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The year in review: May 2010

Records, titles and perfection highlight month

December 23, 2010

Editor’s note: This is the fifth installment in a 12-part series looking back at some of the biggest local, regional and national sports stories of 2010.

May 1 — The Hagerstown Suns beat Augusta 5-4 for the 2,000th win in franchise history. ... Super Saver won the 136th Kentucky Derby.

3 — North Hagerstown beat South Hagerstown 13-9 in high school baseball.

4 — North Hagerstown swept South Hagerstown in a high school lacrosse doubleheader, winning the boys match 20-2 and the girls match 14-3.

5 — The North Hagerstown softball team forfeited 10 wins for use of an ineligible player. … Clear Spring beat Boonsboro 7-3 to win the MVAL Antietam baseball title.

6 — South Hagerstown’s boys and North Hagerstown’s girls won team titles at the Rebel Relays.

9 — Dallas Braden threw a perfect game in the Oakland’s 4-0 victory over Tampa Bay.

10 — Mike Spinnler was named cross country coach at St. Maria Goretti.

13 — Williamsport’s boys and North Hagerstown’s girls won team titles at the Washington County Track & Field championships.

14 — Toby Peer was named head football coach at South Hagerstown. … Jeff Spielman returned as boys head basketball coach Hancock.

15 — North Hagerstown won the boys title and shared the girls title with Boonsboro at the  Washington County Tennis championships. ... Lookin at Lucky won the 135th Preakness Stakes.

18 — Greg Lynn threw a five-hitter to lead North Hagerstown to a 7-1 win over North Carroll in the Class 2A West baseball quarterfinals.

19 — North Hagerstown’s Corey Carpenter threw a one-hitter in the Hubs’ 1-0 win over Century in the Class 2A West semifinals.

21 — North Hagerstown advanced to the Class 2A state baseball semifinals with a 5-2 win over Walkersville, while Clear Spring beat Catoctin 3-1 to reach the 1A West final.

22 — Clear Spring advanced to the Class 1A state baseball semifinals with a 7-3 win over Brunswick … North Hagerstown’s girls won the 2A West Track & Field championships.

25 — Clear Spring’s Brian Lesher threw a no-hitter in the Blazers’ 1-0 win over Surrattsville in the Class 1A state baseball semifinals, while North Hagerstown beat Hammond 10-4 in the 2A semifinals.

27 — At the Maryland State Track & Field championships, Smithsburg’s David Wilson set the Class 1A state record in the boys 3,200-meter run, Boonsboro’s Coby Gussio won the boys 1A long jump, Clear Spring’s Paige Shirk won the girls 1A discus and North Hagerstown’s Dominic Sink won the boys 2A pole vault.

28 — South Hagerstown’s La’Kesa McClain won the Class 3A state title in the girls discus at the Maryland State Track & Field championships. ... Amrit Rayfield was named head boys basketball coach at St. Maria Goretti.

29 — North Hagerstown won the Class 2A state baseball championship with a come-from-behind 10-7 win over Parkside. ... Clear Spring lost in the 1A state final to St. Michaels, 4-0. … Williamsport’s Justin Bowie set a meet record in the 1A boys 110-meter hurdles at the Maryland State Track & Field championships. Smithsburg’s girls won the 1A won the 1A track title and North Hagerstown’s girls were the 2A champs. ... Philadelphia’s Roy Halladay threw a perfect game in the Phillies’ 1-0 win over Florida.

— Compiled by TIM KOELBLE
Staff writer

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