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November 28, 1997
The Hagerstown Colt League will be getting a new backstop, fencing and one light pole at Hellane Park, according to a loan agreement City Council members approved Tuesday. Council members voted 4-1 to loan $18,150 to the league for five years at no interest. Councilman William M. Breichner cast the sole dissenting vote. Breichner said council members should consider funding these types of improvements for the league and similar groups. His no vote concerned a previous decision by the council to pay to install lighting for lawn bowling facilities at Pangborn Park that are used mainly be senior citizens.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | August 2, 1999
Bud Nelson isn't the most eloquent of speakers, but the Washington, Pa., manager leaves little doubt of the meaning of his words. "This is the most awesome team I've ever coached. I've been in this thing for 22 years, and this team is awesome," Nelson said. [cont. from sports page ] Nelson's description was on the mark, proven by his team's 12-1 victory over Hagerstown A on Sunday in the Regional Colt Tournament finals at Hellane Park. "These kids are so exciting to watch," he said.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | August 1, 1999
Some teams play better with their backs squarely against a brick wall. Hagerstown "A" didn't play better. They played much better. Having to survive two elimination games on Saturday at Hellane Park, Hagerstown flourished, eliminating Anne Arundel 13-5, then sending Cincinnati to the same fate with a 15-2 win that night in six innings at the Regional Colt Tournament. The combined 28 runs come a day after losing 7-2 to Washington, Pa. ... the team Hagerstown meets at 2 today for the title.
NEWS
By JACK HILL III | July 27, 1998
Hagerstown A has had no trouble producing runs during the Colt League West Region Tournament. Sunday's title game was no different than the previous ones in the tourney at Hellane Park. Hagerstown A scored eight runs in the first five innings, then held off a comeback attempt by Kelly's Place of Johnstown, Pa., for an 8-5 victory and the championship. Hagerstown A had a perfect 3-0 record in the double-elimination tournament and scored 35 runs in its three games. Hagerstown will now advance to the Colt League Zone Tournament in Greensboro, N.C. The tourney runs from Wednesday through Saturday.
NEWS
July 24, 2009
YOUTH BASEBALL STRUTHERS, Ohio -- Nick Stubbs had three hits and Brian Lesher, Austin Yost and Blake Miller combined to pitch a one-hitter as Hagerstown blanked West View (Pa.) 15-0 Thursday in the first round of the Colt League regional tournament. Jack Schwartz, Jake Bachtell, Ryan Sword and Brock Heiston each had two hits for Hagerstown, which plays Youngstown (Ohio) today at 9 a.m. Rally at Valley 7-8 Sharpsburg 6, West End 2 Sharpsburg: Dalton Shank 3 hits; Ryan Nolan, Cameron Cline, Josh DeRocher 2 hits each.
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By TIM KOELBLE | July 21, 2007
The Hagerstown White team had the easy going, while the Hagerstown Red team had a longer and tougher road on Friday in the Colt Region Tournament at Hellane Park. Either way, the road led to victory. In a 4 1/2-inning opener, Noon Jordan went 4-for-4 and Adrian Adams supplied a grand slam home run to lead the White past McCandless, Pa., 19-5. The Red needed a full seven innings, using its last at-bat for a seven-run explosion to take a 12-7 win over Cranberry, Pa. Tonight at 8, both Hagerstown teams will collide in a key winners bracket battle.
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By Tony Mulieri | January 8, 2006
I found out after the fact that The Daily Mail published a couple of local photos that were taken with someone's camera phone. The photos were e-mailed to the paper. A camera phone. I don't think it was sprinkled with megapixels either. It's funny how technology seems to seep into your everyday life whether you want it to or not. And Americans don't seem to mind. We pay for "minutes" with our cell phone plans. We've been buying special water - bottled water, that is - for years.
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by JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | July 22, 2005
Nerves might have gotten the best of Hagerstown 'A' Thursday evening as it lost its opening game of the Colt League region tournament 3-1 to Canon-Mac of Canonsburg, Pa. "We played well defensively," Hagerstown manager Steve McLucas said. "Our pitchers did well. We just couldn't get the hits when we had runners on base. During our first game, I think that we were a little bit nervous and we had a little bit of tournament jitters. " Columbia (Md.) defeated Lawrence County (Pa.)
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