Thursday's area roundup

June 12, 1998


Sharpsburg Major League

SAL 12, Company One 8: Branden Ziska struck out five batters and picked up the win for SAL. Wes Collins had two hits for SAL. Brad Stotelmyer had two hits, including a home run, in a losing effort.

Maugansville Little League

Ruritan 19, Executone 5: Ben Sigler had four hits and three RBIs and Joey Strong had a double, homer and five RBIs to lead Ruritan. Clayton Rowland had two hits and three RBIs for Ruritan. Cory Monroe had two hits, and Tim Shirley had two hits and three RBIs for Executone.

Senior Interleague

Post 202 10, Mr. Hardware 4: Brandon Eyler and Chris Wyant had two hits each and Aaron Shropshire homered to lead Post 202.


Jeter Paving 8, VFW 7: Gary Bloyer, Ryan Ford, Cody Anderson, Adam Truax and Georgie Miller all had two hits - one of Miller's was a homer - for Jeter. Anderson also struck out nine to get the win.

Smithsburg Little Sluggers

Cavetown Planning 7, Gouff 4: Matthew Shriver went 3-for-3 with a double and J.R. Burgan had two hits to lead Cavetown.

South Mountain Little League

Optimist 7, Pete's 6: Josh Lewis had two doubles and Justin Irving and Johnny Reese collected two hits each to lead Optimist. Brandon Painter and Alex Malphrus had two hits each for Pete's.

Pete's Barber Shop 10, Optimist 7: Russell Hanson had two hits for Pete's. Aaron Castle and Josh Lewis each had two hits for Optimist.


Hub City Softball

Tony's Pizza 14, Miller Lite 9: Mike Weaver had five hits, Jim Weaver and Denny Moats had four each, and George Faith, Chuck Mondey and Paul Plume all homered for Tony's Pizza.

Hagerstown Church Softball

Christ Reformed/St. James Brethren 17, Grace Brethren 11: Alan Moore went 5-for-5, Lloyd Kelly had five hits, and Jeff Housel had three hits to lead Christ Reformed. Paul Hatfield, Sam Allen and Jody Rohrer all had three hits for Grace.

Maranatha/Virginia Ave. Church of God 20, Otterbein 11: Fred Yonker and Ray Scadden had three hits apiece, including a home run, Dave Pickeral and Daryl Domer had four hits apiece and Jason Gladhill and Bobby Hays had three hits apiece to lead Maranatha.

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