Saturday's Local Roundup

April 15, 2002


WILLIAMSPORT - No. 4 Boonsboro got its first 12 batters on base in the top of the sixth inning and scored 11 times in the frame to finish off Williamsport 16-4 Saturday afternoon in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League.

Coming off their first loss of the season on Thursday, the Warriors (7-1, 5-1) battered the Williamsport bullpen on its way to a win. No one had two hits in the inning, but Boonsboro used four walks and four doubles to put the game away. Nathan Kaetzel finished with two hits for Boonsboro, which took advantage of nine walks and four errors in the game.

Matt Mastiano had two doubles for Williamsport (5-5, 3-5).



Henson and Himes. Bowers, Mills (6), Allen (6) and Small. WP-Henson (3-0). LP-Bowers (1-2).

No. 2 Jefferson 13-11, Pendleton Co. 3-8

FRANKLIN, W.Va. - Justin Dailey had two hits and Matt Noll had two RBI for the Cougars in the first game of a doubleahder sweep. Kylee Griffin struck out three in the win.


In the second game, Dailey had two more hits as Jefferson (15-4) used two big innings to get the win. Brian McLaughlin's sixth inning grand slam turned out to be the game-winner, and he finished with five RBI. Billy Powell also had two hits in the nightcap.

Game 1



Griffin, Simons(6) and Noll, Davis (6). Arbogast, Bowers (4), Davis (4), Heavener (4) and Adams. WP-Griffin (2-0). LP-Bowers.

Game 2



Fisher, Holmes (4), Cogan (7) and Noll, Davis (6). Cramer, Bowers (6) and Raino. WP-Fisher (2-0) LP-Cramer. S-Cogan (2). HR-J: B. McLaughlin (6th, three on); PC: Cramer (7th, none on).

Smithsburg 5, Brunswick 2

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Nick Vierra scattered six hits, striking out three and walking four in his pitching debut as Smithsburg defeated Brunswick (4-5, 3-4) in MVAL action.

Smithsburg (2-4, 2-4) broke a 2-2 tie in the fourth inning as T.J. Bowser had an RBI on an error and Brandon Fisher delivered an RBI double. Fisher and Gerry Spessard each had two hits for Smithsburg.



Vierra and Dick. D. Baugher and Feldman. WP-Vierra (1-0). LP-D. Baugher (0-2).

Hancock 4, Broadfording 1 N. Garrett 6, Hancock 0

Freshman Tyler Younker struck out eight in his first varsity start and also had three hits to lead the Panthers in a win over the Lions on Friday afternoon. Mark Hoffman added two hits and two RBI for Hancock (4-6). Jon Bishop homered for the only run for Broadfording (0-5).

On Saturday, Ricky Snow had two hits, but the Panthers were shut out on the road.

Hancock 4, Broadfording 1



Younker and Robair. Bakner and Koontz. WP-Younker (1-0). LP-Bakner (0-3). HR-B: Bishop (3rd, none on).

N. Garrett 6, Hancock 0

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Fling, Hill (6) and Robair. Rice and Lenhart. WP-Rice. LP-Fling. HR-NG: Lenhart (4th, none on).


Williamsport 7, Boonsboro 1

BOONSBORO - Steph Garlitz went 2-for-4 with triple and Holli Bowers also had two hits to lead the Wildcats (6-4, 5-3) to an MVAL win..

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Jolliffe and Garlitz. Hammersla, Changuris (7) and Changuris, Coe (7). WP-Jolliffe (4-2). LP-Hammersla (1-5).

FSK 5, South 3

Mallory Tsetsilas and Jamie Fowler each had three hits but South (1-5, 1-5) lost an MVAL game to Francis Scott Key.

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Wilder and Holland. Atkins and Dufflkemeer. WP-Wilder. LP-Atkins (0-2).

McConn. 9, Chestnut Ridge 4

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Darcy Everetts has two hits and drove in three runs while Steph Paylor added two hits, including a two-run single in the second, to lead McConnellsburg to a Sideling Hill League win on Friday.

Everetts allowed one earned run on three hits and a walk while striking out five. She had a bases-loaded RBI single in the sixth, which went through the outfielder's legs to clear the bases.

Krystle Howell went 3-for-4 with an RBI for McConnellsburg (4-3, 3-1).

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Frazier and Nugent. Everetts and DeShong. WP-Everetts (4-3). LP-Frazier.


Hill 14, Mercersburg 3

POTTSTOWN, Pa. - Mercersburg Academy is 1-5.


Mercersburg 149, Bishop Ireton 73, Landon 62, Bullis Prep 36, Field School 21


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