Friday's Youth & Adult Roundup

July 23, 1999


Hagerstown PONY 13-year old East Zone Tournament

East Liverpool, Ohio

Hagerstown 3, Canfield (Ohio) 1: Craig Henson, T.J. Hose and Ben Jordan combined on a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts to lead Hagerstown. Josh Mitchell had two hits. Hagerstown returns to action today at 6 p.m. in a winners' bracket game.

Chambersburg PONY 14-Year-Old Sectional Tournament

Greenvillage, Pa.

Mid Maryland 5, Hagerstown 4: Nick Dutrow had two hits to lead Mid Maryland. Jeff Decker, Aaron Davis and Matt Allen had two hits, while Matt Mastiano went 3-for-4 for Hagerstown.

Washington County Girls Softball

Williamsport Redmen 2, Post 202 1: Shannon Smiles struck out 10 to earn the win, while Amy Bolinger drove in the winning run for Williamsport Redmen.


Hagerstown COLT League Sectional Tournament

Anne Arundel 13, Middletown 6: John Fields had four hits, Justin Burns and Ken Rzepkowski had three hits, while Greg Hannack had two hits for Anne Arundel. Ryan McQuillen and Willie Brandenburg both had two hits for Middletown.

Hagerstown B 6, North Glenn 0: Jake Marquis threw a two-hitter with 12 strikeouts, while Frankie McAllister had two hits for Hagerstown B. James Byus had both hits for North Glenn.

Junior League Sectionals

Thurmont 16, Maugansville 6: Aaron Perez had three hits and Jimmy Swanson had two hits and three RBIs to lead Thurmont. Tim Koontz had two hits and two RBIs, while Sean Palmer had two hits for Maugansville.


Halfway Morning Softball

MCI Classic Upholstry and Glass Company 17, RCI 16: Jimmy Taylor hit the game-winning sacrifice fly for MCI. Duke Scott had three hits, including a homer, Tim Leather went 4-for-4, while Willie Vinson had three hits for MCI.

Hagerstown Church League Softball

New Life 19, St. Mark's 16: Steve Pryor had four hits, Bill Durbarow added three hits, while Bill Childers, Larry Myers, and Arley McNeill added two hits each for New Life.

Gateway 16, Nazarene 9: Randy Edwards, Kevin Hose, Frank Yost and Tommy Reilly all had three hits for Gateway. Darryl Lyles added two homers.

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