Friday's Area Roundup

June 21, 2002


Hagerstown Braves 10 Greencastle 0

Nate Reeser, Chris Black and Pat Sweeney all had two hits and two RBIs for the Braves (19-1). Zach Swisher added two hits.

Greencastle 000 00 - 0 4 5

Hagerstown 330 04 - 11 11 0

Cunningham, Fitz (4) and Decker. Sheets and Showe. WP - Sheets (2-0). LP - Cunningham (0-2).

  • Funkstown 11 Cumberland 0

    CUMBERLAND, Md. - Matt Tedrick led the way for Funkstown (15-2-1), going 2-for-4 with two RBI. Brandon Fisher was 2-for-3 with an RBI.

    Funkstown 102 202 3 - 11 10 0

    Cumberland 000 000 0 - 0 2 2

    Dick and Peterson. Wigger, Welsh (6) and Martz. WP - Dick (3-0) LP - Wigger.

  • Williamsport Senators 8, Thomas Johnson Panthers 5: Jay Love hit a two-run home run for Williamsport (16-5).

  • American Little League

    FOP 9, Goodwill 3: Gerald Tonsil had two hits for FOP.

    Funkstown Legion 11, Thompson's Concrete 1: George Casper threw a no-hitter, Dee Stubbs had two hits, including a home run, and Todd Jacobson also had two hits as Funkstown Legion won the league championship.

    Conococheague Minor League

    Neikirks 26, M&T Bank 17: Matt Kelly had five hits, while Tyler Nalley, Eric Atha and Trey Hanna had four hits each for Neikirks. Tyler Byers had four hits, while Lauren Yost, Steven Shoemaker and Dylan Rowe had three hits each for M&T.

    National Minor League

    Western Maryland Sportsmen 16, Elks 9: Brennen Przywieczerski and Jeff Jacobson had two hits and Kellan Reever had three hits and three RBI for Western Maryland. Michael Cole and Ben Peterson had two hits and two RBI, June Allen had two hits and Brayden Jones had two hits and three RBI for Elks.

    Maugansville Junior League

    Hagerstown Kitchens 11, Executone 1: Hagerstown Kitchens won the first-half championship with 15-3 record.

    Senior Interleague

    SAL 8, Jeter Paving 4: For SAL, Mike Snyder had a grand slam, Josh Barnhart homered and Brandon Yost and Joel Fitz had two hits each. For Jeter, Nick Shifler had two hits.

    Hagerstown Colt League

    FOP 11, Hensons 4: Zach Higdon had three hits, while Aaron Davis, David Gouff, Matt Miller and Adam Thomas each had two hits for FOP.

    FOP 10, Elks 7: Jeremy Everitts and David Gouff each had two hits for FOP. Danny Zamora had three hits, including a home run, for Elks.

    West End Little League

    VFW 13, Moose 4: Dustin Rowland had three hits and Dustin Smith had two hits for VFW, which won the second-half league title. Demeatric Scott and Colby Fisher both homered for Moose.

    Maugansville Little League

    Burkholders 15, Brewers SAAB 5: Shane Wollaston pitched a two-hitter and had three hits, while Kyle Walters had two hits and five RBI and Ben Barnett and Hamilton Stamper each had two hits for Burkholders.

    Conococheague Little League

    Redmen 6, Lions 1: Greg Minnick pitched a four-hitter with seven strikeouts, and both Minnick and Adam Taylor had two hits for Redmen. Tanner Malloy had two hits for Lions. With its win, Redmen wins the second-half championship.

  • Hub City Softball

    Hub City Heat 18, SL Woodring 8: Mike Reece and Shawn Faith each had five hits and a home run, while Jabie Plank and Terry Faye each had three hits for Hub City Heat.

    Hub City Softball

    Century 21 27, The Outlaws 17: For Century 21, Brad Weaver had five hits, including three home runs, Steve Ebberts and Alan Harsh both had four hits and one home run, and Alan Moore and Jeff Schlotterbeck both had four hits.

    Fazoli's/Starlite Inn 23, Jerry's Sports 7: For Fazoli's, Frank Robinson had four hits, including two home runs, Greg Petty had four hits, Leon Allen had three hits, including two home runs, and Jimmy Hinkle and Steve Rowland both had three hits.

    Hagerstown Church Softball

    Gateway 25, St. James 20: Kevin Hose and Randy Edwards both had six hits and Kenny Pereschuck, Dale Yost and Jay Kelch had five hits each for Gateway.

    Williamsport Assembly of God 19, Smithsburg Valley Baptist 18: Mike Trumpower had five hits, including a home run, John Buchanan had four hits and Matt Werry, Ryan Householder and Jody Kelbaugh all had three hits for Williamsport.

    Virginia Avenue 23, Tri-State 21: Jason Gladhill had five hits, Cliff Miles and Raymond Scadden had four hits and Greg Trimmer had three hits for Virginia Avenue.

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