Clarksburg has begun the 2015-2016 season on a great note with two wins. Last week, the Coyotes dispatched their Frederick County neighbors Urbana 58-56 in their home opener and travelled to Wootton to defeat the Wootton Patriots 58-49 on Friday night. The Coyotes jumped out to an early lead thanks to senior Andrew Kostecka’s eight-first quarter points which allowed Clarksburg to take a 16-10 lead at the end of the first period. Kostecka, who will play his college ball at Loy
After two seasons as a .500 team, the Clarksburg High School boys basketball team, which has posted a 12-12 record for the past two years, has hopes returning to the regional finals as they did in 2013-2014. “Our goal is to play to our capabilities and get back to the Regional final,” said Head Coach George Kissal. “This time we hope to get over that hurdle. I am not sure that it motivates us, or severs more as a lesson. We have learned how fleeting success is and that we nee
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