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Local roundup

July 19, 1999

* YOUTH LEAGUES

11-12-year-old Little League

Oakland 14, South Mountain 10: Winning pitcher Aaron Louden had two hits to lead Oakland to victory over South Mountain.

Chad Everd had two hits, including a home run, and Tyler Livingood also homered. Brad Reese added three hits.

Sean Rose hit a home run for South Mountain and Jay Love had three hits, while Brandon Painter and Chris Cannon added two hits each.

13-year-old PONY League All-Stars

Hagerstown 21, Hopwood, Pa. 5: Josh Mitchell had three hits, including the only home run of the tournament, to lead Hagerstown.

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Brad Stottlemeyer and Jeremy Everitts also had three hits, while Kyle Robinson and T.J. Hose added two. Hose also tossed a five-hitter.

The victory qualified Hagerstown for the regional tournament in East Liverpool, Ohio.




* ADULT LEAGUES

Hagerstown Church Softball League

Grace 14, St. Marks 2: Pat Hatfield had four hits to lead Grace to victory. Bobby Miller and Brian Allen added three hits.

Gateway Ministry 10, B.U.M. 4: Kevin Hose led Gateway with four hits, while Ed Martin added three hits.

St. James Bretheren 28, Hagerstown Church of the Bretheren 20: Alan Moore had four hits, Josh Houser had three hits and John and David Taylor had two hits apiece for St. James. Joe Dorsey hit two grand slams for Hagerstown.

Hub City/Pinesburg Softball League

Firestone 18, Dual Highway Motors 9: Jay Hammond and Todd Smith combined for six hits. Travis Twigg, Hoyt Cheaney, and Dave Ecton each hit home runs.

Osborne/Richards Wilbert 13, Rapid Lube 9: Blaine Smith had four hits, while Brian Lewis, Ed Ernst, Scott Osborne and Jim Mitchell all had three hits for Osborne.

Moose 14, J&W Mechanical 13: Kevin Weddle and Chuck Kretzer each had five hits and J.R. Berger and Rocky Bishop had four hits apiece.

Lenox 28, Freddie's 17: Rodney Heller, Dale Hess and Dave Barnes had fours hits. Barnes hit a home run, as did Nomar Michaels.

Gold's Gym 18, Ollie's 8: Ryan Wilson had four hits, including two home runs, and Joey Reed, Brad Harvey and Sid Shupp had three hits apiece.

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