District 1 Senior League Tournament
Clear Spring 5, Valley 2: Joe Williamson combined with Josh Barnhart on a one-hitter and had three hits to lead Clear Spring.
Conococheague 14, South County 3: Regis Line threw a four-hitter and he and Donnie Gordon homered to lead Concocheague. John Griffith and Gordon each had three hits and Line had two hits.
FOP 17, Troopers 14: Ben Jordan had three hits, including a grand slam, and Derek St. Clair had two hits and four RBIs to lead FOP. Charlie Carpenter added two hits and two RBIs. Steve Weaver had two hits, including a three-run homer, while William Mulieri and Phil Saloom added two hits each for Troopers. Brett Anderson drove in three runs.
UAW 3, Jeter 2: Chris Schildt struck out five in relief to get the win, and Cole Bellon had a two-run homer in his three hits as UAW took a 1-0 lead in the league championship series. Matt Allen homered and Keith Overdorff struck out 13 for Jeter.
Hagerstown Colt League
Eagles 7, Elks 6: Joe McGhee had three hits, including a home run, and Joe Widmyer also homered to lead Eagles to an eight-inning victory in the final game of the league championship series. Jake Marquis and Mitchell Hardy both had two hits for Elks.
* ADULT LEAGUES
Hagerstown Area Church League
Blue 16, Gray 5 (All-Star Game): John Kennedy, Dan Hardy and Howard Metger had three hits each to lead the Blue to a victory. Todd Dunkle homered for the Gray.
Pick's Place/Worth wins qualifier: Pick's Place/Worth Sports went 6-0 over the holiday weekend to win the Salem (Va.) Fairs A-B Tournament and qualify for the USSSA World Series later this year. The team, which had eight players bat over .600 for the tournament, defeated Jimmy's Auto 25-7 in the final.
Eddie's/South End win at Pinesburg: Eddie's/South End Tavern defeated Yellow Cab of York, Pa., 17-10 in the final to win the Pinesburg Fourth of July Tournament. Mike Shingleton, Jeremy Keckler, Dewayne Curry and Johnny Bowers all hit above .650 for the champs.
Pair share lead in Mack League
Sal DeMartino and Cliff Emley are tied with 75 overall points to share the lead after the first half fo the Golden Bulldogs Retirees 9-Hole Golf League season.
Joe Rulewich is third by one point while Jim Lemmert follows with 70 point, Bob Bare with 66 and Bill Ford with 62 for the league played at Hagerstown Municipal Golf Course
Larry Kreps carries the league's best average at 39, followed by Forrd, Bob Cobb and Charlie Morris at 40 and John Bailey, Jim Myers and Frank Timmins at 42.