taking applications for fall class
CUMBERLAND — Potomac Valley Board 204 of the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials (IAABO) is now accepting applications for its fall cadet class.
For more information, contact interpreter George Geatz at 301-707-9325 or contact any Board 204 member.
Offstein, Feezle win Andrea
BARTON — Madison Offstein and Casey Feezle were the overall winners of the eighth Andrea Gattens 5K Fun Run/Walk Saturday, Aug. 17 in Barton. Masters winners were Jen Sober and Larry Ferrens.
The memorial run is held annually in memory of Andrea Gattens, a former standout athlete at Westmar High School, where she played volleyball, basketball and softball. She also played volleyball at Allegany College of Maryland and was an avid runner, participating in many area races.
Proceeds from the race will fund $2,000 in scholarships in the areas of journalism and athletics at Mountain Ridge High School.
Race results are online at www.qcstriders.org.
Southern football tickets on sale
OAKLAND — Southern High School reserved-seat football season tickets are on sale now. Tickets ensure a reserved seat and parking in the season ticket lot behind Dennett Road Elementary. For more information and to order tickets, contact Joy Thrasher at 240-321-4550.
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Southern rams Allegany, 41-29
Rams win section title, will play Manchester Valley
Saturday afternoon for Region championship, state trip
Hoban sinks Lincoln
Katie Hoban’s 10th point at the second-overtime buzzer will continue Keyser’s historical run all the way to Charleston next week.
St. John’s brushes back pesky BW
Kaleah Harley scored 13 points and L.Tavlandes added nine to lead the defending champions, St. John’s College, to a come-from-behind 45-28 victory in the opening game of the Bishop Walsh Girls Invitational Tournament Thursday at Bishop Walsh School.
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John Urschel’s diary: Road to the NFL draft
Penn State offensive lineman John Urschel will routinely provide a look at his journey leading to the NFL draft on May 8 in a series of diary entries. The all-Big Ten, third-team AP All-American has a Master’s degree in math and was awarded the William V. Campbell Trophy as college football’s top scholar-athlete.
Attorney defends fired Dolphins trainer
An attorney for the trainer fired last month by the Miami Dolphins says his client was improperly singled out to appease a “public outcry for action” in the wake of the team’s bullying scandal.
Allegany dumps Fort Hill, 77-63
Bryce Nightengale and Mario D’Atri were just about unstoppable, and top-seeded Allegany proved to be, too, as the Campers turned away second-seeded Fort Hill for a third time this season, 77-63, to win the Class 1A West Region Section I championship Wednesday night at Campobello.
Ericka Gordon scored 23 points and Hampshire stayed away from the turnover bug to win the West Virginia Class AAA Region II finals and advance to its first state tournament in 14 years by beating Spring Mills 52-46 Wednesday in Romney.
BWGIT begins today at 3:15
The 20th Bishop Walsh Girls Invitational Tournament begins today with a full slate of games, kicking off the three-day event at Bishop Walsh School.
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