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Local roundup from Sunday

July 25, 1999

* YOUTH LEAGUES




13-14 PONY League

EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio - T.J. Hose threw a five-hitter with five strikeouts to lead the Hagerstown Pony League 13-year-old All-Stars to a 5-4 win over Washington (Pa.) to win the East Zone championship on Sunday.

The zone championship is the last tournament the team will play this year. The next step would be the World Series, but Pony League does not yet have a 13-year-old series.

"We're just tickled to death," said Hagerstown coach Rick Suder, who coached the Hagerstown 14-year-olds to the PONY World Series championship game four years ago. "It's not the World Series, but any time you enter a tournament and play it out to the end and win it, it's a good feeling."

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Brad Stottlemyer had a pair of doubles and Jeremy Everitts added two hits for Hagerstown.

15-16 Colt League

Anne Arundel, Md. 6, Hagerstown 'B' 0: Anne Arundel advanced to the regional tournament with the win.

South Co. Junior League

McClellan's Gun Club 11, FOP 5: Patrick Horley pitched a four-hitter, Mike Thomas had four hits, Brandan Vaughn, Justin Knight, Will Straw and Harley had two hits for McClellan. Bryan Ross homered and Dan Wisner added two hits for FOP.

River City Classic

South Mountain 12, Halfway 3: Bryant Curray had two hits for Halfway.

West End 7, Clear Spring 6: Tyler Shiffler had three hits for West End. Nathan Mills had three hits and Andrew Blickenstaff and Steven Temple had two hits apiece for Clear Spring.

American 10, Maugansville 7: American eliminated Maugansville by holding them scoreless in the final three innings. Lukas Lichtenberg and James Scott had two hits apiece for American and Mike Twigg had two hits for Maugansville.

Brandenburg Memorial

Valley 9, Federal 8: Dennis Kerling had three hits and Jimmy Hill had two for Federal.

Halfway 7, American 6: Josh Cline had two hits to lead Halfway.

Brunswick 17, Hancock 3: Ricky Dayton threw a three-hitter with eight strikeouts and helped his cause with a home run for Brunswick. Corey Bland also homered, while Dayton and Tyler Teegarden had two hits apiece.

South Mountain 11, Hancock 0: Mike Coe threw a perfect game striking out 15 in a six-inning contest.

* ADULT LEAGUES




Pinesburg Softball

Pick's Place/Worth Sports won the Maryland State ASA Class B championship in Westminster, defeating Powerflight of Montgomery County, 21-4 in final.

Pick's was led by MVP Steve McKimmy. Rick Grove, Rocky Wills, Mike Saltz, John Hartle, Alan Harsh and Billy Bakner were named to the All-State team.

Adam's Pizza/Hagerstown Billards and Cafe finished second in the NSA Class E State Tournament. They qualify for the World Series in Salem, Va., on Sept. 17-19. Denny Bryan hit over .700, Jeff Hetzer and Mook Malloy hit over .600 and Dewey Whitmore hit .500.

* BRIEF




Local women place in race

YORK, Pa. - Maria Pazarentzos, Hagerstown, finished second in the women's division of the 21st annual York/Bon Ton 5-Mile race. Her time was 28:50. Sharon Webb, also of Hagerstown, finished 31st in 32:10. Both runners represent the Cumberland Valley Running Club.

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