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By Pat O'Malley | June 9, 1995
* Dennis Badham, McDonogh, sr., outfield -- The No. 4 Eagles' cleanup hitter, Badham socked four homers and knocked in a club-leading 30 RBIs. Over the last two seasons, Badham drove in 55 runs as the Eagles' left fielder. His .415 batting clip included seven doubles, four triples and 22 runs scored. Badham, who is headed to Troy State in Alabama, also walked 16 times and stole nine bases as McDonogh (21-5) finished runner-up to Calvert Hall in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | May 9, 1996
Scott Taylor, an Edgewood senior, is threatening the state baseball home run record, but it's a relatively new facet of his game.When he homered last week, it raised his metro area-leading total to eight for the season. At the same time, it gave him a career total of 16, two shy of the state mark held by Randy Butts (North Hagerstown, 1982 to 1984) and Scott Frye (Brunswick, 1990 to 1992). The area record (17) is held by Mike Goldberg (Glenelg, 1993 to 1995).This afternoon, Edgewood (8-12)
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | May 9, 1993
Glenelg's junior-senior prom was Friday night. And Glenelg's baseball team suffered from post-prom fatigue yesterday afternoon, making five errors.But the league-leading Gladiators (9-4, 9-1) squeezed out a 6-5 victory over upstart Hammond anyway.Hammond (7-6, 4-4), one of the league's biggest surprises, rallied for three runs to tie the game 5-5 in the top of the seventh.The rally featured a leadoff home Baseballrun by Matt Cyran, an RBI single by David Brewer and a throwing error by sophomore Glenelg shortstop Mike Goldberg on Jeff Busick's two-out grounder.
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By Pat O'Malley | June 9, 1995
* Dennis Badham, McDonogh, sr., outfield -- The No. 4 Eagles' cleanup hitter, Badham socked four homers and knocked in a club-leading 30 RBIs. Over the last two seasons, Badham drove in 55 runs as the Eagles' left fielder. His .415 batting clip included seven doubles, four triples and 22 runs scored. Badham, who is headed to Troy State in Alabama, also walked 16 times and stole nine bases as McDonogh (21-5) finished runner-up to Calvert Hall in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | May 9, 1995
When his team dropped a 1-0 decision to last-place Mount Hebron a week ago, Glenelg coach Ed Ashwell knew that wasn't the way he wanted to send his fifth-ranked Gladiators into the playoffs.Yesterday against visiting Howard, he found what he was searching for.Glenelg played well in nearly every aspect of the game, sending 13 men to the plate in an eight-run fourth en route to a 9-3 win over the Lions in a Howard County League game.But a solid pitching performance of left-hander Sean Lookingbill was just as important.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | May 9, 1996
Scott Taylor, an Edgewood senior, is threatening the state baseball home run record, but it's a relatively new facet of his game.When he homered last week, it raised his metro area-leading total to eight for the season. At the same time, it gave him a career total of 16, two shy of the state mark held by Randy Butts (North Hagerstown, 1982 to 1984) and Scott Frye (Brunswick, 1990 to 1992). The area record (17) is held by Mike Goldberg (Glenelg, 1993 to 1995).This afternoon, Edgewood (8-12)
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By SALLY BUCKLER | July 22, 1993
It was the midsummer classic in Baltimore last week. Folks flocked to Oriole Park at Camden Yards to see some great ballplayers and to watch the annual All-Star game. Here in western Howard County, we have baseball stars, too.At the top of the list of local heroes is third baseman Brian Boteler, who just finished his junior year at Glenelg High School. Brian won kudos from the local newspapers and he was the outstanding player on the Glenelg High School varsity baseball team, which won the state championship in its 2A Division.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | August 21, 1994
Mike Goldberg is on a baseball fast track.A summer ago, he led one of the area's best 18-and-under teams, Gunther's Little Orioles, in nearly every offensive statistic.This summer, the shortstop put together similar numbers and was a dominant relief pitcher.Goldberg, 16, has two more years of eligibility with the Little Orioles and hopes to play for them next summer unless something better comes along."I'd like to get drafted, but if I did, I'm not certain that I'd sign," he said.Goldberg's summer stats include a .364 batting average (56-for-154)
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March 21, 1995
1 Calvert Hall -- See capsule.2 McDonogh -- See capsule.3 Arundel -- The Wildcats (21-3) of Bernie Walter finished as 4A State runner-up to Perry Hall, but lost ace pitcher Brandon Agamennone, the Anne Arundel Player of the Year. The return of several key position players, led by Casey Trout (SS) and Sean Fairbanks (C), coupled with a young but potentially good pitching staff again makes Arundel a playoff contender.4 North County -- University of Maryland-bound right-hander Mike Wooden, a pro prospect, leads what should be the best team in the 4A Knights' five-year history.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | October 27, 1991
A record-breaking performance by Gerard Hogan led the Glenelg boys cross country team to its first county championship in at least 17 years during competition Thursday at Howard Community College.The victory --ed Oakland Mills' hopes for an eighth straight title. The team finished second, with 62 points, behind Glenelg's 32 points.Alicia Adams of Glenelg, second in the county title race last season, won the girls competition in 20:05.Mount Hebron captured itsfirst girls team title by taking five of the first 13 places.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | May 9, 1995
When his team dropped a 1-0 decision to last-place Mount Hebron a week ago, Glenelg coach Ed Ashwell knew that wasn't the way he wanted to send his fifth-ranked Gladiators into the playoffs.Yesterday against visiting Howard, he found what he was searching for.Glenelg played well in nearly every aspect of the game, sending 13 men to the plate in an eight-run fourth en route to a 9-3 win over the Lions in a Howard County League game.But a solid pitching performance of left-hander Sean Lookingbill was just as important.
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March 21, 1995
1 Calvert Hall -- See capsule.2 McDonogh -- See capsule.3 Arundel -- The Wildcats (21-3) of Bernie Walter finished as 4A State runner-up to Perry Hall, but lost ace pitcher Brandon Agamennone, the Anne Arundel Player of the Year. The return of several key position players, led by Casey Trout (SS) and Sean Fairbanks (C), coupled with a young but potentially good pitching staff again makes Arundel a playoff contender.4 North County -- University of Maryland-bound right-hander Mike Wooden, a pro prospect, leads what should be the best team in the 4A Knights' five-year history.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | August 21, 1994
Mike Goldberg is on a baseball fast track.A summer ago, he led one of the area's best 18-and-under teams, Gunther's Little Orioles, in nearly every offensive statistic.This summer, the shortstop put together similar numbers and was a dominant relief pitcher.Goldberg, 16, has two more years of eligibility with the Little Orioles and hopes to play for them next summer unless something better comes along."I'd like to get drafted, but if I did, I'm not certain that I'd sign," he said.Goldberg's summer stats include a .364 batting average (56-for-154)
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March 18, 1994
1. Calvert Hall -- Aiming for their sixth MSA A Conference title in seven years, the Cardinals are loaded to defend their title. Coach Joe Binder has an outstanding 1-2 pitching punch in senior right-hander Jason Reinhart (8-1, 2.14 ERA) and 6-foot-5 junior left-hander Andy Bair. Called Maryland's best team by Baseball America, the Cardinals' top hitter is junior first baseman Jason Dean (.403, 24 runs, 23 RBIs).2. Old Mill -- After finishing as a region runner-up to eventual state 4A champion Arundel, coach Mel Montgomery's Patriots may have the edge in pitching depth with a trio of senior right-handers in Ken Pumphrey (5-1, second team All-County)
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By SALLY BUCKLER | July 22, 1993
It was the midsummer classic in Baltimore last week. Folks flocked to Oriole Park at Camden Yards to see some great ballplayers and to watch the annual All-Star game. Here in western Howard County, we have baseball stars, too.At the top of the list of local heroes is third baseman Brian Boteler, who just finished his junior year at Glenelg High School. Brian won kudos from the local newspapers and he was the outstanding player on the Glenelg High School varsity baseball team, which won the state championship in its 2A Division.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | May 9, 1993
Glenelg's junior-senior prom was Friday night. And Glenelg's baseball team suffered from post-prom fatigue yesterday afternoon, making five errors.But the league-leading Gladiators (9-4, 9-1) squeezed out a 6-5 victory over upstart Hammond anyway.Hammond (7-6, 4-4), one of the league's biggest surprises, rallied for three runs to tie the game 5-5 in the top of the seventh.The rally featured a leadoff home Baseballrun by Matt Cyran, an RBI single by David Brewer and a throwing error by sophomore Glenelg shortstop Mike Goldberg on Jeff Busick's two-out grounder.
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March 18, 1994
1. Calvert Hall -- Aiming for their sixth MSA A Conference title in seven years, the Cardinals are loaded to defend their title. Coach Joe Binder has an outstanding 1-2 pitching punch in senior right-hander Jason Reinhart (8-1, 2.14 ERA) and 6-foot-5 junior left-hander Andy Bair. Called Maryland's best team by Baseball America, the Cardinals' top hitter is junior first baseman Jason Dean (.403, 24 runs, 23 RBIs).2. Old Mill -- After finishing as a region runner-up to eventual state 4A champion Arundel, coach Mel Montgomery's Patriots may have the edge in pitching depth with a trio of senior right-handers in Ken Pumphrey (5-1, second team All-County)
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff writer | October 27, 1991
A record-breaking performance by Gerard Hogan led the Glenelg boys cross country team to its first county championship in at least 17 years during competition Thursday at Howard Community College.The victory --ed Oakland Mills' hopes for an eighth straight title. The team finished second, with 62 points, behind Glenelg's 32 points.Alicia Adams of Glenelg, second in the county title race last season, won the girls competition in 20:05.Mount Hebron captured itsfirst girls team title by taking five of the first 13 places.
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