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by JACK HILL III | April 7, 2003
The Hagerstown Community College Hawks were hurt by big innings from the Monroe (N.Y.) Tribunes in both games of their softball doubleheader. The Hawks were swept 4-1 and 9-4 on Friday afternoon. "We gave them a couple of extra outs and a couple of extra pitches a few times and that came back to bite us," HCC coach Brian Beck said. "We're getting better each game. It is a long season, so we have a lot of games to play. ... Both teams are very similar teams. I thought we played very well today.
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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 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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April 5, 2001
All in good time for Suns By BOB PARASILITI bobp@herald-mail.com 2001 Suns season opener Hagerstown Suns Boof Bonser (1-4, 6.00 last season) at Hickory Crawdads Sean Burnett (2-1, 4.06) Time : 6:30 Radio : WHAG 1410 The time has come for the Hagerstown Suns to take a step on the wild side and do some things they have never done before. Today is the day the Suns go places they have never gone before for a period of time that is way past what used to be their curfew.
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By MARK KELLER / Sports Editor | March 24, 2000
BOONSBORO - Williamsport baseball coach Rod Steiner and Boonsboro coach Fred Kreiger were on the same wavelength. In their season opener Thursday, both coaches had an almost identical gameplan: Get the opposing pitcher up in the pitch count and hit him when he's tired. cont. from sports page The plan worked for both, but to differing degrees. Brad Anders threw 125 pitches for Williamsport, but worked his way out of several jams as the Wildcats took a 3-1 Monocacy Valley Athletic League win from the Warriors.
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