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Tuesday's local roundup

August 05, 1998

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Jeremy K. Smith Tournament

South Mountain 5, Halfway 1: Cameron Shifler and Jeremiah Mills combined for a five-hitter as South Mountain beat Halfway. Matthew Byers had two RBIs for the winners. Marcus Scott had an RBI single for Halfway.

Conococheague 16, Maugansville 7: Tyler Beard had two hits to lead Conococheague over Maugansville. Ryan Lee had two hits and two RBIs for Conococheague. Scott Keeney had two hits for Maugansville.

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Pinesburg League

Ernst Market 19, California Microwaves 1: Ron Avey had four hits to lead Ernst Market over California Microwaves. Mike Hoffman, Dale Leydig, and Tony Poffenberger each added three hits for the winners.

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J. Beasley's Reps 19, West End 9: Rich Brehm was 4-for-4, Bill Bowers, Charlie Hutzel, Chris Caudell and Mike Malloy had three hits each and Steve Presgraves homered to J. Beasley's Reps.

Hub City League

Tony's Pizza 19, Four Star 16: Danny Moats, Phil McAllister, Jim Weaver, Paul Plume and Chip Mundey had four hits each as Tony's Pizza defeated Four Star. Plume and George Faith each homered for the winners.

Miller Lite 23, Freddie's 5: John Moyer hit two home runs, Darren Weaver added one to lead Miller Lite. Scott Shank had five hits and Jimmy Ezolt added four for the winners.

Hagerstown Area Church League

St. Mark's 17, Christ Lutheran 6: Tom Moser, John Lewis and Howard Metger homered for St. Marks.

St. Mark's 11, Christ Lutheran 10: Tom Moser had two hits, including the game-winner, and Howard Metger added two hits for St. Marks.

Maranatha/Virginia Avenue Church of God 24, Gateway 11: Zore Cline had four hits and Ray Scadden had three hits, including two home runs, for Maranatha. Bobby Hays, Greg Henesey and Bill Green had three hits, including a home run, Jason Gladhill had three hits and Frank Yost homered for the winners.

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Five qualify for Chi-Chi's Shootout

Five local golfers made the field of the Chi-Chi's Shootout in a qualifier held Tuesday at Beaver Creek Country Club. Kenny Lampard, Tracy Piper, Gary Dingle, Brian Hendrick and Bob Alton will be among the 14 players at the Chi-Chi's Shootout at Sundown on Thursday at 5:15 p.m. Local golf professionals will play an 18-hole exhibition today.

Friday's WACO Long Drive contest, open to tournament players and amateurs, will be contested at 5 p.m. These activities lead up to the 15th Annual WACO Open championship this weekend at Beaver Creek.

Frostburg softball tournament

There will be an open softball tournament Saturday and Sunday in Frostburg, Md. The entry fee is $125, and the top three teams win cash prizes. All teams will hit their own .47-core balls. Call Tucker at 301-777-1587 or 301-777-0253 for more information.

Kinlaw-Guessford tournament

The 4th Annual David N. Kinlaw/Margaret Guessford Memorial One-Pitch Softball Tournament will be held Saturday and Sunday at Black Rock Park. All proceeds from the tournament are donated to individuals being treated for Hodgkin's disease. For more information, call Butch at 301-791-1852 or Jeff 301-797-4796.

Junior golf tournament rescheduled

The Tri-State Junior Golf Association's Tournament of Champions, originally set for Aug. 10, has been rescheduled for Aug. 17 at Black Rock Golf Course.

The top three finishers in each age group in each of the summer tournaments and the Washington County Junior Open will participate.

Winchester Speedway honors greats

Some of the top auto racers from the 1950s and 60s at Winchester (Va.) Speedway, including some from the Tri-State area, will be honored Saturday at the speedway.

"Old-Timers' Night'' will feature autograph and picture-taking sessions.

Some of the drivers expected are Larry Gorman, Dick Warrenfeltz, Gerald Chamberlin, Tommy Bare, Ralph Davis, Red Nininger, Bill Nalley, Sam Nalley, Buddy Armal, Ray Doval, Jackie Denniston, Doug Daily, Charlie Johnson, Earl Moran, Roland Cox, Charlie Beeler, Clem Lamaster, Don Davis, Cal Johnson, John Haberback, John Burkholder, Smokey Pharo, Irving King and Tommy Irwin.

Gates open at 5 p.m., and racing starts at 7:30.

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