Wednesday's youth, adult roundup

July 29, 1999


River City Classic

Sharpsburg 12, Clear Spring 2: Josh Myers pitched a complete game and tripled for Sharpsburg. Andrew Blickenstaff had two hits for Clear Spring.

South Mountain 15, West End 9: Aaron Dixon, Rick Tonetti, Cameron Shifler and Brandon Rohrer had two hits for South Mountain. Dustin Boward and Henry Fitzgerald had two hits for West End.

Paul Brandenburg Tournament

South Mountain 6, Conococheague 4: Chris Easterday and Mike Coe combined on a five-hitter with seven strikeouts, while Timmy Lowery had two hits for Conococheague.


American 15, Brunswick 5: Tyler Ernde and A.J. Lockley combined on a one-hitter to lead American. Anthony Lee, James Cooley and Shelley Bucklew had two hits.

Adam Kees Tournament

West End 19, Clear Spring 1: Tyler Cauffman and Corey Bricker combined on a two-hitter, while Jason Curry had three hits for West End. D.J. Davis and Tyler Ware both scored three runs.

American 12, National 3: Joshua Gay and James Price both had three hits, and both homered to lead American. Felix Jacobson had three hits, while John Brandi added two. Price and Gay combined on a four-hitter in the win.

Region Colt Tournament

The Region Colt Tournament begins Friday at the Hagerstown Colt League field at Hellane Park. Cincinnati plays Anne Arundel at 6 p.m., followed by Hagerstown A and Washington, Pa., at 8:30.


Hub City/Pinesburg Softball

Moose 2462 18, Lenox 3: Brian Thomas had four hits, while Kevin Kretzer, Rounder Knable, K.C Hutzell and Ed Bentz all had three hits for Moose 2462.

Hagerstown Billiards and Cafe/Adam's Pizza 38, Dual Highway Motors 13: Scott Remsburg had five hits, including two homers, to lead Hagerstown Billiards. Danny Berg had five hits, including a homer, Mike Green had five hits, Dewey Whitmore, Donnie Blickenstaff and Denny Bryan, Mook Malloy had four hits, Jeff Hetzer and Brian Koontz had three hits, including homers, while Leon Allen and Alan Largent had three hits for the winners. Jeff Pearle had three hits, including a homer, while Rick Bean had three hits for Dual Highway Motors.

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