Hawks win on diamond

April 02, 2000


Hagerstown Community College banged out 16 hits while defeating Montgomery Rockville 15-5 on Sunday.

Norris Roy led the hit parade with four, including two doubles, and he had two RBI. Doug Wynkoop and Brooks Williams had three hits, including a double, and three RBI and Mike Truett had two hits, including a triple, for HCC (3-5).

Among all that hitting, HCC also got a solid relief pitching performance from Nathan Butts. He struck out five of the batters he faced in the final three innings to raise his record to 1-1.



Zwirezki and Humphrey; Squibb, Butts (5) and Wynkoop; W-Butts (1-1); L-Zwirezki.

Shepherd 7, Bridgewater 5

BRIDGEWATER, Va. - Chris Black broke an eighth-inning tie with an RBI single and scored on Adam Straskulic's second double of the game as Shepherd rallied past Bridgewater.


Straskulic finished with three hits and two RBI. Black and Brian Tozer, who also had an RBI single in the eighth, had two hits and two RBI apiece.

Relief pitcher Jason Walter allowed one hit over the final 2 2/3 innings to pick up the win for the Rams (10-10).



Miller, Runkles (5), Walter (7) and Tozer; Shrader, Gebhart (7), Null (7), Morris (8) and Anderson. W-Walter; L-Null.

C. Conn. 10-10, Mount 3-9

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. - Mount St. Mary's dropped a Northeast Conference doubleheader falling to 9-19, 0-5.


Salem-Teikyo 6-12, Shepherd 0-4

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd never had the lead in either game of a West Virginia Conference twinbill loss to Salem-Teikyo.

Shepherd (11-7, 6-4) had four hits in a shutout loss in the first game and trailed 12-1 before scoring three runs in the fifth inning of the second game.

Game One



Simmons and Kesterson; Allnutt and Shelton; W-Simmons; L-Allnutt (1-4).

Game Two



Simmons and Bertzel; Hood and Shelton; W-Simmons; L-Hood (3-3).


HCC wins relays

RALEIGH, N.C. - The Hagerstown Community College women's 4 x 400 relay team qualified for the national junior college championships on Saturday by winning its event in a time of 4 minutes, 3.89 seconds in the Addidas Raleigh Relays at North Carolina State University.

The team of Renata White, Serena Wheeler, Erica McCann and Tieeshia Jones earned the right to compete at the national meet outside of St. Louis, Mo., at the end of the season.

HCC's 4x800 men's relay team, the top-ranked team in the nation, lowered its best time while winning the event. The team of Corey McClinton, John McKinley, Chris Pereschuk and Justin Ward clocked in at 7:49.12.


Hill School 7-7, M'burg 2-14

POTTSTOWN, Pa. - David Cline went 5-for-6 with four RBIs, including two doubles, to help Mercersburg Academy (1-1) split a season-opening doubleheader against The Hill School on Saturday.

Mike Flanagan slugged a three-run homer during the second-game victory for Mercersburg Academy.


Mercersburg 7, HVA 2

Maria Nevarez scored twice and five other Mercersburg players scored once to give the Blue Storm (1-1) its first win of the season. Melanie Johnson held a shutout for 70 minutes before coming out of the game for Mercersburg.

Joey Keyser scored twice for Highland View in its season opener.


Waynesboro wins tourney

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Waynesboro' won its inaugural tournament on Saturday.

Waynesboro defeated Big Spring 3-2 in the championship game. Courtney Cline scored two goals and Jenn Horton added the other.

Waynesboro defeated James Buchanan in the semifinals, 8-0. Cline had three goals, Horton had two and Emily Shockey, Kristen Adams and Liz Wishard each had one goal.

Rachel Mahr and Dee Brown shared the shutout.

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