Friday's youth, adult roundup

June 18, 1999


Federal Little League

Alsatia 7, Lions 6: Freddy Kreiger and David Stout each had two hits for Alsatia. Pat Datillio and Brent Toms had two hits each for Lions.

American Little League

VFW 7, Thompson Concrete 4: Josh Gay struck out 10 to lead VFW. Leroy Dotson had three hits, including a homer, for the winners.

Halfway Little League

Valley Storage Bin 18, Lions 3: David Warrenfeltz and Wickie Younger had three hits each for Valley Storage Bin. Dee Scott, Marcus Scott, Tyler Spigler and Chris Martin added two hits apiece for Valley. Steve Zellner and Andrew Murray had two hits each for Lions.


West End Little League

Stags 11, Coca-Cola 8: D.J. Lucas had two hits, including a home run, for Stags. Jason Curry had three hits, while David Richard added two for Coca-Cola.

Woodpoint 13, Western Enterprise 3: Jerry Cassidy, John Miller, J.J. O'Neill and Jake Turner had two hits apiece for Woodpoint. Dwayne Weaver had three hits, while Bradley Taylor and Logan Knode added two each for Western Enterprise.

Maugansville Little League

Maugansville Ruritan 12, Burkholder's 2: Anthony Sandonato and Scott Keeney combined on a two-hitter with nine strikeouts for Maugansville Ruritan. Jimmy Connors had four hits, while Sandonato, R.J. Foltz and T.J. Cooper.

Smithsburg Little Sluggers

Phil and Jerry's 18, Cavetown Planing Mill 12: Phil and Jerry's collected 15 hits in a win over Cavetown Planing. Chris Blickenstaff had four hits and Dan Rinebolt had three for Phil and Jerry's. Chris Pitsnogle and Matthew Boward added two hits each for the winners. Justin Smith had two hits for Cavetown Planing.

Hagerstown PONY League

Goodwill 10, UAW 0: Corey Mowen threw a two-hitter with six strikeouts to lead Goodwill. Josh Carter had two hits, including a homer, Milton Stamper homered and Jeremy Fulks drove in two runs for the winners.

Jeter Paving 6, F&M 4: Winning pitcher Keith Overdorff fanned nine batters to lead Jeter. Josh Mitchell had two hits and three RBIs, and Grayson Bust added two hits for Jeter. Sean Hunt and Charlie Clark each had two hits and a homer for F&M. Brandon Fisher also had two hits.

Halfway Junior League

Minnich's 14, Hartle's 1: Aaron Mowery, who was one out away from a no-hitter, settled for a one-hitter with five strikeouts for Minnich's. James Mullenix, David Seibert, Mike O'Haver and Craig Dofflemeyer had two hits apiece for Minnich's.

Maugansville Junior League

Carbaugh's 12, Spicher's 2: Danny Carroll tossed a five-hitter with four strikeouts and added two hits for Carbaugh's. T.J. Hose, Jimmy Wilson and Clayton Rowland added two hits apiece for the winners. Bobby Baker led Spicher's with two hits.

Junior Interleague

Clear Spring Bragunier Masonry Company 4, Hancock VFW 0: Adam Mills fired a one-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts and added two hits, including a home run, to lead Clear Spring in a semifinal playoff game. Dustin Trumpower added a home run for Clear Spring.

Conococheague Redmen 18, Valley Cavetown 2: Justin Lee tossed a four-hitter and added three hits to lead Conococheague. Bucky Hilliard, Eric Presgraves and Ryan Fisher had four hits apiece for Conococheague. Travis Bloom led Valley with two hits.

Conococheague plays at Clear Spring in the final today at 11 a.m.

Senior Interleague

Valley NARG 3, Clear Spring Wilson 2: Mike Smith had the game-winning single in the top of the sixth to lead Valley. Valley pitcher Adam Dick fired a five-hitter with 11 strikeouts. Todd McCall and Travis Barnhart combined on a five-hitter with 12 strikeouts for Clear Spring. Aaron Beard had two hits for Clear Spring.

South Mountain Little League

Lions 7, Reese's 5: Brian Toms had three doubles and Aaron Dixon had two hits for Lions. Jimmy Griffin had three hits for Reese's.

Nationwide 6, Optimist 2: Chris Cannon and Jay Love combined on a one-hitter while striking out 12 for unbeaten Nationwide. Corey Robinson had two hits. Josh Lewis struck out six for Optimist.

Wash. Co. Girls Softball

El Paso 24, BJ's 8: Amanda McCue and Jamie Fowler combined on a two-hitter and Fowler had three hits to lead El Paso in the league tournament. Jennifer Davalos, Brianne Jamison and Kara Williamson all had two hits for El Paso.

Clear Spring Fire Company 20, Boonsboro Produce 10: Lindsey Resh, Jennifer Wood and Kati Bishop each went 3-for-3 with a double and Terri Gordan, Heather Stamper and Heide Stamper each went 2-for-3.

4-Star 10, Halfway Electric 7: Kim Horchner, Lea Drury and Lindsay Anderson each had two hits to lead 4-Star. Courtney Hutchinson and Shaina Stouffer had two hits apiece for Halfway Electric. Hutchinson also homered.


Hagerstown Church League

Nazarene 21, Hagerstown Church of the Brethren 20: Brian Lovins had five hits to lead Nazarene. Bobby Bertuca and Steve Kessell had four hits each for Nazarene. Bill Peterson had three hits, while Sean Peterson homered for Nazarene.

Gateway 33, St. Mark's 5: Tim Hose had six hits, Brian Starliper had five and Dave Heidtke had four for Gateway.

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