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December 27, 2010
A New Year's Revolution will take place 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 7, Saturday, Jan. 8 and and 10 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 9, at Gateway Ministries, 11017 Kemps Mill Road, Williamsport. The event features youth speaker Josh Carter, and hip-hop bands Curvine and Shaddai Sons, dance band 3rd Day and Consumed. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 301-582-4595 or murge411@yahoo.com .
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July 27, 1998
EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio - Matt Mastiano went 3-for-4, Josh Carter was 2-for-2 with a home run and Steve Weaver had a three-run homer to lead Hagerstown to a 16-1 win over West Suffolk Long Island for the title in the Pony League 13-year-old zone tournament Sunday. Mastiano was the winning pitcher, throwing a three-hitter with four strikeouts. Hagerstown went 9-0 and outscored its opponents, 96-35. The leading hitters were Carter (.630), Mastiano (.600) and Matt Allen (.444)
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July 30, 2000
Funkstown wins in American Legion tourney FREDERICK, Md. - Funkstown Post 211 rebounded Sunday with an 18-6 victory over Frederick in the Maryland American Legion tournament at McCurdy Field. Funkstown, which lost in the winner's bracket semifinal Saturday to Sacerna Park, will play Damascus at 7 p.m. today. Post 211 pounded out 16 hits, including Simon Henry and Danny Fowler, who each had three. Henry had three RBI and Fowler had three runs scored. Josh Carter had two hits and four RBI and Aaron Showe and P.J. Hiser had two hits and two RBI for Funkstown (26-9)
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by JACK HILL III | June 9, 2003
WILLIAMSPORT - Funkstown Post 211 used good pitching in both games to sweep Williamsport Post 202, 5-2 and 4-1, on Sunday afternoon in a Western Maryland District American Legion baseball doubleheader. The first game counted in the district standings, as Funkstown (7-4, 3-2 district) moved into a tie for first place in the district with Mount Airy (2-1 district). "The first game was a district game, so that was a good win," Funkstown manager Darryl Powell said. "We got a good pitching performance.
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BY JACK HILL III | March 25, 2002
Senior southpaw Josh Carter used both his pitching arm and his bat to led the St. Maria Goretti Gaels past the Berkeley Springs Indians 5-3 on Saturday. Carter went the distance in his first start of the spring as he struck out 10 batters and did not surrender aany walks. He allowed one earned run and four hits. Carter also picked off two baserunners during the first two innings of the game. "It was good to get out there and get some innings in," Carter said. "I had good command of my curveball today.
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May 11, 2001
Goretti blows past Hancock By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent St. Maria Goretti 14, Hancock 11 St. Maria Goretti0061430-14125 Hancock0040142-11156 Adenhart, Carter (6) and Staubs. Steiner, Keefer (3), Steiner (5), Moore (6) and Dobrzanski. WP - Adenhart. LP - Steiner. HR - SMG: Herman (fifth, none on), Carter (fifth, one on). HANCOCK- The St. Maria Goretti Gaels led early and junior Josh Carter later provided the buffer.
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BY DAN KAUFFMAN | May 2, 2002
kauffman@herald-mail.com These are the moments when Josh Carter wants the bat in his hands. Carter's RBI single with one in the bottom of the seventh inning scored Phil Dorsey with the winning run, breaking a 5-5 tie as St. Maria Goretti beat No. 7 Clear Spring 6-5 in an Apple Valley League game Wednesday night at Municipal Stadium. "I had been seeing the ball well all night," said Carter, who finished 3-for-4. "When you get those opportunities, you want to be the guy at the plate.
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July 29, 2000
Post 211 can't rally twice Funkstown falls in semifinals of state tourney By DAN KAUFFMAN / Staff Writer FREDERICK, Md. - At first glance, it seemed pretty ironic that a Funk - Severna Park's Jason Funk - hit the game-winning three-run double that doomed Funkstown on Saturday in the Maryland American Legion tournament winner's bracket semifinal. But while Funk's two-out drive to the right-filed gap with the bases loaded in the seventh inning sparked Severna Park to the 8-6 victory at McCurdy Field, it was the error and two walks preceding his at-bat that ruined what had been a thrilling Funkstown comeback.
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by JACK HILL III | June 12, 2002
WILLIAMSPORT - Funkstown Post 211 learned the good way that patience really can be a virtue. Funkstown received nine free passes from Williamsport Post 202 on Tuesday night and turned them into a 6-5 victory for first place in the Western Maryland District. "It was a real good ballgame," Funkstown manager Darryl Powell said. "The key to us winning was to be patient against Nick Adenhart. Today, we were patient against him for the whole time. We got him up high in the pitch count and that is what you have to do to beat him. We got the hits when we needed them.
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February 3, 2001
Indians get just enough offense By DAN SPEARS / Staff Writer WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Waynesboro basketball trio of Seth Scott, Adam Caron and Josh Carter won't be shaking up the math world anytime soon, but they did prove - at least in one instance Saturday night - that three is greater than six. The threesome combined for all of the Indians' points and went 20-for-23 from the foul line as Waynesboro survived a wild ending for...
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December 27, 2010
A New Year's Revolution will take place 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 7, Saturday, Jan. 8 and and 10 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 9, at Gateway Ministries, 11017 Kemps Mill Road, Williamsport. The event features youth speaker Josh Carter, and hip-hop bands Curvine and Shaddai Sons, dance band 3rd Day and Consumed. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 301-582-4595 or murge411@yahoo.com .
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by JACK HILL III | June 9, 2003
WILLIAMSPORT - Funkstown Post 211 used good pitching in both games to sweep Williamsport Post 202, 5-2 and 4-1, on Sunday afternoon in a Western Maryland District American Legion baseball doubleheader. The first game counted in the district standings, as Funkstown (7-4, 3-2 district) moved into a tie for first place in the district with Mount Airy (2-1 district). "The first game was a district game, so that was a good win," Funkstown manager Darryl Powell said. "We got a good pitching performance.
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July 25, 2002
PREP BASEBALL Josh Carter, a recent graduate of St. Maria Goretti, was named to the National Baseball Coaches Association All-America third team as a utility player. Carter and Adam Hanselman, a 2002 graduate of Thomas Johnson, were named to the District 2 team, representing Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, the District of Columbia and Maryland, by the National High School Baseball Coaches Association. Fifteen players are named to each of the eight district teams.
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by JACK HILL III | June 12, 2002
WILLIAMSPORT - Funkstown Post 211 learned the good way that patience really can be a virtue. Funkstown received nine free passes from Williamsport Post 202 on Tuesday night and turned them into a 6-5 victory for first place in the Western Maryland District. "It was a real good ballgame," Funkstown manager Darryl Powell said. "The key to us winning was to be patient against Nick Adenhart. Today, we were patient against him for the whole time. We got him up high in the pitch count and that is what you have to do to beat him. We got the hits when we needed them.
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BY DAN KAUFFMAN | May 2, 2002
kauffman@herald-mail.com These are the moments when Josh Carter wants the bat in his hands. Carter's RBI single with one in the bottom of the seventh inning scored Phil Dorsey with the winning run, breaking a 5-5 tie as St. Maria Goretti beat No. 7 Clear Spring 6-5 in an Apple Valley League game Wednesday night at Municipal Stadium. "I had been seeing the ball well all night," said Carter, who finished 3-for-4. "When you get those opportunities, you want to be the guy at the plate.
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BY DAN SPEARS | April 30, 2002
dans@herald-mail.com After Monday's frostbite festival, cleverly disguised as a baseball game between St. Maria Goretti and Musselman, everyone agreed that the little things are what need you a win in a one-run game. And yet it's rare that the little things include a 350-foot homer. In this Apple Valley League game though, it constituted a breakthrough. Josh Carter's two-strike, two-out, two-run homer in the bottom of the sixth won the game for the Gaels, who survived a battle of missed opportunities for a 6-5 victory.
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BY JACK HILL III | March 25, 2002
Senior southpaw Josh Carter used both his pitching arm and his bat to led the St. Maria Goretti Gaels past the Berkeley Springs Indians 5-3 on Saturday. Carter went the distance in his first start of the spring as he struck out 10 batters and did not surrender aany walks. He allowed one earned run and four hits. Carter also picked off two baserunners during the first two innings of the game. "It was good to get out there and get some innings in," Carter said. "I had good command of my curveball today.
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May 11, 2001
Goretti blows past Hancock By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent St. Maria Goretti 14, Hancock 11 St. Maria Goretti0061430-14125 Hancock0040142-11156 Adenhart, Carter (6) and Staubs. Steiner, Keefer (3), Steiner (5), Moore (6) and Dobrzanski. WP - Adenhart. LP - Steiner. HR - SMG: Herman (fifth, none on), Carter (fifth, one on). HANCOCK- The St. Maria Goretti Gaels led early and junior Josh Carter later provided the buffer.
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February 3, 2001
Indians get just enough offense By DAN SPEARS / Staff Writer WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Waynesboro basketball trio of Seth Scott, Adam Caron and Josh Carter won't be shaking up the math world anytime soon, but they did prove - at least in one instance Saturday night - that three is greater than six. The threesome combined for all of the Indians' points and went 20-for-23 from the foul line as Waynesboro survived a wild ending for...
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July 30, 2000
Funkstown wins in American Legion tourney FREDERICK, Md. - Funkstown Post 211 rebounded Sunday with an 18-6 victory over Frederick in the Maryland American Legion tournament at McCurdy Field. Funkstown, which lost in the winner's bracket semifinal Saturday to Sacerna Park, will play Damascus at 7 p.m. today. Post 211 pounded out 16 hits, including Simon Henry and Danny Fowler, who each had three. Henry had three RBI and Fowler had three runs scored. Josh Carter had two hits and four RBI and Aaron Showe and P.J. Hiser had two hits and two RBI for Funkstown (26-9)
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