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By Special to The Sun | June 22, 1991
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Tristan Paul went 3-for-4 with three RBI to lead California to a 7-4 win over Team Maryland yesterday at the Sun Belt Classic in Stillwater, Okla.Today at 4 p.m., Maryland will play Ohio, whom it beat, 18-12, on Thursday.Team Maryland led 2-0 at the end of the first inning when Craig Everett (Northeast) scored on an error and Kenny Konopacki drove in Kenny Batten with a single.California narrowed the lead to 2-1 in the second inning on Mike Seal's home run, then took a 5-2 lead with a four-run third, highlighted by Paul's two-run single.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | April 22, 1994
Twenty-three days had passed since Anne Arundel Community College's baseball team lost a one-run game to Catonsville that still gnawed at coach Clayton Jacobson.If his players were trying to make it up to him yesterday, they did a miserable job.The Pioneers committed six errors, blew a five-run lead and lost, 8-7, to the host Cardinals (13-8), who scored twice in the last inning to overcome their own sloppiness.The game featured 10 pitchers and 11 errors. Five players were thrown out at home plate, including Catonsville's Joe Goldberg for the second out of the ninth inning.
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By Tara Finnegan | June 21, 1991
Team Maryland continued to bat 1.000 in the Sun Belt Classic as it defeated Ohio, 18-12, yesterday in Stillwater, Okla."We're in first place and we're absolutely the surprise of the tournament," said Roger Wrenn, one of the team's coaches. "In no one's wildest dreams did people think we'd be undefeated."All-Metro player Keith Kormanik of Gilman was 3-for-5 with five RBI and two stolen bases. Craig Everett, of Northeast (AA) was 2-for-4 with four RBI. Todd Murphy of High Point was the winning pitcher.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | July 26, 1991
Zero-N-three?A team comprised of several members of Northeast's Class 2A and Arundel's Class 4A state champion teams, as well as a couple from Mayo Post 226's American Legion national champion squad -- 0-3?.The Anne Arundel All-Stars, with a 37-man roster of players from legion teams Severn Post 276, Severna Park Post 175 and Annapolis Post 7 -- 0-3?After that miserable start, the All-Stars have put together a three-game winning streak to even their record in the Continental Amateur Baseball Association's 18-and-under World Series.
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By Mike Frainie | May 31, 1991
Northeast High School will be represented by three of its baseball players and its head coach at the 10th annual Crown All-Star Game, to be played at Memorial Stadium on June 30 following the Orioles and Boston Red Sox game.The teams, divided into North and South using the Baltimore City-Anne Arundel County line as a boundary, were selected from 150 players who tried out."I'm sure we didn't make everybody happy," said Mount St. Joseph coach Dave Norton, a member of the selection committee.
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June 5, 1991
FIRST TEAMPos. Player..... ..... School..... ..... YearRHP Jerry Fischer..... Southern-Balto... Sr.LHP Kevin Loewe....... Perry Hall....... Sr.C Ken Konopacki....... Calvert Hall..... Sr.IF Scott Young........ Arundel.... ..... Sr.IF Brett Kintz ....... Towson..... ..... Sr.IF Jeff Cyran..... ... Hammond.... ..... Sr.IF Eric Scott..... ... Old Mill... ..... Sr.Craig Everett...... Northeast.. ..... Sr.OF Keith Kormanik..... Gilman..... ..... Sr.OF Ken Batten..... ... C. Milton Wright. Sr.Bryan Bowen.
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December 5, 1990
Head coach: John Barbour (12th season)Assistants: Brandt Schanberger and Pete Pasqualini1989-1990 record: 17-7, 3A/2A/1A co-champions with Southern, lost to Central in region finals.Returnees: Seniors Steve Strauss (forward), Kevin Mursch (center), Craig Everett (guard-forward), Allen Tetrault (forward) and Zack Herold (center-forward); junior Gene Pleyo (guard).Newcomers: Juniors Scott Rey (guard), Matt Conaway (guard), Chad Sanschagrin (center), Andy Becker (forward), Tyler Clymer (guard)
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | April 22, 1994
Twenty-three days had passed since Anne Arundel Community College's baseball team lost a one-run game to Catonsville that still gnawed at coach Clayton Jacobson.If his players were trying to make it up to him yesterday, they did a miserable job.The Pioneers committed six errors, blew a five-run lead and lost, 8-7, to the host Cardinals (13-8), who scored twice in the last inning to overcome their own sloppiness.The game featured 10 pitchers and 11 errors. Five players were thrown out at home plate, including Catonsville's Joe Goldberg for the second out of the ninth inning.
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By Staff report | April 21, 1991
Friday night was the first ever-high school baseball game at Joe Cannon Stadium, and nothing was settled. The game was suspended after 121/2 innings with Old Mill leading, 6-5, over third-ranked Northeast (11-0).Umpire Warren Williams said after the game, however, that Northeast may have to forfeit the game because Coach Harry Lentz refused to have his team bat in the bottom of the 13th inning. The reasonfor Lentz' action was not immediately known.A ruling is expected soon from the county physical education department.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | July 26, 1991
Zero-N-three?A team comprised of several members of Northeast's Class 2A and Arundel's Class 4A state champion teams, as well as a couple from Mayo Post 226's American Legion national champion squad -- 0-3?.The Anne Arundel All-Stars, with a 37-man roster of players from legion teams Severn Post 276, Severna Park Post 175 and Annapolis Post 7 -- 0-3?After that miserable start, the All-Stars have put together a three-game winning streak to even their record in the Continental Amateur Baseball Association's 18-and-under World Series.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | July 22, 1991
Eighteen county players were chosen to the 36-man roster for the North squad in yesterday's inaugural American Legion Southern Region Maryland All-Star game at Joe Cannon Stadium.With so many talented players to chose from -- including those from legion national championMayo Post and the public school state champion squads of Arundel andNortheast High schools -- the North coaches had the unenviable task of trying to find playing time for each player.But while the North's notables fought for playing time, the one player from a county school on the South squad played a key role in his team's 6-4 win.Pat Calabrese, who will be a senior at Archbishop Spalding this fall, nailed a first-inning RBI double to the gap in left-center field to stake his squad to a 4-0 lead it never relinquished.
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By Pat O'Malley | July 3, 1991
This week's batch of questions without answers starts with a highly commendable decision made by North County's head football coach ChuckMarkiewicz.Isn't it great that Markiewicz, the man who brought the run-and-shoot offense to the county three years ago, stepped in toreverse what was a petty protest in the summer passing league that he started this year?Markiewicz, who organized the touch football league and affiliated it with the Mid-Atlantic Summer Passing League, recommended to Commissioner Bob Neville that Old Mill be given back its 18-12 win over Glen Burnie and moved into the summer playoffs.
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By Special to The Sun | June 22, 1991
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Tristan Paul went 3-for-4 with three RBI to lead California to a 7-4 win over Team Maryland yesterday at the Sun Belt Classic in Stillwater, Okla.Today at 4 p.m., Maryland will play Ohio, whom it beat, 18-12, on Thursday.Team Maryland led 2-0 at the end of the first inning when Craig Everett (Northeast) scored on an error and Kenny Konopacki drove in Kenny Batten with a single.California narrowed the lead to 2-1 in the second inning on Mike Seal's home run, then took a 5-2 lead with a four-run third, highlighted by Paul's two-run single.
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By Tara Finnegan | June 21, 1991
Team Maryland continued to bat 1.000 in the Sun Belt Classic as it defeated Ohio, 18-12, yesterday in Stillwater, Okla."We're in first place and we're absolutely the surprise of the tournament," said Roger Wrenn, one of the team's coaches. "In no one's wildest dreams did people think we'd be undefeated."All-Metro player Keith Kormanik of Gilman was 3-for-5 with five RBI and two stolen bases. Craig Everett, of Northeast (AA) was 2-for-4 with four RBI. Todd Murphy of High Point was the winning pitcher.
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By Pat O'Malley | June 14, 1991
Teams from Korea and Puerto Rico have committed to the Continental Amateur Baseball Association 18-and-under World Series in Harmans July21-29, but the county business community's commitment worries tournament director Lew Holmes."
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June 5, 1991
FIRST TEAMPos. Player..... ..... School..... ..... YearRHP Jerry Fischer..... Southern-Balto... Sr.LHP Kevin Loewe....... Perry Hall....... Sr.C Ken Konopacki....... Calvert Hall..... Sr.IF Scott Young........ Arundel.... ..... Sr.IF Brett Kintz ....... Towson..... ..... Sr.IF Jeff Cyran..... ... Hammond.... ..... Sr.IF Eric Scott..... ... Old Mill... ..... Sr.Craig Everett...... Northeast.. ..... Sr.OF Keith Kormanik..... Gilman..... ..... Sr.OF Ken Batten..... ... C. Milton Wright. Sr.Bryan Bowen.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | May 28, 1991
The first time the Hammond baseball team met Northeast back on April2, it watched the Eagles overcome leads of 3-1 and 4-3, for a 15-4 victory.The loss was the first for the Bears' ace hurler Joe Nestor.So the senior left-hander hoped for different results in his rematch Saturday in the Class 2A state championship game at McCurdy Field.But the Bears went the way of each of the Eagles' previous 23 victims as Northeast rebounded from a 2-0 deficit for a 15-3 shellacking of the Howard County champions.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | May 21, 1991
If Don Shump hadn't ducked his head, that last pitch might have taken it off.Shump was facing Frederick Douglass right hander Greg Merlo, the only guy standing between him and the county RBI record.With one out, runners on second and third and facing a 3-1 count in the second inning, the 210-pound Northeast third baseman was just one away from breaking the county's single-season RBI record of 39.Then came the heat, right down the middle. And Shump got every ounce of his body behind a three-run shot that raised his RBI total to 41."
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By Mike Frainie | May 31, 1991
Northeast High School will be represented by three of its baseball players and its head coach at the 10th annual Crown All-Star Game, to be played at Memorial Stadium on June 30 following the Orioles and Boston Red Sox game.The teams, divided into North and South using the Baltimore City-Anne Arundel County line as a boundary, were selected from 150 players who tried out."I'm sure we didn't make everybody happy," said Mount St. Joseph coach Dave Norton, a member of the selection committee.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | May 28, 1991
The first time the Hammond baseball team met Northeast back on April2, it watched the Eagles overcome leads of 3-1 and 4-3, for a 15-4 victory.The loss was the first for the Bears' ace hurler Joe Nestor.So the senior left-hander hoped for different results in his rematch Saturday in the Class 2A state championship game at McCurdy Field.But the Bears went the way of each of the Eagles' previous 23 victims as Northeast rebounded from a 2-0 deficit for a 15-3 shellacking of the Howard County champions.
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