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By DAN SPEARS | April 26, 2000
The weather forecast called for rain in Hagerstown on Tuesday. The North Hagerstown softball team wished the clouds would have opened up in the sixth inning of the Hubs' game with Brunswick. Instead, the sun came out, and so did the Railroaders, who rallied for three runs in their final at-bat for a 5-3 victory in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League. "It's our second win in a row. First time all year," Brunswick coach Adrienne Carder said. "We've played some good ones, and then we go out and get 10-runned.
August 24, 2011
Tuesday's earthquake damaged a water line that left 10 to 15 households with cloudy, undrinkable water along the Yourtee Spring water line in Brunswick, City Administrator Rick Weldon said. Weldon said late Wednesday morning that the condition of the water had improved to the point that people could drink it after boiling. He said the customers who were affected live on Boteler, Rohrersville, Weverton and Yourtee roads. “It (looked) like water from the Potomac River,” Weldon said.
July 4, 2009
LEGION BASEBALL Funkstown 15, Brunswick 5 Funkstown: Adrian Adams 2 hits, HR, 5 RBIs; Aaron Stotelmyer 2 hits, HR; Tim Leather 2 hits. Funkstown 16, Brunswick 2 Funkstown: Tim Leather 3 hits, HR; Brandon Knight 2 hits, HR; Tyeler Presgraves, Joey Miller 2 hits each. RUNNING Freedom Run 5K at WILLIAMSPORT Men: 1. Jaron Hawkins, 26, 15:47; 2. David Wilson, 17, 16:42; 3. Mark Eissens, 28, 16:59; 4. Bret Mower, 38, 17:26; 5. Rob Hovermale, 45, 17:47; 6. Jeff Delauter Sr., 48, 18:16; 7. Bill Wells, 32, 18:27; 8. Mike Meadows, 52, 18:29; 9. Tyler Kahl, 26, 18:40; 10. Brad Sponaugle, 29, 18:46.
By BOB PARASILITI | | March 5, 2013
In the end, the simplest things were the hardest for the Smithsburg boys basketball team to do. “Passing and foul shots,” said Smithsburg coach Mike Williams. “It's as elementary as you can get.” One less turnover and a couple of more foul shots would have made a world of difference for the Leopards on Tuesday in their 48-45 loss to Brunswick in the Maryland Class 1A West Region East Section final. In fact, if the Leopards just shot foul shots better - missing 10 of 20 free throws game, including a pair of 1-and-1s - it might not have come down to an all-or-nothing finish to tie the game in regulation.
December 18, 2009
BOYS BASKETBALL BRUNSWICK, Md. -- Tyler Sterling led all scorers with 21 points -- including five of North's nine 3-pointers -- as the Hubs routed Brunswick 77-47 in the MVAL Antietam on Friday. D.D. Dickson tallied 18 points, five assists, five steals and five rebounds, Jake Bachtell added 11 points and six assists and Joe Mattei had eight rebounds and three blocks for the Hubs (3-2, 2-0). Ian Fisher had a team-high 12 points, Tyler Lawson had 10 points and seven rebounds and Nathan Foltz added nine rebounds for the Railroaders (3-2, 1-1)
January 28, 2000
BOYS BASKETBALL BRUNSWICK, Md. - Willie McLane led Brunswick with 23 points as the No. 2 Railroaders defeated the Knights 70-46 on Friday in Monocacy Valley Athletic League action. Roscoe Dorsey had 12 of his 16 points in the second half for Brunswick (14-0, 11-0). D.J. Costello had eight rebounds, five steals and four assists to go with his 19 points for Middletown (7-7, 5-6). Darin Gordon was 5 for 5 from the floor and 3 for 3 from the line. MIDDLETOWN (46)
July 7, 2004
BLUE RIDGE BASEBALL FAYETTEVILLE, Pa. - Jason Mobley's three-run homer in the first inning sparked Brunswick to an early lead and the Orioles clinched the league's regular-season championship with an 11-7 victory over Fayetteville on Tuesday. Corey O'Bryan, Scott Frye, Wayne Toms and Gerrad Talkington all had two hits for Brunswick (30-4), while Kyle George added a two-run double. Marty Rosenberry had two hits, including a three-run homer, while Joel Brookens added two hits for Fayetteville.
December 10, 2002
BRUNSWICK, Md. - Fourteen churches will open their doors for the Greater Brunswick Community Church Tour, Saturday, Dec. 14, from 4 to 7 p.m. Each church will be decorated in traditional holiday dcor and marked with luminaires as well as a numbered sign in the shape of a church to guide visitors on their way. Many of the churches will have special music during the open house. First United Methodist Church, 7 S. Maryland Ave., will be the tour's hospitality center. The self-guided tour is free, and sites can be visited in any order.
By JACK HILL III | June 6, 1999
WILLIAMSPORT - There wasn't much left for manager Rick McQuillen to say. Brunswick Post 96's bats did all the talking for him. Brunswick had eight of its nine starters share 18 hits in a 14-7 rout of Williamport Post 202 in a Western Maryland District American Legion game. "The hitting almost spoke for itself," McQuillen said. "That is pretty impressive when you have a bunch of hits and RBIs. I think that we have got a good offensive team. We have been hitting and scoring runs well so far. We will be in the ballgames.
By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | July 25, 2005
Four outs away from a regional championship, everything suddenly went south for the National Little League 9-10 All-Stars on Sunday. Brunswick scored seven runs with two outs in the bottom of the fifth inning and squeezed out a 7-6 win over National in Game 2 of the Maryland 9-10 District 1-2 best-of-3 series, evening things at 1-1. The deciding third game will be played tonight at 6 at National Little League's Staley Park. "We played a good game," National manager Jeff Swope said.
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