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Local roundup - Shepherd signs 15, including two from Eastern Panhandle

June 11, 2002

COLLEGE FOOTBALL


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - A pair of Eastern Panhandle players lead a group of 15 players to sign a letter-of-intent to play at Shepherd College next season.

Jefferson's John Hinton, a 6-foot, 220-pound fullback and linebacker, and David Shutts, a punter and place kicker from Musselman, agreed to play for the Rams, according to coach Monte Cater.

The group represents Virginia (seven players), Maryland (five), West Virginia (two) and Pennsylvania (one).

The players are defensive back Marcus Bradley from Alexandria, Va.; fullback Mark Buzzanell, from Montgomery College; tight end/linebacker Joel Helbig, of Southern Garrett; offensive lineman Anthony Hunter of Glen Dale, Md.; receiver Rodney Jackson from Severn, Md.; tight end Wes Kesner, of Ashburn, Va.; linebacker Mike McKoy of Stafford, Va.; defensive back Rogers Nunnery, of Stafford, Va.; defensive back Daniel Peters of Crsson, Pa.; defensive back/receiver Casey Seabolt, of Stafford, Va.; offensive lineman Casey Spath, of Pasadena, Md.; lineman Howard Ward, Westminster, Md.; and defensive back Greg Williams of Woodbridge, Va.

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YOUTH LEAGUES


Wash. Co. Cal Ripken League

Bair Pools 10, Mase Auto Body 8: Kyle Wivell, Tim Cole, and Jordon Meadows each homered to lead Bair Pools.

Lewis Orchards 13, Mace Auto Body 2: Mike Miller and Chris Pitsnogle combined to strike out 11, while Josh Wiles, Tyler Robison and Quinten Fogle had two hits each for Lewis Orchards. Greg Dahbura led Mace with two hits.

Federal Little League

Rotary 6, Alsatia 4: Matt Amalfitano and Kyle Hoffman combined for 13 strikeouts and Cody Nelling had two hits as Rotary clinched the league championship. Andrew Stout and Andrew Jarvis went 3-for-3 to lead Alsatia.

South Mountain Little League

Post 10 7, Lions 5: Craig Haupt had two hits for Lions.

Conococheague Little League

Redmen 8, Post 202 5: Travis Kelley had three hits while Greg Minnick and T.J. McCartney each had two hits for Redmen.

Conococheague Minor League

Yankees 19, M&T Bank 9: Jordan Palladino hit an inside-the-park home run while Matthew Baer and Tyler Palladino added three hits each for Yankees. Dylan Rowe and Zach Shank had two hits each for M&T Bank.

Maugansville Little League

Brewer's Saab 14, Burkholder's 7: Jaret Sis had three hits, while Adam Plume added two for Brewer's. Craig Martin and Hamilton Stamper each had two hits for Burkholder's.

Maugansville Junior League

Commonwealth Office Supply 16, Spichers 6: T.J. Cooper, Kenny Wilkins and Pat Dattillo all had three hits and Andrew Repp had two hits for Commonwealth.

National Little League

Long Meadow Exxon 4, Funkstown Legion 3: Brittany Hyatt had three hits, including a home run, while Joel Rowe added two hits for Long Meadow. Brad Kennedy had two hits for Funkstown.

Clear Spring Little League

Blue Jays 5, Orioles 4: Wesley Hogbin tossed a three-hitter for the Blue Jays. Steven Munson allowed just two hits and struck out 10 while Ashley Shaff had two hits for the Orioles.

National 7-8

Funkstown Legion 9, Antietam 8: Brett Rowland went 3-for-3, Jordan Dickens had two hits and three RBI and William Anderson had three RBI for Funkstown. Bryan Ferraiolo had three RBI for Antietam.

Junior Interleague

Redmen 19, Hancock 0: Sonny Hines and John Combs had two hits each and Combs had eight strikeouts for Redmen. Justin Collins led Hancock with two hits.

Wash. Co. Girls Softball

Telesluggers 7, William Gower & Sons 6: Candice Horchner had two hits and Devin Griffin had two hits, including a home run, for Telesluggers. Alison Herr had two hits for William Gower & Sons.

Elementary Division

Reliable Home Furnishing 10, Potomac Management 7: Bethany Needy and Emily Grimsley had two hits each for Reliable. Taylor Baird and Morgan Mullen had two hits each for Potomac.

Nutters Ice Cream 9, Subway 4: Katie Marshall had two hits, including a home run, Jessica Manuel had three hits and Kayla Smith hit a home run for Nutters. Samantha Hopkins had two hits for Subway.

American Little League

Thompson Concrete 5, Elks 4: Delon Agee had two hits for Thompson Concrete. Elvin Fulton hit a two-run home run and Steven Burnett had two hits for Elks.

Goodwill 12, Eagles 1: Tim Hamilton threw a one-hitter and Darrin Callaway had two hits for Goodwill.

South Mountain Little League

Boonsboro Pharmacy 16, Groshs Lawn Service 5: Adam Rippeon went 4-for-4, Dylan Hamilton, Matt Piston and Guy Kilpatric each had three hits and Mach Shifler had two hits for Boonsboro Pharmacy.

Valley Little League

Total Lube 10, FOP 5: Jared Daniels had two hits and drove in four while Chase Delauter, Drew McMurtrie and Ben Daniels each added two hits for Total Lube.

Sharpsburg Little League

Builders Assistants 17, Company One 8: Jordan Young had four hits, Seth Poffenberger and Chet Price each had three hits, Jeff Remsburg had two hits and Kyle Nettleton had two hits, including a home run, for Builders.

Hagerstown PONY League

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