Area roundup from Sunday

May 21, 2000


Hagerstown Colt League

UAW 4, FOP 3: Justin Anthony had two hits for FOP.

VFW 5, UAW 1: Tony Nalley had two hits for UAW.

Eagles 15, Elks 4: Milton Stamper had three hits, Matt Mastiano and Charles Clark had two hits for Eagles. Adam Dick had three hits and David Line had two hits for Elks.

Wash. Co. Babe Ruth

GVAA2 5, ProFab 4

Clear Spring Little league

Cubs 15, Reds 14: Andrew Blickenstaff went 6-for-6, with the game-winning RBI, Bobby Miller had three hits and Josh McPherson had two hits for the Cubs. Chipper Mellott and Brett Turner had two hits for the Reds.


Halfway Little league

Hoffman Auto 8, Gehr 7: Derek Hadley hit an inside-the-par home run for Hoffman.

Halfway Senior League

Elks 7-6, Beaver 4-9: Brian Royce had three hits and Derek St. Clair had two hits for Elks in the continuation game. Nathan Mose and Mike Griffee had two hits for Beaver and Brandon Ashby and Adam Kay had two hits for Elks in the second game.

Smithsburg Little Sluggers

Lewis Orchards 8, Lions 1: Abe Nehemias, Theo Nehemias and Brandon Shaffer had two hits and Abe Nehemias, Matt Shriver and Jake Staebler combined to strike out 15 to lead Lewis Orchards.

West End Little League

AFL-CIO 4, VFW 2: Alex Tyler had 10 strikeouts and allowed two hits pitching ALF-CIO to the first-half title. Matt Murray had a home run, struck out 12 and allowed four hits for VFW.

Home Run Derby: Matt Murray hit 15 to win the 12-year-old division and Brandon Norris hit three to win the 11-year-old division.

District 1 Big League

Big A Auto Parts (Maugansville) 14-15, FOP (South Co.) 7-7: Josh Houser and Jacob Swain combined on a four-hitter, striking out seven in the first game for Big A. Bo Repp, Swain, Dustin Short and Houser had two hits for Big A. Short was the winner in the second game, allowing four hits and striking out five. Chris Fox had three hits, including a home run, Jason Litten had two hits, including a home run, and Steve Cromer and Rocky DiCola had three hits for Big A. Danny Landsman had two hits for FOP in each game.


Pinesburg Softball

FREDERICK, Md. - NML/Shooters went 6-1 to win a berth in the ISA World Series in Marietta, Ga. on Aug. 25-27. Scott Slocumb (.813), Steve Hartle (.812), Doc Butts (.737), Darrin Stottylemyre (.706), Bobby Knable (.667) and Randy Herbert (.667.) were the top hitters.

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