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Updated: 05/01/2014 04:06:02PM

Crimson Hawks ground Miners for baseball season

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D.J. King fouls one off against All Saints, which defeated the Miners 5-1 to prematurely end the Fort Meade baseball season.

Fort Meade shortstop D.J. King goes deep in the hole to throw out an All Saints baserunner.

Connor Slay was just one of many Miners who had a little "war paint" on for last week's game against All Saints.

Glavine Harpe was strong for six innings, but a difficult second proved to be too much for the Miners to overcome.

Cody Daniels was a bit late tagging Tyler Hancock on a steal to second late in the game. Hancock later scored the final run of the game.


Minter outfielder Malik Brown is a bit chagrined after misplaying a ball in the outfield in last week's district loss to All Saints Academy.


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The 2014 Miner varsity baseball team watched their season come to a close last week, after they battled a tough Santa Fe Crimson Hawks squad but dropped a 5-1 decision in the opening round of district playoff action.

The Miners had defeated Santa Fe twice in the regular season, and things looked promising as Miner Ace Glavine Harpe took the mound after a 5-1 record with a 2.53 earned run average in his junior campaign.

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