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email@example.comFor someone who never played tennis until the start of high school, North Hagerstown’s Max Ober put together a sensational prep career. Ober rose through the Hubs’ ranks over his four years, becoming their No. 1 singles player for the last...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgClear Spring senior Cayla Garner set lofty standards for herself before the tennis season. “I’m a very competitive person, so I set high goals for myself and I wanted to try to be undefeated and win player of the year,” Garner said....
North Hagerstown senior Max Ober reached the boys singles quarterfinals at the Maryland State Tennis Tournament on Friday before his season and undefeated streak came to an end. Ober defeated C. Milton Wright’s Bobby Frantz 6-3, 7-6 (2) in the...
email@example.comSaturday’s Maryland Region I boys singles final between North Hagerstown’s Max Ober and Urbana’s Edward Yoon was a clash of styles. Yoon is a classical baseliner with a powerful forehand and solid backhand who’s clearly been...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNorth Hagerstown’s Max Ober cemented his place at the top of the Washington County tennis mountain on Monday. Ober dethroned two-time defending county boys singles champion Serge Aleshin-Guendel of Boonsboro 6-2, 6-4 in the county tournament...
Associated PressThe man suspected of killing a West Virginia sheriff as he ate lunch in his car was mentally disturbed and had no particular vendetta with law enforcement, his father told The Associated Press on Thursday. Melvin Maynard said his 37-year-old son,...
email@example.comNorth Hagerstown tennis coach Kevin Reynolds has a “problem.” He has two former Herald-Mail boys players of the year returning, and only one No. 1 singles spot. Teddy Schoeck won the honor in 2011 after a sensational freshman season, going...
Saturday, October 27, 2012 PREP VOLLEYBALL Peyton Wallech had 11 kills and 14 digs, and Christine Randall added 11 kills and six digs as the Hubs swept the Blazers 25-19, 25-23, 25-11 in an MVAL Antietam battle Saturday. North (12-1, 6-0) clinched...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe “thwap” of tennis balls echoed through The Tennis Club on Sunday as players young and old used the courts. The Tri-State Tennis Association and The Tennis Club participated in the United State Tennis Association’s (USTA) “...
email@example.comDozens of James Buchanan High School tennis players put the first scuff marks on their six new tennis courts Monday. A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new courts preceded the first practice of the fall season. The $135,000 courts between Tuscarora School...
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After two fainting episodes this summer, my doctor supplied a simple solution: Sodium chloride. Apparently, I need more salt in my diet. Most people would love to have that diagnosis, rather than the opposite one: Limit your salt intake. I've heard...
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Monday, June 25, 2012 YOUTH TRACK & FIELD Area athletes qualify for nationals Several members from Mountain Express and Mach 1, both Hagerstown-area clubs, qualified for the AAU Junior Olympic National Championships at the Mountain Express...
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