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Area youth, adult leagues

June 15, 1999

* YOUTH LEAGUES




Federal Little League

Alsatia 6, Exchange 5: Justin Hofe had the game-winning hit for Alsatia. Freddie Krieger had three hits. Justin Mellot had two hits for Alsatia.

Conococheague Little League

Redmen 15, Post 202 1: Josh Bowers and Aerik Taylor combined on a two-hitter with nine strikeouts. Tony Johnson doubled and homered while Bowers had two home runs, including a grand slam.

Washington Co. Girls Softball

NAPA 22, Boonsboro Produce 3: Christina Embly was the winning pitcher with seven strikeouts. Embly, and Amanda Sykes each had a home run. Sierra Routzahn had two home runs. Leading hitters for NAPA were Amanda McKeever with three hits and Angie Grumbine with two hits.

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Middletown Sportsland 23, Keebler 9: Pitcher Andi Changuris fanned all five batters in 1 2/3 innings of relief for Middletown.

Hershey Candies 21, Ted's Rent-It 7: Katelyn Mark, Kirby Taylor, Katelyn Patrey, Jessica Ambrose, Miranda Martin, Kaitlin Gadway, Kayla Drake and Courtney Martin collected three hits apiece for Hershey Candies.

Boonsboro Produce 26, Keebler 15

Maugansville Little League

Burkholder's 8, Brewer's Saab 7: J.D. Cline tied the game with a two-run triple and then scored the game-winning run on a sacrifice fly by Daniel Jacobs in the bottom of the sixth inning to enable Burkholder's to squeeze by Brewer's Saab. Randy Smyth delivered two doubles for Burkholder's. Jared Zampelli, Adam Butts and Jacobs also added two hits apiece for Burkholder's. Andrew Merrbaugh led Brewer's Saab with two hits.

West End Little League

VFW 15, Moose 1: Winning pitcher Tyler Shifler fired a three-hitter with 12 strikeouts to lead VFW over Moose. Chris Vumbaugh, Corey Bricker and Tyler Kauffman contributed two hits apiece for VFW. D.J. Davis had two hits for Moose.

Clear Spring Minor LeagueClear Spring Little League

Orioles 9, Yankees 9: The Orioles and the Yankees ended in a tie after four innings. Orioles pitcher Roger Shoemaker struck out five batters. Patrick Mumma had two stolen bases for the Orioles. Yankees pitcher Steven Ray fanned five batters.

photo: JOE CROCETTA / staff photographer

Valley Little League

St. Lawrence 5, Dorsey Brothers 2: Mason Herman slugged two home runs for St. Lawrence. Ben Rishell added two hits for St. Lawrence. Jim Harmon led Dorsey Brothers with two hits.

Halfway Little League

Valley Storage Bins 4, Hoffman Autos 3: Winning pitcher David Warrenfeltz retired all nine batters he faced in relief during the final three innings, including six strikeouts, and added two hits to lead Valley Storage Bins. Marcus Scott added two hits for Valley Storage Bins. Hank Smith led Hoffman Autos with two hits.

American Little League

Eagles 3, Goodwill 2: Winning pitcher Jesse Gutekunst fanned seven batters in three innings of relief and added two hits, including a home run, to enable Eagles to edge Goodwill. Lucas Lichtenberg led Goodwill with two hits.

FOP 5, Thompson Concrete 4: Ryan Higdon blasted a home run to enable FOP to squeeze by Thompson Concrete in seven innings. Wil King and Billy Spence had two hits each for Thompson Concrete.

South Mountain Little League

Sportsland 4, Town Center 3: Winning pitcher Chris Easterday fired a three-hitter with 15 strikeouts for Sportsland. Adam Chambers and Chaz Sexton delivered two hits each for Sportsland. Mark Needy pitched a complete game for Town Center.

Inter-League

Wilson 8, FOP 4: Winning pitcher Todd McCall fanned eight batters and added two hits to lead Wilson. Travis Barnhart and Greg Yeakle added two hits each for Wilson. Tucker Gladhill and Jeremiah Johnson came through with three hits each for Wilson. Chris Michael, Chad Horst and Danny Helser added two hits apiece for FOP.

* ADULT LEAGUES




Pic's Place/Worth Sports win

Pic's Place/Worth Sports won the Class B division of the NSA Green Turtle Challenge men's softball tournament in Ocean City, Md., over the weekend. They won all six games they played, including a 34-11 win over host Green Turtle in the semifinals and a 29-7 victory over Serum Park in the final.

The win gives Pic's Place/Worth Sports a spot in the NSA World tournament in late September.

Pic's Place/Worth Sports hit .711 as a team, led by co-MVPs John Hartle (.818) and Alan Harsh (.800). Hitting over .700 were Mick Byers, Rick Grove, Kurty Myers, Jeff Reynolds, Rocky Wills, Bill Bakner, Kerry Kirby and Glen Himes.

Halfway Morning League

Bud Light 22, MCI Classic 4: Danny Braithwaite had four hits, Todd Ricker had three hits, including a home run, and Chuck Martin, Eric Bender, Harry Rinehart, Steve Bishop and Jeff Beatty had three hits apiece for Bud Light.

Pinesburg/Hub City League

Adam's Pizza/Hagerstown Billiards and Cafe 18, J&W Mechanical 9: Donnie Blickenstaff, Denny Bryan and Mike Green came through with three hits apiece to help Adam's Pizza/Hagerstown Billiards and Cafe. Scott Remsburg homered among his two hits, while Rick Malloy and Donnie Parrott added two hits each for Adam's Pizza/Hagerstown Billiards and Cafe. John Taylor banged out three hits and Greg Petty added two hits for J&W Mechanical.

Softball Tournament

The Hagerstown Billiards and Cafe Invitational will be held on Saturday and Sunday at Marty Snook Park in Halfway. The entry fee is $110. The tournament is for Class D & E teams and players only.

For more information, contact Butch Hess at 301-393-9401 or Denny Bryan at 301-665-9499.

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