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Area roundup for 7/27

July 27, 2002

YOUTH LEAGUES



Richard Mooner Tournament


Valley 10, West End 0: Jack Schwartz homered and combined with Robbie Veil for nine strikeouts for Valley at South Mountain.

Federal 12, South Mountain 6: Brady Wink and John Skinner combined for eight strikeouts and Joshua Younker and Kimmy Frederickson each had two hits for Federal.

13-year-old PONY League tourney


Hagerstown 7, Morgantown 6: In Boardman, Ohio, Dustin Boward completed Hagerstown's comeback with a one-out bases-loaded single to drive in the winning run in the opening round.

Hagerstown trailed 6-4 before scoring two runs in the sixth to tie the game. Ryan Heavner fired a complete-game victory with 11 strikeouts while Kyle Kane added two hits.

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Hagerstown advances to face the winner of Washington, Pa.-Poland, Ohio, today at 3 p.m.

PONY Section Tournament


Hagerstown B 3, Harundale Hurricanes 2: Alex Tyler, Matt Stevens and David Richards combined on a four-hitter with 12 strikeouts for Hagerstown. Scott Hallyburton homered and Sean Lepper had 13 strikeouts for the Hurricanes.

Hagerstown A 3, Taneytown Rangers 0: Matt Fortese and Bruce Terris both homered and Matt Murray threw a one-hitter with 18 strikeouts for Hagerstown. David Fringer tossed a five-hitter with six strikeouts for Taneytown.

Thomas Evans 11-12 tourney


Federal 2 National 0: Kyle Hoffman threw a complete, game two-hitter with 10 strikeouts as Federal eliminated National at National Little League.

Federal 5, Maugansville 4: Nathan Harden had three hits, including the game-winning RBI, and Cody Nelling had two hits and Andrew Stout had a home run for Federal to force a title game today. Hamilton Stamper had three hits and Aaron Mills homered for Maugansville.

Adam Keyes tourney


Federal 12, South Mountain 1: Allen Sandberg, Jeff Wentzell, Grant McWilliams and Robert Graver all had two hits for Federal. Ryan Lewis and Andrew Griffith each had two hits for South Mountain

Maugansville 11, West End 5: Jared Sis and T.J. Socks each had two hits for Maugansville. Casey Thomas and Joe Breehl each had two hits for West End.

Hagerstown Palomino


Hagerstown 4, Edgewood 3: David Gouff threw a six-hitter for the win.

Hagerstown 13, Washington 12: David Gouff, Matt Miller and Brad Jennings all had two hits for Hagerstown. Chris Miller hit a three-run triple in the bottom of the seventh to score the go-ahead run.




GOLF



WACO field filled


The 172-player filled was filled in record time of the 19-year event on Aug. 10-11 at Beaver Creek Country Club.

Eight players are also on the waiting list, as 180 golfers have submitted applications. Players will get entry according to their entry numbers. Pairings will be announced Aug. 5.

2002 WACO Week at Beaver Creek

Aug. 5 Junior Golf Championship

Aug. 6 WACO Media Tourney

Aug. 7 WACO Pro-Am

Aug. 8 Chi-Chi's Shootout at Sundown

Aug. 9 Jim Ward's "Big Daddy" Long Drive Contest

Aug. 10 WACO First Round

Aug. 1 WACO Final Round




COLLEGE FOOTBALL



Shepherd season tickets on sale


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Reserved (upper and lower) and general admission tickets plans are now on sale through the Shepherd's sports information office.

The 2002 football team will play five home games, beginning on Sept. 14 against Virginia Union. The Rams will also have conference home contests against Fairmont (Oct. 12 - Family Day), Glenville (Oct. 26 - Homecoming), West Virginia Wesleyan (Nov. 9 - Hall of Fame Weekend), and Concord (Nov. 16 - Civitan Bowl).

To purchase tickets or for more information call the sports information office at (304) 876-5228 or (800) 344-5231 ext. 5228.

Tickets may also be purchased on-line at www.shepherdbook.com.




ADULT LEAGUES



Hub City Softball


Century 21 15, Midas 13: Lew Thomas had five hits, Brad Moore and Steve Ebberts each added four hits, Brad Weaver and Allen Moore had three hits apiece while Mel Weaver had two home runs and Steve Ebberts added a home run for Century 21.

Hagerstown Area Church Softball


Grace 21, Christ Lutheran 20: Bud Allen had six hits and Doug Nigh, Matt Ott, and Brian Allen all had three hits for Grace. Eric Fitzgerald had two home runs as Andy Koontz homered once for Christ Lutherean.

Tri-State 26, Otterbein 22: Pete Geurnberg, Danny Fraker and Chuck Smith all had five hits as Todd Street and Jason Conner both had four hits for Tri-State.

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