Area Roundup

July 17, 2002


District 1 11-12 tournament

OAKLAND, Md. - South Mountain earned a spot in the championship round by winning the losers' bracket championship, 15-7, over Oakland on Tuesday.

South Mountain will play at West End, the winners' bracket champion, at 6 tonight. If West End wins, it's the District 1 champ. If South Mountain wins, another game will be played at 6 p.m. Thursday at South Mountain.

Sharpsburg 7-8 tournament

Maugansville 13, Clear Spring 6: Mike Churchey had three hits, including a grand slam, and nine RBI for Maugansville. Nick Hill and Jared Brandt had two hits each for Clear Spring.

South Mountain 15, West End 10: Justin Backman had three hits and Justin Lewis and Aaron Miranda each had two hits for South Mountain. Dalton Shoemaker had two hits for West End.


Valley Blue 16, Claer Spring 7: Ryan Bolton, Luke Palms and Charley Williams each had two hits for Valley Blue.

Smithsburg 9-10 tournament

Valley 7, Columbia. Md. Red Dogs 5: Jordan Thurber had three RBI and combined with Aaron Schroyer and Jason Kendall to strike out nine for Valley.

Jeremy K. Smith Tournament At South Mountain

Valley 11, Clear Spring 1

South Mountain 7, Federal 6: For South Mountain, Blake Roberts and Cody Linton both had three hits and David Lewis had two hits.

National 5, West End 4: Greg Lyman and Dustin Smith both had two hits for West End.


Mount Airy 4 Funkstown 2

MOUNT AIRY, Md. - Aaron Showe, Josh Carter and Gerry Spessard each had two hits for Funkstown Post 211 (25-8)

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Miner, Bellon (6) and Allen. Dahlgren, Klein (8), Mabry (9), Cardany WP- Dahlgren LP- Miner ( 4-1).


Young, Hintze tie

Stev Young and Luke Hintze tied with 8-over par 60s Tuesday in the Washington County qualifier at Yingling's. The top 12 qualifier will play at Beaver Creek today.

1. (tie) Steve Young, Luke Hintze 60; 3. Kyle Lewis 62; 4. Patrick Janet 63; 5. Scott Steiner 64; 6. Clarke Grumbine 65; 7. Andy Mellott 66; 8. Kevin Motz 69; 9. (tie) Chris Martin, Logan Hintze 70; 11. (tie) Steve Spalding, Julian Funk 73.

July 11 at Beaver Creek

1. Ashley Grier 80; 2. Will Roney 81; 3. Luke Hintze 86; 4. Chris Martin 87; 5. Alicia Grier 92; 6. Andrea Grier 94; 7. Logan Hintze 95; 8. Patrick Janet 97; 9. Kyle Lewis 98.

Ausherman misses by one stroke

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) - Isaac Jimison set a course record with a 7-under-par 65 Tuesday to finish at 11-under at 133 and win the stroke-play portion of the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship by three shots.

Along with the stroke-play medal, the California native will be the top-seeded player in the match-play portion of the event, which begins today at The Orchards Golf Club.

The original field of 156 was cut to the top 64 based on the two rounds of stroke play. The cut was at 2-over 146.

Middletown's Derek Ausherman shot a 73 on Tuesday and finished at 3-over 147.


Halfway Morning Softball

Bud Light/RCI 25, MCI 14: Terry Harnish Jr. had four hits, including a home run, Shawn Reed and Joel Duffey had four hits, Jeff Beatty had three hits, including a home run, and Dave Foltz, Terry Harnish Sr. and Buck Stotler each had three hits for Bud Light.

Hub City Softball

Lenox 23, Hub City Heat 13: Kevin Richards had four hits, Travis Miller and T.J. Hood each had three hits and Mike Ward hit two home runs for Lenox.

Burhans Station 23, Intimidator Trucking 11: For Burhans, Dewey Whitmore, Todd Grimes and Donnie Gipe all had four hits, Matt Jenkins and Jeff Parks both had three hits while Grimes and Sickey each had a home run.

Leroy Myers 24, Sealy Mattress 14: For Leroy, Earl Sotler had four hits, including three home runs, while Tom Baker and Jerry Costco both had four hits. For Sealy, Brad Ardinger had a home run.

Hagerstown Church League

Tri-State Fellowship 24, Ringold 12: Mike Koontz had six hits, Jody Rohrer and Todd Streett had five hits while Jason Conner, Don Tapley had four hits for Tri-State.

Virginia Avenue 23, Church of the Nazarene 3: Jason Gladhill, John Kennedy, Jeff Mowen and Mike Pickerall all had four hits for Virginia Avenue.

Tri State Fast Pitch Softball

Reds 5, Mack Truck 4: For Reds, Andy Ernst had two hits and three RBI while Rob Knable had two hits. For Mack, Jay Oaks had three hits, including a home run, Mike Bagbie had two hits, including a home run, and Rick Martin had four hits.

B&B Embroidery 16, B.J. Embroidery 1: Russ Martin and Chris Everitts both had home runs for B&B.

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