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July 3, 2014

Nightengale voted AMAC Baseball Player of the Year

CUMBERLAND —

Bryce Nightengale, who was unbeaten on the mound and hit a team high .438 in leading Allegany to the league championship, was voted the Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference Baseball Player of the Year by the league's head coaches.

 

Nightengale, a senior, is one of six Campers voted to the first team. Runner-up Mountain Ridge had four players, Southern Garrett three, Northern Garrett two and Fort Hill and Keyser one each.

 

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