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At Saturday's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association football championships at Towson University, a collection box will be set up for socks and football cleats that will be donated to children in Kenya. The collection is being coordinated by two...
Monday, Nov. 12 Conococheague Elementary — PTA meeting, 2:45 p.m. E. Russell Hicks Middle — Department meeting, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Northern Middle — Group pictures for yearbook Potomac Heights Elementary — Veterans Day...
Tags: PTA, Veterans Day, Entertainment, Music, Religion and Belief
Here are some of the things happening this week in Washington County Public Schools: Monday, Nov. 5 - Professional learning day — No school for students - Clear Spring High — Athletic Booster meeting, 7 p.m. - Conococheague Elementary...
Tags: Wii, Schools, Arts, Satellite and Cable Service, Veterans Day
The faculty at North Star High School has chosen the following pupils as "Student of the Month" for October. They are: Isaiah Thompson and Gina Hanik, grade 12; Devin Miller and Cassy West, grade 11; Paul Tretter and Katie Manges, grade 10; and Riley...
Our Town EditorThe two small schools often play in relative anonymity before sparse crowds on Saturday afternoons in the fall. That will change Saturday night, when they compete in the inaugural FCA Bowl under the lights and on the artificial surface at Trojan...
Compiled from Inside Lacrosse reportsJunior attackman Jay Drapeau of Westford (Mass.) Academy has orally committed to Loyola. Over two seasons, Drapeau has posted 197 points with 145 goals and 52 assists, including 95 goals and 27 assists as a sophomore. He earned multiple first-team all-...
Daily American Staff WriterAlexandra McCartney knows that there's more to sports than the scoreboard. The 18-year-old senior at North Star School District serves as a team captain for the varsity soccer squad this season. As playoffs approach next week, she said she's enjoyed...
Tags: Sports, Special Olympics, Asthma, Soccer
firstname.lastname@example.orgPhil Petry hears voices from the past. No, really. There is nothing Halloweenish about it. It’s just all his friends talking about his high school days with reverence. And it’s not just his friends. It’s their friends … and...
email@example.comFootball still makes Phil Petry feel a twinge. These days, though, it is for much different reasons. In the old days back in 1962, Petry was the prize quarterback who led South Hagerstown to its last undefeated season before heading off to play and...
Daily American Staff WriterVaughn Siska of Windber knew what he wanted for his 17th birthday: a biblical tattoo. "I've been thinking of it since I was 14. It's something that an FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) coach taught me at camp," Vaughn said. "I'm big into poetry...
It was a packed house tonight at Northside High School in Roanoke. The "Fields of Faith" event put on by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes drew student athletes from all over the Roanoke Valley. The event was supposed to be on the football field but...
Tags: College Sports, Virginia Tech
Evan Moog is often asked if he prefers offense or defense. Christopher Newport's running back-turned-linebacker can speak at length about the merits and qualities of both, but his short answer goes something like this: Whatever helps the team; whatever...
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