Georgetown Royals Baseball '08

Hornets escape with miracle win

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Frank Carey has coached 41 years and has won a staggering 640 games, but few were as improbable as this one.

The top-seeded Hornets rallied for a dramatic 10-9 victory over disheartened Georgetown yesterday in the Division 3 North quarterfinals.

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Baseball, 06/03/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Conte's clutch hit give Royals dramatic win

Royals shortstop Michael Ruh lays a tag on a Winthorp baserunner during Friday's state tournament game at Georgetown High. 2 Photos

GEORGETOWN | Anthony Conte called it a dream at-bat.

"It's like when you're 6 or 7-years-old playing wiffle ball with your cousins (saying), 'It's the bottom of the ninth! Bases loaded! Two out!'"

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Baseball, 05/31/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Which Royals team will appear come tourney time

It's tough to say which Georgetown baseball team might show up when the squad opens the Division 3 North Tournament against Winthrop on Friday.

Will it be the Royals team that scored seven or more runs 12 times this year? That would be the same team that scored an average of 15 runs in five straight wins to close the regular season.

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Baseball, 05/29/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Rockport bats go quiet in big loss to Georgetown

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The Rockport baseball team came into yesterday's matchup with Georgetown looking to accomplish two things.

First they were looking to knock off their Cape Ann League rivals. But more importantly, they were looking to clinch a berth in the state tournament.

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Baseball, 05/16/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Georgetown's Holland headed to Polk

Tim Holland picked his college of choice three months ago, committing to Lake City Community College in Lake City, Fla.

The Georgetown senior and returning Daily News baseball player of the year wanted to position himself to get selected in the MLB Draft or get recruited by a top-flight Division 1 program.

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Baseball, 05/13/08 » 1 Comment & 0.0 Stars

Georgetown bests Kneeland, Triton

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Cam Kneeland's torrid start was perhaps the biggest factor in the Triton baseball team's 4-0 record leading into the school's April vacation last week.

But the Vikings senior, who leads all River Rival players in home runs and batting average, wasn't able to prevent his squad from completing April vacation with a three-game losing streak Saturday.

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Baseball, 04/28/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Georgetown is too much for H-W

The Generals had a short-lived 4-3 lead before Georgetown's bats came alive with seven runs in the fourth inning to put the game out of reach and come away with a 17-6 win. John Hession led the H-W offense with two htis and two RBI while Matt Stewart added a single and a sacrifice fly to drive in a pair, Pat Twomey recorded an RBI and Matt Greeke collected three hits.

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Baseball, 04/24/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pure hitter Holland hunting for college home again

Program cuts at Lake City Community College in Northern Florida has left Georgetown ace Tim Holland searching for a new college destination.1 Photo

April, it's the month when high school seniors everywhere are locking up their futures.

Georgetown's Tim Holland stands locked out.

The two-time Eagle-Tribune All-Star, one of the most prolific hitters in area history, Holland had the jump on many of his classmates.

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Baseball, 04/24/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Royal talent comes and goes

Lawrence's Darwin Fabian is off to a 1-1 start on the mound, and Bradford's Andrew Barba starts in the outfield and currently is hitting .278 with five runs and four RBIs in six games.

Fabian's younger brother Danyer is a promising prospect as a sophomore, and Ricky Marte, also of Lawrence, adds depth off the bench.

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Baseball, 04/24/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

McElroy no-hits red-hot Georgetown

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In more than 30 years and 750 career games coaching from the dugout, Newburyport coach Bill Pettingell has seen his pitchers throw only three or four no-hitters in that time span.

Against one of the Cape Ann League's hottest hitting teams yesterday, Kyle McElroy added one more to that total, no-hitting Georgetown in a thrilling win, 10-0.

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Baseball, 04/23/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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