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September 29, 2014
Harford Christian beat Rising Sun, 3-2, in girls field hockey action Monday afternoon. The game was tied 1-1 at halftime. Scoring for Harford Christian were Julia Smith, Sue Edwards and Lily Loomis. Mallory Tiffin and Brianna Baily found the net for Rising Sun. Harford Christian's AudreyAnna Howell had fives saves in goal, while Rising Sun's Maddie Hurm had nine. In other field hockey action Monday, Havre de Grace lost to Tome, 1-0. No game details were provided. CMW, NH settle for tie Even penalty strokes couldn't decide Friday afternoon's field hockey game between North Harford and C. Milton Wright, who had to settle for a 2-2 tie. The game was scoreless through regulation and overtime, then each team scored twice on the penalty strokes - Gabby Karr and Meredith Parks for the Hawks and Olivia Beachley and Emilee Hailey for the Mustangs.
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September 29, 2014
Harford Christian beat Rising Sun, 3-2, in girls field hockey action Monday afternoon. The game was tied 1-1 at halftime. Scoring for Harford Christian were Julia Smith, Sue Edwards and Lily Loomis. Mallory Tiffin and Brianna Baily found the net for Rising Sun. Harford Christian's AudreyAnna Howell had fives saves in goal, while Rising Sun's Maddie Hurm had nine. In other field hockey action Monday, Havre de Grace lost to Tome, 1-0. No game details were provided. CMW, NH settle for tie Even penalty strokes couldn't decide Friday afternoon's field hockey game between North Harford and C. Milton Wright, who had to settle for a 2-2 tie. The game was scoreless through regulation and overtime, then each team scored twice on the penalty strokes - Gabby Karr and Meredith Parks for the Hawks and Olivia Beachley and Emilee Hailey for the Mustangs.
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EXPLORE
January 31, 2013
The North Harford Hawks won on the road Thursday night, overcoming a halftime deficit to edge out the Harford Christian Eagles, 55-49. The visiting Hawks trailed, 21-19, at the halftime intermission, and were behind, 34-27, in the third quarter before head coach Jeff Burrows said his team "woke up. " Leading the North Harford charge was Brock Hurley, who had 25 points, 12 rebounds and six steals. Madison Varvaris posted six points and three assists in the victory, while Nic Hammer came through with eight points, seven rebounds and three assists.
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | December 18, 2013
Senior guard Dyzhanay Burton made a 3-pointer late in Tuesday's third quarter to score her 1,001st career point and No. 9 City's girls basketball team (4-0) handily defeated visiting Southern, 64-34. Burton, who will play for the College of Charleston, finished with a game-high 19 points. The inside play of Jordan Brown (18 points) led the Bulldogs (0-4). No. 15 Patterson Mill 73, Elkton 2: All 10 Huskies scored, led by Qalea Ismail with 16 points. Chyna Latimer added 14 points.
NEWS
By Bill Free | November 5, 2006
Senior outside hitter Jaime Schaller played a major role in Harford Christian School's march to a 13-2 record this season, coming through with significant kills and serving consistently well. Schaller said her teammates were so team-oriented that they stopped keeping individual statistics halfway through the season and concentrated on the Maryland Association of Christian Schools tournament championship; the team finished third. What was your responsibility as a three-year starter and team leader?
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By Jeff Seidel | May 4, 2008
Alana Shinsky of Harford Christian became the first pitcher in school history to reach 200 strikeouts in a career during a game last week. Shinsky reached the milestone in last Wednesday's 13-2 rout of Elkton Christian. She struck out 13 and gave up one hit in the victory, as Harford Christian improved to 2-7 overall. Shinsky, a senior, has been on the varsity as a pitcher for three years. She had 165 strikeouts entering this season. Harford Christian plays 10-12 games per season, coach Jerry Slonaker said.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | December 11, 1994
It's a new season, but two perennial favorites are expected to rule their leagues in Harford County girls basketball.On the one hand is Fallston, returning 10 of its top 12 players of a year ago when it went 21-0 before losing in the state Class 2A semifinals. On the other is Harford Christian, armed with a collection of postseason honors the last two years and coming off successive records of 28-1 and 19-3.Fallston will be after its third straight county and regional titles, with only senior Suzy Harrison (back surgery)
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | January 31, 1993
About a year ago, Jen Chatham realized a school record was within her grasp.The Harford Christian forward needed only 204 points to break the career scoring record of 972 and just 27 more to reach the 1,000-point mark.Going into Monday's game, Chatham was so close that the marquee outside the school announced, "Come see Jen Chatham score her 1,000th point today."That wasn't overconfidence -- Chatham reached the mark with her first basket of the game. She made it 999 with a free throw and 1,001 on a feed from point guard Suzanne Akers.
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By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1998
Harford Christian's boys' soccer team is rocking and rolling at 8-0, with four shutouts.The Eagles' wins include a 3-2 victory over last year's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference champ Chapelgate and a 1-0 victory over Wilmington Christian School, which is ranked No. 10 in Delaware.The victory over Wilmington, secured by junior Ryan Parkes, avenged a 10-0 loss of a year ago. An earlier 2-1 win over Joppatowne avenged a 5-0 loss.The Eagles, coached by Harley Parkes, play an independent schedule with eight games left.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2001
Led by Becky Wike, the area's leading scorer and rebounder, the Carroll Christian girls basketball team (9-4 overall, 5-0 league) puts its unblemished league record on the line in Westminster at 6:30 tomorrow night against the Harford Christian Eagles, the defending Potomac Christian Athletic Conference champions. The Patriots finished second in the PCAC last season. Wike, a 5-foot-11 All-Carroll County senior center who transferred from North Carroll, averages 24.7 points and 18.5 rebounds.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | June 26, 2013
Harford Christian School won its second consecutive Maryland Envirothon recently, its third overall state championship in the past five years, and will represent the state in the North American Envirothon in August. The Darlington school's five-member team took part in the two-day state competition, held June 19 and 20 at the Western Maryland 4-H Camp in Garrett County. Harford Christian won the first of its three state Envirothon titles in 2008, according to a news release. The school placed seventh in last year's North American competition.
SPORTS
The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2013
Harford Christian Academy boys basketball coach Richard Westerlund is leaving Maryland to take over as the head basketball coach at Crossroads College in Rochester, Minn. Westerlund, an Ellicott City native, guided HCA to a 24-6 record last season. Crossroads is an NAIA II school. "I believe the potential for growth and success is imminent, and I am committed to embracing this process as we look to become one of the premier Christian college basketball programs in the nation," Westerlund said in a news release .  
EXPLORE
June 4, 2013
They've waited 13 years for this day to finally come - Graduation Day. For the hundreds of members of the Class of 2013 in Harford's public and private schools, it's the end to 13 years of hard work and the beginning of something new, whether it be full-time employment, going off to college or joining the military. One chapter of their lives is closing, another just starting. Students at John Archer, Harford Christian and John Carroll schools and Aberdeen, Bel Air and C. Milton Wright high schools have already accepted their diplomas.
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January 31, 2013
The North Harford Hawks won on the road Thursday night, overcoming a halftime deficit to edge out the Harford Christian Eagles, 55-49. The visiting Hawks trailed, 21-19, at the halftime intermission, and were behind, 34-27, in the third quarter before head coach Jeff Burrows said his team "woke up. " Leading the North Harford charge was Brock Hurley, who had 25 points, 12 rebounds and six steals. Madison Varvaris posted six points and three assists in the victory, while Nic Hammer came through with eight points, seven rebounds and three assists.
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May 31, 2011
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SPORTS
By From Sun staff reports | December 7, 2010
Mitch Cross led all scorers with 11 points as host Loyola beat Cristo Rey Jesuit, 56-28, Tuesday. The Dons (3-0), shot just 9-for-30 from the foul line; the Hornets were 6-for-25. The Dons have outscored opponents 159-113 during their three-game winning streak to start the season. Old Mill 84, Howard 62: Eric Savage had a game-high 20 points and Gavin Salmond had 19 to lead the host Patriots (1-0) past the Lions (0-1). Old Mill led by nine after the first quarter.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1996
HAGERSTOWN -- When the Carroll Christian Patriots matched up with Harford Christian for yesterday afternoon's opening tip, they were giving up inches at every spot.They were quick to shrug them off.The Patriots started from the outside, then spent the rest of the afternoon slashing to the basket and came away with a 69-38 win over Harford Christian to capture the Maryland Association of Christian Schools state tournament.It was the first MACS state title for the Patriots, who avenged a 68-55 loss to Harford Christian earlier in the regular season.
NEWS
By BILL FREE and BILL FREE,Sun Reporter | February 11, 2007
The Harford Christian girls basketball team has had a successful season, going 10-3 and sitting in second place in the Maryland Association of Christian Schools league. The only problem is that the Carroll Christian squad from Westminster is charging through the league with a 13-0 record to overshadow Harford Christian's performance. "Carroll Christian goes six-deep on the front line," said Harford Christian coach Brian Akers, who is in his 14th season. "We can't match that size. Their inside people average 4 to 5 inches taller than our front line.
SPORTS
By Baltimore Sun reporter | November 30, 2010
TUESDAY BOYS BASKETBALL Calvert Hall 56, Gilman 51 Chapelgate 69, St. John's-CP 40 Granite Baptist 74, Red Lion 67 GIRLS BASKETBALL Indian Creek 37, Lutheran 33 Severn 51, Maryvale 39 Harford Christian 49, Calvary Baptist 12
NEWS
October 5, 2008
Community reading project includes dinner Harford Community College and the Maryland Center for the Book are partnering to hold a community reading project from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Chesapeake Dining Room. The public is invited to this free discussion of A Hope in the Unseen: An American Odyssey From the Inner City to the Ivy League by Ron Suskin, which chronicles the life of Cedric Jennings from the 10th grade at Ballou High School through his freshman year at Brown University and his struggles to escape from his blighted neighborhood.
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