Saturday, May 5, 2012
BALTIMORE — Hagerstown Community College defeated Chesapeake 7-4 in the Hawks’ first game of the NJCAA Region XX Final Four double-elimination tournament Saturday.
HCC scored three runs in the top of the inning to take a 3-2 lead and then scored four in the ninth to break a 3-3 tie.
Carly Mowen had two doubles and four RBIs for the Hawks, while Candace Horchner had three hits and an RBI and winning pitcher Megan Peomroy had two hits, including an RBI double, in the victory.
HCC will play at least two more games Sunday, beginning with a game against Catonsville at 11 a.m.
HCC 003 000 004 — 7 11 4
Chesapeake 200 010 001 — 4 9 0
Peomroy and Mowen. Riley, Labille (8) and McCoy. WP — Peomroy (14-10). LP — Labille.
HCC 9, Chesapeake 4
KEYSER, W.Va. — Hagerstown Community College’s season came to an end as the Hawks lost to Chesapeake in the first round of the NJCAA Region XX tournament.
Josh Knupp had three hits and two RBIs for HCC (27-26), while Dylan Dunn had two hits and an RBI and Danny Morris had two hits.
HCC 000 010 102 — 4 11 0
Chesapeake 024 021 00x — 9 12 1
Chrzanowski, Ianaro (5), Eyler (6) and Torres. Nichols, Gillis (9) and Burch. WP — Nichols. LP — Chrzanowski (7-6).
Weber leads HCC
CUMBERLAND, Md. — Williamsport graduate Zach Weber shot a 75 to lead Hagerstown Community College in the first day of the NJCAA Division II Region XX Golf Championships at Rocky Gap Lodge & Resort.
HCC shot 323 in the first day, five shots behind Potomac State.
Dave Daubach and Jason Long each shot 82 and former Smithsburg golfer Matt Snowden had an 83.
Potomac State’s Chris Bushey, also a Smithsburg graduate, shot 82.
At stake is a team berth and five individual berths to the national finals May 17-20 at Goose Pond Colony Resort in Scottsboro, Ala.
COLLEGE TRACK & FIELD
Jerwick 5th at league meet
WORCESTER, Mass. — Lehigh University freshman Jonelle Jerwick, a 2011 Smithsburg graduate, placed fifth in the women’s pole vault at the Patriot League Championships at 11 feet, 7 3/4 inches.
Forsythe earns all-MAC honors
ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. — Delaware Valley College’s Tracey Forsythe, a Williamsport graduate, placed second in the women’s 3,000-meter steeplechase in 12:22.15 at the Middle Atlantic Conference Championships, earning first-team all-MAC honors.
PREP TRACK & FIELD
South girls win 4x100 relay
SYKESVILLE, Md. — South Hagerstown’s Elizsha Streeter, Paige Flemings, Whitney Jarrett and Hayley Freeman won the girls 4x100-meter relay in 49.59 seconds Saturday at the MVAL Piedmont championships.
The majority of the meet was held Thursday before it was suspended due to weather.
Also Saturday, North Hagerstown’s Raven Jackson placed third in the girls triple jump (34-9 1/2).
Swope paces Goretti
MERCERSBURG, Pa. — St. Maria Goretti’s Mitch Swope won the boys 1,600-meter run in 4:51.5 and teamed with Kevin Proctor, Tyler Caruso and Patrick Jones to win the 4x800 relay in 9:57.3 at the Independent Parochial School League Championships.
Catoctin 5, Boonsboro 3
BOONSBORO — Catoctin score two unearned runs with two outs in the fifth to take a 4-2 lead and record an MVAL Antietam win over Boonsboro.
Warriors starter Riley Stephenson struck out five in six innings, but fell victim to the unearned runs to take the loss.
Scott Bennett, who hit a two-run homer in the fourth to tie the game at 2-all, led Boonsboro with two hits.
The Warriors (9-10, 7-7) scored on a balk and had the tying run at the plate in the seventh inning but couldn’t rally.
Catoctin 200 021 0 — 5 8 1
Boonsboro 000 200 1 — 3 4 2
Kennedy and Johnson. Stephenson, Hardy and Gregory. WP—Kennedy. LP—Stephenson. HR—B: Bennett (4th, one on).
Mercersburg splits DH
MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Mercersburg Academy catcher Pat Lien continued his hot hitting, going 6-for-7 in the Blue Storm’s doubleheader split with Linsly School.
Lien went 4-for-4 with an RBI in the first game, a 5-4 loss. Mike Collins went the distance for Mercersburg, allowing three earned runs on seven hits while striking out eight.
In the second game, Trustin Riley scored the winning run from second base on an error with two outs in the bottom of the seventh as the Blue Storm won 4-3.
Lien had two hits and two RBIs, John Olszewski added two hits and Lorenzo Vazquez hit a solo homer for Mercersburg (19-4).
Linsly 000 202 1 — 5 7 0
Mercersburg 001 002 1 — 4 8 3
Sett and Tennant. Collins and Lien. WP — Sett. LP — Collins (5-1).
Linsly 000 011 1 — 3 7 1
Mercersburg 002 001 1 — 4 7 1
Brinsley and Tennant. Molner, MacMahon and Lien. WP — MacMahon (2-0). LP — Brinsley. HR — L: Gibson (6th, none on). MA: Vazquez (6th, none on).
Musselman 13, Petersburg 1
PETERSBURG, W.Va. — Chris Schleuss had three hits and Maverick Keller had two hits and three RBIs to lead Musselman to the five-inning victory.
Darrin Zombro, Thomas Presley and Tyler Gross each had two RBIs for the Applemen (22-9).
Berkeley Springs 11, Paw Paw 0
PAW PAW, W.Va. — Zach Wise went 4-for-4 with five RBIs, two stolen bases and four runs scored as Berkeley Springs closed out its regular season with a five-inning victory over Paw Paw.
Tyler Holt pitched four shutout innings without allowing a hit for the Indians (14-13), and he had three hits, including two doubles, and three RBIs. Kyle Appel had a triple and RBI single in the victory.
Berk. Springs 220 25 — 11 13 2
Paw Paw 000 00 — 0 1 5
Holt, Spielman (5) and Hessler. Delawder and Weese. WP — Holt. LP — Delawder.
Southern Fulton 19-6, Hancock 0-1
HANCOCK — Southern Fulton swept Hancock in a doubleheader.
Kelsey White pitched a two-hit, five-inning shutout in the first game for the Indians (9-6), who erupted for 17 hits in the opener. Kim Russell had three hits and three RBIs, Taylor Morton had three hits and two RBIs, Jordan Deneen had three hits, Allison Spade had two hits and five RBIs and Chelsey Sipes had two hits and two RBIs.
Callie Horton had two hits and winning pitcher Marley Elbin had two RBIs for Southern Fulton in the second game, while Haley Demory had an RBI for Hancock (7-8).
So. Fulton 080 1(10) — 19 17 0
Hancock 000 00 — 0 2 6
White and Deneen. Harvey and Martin. WP — White (1-0). LP — Harvey.
So. Fulton 210 012 0 — 6 9 1
Hancock 000 100 0 — 1 5 2
Elbin and Deneen. Demory and Martin. WP — Elbin (8-6). LP — Demory.
Manchester Valley 11, Boonsboro 10
BOONSBORO — Caleb Jardeleza had two goals and an assist for Boonsboro on Friday in a sudden-death overtime loss to Manchester Valley that was continued from Thursday.
Fred Funke and Kyle Briggs had two goals each and Caleb Grove, Reiker Bowles, Rex Legore and Justin Jardeleza rounded out the scoring for the Warriors (3-9).
Alex Pizarro had 19 saves.
Saint James 5, Georgetown Prep 2
at ST. JAMES
Singles — 1. Sara Worth Hodges (SJ) d. Jackie Borman, 10-1; 2. Rose Chiumento (SJ) d. Bridgette Cullen, 10-6; 3. Clare Faffney (GP) d. Sara De Witt, 10-2; 4. Candace Yang (SJ) d. Heather Wadyka, 10-2.
Doubles — 1. Cordell/Cide (GP) d. Faridi/Siddiqui (SJ) 10-8; 2. Hammer/Thomas (SJ) fft.; 3. Beckett/McKelvey (SJ) fft.
Record: Saint James 8-1.
Hill School 4, Mercersburg 3
at POTTSTOWN, Pa.
Singles — 1. Jack Liu (H) d. Pearce Bloom, 6-1, 6-3; 2. Matt Windsor (H) d. Albert Lam, 6-2, 6-0; 3. Julius Everke (M) d. Sang Ha Jung, 6-2, 6-7 (4-7), MT (10-2); 4. Gun Ho Ro (M) d. John Moran, 6-2, 7-6 (7-3); 5. James Wright (H) d. Jason Lee, 6-2, 6-4; 6. Jason Cui (M) d. Marcus Sass, 6-3, 6-2.
Doubles — 1. Jack Liu/Matt Windsor (H) d. Pearce Bloom/Gun Ho Ro, 8-0; 2. John Moran/James Wright (H) d. Julius Everke/Albert Lam, 9-8 (8-6); 3. Jason Cui/Jason Lee (M) d. Spencer Isen/Ignacio Albacor, 8-6.
Record: Mercersburg 4-8.
Williamsport 7, North Hagerstown 6
North: Austin Stone, Stephen Ashby 3-run HR each.
Williamsport 6, North Hagerstown 1
Williamsport: Sinjin Shoop, Blake Harne combined 1-hitter; Geraghty Showe 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Hunter Maloy 2 RBIs.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS SOCCER
Grace 4, Heritage 2
Grace (7-2, 5-2): Miranda Binkley goal, 2 assists; Ruthie Buser goal, assist; Mary Hykes, Hannah Brown goal each; Hannah Colvin assist.
Heritage: Brooke Gaylor, Amy Gaylor goal each.
Grace 1, CVCS 0 (Thursday)
Grace: Mary Hykes goal; Miranda Binkley assist.
Beaver Creek falls short
Beaver Creek Country Club fell short in its quest for a second Maryland State Golf Association A Team Match Play championship on Saturday, losing to Rolling Road Golf Club 10-8.
Beaver Creek held a 5-4 advantage at home as the team of Bernie Deane and Justin Neikirk won 3-0, the team of Chuck Thatcher and Tim Doreen halved with 1.5 points and Greg Henry and Randy Barnes salvaged a half-point.
At Rolling Road, Dirk Schultz and Ken Lampard won 2.5 points and Chris Taylor and A.J. Edmonston won a half-point as Rolling Road held a 6-3 advantage. Steve Ligi and Finley Benjamin were shut out.
Along the way in the 64-club field, Beaver Creek defeated Fountain Head, Cumberland, Holly Hills, Congressional and University of Maryland to reach the finals. Beaver Creek won the title in 2010.
Also, Saturday was the first round of the Team Match Play in the women’s division.
Beaver Creek fell to Towson Golf & Country Club, 9-3.
Dixie McNaney and Mary Beth Lesher won 1.5 points and Quay Scott and Judy Rudy won .5 at Beaver Creek, while Ginny White and Cindy Crowl won 1 point at Towson.
Clear Spring Little League
Myers Building 7, K&E Construction 2
Myers: Chase Reed 2 hits, 14 Ks; Brennan Yeakle 2 hits.
K&E: Andrew Pottoroff 2 hits.
Bragunier Masonry 13, Wellers Service & Lube 11
Bragunier: Zach Greenlee 3 hits.
Wellers: A.J. Yost 3 hits, 2 HRs; Corey Sensenbaugh, Ryan Weaver 2 hits each.
Clear Spring Minor League
Not A Pawn Padres 15, Jason Hose Realty Yankees 6
Padres: Cody Uchima 3 hits; Dylan Taylor, Jared Harper, Brandon McMullen 2 hits. McMullen 8 Ks.
Yankees: Alexa Nixon HR.
Conococheague Little League
Tony’s Pizza 8, Lions 4
Tony’s: Skylar Whittington 3 hits; Corey Walters, Josh Gerber 2 hits each.
Federal Little League
Alsatia 6, Lions 4
Alsatia: Bryant Shives, Jake Connor 2 hits each.
Lions: Luke O’Dell HR.
Exchange 19, Rotary 9
Exchange: Graham Spitz 4 hits; Kevin Abeles, Andrew Blake, Matt Healey 3 hits each.
Rotary: Ian Selby 2 hits; Christian Wright grand slam.
Federal Minor League
Melisa Conroy Photography 12, Teleplus 7
Melisa: Raeden Kershner, Jack Conroy, Mia Mathias 2 hits each.
Teleplus: Angel Batista, Francis Castillo 2 hits each.
Red Sox 12, H&H 8
Red Sox: Chris King, Zach Schletewitz 3 hits each; Ryan Talbert, Brayden Shives, Carson Casey, Deonte Shrader 2 hits each.
H&H: Dylan Kolb 3 hits; Donnie Dintaman, Jacob Hill, Wes Lyon, Jake Lyon, Dylan Brittingham 2 hits each.
Mid-Atlantic Veterinary 15, JTT 2
Mid-Atlantic: Trae Grove 3 hits; Luke Frazee, Joseph Reid, Sean Wachter, Dylan Parkman 2 hits each.
Hagerstown PONY League
Redmen 5, Goodwill 4
Redmen: Matt Malphurs 6 Ks, 2 hits, HR, 2 RBIs; Matt Shipley 2 hits.
Goodwill: Justin Smith 2 hits; Elijah Stubbs 9 Ks.
Eagles 9, Redmen 5
Eagles: Cody Hammond 2 hits, HR, 2 RBIs; Bryce Ruppenthal 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Jacob Vanorsdale 2-run HR.
Redmen: Jordan Tapley, Cory Woodhams 2 hits each.
Firefighters 6, Susquehanna Bank 5
Firefighters: Trent Rider 2 hits.
Susquehanna: Jordan Wood HR, 2 RBIs; Dalton Haupt 2 hits.
United Bank 9, UAW 4
United: Jordan Davis 7 Ks, 2 hits; Brandon Gooden, Issac Schlotterbeck 2 RBIs each.
Halfway Little League
Carpet Gallery 4, Sharrett 3
Carpet: Mike McCook 3 hits; Camryn Keller 2 hits.
Sharrett: Seth Hartman, Riley Wolfensberger, Garrett Shoemaker 2 hits each.
Valley 14, Gehr 0
Valley: Shane Roberts, Tre Davis, Jaden Brady 2 hits each; Bret Artz 3 hits, 11 Ks.
Hancock Little League
Pirates 7, Yankees 6
Pirates: Brandon Lynch, Josh Golden 5 Ks each; Nathan Smith 2 hits; Cody Childers 2 RBIs.
Yankees: Justice Allen 5 Ks.
Tigers 8, Orioles 2
Tigers: Brady Day, Ethan Souders 2 RBIs each.
Orioles: Mitch Potter 2 RBIs.
Pete’s (South Mountain) 8, SMRG (Valley) 3
Pete’s: Cole Rinehart 3 hits, HR; Logan Saunders 2 hits.
SMRG: Vincent Steiner, Chris Martin 2 hits each.
Hagerstown Suns (Sharpsburg) 6, Sportsland (South Mountain) 3
Suns: Max Crist, Colton Bare 2 hits each.
Sportsland: Jake Humbel 7 Ks.
Thompson’s (South Mountain) 8, Lions Club (Sharpsburg) 5
Lions: T.J. Kalagher 3 hits; Matt Frushour 2 hits.
Maugansville Junior League
RetroVending 22, Spicher’s 13
RetroVending: Tucker Brugh, Mike Shatzer 2 hits each.
Spicher’s: Dylan Alexander 4 hits; C. Davis, D. Hockaday 3 hits each.
Maugansville Little League
Griffith Oil 9, Maugansville Ruritan 0
Griffith: Jacob Sprecher 2 hits; Jacob Carbaugh HR; Justin Akins HR, 15 Ks.
Flora Electric 14, Fairview LLC 7
Flora: T.J. Quelet, Spencer McNamee, Chad Hutzell 3 hits each; Jared Caudell, Koby Durbin, Tyler Richardson 2 hits each.
Fairview: Shane Kovacich 2 hits.
Maugansville Minor League
One Seventeen A/V A’s 4, Krumpe’s Red Sox 2
A’s: Sam Martin, Trevor Jelinek 2 hits each, combined 8 Ks.
Red Sox: Hayden Sweeney 8 Ks.
National Little League
Crampton 10, Funkstown Legion 7
Crampton: Cody Crawford 3 hits; Jacquan Young 2 hits, HR; Dawson Hottinger CG, 7 Ks; Chance Barnhart 2 hits.
Funkstown: Jonathan Powell HR; Rian Flaherty 3 hits; Bradley Summers, Kyle Gilbert 2 hits each.
Aladdin 14, Goodwill 13
Aladdin: Ryan Atwood, Daniel Luna, Christopher Bowles, Elijah Hill 2 hits each.
Goodwill: Nathan Foster 2 hits.
FOP 5, AMVETS 3
FOP: Michael Hawbaker, Leithan Bedregal 2 hits each; Cameron Dorsey 12 Ks.
AMVETS: Drew Robinson 3 hits; Jeffery Crampton, Noah Lightner 2 hits each.
National Minor League
Western Maryland 15, AMVETS 7
Western: Howie Robinson 3 hits, grand slam; Mila Benner 2 hits, HR; Mikey Witmer, Garrett Woods, Azmir Scatiliffe 2 hits each.
AMVETS: Devon King 3 hits; Logan Maners, Trenton Gross, Jared Harvey 2 hits each.
Smithsburg Cal Ripken 9-10
Total Lube 8, Phil & Jerry’s 1
Total Lube: Peter Sirface 2 hits, 4 RBIs; Daniel Walters 6 Ks; Austin High 3 Ks.
Valley Little League
Dorsey 14, Break Away II 5
Dorsey Brothers: Dylan Eyler 3 hits, HR; Brendan Kemp 2 hits, HR; Chase Molony, Bryce Arnold 2 hits each.
Break Away II: Chase Metz 3 hits; Mark Moholt, Gavin Shubert, Cole Reed 2 hits each; Matt Dunn HR.
Ground Envy 7, Collins’ Appliance 2
Ground Envy: Brady Baile 3 hits; Connor Bowers, Brady Martin 2 hits each.
Collins’: Josh Black, Delonte Swayne 2 hits each.
Bowers Insurance 4, BJ’s Custom Designs 2
Bowers: Brian Clapper 8 Ks; John Rinehart 2 hits.
BJ’s: Nate Walker 2 hits.
West End Little League
FOP 21, VFW 4
FOP: wins first half title; Isiah Archie 3 hits; Roahn Bromfield, Bransyn Dillinger, Hunter Ehmer 2 hits each.
VFW: Julius Brown 2 hits.
Halfway Little League
Four Star 18, Jefferson Hurricanes 8
Four Star: Haylee White, Kaitlyn Yost, Trinity Schlotterbeck, Jazmine Yost, Valerie Bran, Sierra Tosten 2 hits each.