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Local roundup: Brunswick boys stung in semis

March 04, 1999

* BOYS BASKETBALL




COLUMBIA, Md. - Oakland Mills' defensive pressure led to several fast break opportunities, and the Scorpions broke away to a 68-51 victory over Brunswick Wednesday night in the Class 1A South semifinals.

Frank Clements led Brunswick (20-4, No. 6 Herald-Mail poll) with 16 points and five rebouds. Bernie Lipscomb added 15 points. Murray Graves scored a game-high 24 points, while teammate Anthony Breland added 23 points for Oakland Mills (21-3).

* MEN'S LACROSSE




Mount 8, Providence 7

Baltimore - Providence scored five unanswered goals in the final 25 minutes of the game, but Mount St. Mary's still won its season opener at Mount St. Joseph's High School behind three goals from Trevor Harvey.

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* COLLEGE SOFTBALL




Mount 6, Winthrop 3

Rock Hill, S.C. - Mount St. Mary's freshman Amanda Blizzard capped a four-run third inning with a three-run homer - her first with the Mounties - that lifted Mount St. Mary's.

The Mount (2-4) trailed 1-0 in the second when Kelly Stewart tripled and scored on a Erica Barone single. Heather Macready's single later scored Barone. With two outs and one on with the score tied at two in the third, Stewart had an infield hit and Barone single home Nikki Wisniewski. Blizzard then took a 1-2 pitch over the left field fence to give the Mount the 6-2 lead.

* MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL




Suns staying on WHAG

The Hagerstown Suns announced on Monday they have renewed their radio contract with WHAG 1410-AM for the 1999 season. This will be the third year for the affiliation between the Suns and WHAG.

The Suns' home opener is Friday, April 16 at 7:05 against the Greensboro Bats.

All 142 Suns games will be on the station, beginning on April 8. Karl Schalk will behind the microphone for the second straight year; his pregame show will be 20 minutes prior to game time.

WHAG general manager Kibby Albright also said that the station has added a live sports talk show hosted by news and sports director Will Kauffman. Guests will include Karl Schalk, as well as WHAG announcer Tom McNaughton. Starting on March 3, the 30-minute show will air every Wednesday at 4:30.

* YOUTH HOCKEY




Hagerstown Youth League

MITE DIVISION

Feb. 25

Pioneer Hook & Ladder Flames 2, Jeter Paving Sharks 1: Dakota Durning and Joe Blackwood scored goals for the Flames.

Feb. 28

Pioneer Hook & Ladder Flames 5, Jeter Paving Sharks 2: Kevin Koontz, Andrew Stout and Andrew Anderson all scored for the Flames.

SQUIRT DIVISION

Feb. 27

Potomac Rehab Center Mighty Ducks 3, Wheat First Union Stars 1: Nick Bodnar, David Chakola and Josh Michael scored for the Mighty Ducks.

PEE WEE/BANTAM DIVISION

Maryland Paper Bruins 6, Hagerstown Rotary Club Rangers 5: Jonathan Russo scored five goals for the Bruins. Brandon Ziska netted a hat trick in the loss for the Rangers.

H.B. Mellott Estates Redwings 6, CVHA Blackhawks 2: Jake Jones and Jeff Minnichbach scored two goals apiece for the Redwings.

MIDGET DIVISION

Hagerstown Penguins 6, Cumberland River Rats 2: Chris Said had a hat trick for Hagerstown.

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