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Youth, area roundup

July 21, 1998

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District 1 11 & 12 All-Stars

Clear Spring 9, American 6: Jeremy Everitts had a home run and two hits to lead Clear Spring over American. Phil Saloom added three doubles for the winners, while winning pitcher Josh Barnhart struck out eight and had two hits. American's Kyle Robinson had two hits and took the loss with 11 strikeouts. Chris Carter had three hits, while Jesse Gutekynst homered.

Conococheague 23, Oakland 5: Derrick Keith had four hits, winning pitcher Josh Bowers, Luther Davis, Andy Taylor all had three hits and Ben Jordan hit a grand slam for Conococheague.

Josh Huff had two hits for Oakland, including a home run.

Chambersburg Tournament

Greencastle B (Martin's Furniture) 14, Chambersburg B 7: Brett Boyd and Jeremy Downin each had three hits as Greencastle B 11 & 12 year-old Little League team sponsored by Martin's Fine Furniture defeated Chambersburg B in the championship game of the tournament. Ben Jones and Evan Brown added two hits each for the winners, while winning pitcher Brown and Josh Crunkleton combined for eight strikeouts to get the win. Chambersburg B was led by Derek Coy and Ethan Cline who had three hits each.

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Hagerstown Area Church Softball

Nazarene 16, New Life 14: Bill Peterson led Nazarene with four hits, while Tim Nutter, Ned Householder, Steve Calandrelle, Brendan Burnett, Ramon Santos, Tim Pogue and Victor Filpo added three hits each for the winners.

Gateway Ministries 48, Christ Lutheran 4: Dale Yost and George Brothers had eight hits each to lead Gateway Ministries. Jeff Remsburg added six hits, while Jose DeJesus, Tim Hose and Lauren Yost finished with five hits apiece.

Maranatha/Virginia Ave. Church of God 19, St. Mark's 11: Frank Curry had four hits to lead Maranatha/Virginia Ave. over St. Mark's. John Kennedy added two home runs, while Zore Cline also homered.

Pinesburg Softball League

Pick's Place 1 20, New Delmar 14: Alan Harsh, Jeff Reynolds, Rocky Wills, and Kevin Greene each had four hits as Pick's Place 1 clinched a tie for the league championship with a win over New Delmar. Lew Thomas added two home runs for the winners, while Mick Byers, Rick Grove and Billy Bakner also homered. New Delmar was led by Roy Myers who had two home runs.

J&W Mechanical 25, Reps 24: Jeff Covell had five hits to lead J&W Mechanical over Reps. Adam Moore added four hits with a home run, while James Fann also had four hits and Phil Fox contributed two home runs for the winners. Jeff Delauter had the game-winning RBI.

Pick's Place 2 26, West End 7: Kevin Weddle, Bobby Tritch and Kevin Kretzer had five hits each for Pick's Place 2, while William Markley, Chuck Kretzer and Todd Beck added four hits apiece.

Hub City Softball League

Firestone 19, Dual Highway Motors 9: Todd Ricker went 4-for-4 with two home runs to lead Firestone over Dual Highway Motors. Brian Kendle and Dickie Dayhoff also homered for the winners.

Great Cove Golf Club 1998 Oldsmobile Scramble Results

(from Sunday, July 19 Tournament)

Gross division: 1st place - Ron Maslanik, Rick Smith, Ron Straley, Tom Houpt (60). 2nd place - Bill Hays, Don Pensinger, Gary Bard, Bryan Campbell (61).

Net division: 1st place - Pete Pepple, Pierce Miller, Carl Stevens, Don Ott (55). 2nd place - Larry Ensminger, Stan Earley, Dave Vance, Eileen Hoffman-Meier (56).

Closest to the pin No. 4 - Eileen Hoffman-Meier (8-1).

Closest to the pin No. 6 - Craig Paylor (8-2).

Closest to the pin No. 12 - Foster Earely (8-9).

Closest to the pin No. 16 - Bron Cullen (11-0).

Closest to the pin 2nd shot No. 1 - Floyd Baker, Jerry Smith, Chad Evans, Terry Cordell (7-6).

Closest to the pin 3rd shot No. 9 - Ken Mayhugh, Tony Mayhugh, Ted Skiles, Cal Morris (in the hole for an eagle).

Closest to the pin 2nd shot No. 18 - Parker Hann, Ray Wingert, Phil VanDeuren, K.C. Combs (6-6).

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Marchwicki Qualifies for National Championships

POOLESVILLE, Md. - Kasey Marchwicki of Hagerstown has qualified for the National Roller Skating Championships to be held in Fresno, Ca., the first and second week of August 1998. Marchwicki, 11, trains with Nancy Porter at the Starland Skating Rink and has been roller skating for around five years. Marchwicki attends St. John's Regional Catholic School in Frederick, Md., and will be entering sixth grade this fall.

Marchwicki qualified for the National Roller Skating Championships by placing second in the juvenile division at the Regional Roller Skating Competition held in Greensboro, N.C., in June of 1998.

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