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Thursday's roundup: Cenate leads Post 10 over Post 202

June 26, 1998

WILLIAMSPORT. - Josh Cenate struck out 13 without allowing a walk and had two hits, including a home run, Thursday to lead Boonsboro Post 10 to a American Legion Western Maryland District victory over Williamsport Post 202.

J.R. Fitzwater had three hits and drove in both runs for Williamsport (12-10, 7-8).

Dylan Hetzel and Bobby Ord had two hits apiece for Boonsboro, which is 6-6 in district play.

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South Mountain Little League

Nationwide 9, Lions 6: Chris Cannon had two hits, including a home run, while Jay Love and Jared Mann combined for a five-hitter with 12 strikeouts to lead Nationwide. Curtis Harsh, Matthew Byers, Robert Bowman and Kyle Davis added two hits each. Kyle Kane had three hits for Lions.

American Little League

Thompson's Concrete 6, Olympia Trophy 5: Josh Bussard, Danny Anderson and winning pitcher Derrick Goetz collected two hits each for Thompson's Concrete. Danny Brugh had two hits for Olympia Trophy.

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Goodwill 10, Funkstown 0: Winning pitcher James Price fired a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts and homered to lead Goodwill. Quielan Gantt had two hits. Ryan Renner had Funkstown's only hit.

Maugansville Little League

Brewer's Saab 21, Executone 2: Brian Barnhart had two hits, including a home run, to lead Brewer's Saab. Christy Ennis had two hits for Executone.

Halfway Little League

Hoffman Automotive 17, Redmen 3: Derek Hadley and Aaron Smith had four hits each to lead Hoffman Automotive. Dennis Herbert had three hits to support winning pitcher John Eavey. Scott Alameda and Matt Sweigert had two hits apiece for Redmen.

Conococheague Little League

Lions 23, Taylor Trucking 5: Philip Jordan was 4-for-5 and Richard Hovermale 3-for-3 to lead Lions. Kenny Singhaf and Ben Jordan each had two hits, including a home run. Luther Davis had two hits for Taylor Trucking.

Hagerstown Colt League

UAW 10, Elks 4: Paul Fisher, Matt Belin and Joe McGhee had two hits each to lead UAW. Hoppy Livingood homered. Derrick Herman had two hits, including a home run, and Tim Hawkins had two hits for Elks.

Hagerstown Pony League

F&M 18, FOP 15: David Line had three hits, including two home runs, and four RBIs to lead F&M. Aaron Showe drove in five runs on two hits, including a home run, and Keith Kellinger had four hits, including a home run. Nathan Himes had three hits and Charlie Clark and Andy Simmons had two hits apiece. Chris Higgins had three hits and Justin Hess homered for FOP.

UAW 21, Eagles 11: Derek Haines and Sal Mauriello had two hits each and Jamie Grossnickle homered to lead UAW. Matt Johnson and Brandon Fling each homered for Eagles.

CSL Girls Softball

Supreme Block 13-8, Phil & Jerry's 1-6: Lindsey Parks, Katie Buchanan and Keri Buchanan had two hits apiece for Supreme Block in the first game of a doubleheader. Ali Smith, Jessica Mardres and Jennifer Pentz had two hits apiece for Phil & Jerry's.

In the nightcap, Samantha Kelle, Nicole Sier and Kathryn Piches had two hits apiece for Supreme Block. Emily Orsini, Bethany Young and Jessica Whitt had two hits apiece for Phil & Jerry's.

West End Minor League

FOP 10, Western Enterprise 5: John Zeigler, Jarrett Sis and Vicki Botts all doubled, and Devin Olden had two RBIs for FOP.

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Hagerstown Area Church Softball

Christ Reform/St. James Brethren 30, Nazarene 19: Adam Shank and Lloyd Kelly both homered and T.J. Everett went 3-for-5 for Christ Reform/St. James Brethren.

Maranatha/Virginia Avenue Church of God 19, Tri-State 18: Warren Barrett had four hits and Fred Yonker added three hits, including a home run, to lead Maranatha. Frankie Curry also had three hits.

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Ice rink to switch schedule

The Hagerstown Ice & Sports Complex will be closed the week of July 4-10 to begin its new summer schedule. Call Amy Simmons at 301-766-9122 for new information on public skate, drop-in hockey, classes and camps/clinic times and schedules.

Clear Spring to hold soccer signup

Clear Spring Soccer will hold registration for its fall league for boys and girls 5-13 through Saturday at the Clear Spring Park Pavilion. All players must be 13 or under by Aug. 31, and can register today from 5:30-7 p.m. or from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday.

There will be separate divisions for boys and girls if enough players sign up, and coaches and helpers are needed at all age groups. Fee is $25.

Call John Ardinger with questions at 301-842-1280.

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