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By JACK HILL III | Staff Correspondent | January 14, 2013
The Hagerstown Community College women's basketball team overcame a nine-point deficit in the first half to take a 29-22 halftime lead, then held off a few comeback attempts by Prince George's in the second half to earn a 62-53 victory on Monday night in a Maryland JuCo Conference game at the HCC athletic complex. “It is a good confidence-booster every time that we get a win,” Hawks coach Vicky Bullett said. “It was a tough, physical game. I am proud of the kids' intensity and the way that they were able to stay positive throughout the entire game.
By BOB PARASILITI | | February 12, 2013
The Hagerstown Community College women's basketball team stole a page from the Baltimore Ravens' offensive line on Tuesday. The Hawks used their own version of an “Orr” to take down Howard from the blind side. Sasha Orr sneaked into the lane to give the sixth-seeded Hawks added support on defense and opened holes down the floor with her speed for layups as Hagerstown notched a 60-46 victory over visiting Howard in a Maryland JuCo Conference play-in game. Orr scored 11 of her team-high 20 points in the second half and added four of her six assists to help the Hawks (14-12)
By RICHARD F. BELISLE | | April 21, 2012
A schools superintendent, a retired teacher, an NAACP officer and a gold medal-winning Olympian were honored Saturday by the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority's Eastern Panhandle Alumnae Chapter. Four high school seniors from both counties also were awarded scholarships at the chapter's fifth annual Jazz Brunch and Silent Auction. It was attended by more than 230 people, said Dr. Angela Oglesby, president of the 22-member Eastern Panhandle Alumnae Chapter of the 99-year-old international organization of professional and college-education black women.
By BOB PARASILITI | March 26, 1998
Parsons to coach women's pro basketball team Cathy Parsons has made a career out of taking chances, so when the opportunity came to add another first to her resume, the 1979 North Hagerstown High School graduate jumped at the chance. Parsons on Wednesday was named assistant coach of the Washington Mystics, one of the two expansion teams in the Women's National Basketball Association. "I feel like I have been a pioneer all my life," Parsons said. "This is a great opportunity to express who I am in sports and a great way to get to another level of visibility.
May 26, 2006
Good News Camp registration WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Registration is being accepted for eight weeks of Good News Camp at Mark Victor Teeter Memorial Park, 11708 Country Club Road. Activities include Bible lessons, missionary time, crafts, swimming, inner tubing and wagon rides. Camp is open to children who have completed kindergarten through and including sixth grade. Children may choose one week to attend from June 19 to Aug. 11. The cost is $32. Transportation will be provided from central locations in Franklin County, Pa. For information, call Child Evangelism Fellowship at 1-717-762-2115 or go to www.goodnewscamp.
June 12, 2008
YOUTH BASEBALL American Little League Funkstown 10, FOP 0 Funkstown: Jacob Wise 2 hits; Robert Tracey, Myles Nicholson combined 1-hitter. Clear Spring Little League MackIntosh Realtors 17, Cozzoli Studios 7 MackIntosh: Ryan Yetter 4 hits; Hunter Fiddler, Riley Lazich, Michael Wollard 2 hits each. Conococheague Little League Tony's Pizza 10, Broad Run 3 Tony's: Tristan Baker, Brandon Toloso 2 hits each. Conococheague Minor League Tony's Pizza 10, Reid's 6 Tony's: Cory Walters 4 hits; Christopher Pike, Aaron Koons 3 hits each; Joseph Pike HR. Reid's: Chad Atha, Josh Gerber 2 hits each.
By BOB PARASILITI | | October 26, 2011
Marlys Palmer has a feeling that the Hagerstown Community College women's basketball team will be able to give opponents their just desserts. “We have all the ingredients to make the cake,” Palmer said. “It's just a matter of if we can come together to do it.” The Hawks' concoction could be very interesting. HCC has sophomores to make expectations rise, firm texture in the middle and enough varied offense to put the icing on top. That is, if everything mixes well.
By BOB PARASILITI | | February 6, 2013
The Hagerstown Community College men's basketball team proved you can't lose a game in the first half. And you can survive a setback at the end of regulation. But in overtime, it has to be winning time. And for the Hawks on Wednesday, it wasn't. Baltimore's Sean Farr drove the lane for an acrobatic, highly contested layup with 3 seconds remaining in the extra period to defeat HCC 81-79 in the men's half of a basketball doubleheader at the HCC athletic center. HCC's women defeated Baltimore 65-52 in the opener.
By WILL ROBINSON | | November 14, 2012
Wednesday's Maryland JuCo Conference women's basketball matchup between Hagerstown Community College and Chesapeake College was a tale of two halves. For the Hawks, it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. HCC matched up well with Chesapeake in the first half, but the Skipjacks found their rhythm in the second en route to a 76-62 victory. HCC (1-3, 1-1) held a steady lead through the majority of the first half, using a methodical half-court offense to find the open shooter.
By JACK HILL III | Staff Correspondent | November 25, 2012
The Hagerstown Community College men's basketball team raised it record to 8-0 as they earned a come-from-behind 87-79 win over the Monroe College Mustangs from Bronx, N.Y., on Sunday during the second day of the Jim Brown Classic at the HCC athletic complex. “I think our sophomores really understansd the significance of playing Monroe,” HCC coach Barry Brown said. “We battled in the first half. But in the second half, it was a gut check. Monroe had a real big and physically tough team that was well-coached.
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