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Area Roundup - Adkins, Weaver, Johnson win first features

April 08, 2002

HAGERSTOWN SPEEDWAY


James Adkins, Pete Weaver and Jeff Johnson all earned their first feature victories Saturday night.

Adkins, of Waldorf, Md., opened up a five-car length lead over the last five laps, pulling away for the ITSI late models victory.

Weaver, of Williamsport, dominated the late model sportsman race, starting from the pole and remaining out front the whole way.

Johnson, of Hancock, took the V8 pure stocks lead on Lap 3 and held onto it the rest of the way.

ITSI LATE MODELS (25 Lap): 1. James Adkins; 2. D.J. Myers; 3. Wesley Bonebrake; 4. Devin Friese; 5. Andy Anderson; 6. Kirk Ryan; 7. Jim Bernheisel; 8. Mike Lupfer; 9. Tim Wilson; 10. Alan Brannon; 11. Scott Lupfer; 12. Mike Hardy; 13. Mark Elksnis; 14. Gary Stuhler; 15. Billy Wampler; 16. John Flinner; 17. Charlie Schaffer; 18. Mike Blose; 19. Rick Hulson; 20. Marvin Winters; 21. Rodney Sweitzer; 22. Doug Burkholder; 23. Tom Myers; 24. Tommy Armel; DNS: Andy Fries, Mike Atherton. DNQ: Donnie Farlling, Brent Smith, Mike Puckett, Sean Cosgrove, Ernie Davis, Ron Ellis, Drew Koteles, Frankie Plessinger.

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HOOSIER TIRE LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN (20 Laps): 1. Pete Weaver; 2. Dave Rice Jr.; 3. Scott Palmer; 4. Richard Walls; 5. Tim Fedder; 6. Eric Ohler; 7. Travis Beaver; 8. Rick Singleton; 9. Will Fair; 10. Brad Kling; 11. J. R. Nininger; 12. Todd Bowers; 13. Scott Wilfor; 14. Wes Workman; 15. Cory Houck; 16. Chad Bartlett; 17. Larry Baer; 18. Jeff Friese; 19. Kenny Day; 20. Steve Bailer; 21. Mike Altobelli; 22. Mike Walls; DNS: Terry Lescalleet, Charles Whittington.

ERNIE'S SALVAGE YARD V8 PURE STOCKS (15 laps): 1. Jeff Johnson; 2. Eugene Conlee; 3. Kim Ramer; 4. Hans Stamberg; 5. Bruce Leibowitz; 6. Jim Snyder; 7. Keith Reed; 8. Jesse Coleman; 9. Steve Lowery; 10. Ashley Barrett; 11. Peter Gems; 12. Sam Kaiser; 13. Glenn Holder; 14. Greg Moats; 15. Billy Cole; 16. Country Prince; 17. John Williams; 18. Frank Diabella; 19. Corey Oberholzer; 20. Ken O'Connor; 21. Greg Hockensmith; DNS: Kenny Dillon, Rick Stouffer, Brian Miller, Jim Tony, Kevin Shade.

PREP SOFTBALL


Waynesboro 5, Greencastle 1

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Holly Wagaman allowed three hits, no walks and no earned runs while striking out 10 on Saturday, and Wagaman and Helen Tayman had two hits to lead Waynesboro (3-3, 2-2 Mid Penn Commonwealth).

Greencastle lost 9-6 to Fairfield on Friday.

Waynesboro 010 211 0 - 5 6 1

Greencastle 010 000 0 - 1 3 4

Wagaman and E. Hess. Stotler and Wertner. WP - Wagaman (2-2). LP - Stotler.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL


Shepherd 1-5, Fairmont 0-9

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Christee Anderson pitched a three-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts, and Jessica Sturgill singled in the sixth inning and later scored on two passed balls as Shepherd College defeated Fairmont State in the first game of a doubleheader before falling behind 8-1 and losing the second game.

Chrissy Ashley's two-run double and Shea Sirbaugh's RBI single led the Rams (12-13, 8-8 West Virginia Conference) in the second game. Ashley, Sirbaugh and Angie Jeffries all had two hits.

Game 1

Fairmont 000 000 0 - 0 3 1

Shepherd 000 001 x - 1 4 1

Kostival and Greenwood; Anderson and Butts. WP - Anderson (5-4). LP - Butts.

Game 2

Fairmont 350 100 0 - 9 14 3

Shepherd 103 100 0 - 5 10 2

West, Filius (5) and Moore; Porter and Butts. WP - West. LP - Porter (6-4).

MEN'S TENNIS


Shepherd 8, W.Va. Wesleyan 1

at BUCKHANNON, W.Va.

Singles - 1. Scott Eyler (S) d. Ben Sprenger, 7-5, 6-4; 2. Colin Saluja (WVW) d. Tim Halter, 6-0, 6-4; 3. Mike Farrell (S) d. Ryan Walker, 6-4, 2-0, retired, injury; 4. Thomas Bohrnstedt (S) d. Clarke Campbell, 6-2, 6-0; 5. Greg Selby (S) d. Scott Green, 6-2, 6-3; 6. Brian Clarke (S) d. Grant DeHaven, 6-0, 6-2.

Doubles - 1. Farrell-Bohrnstedt (S) d. Sprenger-Walker, 8-6; 2. Halter-Selby (S) d. Green-Campbell, 8-5; 3. Eyler-Wray Sherman (S) d. Saluja-Steve Wahl, 9-7.

ADULT LEAGUE


ISA Early Bird Qualifier

Kevin Mills Hitmen/Starlite Inn finished fourth in the tournament. Donnie Rowland and Gary Shatzer hit over .800, while Frank Robinson hit over .700 and Greg Petty and Troy Canfield hit over .600. The team qualified to play in the ISA World Series in Panama City, Fla. in September.

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