Local roundup - Redding named Shepherd assistant coach

June 20, 2002

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd College filled the assistant coaching chair on the men's basketball bench with Tim Redding.

"We are extremely pleased to add Tim Redding to our staff," Shepherd head coach Ken Tyler said. "He knows our system, and possesses uncommon loyalty and work ethic."

Redding is a 2001 graduate of Albright College, where he was a three-year letterman under Tyler. He spent this past year earning a masters degree in sports leadership, as well as serving an internship in the men's basketball office at Division I Virginia Commonwealth.

Redding replaces Marcus Kahn, who left to assume the head coaching position at Division III Pitt-Greensburg.


Hagerstown 6, Waynesboro 3

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Pat Sweeney struck out nine as the Braves used seven errors to pick up enough runs for the win. Chris Black and Kevin Crawford had two hits for Hagerstown (18-1, 17-1). Ben Leonard went 3-for-4 for Waynesboro (13-6).


Hagerstown 102 210 0 - 6 8 1

Waynesboro 100 200 0 - 3 8 7

Sweeney, Bragunier (7) and Cunningham. Devlin, Kirkpatrick (6) and Smith. WP-Sweeney (1-0). LP-Devlin (4-1). S-Bragunier (2). HR-W: Law (4th, one on).

Chambersburg Rockies 6, Brunswick 2

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Erin Edwards pitched a complete-game five-hitter with six strike outs to lead Chambersburg.

Brad Lowe went 3-for-3, including a triple, but Jason Smith took the loss for Brunswick (12-2).


Federal Little League

Kiwanis 9, Alsatia 8: David Bowen, Jimmy Hill and Andrew Staut had two hits to lead Kiwanis. Will Murray and Jay Donoghue had two hits each for Alsatia.

South Mountain Little League

Reese's Produce 1, Nationwide 0: Paul Merson tossed a complete-game shutout with 13 strikeouts and led Reese's with two hits. John Shobe drove in the game's only run. Chaz Sexton had two hits for Nationwide.

Halfway Little League

Redmen 7, Gehr 1: Aaron Hershberger pitched a two-hitter to lead Redmen, while adding three hits of his own. Joey Miller also had three hits and Jacab Blackwell added two for Redmen.

Hoffman Auto 4, Gibney's 3: Andrew Duff had three hits, while Kyle Orndorff added two for Hoffman Auto. The win clinched the second half of the season for Hoffman.

Maugansville Little League

Home Care Pharmacy 6, Maugans Oil 5: Aaron Mills had four hits, including a home run, while Derek Keener, Greg Luhouse and Chris Reid each added two hits for Home Care Pharmacy.

West End Little League

Elks 11, AFL-CIO 0: Tim Leather fired a no-hitter with 17 strikeouts and had three hits for Elks. Casey Thomas added two hits for Elks.

Coca-Cola 8, Stags 7: Kyle Beers, Henry Fitzgerald, and Dwight Boward combined for a four-hitter with 14 strikeouts to lead Coca-Cola. Chris Jackson had a three-run triple for Stags.

West End Minor League

Word Processing 12, Woodpoint 11: Dejah Johnson had the game-winning hit with three RBI, while Matthew Gray and Johnathon Huckaby had two hits each for Word Processing. Johnathon Martz had three hits, while Matthew Stambaugh added two for Woodpoint.

Hiser Concrete 11, Woodpoint 9: Aaron Barton had three hits, while Marvin Jones, Kelly Carbaugh and Brandon Hess added two each for Hiser. Austin Scott, Matthew Stanbaugh and Ethan Crooks led Woodpoint with two hits each.

Conococheague Little League

Wolfe's 8, Byers' Market 7: Codi Trumpower and Jeff Ryan had two hits each to lead Wolfe's. Dustin Starliper, Brad Hewitt and Brian Braswell had two hits each for Byers'.

Conococheague Minor League

Reid's Elevator 15, Shawley's 15: Zachary Clark had four hits and Zachary Lucas and Jordan Palladino had three each for Reid's Elevator while Zachary Shoemaker and Nick Reed added two each. Reed had an inside-the-park home run. Lucas struck out 11 in the tie. Steve Clavette had two hits for Shawley's.

National 7-8

Funkstown Legion 21, UAW 20: Brett Barr had four hits, including a grand slam, with six RBI, while Jordan Dickens added three hits for Funkstown Legion. Troy McGee led UAW with three hits and two RBI, while Tyler Brown, Mackensie Focks and Josh Miller each added two hits in the loss.

Hagerstown PONY League

Redmen 6, Jeter 5: Aerik Taylor had two hits and struck out 11 in relief to lead Redmen in a 13-inning victory. Joey Siler added two hits in the win. For Jeter, Jeremiah Mills had three hits and Billy Bucklew, Jerrell Rodriguez and David Plank had two hits.

Maugansville Junior League

Hagerstown Kitchens 11, Executone 1: Kitchens won the first-half championship and finished 15-3 on the year.

Valley Little League

Dorsey Brothers 10, F&M Bank 9: Steven Younker and Elliot Martin each had two hits and Younker, Martin and Brandon Knight had two RBI for Dorsey Bros. Phil Schukraft had three hits, Lucas Horst had two hits and two RBI, and Jay Shafer added three RBI for F&M.


Hub City Softball

Shooters 20, Fazoli's 16: Scott Coulter homered twice in four hits and Kenny Kirby added five hits, including a home run, to lead Shooters. Rick Schriever and Jeremy Keckler also homered in the win. For Fazoli's, Dwayne Roland homered four times and Denny Bryan had five hits.

Washington Co. Co-Ed Softball League

D&G Liquors Mixed Nuts 31, Fire Protection 4: Donnie Blickenstaff and Kirk Noaker each homered twice, while Annette Sprecher had four hits and Cindy Barnhart added three for D&G.

BJ's Creations/Deafnet 29, Stouffer's 19: Mike Lewis and Nora Martin each had four hits each, including a home run, for BJ's. Lewis drove in nine runs, while Martin had four RBI.

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