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Local roundup - Orioles pull even with Braves

July 16, 2004


Joe Hart fired a four-hitter, striking out five, as the Brunswick Orioles evened their best-of-5 series against the Hagerstown Braves at one game each with a 2-1 victory Thursday night.

Kevin Goode and Andy Maught both had two hits for Brunswick.


Hagerstown hosts Colt tournament

Two Hagerstown teams will play host in a four-team, double-elimination tournament at Funkhouser Park, beginning tonight.

Hagerstown 'C' will host Tanneytown at 6 p.m., followed by Hagerstown 'B' against Anne Arundel at 8:30 p.m.

The winning teams will play at 2 on Saturday, followed by losers' bracket games at 4:30 and 7.

The championship game is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday with a final game scheduled, if needed, at 5.

Washington County Girls Softball High School division

Redmen 8, Middletown Sportsland 0: Megan Beavers, Ashley Beattie, Lindsay Anderson and Kim Horchner had two hits for Redmen.


Wash. Co. Co-Ed Softball

Dual Highway Motors 22, Minnick's 4: Trish Douglas, Jeff Kirkpatrick and Ryan Grabill each had five hits, while Jaime Dick and Alicia Barnhart each added four hits for Dual Highway Motors.


Keefer's 10, Minnick's 7: Kenny Gracey, Mike Dick and Shawn Dick had three hits each for Keefer's.

Keefer's 13, Martinsburg 3: Don Barnes, Lori Barnes and Jessica Keefer each had three hits and Brian Carrier added two for Keefer's.

Hub City Softball

R&M's Clear Spring Wine and Beverage 25, Coors Light 14: Deryl Bingaman and Mike Ward each had four hits and Aaron Rourke, Jeremy Duffy, Tim Wiley and Bryan Cheney had three hits each for R&M's.

South End Tavern 20, Eddie's 17: Mike Gordon, Bryan Wagner and Troy Butts each had three hits for South End. Butts had two home runs, including the game-winner, and Wagner also homered.

Crazy Horse 17, South End 15: Shaun Kendle, Mike Rowland, and Bill Middlekauff each homered while Mike West had four hits and Allan Perdham and Bill Durburow each added three for Crazy Horse.

Thompson's Gas/Mike's Plumbing 21, Breakaway II 19: Scott Shank and Joey Springer had four hits, Jimmy Eaisle had five hits, Denny Wallech hit two home runs, Greg McCoy and Mike Ernde had six hits and Rodney Heller had three hits for Thompson's Gas.

Thompson's Gas/Mike's Plumbing 14, Dual Highway Motors 12: Jimmy Eaisle had four hits, Denny Wallech homered, Greg McCoy had four hits, including a home run, and Joey Springer and Rodney Heller had three hits for Thompson's Gas.

Hagerstown Church Softball

Concordia 14, Lifehouse 2: Terry Brown had four hits, while Denny Gibson, Eric Arvidson and Eric Pidewet each added three for Concordia.

Valley 19, Smithsburg Valley 2: Matt Werry had five hits, while Brian Lewis had four and Ben Jordan and Jonathan Bakner added three for Valley. Matt Toe had three hits for Smithsburg Valley.

Virginia Avenue 17, New Life 11: John Kennedy and Mike Shank each had four hits and Mike Pickeral hit a grand slam for Virginia Avenue.


Suns to host baseball clinic

The Hagerstown Suns will be hosting a free baseball clinic at Municipal Stadium on Saturday for all children ages 7-12.

The clinic, sponsored by St. Lawrence Cement Company, will last from 9 a.m. to noon. The clinic will be run by Suns players Brent Swanson, Derek Barrows and Tim Alvarez.

Registration will begin Saturday at 8:30 a.m., and every child must be accompanied by a guardian who must sign a waiver to enable the child to participate.

All children who participate in the clinic will receive a free ticket to Saturday evening's game against Lakewood, which starts at 7:05 p.m. Participating players will also receive a free lunch (hot dog and drink) immediately following the clinic.

3-D fireworks at Municipal Stadium

Maryland's first-ever 3-D Fireworks Show is scheduled for tonight, immediately following the Suns' game against Lexington.

The first 3,000 fans to enter the ballpark will receive their free pair of Fireworks 3-D glasses. Game time is 7:05 p.m.

The 3-D Fireworks show is presented by First Data and Sports Radio WEPM 1340.

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