Local roundup - Chambersburg boys in volleyball semis

June 01, 2002


SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. (AP) -Defending champion Hempfield advanced through pool play to the semifinals of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association state volleyball tournament Friday at Shippensburg University.

Chambersburg and North Allegheny will meet in the other semifinal.

Playing in Pool B, Chambersburg went 3-0, beating Montour, 13-15, 15-5, 15-9, and Ambridge, 3-15, 17-15, 15-11, in addition to its victory over Hempfield.

North Allegheny, playing in Pool A, was 2-1 with wins against Mount Lebanon, 15-11, 15-13, and Freedom, 15-10, 15-10. Playing in Pool B, Hempfield lost its first match against Chambersburg, before beating Ambridge, 15-2, 15-8, and Montour, 15-1, 15-2, to advance to meet Pennsbury, which went 3-0 in Pool A.

Pennsbury beat Freedom, 15-13, 15-7, Mount Lebanon, 13-15, 15-11, 15-13, and North Allegheny, 15-13, 15-9, to advance.


W.Va. All-Tourney Team

Players selected to the All-Tournament team by media at the West Virginia Class AAA state tournament Thursday and Friday in Charleston, W.Va.


Hurricane: Daniel Carte, Mark Gibson, Brandon Halstead, Jonathan Stowers.

Logan: Cody Southern, Jared Willis, Bill Wooten.

Jefferson: Brian Peterson, Sam Walls

John Marshall: Luke Cunningham


Funkstown 10, Tanyetown 4

TANEYTOWN, Md. - Jeff Mills was 2-for-2 and Jeremy McAfee (3-0) picked up the win as Funkstown improved to 12-1 on the season.


American Little League

Goodwill 2, FOP 1: Anthony Lee had two hits, including the game-winning solo home run, for Goodwill. Darin Callaway and Michael Russ combined for 16 strikeouts for the winners. Andrew Likely and Justin Myers combined for 15 strikeouts for FOP.

Conococheague Little League

Byers' Market 8, Wolfe's 6: Brad Hewitt and Brian Kinser each had two hits for Byers' Market. Hewitt, Brian Braswell and Dustin Starliper combined for 12 strikeouts in the win. Jeff Ryan had two hits for Wolfe's.

Conococheague Minor League

Yankees 8, Neikirk's 6: D.J. Kinna had three hits, while Taylor Leonard struck out nine to lead the Yankees. Trey Hanna and Connor Haines had three hits each for Neikirk's.

Federal Little League

Alsatia 4, Exchange 3: Jimmy Hill had two hits for Alsatia. Steve Johnson had two hits for Exchange.

Hagerstown PONY League

Goodwill 14, Hagerstown Floors 13: Marcellus Sumlin had 13 strikeouts and had two hits, including a home run, to lead Goodwill. Steve Mowen had three hits, Danny Olsen and Vaughn Zimmerman each had two and Zack Shoemaker homered for the winners. Josh Light and Tyler Braithwaite each had three hits and Adam Merrbaugh had two for Hagerstown Floors.

Halfway Little League

Gehr 8, Redmen 6: Kyle Stone had three hits while Chris McSherry and Daniel Pulieri had two hits for Gehr. Brent Moats had two hits for Redmen.

Hancock Little League

Pittman's Astros 14, Douglas Motors Tigers 13: Dylan Whiteside had three hits, Quinton Hull had two hits, including a homer, and Kyle Younker and Nick Harvey had two hits apiece for Astros. Colt Redman had four hits and Dustin Hull had two hits for the Tigers.

Maugansville Little League

Burkholder's 11, Brewer's Saab 6: Hamilton Stamper and Craig Martin combined on a four-hitter and Stamper had four hits for Burkholder's. Alec Long had two hits for Brewer's.

National Minor League

Elks 15, AMVETS 13: Michael Cole had five hits to lead Elks. Brayden Jones had three hits and June Allen, Preston Parrish and Jordan Lantz had two hits in the win. Leo Ridgeley had three hits and Scott Burkett, James Smith, Jessie Godsey and Ben Madison had two hits for AMVETS.

Senior Interleague

SAL 11, Aladdin Awards 1: Cody Hartle, Mike Snyder and Josh Barnhart combined on a one-hitter and Snyder, Brad Turner and Brandon Yost each had two hits for SAL.

Valley Little League

Dorsey Brothers 12, Total Lube 5: Frank Regan had four hits and five RBI, Steven Younker and Elliot Martin had three hits and Patrick Solberg had two hits and three RBI for Dorsey. Drew McMurtrie had two hits for Total Lube.

F&M 18, Dynamark 8: Kenny Little, Brian Shoop and Ryan Bolton each had three hits for F&M. Emmitt Orfan and Eric Martel had two hits for F&M.

Wash. Co. Girls Softball

Middle School Division

Paul Crampton Construction 18, FOP 11: Stephanie Doyle, Amy Clipp and Jennifer Marker had three hits apiece, while Mallory White, Heather Myers, Brianna Hammond and Heather Scott-Fagan each had two for Crampton.

Old Pike Inn 8, Boonsboro Produce 7: Tiffany Root had three hits as Kim Snavely and Courtney Law both added two hits for Old Pike Inn.

West End Little League

Elks 16, AFL-CIO 13: Tim Leather hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and drove in six runs to lead Elks. Leather and Anthony Timmons each had four hits and Josh Ocasio had two for the winners. Jeremy Smith had two hits for AFL-CIO.

West End Minor League

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