Roundup-Cenate powers No. 1 Jefferson

April 16, 1999


SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Josh Cenate provided the power and the pitching as No. 1 Jefferson won both ends of a doubleheader Friday, sweeping Moorefield, 7-6 and 12-2.

Cenate hit two home runs and threw a two-hitter to lead the Cougars in the second game. Cenate struck out 18 in six innings, including four batters in an inning twice.

Scott Wells added a two-run homer for the Cougars (14-2).

Wells provided the winning hit in the opener, a single in the bottom of the seventh inning that drove in Justin Osbourn.


Osbourn, Cenate and Sam Walls each had three hits. All three homered, as did Jimmy Rhodes, who struck out 13 in six innings. Eric Smoot picked up the win in relief.

Cenate's three home runs give him six on the year, tied for second in the area. His 18 strikeouts raise his area-best total to 78.

Chambersburg 4, Big Spring 1

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Ben Lefever went 3-for-3 with two RBIs, and Aaron Edwards threw a two-hitter to lead the No. 2 Trojans in the Mid Penn Commonwealth.

Edwards struck out 10 and walked just two for Chambersburg (7-1, 2-1). Travis Arnsparger also had two hits and scored twice for the Trojans, who got all their runs in the first three innings.

Walkersville 10, Brunswick 3

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Paul Purdham started Walkersville's six-run third inning with a solo home run and finished it with a two-run single the No. 3 Lions stayed unbeaten in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League with a win over No. 9 Brunswick.

Craig Bauguess went 2-for-3 with a solo homer and Lane Strobel added two hits for the Lions (8-1, 8-0). Pat Calloway picked up his first win of the year, scattering eight hits.

Kevin Goode hit a solo homer, his sixth of the year, in the seventh for the Railroaders (5-4, 4-3). Justin Wilt, Andy Maught and Brad Gaither each had two hits.

Grace 22, Calvary 2

Jason Kendall had three hits, including a two-run homer in an eight-run first inning, to pace Grace Academy past Calvary Christian in five innings.

Josh Barnhart had two doubles and a triple for Grace (6-1). Justin Perrow had two doubles.

Martinsburg 18, Berkeley Springs 4

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Kevin Clark's three-run homer highlighted a seven-run fourth inning that propelled Martinsburg past Berkeley Springs.

James Painter had four hits and Mike Quinn added a home run for the Bulldogs (3-6). Clark finished with three hits. Brian Etherington earned the win, allowing just three hits.

John Day suffered the loss for the Indians (3-11).


Frederick 5, Liberty 4

ELDERSBURG, Md. - Amanda Champman scored from third on a sacrifice fly by Joyce Tsikerdanos in the eighth inning, lifting undefeated Frederick past Liberty.

Tsikerdanos was the only player with two hits for No. 4 Frederick (6-0).

Musselman 10, Berk. Springs 8

BUNKER HILL, W.Va. - No. 9 Musselman scored eight runs in the third inning on eight hits and two Indian errors to overcome a 4-0 deficit and defeat Berkeley Springs.

Tabby Davis led off the third for Musselman (7-4) with a double. After an error, Amanda Butts hit an RBI double, and Brooke McDonald followed with a two-run homer.

Cat Reaves doubled, and Tara Sowers drove Reaves in with a single to tie the game at 4-4. Nina Sprinkle followed with an RBI single, Davis singled for her second hit of the inning, and Sera Pensis hit a two-run double to finish the inning.

Pensis finished with four RBIs for the Applemen, who scored two more in the fifth to put the game away.

Grace 16, Calvary 13

Beth Kendall hit a three-run homer and added an RBI single as Grace Academy broke out to a 12-5 lead after three innings and held on.

Grace starter Sarah Conner allowed only four hits, but issued 13 walks. Calvary pitchers issued 21 walks for the game. Ali Kitzmiller had a two-run double for Calvary.

Grace improved to 4-0.


Hampshire County 90, Frankfort 69, Berkeley Springs 68, Moorefield 26

at Romney, W.Va

100 - 1. Cave (BS) 11.9, 2. Williams (F), 3. Colebank (HC); 200 - 1. Lee (HC), 24.5, 2. Williams (F), 3. Cave (BS); 400 - 1. Kimble (F) 56.5, 2. Seville (BS), 3. Netherton (BS); 800 - 1. Ohler (F) 2:14.5, 2. Speilman (BS), 3. Ruggles (HC); 1600 - 1. Gates (F) 4:54.0, 2. Speilman (BS), 3. Ruggles (HC); 3200 - 1. Gates (F) 11:10.4, 2. Ruggles (HC), 3. Gallery (HC); 110 HH - 1. Watts (HC) 15.1, 2. Maris (F), 3. Lee (HC); 300 H - 1. Lee (HC) 44.2, 2. Koehnen (BS), 3. Yost (BS); 400 relay - 1. Hampshire County, 48.6, 2. Berkeley Springs, 3. Frankfort; 800 relay - 1. Berkeley Springs, 1:42.6, 2. Moorefield, 3. Hampshire County; 1600 relay - 1. Frankfort, 3:57.0, 2. Berkeley Springs, 3. Hampshire County; 3200 relay - 1. Hampshire County, 9:46.2, 2. Berkeley Springs; Shuttle Hurdle relay - 1. Hampshire County, 1:07.1, 2. Frankfort; Long Jump - 1. Bowyer (M) 18-6, 2. Close (BS), 3. Widmyer (BS); High Jump - 1. Bowyer (M) 6-2; Pole Vault - 1. Dunham (HC) 8-0, 2. Buckley (HC), 3. Kimble (F); Shot Put - 1. Watters (M) 40-5, 2. Omps (BS), 3. Biggs (M); Discus - 1. Omps (BS) 119-3, 2. Maris (F), 3. Gibbons (HC).


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