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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2013
Visiting Gilman pounded out nine hits Wednesday night at Calvert Hall, but it was the Greyhounds' pitching that carried them in the second round of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoffs. Joe Smeton pitched 5 2/3 innings of four-hit ball to lead visiting and second-ranked Gilman to a 3-2 win over the No. 1 Cardinals. The victory advances the Greyhounds to Sunday's conference final at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. Calvert Hall will host Archbishop Curley today in the double-elimination tournament.
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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2013
Visiting Gilman pounded out nine hits Wednesday night at Calvert Hall, but it was the Greyhounds' pitching that carried them in the second round of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoffs. Joe Smeton pitched 5 2/3 innings of four-hit ball to lead visiting and second-ranked Gilman to a 3-2 win over the No. 1 Cardinals. The victory advances the Greyhounds to Sunday's conference final at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. Calvert Hall will host Archbishop Curley today in the double-elimination tournament.
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June 7, 1991
The 20th Maryland Softball Old-timers Association fast-pitch tournament begins today at the Overlea-Fullerton softball complex. Eight teams, including defending champion Class Walls and pitcher Ty Staflett, will compete in the double-elimination tournament that begins at 6:30 tonight and ends tomorrow at 7:30 with the championship.
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By Steven Kivinski | July 28, 1994
Baseball* 13-14 boys -- The Maryland Orioles became Maryland state champions for the Dizzy Dean League after going 3-0 in last weekend's state tournament at Forest Hills Recreation Complex in Harford County.The Orioles (35-11 overall) are preparing for the Dizzy Dean World Series, which will take place July 30 to Aug. 7 in Woodstock, Ga. The Orioles will represent the state of Maryland in the double-elimination tournament, in which the South Cherokee Recreation Association will be host.The Orioles qualified for the national tournament after winning two games last Saturday and the championship game on Sunday.
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October 1, 1991
Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg will host this year's Maryland Special Olympics Fall Soccer Tournament on Oct. 26.More than 400 athletes and coaches will be participating. Teams will compete in a five-a-side, double-elimination tournament. Individuals will compete in dribbling, passing, throw-in, and shooting.For more information, call 301-931-4100, or 1-800-541-7544.
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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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By Special to The Sun | May 15, 1992
SCRANTON, Pa. -- Johns Hopkins fell behind by three runs in the first inning and eventually lost to Montclair State, 4-2, in the first round of the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional baseball tournament yesterday at Lackawanna County Stadium.The Blue Jays (30-7) scored a run in the second inning when Chris McGlone singled in Scott Cade, who had walked and moved to second when Tim Monahan was hit by a pitch.The Red Hawks (28-12-1) answered with another run in the sixth. Mike Micucci hit a one-hopper to Blue Jays pitcher Jeff Fang, who threw the ball into center field, putting runners on first and third.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff writer | July 31, 1991
The Taneytown Cardinals are set to defend their South Penn Baseball League title after earning the home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a 3-2 win over Thurmont in the regular-season finale Saturday night. Taneytown (27-5) will entertain Mummasburg (Pa.) at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Taneytown Memorial Park in a best-of-three opening-round matchup.Bryan Harman will get the start, and Taneytown manager Steve Bosley will send Ron Sell to the mound for game two, set for 2 p.m. Saturday at Mummasburg.
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By Mark Strausberg and Mark Strausberg,Contributing Writer | June 17, 1994
The success of the national Hoop It Up tournament has spawned a similar tournament that will be played here this weekend. Instead of layups, slams and three-pointers, however, players on more than 100 teams will be making aces, spikes and blocks.The Spike It Up tournament will be conducted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow and Sunday at Goucher College. The amateur volleyball tournament is open to players 11 and older. All winners receive a Spike It Up T-shirt.Players can enter the tournament either as a two-person or four-person team for $50 and $100, respectively.
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By Steven Kivinski | July 28, 1994
Baseball* 13-14 boys -- The Maryland Orioles became Maryland state champions for the Dizzy Dean League after going 3-0 in last weekend's state tournament at Forest Hills Recreation Complex in Harford County.The Orioles (35-11 overall) are preparing for the Dizzy Dean World Series, which will take place July 30 to Aug. 7 in Woodstock, Ga. The Orioles will represent the state of Maryland in the double-elimination tournament, in which the South Cherokee Recreation Association will be host.The Orioles qualified for the national tournament after winning two games last Saturday and the championship game on Sunday.
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By Mark Strausberg and Mark Strausberg,Contributing Writer | June 17, 1994
The success of the national Hoop It Up tournament has spawned a similar tournament that will be played here this weekend. Instead of layups, slams and three-pointers, however, players on more than 100 teams will be making aces, spikes and blocks.The Spike It Up tournament will be conducted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow and Sunday at Goucher College. The amateur volleyball tournament is open to players 11 and older. All winners receive a Spike It Up T-shirt.Players can enter the tournament either as a two-person or four-person team for $50 and $100, respectively.
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By Special to The Sun | May 15, 1992
SCRANTON, Pa. -- Johns Hopkins fell behind by three runs in the first inning and eventually lost to Montclair State, 4-2, in the first round of the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional baseball tournament yesterday at Lackawanna County Stadium.The Blue Jays (30-7) scored a run in the second inning when Chris McGlone singled in Scott Cade, who had walked and moved to second when Tim Monahan was hit by a pitch.The Red Hawks (28-12-1) answered with another run in the sixth. Mike Micucci hit a one-hopper to Blue Jays pitcher Jeff Fang, who threw the ball into center field, putting runners on first and third.
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October 1, 1991
Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg will host this year's Maryland Special Olympics Fall Soccer Tournament on Oct. 26.More than 400 athletes and coaches will be participating. Teams will compete in a five-a-side, double-elimination tournament. Individuals will compete in dribbling, passing, throw-in, and shooting.For more information, call 301-931-4100, or 1-800-541-7544.
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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.
NEWS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff writer | July 31, 1991
The Taneytown Cardinals are set to defend their South Penn Baseball League title after earning the home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a 3-2 win over Thurmont in the regular-season finale Saturday night. Taneytown (27-5) will entertain Mummasburg (Pa.) at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Taneytown Memorial Park in a best-of-three opening-round matchup.Bryan Harman will get the start, and Taneytown manager Steve Bosley will send Ron Sell to the mound for game two, set for 2 p.m. Saturday at Mummasburg.
SPORTS
June 7, 1991
The 20th Maryland Softball Old-timers Association fast-pitch tournament begins today at the Overlea-Fullerton softball complex. Eight teams, including defending champion Class Walls and pitcher Ty Staflett, will compete in the double-elimination tournament that begins at 6:30 tonight and ends tomorrow at 7:30 with the championship.
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By From Staff Reports | May 15, 1992
Unranked and No. 4 seed Archbishop Spalding rallied from a 6-1 deficit and defeated top-ranked Mount St. Joseph, 7-6, in eight innings yesterday in the MSA A Conference baseball tournament.The Cavaliers (12-10), who got hammered by Calvert Hall, 14-2, in the first round of the double-elimination tournament on Wednesday, trailed the top-seeded Gaels 6-1 after two innings, but tied the score at 6-6 in the fifth inning after a two-run double by senior Jeff Paxson.John Hall scored the winning run on Brian Barth's squeeze bunt in the top of the eighth.
NEWS
July 14, 1991
Hundreds of young ballplayers have been playing this week in the annual Harford County youth baseball tournament. The tournament is a double-elimination tournament played at sites throughout the county.The 13-14 competition included 128 youngsters playing at the Jarrettsville Recreation Complex. The 11-12 included 197 players at the Edgewood Recreation Complex. In 9-10, 128 youngsters played at William S. James Elementary School.The tournament began July 6 and is scheduled to end this weekend or early this week depending on the outcome of games today.
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