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by DAN KAUFFMAN | July 12, 2002
kauffman@herald-mail.com BOONSBORO - Kyle Beers' first-inning grand slam was the loudest hit. Chris Jackson didn't allow any hits at all. From start to finish, the West End Little League 11-12 All-Stars dominated in every fashion, as Beer's slam and Jackson's no-hitter were the storylines in a 12-0 victory over two-time defending District 1 champion South Mountain in a winners' bracket semifinal on Thursday. "The first inning told the story of the game," South Mountain manager Terry Hartle said.
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July 15, 2000
Frederick National takes 1-0 lead vs. So. Mountain in 9-10 By DAN KAUFFMAN / Staff Writer The game of baseball, just like most other games, usually comes down to who makes the right plays at the right times. On Saturday afternoon, Frederick National made the better plays at the more critical times, and South Mountain was left hoping for better luck today after losing 5-4 in the opening game of the Section 1 9-10 All-Stars championship series. The best-of-3 series continues today at 6 p.m. "We had a couple of blunders that gave them the lead," South Mountain manager Dave Ferguson said.
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by JACK HILL III | July 16, 2003
BOONSBORO - South Mountain won its fourth district title in seven years on Tuesday night when it edged Sharpsburg 4-2 in the Maryland District 1 11 & 12 All-Stars Tournament championship game. "The effort of the kids is great," South Mountain manager Terry Hartle said. "They wanted it. They went and got it. The boys have got a lot of heart to fight. " South Mountain (6-1) will now represent District 1 in the Maryland state tournament at Salisbury, opening against the District 4 winner on Saturday morning at 10:45.
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July 28, 2007
YOUTH LEAGUES BOARDMAN, Ohio - Hagerstown won both its games Friday at the PONY West Region East Zone Tournament, defeating East Liverpool, 9-0 and following it up with a 12-5 victory over Tri-T Trumbull. In the first game, Corey Carpenter and Aaron Schroyer combined to pitch a two-hit shutout, striking out 11. Zach Sauble, Zach Webber and Brian Lesher combined to give up just three hits in the second game with 11 strikeouts. Hagerstown will play today in the winners' bracket final at 12:30 p.m. Thomas Evans Tournament National 10, Clear Spring 5 National: Keith Johnson HR; Dylan Appel 2 hits.
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June 23, 2007
TRACK & FIELD INDIANAPOLIS - Tone Belt, a 2005 Berkeley Springs High School graduate, fouled on all three of his attempts in the men's long jump competition Friday evening at the 2007 AT&T USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Belt, who won an NCAA indoor title in the long jump this year as a sophomore at Louisville, is scheduled to compete in the high jump Sunday. GOLF Schultz misses PGA cut BEND, Ore. - Beaver Creek Country Club professional Dirk Schultz missed the cut in the 40th PGA Professional National Championship.
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By TIM KOELBLE | April 14, 2007
Boonsboro did its share of hitting on a windy Friday afternoon, but it was a case of receiving extra outs from North Hagerstown that opened the doors for the Warriors. The Warriors took advantage of two Hubs errors in the second inning to score four times on the way to a 9-5 MVAL Antietam victory. Kyle Kane and Jake Pendergraft started the inning with soft singles to left. Tim Cole then bounced to third baseman Colby Fisher, who turned what could have at least been a force at third into an error and a bases-loaded, no-out situation.
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by TIM KOELBLE | April 24, 2007
BOONSBORO - It's not often a baseball team gets to enjoy what Boonsboro did on Monday afternoon. It started out with the Warriors batting around in the order in the sixth inning. The enjoyable part is they did it with none out. By the time Williamsport retired the side, Boonsboro had scored eight runs to finish off a 14-9 MVAL Antietam Conference victory, putting the Warriors (7-3, 5-3) in sole possession of second place. "We're down 9-6 and we've hit the ball hard but right at people and then suddenly we get some hits to drop and some help from (Williamsport)
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by JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | May 10, 2007
BOONSBORO - In a high-scoring, see-saw battle between the Boonsboro and North Hagerstown baseball teams Wednesday, the Warriors scored the game's final five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to edge the Hubs, 11-9. Boonsboro (11-7, 9-5 MVAL Antietam) stopped a two-game losing steak. "We're trying to get ready for the playoffs," Boonsboro coach Max Shaffer said. "It was a good way to end the regular season. We hit better tonight than what we did in the last two games. I'm just happy we won. I'm just looking forward to the playoffs right now. " North (8-10, 5-9)
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | July 12, 2003
kauffman@herald-mail.com BOONSBORO - In capitalizing on the most important opportunity it had Friday evening, South Mountain Little League's 11 & 12 All-Stars laid several missed chances to rest. Meanwhile, Halfway Little League wondered how it left the big one get away. Despite stranding 11 runners on base in the first five innings - including eight in scoring position - South Mountain used two hits, four walks and a crucial error to score four runs in the sixth for a 6-3 victory over Halfway in the District 1 Tournament losers' bracket final.
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By LARRY YANOS | April 18, 2008
BOONSBORO -- Apparently, the Boonsboro baseball team got the message. "I challenged them earlier this week and they have come through," Boonsboro coach Ben Leonard said following Thursday's 15-3 victory over previously undefeated South Hagerstown. After the Warriors (5-5) sent 16 batters to the plate and scored 10 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning, the game was called after 4 1/2 frames because of the 10-run rule. Coupled with Wednesday's 14-4 win over Smithsburg, Boonsboro has scored 29 runs in its last two games, which pleases Leonard.
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