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September 1, 1991
BoonsboroWarriorsCoach: Clayton Anders, seventh yearAssistant coaches: Eugene Swain, Mark Angle, Kevin Boyer, Curt Fazenbaker, Neville Leonard, Riggin Elliott, Gerald ReederLast year's record: 4-6, 4-5 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic LeagueTop returnees: Seniors, running back/linebacker Trey Knight, center/defensive lineman Heath Berker, wide receiver/defensive back Nathan Semler; juniors, running back Phil Wade, offensive guard/defensive tackle Chris Moore,...
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September 30, 2007
GIRLS SOCCER No. 14 Liberty @ Winters Mill WHEN -- Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. OUTLOOK -- After starting the season 1-3, Liberty - last year's Monocacy Valley Athletic League Piedmont Conference champion - has bounced back with wins against North Carroll and Hereford. Winters Mill, meanwhile, was off to a 4-1 start before its game against North Carroll yesterday, led by first team All-County midfielders Missy Rankin and Cassie Cooke, the latter a transfer from Westminster. Liberty ended Winters Mill's season in the regional playoffs a year ago. FOOTBALL North Carroll @ Century WHEN -- Friday, 7 p.m. OUTLOOK -- Two of the county's biggest surprise teams meet in a game that could prove pivotal in the Carroll County title hunt.
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NEWS
September 1, 1991
F. Scott KeyEaglesCoach: Mike Coons, third yearAssistant coaches: Bill Hyson, Ed Williard, Jeff Yingling, Brent Blythe, David Wheeler, Brian Hollingsworth, David Dodson, Tim HarrisonLast year's record: 0-10, 0-9 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic LeagueTop returnees: Seniors, center/defensive tackle Clint Cromwell, linebacker/running back Norman Jones, wide receiver Scott Everly, tight end/defensive back Pat Bosley,linebacker Brandon Brilhart; juniors, offensive...
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 13, 2007
To say that North Carroll's Erik Adami posted a career day at Wednesday's Carroll County track and field championships at Century would be an understatement. The multi-talented senior scored 36 individual points, taking gold medals in the pole vault, high jump and discus, to lead the Panthers to their first-ever boys outdoor championship. Along the way, Adami achieved personal bests in the pole vault (14 feet) and discus (133 feet, 7.25 inches). The winning height in the pole vault, in fact, was 18 inches higher than his winning height the week before at the Monocacy Valley Athletic League Chesapeake Conference meet, and just 6 inches off the county record.
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September 1, 1991
BrunswickRailroadersCoach: Mark Mitchell, second yearAssistant coaches: Jon Marshall, Art Carpenter, Neil Porter, Ray Aubel, Todd MumpowerLast year's record: 3-7 overall, 2-7 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic LeagueTop returnees: Seniors, running back Scott Frye; juniors, quarterback Sean Haga, running back Randy Franklin, offensive center/linebacker John MongoldTop newcomers: Juniors, fullback Ryan Reynolds, running back Jeff OdenCoach's comments: "We have...
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September 1, 1991
S. HagerstownRebelsCoach: Greg Kellick, fourth yearAssistant coaches: Ralph Stottlemyer, Rick LoveLast year's record: 7-3, 6-3 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic LeagueTop returnees: Seniors, nose guard Matt McCauley, defensive back Brent Raley, running back/linebacker David Lawrence, offensive tackle Dave Hull, offensive guard Dustin Higgins, running back/defensive back Jay SubettoTop newcomers: Juniors, quarterback Tyson Hinckle, center Larry Moore, split...
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September 1, 1991
MiddletownKnightsCoach: Tim Ambrose, 19th yearAssistant coaches: Dave Grove, Jim McNitt, Greg Salley, Steve Nibbs, Greg Clark, Ralph Santaliz, Bob White, Kirk KraeuterLast year's record: 8-2, second in the Monocacy Valley Athletic LeagueTop returnees: Seniors, defensive end Mike Pilch, defensive tackle Josh Anderson, linebacker Richard Queen, defensive back Jason Delauter, defensive back Donald Lowe, center Rob Buchanan, tight end Joe Kefauver, defensive tackle...
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September 1, 1991
CatoctinCougarsCoach: Doug Williams, first yearAssistant coaches: Doug Rine,Paul Dumars, Scott Baker, Doug Baker, Tom Prapodi, Jim CourleyLast year's record: 1-9 overall, 1-8 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic LeagueTop returnees: Seniors, offensive guard/defensive end Bill Adams, defensive end/offensive tackle Matt Sweeney, offensive guard Jimmy Eckenrode, center/inside linebacker Tim Rhodes, running back Greg May, safety/quarterback Greg Savage, split end/defensive...
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September 1, 1991
WalkersvilleLionsCoach: Dave Schrodel, sixth yearAssistant coaches: Mike Wells, Ron Manges, Curt Hughes, Matt Perkins, Jim Abbott, Rick Little, Larry PonsonLast year's record: 9-1 overall, 8-1 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League and tied for firstTop returnees: Seniors, running back Brad Friedman, wide receiver Matt Arthur, offensive tackle Tony Beatrice, running back Chad Hildebrand, offensive tackle Matt Watcher, tight end Brian Boone, nose guard Josh...
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September 1, 1991
WilliamsportWildcatsCoach: Ray Montini, sixth yearAssistant coaches: John Bailey,Randy Longnecker, Rick Carbaugh, Henry Smith, Tom DzurLast year's record: 3-7 overall, 2-7 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic LeagueTop returnees: Seniors, tight end Frank King, guard/linebacker Mike Sease, running back/cornerback Danny ReaseTop newcomers: Senior, quarterback Craig Hammond; juniors, fullback Brad Weaver, fullback Dante HawkinsCoach's comments: "We have very little...
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 6, 2007
Twenty-four of Carroll County's top seniors have been chosen to play in the second annual Mid-Maryland All-Star Baseball Classic, scheduled for May 30 at Hagerstown Municipal Stadium. County players on the Big School, East team, coached by Liberty's Erik Barnes, include Francis Scott Key's Shane Eyler and Jimmy Gilford; North Carroll's Evan Picciotto, Nick Riley, Mike Yingling and Levi Lafferty; Liberty's Jared Heffler, Jack Lambert and John Byram; and Westminster's Dustin Tarlow, Brett Harman and Doug Politz.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to the Sun | April 29, 2007
A year ago, Westminster's Brett Harman said he had no idea that he was closing in on the Monocacy Valley Athletic League record for career wins. Now, after picking up career victory No. 23 earlier this month against Dulaney, the Maryland-bound pitcher has one more distinction to add to his already impressive resume. "It just came to my attention last year when the MVAL was updating all their records," Harman said. " I knew I had broken some season records, and then I looked at the career records and started thinking, `Wow, next year I probably could do it.'" He first attempted to break the mark against Liberty, but wound up losing a 1-0 decision.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | March 21, 2005
Performer of the Year Katie Herstch, Winters Mill Last season's county Performer of the Year hardly let up this winter. After winning three county crowns last year, the junior won gold twice at the county championships, taking the 800 in 2 minutes, 34.96 seconds and the 1,600 in 5:22.72. Hertsch won both events (2:34.9 in the 800 and 5:38.2 in the 1,600) in the Piedmont Division of the Monocacy Valley Athletic League championships. After posting a victory in the 800 (2:30.3) and finishing second in the 1,600 at the Class 2A-1A West regional meet, Hertsch placed second in the 800 and third in the 1,600 at the state championships.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | October 10, 2004
MONROVIA - Trisha Repsher knows how to keep a good thing going. So when the Westminster junior's decision to take a day off before the Run from the Lion's Den Invitational Wednesday led to the individual title, she decided to do the same thing for yesterday's Lancer Invitational. The formula worked again as Repsher ran away with the championship at Kemptown Park in Frederick County. The No. 2 Dulaney girls squad easily grabbed the team crown, while No. 3 Liberty took the boys title. Frederick's Morgan Sowell claimed the boys championship.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 15, 2003
Lightning and poor field conditions put an early end to last night's boys soccer game at Liberty. It also kept the Carroll County title picture in limbo for at least one more day. Liberty led Westminster 1-0 when the game was called with 10:31 left in regulation. Though a win would give the Lions the inside track to the county title, they will have to wait until today to learn what action the Monocacy Valley Athletic League will take. The league could either rule the game a final; have the teams play out the final minutes; or, in a far more remote possibility, have the entire game replayed.
SPORTS
By RICH SCHERR | March 19, 2003
BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR Ryan Carr Westminster, junior Perhaps there is no harder worker in Carroll County boys basketball than Carr, who led the Owls to the county title by averaging 13 points, three assists and three rebounds. When practice is over, Carr usually travels to the YMCA to work on his game, most often by himself. Owls coach Brett Kanther says that Carr "gives to the game," understanding that the more hard work and effort he puts into basketball, the more he will get back.
NEWS
September 1, 1991
SmithsburgLeopardsCoach: Carroll Reid, 25th yearAssistant coaches: Buddy Orndorff, Ken Lutz, David Weaver, Jeff Barnhart, Rick Akers, Greg McGuirk, Larry ShumakerLast year's record: 8-4 overall, fourth in the Monocacy Valley Athletic LeagueTop returnees: Seniors, offensive guard Matt Wieand, running back Heath Crone, wide receiver Jason Draper, linebacker/running back Toby Williams, quarterback Jim Stout, offensive guard Todd Shives; juniors, running back...
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | December 24, 1997
Francis Scott Key, the lone remaining unbeaten Carroll County boys basketball team, will put its 5-0 record on the line when it participates in the North Carroll Holiday tournament next week.North Carroll will host boys and girls games with afternoon and evening doubleheaders next Monday and Tuesday. Key's boys, currently tied for first place in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League at 3-0, will play North Carroll (4-1 before last night's game at Glenelg) at 8 p.m., providing a matchup of two of the county's 20-point scorers, Josh Hollman of Key and Robbie Vaughn of North Carroll.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | January 31, 1996
Mike Crawmer did some of his best work of the season in last night's first quarter against visiting Williamsport.The Francis Scott Key senior still had plenty left for overtime.In between was a solid all-around effort from the Eagles that enabled them to come away with a 62-60 overtime win against Williamsport.Crawmer led the way with 25 points -- 15 in the first quarter and six more in the extra session -- as the Eagles (8-7, 5-6 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League) won for the third time in four games.
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