Suns play two today - Local Roundup

April 08, 2003


The Hagerstown Suns and Kannapolis Intimidators had their South Atlantic League contest rained out Monday, and will play a doubleheader today beginning at 6 p.m.

In the first game, Hagerstown's Glenn Woolard will make his first start of the season against Kannapolis' Brian Miller, also making his first start.

In the nightcap, Merkin Valdez will take the mound for the Suns. Valdez allowed one run in six innings in his first start, a no-decision against Greensboro. Paulino Reynoso will start for the Intimidators. He pitched five scoreless innings in his only other start this year.


Grier takes eighth

MIAMI LAKES, Fla. - Jacksonville University freshman Ashley Grier, a Smithsburg graduate, finished with a three-day total of 13-over 229 to finish eighth at the Ryder/Florida Intercolliegate Tournament last weekend.


Grier shot rounds of 77, 75 and 77 on the par-72 Don Shula Golf Resort course, helping Jacksonville finish sixth as a team - ahead of the University of Miami and South Florida.

Rams' Bradshaw tied for seventh

Shepherd College's David Bradshaw shot a 78 Sunday to finish tied for seventh in the West Virginia Conference Northern Region tournament. The final round was postponed Monday due to rain.

Justin Hockman shot an 83, while Billy Clusman and Chris Butcher fired 84s to help the Rams finish ninth out of 13 teams. Shepherd finished with 329 points, 23 behind winner West Liberty State.

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