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By TIM KOELBLE | May 24, 2003
koelble@herald-mail.com The Walkersville baseball team will try today to advance to the head of the class - Maryland Class 2A, that is. The Lions' task will not be easy as they tangle with unbeaten Eastern Tech in the Class 2A state final at Joe Cannon Stadium in Harmans, Md., with the first pitch scheduled for 3:30. If victorious, Walkersville would add another diamond crown to its 1999 feat. "They (Tech) have two decent pitchers, are a good defensive team and pretty scrappy," first-year Lions coach Mike O'Brien said.
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May 29, 2003
For the third time in five days, rain postponed the Class 2A baseball championship game Wednesday, pushing it back yet another day. Walkersville is scheduled to play Eastern Tech for the title tonight at either 4 or 7 p.m. at Joe Cannon Stadium in Harmans, Md. The Lions were originally scheduled to play Saturday, then Monday. Walkersville (15-5) has won 10 straight heading into the title game.
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May 27, 2003
The Maryland state championship baseball games were rained out Monday and rescheduled, for the second time. The Class 1A final between South Hagerstown and Catoctin is now set for today at 4 p.m. at Joe Cannon Stadium in Harmans, Md. The Class 2A final between Walkersville and Eastern Tech will be Wednesday at 4 p.m. at Joe Cannon Stadium. Directions to Joe Cannon Stadium: Take 1-70 East to I-695 South to I-97 South to Md. 100 West. Take the Arundel Mills Boulevard exit, turning left.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | May 29, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com HARMANS, Md. - The underclassmen headed back to the dugout, leaving North Hagerstown baseball coach Shawn Reynolds and his assistants to console the 10 seniors whose contributions made it possible for the Hubs to even reach Saturday's Maryland Class 2A state final. One by one, Reynolds walked around the circle, giving a heart-felt hug to each senior who had worn the Hubs uniform for the final time. It was a bittersweet moment, as Eastern Tech had just ruined North's title hopes by rallying from a 4-0 deficit for a 9-4 victory at Joe Cannon Stadium.
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May 26, 2006
PREP TRACK & FIELD Maryland State Championships at BALTIMORE (Winners and Washington County finishers) GIRLS Class 1A 3,200 - 1. Richardson (Perryville) 11:50.63; 6. L. Forsythe (Williamsport) 12:58.73; 7. T. Forsythe (Williamsport) 13:00.75. 800 relay - 1. New Town 1:44.66; 5. Smithsburg 1:48.79; 6. Boonsboro 1:49.31. 3,200 relay - 1. Digital Harbor 9:46.47; 2. Williamsport 9:47.44; 3. Clear Spring 10:04.42; 4. Boonsboro 10:07.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | May 28, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com When North Hagerstown senior Matt Ridenour awoke Friday morning, he probably wished for a few seconds that he could go back to his wonderful dream - just before he realized it wasn't a dream at all. Yes, Ridenour really did bloop an RBI double right on the left-field foul line that gave the Hubs the lead for good in a 10-5 victory over Southern-Anne Arundel in Thursday night's Class 2A semifinals. Yes, North really did earn a spot in this afternoon's 2A championship game against Eastern Tech at 3:30 at Joe Cannon Stadium.
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By CHRIS CARTER | December 10, 2008
North Hagerstown girls soccer coach Rick Aleshire perhaps has had better teams in his 10 years with the Hubs. None, though, are as decorated as the 2008 team. Aleshire led the Hubs to their first region title, their fifth straight Washington County title and a share of the MVAL Piedmont Conference title. He is The Herald-Mail's 2008 All-Area Girls Soccer Coach of the Year. "Coaches don't get these things without having tremendous players, and I've been very fortunate to have those players at North High," Aleshire said.
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By DAN KAUFFMAN | May 30, 2003
kauffman@herald-mail.com HARMANS, Md. - Dustin Kolb picked the perfect time to hit his first home run of 2003. Kolb drilled the first pitch of the bottom of the sixth inning far over the fence in left field, breaking a 4-4 tie and lifting Walkersville to its third state baseball title with a 5-4 victory Thursday over previously undefeated Eastern Tech in the Class 2A final at Joe Cannon Stadium. "That's the first home run I hit this season, and I had a doubt about it," Kolb said.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | June 12, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com Fresh off the thrill ride that was the North Hagerstown baseball team's trip to the Maryland Class 2A state final, Hubs senior Matt Ridenour has another one awaiting him. Days before Ridenour played his final high school game, he signed to play at Southeastern Louisiana, an NCAA Division I program in the Southland Conference. Ridenour is anxious to get the next chapter of his baseball career started. "I really can't wait to get down there," Ridenour said Thursday.
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By CHRIS CARTER | December 10, 2008
North Hagerstown girls soccer coach Rick Aleshire perhaps has had better teams in his 10 years with the Hubs. None, though, are as decorated as the 2008 team. Aleshire led the Hubs to their first region title, their fifth straight Washington County title and a share of the MVAL Piedmont Conference title. He is The Herald-Mail's 2008 All-Area Girls Soccer Coach of the Year. "Coaches don't get these things without having tremendous players, and I've been very fortunate to have those players at North High," Aleshire said.
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By BIG SYDNEY | November 6, 2008
Sure, Tuesday was a historic day in American history, but not as historic as it could have been. That's because, I, Big Sydney, almost tossed my yellow flag into the ring to make a run for president. I had the whole thing covered. I wasn't invited to the Republican or Democratic conventions, so there was only one way I was going to get the nomination. I needed to find another affiliation to get me in. I thought about the Green Party, but look at me, I don't exactly eat vegetables.
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May 22, 2008
PREP BASEBALL Chestnut Hill 7, Mercersburg Academy 3 Mercersburg 000 000 3 - 3 11 2 Chestnut Hill 001 330 x - 7 9 2 Timoney, Binford (6) and Freeland. Mattei and Russell. WP - Mattei. LP - Timoney (3-3). Meyersdale 13, Southern Fulton 0 So. Fulton 000 00 - 0 3 2 Meyersdale 801 5x - 13 10 0 Redman, Smart (1), Hall (3) and Whiteside. M. Donaldson, K. Donaldson (5) and Fitzpatrick. WP - M. Donaldson. LP - Redman (5-2). PREP SOFTBALL Waynesboro 2, Carlisle 1 Carlisle 001 000 000 000 00 - 1 3 1 Waynesboro 100 000 000 000 01 - 2 10 4 Beamer and Holsapple.
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May 22, 2008
Area Results PREP BASEBALL Chestnut Hill 7Mercersburg Academy 3 Mercersburg0000003-3112 Chestnut Hill001330x-792 Timoney, Binford (6) and Freeland. Mattei and Russell. WP - Mattei. LP - Timoney (3-3). Meyersdale 13, So. Fulton 0 So. Fulton00000-032 Meyersdale8015x-13100 Redman, Smart (1), Hall (3) and Whiteside. M. Donaldson, K. Donaldson (5) and Fitzpatrick. WP - M. Donaldson. LP - Redman (5-2). PREP SOFTBALL Waynesboro 2, Carlisle 1 Carlisle00100000000000-131 Waynesboro10000000000001-2104 Beamer and Holsapple.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | June 12, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com Fresh off the thrill ride that was the North Hagerstown baseball team's trip to the Maryland Class 2A state final, Hubs senior Matt Ridenour has another one awaiting him. Days before Ridenour played his final high school game, he signed to play at Southeastern Louisiana, an NCAA Division I program in the Southland Conference. Ridenour is anxious to get the next chapter of his baseball career started. "I really can't wait to get down there," Ridenour said Thursday.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | May 29, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com HARMANS, Md. - The underclassmen headed back to the dugout, leaving North Hagerstown baseball coach Shawn Reynolds and his assistants to console the 10 seniors whose contributions made it possible for the Hubs to even reach Saturday's Maryland Class 2A state final. One by one, Reynolds walked around the circle, giving a heart-felt hug to each senior who had worn the Hubs uniform for the final time. It was a bittersweet moment, as Eastern Tech had just ruined North's title hopes by rallying from a 4-0 deficit for a 9-4 victory at Joe Cannon Stadium.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | May 28, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com When North Hagerstown senior Matt Ridenour awoke Friday morning, he probably wished for a few seconds that he could go back to his wonderful dream - just before he realized it wasn't a dream at all. Yes, Ridenour really did bloop an RBI double right on the left-field foul line that gave the Hubs the lead for good in a 10-5 victory over Southern-Anne Arundel in Thursday night's Class 2A semifinals. Yes, North really did earn a spot in this afternoon's 2A championship game against Eastern Tech at 3:30 at Joe Cannon Stadium.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | May 27, 2005
kauffman@herald-mail.com GAMBRILLS, Md. - This week's rain may have been an omen for North Hagerstown's baseball team. "(Assistant coach) Fred (Kreiger Sr.) told me the last time we won the state title (in 1989), we got rained out on Tuesday and Wednesday," Hubs coach Shawn Reynolds said. North is one win away from a little deja vu, thanks to a little hitting and a whole lot of hustle in Thursday's 10-5 victory over Southern-Anne Arundel at Arundel High School. The Hubs (19-5)
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