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Carter earns All-American honor

Carter earns All-American honor

July 25, 2002

PREP BASEBALL



Josh Carter, a recent graduate of St. Maria Goretti, was named to the National Baseball Coaches Association All-America third team as a utility player.

Carter and Adam Hanselman, a 2002 graduate of Thomas Johnson, were named to the District 2 team, representing Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, the District of Columbia and Maryland, by the National High School Baseball Coaches Association. Fifteen players are named to each of the eight district teams.




YOUTH LEAGUES



Thomas Evans 7-8 At National Little League


Halfway 22, Valley White 13: Ethan and Evan Coblentz each had three hits, Pat Mitchell had three RBI, Caleb Jones and Eric Martell each had two hits and Logan Metzger had two hits, including a home run, for Halfway.

Thomas Evans 11-12 Tournament


Federal 13, Halfway 8: Tommy Evans had three hits, while Tyler Hornbecker, Kyle Hoffman, Matt Amalfitano and David Bowen had two hits for Federal. Mike Warrenfeltz and Andrew Duff had three hits, while Jon Houser had two hits and Justin Poffenburger and Josh Cline homered for Halfway.

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Maugansville 10, National 4: Aaron Mills had three hits,while Greg Luhouse and Hamilton Stamper had two hits for Maugansville. Stamper threw a one-hitter. Adrian Adams homered for National.

So. Mountain Minor League Tourney


Halfway 14, Maugansville 0: Adam Eichelberger and Dylan Turner combined for a no-hitter with eight strikeouts, Keith Ware had three hits and Henry Gigeous had two hits for Halfway.

Halfway 11, West End 1: Turner and Eichelberger combined for a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Danny Fraser had three hits for Halfway.

Richard Mooner Tournament


National 10, Valley 0: Preston Parrish tossed a no-hitter with six strikeouts and June Allen had two hits for National.

Jeremy K. Smith Tournament


Valley 11, National 5: Patrick Solberg and Taylor Metzger had two hits as Valley won the championship game. Chris Loudin had two hits, including a homer, and Jacob Carder added two hits for Nationals.




ADULT LEAGUES



Wash. Co Co-Ed Softball


D&G Liquors MIxed Nuts 14, Deafnet 0: Dawn Anderson had two home runs and four RBI, Cindy Barnhart had three hits and Mike Green pitched a shutout and had three hits for D&G. Stacy Myers had two hits for Deafnet.

Stouffer's 26, Deafnet 1 9: Lewis Carrier, Jr. had four hits and Jessica Stouffer scored three runs to lead Stouffer's.

Hub City Softball League


Burhan Station 38, Coors Light 20: Steve Alton had six hits, both Matt Jenkins and K.C. Hutzell had five hits, Danny Burg, Bink Eichelberger and Donnie Gipe each had four hits, and Alton and Dewey Whitmore both homered twice for Burhan.




YOUTH GOLF



WACO at Beaver Creek

Will Roney and Riley Ledden both shot 85 to tie for the top place. Boots Steiner was two shots behind, shooting an 87.

Next Tuesday, the final week of regular season concludes.

On August 5, the WACO Junior Championship will open the activities of WACO week at Beaver Creek. It will be the 19th WACO. A full field of 172 is expected to be completed by this weekend. At this time 130 golfers have entered.

  • Riley Ledden 44 - 41 - 85

  • Will Roney 43 - 42 - 85

  • Boots Steiner 48 - 39 - 87

  • Patrick Janet 49 - 44 - 93

  • Andrea Grier 50 - 44 - 94

  • Brian Gehrman 53 - 48 - 101

  • Nick Zaccaria 53 - 51 - 104

  • Julian Funk 57 - 55 - 112

  • Chris Rooney 59 - 63 - 122

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