A year-round runner, Doherty Munro really hit his stride
during the indoor season for Hudson.
As the youngest, Kristoffer Sakurai, making his debut, started raggedly but soon hit his stride
, performing the controlled jumps and rapid batterie with modest insouciance, his acting textured with youthful impulse.
Boone, 36, has hit at least 24 home runs each of the past four seasons, but never seemed to hit his stride
for the Mariners this year.
By the time he finishes up with a scathing overview of Chrysler's Liberty advanced engineering unit, the PNGV program, and the futility of hybrids (illustrated by a simple comparison of Toyota's conventionally powered Echo and the Prius hybrid), he's hit his stride
The owner of Best Mate has hit his stride
early in putting today's Gold Cup into context for Best Mate.
Having got the explicitness of both world war and Christianity out of his system, Beckmann hit his stride
with a single work, The Night, 1918-19.
Azusa Pacific standout running back Ben Buys, who was held to 26 yards in the first half, hit his stride
to finish with a game-high 124 yards on 22 carries for his fifth consecutive game with 100-plus yards rushing.
Tsui and Woo are still hobbled by their ties to '70s tastes; but once To hit his stride
in the mid-'90s, he could easily compete with the sleek look of Japanese and Korean films.
The race was won by Mr Stylish, who really hit his stride
in the autumn last year, when he won three times.
But Kennedy pulled ahead with two runs in the second and was rarely threatened as Kane hit his stride
His first few exchanges were subdued affairs, and while he picked up steam - and the ``Today'' folks tried to encourage him by laughing at some pretty weak material (he referred to himself, Lauer and weatherman Al Roker as ``a bad Pep Boys'') - he didn't hit his stride
until late in the broadcast.
And he hit his stride
at just the right time, when televised boxing was at its peak of popularity.
Penn, however, hit his stride
with ``Bonnie'' and ``Little Big Man'' (1970).
Both Lancaster head coach Ray DeShane and defensive coordinator Bill Wilson feel Flax will fully hit his stride
once the senior takes his act to a Division I-A college football campus.