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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 - Cody Morton and David ...
FROSTBURG - Cody Morton and David Hobel powered third-ranked Mountain Ridge to a come-from- behind victory over Northern Friday night at Mountain Ridge High School in an Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference game.
finished with 18 points and had seven rebounds, seven steals and four assists to lead the Miners (18-4 overall, 12-2 AMAC).
"Both teams played well and both played hard," said Mountain Ridge head coach Dave Hobel.
Joining Gibson and Brooks are senior ...
Joining Gibson and Brooks are senior Travis Dordevic of Allegany and juniors David Hobel of Mountain Ridge, Preston Hartman of Keyser and Kamran Khataian of Bishop Walsh.
...David HobelFor quickness, ball-handling and accuracy, it's difficult to top Mountain Ridge's David Hobel.
A junior and two-year starter, Hobel
led the first Mountain Ridge team to a 15-9 season, which included a 7-1 mark in its final eight games.He
was also first-team All-AMAC, helping the Miners to third place with a 9-5 record.
Overall, the speedy junior, who alternated time between point guard and shooting guard, finished sixth in the area in scoring with an 18.2 average, and led the area in assists and steals, averaging 6.1 assists and 4.6 steals.He
also averaged 4.5 rebounds.
had a good year.He
was a good leader for us, and worked hard.He
did what we needed for him to do for us to win games,'' said Mountain Ridge
coach Dave Hobel
, who is the first-teamer's father."He
did a good job handling the ball, finding and passing to open teammates, and shooting and scoring.He
was a good all-around player and team player for us."
The 5-foot-9 guard was sixth in the area in three-point goals (42), and shot 42 percent from the three-point line (43 for 103).No one made (155) or attempted (188) more free throws, and his
82.4 percentage from the 15-foot line was second best in the area, behind only Southern's Jordan Pacella (66 for 80, 82.5 percent), who won the foul shooting title by one-tenth of a percent.Hobel
made 21 of 22 foul shots in a 29-point game against Northern
"I think he
sees the court well, and when he
sees a teammate open he
gets him the ball,'' said coach Hobel
plays hard, goes 100 mph and always tries to do his
Of course, during his playing ...
Of course, during his playing days at Valley High and George Washington University, Mountain Ridge head coach Dave Hobel could be good for three or four shots every 35 seconds himself.
"Dave Hobel holds the ball more than any coach in the area," said Carter, "and he suggested it to me.