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NEWS
May 25, 2007
PREP TRACK & FIELD Maryland State Championships at BALTIMORE Winners and Washington County competitors Girls Class 1A 3,200 - 1. MacFawn (Allegany) 11:39.37; 4. Hardy (Williamsport) 12:24.27; 5. Forsythe (Williamsport) 12:25.61. 800 relay - 1. Western Tech 1:44.01; 5. Williamsport 1:48.26; 13. Clear Spring 1:57.82. 3,200 relay - 1. Williamsport 10:02.02; 2. Boonsboro 10:08.78; 8. Clear Spring 10:36.59. Pole vault - 1. Henline (Marriotts Ridge)
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NEWS
May 30, 2007
TRACK & FIELD Wright Memorial All-Comers Series No. 1 at BOONSBORO Winners Males 100 - 9 & under: Keegan Bowles 16.7; Open: Anthony Buhrman 11.6. 110 hurdles - Billy Johnson 19.9. 200 - Anthony Buhrman 24.5. 400 - Donell Ferguson 58.8. 800 - Marques Sneed 2:04.3. 1 Mile - Dustin Adams 4:38.2. 2 Mile - Graham Peck 10:36.8. 400 relay - Sneed's Striders 48.2. Shot put - Jordan Lowery 33-4. Discus - Jordan Lowery 105-3.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | April 26, 2003
andrewm@herald-mail.com Middletown track coach Don Boyer had so much fun competing in the rain under the lights at the 24th annual Rebel Relays Friday night, he can't wait to return to School Stadium next year. "I love running under the lights," said Boyer. "It's a meet the kids won't forget. They're all soaking wet. ... This was our first time at the Rebel Relays, and we hope to come back again. " Of course, the Knights probably would have enjoyed handing off the baton under the sun just as much, the way they showed off their depth to top the seven-team boys field.
NEWS
By ANDREW MASON | May 23, 2008
BALTIMORE -- For the Williamsport girls to have a shot at winning the Class 1A team title at the Maryland State Track & Field Championships, they're likely going to need a bunch of points from Cayla Broadwater. "I like being in that position," she said. "I like carrying that weight. " Broadwater was as light as a feather Thursday as she sailed through her first event at Morgan State University. The Williamsport junior won the triple jump by more than three feet with a personal- and area-best leap of 36 feet, 6 inches, which came on her first jump of the event.
NEWS
April 20, 2009
GIRLS TRACK Southern Fulton 86, Hancock 47 at HANCOCK 100 -- 1. Mellott (SF) 13.9; 2. McCarty (H); 3. C. Hollenshead (SF); 200 -- 1. Bard (SF) 28.1; 2. McCarty (H); 3. Spade (SF); 400 -- 1. Mellott (SF) 1:09.1; 2. Bowman (H); 3. Hawkins (SF); 800 -- 1. C Hollenshead 2:52.6 (SF); 2. Merchant (H); 3. Beatty (SF); 1,600 -- 1. Bard (SF) 5:53; 2. Merchant (H); 3. Beatty (SF); 3,200 -- 1. J. Hollenshead (SF) 13:27; 2. Hill (SF); 110H - 1. K. Truax (SF)
SPORTS
May 25, 2012
Raven Jackson finally captured gold. The North Hagerstown senior won the Class 3A girls triple jump at the Maryland State Track & Field Championships on Friday at Morgan State University. Jackson's winning mark of 36 feet, 4 1/2 inches came on her second of six attempts. Albert Einstein's Anna Ucheomumu was the runner-up at 36-1 1/4. Last year at states, competing in Class 2A, Jackson placed second in the long jump and third in the triple jump, after placing second in both jumps as a sophomore.
NEWS
BY DAN KULIN /Staff Writer | May 20, 2002
kauffman@herald-mail.com WILLIAMSPORT - They're the Zonis champions, Monocacy Valley Athletic League queens, Washington County titleists and, as of Friday night, the Class 1A West girls champs. All that's left for Smithsburg to achieve is the goal the Leopards had all along - a seventh straight state championship. Smithsburg rolled out of its weapons - from seniors Laura Stouffer, Carrie Hartman and Michelle Feiser, to underclassmen Corina Campbell and Samantha Schweinhart and, for good measure, star throwers Tara Knable and Detra Mackey - and rolled past everyone in the team race, scoring a mind-boggling 181 points and topping second-place Williamsport by 90. Next up for Smithsburg?
NEWS
by JACK HILL III | April 7, 2003
BOONSBORO - Smithsburg track coach Buddy Orndorff does not like to overemphasize the beginning of the regular season. He just wants the athletes on his team to gradually prepare themselves for the big post-season meets at the end of the spring. However, he will gladly accept any extra success that comes along the way. Smithsburg got some of that extra success on Saturday when it swept both the boys and the girls team championships at the Chuck Zonis Invitational. North Hagerstown was the host school, but the track meet was moved to Boonsboro because of unsuitable conditions at North.
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