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Saturday's area roundup

July 22, 2000

Saturday's Area Roundup



* YOUTH LEAGUES

Wash. County Girls Softball



Aladdin Awards won the season-ending tournament by beating Snickers 12-1 and sweeping Bowman, 11-3 and 6-4.

Emilie Bonano led Aladdin with an .860 batting average in the three games. Kelsi Waltemire hit .800, Emily Middlekauff batted .700 and Christina Embly hit .620. Ashley Palmer was the winning pitcher in all three games.

River City Classic

National 7, Conococheague 5; American 12, Hancock 2; South Mountain 12, Clear Spring 2; West End 8, Federal 3; Maugansville 9, Sharpsburg 0; Halfway 7, Valley 2

Pony 13-year-olds



EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio - Hagerstown won a pair of games in the opening rounds and will face Cincinnati in the third round today.

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Hagerstown 8, New Philadelphia 4: Matt Ridenour and Brett Toms each had two hits, including a homer, to lead Hagerstown. Branden Painter, Jesse Gutekunst and Leo Schill combined on a two-hitter.

Hagerstown 8, East Liverpool 1: Jay Love, David Warrenfeltz and Andy Keller combined on a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts to lead Hagerstown. Jeremy McAfee and Love each had two hits.

7-8 All-Stars



West End 12, Clear Spring 2: Aaron Stoner and Josh Smith combined on a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts to lead West End.

Sharpsburg 21, South Mountain 10: Devin Roberts had three hits to lead Sharpsburg. Dryan Cole, Logan Jamison, Travis Marshall, and Tyler Marshall all added two hits for Sharpsburg. Adam Griffith had two hits for South Mountain.

Brandenburg Tournament



Brunswick 17, Sharpsburg 2: Ethan Tome tossed a three-hitter with six strikeouts and Tony Kline had two hits to lead Brunswick.

American 11, Maugansville 8: Billy Campbell, Tara Dunham and Nick Martin combined on a five-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead American to victory. Dominique Byrd had two hits, including an inside-the-park home run, for Maugansville.

National 24, Hancock 5: Sean Athay, Scott Willis, Brittney Sigler, Robby Suddith and Lauren Morter combined on a one-hitter to lead National.

Valley 5, West End 1: Andrew Lighten hurled a two-hitter with 14 strikeouts for Valley. Joey Heatcock and John Miller combined a three-hitter with eight strikeouts in a losing cause.

Halfway 18, Conococheague 6: Brent Moats had two hits and two RBI and Josh Green added two hits to lead Halfway.

* BLUE RIDGE LEAGUE

Hagerstown 2, Martinsburg 1

J.R. Fitzwater (9-0) held Martinsburg to one run to lead the Braves (33-4, 27-2). Mike Kipe provided a sacrifice fly and Scott Frey scored on a passed ball to account for Hagerstown's runs.

Mike Wagner and Eric Sheetz combined on a three-hitter in a losing cause for the Blue Sox.

* BLUE RIDGE LEAGUE

Tavern Softball League

Old Orchard Liquors 12, The Spot 10: Scott Allen and Mike Toms had two hits and a homer to lead Old Orchard. Scott Kidd and Rick Lampard added two hits apiece.

Tru-Value 8, 40 West Lounge 5: Donovan Violet homered, while Matt Younker, Mike Younker and Monte Triggs had three hits for Tru-Value.

Xoutdoors.com 23, Quality Drywall/Sportsmen's Den 12: Bill Green, Scott Wilhide and Greg Mundey each had five hits for Xoutdoors.com. Adam McMillan and Scott Coulter homered for the winners.

Also: Texas Roadhouse 23, The Spot 17

* HOLE IN ONE

The 75-yard seventh hole at Yingling's was aced by 9-year-old Grant McWilliams on Saturday with a 9-iron. The ace was witnessed by his sister Sarah, his brother Colin and his father Dr. Wayne McWilliams.

* BRIEF

South seeks asst. coaches

South Hagerstown High School is searching for assistant coaches for the volleyball and girls soccer teams for the fall season.

Anyone interested in a position should contact principal Mike Shockey at 301-766-8369.

* TRACK & FIELD

Tom Ausherman Memorial Series at Mercersburg Academy



Female

One Mile Run (12 and Under)

1. Shannon Sager 6:38, 2. Anita Hoover 7:23, 3. Lauren Melville 7:28, 4. Katie Farrell 7:46, 5. Maria Borland 8:06, 6. Justine Wtzel 8:07, 7. Stephanie Borland 8:16, 8. Paige Fleage 8:22, 9. Andra Reed 8:28, 10. Katy Jarvis 8:45, 11. Nicole Dingle 8:47, 12. Bobie Sager 8:48, 13. Natasha Wetzel 8:52, 14. Angela Holmes 9:06, 15. Keegan Reed 10:03, 16. Kelby Reed 10:21, 17. Liane Wilson 10:54, 18. Maggie O'Connell 10:56, 19. Monica Moller 11:53, 20. Maria Jarvis 12:18.

One Mile Run (13 and Over)

1. Crystal Dick 6:30, 2. Carolyn Showalter 7:06, 3. Arti Patel 8:15, 4. Adrienne Veilleux 8:16, 5. Terry M. Seabold 8:53, 6. Molly Davis 8:54, 7. Lori Wetzel 9:33, 8. Judy Henry 10:34, 9. Ashley Starliper 13:15, 10. Margery Wilson 13:15.

Two Mile Run

1. Susan Grady 13:10, 2. Lindsay Ausherman 13:52, 3. Beth Armstrong 13:52, 4. Heather Kemerer 14:10, 5. Crystal Dick 14:17, 6. Carolyn Showalter 14:20, 7. Maureen Glah 14:33, 8. Lindsay Zerance 14:34, 9. Melissa St. Clair 14:34, 10. Nicole Zach 14:39, 11. Jen Wetzel 14:44, 12. Stephanie Kurtz 14:56, 13. Lauren Wlazlowski 15:55, 14. Abigail Kirk 16:05, 15. Maria Hoover 17:36.

Male

One Mile Run (12 and Under)

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