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Team Photo


Award Ceremony


sixth-grade Southern Lady Rams youth basketball team ended a perfect 20-0 season

by recently winning the Scaletta Memorial Tournament championship over Braddock.

Teammembers and coaches, shown above, front row, from left, are Brooke Davis, Olivia

Warne, Emily Pysell, Kenzie Wilt, and Sophie Bishoff. Back row, same order, are Scott

Winters (coach), Megan Bittinger, Raven Francillon, Bill Bittinger (coach), Savannah

Washington, Gracie Custer, Jordan Warnick, and Nichole Pysell (coach).


Garrett Timber Rattlers, a traveling team composed of 11-year-old players fromGarrett,

Allegany, and Preston counties, traveled to the Ripken Experience in Aberdeen to

compete in the Easter Holiday Baseball Classic, April 1-4, and earned runner-up. After

two days of pool play, the Rattlers sat at 2-1, which was good enough for the No. 2

seed in the West bracket. In the single elimination opener, Garrett battled back from

three runs down in the sixth inning against the New York Wolfpack to plate six runs

and secure a place in the championship against the undefeated Richmond County

Baseball Club from Staten Island, N.Y. The Rattlers lost to Richmond in pool play, 3-1,

and were shut out in the title game, 8-0. Members of the 11U Garrett Timber Rattlers,

shown above, front row, from left, are Jamison Warnick, Darian Bauer, William Moon,

Chance Ritchey, and Brayden Speir. Back row, same order, are Camden Friend, Brian

Ritchey (coach), Bryce Snyder, Dwight Haskiell (coach), Isaac Upole, Gary Upole

(coach), Mason Brenneman, Todd Snyder (coach), Zach Hallenback, Doug Brenneman

(coach), and Nick Butina. Garrett will return to action at the Homerun Sizzler Tournament

in Allentown, Pa., April 11-12, and will play teams from over 35 states throughout the

season. All players are members of their respective Little League organizations, as

well as the travel team. The 12U Timber Rattler team will kick off its season at Hershey

Park this weekend.

NHS BADMINTON TOURNAMENT WINNERS – More than 60 ninth-grade physical

education students recently participated in the spring semester Badminton Tournament

at Northern High School. Shown from left, the duo of Andrea House and Kayley Sisler

won the female-doubles bracket, Rachel Sivits and Garrett Beaulieu took the mixed-

doubles, and Caleb Barclay and Jonathan Gordan won the championship in the male-

doubles competition.

Northern Goes 3-0 On The

Week To Up Record To 6-1

Brooks Carr blasted home

runs in two of the Huskies’

three wins last week as

Northern rolled to victories

over Broadfording, Hancock,

and Petersburg, improving its

record to 6-1 on the season.

The Huskies cruised to a

pair of five-inning, 10-run

rule victories over Broadford-

ing and Petersburg last Sat-

urday at the Hancock Easter


Carr fanned 11 batters,

allowed one hit and two

base runners as the Northern

starting pitcher, and blasted

a 2-run home run in the first

inning to lead the Huskies

past Broadfording, 19-0, in

the opening game of the


Aided by Carr’s homer,

the Huskies sprang out to a

5-0 lead after the first inning,

and added 13 more runs the

following inning. Carr added

an RBI single in the second

to finish with three hits. On

the mound, he took a perfect

game into the fourth inning

before Broadfording’s first

runner reached base on an

error. He lost his bid for the

no-hitter in the fifth.

Trevon Jones had a double

and a pair of singles for the

Huskies, who pounded out

12 hits, while Brett Oates

and Meshach Metz each had

two singles and an RBI. Lo-

gan Yommer added a 2-run

double and two singles, and

Bryce Jones doubled.

For the second time in as

many games on Saturday,

Northern used a five spot in

the first inning to cruise to a

10-run rule victory, this time

over Petersburg, 11-1.

Ryan Gallucci paced the

Huskies’ 9-hit attack with

three RBIs on a pair of sin-

gles. Metz and Noah Werner

each added RBI doubles,

and Yommer and Tyler Mc-

Clintock each drove in a run

on a single.

Yommer also recorded the

victory as the starting pitcher.

He surrendered three hits, no

earned runs, and struck out

five while going the distance.

The Huskies bagged their

third AppalachianMountain

Athletic Conference victory

of the season on Monday

at the Cove against Keyser,


The Huskies crossed the

plate in every inning except

the sixth to outpace the Gold-

en Tornado for their sixth win

of the season.

Keyser broke out to a 5-1

lead with five runs in the top

of the second, but the Hus-

kies answered with five runs

in the bottom half of the in-

ning to take the lead for good.

Carr led Northern’s sec-

ond-inning charge by belting

a 2-run bomb. He later added

an RBI single to finish with

a pair of hits and thee RBIs.

King also had three RBIs,

two coming off a double, and

McClintock and Jones each

had two singles, with Jones

driving in a run.

Northern (6-1, 3-1AMAC)

travels to Fort Hill to take on

the Sentinels this evening

at 4:30 p.m., and will play

at Frankfort on Friday, also

beginning at 4:30 p.m. The

Huskies will host Southern

on Monday at 4:45 p.m., be-

fore wrapping up their week

on Wednesday when they

host Hancock at 4:30 p.m.



At Hancock

Northern 5(13)0 10 - 19 12 1

Broad. 0 0 0 00 - 0 1 2

Brooks Carr and Brett

Oates, Tyler McClintock (5);

Isaac House, Jason Gettel

(2), Kyle Kehr (2) and Austin


HR - Brooks Carr



At Hancock

Petersburg 100 00 - 1 3 0

Northern 524 0x - 11 9 1

Champ and Turner; Logan

Yommer and Brett Oates.



At Northern

Keyser 050 002 0 - 7 8 3

Northern 153 110 x - 11 10 2

Robinette, Ryan Streets

(4) and Vinnie Cuthbertson;

Trevon Jones, Calyb King (5)

and Brett Oates.

HR - Brooks Carr

Warnick And Meyers Collect

Post-Season Bowling Honors

Matt Warnick, as senior

at Southern High School,

was recently selected to the

first team All-Area and All-

Appalachian Mountain Ath-

letic Conference bowling

teams, leading the Rams to

an Adjusted Division regular

season championship with

a record of 17-1, as well as

the Actual Division regu-

lar season championship at


Junior Karlee Meyers led

the Southern girls to the Ad-

justed and Actual titles in the

season-finale Showcase Tour-

nament, and was bestowed

with first team All-AMAC


Warnick finished the sea-

son with a 193 average, and

was recognized by the West-

ern Maryland USBC for

rolling a 721 set. A four-year

member of the Southern

bowling team, Warnick also

lettered in soccer, runs track,

and is in the marching and

stage bands. He plans to at-

tend Garrett College before

going to art school.

Meyers is a 2-year mem-

ber of the Southern bowling

team, and securedAll-AMAC

honors with a season average

of 155 and a high game of

245, one pin short of the

league high. She also record-

ed a 591 set, helping the Lady

Rams to an Actual record of

15-3 and an Adjusted mark

of 10.5-7.5. Meyers is also

a member of the Southern

softball team, and hopes to

continue bowling and playing

softball at the collegiate level

at either California University

of Pennsylvania or Potomac


Aaron Sisler was named

to both the honorable men-

tion All-Area and All-AMAC

teams, while Meyers was

named to the honorable men-

tion All-Area team, along

with teammate Kenzie Swift.

Rams EdgeMtn.

Ridge For First

Win Of Season

Sou t he r n s napped a

3-game skid to start the 2015

high school baseball season

by holding off Mountain

Ridge for a 5-4 win in Ap-

palachian Mountain Athletic

Conference play in Frostburg

on Monday.

Broc Lohr got the start on

the mound for the Rams and

allowed only two hits and

two runs in six innings while

fanning seven.

The Miners (6-2, 2-2

AMAC) were owners of a

5-game win streak entering

the contest, and led 2-1 after

the first inning.

The Rams scored a single

run in five of the first six in-

nings, and possessed a 5-2

advantage when Lohr exited

before the start of the bottom

of the seventh.

In Mountain Ridge’s final

at-bat, and with Lohr relieved

of his pitching duties, Dylan

Shimko doubled with two

outs to drive in a pair of runs,

before Corey Horner got a

flyout to right field to strand

Shimko and end the game.

Senior Logan Cvetnik

drove in two runs for the

Rams on a double and a

single. Keeton Taylor added

an RBI single, and Matt Mc-

Cullough finished with two


Shimko finished with a

pair of doubles to leadMoun-

tain Ridge.

Southern (1-3, 1-1 AMAC)

will travel to Keyser this

afternoon and to Allegany

on Friday, with both games

slated to begin at 4 p.m. The

Rams will then travel to the

Cove on Monday to take

on the Northern Huskies at

4:45 p.m.



At Mountain Ridge

Southern 101 111 0 - 5 8 2

Mtn. Ridge 200 000 2 - 4 4 2

Broc Lohr, Corey Horner (7)

and Austin Reckart; M. Striet-

beck, Russell Beeman (6) and

Lucas Lowery, Strietbeck (6).

SHS JVs Down

Mountain Ridge

In Extra Innings

Southern scored seven

runs in the top of the eighth

inning to break open a 2-2

game, and send the Ram

jayvee baseball team to a 9-2

victory over Mountain Ridge

on Monday in Frostburg.

Bryson Bittinger recorded

15 strikeouts in six innings for

the no decision.

Brandon Hanline had

three singles and drove in

a run for the Rams, while

Bittinger picked up a pair of

singles and an RBI.

Devin Smith led the Min-

ers with three singles, and

Harris added a double and

a single.

Southern (3-1) will re-

turn to action this evening at



Hosts Air Rifle


The Southern Garrett Ju-

nior Reserve Officer Training

Corps recently sponsored an

air rifle competition with

JROTC programs spanning

from South Carolina to New


The competition was a

3x10 event, allowing competi-

tors to mail targets to South-

ern High School for scoring.

There were 26 teams with

106 athletes participating in

the event, which included 12

novice teams and 14 veteran


Souther n cadets Casi

Hughes and Garrett Owens

placed 14th and 24th, respec-

tively, out of 54 cadets in the

veteran class, while Richard

Granke, a freshman, placed

18th in the veteran class.

Junior Hunt To

OpenMd. Spring

Turkey Season

Youth hunters will kick

off Maryland’s spring turkey

season with the junior turkey

hunt on April 11 statewide,

and on Sunday, April 12, in

select counties. The regular

spring turkey season will run

from April 18 through May

23 statewide.

The Maryland Depart-

ment of Natural Resources

encourages adults to take

young hunters on a junior tur-

key hunt. These events allow

licensed youth ages 16 and

under to hunt wild turkeys

when accompanied by an

unarmed adult, 21 and older,

who holds a valid Maryland

hunting license, or is exempt

from the hunting license re-

quirements. Adults may not

possess a bow, crossbow or

firearm while accompanying

a youth hunter during the

junior hunt.

The daily bag limit for

spring season is one bearded

turkey with a season bag limit

of two bearded turkeys. Hunt-

ing hours are as listed: April

11-12 (junior turkey hunt):

half-hour before sunrise to

sunset; April 18 - May 9: half-

hour before sunrise to noon;

and May 10-23: half-hour

before sunrise to sunset.

During the 2014 spring sea-

son, there were 3,325 gobblers

killed in Maryland, including

383 in Garrett, 258 in Alle-

gany, and 343 in Washington


Complete regulations, tur-

key check-in procedures, and

information on Sunday and

public land hunting oppor-

tunities are located at dnr.,

or in the 2014-2015 Maryland

Guide toHunting &Trapping.

Hunters with questions

may contact the Wildlife &

Heritage Service at 410-260-


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