Local Roundup - Williamsport wins wild one

June 05, 2002


SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Post 202 built a six-run lead by the fourth inning, then held on for a wild 11-10 victory over Charles Town on Tuesday.

Mike Fravel led a 12-hit parade with four hits, including a two-run homer, and five RBI for Williamsport (11-3). Keith Kellinger and Marty Kaetzel added two hits each.


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T. Kellinger, Adenhart (7) and McAllister. Lipscomb, Yurish (4), Mumaw (6) and Twigg, Noll (4). WP-T. Kellinger (2-0). LP-Lipscomb. S-Adenhart (2). HR-W: Fravel (3rd, one on).


American Little League

Goodwill 6, Thompson Concrete 0: Michael Russ struck out 15, Darrin Callaway had two hits, including a home run, and Anthony Lee added two hits for Goodwill.


Clear Spring Little League

Athletics 6, Orioles 1: Danny Reed threw a one-hitter with 14 strikeouts and Kody Butts had two hits for the Athletics. Kody McCarthy and Steven Munson combined for 15 strikeouts for the Orioles.

Clear Spring Minor League

Cubs 5, Orioles 2: Jacob Fitz struck out eight in four innings and had two hits to lead the Cubs.

Conococheague Little League

Post 202 9, Wolfe's 5: D.J. McCartney threw a two-hitter and had two hoits along with Kyle Lamont for Post 202. Jeff Ryan had two hits for Wolfe's.

Hagerstown Colt League

Williamsport 9, Goodwill 8: Andy May had two hits, including a three-run homer for Williamsport. Adam Ray homered and Robert Zellner had two hits for Goodwill.

FOP 14, Henson's 8: B.J. Soto had three hits, Justin Marshall had two hits, including a home run, and Adam Thomas had two hits for FOP. Danny Luipersbeck had two hits, including a home run, for Henson's.

Hagerstown PONY League

UAW 3, Jeter 1: Alex Tyler homered and David Richards threw a two-hitter with 13 strikeouts for UAW.

F&M 15, Firefighters 5: Kenny Shanholtz had two hits and Matt Stevens homered for F&M. Jared Buzzard picked up the win with nine strikeouts. Harrison Hammond had two hits, including a home run, and Michael DeBarge added two hits for Firefighters.

Hancock Little League

Tigers 12, Yankees 2: Matt Kline had three hits and Dustin Hull had two for the Tigers. Jesse Smartt had two hits for the Yankees.

National Little League

Crampton 13, FOP 3: Chris Loudin threw a two-hitter, while Michael Spalding and Adrian Adams each had two hits for Crampton.

South Mountain Little League

Pete's Barber Shop 5, Thompson's 1

Valley Little League

Play-It-Again Sports 11, Norm Scott Drywall 10: Robbie Veil and Casey Ymbert had two hits each for Play-It-Again Sports.

Wash. Co. Babe Ruth League

Green Arbor 17, Troopers 0: Doug Shirk had three hits and Nathan Ambrose had two for Troopers.

Wash. Co. Cal Ripken League

Cavetown Planing 12, Total Lube 11: Nicholas Gregory and Jacob Shriver each had three hits and Bradley Ahrens had two for Cavetown Planing.

Wash. Co. Girls Softball

M&M Mars 13, Artz Trucking 0: Lauren Abbott threw a one-hitter, while Jordie Lord and Taylor Capshaw each had two hits, including a home run, for M&M Mars. Allysen Breeden, Lauren Abbott, Carmen Nesmith and Sarah Mullin each had two hits for the winners.

West End Little League

Coca-Cola 4, Elks 0: Henry Fitzgerald threw a four-hitter with 14 strikeouts to lead Coca-Cola. Doug Boward had two hits for the winners.

West End Minor League

St. Lawrence 12, Word Processing 0: Tyler Kaufman and Brad Smith each had two hits for St. Lawrence. Jules Frisby had two hits for Word Processing.


Hagerstown Church Softball

West End Chapel 23, St. Marks Lutheran 19: Sean Weaver, Tony Harnish and Johnny Barr homered for West End Chapel. Barr went 6-for-6, while Ashley Shook and Sam Matson each went 5-for-5 for the winners.

Halfway Morning League

Tony's Pizza/MCI 18, Sheriff's Department 1: Jeff Foltz had five hits, Bob McPherson and Don Hardy had four each, and McPherson and Scott Coulter homered for Tony's.

Hub City Softball

Bud Light 20, Leroy Myers Building 10: Eric Bender and Dave Myers each had three hits, including a home run, Mark Baker had three hits and Denny Wallech hit a home run for Bud Light.

Century 21 23, Shooters 22: Lewie Thomas had six hits, including four home runs, Steve Ebberts had five hits, including a home run, Bob Tritch had five hits and Brad Moore, Kenny Keyes and Mel Weaver each had four hits for Century 21.

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