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Reservoir High School athletes show their stuff [Highland/Fulton]

Kayla Pindell, a member of the Reservoir High School Girls Varsity Soccer Team, helped the Lady Gators defeat the Atholton High School Girls team in a regional quarterfinal playoff game by a score of 1-0 when she scored the game's only goal "off of a redirected shot from Darci Fehr".

On the Reservoir Boys Varsity Soccer Team, David Harris scored the only goal of the game with 3 minutes remaining to clinch the victory.

Congratulations to both teams and to their coaches for their best efforts.

Erica Caporaletti, a member of the Reservoir High School golf team, qualified for the Maryland State Championship Tournament. Congratulations, Erica. Congratulations also to coaches Karen Wolfe and Sarah Ragusa.

Correction: In a recent column, I incorrectly reported on where Reservoir High student Karli Smiralgia finished in the Howard County Cross Country Championships. She came in second place, besting the third place runner by 15 seconds. My apologies, Karli.

The Lime Kiln Middle School students of week for the week ending November 1 are Isabelle DeBonis, Shalizeh Khan, Arden Perry, Jacob Na, Erin Jackson, Evan Curtin, Maya Harris and Margarette Wang.

Annie's Project is a program sponsored by the University of Maryland and Delaware Cooperative Extension whose target audience "is women with a passion for business, agriculture and involvement in the farm operation."

This training program covers many areas of farm management and seeks to "empower women in overall farm decision making and to build local networks throughout the state." The topics are Production, Marketing, Financial, Legal Risk and Human Resources — the five areas of risk management.

Classes start in January 2014 and will be held in various locations throughout Delaware and Maryland. The cost for this training is $75 and includes meals. For more information or to register go to the website http://www.extension.umd.edu/annies-project or call 410-758-0166.

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