Roundup - Run of the Mills day for Blazers

April 08, 2002


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Adam Mills had a day to remember on Saturday, throwing a five-inning no-hitter and falling a double short of the cycle as No. 5 Clear Spring pounded Berkeley Springs 14-0 to stay undefeated on the season.

Mills threw just 68 pitches and struck out 11 for the Blazers (6-0). He walked one and two men reached on errors, but none advanced to second base. Mills finished 3-for-4.

Also for Clear Spring, Gerad Haupt, Casey Constable and Josh Barnhart had two hits. Constable drove in three runs.

Clear Spring 18 20 3 - 14 17 2

Berk. Springs 000 00 - 0 0 0

A. Mills and Everitts. J. Mills, Omps (2) and Schetrompf. WP-Mills (3-0). LP-J. Mills (0-3). HR-CS: A. Mills (2nd, one on).

No. 1 Chambersburg 10 Altoona 7

ALTOONA, Pa. - Aaron Burke had three hits and three RBI as the Trojans did all their damage in the first four innings, then hung on for a road win. Mark Olson also had two hits and two RBI for Chambersburg (5-0).


Riley, Hinkle (6) and Carter. Walson, Shaffer (3) and Yerdy. WP-Riley (1-0). LP-Walson. S-Hinkle (1).

No. 3 Jefferson splits

GAMBRILLS, Md. - The Cougars split two games in the consolation round of the Baseball Factory Invitational to move to 11-4 on the year.

In its first game, Jefferson scored five in the top of the eighth to beat North Allegany (Pa.), 13-8. Sophomore Kylee Griffin allowed just one run and five hits in seven innings of relief and struck out six for his first varsity win. Donell Lee and Justin Dailey had three hits and three RBI - including a bases-loaded double by Dailey in the top of the ninth that won the game. Sam Walls, Steve Kozak and Kevin McLaughlin all had two hits; Walls homered, while Kozak and McLaughlin knocked in two each.

In the consolation final, host Arundel got a run in the top of the sixth for a 4-3 win. The Cougars had a shot to tie in the bottom of the inning with runners on first and third and no outs, but a popout and a tough double play foiled the rally. Brian McLaughlin finished with two hits.

Jefferson 13, N. Allegany 8

B. McLaughlin, Griffin (3) and Noll. Karcher, Anderson (4) and Gronsky. WP-Griffin (1-0). LP-Anderson. HR-J: Walls (7th, none on).

Arundel 4, Jefferson 3

Goldbach and Sisk, Bridges (2). Fisher, Cogan (3) and Noll. WP-Goldbach. LP-Cogan (0-2).

No. 7 Walkersville 4, North 3

WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Derek Krantz singled and scored on an Alex Dub single in the bottom of the eighth inning as the Lions avoided an 0-3 start in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League.

Dub had two hits on the day, and Ray Dorsey had two hits and scored the other three runs - all on hits from Mike Mullinix in the game for Walkersville (4-2, 1-2). Danny Leatherman struck out seven in 6 2/3 innings before Cole Kidwell relieved and got the win.

North (2-5, 2-3) sent the game into extra innings with two bizarre runs in the top of the seventh. Aaron Davis and Matt Johnson singled to lead off the inning, and eventually crossed the plate on two wild throws from the catcher back to the pitcher. T.J. Hose took the loss, striking out seven in a complete game for the Hubs.

Hose and Carbaugh. Leatherman, Kidwell (7) and Dorsey. WP-Kidwell (2-1). LP-Hose (1-3).

No. 8 Hedgesville 9-16

Liberty Harrison 8-2

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Matt Faircloth went 3-for-3 with three RBI, including the game-winning homer in the bottom of the sixth of Game 1, then got the win and added three more hits for the Eagles in Game 2 of a doubleheader sweep.

Ian Edwards also had two hits and two RBI in the first game. In the second game, the Eagles (5-2) pounded out 20 hits in just four innings of a rout. Jeremy Houser, Jason Wilcox, Tim Cunningham, Matt Bartgis, Eric Hartley and Mike Fiorita all had two hits. Wilcox had a three-run homer and Hartley had two RBI.

Game 1

Clemienger, Bouter (4) and Branner. Kendall, Hartley (4) and Faircloth. WP-Hartley (1-0). LP-Bouter. HR-H: Faircloth (6th, one on).

Game 2

Turner, Clemeinger (4) and Bowler. Faircloth, Starliper (4) and Bartgis, Butcher (4). WP-Faircloth (1-1). LP-Turner. HR-H: Jason Wilcox (3rd, two on).

No. 9 Martinsburg 14 ,Spring Valley 1

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. - Joey Yurish struck out nine and walked just one in a four-hitter for the Bulldogs in their quarterfinal win at the Parkersburg South tournament.

Yurish, Trey Arvon and Kyle Triggs all had two hits and Tim Ross drove in three for Martinsburg (7-3).

Yurish and Twigg. (Spring Valley unavailable).

FSK 11, Williamsport 4

WILLIAMSPORT - The Wildcats committed four errors, and the Eagles scored all their runs because of them in an MVAL loss. Matt Mastiano and Ryan Harsh both had two hits for Williamsport (4-3, 2-3). Brad Stonesifer and Chad Schildt had three hits and Patrick Jones had two for FSK.

Klein, Schildt (6) and Morningstar. Jordan, Schill (4) and Small. WP-Klein. LP-Jordan (1-2).

N. Garrett 9, Hancock 5

HANCOCK - The Panthers (3-3) gave up seven unearned runs on 11 errors and could only get two hits in a loss to the Huskies.

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