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Local roundup

April 05, 2002

PREP BASEBALL


BRUNSWICK, Md. - Preston Tarleton's two-out double in the bottom of the sixth drove in the tying and game-winning runs as No. 8 Brunswick got a key win in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League with a 5-4 victory over No. 3 Walkersville on Thursday afternoon.

The Lions (3-2, 0-2) went for the tying run in the top of the seventh inning, but Brunswick center fielder Wayne Toms threw out Alex Dub at the plate to end the rally. Pat Blake and Dub both finished with two hits.

For Brunswick (3-2, 2-1), Toms, Brian Baugher and Danny Baugher all finished with two hits.

Walkersville 000 040 0 - 4 7 1

Brunswick 020 012 x- 5 11 3

Mullinix, Kidwell (5) and Dub, Dorsey (1). B. Baugher and Bowman. WP-B. Baugher (2-0). LP-Kidwell (1-1).

No. 2 Jefferson 16, B. Springs 6


SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Justin Dailey hit a three-run inside-the-park homer and scored three times as the Cougars cruised. Dailey, Donell Lee and Kevin McLaughlin finished with two hits and Lee, Denny Hartlove and Brad Williams drove in two runs each for Jefferson (10-2). Lee also stole three bases.

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Berk. Springs 320 01 - 6 5 2

Jefferson 223 63 - 16 12 3

None out when final run scored.

Potter, Swink (4) and Schetrompf. Osbourn and Noll, Davis (4). WP-Osbourn (1-0). LP-Potter (0-1). HR-J: Dailey (4th, two on).

Middletown 8, Williamsport 1


MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Willie Brandenburg struck out 10 in his second complete game of the season, but the Wildcats broke up his shutout in the seventh inning of an MVAL win.

Marc Crawford also had two hits for Middletown (3-4, 2-3). Eddie Martin walked and scored in the seventh for Williamsport (4-2, 2-2), which is without Matt Allen for three games because of a wrestling tournament in Ohio.

Williamsport 000 000 1 - 1 1 3

Middletown 300 401 x - 8 6 2

Bowers, Mills (4) and Small. Brandenburg and Haertell. WP-Brandenburg (2-0). LP-Bowers (1-1).

Catoctin 9, Smithsburg 6


THURMONT, Md. - For the second straight game, the Cougars opened with a huge inning, but didn't need a last-inning comeback this time in the MVAL. Danny Novak had three hits, including a triple, and Jason Johnson had a bases-loaded double in the first, finishing with two hits. Justus Yokum also had two hits for Catoctin (3-3, 3-1).

For Smithsburg (1-3, 1-3), Gerry Spessard homered, while David Gouff and T.J. Bowser had two hits each. Bowser also had two RBI.

Smithsburg 002 201 1 - 6 7 2

Catoctin 900 000 x - 9 10 5

Smith, Vierra (1) and Dick; Legore, Swanson (6), Kaleo (7) and Nesbitt, Ausherman (6), Nesbitt (7). WP-Legore (1-0). L-Smith (1-1). S-Kaleo (1). HR-S: Spessard (7th, none on).

North 10, FSK 9


Matt Tedrick's bloop single in the bottom of the seventh inning gave the Hubs a win in the MVAL after they blew a five-run lead. With two outs in the seventh, T.J. Hose doubled and Matt Johnson was intentionally walked to set up Tedrick's heroics.

Hose finished with three doubles, while Tedrick and Johnson both went 3-for-4 with two RBI for North (2-4, 2-2). Jesse Bennaka staked the Hubs to an early lead with a third-inning grand slam. Cole Bellon struck out nine in five innings, but got no decision.

FSK 201 104 1 - 9 11 3

North 015 210 1 - 10 14 2

Rebette and Morningstar. Bellon, Robinson (6), Hose (7) and Carbaugh. WP-Hose (1-2). LP-Rebette. HR-N: Bennaka (3rd, three on).

Hancock 13, Broadfording 3


HANCOCK - Chris Robair had three hits and drove in two and also got his second pitching win of the season to lead the Panthers. Josh Ruppenthal, Brandon Fling and Jeff Willison all had two hits and two RBI for Hancock (3-2). Josh Bakner homered in the fourth for Broadfording (2-0).

Broadfording 020 10 - 3 3 2

Hancock 240 34 - 13 13 1

One out when final run scored.

Jon Bishop, Koontz (4) and Koontz, Bishop (4). Robair and Younker. WP-Robair (2-0). LP-Bishop. HR-B: Bakner (4th, none on).

Southern Nash (N.C.) 6, Goretti 3


TARBORO, N.C. - Josh Carter struck out nine in eight innings, but the Gaels fell in the ninth inning of another showcase game at the Tarboro Tournament.

Carter also doubled and scored in the second and was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded for an RBI in the third for Goretti (3-4). Justin Staubs followed with a bases-loaded walk for the Gaels, who got just three hits in the game.

S. Nash 100 200 003 - 6 9 2

Goretti 012 000 000 - 3 3 0

B. Hager, T. Evans (9) and L. Howard. Carter, Kellinger (9) and Staubs. WP-T. Evans. LP-Kellinger (0-1). HR-SN: Murray (9th, one on).

Grace 4, Heritage 2


Steve Rushing's RBI double tied the game, and A.J. Serafini and Jordan Hanft sacrificed in the game-winning and insurance runs for the Knights in the seventh inning of their season opener. Ben Shade and Nathaniel Hanft had two hits each for Grace. For Heritage (0-2, 0-2), Brian Sandell had two hits and Drew Kidd struck out nine in a complete game.

Grace 000 010 3 - 4 5 4

Heritage 020 000 0 - 2 5 2

Shade, Sweeney (6) and Carver. Drew Kidd and Jacob Johnson. WP-Sweeney (1-0). LP-Kidd (0-1).

PREP SOFTBALL


No. 3 Catoctin 12, Smithsburg 1


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