Friday's roundup - Jefferson's Cenate fires no-hitter

April 02, 1999

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Josh Cenate struck out 16 for his first no-hitter of the season, and No. 1 Jefferson advanced to the title game of the Hawaiian Tropic Classic with a 7-0 victory over Cabell Midland.

Justin Osborne had three RBIs in the semifinal for Jefferson (7-2), which defeated Conway (S.C.) 9-2 in the quarterfinals. In that game, Cenate's two-run homer was part of a four-run fourth inning that put Jefferson ahead to stay. B.J. Mercer also had three RBIs in the quarterfinal victory.

Red Land 6, Waynesboro 3

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Waynesboro commited two costly errors in the fourth inning, leading to three unearned runs in a Mid-Penn loss to Red Land.

Red Land came back from a 1-0 deficit with the three-run inning and added two in the fifth and one in the sixth. Matt Lowans took the loss for the Indians, despite allowing only one earned run and four hits in four innings.


Brett Showalter had two hits and an RBI for Waynesboro (1-2, 0-1).

L. Shore Cent. 16, B. Springs 8

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Lake Shore Central used seven walks to score six runs in the first four innings to get a come-from-behind victory over Berkeley Springs.

Lake Shore scored four times in the first, but the Indians (1-5) countered with five runs in the inning en route to a 6-4 lead. Four walks led to four runs in the fourth, giving Lake Shore the lead for good.

Matt Omps led Berkeley Springs' 10-hit attack by going 3-for-4 while Brian Potter added two hits and Jamie Mason doubled.


Shepherd 3-5, Concord 2-13

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd College scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning for a comeback victory over Concord College in the first game of a softball doubleheader Friday.

It was their first win after 10 losses to open the season. In game two, Concord shut down Shepherd.

The first-game rally started with two outs when Katie Allnutt reached on an error and Melanie Okun and Chrissy Ashley each singled to load the bases. Natalie Cushion cleared the bases with a three-run double to give the Rams (1-11) the lead.

Becca Hofman pitched a complete game, allowing five hits and one earned run.

Mount 7-4, C. Conn. State 6-0

EMMITTSBURG, Md. - Freshman Chloe Mathus went 5-for-5, including the game-winning hit, to help Mount St. Mary's to a come-from-behind win over Central Connecticut State in a Northeast Conference game.

Mount sophomore Jess Miller pitched a three-hit shutout to defeat the Lady Blue Devils 4-0 to sweep the doubleheader.

In game two, the Mount scored all four of its runs in the first inning off of five hits. Miller struck out seven batters and gave up only three hits.

Nikki Wisniewski led the Mount, going 2-for-3 in the game and 4-for-7 in the doubleheader.


Monmouth 9, Mount 5

EMMITTSBURG, Md. - Catcher Dan Coia went 4-for-4 with three RBIs to lead Monmouth over Mount St. Mary's in a Northeast Conference game

The loss is the Mountaineers' fifth straight.

Chris Devins took the loss for the Mount.


St. James 5, Hedgesville 2

at St. James

Singles: 1. Rehan Waheed (SJ) d. Mike Morrow, 1-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3); 2. Dallas Miller (H) d. Arthur Ebeling, 6-1, 6-4; 3. Brian Clark (H) d. Hilton Smith, 6-4, 6-1; 4. Max Eisler (SJ) d. Jonathan Stocking, 6-3, 6-1.

Doubles: 1. Phillip Welshans/Shingo Nakano (SJ) d. Tave Twigg/Jonathan Barens, 6-0, 6-1; 2. Adam Russell/Matt Meany (SJ) d. Mike Quigley/Jonathan Sine, 6-0, 6-0; 3. Chris Saylor/Elliott Sanders (SJ) d. Scott Toms/Evan Greenspoon, 6-2, 6-1.

Notes: St. James is 1-0.


Howe sets personal best

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - David Howe, a graduate of Hagerstown Community College and Shippensburg, finished fifth in the 3,000-meter steeplechase while clocking a personal best time in the Colonial Relays at William & Mary.

Howe completed the race in 9 minutes, 17.3 seconds while representing the Cumberland Valley Athletic Club.

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