Tag: Kate Collins
Tentatively, all Waynesboro Generals home games from June 24 -28 will be free admission to all fans thanks to the game night sponsors for those nights.
A candlelight vigil for Sandra and Haylee Martin, who were killed when a drunk driver ran a red light in Augusta County on Monday, is scheduled for Sunday at 6 p.m. in the parking lot at Kate Collins Middle School, where Haylee was a sixth-grade student.
WKDW Country Club host Kris Neil has served as the play-by-play broadcaster for the two-time defending Valley League champion Waynesboro Generals the past two summers.
The Community Foundation presented 10 prizes totaling $100,000 during the 21st annual Dawbarn Education Awards ceremony.
Waynesboro Public Schools resume classes this Wednesday morning, August 20. Motorists traveling throughout Waynesboro should expect more congested roads in the morning and afternoon due to school buses and additional school related traffic.
The Waynesboro Generals are repeat Valley League champions for the first time in the team’s 62-year history in the VBL, and Augusta Free Press was on hand to help bring the special night of action at Kate Collins Field to the world.
Waynesboro Generals shortstop Mike Marcinko stepped into the batters box Wednesday night at Kate Collins Field with an almost unreal scenario in front of him. Tie ballgame, runner on third, two outs, bottom of the ninth, championship there for the taking.
A Mike Marcinko walkoff single gives the Waynesboro Generals a dramatic 7-6 come-from-behind win over the Charles Town Cannons in Game 3 of the Valley League championship series, bringing the Jim Lineweaver Cup back to Waynesboro for the second consecutive year, and setting off a wild celebration at Linco Park at Kate Collins Field.
Listen live to the third and deciding game of the 2014 Valley League championship series as the Waynesboro Generals take on the Charles Town Cannons Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Kate Collins Field.
Justin Esquerra had a homer and knocked in five, and Steven Ridings played the role of silencer for Charles Town in an 8-0 Cannons victory in Game 2 of the Valley League championship series.
Fans are invited to Kate Collins Field at 1 p.m. Tuesday to help send the Waynesboro Generals on the road to Charles Town for Game 2 of the Valley League championship series.
Covington had the go-ahead run on first base with nobody out in the ninth, but Waynesboro Generals reliever Will Lowman was able to get out of the two-on, no-out jam, and the Generals advanced to the Valley League championship series with a 4-3 win over the ‘Jacks in front of 825 fans at Kate Collins Field Sunday night.
Charles Cooper pitched a complete-game five-hit shutout, and Covington forced a deciding Game 3 in whitewashing the Waynesboro Generals, 9-0, on Saturday night.
Eugene Vasquez was 3-for-4 with three RBI, and the Waynesboro Generals got just enough pitching to defeat the Aldie Senators, 8-6, in Game 1 of the best-of-three first-round Valley League playoff series at Kate Collins Field Tuesday night.
The Waynesboro Generals have clinched the #2 seed in the 2014 Valley League playoffs and will open the postseason at home at Kate Collins Field on Tuesday.
Griffin Krieg and three relievers combined on a two-hitter, and the Waynesboro Generals pounded out 16 hits against six Braves pitchers, in a dominating 13-1 win over Staunton in front of a season-high 975 fans at Kate Collins Field Saturday night.
Zach Williamsen gave up one earned run in five innings, and Kyle Pitts hit his first homer of the season, pushing the Waynesboro Generals to a 6-2 win over the Covington Lumberjacks Wednesday night at Kate Collins Field, completing a doubleheader sweep.
Jeff Schank gave up three hits in six scoreless innings, and Garrett Russini had a homer and three RBI, lifting the Waynesboro Generals to a 6-0 win over the Covington Lumberjacks in Game 1 of a Valley League doubleheader at Kate Collins Field Wednesday night.
A bases-loaded walk allowed the winning run to score in an 8-7 win for the Waynesboro Generals over the Front Royal Cardinals Tuesday night at Kate Collins Field.
Will Lowman pitched four scoreless innings out of the bullpen, lifting the Waynesboro Generals to a 5-4 win over the Winchester Royals at Kate Collins Field Saturday night.
Kevin Doherty and Marcus Shippey scattered nine Woodstock hits, and Waynesboro got another big night from shortstop Mike Marcinko at the plate, en route to a 3-0 Generals win Friday night at Kate Collins Field.
Waynesboro scored a run in the eighth and had the tying and go-ahead runs in scoring position, but couldn’t get the clutch hit, and then the Generals went down quietly in the ninth in a 4-3 loss at Aldie.
Waynesboro got a solid effort from starting pitcher Caleb Powell to lift the Generals to a 4-1 win over New Market on Sunday night at Kate Collins Field.
Waynesboro pounded out 16 hits, Kevin Krupp hit his first home run of the summer, and the Generals topped Covington, 9-5, Friday night.
Down 1-0 and hitless entering the fourth, the Waynesboro Generals got untracked, scoring runs in each of the last six innings in a 12-1 blowout of the Winchester Royals Monday night.
The Aldie Senators swept a two-game, seven-inning doubleheader from the homestanding Waynesboro Generals Saturday night at Kate Collins Field, taking Game 1 9-2 and winning the nightcap 5-4 in eight innings.
A two-out, two-strike, ninth-inning double by James Vasquez tied the score, and the Staunton Braves broke through with two runs in the top of the 10th en route to an 8-6 win over the Waynesboro Generals at Kate Collins Field Tuesday night.
The Waynesboro Generals, in the thick of another Valley League pennant race, will play host to the Staunton Braves at Kate Collins Field Tuesday night. Adding to the excitement at the ballpark is the annual Waynesboro YMCA Waterslide Night.
Waynesboro scored in each of the first five innings to bolt to a 7-0 lead, and coasted to an 8-2 win over the Charles Town Cannons Sunday night at Kate Collins Field.
A two-out, two-run Eric Kalbfleisch double broke a 1-1 eighth-inning tie, lifting the Harrisonburg Turks to a 3-1 win over the Waynesboro Generals at Kate Collins Field Saturday night.
Waynesboro tied a wild game at Strasburg with a pair of runs in the top of the sixth, but the Express got a run in its half of the sixth on an RBI single by Anthony Payne, added some insurance in the seventh on an RBI double by Jay Lizanich, and defeated the Generals, 9-7, Friday night.
Jeff Schank and two relievers combined on a five-hit shutout, and a Kyle Pitts squeeze play RBI gave Waynesboro the only run it needed in a 1-0 over Valley League-leading Front Royal Tuesday night at Kate Collins Field.
All the scoring in Friday night’s Charles Town-Waynesboro game came in the sixth inning. The Generals scored a run in the top of the sixth on a Steve Pollakov double. The Cannons responded with a fivespot in their half and coasted from there to a 5-1 win.
Winchester didn’t get a hit until the eighth inning, but a three-run rally in the ninth off Waynesboro closer Austin Goss pushed the Royals to a 3-2 win over the Generals Thursday night at Kate Collins Field.
Colin Bennett scored on a two-out eighth-inning error, Austin Goss got his eighth save of the season, and the Waynesboro Generals maintained sole possession of first place in the Valley League with a 4-3 win over Woodstock Wednesday night at Kate Collins Field.
The Waynesboro Generals dropped their second straight home decision on Monday in a 7-3 loss to the Covington Lumberjacks at Kate Collins Field.
Harrisonburg scored the go-ahead run on an eighth-inning Waynesboro error, and held on for a 7-6 win over the Valley League-leading Generals Sunday night at Kate Collins Field.
Caleb Powell gave up two runs in eight innings, and Mike McClellan hit two home runs, and the Waynesboro Generals improved to 10-1 with a 6-2 win over Strasburg Saturday night at Kate Collins Field.
A Rob Bennie RBI single broke a 4-4 eighth-inning tie, and the Waynesboro Generals held on for a 6-4 win over the New Market Rebels Friday night at Kate Collins Field in Waynesboro.
The Waynesboro Generals (1-0) picked up right where they left off in 2013 with a 4-1 win over the New Market Rebels on their opening night of the 2014 Valley Baseball League season.
More than a few Waynesboro Generals baseball fans were mildly upset that the opening ballgame of their team’s second-round 2013 Valley Baseball League playoff series was called by rain only after the team had made an hour-plus bus trip to the field to find out that the home team had somehow neglected to put its tarp down on the field before what turned out to be a brief storm had hit.