual event she entered -- while also helping the 4x100 relay team to a second-place finish.
May 9, 1998
By RON SOMERS Herald-Mail Sports Editor A seven-woman, 11-man contingent from Hagerstown Junior College is headed to the NJCAA Outdoor Division I National Track and Field Championships at a site that HJC coach Mike Spinnler said will be beneficial to everyone's performances. In years past, the meet was held in Odessa, Texas, where, according to Spinnler, desert winds and high altitude hampered marks and darkened spirits. But Spinnler said the new site of the meet - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville - is ideal.
March 31, 2006
PREP BASEBALL Goretti 8, St. James 1 St. James 001 000 0 - 1 4 3 Goretti 000 224 x - 8 10 4 Russ, Belcastro (5), Draper (6) and Venditta; Plank and Brashears. WP - Plank. LP - Russ. Southern Fulton 8, Hyndman 2 Hyndman 100 100 0 - 2 6 3 So. Fulton 002 600 x - 8 8 4 Emerick, Crosten (4) and Stair. Redman and Baker. WP - Redman (1-0). LP - Emerick. PREP SOFTBALL Southern Fulton 4, Hyndman 3 Hyndman 000 120 0 - 3 7 0 So. Fulton 200 200 x - 4 4 2 Dawson, Shaffer (4)
March 27, 2011
Sunday, March 27, 2011 COLLEGE BASEBALL WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. — Shepherd pounded out 19 hits, but Wheeling Jesuit rallied for a 14-13 win over the Rams in WVIAC action Sunday. Trailing 9-8, Shepherd (6-12, 2-9) scored four runs in the seventh inning to take a 12-9 lead. A two-run single by Jake Cook and an RBI single by Val Arduini keyed the rally. The Cardinals (7-7, 5-1) added a run in the seventh and took a 14-12 lead with four runs in the eighth. Corey Hull belted a two-run double to highlight the four-run rally.
March 28, 2004
PREP BASEBALL Mercersburg 12, McConnellsburg 2 MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Josh Davis hit a two-run home run as part of a 10-run sixth inning for Mercersburg Academy in a season-opening win over McConnellsburg. Davis finished the game with three hits and three RBI, while Alex Lowe had two hits and two RBI and Zac Hart drove in two for Mercersburg (1-0). Gunner Coil worked five innings, giving up one earned run and three hits while striking out eight in the no-decision.
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