Local roundup from Sunday

March 06, 2000


Charlie Schaffer, Marvin Winters, Jeff Bennett and Marcus Van Meter all posted wins in the second week of racing at Hagerstown Speedway on Sunday.

Schaffer won the 25-lap Late Model race, taking home $1,250. Roy Deese Jr. was second.

Winters won the 20-lap Late Model Sportsman with Mike Yeakle coming in second place.

Bennett won the 15-lap V-8 Pure Stock with Eugene Conlee finishing second.

Van Meter won the 10-lap 4-cylinder with Ronnie Buck taking second.

Hagerstown Speedway

25-lap Late Model

1. Charlie Schaffer, Roy Deese Jr., 3. Booper Bare, 4. Rodney Sweitler, 5. Andy Anderson, 6. Bo Feathers, 7. C.S. Fitzgerald, 8. Scott Havs, 9. Jeff Robinson, 10. John Mason, 11. Doug Burkholder, 12. Rick Workman, 13. Frankie Plessinger, 14. Allen Brannon, 15. Harold Dorsey, 16. Sean Cosgrove, 17. Alan Sagl, 18. Mike Lupfer, 19. Andy Fries, 20. Buck Tomblin, 21. Gary Stuhler, 22. Jeremy Miller, 23. D.J. Myers, 24. Brent Smith, 25. Rodney Franklin.


20-lap Late Model Sportsman

1. Marvin Winters, 2. Mike Yeakle, 3. Daryl Kendall, 4. Wayne Walls, 5. Devis Friese, 6. Darryl Burkholder, 7. Richard Clip, 8. Richard Walls, 9. Paul Crowl, 10. Bob Frisse, 11. George Farlling, 12, Kelly Putz, 13. Andrew Fertig, 14. Donnie Farlling.

15-lap V-8 Pure Stock

1. Jeff Bennett, 2. Eugene Conlee, 3. Pappy Cunningham, 4. Gary Calimeri Jr., 5. Keith Reed, 6. Bruce Leibowitz, 7. Kenny Dillon, 8, Kevin Price, 9. Andrew Frustani, 10. Jeff Johnson, 11. Steve Long, 12. Ronnie Dennis, 13. Rick Stouffer.

10-lap 4-cylinder

1. Marcus Van Meter, 2. Ronnie Buck, 3. George Gunter, 4. Dustin Hollinger, 5. Andy Holmes, 6. Ashley Gordon, 7. Larry Baker II, 8. Robert Holmes, 9. Jerry Fifield, 10. Glen Gipe, 11. Bud Hopple, 12. J.T. Spence, 13. Sean Dawson, 14. Dean Holmes, 15. Sunny Williamson, 16. Tommy Jerin.


Shenandoah 77, HVA 52

Highland View Academy closed its season with an 8-15 record.


Oston 14, McEwon 14, Baistle 8, Cosey 16, Fox 10, Jamen 8, Bryan 5, Jackson 2. Totals 35 2-4 77


Green 6, Edwards 4, Young 2, Wise 8, Medina 2, Mataya 2, Iverson 2. Totals 19 9-13 52.



Three-point goals - Shenandoah 3 (Oston 2, Bryan), HVA 5 (Green 2, Mataya 3).


WVW 12-10, FSU 1-7

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. - West Virginia Wesleyan's Joel Rasor carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning of Game 1 of the doubleheader and the Bobcats went on to a sweep from there.

Jim Dillon broke up the no-hitter, then went 2-for-4 with four RBIs in Game 2. Tom Shafer had two hits and Dave Sanchez had two doubles and two runs scored in the second game for Frostburg (2-5).


Shepherd sweeps pair

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - The Rams started their 2000 season Saturday with a doubleheader sweep of Washington College, claiming 4-2 and 7-2 wins.

Anna Shelton had two hits to lead Shepherd in Game 1. The Rams scored three runs in the fifth inning, while Kate Allnutt pitched a complete-game five-hitter.

Shepherd scored four runs in the first inning of Game 2, and Jill Hood, Nicole Gantt and Shea Sirbaugh all scored two runs in the nightcap.

Game 1

Shepherd 4, Washington 2



Weisbrod and Allebach. Allnutt and Shelton. WP - Allnutt (1-0). LP - Weisbrod (0-1).

Game 2

Shepherd 7, Washington 2



Bahus, Davis (4) and Allebach, Hood and Shelton. WP - Hood (1-0). LP - Bahus (0-1).


UMBC bombs Mount

EMMITTSBURG, Md. - Behind five goals and two assists from sophomore Collin Meerholz, UMBC cruised to an easy victory over Mt. St. Mary's on Saturday. Senior Dan Marohl scored four goals and added one assist as UMBC evened their record at 1-1.

Mt. St. Mary's (0-3) started the game with a 2-0 lead, but UMBC quickly took control, going on a 6-0 run and heading into halftime with an 11-5 lead.

Trevor Harvey and Brian Cox lead Mt. St. Mary's with three goals apiece.


Alampiev qualifies

Dennis Alampiev, a junior at American University, has qualified for the Division I national championships on March 16-18 in St. Louis. Alampiev, a former Russian exchange student, wrestled at Waynesboro High School in 1996-97.

Alampiev won the 165-pound title in the Colonial Athletic Association tournament on Saturday.

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