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By PAT O'MALLEY | December 12, 1990
Before we dive headfirst into this week's pool of "Q's & A's" let me remind county student-athletes about something very important.You may want to start gathering information for your All-County Academic Athletic Team ballot, which will start running on these pages in January.The Anne Arundel County Sun once again will be searching for the county's best student-athletes.All county high school students will be eligible to apply for what will be the ninth annual Anne Arundel County Sun All-County Academic Athletic Team.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | July 11, 2003
Baseball is not a major sport in Greece, which explains - at least in part - why the Greek national baseball team held a series of important workouts at Camden Yards last weekend. America's national pastime is largely a foreign concept in the country that will be host to the 2004 Olympic Games, so the Hellenic Amateur Baseball Association looked to the United States for help in forming a competitive team to represent Greece in the Summer Games and in the international play leading up to the XXVIII Olympiad.
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NEWS
August 14, 1992
The Kazmarek Little Orioles were eliminated from the Continental Amateur Baseball Association 14-and-under World Series yesterday after a 5-2 loss to Puerto Rico in Dublin, Ohio.The Little Orioles (73-9) split their 10 games to finish in seventh place.
NEWS
August 14, 1992
The Kazmarek Little Orioles were eliminated from the Continental Amateur Baseball Association 14-and-under World Series yesterday after a 5-2 loss to Puerto Rico in Dublin, Ohio.The Little Orioles (73-9) split their 10 games to finish in seventh place.
NEWS
By PAT O'MALLEY | November 30, 1990
It may be near December, but it's always baseball season, sports fans.No, the boys of summer aren't out there taking "BP" but rather it's that time of year when the fires of the Hot Stove League are being stoked.Let's hope the county's amateur baseball fire, which is flaming brighter than ever thanks to the new Joe Cannon Baseball Stadium, is not going to be snuffed out by the bureaucracy.Let me explain.I'm getting bad vibes that we can almost forget Lew Holmes' idea of bringing a Continental Amateur Baseball Association 18 and Under World Series to the county and its spanking new stadium in Harmons.
SPORTS
By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | July 11, 2003
Baseball is not a major sport in Greece, which explains - at least in part - why the Greek national baseball team held a series of important workouts at Camden Yards last weekend. America's national pastime is largely a foreign concept in the country that will be host to the 2004 Olympic Games, so the Hellenic Amateur Baseball Association looked to the United States for help in forming a competitive team to represent Greece in the Summer Games and in the international play leading up to the XXVIII Olympiad.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | July 20, 1992
Get ready for the big invasion, baseball fans. Some 14 teams from all over the nation are expected to arrive in the Land of Pleasant Living on Sunday to join two of our local teams in seeking a national sandlot baseball crown.We've got the busy schedule and thought we would share it with you today.A week from today, the Continental Amateur Baseball Association (CABA) 18-and-Under World Series gets under way at 9 a.m., with five games at five sites, including the main base, Joe Cannon Stadium in Harmans.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | August 16, 1991
More and more people are asking why the county Recreation and Parks Department doesn't get more involved in promoting youth sports on a larger scale.The bottom line is that the Rec and Parks Department under Director Joe McCann does not promote anything bigger than the community-level programs. That doesn't please everyone, especially those in baseball and softball who are involved in national organizations.It just might be time for a change in leadership.The people who work under McCann and run the various athletic programs do just the bare minimum with coaches associations doing most of the work.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | April 10, 1991
Only someone like Lew Holmes would take on something as big as the Continental Amateur Baseball Association (CABA) World Series. And that's precisely what Big Lew is doing, all the while hoping that he willget some help from the community.Holmes, who is regional director for the CABA, in addition to his other local volunteer baseball duties, has signed a contract for Anne Arundel County to play host to the 18-and-under CABA World Series July 21-31.It's quite an undertaking, a $25,000 undertaking, with 16 teams participating.
NEWS
July 26, 1991
Yesterday's Continental Amateur Baseball Association 18-and-under World Series games were postponed due to wet playing fields. They were rescheduled for today at the same times.The games scheduled at Arundel High have been moved to North County High. All other locations remain the same.Despite undesirable weather conditions, coordinator Lew Holmes says he is pleased with the 16-team tournament. He especially favors CABA's round-robin play, rather than the traditional double-eliminationformat.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | July 20, 1992
Get ready for the big invasion, baseball fans. Some 14 teams from all over the nation are expected to arrive in the Land of Pleasant Living on Sunday to join two of our local teams in seeking a national sandlot baseball crown.We've got the busy schedule and thought we would share it with you today.A week from today, the Continental Amateur Baseball Association (CABA) 18-and-Under World Series gets under way at 9 a.m., with five games at five sites, including the main base, Joe Cannon Stadium in Harmans.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | August 16, 1991
More and more people are asking why the county Recreation and Parks Department doesn't get more involved in promoting youth sports on a larger scale.The bottom line is that the Rec and Parks Department under Director Joe McCann does not promote anything bigger than the community-level programs. That doesn't please everyone, especially those in baseball and softball who are involved in national organizations.It just might be time for a change in leadership.The people who work under McCann and run the various athletic programs do just the bare minimum with coaches associations doing most of the work.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | April 10, 1991
Only someone like Lew Holmes would take on something as big as the Continental Amateur Baseball Association (CABA) World Series. And that's precisely what Big Lew is doing, all the while hoping that he willget some help from the community.Holmes, who is regional director for the CABA, in addition to his other local volunteer baseball duties, has signed a contract for Anne Arundel County to play host to the 18-and-under CABA World Series July 21-31.It's quite an undertaking, a $25,000 undertaking, with 16 teams participating.
NEWS
By PAT O'MALLEY | December 12, 1990
Before we dive headfirst into this week's pool of "Q's & A's" let me remind county student-athletes about something very important.You may want to start gathering information for your All-County Academic Athletic Team ballot, which will start running on these pages in January.The Anne Arundel County Sun once again will be searching for the county's best student-athletes.All county high school students will be eligible to apply for what will be the ninth annual Anne Arundel County Sun All-County Academic Athletic Team.
NEWS
By PAT O'MALLEY | November 30, 1990
It may be near December, but it's always baseball season, sports fans.No, the boys of summer aren't out there taking "BP" but rather it's that time of year when the fires of the Hot Stove League are being stoked.Let's hope the county's amateur baseball fire, which is flaming brighter than ever thanks to the new Joe Cannon Baseball Stadium, is not going to be snuffed out by the bureaucracy.Let me explain.I'm getting bad vibes that we can almost forget Lew Holmes' idea of bringing a Continental Amateur Baseball Association 18 and Under World Series to the county and its spanking new stadium in Harmons.
NEWS
January 4, 1991
Arundel High School baseball coach and athletic director Bernie Walter has been selected to receive the 1991 Easton Sports Master Coach of the Year award for his contributions and accomplishments as a baseball coach.Last year, Walter led his Wildcats to a 17-5 record before coaching a Mayo American Legion Post 226 team (71-7) that captured a national title while he was in Havana, Cuba, coaching the USA Junior team in the World Tournament.At the World Tournament, the Walter-coached U.S. contingent finished with an 14-3 record, which was good enough for a third-place finish.
SPORTS
August 14, 1991
Defending champion Johnny's Used Cars took a 2-0 record into its game against New Orleans today in the All-America Amateur Baseball Association tournament in Johnstown, Pa.The Baltimore sandlot power edged Youngstown of Ohio, 6-5, behind the pitching of Wayne Gomes in its opening game Monday, then clobbered Brooklyn Youth Services yesterday, 20-2.Bill Muhlenfeld was credited with the victorty over Brooklyn, scattering four hits. Robert Schmitt drove in six runs with two triples and a double, Mark Foster went 2-for-4 with four RBIs and Tom Taylor was 3-for-5 with two RBIs.
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