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Wednesday's youth, adult roundup

June 11, 1998

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Hagerstown Pony League

F&M 7, Eagles 5: Keith Kellinger threw a four-hitter with 14 strikeouts and Brandon Fisher went 3-for-4 for F&M. Matt Johnson hit a three-run homer for Eagles.

Firefighters 12, FOP 2: Gary Naile was 4-for-4 to lead the Firefighters. Adam McAllister and Josh Norris each went 2-for-3, while Jason Wilcox and Tommy Jesson added two hits apiece for Firefighters. Norris fired seven strikeouts. FOP's Jason Embly had two hits.

National Little League

AMVETS 6, Blue Gray Towing 2: Jeremy McAfee and Tommy Peterson combined for 13 strikeouts and Dave Peacher homered for AMVETS. Keith Hendershot had two hits for Blue Gray.

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Halfway Little League

Lions 20, Redmen 5: Andy May and John Hose had three hits apiece for Lions. Ryan Bowers and Steve Picone each had two for the winners. Jeremy Bishop had two hits for Redmen.

Washington County Girls Softball

Aladdin Trophy 12, James Winters Painting 10: Heidi Hockman had two hits and scored three runs for Aladdin. Emily Middlekauff had two hits for James Winters.

Jolliffe Masonry 17, Boonsboro Produce 5: Chelsea Jolliffe struck out 11 to lead Jolliffe Masonry. Jolliffe, Sammy Smiles and Stephanie Garlitz had three hits each.

Williamsport Redmen 23, Longmeadow Rotary 13: Niki Leisinger, Erin Grossnickle and Erin May each had four hits to lead the Redmen over Rotary. Emily Shirk added two hits. Leisinger struck out seven. Rotary's Heather Danley led with three hits and five RBIs.

Ernst Market 26, Middletown 12: Winning pitcher Heather Yost had two hits to lead Ernst Market. Stacey Yeakle had three hits, while Jamie Poffenberger had two. Andi Changuris had two grand slams for Middletown.

West End Little League

AFL-CIO 11, Stags 9: Ryan Powell had two hits, including a home run, Glen Creary had two hits, while Danny Carroll pitched the win for AFL-CIO. David Minor had two hits for Stags.

Hancock Little League

Tiger 13, Pirates 6: Steven Mowen, Derick Clingerman and Jordan Sterner had two hits to lead the Tigers. Josh Hendershot and Clingerman combined for 10 strikeouts. Josh Reppenthal and Brad Mellott had two hits apiece for the Pirates.

Smithsburg Little Sluggers

Bair Pool's 10, Mace 6: Kyle Minnick had three doubles and Ryan Channey had two doubles to lead Bair Pools. Minnick and Michael Rinebolt combined for 10 strikeouts. Jeremy Rupert, Chad Rupert and Kevin Jaye collected two hits each for Mace.

Federal Little League

Rotary 3, Kiwanis 2: Ben Lloyd and Stephen Zeranze combined for seven strikeouts for Rotary. Seth Moul had tow hits for Kiwanis.

Valley Little League

SMRG 14, FOP 2: Nick Shifler had three hits and Drew Crawford had two to lead SMRG. Crawford and Josh Tracey combined for a three-hitter to get the win.

Sharpsburg Little League

Lions 22, American Trust Bank 3: Brett Anderson had three hits, including a home run, and Adam Sheets added three hits to lead the Lions. William Cornell and David Brandenburg added two hits apiece. Luke Hintze and Kevin Sandell had two hits each for American Trust Bank.

Maugansville Little League

Brewer's Saab 23, Burkholder's 6: Andrew Merrbaugh had three hits, while Adam Merrbaugh, Zach Light, Zeb Jacobs and Chris Palmer each added two hits to lead Brewer's Saab. Brian Barnhart was the winning pitcher. J.D. Cline led Burkholder's with two hits.

Conococheague Little League

Lions 5, Taylor Trucking 3: Tyler Cannon and Drew Kidd combined on a two-hitter, while Ben Jordan had three RBIs to lead the Lions.

South Mountain Little League

Nationwide 7, Post 10 4: Winning pitcher Jay Love fired 10 strikeouts and had four hits to lead Nationwide. Post 10's Jeremy Fulks led with two hits, including a homer, while Jacob Munson added two hits and Josh Lum homered.

Senior Interleague

Valley NARG 12, VFW Hancock 2: Jeremy McNabb pitched a two-hitter Valley NARG. Harry Baker had three hits, while Nate Lewis and Jesse Latta added two hits each.

Clear Spring Little League

Astros 17, Blue Jays 6: Ryan Myers and Zach Rector led the Astros with two hits each. Travis Divelbliss had two hits for the Blue Jays.

Maugansville Senior League

Pughs 11, Shawley's 5: Tyler Kahl and Bobby Carter had three hits each to lead Pughs. Jared Haupt led Shawley's with three hits.

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Hub City League

Black Sox 18, Lennox 15: Timmy Newell and Travis Twigg collected four hits apiece and Chris Custer hit two home runs to lead the Black Sox.

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