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Maiden's Johnson uses camps to improve, help stock

August 5, 2011

Eager for his senior season and the opportunity to play football in college, Maiden quarterback Matt Johnson went to work this summer.

The 6-foot-3-inch signal caller took part in 10 camps all around the state of North Carolina in hopes that a school would notice him.

Crawdads throwback to basics in win

August 5, 2011

After struggling the past two games against Hagerstown, the Hickory Crawdads went back to basics Thursday.

The Crawdads, who sported replica jerseys from the 1939-60 Hickory Rebels, had a throwback night, going back to the tools that led them to a first half championship — hitting, pitching and defense.

Hickory pounded out eight runs on 15 hits on its way to an 8-1 win over Hagerstown in the series finale between the two teams.

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