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Local roundup July 11

July 11, 1999

* AMERICAN LEGION




Funkstown 12, Cumberland 9

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Frank Linton hit a three-run home run and knocked in five runs helping Funkstown improve to 19-12 on Sunday. Aaron Showe had three hits and an RBI, Matt Jenkins had two hits and two RBIs and Dustin French had two hits and one RBI.

Mount Airy 13, Williamsport 12

MOUNT AIRY, Md. - Mount Airy scored five unearned runs on four Williamsport errors in the bottom of the ninth for a Western Maryland District victory.

Les Martin had four hits and two RBIs and Matt Bowman had three hits and two RBIs for Williamsport (17-9, 2-4).

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* YOUTH LEAGUES




Hagerstown PONY League

Hagerstown A 13, Hagerstown B 10: Jeremy Everitts had four hits, Ben Jordan had three hits and three RBIs, Kyle Robinson had two hits and five RBIs, Bryson Appel had two hits and Matt Petro had two RBIs to lead Hagerstown A to the district 13-year-old championship. Will Mulieri had two hits, including a three-run homer, for Hagerstown B.

Hagerstown Colt League

Hagerstown 12, South Adams, Pa. 2: Hagerstown swept the Palomino Series as Matt Jenkins and P.J. Hiser had two hits and a home run each. They will next play in the region tournament in Butler, Pa.

District 1 Junior League

Maugansville 13, Clear Spring 9: Ben Lloyd had two hits, four RBIs and scored three runs and Mike Wagner had three hits for Maugansville, unbeaten in the tournament. Corey McCarthy had two hits and three runs scored for Clear Spring.

* ADULT LEAGUE




Pinesburg-Hub City softball

Pick's Place/Worth Sports defeated Coors Light of Northern Virginia, 28-20, to win the NSA Super B Class in the Worth Invitational at Washington, D.C. It marked coach Dick Montgomery's 200th tournament victory in 23 years.

The victory qualifies Pick's Place/Worth Sports for the Super B World Series, Oct. 9-13, in Sacramento, Calif.

Co-MVPs Rocky Wills (.769 batting average) and Alan Harsh (.750) led Pick's Place/Worth Sports to its fifth tournament victory of the year. Also hitting .600 or above were Bill Bakner, Jeff Reynolds, Curty Myers, Rich Grove and Glen Himes.

* BRIEF




Hagerstown youth wins track titles

EMMITSBURG, Md. - Brett Morell of Hagerstown won the pentathlon and 200-meter hurdles in the 13-14 age group at the Amateur Athletic Union Region II Track and Field Championships, this weekend, at Mount Saint Mary's College.

Morrell scored 3,822 points in the pentathlon. He also placed third in the 100-meter hurdles and fifth in the shot put.

He will compete in the AAU Junior Olympics in Cleveland, July 27-Aug. 7, in the pentathlon, 100- and 200-meter hurdles.

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