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Youth, area roundup

August 07, 1998

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Thomas Evans Championships

Clear Spring 6, Maugansville 5: Josh Barnhart had eight strikeouts as Clear Spring defeated Maugansville to win the tournament championship. Phil Saloom led Clear Spring with two hits, while Jeremy Everitts and Brandon Yost both homered for the winners. Maugansville's Jesse McAllister had a home run.

Adam Kees Memorial Tournament

Clear Spring 10, Maugansville 7: Rodney Swope scattered five hits with 10 strikeouts to lead Clear Spring to a win over Maugansville. Tawnya Blair, Brandon Forrest and Tommy Stotler led with three hits for the winners, while Cody Beard added two hits. Maugansville's R.J. Foltz had two hits and Josh Silliman added two RBIs.

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Pinesburg Softball League

J&W Mechanical 16, Ernst Market 6: Jamie Saylor and Jeff Covell had four hits each as J&W Mechanical defeated Ernst Market. Phil Fox and James Fann added three hits apiece.

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Hagerstown Area Church League

Otterbein 20, New Life 11: John Pickett had five hits, including a home run and Kevin Walters, Mike Johnston and Mike Grim had four hits to lead Otterbein.

Hag. Church of Brethren 15, St. Mark's 13: Chuck Jessop went 5-for-6 and Larry Kees had four hits to lead Church of the Brethren.

Maranatha/Va. Ave. Church of God 19, Bethel 7: Greg Hennessey had five hits, including two homers, to lead Maranatha. Bobby Hays, Bill Green and John Kennedy had three hits, and Hays and Fred Younker added home runs for Maranatha.

Hub City League

Firestone 15, Hover Mills 13: Brian Kendall and Todd Ricker went 4-for-4 and Bobby Hess, Brian Higgins and Todd Smith had three hits for Firestone.

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Piper wins Chi-Chi's Shootout

Tracy Piper shot par on the final hole to win Chi-Chi's Shootout at Beaver Creek Country Club.

Piper joins Greg McNaney as the only players to win the shootout twice.

Greg Henry finished second, followed by Dirk Schultz, Bob Alton, Gary Dingle and Harry Kendig. Schultz won the long drive contest, and McNaney won closest to the pin.

The WACO Long Drive contest, worth $200 to the winner, begins today at 5 p.m. The WACO tournament begins Saturday morning.

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