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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | March 11, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- The Irv and Mike Show played Cole Field House last night after a long-running engagement in Howard County, and the Oakland Mills duo scored 27 points apiece, earning a standing ovation from their fans.Irving Conwell and Mike Hill led the No. 11 Scorpions to a 74-67 overtime victory in a Class 2A state semifinal against the South Hagerstown Rebels (22-3), who hadn't played in a final four since 1980.The Scorpions will play defending state champion Dunbar for the 2A title at 6 tonight.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | May 24, 2008
Marriotts Ridge will play for the Class 2A state baseball title today after South Hagerstown was forced to forfeit its victory Wednesday over the Mustangs in the semifinals. South Hagerstown's 14-10 win at Arundel was overturned because, it was ruled, the Washington County school violated the rule on pitching limitations, the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association announced yesterday. The No. 12 Mustangs (18-5) will meet Kent Island for the championship at 4:30 p.m. today at Ripken Stadium.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | May 24, 2008
Marriotts Ridge will play for the Class 2A state baseball title today after South Hagerstown was forced to forfeit its victory Wednesday over the Mustangs in the semifinals. South Hagerstown's 14-10 win at Arundel was overturned because, it was ruled, the Washington County school violated the rule on pitching limitations, the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association announced yesterday. The No. 12 Mustangs (18-5) will meet Kent Island for the championship at 4:30 p.m. today at Ripken Stadium.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Sun | May 22, 2008
Baseball state semifinals Marriotts Ridge's run through the regional playoffs consisted of low-scoring affairs, but last night in the Class 2A state semifinal, the Mustangs ran into a South Hagerstown team that relied on its explosive offense to win. The Rebels sent every batter to the plate in the first two innings, but they walked nine batters and hit one through the first four and could not pull away. South Hagerstown's hitting eventually bailed out the pitching, and the Rebels won, 14-10.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2002
In making its first state playoff appearance, South Hagerstown faced a Dunbar football team that boasts one of Baltimore City's most successful postseason traditions. South Hagerstown was hardly intimidated. The Rebels opened up a 28-point first-quarter lead in routing the 14th-ranked Poets, 42-0, in a Class 1A state quarterfinal game yesterday at Poly's Lumsden-Scott Stadium. The victory gave South Hagerstown (8-3) a berth in a state semifinal at 7 p.m. Friday at Beall. At Dunbar (8-3)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | October 28, 1995
The Francis Scott Key offense spent the entire night looking for a big play against South Hagerstown.When it finally came, it was too late. The visiting Rebels spoiled Key's homecoming with a 9-8 win last night in Uniontown.South Hagerstown quarterback Rodney Young found Danny Moore on an 18-yard touchdown strike to give the Rebels a 9-0 lead in the third quarter and they held off a late Key rally to improve to 5-3.The Eagles (4-4) scored with eight seconds left when quarterback Jordan Chiaruttini hit tight end Jesse Brossoit from four yards out.The Key touchdown was set up by a 50-yard reception by David Norwood on a throw from Brad Stonesifer, who took a lateral from Chiaruttini before throwing long.
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By RICH SCHERR and RICH SCHERR,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 25, 2006
South Carroll entered the Class 2A West playoffs seeking a healthy dose of confidence. The host Cavaliers got that and more last night, opening the game by scoring 31 of the first 37 points and later holding South Hagerstown without a field goal for a stretch of 20 minutes, 34 seconds in a 55-20 win. South Carroll (8-15) advances to face co-Carroll County champion Winters Mill, a Class 2A state semifinalist a year ago, in Monday night's regional quarterfinals. The Cavaliers have lost to the Falcons twice this season by a total of 67 points.
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By Lem Satterfield and Pat O'Malley and Lem Satterfield and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2004
Having played against Lake Clifton and Cardinal Gibbons, Lansdowne's John Jarboe has seen his share of high-scoring players. But none, the senior guard said, as prolific at South Hagerstown's David Miner, who has totaled 50 or more points five times with a high of 54. "I've played against some great players, but none who are scoring as much as he is," said Jarboe, who will guard Miner. "As a team, we feel like the underdogs, but we see this as a challenge and we're prepared for it." The 15th-ranked Vikings (21-4)
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December 3, 1994
YesterdayCLASS 4AAt Annapolis3' (4) North County vs. (3) Largo 7:30CLASS 2AAt South HagerstownDunbar 30, Fort Hill 15TodayCLASS 3AAt Gaithersburg4( (7) Wheaton vs. (1) Seneca Valley, 3CLASS 1AAt South Hagerstown3' (5) Smithsburg vs. (2) Boonsboro, 2
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | March 11, 1995
Fallston, knocked out of the last two state tournaments in the semifinals, finally atoned for past miseries, belting South Hagerstown, 61-43, in a Class 2A game at UMBC Fieldhouse yesterday.The Cougars (22-1), winners of 18 in a row, will meet Hammond (22-3), working on a seven-game winning streak, for the championship this afternoon at 1 o'clock.The matchup will pair two of the metro area's top four teams (Hammond is No. 2; Fallston No. 4), and each is in the state event for the fourth straight year -- with varying degrees of success.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 20, 2007
What seemingly began as a rebuilding year for the Westminster boys lacrosse team continued yesterday with an unlikely trip to the Class 4A-3A state semifinals. Despite losing seven starters and about 85 percent of their offensive production from last season, the Owls earned their fifth straight regional title last week. Though the results have surprised many, coach Jeff Doolan isn't among them. "We certainly lost a ton from last year, but we knew we had a core of really solid players [returning]
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By RICH SCHERR and RICH SCHERR,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 25, 2006
South Carroll entered the Class 2A West playoffs seeking a healthy dose of confidence. The host Cavaliers got that and more last night, opening the game by scoring 31 of the first 37 points and later holding South Hagerstown without a field goal for a stretch of 20 minutes, 34 seconds in a 55-20 win. South Carroll (8-15) advances to face co-Carroll County champion Winters Mill, a Class 2A state semifinalist a year ago, in Monday night's regional quarterfinals. The Cavaliers have lost to the Falcons twice this season by a total of 67 points.
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By MILTON KENT | February 19, 2006
Tuesday is the last home game of the season for the St. Maria Goretti's boys basketball team, the traditional time when seniors are honored for their service to the school and take one final bow before the faithful. If Gene Johnson gets applause, he'll accept it in street clothes, since he won't be suiting up against neighboring South Hagerstown, but not because of injury or through some fault of his own. Johnson is a fifth-year senior at Goretti, and he will be sitting in order to protect South Hagerstown from drawing sanctions for playing a team with a player deemed ineligible under Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association rules.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | November 6, 2004
Saturday's results Archbishop Spalding 27, Baltimore-Lutheran 6 Boonsboro 36, Smithsburg 30 C. H. Flowers 37, Bowie 18 Catonsville 28, Towson 14 Dematha 55, Archbishop Carroll, D.C. 6 Dulaney 14, Woodlawn 6 Eleanor Roosevelt 21, Suitland 20 Forestville 21, Crossland 6 Fort Hill 35, Allegany 13 Frederick 39, Thomas Johnson 26 Frederick Douglass 29, Friendly 15 Gwynn Park 42, Surrattsville 0 Linganore 18, Urbana 15 Maryland School for the...
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 13, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - David Miner had last been sighted locally in the fall of 2003, quarterbacking South Hagerstown's football team to a 40-point state quarterfinal blowout of Dunbar at Poly. But last night at the University of Maryland's Comcast Center, the Eastern Shore star failed to thwart another Baltimore-area program. John Jarboe limited Miner (15 points) to only two points in the second half, Gene Brown and Mike Carter (each with 11 points) stood tall from the perimeter, and 6-foot-5 Barry Cornish (18 points, eight rebounds)
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By Lem Satterfield and Pat O'Malley | March 11, 2004
Boys basketball state semifinals (At Comcast Center, College Park) Class 4A No. 7 Glen Burnie (22-3) vs. Northwestern-PG (16-9) When: Today, 7 p.m. Outlook: Glen Burnie, the only team back from last year's Class 4A state semifinals, will have to shoot well from the outside against a much bigger Wildcats team. Jeff Green, Northwestern's 6-foot-9 forward headed to Georgetown, averages 19 points, 14 rebounds and four blocks a game. He is complemented by 6-5 forward Leslie McKinstry, who averaged 15.7 points and 10 boards in the regionals that included a 76-72 win over defending Class 4A state champion Oxon Hill.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | April 19, 1995
The Francis Scott Key Eagles spent the entire afternoon yesterday waiting for their bats to arrive, but they never did.Credit a sharp curveball from South Hagerstown's Lee Lorshbaugh, who went the distance, allowing just four hits, to lead the visiting Rebels to a 8-3 win in a showdown for first place in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League.After allowing two runs in the first, the junior right-hander found his groove, finishing the day with eight strikeouts and getting plenty of support from a South Hagerstown offense that pounded out 12 hits.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | May 28, 1995
Sean Lookingbill could not have written a better script for the ending of his senior season.The Glenelg left-hander pitched a four-hit complete game and his No. 3 Gladiators won their second 2A state championship in three seasons by defeating South Hagerstown, 3-2, yesterday at Joe Cannon Stadium.It was Lookingbill's third victory in four playoff games, and gave him a 5-0 record in a season in which his pitching was limited by a sore back. He had pitched a total of 11 innings before the playoffs.
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By Lem Satterfield and Pat O'Malley and Lem Satterfield and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2004
Having played against Lake Clifton and Cardinal Gibbons, Lansdowne's John Jarboe has seen his share of high-scoring players. But none, the senior guard said, as prolific at South Hagerstown's David Miner, who has totaled 50 or more points five times with a high of 54. "I've played against some great players, but none who are scoring as much as he is," said Jarboe, who will guard Miner. "As a team, we feel like the underdogs, but we see this as a challenge and we're prepared for it." The 15th-ranked Vikings (21-4)
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September 12, 2003
Football glance Today Liberty (1-0) at No. 12 Francis Scott Key (1-0) Time: 7 p.m. Outlook: Key will attempt to continue its ground dominance in its home opener. The Panthers rushed for 294 yards in beating North Carroll, 28-7, last week. They were led by junior Layton Hersh and senior Josh Rutter. Liberty, however, is no pushover. Last week, the Lions overcame an eight-point, fourth-quarter deficit and beat Winters Mills, 25-18, as junior quarterback Matt Anuszewski completed 15 of 24 passes for 154 yards and two touchdowns.
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