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December 2, 2009
Burhans Station restaurant sold Man charged with hitting officer One hunter dies on first day of Pa. deer season Quad/Graphics to cut 35 jobs Angels give playoff cut to Adenhart
April 14, 2009
Greencastle man killed in accident Ramp from I-81 to I-70 to be closed beginning Tuesday Ryan Andrew "Bud" Myers, 23 I will remember you Suns plan moment of silence for Adenhart
April 12, 2009
Ryan Myers remembered as fun-loving Williamsport class of ,04 mourns peers Construction accident victim loved outdoors Fallen pitcher Adenhart remembered online Ryan Andrew "Bud" Myers, 23
July 17, 2010
Earthquake's effects felt in Tri-State area Fire destroys home on George Street MSP and highway officials investigating I-70 accident Change of venue denied for man charged in Adenhart's death Middletown man convicted in road rage case
By WILL ROBINSON | | June 8, 2013
Like the proverbial elephant, the community of Williamsport never forgets. Saturday's fourth annual Nick Adenhart Memorial 5K was a sea of red and blue, as 275 participants, many decked out in Williamsport Wildcats and Anaheim Angels gear, came out to Williamsport High School to support the Nick Adenhart Memorial Fund. “This is why I love small towns. Everybody cares about each other and we just have fun,” said Williamsport volleyball coach Emily Crabtree, the organizer of the event.
By BOB PARASILITI | | September 29, 2012
Even as a major league pitcher, the idea of family isn't wasted on Darren O'Day. He has learned that baseball teams are part of an extended family. And the family is the happiest when it is winning. There are a lot of smiles to go around in Baltimore these days, especially with the Orioles in the thick of a pennant race and seemingly headed for no worse than the franchise's best record and first playoff berth in 15 years. The Orioles' family is built on a common belief this year - that they can really be champions.
By BOB PARASILITI | | September 28, 2012
Fittingly, the Nick Adenhart Baseball Camp will cover all the bases today. It will provide up-close and personal baseball instruction to budding players. It will be an opportunity to meet Baltimore Orioles reliever Darren O'Day. It will feature an auction of a number of items to raise money for the Nick Adenhart Memorial Foundation. But primarily, it will be for one main thing. “It will be 2 1/2 to 3 hours of quality baseball time for the campers,” said camp co-director Dave Warrenfeltz.
By WILL ROBINSON | Staff Correspondent | June 9, 2012
Saturday's third annual Nick Adenhart 5K had another huge turnout, rallying 318 participants in support of a Williamsport community that has faced much tragedy. Only three years after Adenhart lost his life in a car accident with a drunk driver in 2009, Williamsport is still reeling from the deaths of Brendon Colliflower and Sam Kelly, who also were star athletes for the Wildcats. The race was also dedicated in their memory. “I think the race symbolizes a sense of community here in Williamsport to get back at a sense of loss within the community,” said race director Mike Shifler.
By DAVE McMILLION | | May 7, 2012
When David Warrenfeltz heard about the deaths of Williamsport High School sports standouts Brendon Colliflower and Samantha Kelly, he thought about how “eerily similar” the accident late Saturday on Rench Road was to the one that claimed his friend, Nick Adenhart. Warrenfeltz, coach of the Williamsport High School baseball team, was for years the catcher for Adenhart, who died along with two friends in a car accident April 9, 2009, in Fullerton, Calif., shortly after making his debut that year for the Los Angeles Angels.
By BOB PARASILITI | | May 4, 2012
Nick Adenhart has been considered the shining light for Halfway Little League for many years. On Friday, the league assured that legacy will remain intact for many years to come. Nicholas J. Adenhart Field at Martin Snook Park was illuminated during a pregame ceremony as the league completed a year-long project to make night baseball a reality. The lighting was a celebration to not only remember the late Halfway and Williamsport High baseball star, but provide a memorable experience for future players.
August 17, 2011
Youth baseball got a boost this week thanks to the memory of Nick Adenhart. A total of $6,000 was donated to the Nick Adenhart Memorial Fund through a silent auction and gate receipts from Tuesday evening's Hagerstown Suns game against the Lexington Legends at Municipal Stadium. The Suns hosted Nick Adenhart Day, which culminated with the team retiring Adenhart's name on a plaque to the stadium's Wall of Fame in right field. Adenhart was a Williamsport High graduate and star baseball player who went on to play for the Los Angeles Angels of Anahiem until his life and career were cut short 2 1/2 years ago in a traffic accident with a drunken driver.
By BOB PARASILITI | | August 16, 2011
To Nick Adenhart, Municipal Stadium was like Disneyland. Adenhart pitched in many places during his brief Major League Baseball career, including Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif. Nothing beat Hagerstown's old ballpark. "This was one of his favorite places," said Janet Gigeous, Adenhart's mother. "He loved coming here for games. He had his favorite place to sit behind the radar guns to watch the pitchers. It helped him when he played here. " Now, Adenhart is a permanent fixture at one of the places he called home.
By BOB PARASILITI | | August 14, 2011
Nick Adenhart is gone but not forgotten. It has been almost 2 1/2 years since the former star pitcher at Williamsport High School was killed in an auto accident in Fullerton, Calif., just after his first start of the 2009 season with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. In one swift instant, a young talent who was Washington County's tie to major league baseball was gone. But more importantly, so was a son, a brother, a friend and a teammate to many. Items carrying Adenhart's No. 34 dot businesses in the area and he still remains a vivid memory for the baseball community.
August 12, 2011
James Robert Adenhart, 74, of Fairplay, Md., died Thursday, Aug. 11, 2011, at Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown, Md. Born Oct. 28, 1936, in Bobtown, Pa., he was the son of the late Margaret Jane Adenhart. He was a graduate of Uniontown High School, Uniontown, Pa. He was employed by the U.S. Secret Service Uniform Division in Washington, D.C., from 1970 to 1978, retiring in 1978. After his retirement from the Secret Service, he was employed with the Maryland Office of the Public Defender in Hagerstown, from 1980 to 1991.
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