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By BOB PARASILITI | July 27, 1998
There's a right side and a wrong side for pitchers when they face the Hagerstown Suns. On Sunday, Capital City's Kevin Dougherty was right by being wrong. That "wrong side" is any pitcher who throws with his left arm. It saps the Suns' strength quicker than a kryptonite cape around Superman's neck. And Dougherty had Hagerstown flailing away for 7 1/3 innings in the Bombers' 8-3 South Atlantic League victory before 2,838 at Municipal Stadium. "We just didn't hit the ball," Pevey said.
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By JESS WEST / 301-988-0435 | January 21, 2009
Comedy show On Saturday Jan. 31, starting at 9 p.m., Make Me Laugh Live will be in Hagerstown at Burhans Station. This show will feature Chad Beadle, Lonnie Davis, Sonny Fuller and Raesheen. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. with music and after party by DJ Sinbad. For more information, call 240-367-5052. VIP packages are available. Women's Club The public is invited to a cooking class at the Women's Club on Sunday, Feb. 8, from 2 to 4 p.m. Shellie Ralston, chef from The Rhubarb House, will give a cooking demonstration with samples included.
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By MELITA WISHARD | January 29, 2009
Senior club to meet Tuesday The Maugansville Senior Friendship Club will meet Tuesday at Tops Buffet in the North Village Plaza. A Dutch treat lunch will start at noon and will be followed by the meeting. The speaker will be Amy Schmerkel, who will talk about resolving problems. As a reminder, don't forget the flea market items for the fun sale. For more information, call Frances Bargiel at 301-739-6748 or Dorothy Smith at 301-745-6355. Maugansville LL to hold registration Maugansville Little League registration will be Thursday, Feb. 12, and Friday, Feb. 13, from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday Feb. 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 pm at the Maugansville Ruritan Building.
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By KYLE RAIOS/Staff Correspondent | July 13, 2009
WILLIAMSPORT -- Dorothy followed the yellow-brick road. The Hancock Junior All-Stars followed the Trail. Tyler Trail's pitched 6 2/3 outstanding innings Sunday, dashing Conococheague's hopes of an underdog victory as Hancock clinched the Maryland District 1 Junior All-Star title with a 6-1 victory. "Errors kept it away," said Hancock manager Dennis Douglas, "It's a day late. " After failing to bring home the title Saturday night, Hancock came back Sunday with a vengeance.
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From staff reports | July 2, 2009
Federal Little League led Halfway Little League 3-2 in the bottom of the first inning Wednesday evening when rain forced the suspension of the Maryland District 1 9-10 Tournament losers' bracket game. The game will be completed from the spot it was suspended -- with Halfway's Harrison Barger batting with one out and the bases loaded -- today at 6 p.m. at Halfway. Federal scored three runs in the top of the first inning. Myles Nicholson walked and Nathan Kline, Malik Carey and Max Conrad hit consecutive singles, the last two driving in runs.
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By TIM KOELBLE | April 7, 2009
BOONSBORO -- Tyler Itnyre made his bat look like it belonged in the heart of Boonsboro's batting order on Monday. While Boonsboro's 3-4-5 batters went 2-for-11 and were hitless until a seven-run sixth inning, it was Itnyre that ignited the coals for the Warriors on the way to an 11-1 mercy-rule victory over Williamsport. The junior third baseman led off with hits in the second, fourth and sixth innings and eventually scored each time to ignite the Warriors. "We've worked with Travis staying back and not coming off his front foot," said coach Ben Leonard.
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By CONNER GILBERT | June 30, 2009
The Federal All-Stars came out swinging Monday and pounded out an 11-0 win over South Mountain at Murphy Field in a losers' bracket game in the Maryland District 1 9-10 Little League Tournament. Federal's hitters started strong and never let up, producing 13 hits in the four-inning game. "We're a good hitting team," said Federal manager Charlie Wood. "We came out playing strong. " Federal grabbed the lead right from the start. Bryant Shives scored on a wild pitch and Malek Carey and Max Conrad followed with RBI doubles to give Federal a 3-0 advantage in the top of the first inning.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | April 8, 2004
kauffman@herald-mail.com BOONSBORO - As so often happens in high school baseball, one team's mistakes opened the door for another team's victory. Clear Spring took advantage of Boonsboro's two two-out infield errors in the third inning when Phil Saloom tripled to the gap in left, giving the Blazers a 3-1 lead on the way to a 5-4 win Wednesday in the MVAL Antietam. "We can't make multiple errors in an inning, and we can't give up big innings," Warriors coasch Brian Smith said.
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by BILL STERNER / Staff Correspondent | April 24, 2004
It was a case of good news, bad news for North Hagerstown baseball coach Shawn Reynolds on Friday. The good news was the inconsistent Hubs finally started hitting the ball. The bad news was so did the Brunswick Railroaders. North jumped all over Brunswick starter Justin Smith, slugging three home runs in the first inning, and then hung on through the Railroaders' comeback attempt and the rain to take an 8-5 MVAL Antietam victory. Orland Dean led off the bottom of the first with a solo blast to deep center field on a 1-1 high fastball and North was off and running.
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