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With only 10 players on the team, including one who is injured at the moment, every player counts for Linganore boys tennis. So, when it was realized about 10 minutes prior to Wednesday's home match with Frederick that Lancers freshman Scottie Colvin'
The Linganore boys lacrosse team knows it's better to learn lessons in the beginning of April rather than in mid May. Still a work in progress, the young Lancers were doomed by inconsistency Wednesday evening, falling to visiting South Carroll, 16-10.
Linganore's baseball team offered a pretty nice glimpse of how it plans to win baseball games Saturday. The Lancers rode a strong pitching performance from senior left-hander Sam Shyman and manufactured enough runs -- on the strength of only two hits
After losing a large senior class last year, Middletown boys lacrosse coach Todd Hawkins didn't know what type of team he would inherit in 2013. Gone from that talented senior class are former News-Post player of the year Johnny Gallaway, Daniel
Nearly a year ago, Clay Conner stepped onto the court as one of the newest members to the Mid-Atlantic Select, an Amateur Athletic Union basketball team. Joining Conner on that same AAU team was Oakdale's Zach Thomas. The two players, who were
Linganore's unlikely run in the Class 3A West girls basketball playoffs came to an end Wednesday at South Hagerstown. Unable to keep up with the second-seeded Rebels, the Lancers fell in the regional semifinals, 60-29. South Hagerstown (21-2) will
Linganore didn't net its first points of the game until about midway through the first quarter, but fortunately for the Lancers, Damascus had only put up four points of their own. Seth Myers scored six of his eight points in the first, and Colin
Linganore's Kelli Griffith made five 3-pointers among her game-high 18 points against host Thomas Johnson on Monday, but her last 3 proved crucial in the Lancers' 50-47 victory over the second-seed Patriots in the Class 3A West girls basketball
Make it five in a row for the Walkersville High girls basketball team. The county's hottest outfit extended its two-week streak of prosperity by winning at Linganore Tuesday evening, 52-44. "We're just really starting to gel," Walkersville head coach
Carrying a high IQ on and off the soccer field, Becca Hemby played a vital role in the success of the High Point Panthers women's soccer team this fall. Hemby, a junior midfielder and a former Thomas Johnson Patriot, guided the Panthers to their