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Tuesday's local roundup

July 29, 1998

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Thomas Evans Tournament

Maugansville 10, Valley 9: Zach Light and Adam Long had two hits each to lead Maugansville. Brent Rohrer led Valley with three hits, while Will Luther and James Harmon added two hits each.

Frederick American 12, Clear Spring 3: Winning pitcher Mike Sholet had eight strikeouts for Frederick American. Donnie Bateman and Tim Raymond led Frederick with two hits each. Tommy Stotler had two hits for Clear Spring.

Clear Spring 10, Brunswick 2: Winning pitcher Rodney Swope struck out seven and had two hits to lead Clear Spring over Brunswick. Tommy Stotler and Tyler Deneen had three hits each for the winners. Thomas James had two hits and Tawnya Blair homered for Brunswick.

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Paul Brandenburg Tournament

Sharpsburg 22, Maugansville 15: Steph Dunn had three hits and two RBIs and Chris Wolfe picked up the win for Sharpsburg. Kristen Hiser had two hits and three RBIs for Maugansville.

Conococheague 5, West End 4: Sonny Hines had a pair of hits and Lee Draper was the winning pitcher as Conococheague beat West End in nine innings.

River City Classic

American 3, Federal 1: Robert Snowden threw a one-hitter and struck out 11 as American forced a second championship game.

Snowden and Daniel Olson had two hits for American. The teams play again tonight at 6 for the title.

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Pinesburg League

Delmar Inn 20, BK 17: Johnny Byers went 6-for-6 and Darren Stottlemyer, Brent Raley and Goober Jones had four hits each for Delmar. Jones had a pair of home runs.

Hagerstown Area Church League

Christ Fellowship 21, Hagerstown Brethren 20: Dan Nason drove in the winning run in the ninth inning to lead Christ Fellowship over Hagerstown Brethren. Tim Thompson had four hits for the winners.

Tri-State 21, Bethel of Chewsville 9: Rich Hayes and Pork Wallech homered, and Wallech and Todd Streett had five hits each for Tri-State. James Knodle had four hits for Tri-State.

Otterbein 18, St. Mark's 16: Mike Grimm and Kirk Graham had four hits each, and Alan Weaver, Larry Wisherd and Kevin Walters had three hits to lead Otterbein. Graham and Walters both homered.

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