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Contact Maplehurst at 301-689-6602, Chuck ...
Contact Maplehurst at 301-689-6602, Chuck Eberly at 301-268-4876, or Dave Hobel at 301-268-5331 for information.
FROSTBURG - Mountain Ridge boys basketball coach Dave Hobel will hold a youth basketball camp Monday through Friday at Mountain Ridge High School.
To register, call Hobel
holds Friday couples outing
MOOREFIELD, W.Va. - John and Nita Lash, and Dave
and Liz Neville won the Friday Night Couples competition at Valley View Golf Course
by shooting a 30.
FROSTBURG - Mountain Ridge High ...
FROSTBURG - Mountain Ridge High School boys' basketball coach Dave Hobel will hold a youth basketball camp for boys and girls currently in grades 2-8 at Mountain Ridge High School in the gymnasium June 28-July 2.
The boys' sessions will run from 9 to 11:30 a.m. each day. The girls' sessions will run from noon until 2:30 p.m. each day.
The cost of the camp is $50 and all participants will receive a camp T-shirt. Individual skills will be stressed, and campers will be grouped according to their grade.
To pre-register, contact Coach Hobel at 301-268-5331.
FROSTBURG - Mountain Ridge boys ...
FROSTBURG - Mountain Ridge boys basketball coach Dave Hobel will hold a youth basketball camp June 28 to July 2 at Mountain Ridge High School.
To register, call Hobel
Allegany's Casey Roberts, as player of ...
Allegany's Casey Roberts, as player of the year, is captain of the first team, which also includes Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference scoring champ David Hobel of Mountain Ridge, Cumberland City League scoring champion Kamran Khataian of Bishop Walsh, and Preston Hartman of Keyser, who had double-figure averages in scoring and rebounding for the second year in a row.
, Khataian and Hartman are first-team repeaters from last year.
No one made more of an impact or was more important to his team than Mountain Ridge's David Hobel, who is the school's career leader in just about every statistical category.
, a 5-10 guard, led the area in scoring with 21.9 points per game, foul shots made (157), foul shots attempted (190), free throw percentage (82.6) and steals (4.8 per game).
ranked third in three-point goals (60, 2.5 per game), and was fourth in assists (5 per game).
A three-year starter, Hobel
quickness to lead the Miners on offense and be a disruptive force on defense.
had a school record 17 steals in a 55-47 win over Keyser, led the area in steals the last two years and in assists as a junior.
An accurate shooter with plenty of range, he
hit for 34 points and had six three-point goals in a sectional playoff game against Allegany.
is the first player that I've coached who scored more than 500 points, made over 150 foul shots, shot over 80 percent from the foul line, and had more than 100 steals, 100 assists and 100 rebounds in a single season,'' said Mountain Ridge
coach Dave Hobel
"The best thing about great players is that they do whatever it takes to win games,'' said coach Hobel
sacrificed scoring, and we won 19 games.
was the focus of every team we played.
Many played a box-and-one on him, and although he
was faced with much physical play, he
did not allow himself to become frustrated."
was a starter on the final Beall team as a sophomore and the first two Mountain Ridge teams.
Those teams went 54-17 over three years.
holds Mountain Ridge career records for points (965), foul shooting (312-for-378, 82.5 percent), three-point goals (103), assists (268) and steals (227).
three-year, 71-game varsity career, he
scored 1,221 points for a 17.2 average, made 143 three-point goals and shot 368-for-461 from the foul line for 79.8 percent.
was the co-Player of the Year and scoring champion (20.6) in the Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference.
also was first team All-Area and the offensive player of the year in soccer, and holds the school's all-time records for goals, points and scoring average.
David Hobel 5-10 Sr. Mountain Ridge
Roberts was also first-team All-City, ...
Roberts was also first-team All-City, first-team All-AMAC and co-player of the year in the conference with Mountain Ridge's David Hobel.