Roundup-No. 1 Chambersburg keeps rolling

April 28, 1999


SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Michelle Carey tossed a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts and got out of two bases-loaded jams to preserve No. 1 Chambersburg's 4-0 win over Shippensburg Wednesday in a Mid Penn Commomnwealth game.

Chambersburg pitchers have not allowed a run in 53 innings this season.

Steph Van Brakle had two RBI- singles, and Leanne Davis and Jen Nalewak added two hits for the Trojans (8-0, 7-0). Tiffani Killian had a solo homer in the sixth.

Westminister 4, Frederick 3

WESTMINISTER, Md. - A fielder's choice to first by Amy Gorsuth scored a runner from third in the eighth inning to lift Westminister past No. 3 Frederick.


Westminister scored three runs in the fifth inning, keyed by a two-run double by Danie Eagles.

Candy Warden struck out 12 in six innings and added a double for the Cadets.

Jefferson 12, Goretti 10

St. Maria Goretti scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh and blew a chance to win the game when Jefferson scored two in the ninth to take the victory.

Goretti (1-11) tied the game at 9-9 in the seventh and had runners at second and third with no outs. But Jefferson escaped further damageby turning a fly ball into a double play.

Both teams scored once in the eighth before Jefferson tacked two runs on in the top of the ninth for the win.

Hannah Chambers went 5-for-6 with three RBIs, and struck out 13 for the Gaels.

Boil. Springs 5, Greencastle 3

BOILING SPRINGS, Pa. - Nancy Stum and Mary Kiner each had two hits and drove in a run as Boiling Springs held Greencastle-Antrim to four hits.

Megan Williams had an RBI single to lead Greencastle.

Martinsburg 11, Berkeley Springs 4

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Leslie Henry had a two-run triple and finished with three RBIs as No. 8 Martinsburg downed Berkeley Springs.

Amber Hull added a two-run double for the Bulldogs (14-7). Christee Anderson scattered six hits and struck out six and helped her cause with an RBI triple.

Megan Zahnow had an RBI double, while Ashley Waugh allowed seven hits, walked eight and struck out three for the Indians (8-10).

J. Buchanan 8, Bermudian 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Becky Porter struck out seven in a complete-game win and hit a three-run homer in the fifth to lead the Rockets to a Mid Penn Colonial win.

Missy Ciucci hit a two-run homer in the fourth for JB (2-7, 2-5).


Jefferson 12, Martinsburg 0

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - No. 1 Jefferson got a complete-game two-hitter from starter Eric Smoot in a five-inning victory over Martinsburg.

Smoot, who struck out five and walked one, added two hits and two RBIs for the Cougars (19-3). Josh Cenate added two hits, including a homer, and drove in three. Justin Osbourn and Donnie Dunn had two doubles, while Chris Brooks had two triples.

Chambersburg 10, Shipp. 0

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Travis Arnsparger hit a homer and a double and drove in four runs as No. 3 Chambersburg defeated Shippensburg in five innings.

Chad Braniff picked up the win, allowing three hits while striking out three and walking one for the Trojans (11-2).

Waynesboro 10, Carlisle 8

CARLISLE, Pa. - Waynesboro used a four-run third inning to defeat Carlisle in a Mid Penn Commonwealth game.

Chris Shearer and Matt Hospelhorn each had an RBI single in the frame for the No. 6 Indians (9-3, 7-0). Matt Lowans added an RBI double in the inning.

Hospelhorn hit an RBI triple in the fifth. Shearer finished with three hits, while Lowans, Brett Showalter and Adam Caron added two hits.

Catoctin 12, South 7

THURMONT, Md. - Mike Irvine, Terry Green and B.J. Schmidt each had three hits Tuesday as Catoctin sent No. 7 South Hagerstown to its third straight loss.

Danny Fowler hit a two-run homer for the Rebels (7-6, 6-5 MVAL). South shortstop Frankie Linton left the game with a separated right shoulder. Coach Greg Eversole said the separation was mild and Linton could be back in the lineup as early as next week.

Catoctin improved to 4-6, 4-5.

St. James 12, St. Andrews 1

ST. JAMES - Billy Keyes homered, tripled and drove in six runs to lead St. James to a Mid Atlantic Conference win over St. Andrews.

Keyes was also the Saints' starting pitcher, striking out eight in three innings. Steve Bumby picked up the win in relief.

Bumby, Brandon Boger and Ian Smith each had two hits for the Saints (4-2, 3-2).

Mercersburg 4, Hedgesville 2

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Mercersburg Academy scored three runs in the fifth inning to put away Hedgesville.

Singles by Jake Koodrich and Brent Curtin set the table for an RBI double by David Cline and a two-run single by Eddie Brown for the Blue Storm.

Curtin added an RBI double in the third for Mercersburg's other run. Heath Vink got the win, scattering nine hits while striking out eight.

Brad Spies went 3-for-4, including a solo home run, for Hedgesville (9-10). Kevin Curry drove in the other run with a single. Curry and Shane Moats had two hits, while J.R. Fitzwater struck out 14.


Mercersburg A. 7, Flint Hill 0

at Jefferson Park, W.Va.

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