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Douglass to face tough task Mild weather during the first two weeks of practice has been a blessing for county public and private school baseball programs. Some of the private teams got under way last weekend, and public school teams are due to play their first games on March 23. Here a look at some of the teams from the southern portion of the county: Longtime Eagles coach Bill Hay roster was ravaged last season by graduation. Now the Eagles must compete in a tough County 4A league that features two time region champ Bowie and an always strong Eleanor Roosevelt program. The Eagles will have a few solid returning players who should help the team cope with the transition. Senior pitcher Andrew Nurmi will probably be the team ace, with senior Calvin Tropp adding depth to the rotation. Junior first baseman Brandon Colbert returns along with senior Jermaine Byfield. Fresh off of one of the most successful campaigns in program history, the Mustangs have a new look this season. McNamara made history of sorts last season, upsetting No. 2 seed Good Counsel in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference playoffs and nearly beating Paul VI (Va.) in the semifinals. But the Mustangs had to get used to the fact that longtime coach George Mercier decided to retire last fall. Mercier departure made way for assistant Vinnie Piazza to take over. Piazza has a good corps of returning players. Senior captain Phil Vaughn, an All WCAC second team selection last season, will play center field. Sophomore Ryan Harris will be the Mustangs top pitcher. Harris was an All WCAC first team selection last season and was named to The Star All County second team. Junior short stop Mike August returns along with senior catcher Jay Johnson. of the guys are a little raw, Piazza said. think we have to get more into the flow of the game. Mustangs began their season March 11 with a 3 0 victory against Avalon. Thirty is the magic number this spring for Riverdale Baptist. This campaign marks coach Terry Terrill 30th season at the Upper Marlboro private school. Terrill is hoping the Crusaders will return to the 30 win plateau after posting a 23 10 mark in 2005. The Crusaders, already off to a 7 1 start, have 10 players returning with seniors Daniel Washington (1B) and Drew Lydon (SS) and sophomore second basemen Tommy Winegarner heading up the infield. Lydon will play baseball for the Naval Academy next spring while Washington led Riverdale Baptist with six home runs last spring. Seniors Randy Bond and Steve Horlacher will have the pitching chores along with junior Mike Thatcher, a transfer from Spalding in Anne Arundel County. Sophomore Carl Travers and Tyler Maslanick also return for the Crusaders, who will play another daunting schedule this spring, including two games against nationally ranked Calvert Hall from Baltimore County and tournaments in South Carolina and at Hylton (Va.). The Eagles made it two in a row and three out of four in the Potomac Valley Athletic Conference last season, as a senior filled squad won another PVAC championship. Coach Steve Schools said that if the Eagles get it done again this season, the road to the title will take a different course than it has in recent years.