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email@example.comSmithsburg’s boys lacrosse team will be happy to see someone other than Thomas Johnson’s Nick Sponyoe between the pipes the rest of this season. The Leopards outshot the Patriots 52-20 and, thanks to Travis Leopold, won 16 of 20 faceoffs. But...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgSouth Hagerstown’s first home boys lacrosse victory since 2008 certainly was a memorable affair. In a game that had it all, the Rebels came up with clutch goals early in the fourth quarter and huge penalty kills and saves late in the period to turn...
email@example.comST. JAMES — The Saint James boys lacrosse team faced something it hadn’t seen yet this season — a zone defense played by Mid-Atlantic Conference foe St. Andrews — and beat it with unselfish teamwork. Nine players scored at least...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThough North Hagerstown’s boys lacrosse team fought until the final horn on Thursday, the Hubs couldn’t withstand Middletown’s powerful attack, falling to the Knights 13-6 at Mike Callas Stadium. Middletown (3-0) was led by Cody Martin,...
email@example.comNorth Hagerstown’s season and MVAL Antietam boys lacrosse opener against Brunswick became a showcase for the Hubs’ multi-dimensional offensive attack on Tuesday night at Mike Callas Stadium. Drew Brooks scored four goals and Kyle Hewlett...
We lost a dear, deer friend in Bucky To the editor: On Saturday, March 16, we got the phone call that we were dreading. Bucky, the lovable, tame, Sharpsburg-area “pet” deer was dead, with a rope around his neck and caught in a fence. In...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile North Hagerstown is clearly the team to beat among Washington County girls lacrosse squads in 2013, there is no such sure thing among the county’s boys teams. The top county team by record in 2012 — Smithsburg at 8-5 — has two...
email@example.comHow far can North Hagerstown go? That’s the dominant question in Washington County girls lacrosse this season, because the Hubs are clearly the team to beat. North went 10-3 in 2012 and returns 10 starters. Five of them were Herald-Mail All-County...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgNorth Hagerstown’s boys lacrosse team defended its home turf at Mike Callas Stadium on Thursday, defeating Boonsboro 15-7 on Senior Night in the MVAL Antietam. Senior Drew Brooks had a game for the ages in his final home contest, netting seven...
Thursday, January 10, 2013 GIRLS BASKETBALL South 58, Brunswick 31 BRUNSWICK, Md. — Tayana Stewart had 14 points to lead South Hagerstown past Brunswick (3-9, 1-5) in the MVAL Antietam on Thursday. Chelsey Scott had 12 points and Katrice...
Editor’s note: This is the third installment in a six-part series compiled by staff writer Tim Koelble looking back at some of the biggest local, regional and national stories of 2012. MAY 2 - In softball, Smithsburg defeats Clear Spring 2-1 to...
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email@example.comMadison Fahey has a future home in women’s lacrosse. Fahey, a junior at Saint James, has verbally committed to Loyola University of Maryland, a current member of the Big East in women’s lacrosse but ready to join the Patriot Conference in...
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