Thursday's roundup

June 05, 1998


West End Minor League

FOP 16, Woodpoint 10: John Zeigler, Jason Selph and Matt Reynolds had two RBIs each to lead FOP. Tim Leather and Killeon Miller had four hits each and Jesse Wyand and Josh Miller had three hits apiece for Woodpoint.

Clear Spring Minor League

Blue Jays 6, Cubs 3: Danny Reed and Matt Kline combined on a one-hitter for the Blue Jays.

National Minor League

Paul Crampton 13, Funkstown 5: Eric Imes and Ken Feigley combined on a one-hitter to lead Paul Crampton.

West End Little League

AFL-CIO 9, VFW 0: Winning pitcher Ryan Powell had three hits and Lynn Creary homered to lead AFL-CIO. Creary and Trevor Cobb had two hits.


Valley Little League

Dorsey Brothers 6, ICC 5: David Barnhart's sacrifice fly drove in Garrett Delaney for the winning run to lead Dorsey Brothers. Mason Herman and Kevin Talbert had two hits each for ICC.

Smithsburg Little Sluggers

Lewis Orchards 12, Home Style Laundry 0: Brandon Sheaffer and Brandon Pieffer had two hits apiece, while Brian Fishack pitched a two-hitter to lead Lewis Orchards.

Conococheague Little League

Lions 5, Redmen 1: Ben Jordan was 3-for-3 and David Bussard was 2-for-2 for Lions. Jordan pitched a complete-game one-hitter.

Halfway Little League

Valley Storage Bin 21, Halfway Lions 5: Marcus Scott had five hits, Daniel Lynn and David Warrenfeltz each had three and Jesse Boggs had two for Valley Storage Bin. John Hose had two hits for Lions.

American Little League

Eagles 4, Thompson Concrete 0: Matt Armstrong had two hits and R.C. Myers had 10 strikeouts to lead Eagles.

Elks 10, Olympia Trophy 0: Kyle Robinson pitched a no-hitter with 13 strikeouts and had four hits to lead Elks.

Federal Little League

Alsatia 13, American Legion 8: Will Mulieri had three hits, including a home run, to lead Alsatia. David Macht, Daniel Plank and Freddie Kreiger each added two hits. Timmy Evans had two hits for American Legion.

Clear Spring Little League

Reds 11, Orioles 0: Tawyna Blair, Tim Weller and Jessica Stine had two hits each for the Reds.

South Mountain Little League

Pete's Barber Shop 27, Reese's 15: Branden Painter had four hits, while Cory Shea, Alex Malphrus and Russell Hanson had three each for Pete's. Mike Quail, Chris Perkins and Chuck Debow had two hits each for the winners. Jeremiah Mills had three hits and Derek Wisner and Robert Barnhart had two each for Reese's.

Hagerstown Pony League

FOP 11, Troopers 4: Winning pitcher Josh Keyton had three hits and Mike Brooks added two to lead FOP. Frank McAllister had two hits and Steve Heagy homered for Troopers.

Hagerstown Floors 11, Elks 1: John Quail homered and doubled and Tommy McCall, Dustin Stipes, Matt Reed, Matt Mastiano and Adam Ward had two hits each for Hagerstown Floors. Mastiano had 12 strikeouts. Mike Vaverchak had two hits and struck out 10 for Elks.

Halfway Senior League

Elks 14, Funkstown American Legion 10: Gary Combs and Travis Dunahugh had three hits each, while Adam McAllister and Derrick McAllister had two each for Elks. Nick Maus had three hits, including a home run, while Eric Fitzgerald and Ross Fox had two hits each for Funkstown.

Maugansville Senior League

Spicher's 9, AAC 2: Travis Yates had 16 strikeouts and two hits to lead Spicher's. Zack Stowell homered and Jason Litten added two hits for the winners.

Conococheague Senior League

Post 202 13, Allen's Photo 3: Brandon Eyler had two hits to lead Post 202. Justin Anderson homered for Allen's Photo.

Senior Interleague

Clear Spring 14, WMTA 6: Jeremiah Johnson had four hits, Danny Wright had three and Josh Fiedler, Ryan Grove and Roger Neff had two apiece for Clear Spring. Randy Blair struck out 10 for the winners. Jimmy Hill had two hits for WMTA.

Hagerstown Colt League

Henson's 12, Barton 4: Derek Hoffman had two RBIs for Henson's. Preston Semler had two doubles for Barton.

VFW 13, UAW 10: Ricky Myers had three hits, including two home runs, and Damien Lovett had two hits for VFW. Mark Koontz, Paul Fisher, Joe McGhee and Mark Lipella had two hits apiece for UAW.

Elks 5, Goodwill 1: Justin Hamilton hit two home runs for Elks.

FOP 9, Eagles 7: Matt Wilson had two doubles and Les Martin had two hits for FOP.

Washington County Girls Softball

Building Blocks 23, Capitol Builders 4: Kerri Maus hit a grand slam and Mandy McKeever, Katie Robison, Sierra Routzahn and Jessica Watters each homered to lead Building Blocks. Routzahn had four hits and Sara Austin, McKeever, Robison, Amanda Wolfe, Lindsey Fuller, Kerri Maus and Shanna Berry each had three hits. Watters, Kelli Maus and Amber Gift each had two hits for the winners.

CSL Softball

Five Forks 17, Custom Glass 7: Nicole Myers and Cortney Stull had two hits each to lead Five Forks.

Shear Techniques 7, Supreme Block 5: Kelly Hines, Ashley Farner and Laura Lindsay each had two hits to pace Shear Techniques.


Pinesburg League

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