Local Roundup

June 28, 2002


  • District 1 9-10 All-Star Tournament

    Frostburg 15, Hancock 10: Josh Neilson had two hits, including a home run, and Josh Weimer had three hits to lead Frostburg in the opening round. Ryan Delaney, Jonathan Sanford and Tristan Eberly also had two hits in the win. For Hancock, Dylan Whiteside and David Weller had two hits.

    Halfway 18, Valley 3: Josh Green had three hits and Chris McSherry had two hits and four RBI to lead Halfway. Aaron Stottlemyer added two hits and three RBI. A.J. Minnich had two RBI for Valley.

    PVAA 8, Oakland 3: For PVAA, Tyler Story, Sean Collette and Greg Lindsay all had two hits. Ryan Sweitzer had two hits for Oakland.

    Federal 5, Conococheague 3: Tyler Presgraves pitched a complete game, striking out six in a four-hitter to lead Federal.

    Sharpsburg 9, Clear Spring 5: Tyler Marshall had three hits and Devon Roberts had two hits for Sharpsburg. For Clear Spring, Ronnie Maners had three hits, while Gabe Hirsch and Garrett Higgens had two hits.


Maugansville 10, West End 0: Brandon Glazer threw a two-hitter with seven strikeouts and Glazer and Corey Morgan each had two hits to lead Maugansville.

South Mountain 15, National 14: Sean Colgan and Phillip Hershberger had three hits and Tyler Thompson, Dustin Routzahn and Adam Griffith all had two hits to lead South Mountain. For National, Corey Shank, Garrick Boward and Tyler Bikle all had two hits.

Today's Schedule (all games begin at 6 p.m.): Winner's Bracket - Sharpsburg at South Mountain; Federal at Halfway; PVAA at Frostburg; Maugansville at American. Loser's Bracket - Clear Spring at West End; National at Hancock; Concocheague at Oakland.

Hagerstown PONY League

FOP 3, Firefighters 1: Cameron Shifler had two hits for FOP while Andy Morris and Scott Keeney combined to strike out 12 in the win.

Elks 13, Jeter 3: Matt Fortese hit a grand slam to lead Elks. Jarell Rodriques had two hits and Jeremiah Mills had three hits for Jeter.

Hagerstown Colt League

FOP 17, Henson's 1: Aaron Davis had two home runs and Jeremy Everitts and Kenny Singhas had three hits to lead FOP. Chris Schildt pitched a two-hit complete game.


  • Hagerstown Church League

    St. James 14, Nazerene 3: Mike Hull had five hits, Eric Hahn and Chad Seacrest each had four hits and Jonas Ziegler had three hits, including a home run, to lead St. James.

    Hub City Softball

    Intimidator Trucking 18, SL Woodring 8: For Intimidator Mike Barnes had four hits while Phil Fox, Scott Yeakle, Jeff Beatty and John Taylor each had three hits to lead Intimidator.

    Lennox 30, Merlin's 12: Kirk Noaker had two home runs while Mike Weaver and Darren Crawford both homered for Lennox.

    Midas Mufflers 26, Outlaws 14: Mike Stoufer and Jason Johnson both had five hits for Midas. Larry Winston and D.J. Jackson also had four hits, including a homer each.

    Midas Mufflers 17, Coors Light 6: Allen Zigfield and D.J. Jackson had four hits, while Donnie Stouffer, Roy Hillurd and Steve Yost all had three hits. Two of Hillurd's hits were homers.

    Fazoli's 12, Coors Light 11: For Fazoli's Donnie Rowland had four hits, including a home run. Troy Canfield and Frank Robinson both had three hits.

    Extreme Sales 21, Midas Mufflers 17: Brian Wagner had three hits, Steve Rowland had three hits, including a home run, and Jimmy Hinkle had two hits, including a grand slam, for Extreme.


  • Young wins first WACO

    Steve Young led the way with a 4-over par 76 at Beaver Creek Country Club to win the first event of the season. Young had two birdies on the front nine in his four-shot win over Clarke Grumbine. In the nine-hole division, Will Roney won with a 42.

    18-hole scores: Steve Young (76), Clarke Grumbine (82), Nick Zaccaria (91), Riley Ledden (99), Patrink janet (101), Julian Funk (108), Sean Henry (115), Matt Sullivan (116).

    9-hole scores: Will Roney (42), Scott Steiner (47), Andy Mellott (49), Chris Martin (51).


  • Hagerstown 10, C'burg Maroons 0

    Chris Black was 2-for-3 with three RBI and Jason Rhea and Jason Cunningham both had two RBI for Hagerstown (22-1) in a five-inning win.

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    Hagerstown 151 30 -10 7 0

    Revercomb and Martin. Butts and Cobb. WP-Butts (4-0). LP-Revercomb (0-2).

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