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By JACK HILL III | April 30, 1998
HANCOCK - McConnellsburg made it a clean sweep on Wednesday. McConnellsburg won both the boys and the girls team championships in the 17th Annual Tri-State Track and Field Invitational at Hancock High School. --cont. from front page-- McConnellsburg used everyone it had to edge Chestnut Ridge, 117-106, for the boys title. "It was the depth again," McConnellsburg boys coach Don Gordon said. "We only won three events. It was the people that finished from second to fourth in several different events that won it for us. I was very impressed with how they came on at the end, because we were down by 20 points after six events to a very strong Chestnut Ridge team.
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NEWS
May 17, 2003
PREP TRACK SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Chambersburg junior Kylee Schuler lowered the Tri-State 3,200-meter record, while Waynesboro junior Nick Kipe grabbed gold in the triple jump Friday during the first day of the PIAA District 3 Track & Field Championships at Shippensburg University. Schuler - who earlier this season became the first area girl to ever break 11 minutes in the 3,200 with her 10:58.63 win at the Stan Morgan Invitational - went 10:46.95 to place second in Class AAA. Hershey's Angie Saterstad topped the field in 10:43.
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.
NEWS
March 25, 2005
PREP BASEBALL Billy Gross pitched five solid innings and added three hits and two RBI at the plate to help Frederick hold off North Hagerstown 6-5 in MVAL nonconference action on Thursday. Gross scattered four hits, struck out seven and walked one for Frederick (1-0), which jumped out to a 5-0 lead after the second inning. Mike Herald sparked the Cadets with a bases-loaded triple in the first. Hubs reliever Kent Worthington entered in the second and retired 14 straight Cadets - eight on strikeouts - before surrendering a run in the seventh that put Frederick ahead, 6-1. North (1-1)
NEWS
May 5, 2009
PREP LACROSSE The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association held the tournament draws for boys and girls lacrosse on Monday. First-round schedules are to be played Thursday, according to the MPSSAA. Game times for local teams are still to be determined. In Class 2A/1A West, Smithsburg plays host to Rockville on the boys side, while the Smithsburg girls travel to Glenelg. In Class 3A/2A West, South Hagerstown will likely host a boys/girls doubleheader, with the boys playing Kennedy and the girls squaring off against Tuscarora.
NEWS
By RON SOMERS / Morning Herald Sports Editor | May 12, 1998
by Joe Crocetta / staff photographer see the enlargement WILLIAMSPORT - All Hunter Cross needed on the back of his Superman warmup shirt was the number 40. That's how many points Cross, a North Hagerstown High senior, scored in the Washington County Track and Field Championships on Monday at Williamsport High. --cont. from front page-- His four wins at 10 points each- in the long and triple jumps and high and intermediate hurdles - helped propel the North boys to the county title for the second straight year.
NEWS
May 17, 2004
YOUTH LEAGUES Wash. Co. Girls Softball Middle School Division B.J.'s Custom Embroidery 9, William Gower & Sons 1: Marla Delamaeua had four hits, including a home run, to lead B.J.'s, while Ashley Ernde had two hits and Amelia Plank homered. Larry Allen 17, William Gower & Sons 4: Britni Smith homered and Katie Cronise had three hits to lead Larry Allen. Lauren McVicker, Sarah Hoover, Jessica Berry and Jenna Doggett had two hits each in the win. Mid-Atlantic Ortho 12, Taylor's Sluggers 11: Alyssa Collier, Christen Brown, Carrie Johnson and Caroline Krieger each had two hits for Mid-Atlantic.
NEWS
By DAN KAUFFMAN | May 1, 2009
MIDDLETOWN, Md. -- North Hagerstown's girls track and field team gave host Middletown all the defending Maryland Class 2A state champions could handle at Friday's MVAL Piedmont championships. Renee Phillips and Beth Wagner each won two individual events and Sam Koterwas and Corrie Anderson finished 1-2 in the 400 for the Hubs. But the Knights -- led by Brittney Caudle, who won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 runs -- held on to win the title, scoring 129 points to North's 114. "We did really well today," said Wagner, who won the 300 hurdles (a personal-best 48.45)
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