Orioles get hat trick

August 30, 2004


BRUNSWICK, Md. - The Brunswick Orioles added another crown to their 2004 trophy case, beating Perdue of Salisbury, Md., 6-4 for their second straight Maryland State Semi-Pro Baseball Association title.

Brunswick, which won the the NABF World Series and Blue Ridge Adult League championships previously this summer, finished its season at 51-7.

Jason Mobley was the MVP of the state championship game, going 2-for-5 with a three-run homer for the Orioles. Brian Powell went 3-for-6 with two doubles and Andy Maught was 3-for-4 with a double for Brunswick.

John Sechler (9-1) was the winning pitcher, and Abe Hacen pitched 3 2/3 scoreless innings of relief, allowing one hit while striking out six, for the save.



Pa. drivers triumph

Richard Walls and Tyler Armstrong, both of St. Thomas, Pa., split the Hoosier Tire/Mid Atlantic late model sportsman features Saturday night at Hagerstown Speedway.

Walls ended a dry spell dating to just over one year ago while Armstrong recorded his first career victory in the special non-winners event.

Gene Conlee, of Hanover, Md. was victorious in the Ernie's Salvage Yard Pure Stocks by less than a car length to win his first race since July 2002. Scott Sipes of McConnellsburg, Pa. became the only repeat winner in the enduro event.

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