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Overtime: Kuchar ACC's top rookie

...was named coach of the year for the third straight season. ATHLETICS: Augusta State sports information director Frank Mercogliano will resign effective May 29 to take a similar position at Idaho State University. Mercogliano has been the Augusta...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/05/13/oth_228078.shtml
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You'll always have a place in this heart

...That took great courage. Thanks to the rest of the sports staff. We had some fun, didn't we? Thanks as well to Frank Mercogliano, Clint Bryant, Chris Scheuer, Torye Hurst, Shawn Parks, Glenn Greenspan, Ken Wright, John Starr, Rick Tomberlin...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/25/oth_221253.shtml
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Overtime: Bowden rewarded

...to win prizes. Gametime at the Augusta State PE/Athletic Complex is 7:30 p.m. For more information, call Frank Mercogliano at Augusta State (731-7925). The Augusta Foxies will hold a one-day clinic today from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/12/13/oth_219013.shtml
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Augusta wins; playoffs start

Now is where the fun begins for the Augusta GreenJackets and the Macon Braves. The South Atlantic League playoffs start today, and the GreenJackets and the Braves, who have met each of the past four days, start their best of three first round series at Luther Williams Stadium in Macon at 7 p.m.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/09/01/oth_214009.shtml
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Jackets stop Sand Gnats

It was beach towel and cap giveaway Friday night at Lake Olmstead Stadium, but visiting Savannah provided the freebies, committing four errors and a passed ball in the first three innings, paving the way for an easy 8-0 Augusta victory. The win pushed Augusta to 34-28 on the second half and increased the GreenJackets' lead over Savannah to five games with nine game remaining. The Macon Braves are in second place, but the Jackets only need to prevent Savannah from first place in order to make the playoffs.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/08/23/oth_213436.shtml
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Impressive Macon pitchers overpower Jackets

...For the second time in as many weeks, Augusta State sports information director and GreenJackets official scorer Frank Mercogliano was a relief umpire. Wednesday, he filled in for base ump Mike Hill, who suffered an undisclosed injury.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/08/07/oth_212599.shtml
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Jackets pitchers fire up for second half

...inning, but I was real happy with his outing. The bullpen, they just continue to get the job done." NOTES: Frank Mercogliano lived out a baseball fan's fantasy Sunday evening, but a Jackets loss would surely have made it a nightmare...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/07/21/oth_211679.shtml
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Ah Yat again for Jackets

The Augusta GreenJackets might need to concentrate their scouting in the South Pacific a little more. Paul Ah Yat, the Jackets' 21st-round selection of the 1996 draft out of the University of Hawaii pitched his best game of the season as he and Ryan Halla shutout the visiting Greensboro Bats 2-0 in front of 3,206 fans at Lake Olmstead Stadium on Saturday night. Ah Yat tied his season-high for strike outs with 10 in eight innings of work without striking out a batter. Ah Yat (5-1) threw 103 pitches and only twice had a three-ball count on a batter.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/07/20/oth_211626.shtml
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Grant's big night pays off

Josey's Deon Grant made a lasting impression on just about everyone at Walton Way Stadium on Friday night, especially Laney and any college recruiters. Grant scored on an 81-yard kickoff return and a 54-yard pass, forced three fumbles, recovered two fumbles and had an interception as the Eagles clinched their second consecutive Region 4-AAA championship with a 53-14 victory over the Wildcats. Josey, who will now play all their playoff games up to the state championship at home, have won 24 consecutive games, the longest streak in Georgia.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/11/09/met_200456.shtml
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Josey scores two TDs late, escapes close call by ARC

It was supposed to be an easy game for the T.W. Josey Eagles. Someone just forgot to tell the Richmond Academy Musketeers. Although it took awhile, Josey, Georgia's No. 1 Class AAA team, overcame a slew of mistakes to squeak out an 18-10 victory at White Road Stadium on Friday, thanks to a pair of late touchdowns. James Bonner, a sophomore who rushed for 134 yards in his second high school game, scored a touchdown from the 2-yard line to give Josey its first lead of the game with 5:41 left in the fourth quarter.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/09/14/met_199552.shtml
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