Monday's local roundup

August 09, 1999

Junior Golf Tournament

Steven Miles defeated Justin Young on the third playoff hole to win the 18-hole championship of the Washington County Junior Golf Tournament at the Beaver Creek Country Club on Monday. Miles was tied with Young and Ashley Grier with a score of 90 after regulation. Grier dropped out after the second playoff hole All three players were awarded $500 scholarships.

In the 9-hole Championship Jamie Grossnickle took the victory with a 43. Finishing second was Zach Savell shooting a 44 and tied for third place was Matt Bellon and Tim Kamas with a 46.

Forty players competed in the two championship. The top three 16-18 year-olds and the top three 14-15 year-olds qualified to play in the Tournament of Champions at Beaver Creek next Monday at 8:30 a.m.


Miles qualified by winning the Tri-State Tournament at Black Rock last month. He will join the six other qualifiers from the Washington County Junior Golf Association:

16-18 yr. olds: Justin Young, Jesse Hoffman and Bryan Markell. 14-15 yr. olds: Ashley Grier, Jamie Grossnickle and Zach Savell.

Today is the Media Tournament at Beaver Creek at 9:30 a.m. Four teams from the Herald-Mail, two teams from WCRH, and a team from WJEJ will be competing.


Jeremy K. Smith Tournament

South Mountain 7, Valley 2: Branden Rohrer had three hits, Cameron Shifler, Allen Beard, Josh Anders and Daniel Perkins had two hits and Aaron Dixon pitched a complete game for South Mountain. Jeremy Martin had two hits for Valley. The two teams meet again tonight for the championship.

Thomas Evans Tournament

West End 21, Halfway 12: Alex Taylor led with four hits while Ellis Fennell, Brian Kridler and Dwayne Weaver all had three hits and Dustin Hines had two hits for West End. Andrew Duff, Matt Weber and James Knable all had two hits each for Halfway.

South Mountain 19, Conococheague 5: Travis Hahn and Greg Eichelberger had three hits apiece while Danny Stitely, Travis Donini and Nick Knowles had two hits each for South Mountain.

Maugansville 16, West End 3: A.J. Plume led Maugansville with three hits while Devin Wiles, Buck Horst and Brandon Glazer had two hits each.


Pinesburg/ Hub City Softball

Moose 16, Rapid Lube 5: K.C. Hutzell, Brian Thomas, Willie Myers, Mike McCauley and J.R. Burger all had three hits to lead Moose.

Stouffer's 38, Lenox 30: Donnie Stouffer, Dave Stouffer and Pork Knable all had six hits while Dave Anderson, Ken McAllister, Bobby Knable and Nathan Ebersole had five hits each. Both Knables, Rick Rostek, McAllister and Travis Keefer all homered for Stouffer's.

Hagerstown Billiards and Cage/Adam's Pizza 28, Timbrook's 6: Leon Allen had four hits, Brian Koontz, Donnie Blickenstaff and Mook Malloy all had three hits apiece. Danny Berg had three hits, including two home runs, and Mike Green also had three hits including a homer. Denny Bryan, Joey Springer and Scott Remsberg all had two hits each for Hagerstown Billards and Cafe/Adam's Pizza.

J & W Mechanical 30, Reps 5: John Taylor, Brian Conrad and Adam Moore all had four hits apiece and Jeff Seilhamer, Craig Petty and Rob Hannon had three hits for J&W Mechanical.

Talley Metals 21, Osborne/Wilbert 15: Jeff Myers and Jeff Hamilton both had four hits to lead Talley Metals while Scott Berger, Buck Waters and Marv Miller each had three hits. Scott Nicewarner, Ronnie Shumaker, Marv Miller and Rob Beard all homered.

Hagerstown Area Church Softball

St. Marks Lutheran 25, Tri-State Church of God 10: Win Roby, Daryl Anderson and Tommy Moser all homered while Howard Metger had four hits and Dennis Mroz had three to lead St. Marks. John Kauffman Jr. went 4-for-5 with five RBIs.

Christ Reformed/St. James Brethern 15, Bethel Assembly of God 2: Jeff Housel went 6-for-6 for Christ Reformed/St. James Brethern.



The Smithsburg golf team will meet for practice from 9-11 a.m. Monday at Yingling's Golf Center.

Mens/Womens Softball

The Tri-State Merchants Softball Team All-Night Tournament is Friday at the Berkeley Springs Complex. The first eight men's and women's teams will play bracket ball. There is a $125 entry fee and cash prizes will be awarded. For info call Eugene Ward at 717-294-6629.

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