Tuesday's roundup

June 03, 1998


Conococheague Little League

Redmen 14, Taylor Trucking 1: Josh Bower and Aerik Taylor combined on four-hitter and Josh Bowers had three hits, including two home runs, to lead Redmen. Adam Bridendolth and Tyler Beard had two hits each.

West End Little League

Stags 4, VFW 0: David Minor pitched a one-hitter with 17 strikeouts for Stags. Sonny Thomas had VFW's only hit.

Federal Little League

Kiwanis 9, American Legion 6: Leo Watkins had three hits and Seth Maul had two hits to lead Kiwanis. R.J. Thompson, Peter Sanicola and Sean Morrissey had two hits each for American Legion.

Sharpsburg Little League

American Trust 8, SAL 5: Nick Lupo, Derek Christ and Luke Hintze had two hits apiece to lead American Trust. Wesley Collins had a pair of hits for SAL.


National Little League

Funkstown 13, Longmeadow Exxon 4: Darren Sweeney had a pair of triples and three RBIs and D.J. Charnock, Jamie Mullenix and Steve Munson had two hits each to lead Funkstown. Brent Staddon and Brad Close both hits RBI triples for Longmeadow Exxon.

South Mountain Little League

Nationwide 9, Reese's 8: Chris Cannon had three hits and Jared Mann and Robert Bowman had two hits each for Nationwide. James Hageman and Derek Wisner had two hits each for Reese's.

Valley Little League

Chewsville 12, FOP 4: Craig Henson and Zach Lloyd combined for 10 strikeouts and Jason Seville, Josh Mitchell, Henson and Lloyd had two hits apiece to lead Chewsville.

American Little League

Olympia Trophy 3, FOP 1: Danny Brugh had two hits and was also the winning pitcher with 11 strikeouts to lead Olympia Trophy.

Elks 9, Goodwill 1: Wayne Wetzel, J.J. Myers and Willie Nave had two hits apiece, while Lucas Lichtenberg hit an inside-the-park home run to lead Elks.

Smithsburg Little Sluggers

Lewis Orchards 13, Mase Auto 5: Brandon Sheaffer, Brian Fishack, Brandon Pieffer, Dustin Green and Ben Clopper had two hits each to lead Lewis Orchards. Michael Trueblood and Logan Miller combined for 12 strikeouts for Mase Auto.

Halfway Little League

Valley Storage Bin 5, Gehr 4: Jesse Boggs had 13 strikeouts and Matt Henneberger had two hits to lead Valley. Nick Adenhart struck out 13 and had two hits for Gehr, and Bingie Bingaman also had two hits.

Hagerstown Pony League

Hagerstown Floors 12, UAW 1: Tommy McCall had two home runs and winning pitcher John Quail had two hits, including a home run, to lead Hagerstown Floors. Matt Mastiano also homered while Dustin Stipes and Jamel Smith added two hits each.

Hagerstown Colt League

UAW 11, Eagles 2: Mark Koontz and Joe Maghee had two hits each, while Chris Fox picked up the win to lead UAW.

Maugansville Senior League

Hagerstown Trust 9, Shawley's 4: Jesse Bennaka struck out 13, Josh Houser collected three hits and Chris Hays, Brandon McKenrick and Matt Schindler had two hits each to lead Hagerstown Trust.

Halfway Senior League

Carpet Gallery 6, Elks 0: Brandon Ashby, Carlos Gomez and Walter Drill had two hits each, while Drill threw a two-hitter to lead Carpet Gallery.

South County Senior League

Appalachian Builders 8, FOP 6: Jake Harmon had three hits to lead Appalachian Builders. Stash Ross had three hits for FOP.

Interleague Sr. League

SAL 9, Sheetz 4: David Hose had four hits, including a home run, Jeremy Duffy homered, while Brian Bishop picked up the win to lead SAL. Andy Lewis, Mike Yeagle, Tim Mason and Matt Michael had two hits for SAL. Justin Shank and Charles Dodson had two hits apiece for Sheetz.

Wash. Co. Girls Softball

Building Blocks 9, Halfway Electric 3: Amanda McKeever, Katie Robison and Sierra Routzahn hit home runs to lead Building Blocks. McKeever, Robison and Jasmine Campbell each had two hits for the winners.

Orndorff Plumbing 13, Candy Sellers 12: Laura Browning had three hits and Chelsey Hershey had two hits to lead Orndorff Plumbing. Michelle Kretzer and Jenny Crampton had two hits each, while Kretzer also homered for Candy Sellers.

Jolliffe Masonry 15, New ERA Homes 9: Chelsea Jolliffe struck out eight and Stephanie Garlitz, Stephanie Cornett and Mandy Fraley all had three hits to lead Jolliffe. Katie Powell had five hits to lead New ERA.

Capitol Building Supply 17, K&K Grocery 5: Nina Crist, Ashley Johnson and Christina Braswell all had two hits for Capitol. Jessica Seabright and Carolyn Woodas had two hits for K&K.

CSL Softball

Supreme Block 9, Michael's Printing 7: Nicole Sier, Amanda Rice and Mirela Bratic had two hits each for Supreme Block. Jenny Lowe and Angie Ruck had two hits each for Michael's Printing.

Five Forks 8, Phil & Jerry's 8: Laura Elam, Jessica Minnick and Bethany Young had two hits apiece to lead Phil & Jerry's.


Hub City Softball

Tony's Pizza 27, Crazy Horse 26: Paul Plume had two home runs and Jim Weaver homered to lead Tony's Pizza. George Faith, Kevin Richards, Plume and Weaver had four hits each for the winners.

Black Sox 21, Firestone 6: Chris Custer had four hits and Steve Barrett, Glen Muse, Bill Smith and Travis Twigg had three hits each to lead Black Sox.

Pinesburg Softball

J. Beasley 16, West End 15: Jerry Hose and Chris Caudell had three hits each and Brad Harvey, Steve Presgraves, Brad Crawford and Charlie Hutzell had two hits each to lead J. Beasley.

Hagerstown Church Softball

Chewsville United Methodist 23, Hagerstown Church of the Brethren 9: Larry Belella, Troy Johnson, Kellar Smith and Tim Smith had four hits each to lead Chewsville United Methodist.

Maranatha/Va. Ave. Church of God 26, Christ Lutheran 8: Brian Smith had four hits and Maranatha had seven others with three hits to win. Zore Cline homered twice and Fred Yonker, Bobby Hays and Cliff Miles homered for Maranatha.

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