WJEJ to broadcast Suns' home games

March 10, 2011
  • The Williamsport fourth- and fifth-grade girls basketball team won the 2011 Wolfsville Travel League championship on March 6, beating Smithsburg 16-9 in the semifinals and Brunswick 20-13 in the championship game. Williamsport finished the season undefeated. From left to right: Back row - coach Mike Cline, Mikayla Cline, Sydney Kirchner, Trinity Schlotterbeck, Katie Young and coach Joe Young. Front row - Makayla Rideout, Ashley Bachtell, Taylor Neff, Katelyn Yost, Ashley Lucas and Mackenzie Dudley. Not pictured - Miranda Barkdoll.
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Thursday, March 10, 2011


The Hagerstown Suns announced Thursday that WJEJ 1240 AM will broadcast all Suns home games this season on air and online at

Bryan Holland, the Suns’ director of communications and broadcasting, will return for his second season behind the microphone.

WJEJ will broadcast a pre-game and post-game show for every Suns home game to compliment the live play-by-play. In addition, a member of the Suns front office will be featured in the “Suns Farm Report” every Thursday morning during the season at 8:30.

Plans to include WJEJ coverage of Suns road games have not yet been finalized.


Bulldogs’ Gladden signs with Shepherd

Martinsburg senior David Gladden signed to play for Shepherd University beginning this fall — one of 12 athletes whose signings the Rams announced Wednesday night.

Gladden, a versatile athlete who played running back and defensive back as well as running back kicks, also lettered in track and field at Martinsburg. He earned West Virginia All-State first-team honors as he helped lead the Bulldogs to the Class AAA state title last fall.


Hagerstown Junior League

Elementary Division

Exchange 34, FOP 22

Exchange: Davis 2, Crees 4, Burkholder 9, Ferguson 2, Hill 2, Mitchell 1, Dominguez 2, Myers 4, Schlotterbeck 8.

FOP: Stubbs 6, Nelson 2, Dorsey 2, Conrad 8, Doleman 2, Somerhill 2.

AMVETS 40, Larry Allen 36

AMVETS: Johnson 2, White 10, Murray 4, Luna 12, Bright 10, Spinder 2.

Larry Allen: Lazich 9, Shives 8, Koontz 6, Sandridge 9, Colliflower 2.


Slow-pitch softball tourney

A men’s slow-pitch softball tournament will be held April 2 at the Cumberland, Md., Riverside Complex. Entry fee is $200, with $1,000 going to the winners. USSSA rules will be enforced. Teams will hit their own .44-core ball. For more information, call 814-285-0713.

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