Monday's Area Roundup

July 01, 2002


  • BECKLEY, W.Va. - The Funkstown Legion baseball team continued its hot hitting, but its defense abandoned it on Sunday with five errors in an 11-6 loss to the North Carolina Jaguars in the final day of the Beckley Mountain Classic.

    David Miner, Matt Johnson, Matt Allen and Aaron Showe each had two hits for Post 211 (22-3), which went 4-1 over the weekend. Allen also drove in two runs.

    N.C. Jaguars 231 010 4 - 11 13 0

    Funkstown 100 030 2 - 6 10 5

    Lewter, McSwaim (5) and Whited. Carter, Wingerd (3), Miner (4) and Showe. WP - Lewter. LP - Carter.

    Williamsport 9-21 Charles Town 8-1

    WILLIAMSPORT - Keith Kellinger's three-run homer keyed a six-run sixth inning as Williamsport came back from a 5-2 deficit in the first game to take an 8-5 lead, then survived Dirk Webb's threerun homer in the top of the seventh to score the winning run in the bottom half.


Kellinger finished with three hits, while Aaron Davis also homered for Williamsport.

Mike Fravel and Chriss Hoffman homered in the first inning of the second game, and Williamsport went on to pound Charles Town on 20 hits in a game stopped after five innings. Hoffman and Dave Warrenfeltz had three hits, while winning pitcher Nick Adenhart struck out eight and allowed two hits in four innings.

Game 1

Charles Town 101 111 3 - 8 12 3

Williamsport 010 106 1 - 9 9 2

Libscomb, Numan (6) and Twigg. Mills, Embly (4), Love (7) and Himes. WP - Love. LP - Numan. HR - CT: Conway (1st, none on), Webb (7th, two on); W: Davis (2nd, none on), Kellinger (6th, two on).

Game 2

Charles Town 000 0 1 - 1 3 5

Williamsport (12) 243 x - 21 20 1

Webb, Williams (1), Kozac (1), Hartlove (4) and Twigg. Adenhart, Jordan (5) and Warrenfeltz. WP - Adenhart. LP - Webb. HR - W: Fravel (1st, two on), Hoffman (1st, none on).


  • Brunswick sweeps Maroons

    CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Brunswick Orioles improved to 19-4 with a doubleheader sweep of the Chambersburg Maroons, 14-3 and 12-1.

    Wayne Toms, John West, John Tsikerdanos, Brad Webb and winning pitcher Dave Gigandet each had two hits in the first game.

    In the second game, Webb threw a two-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead the Orioles (19-4). Toms, West, Tsikerdanos, John Sechler, Corey O'Bryan and Roger Dawson each had two hits for Brunswick.

    Game 1

    Brunswick 110 332 4 - 14 13 1

    Chambersburg 000 201 0 - 3 3 4

    Gigandet, Kerns (6) and Tsikerdanos. Cook, McIntyre (5) and Martin. WP - Gigandet. LP - Cook.

    Game 2

    Brunswick 453 00 - 12 12 0

    Chambersburg 100 00 - 1 2 3

    Webb and Tsikerdanos. Thomson, Martin (3) and Smith. HR - B: Jason Mobley (3rd, two on), Tsikerdanos (2nd, one on).


  • Junior League All-Stars

    Valley 15, Clear Spring 3: Ryan Wilson had three hits, while Andrew Bentley, Mike Edwards, Luke Kerr and Justin Callandrelle each had two for Valley. Bentley and Kerr combined on a four-hitter for the winners, who play at South County on Tuesday.

    Maugansville 18, Hancock 1: Anthony Sandanoto had three hits, while Daniel Jacobs and Brett Bloom had two hits for Maugansville. Chris Palmer struck out eight to earn the win. Joel Barnhart homered for Hancock.

    Maugansville 4, Valley 3: Anthony Sandonato had three hits and Chris Palmer had two RBI for Maugansville on Saturday. Andrew Bentley had three hits and Luke Kerr had two for Valley.

    9-10 All-Stars

    Conococheague 10, Frostburg 8: Casey McKenrick, Nate Lowery and Zack Bloyer had three hits, and Steve Christy had two hits for Conococheague on Saturday. Christian Eberly and Cody Hovatter had three hits for Frostburg.

    Monday's Schedule: Loser's Bracket - West End at National; Conococheague at American.

    Sluggers second in tourney

    The Hagerstown Sluggers under-14 fast-pitch softball team finished second out of four teams in the Cumberland Heat tournament over the weekend, finishing with a 3-4 record.

    Adrienne Kesecker pitched three complete games to earn all three wins, allowing one earned run and no walks in those wins.

    Jamie Fowler went 4-for-5 with four RBI in the Sluggers' 14-7 win over the Mason-Dixon Diamonds on Saturday.

    Cara Thompson and Jen Willison went 3-for-4 and Willison had two RBI in a 5-1 win over Diamond Force on Sunday. Adrienne Munoz went 4-for-4, while Ashley Ryder and Kelly Dofflemeyer had two hits in a 10-0 win over Mason-Dixon.

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