Area Roundup

July 30, 2002


Adam Kees Tournament

Maugansville 10, Federick American 8: Matt Carey, Brett Bell, Ryan Glazer, Zach Clark and Miles Trumpower each had two hits for Maugansville. Andrew Malamet had two hits for Frederick American.

Halfway 12, American 9: Evan Hershberger had three hits, while Bradley Kritezer tripled and homered for Halfway. Bryan Parlett had three hits while and Tony Vender and Eric Campbell had two hits each for American.

South Mountain 7, Federick American 4: Andrew Griffith had a three-run homer for South Mountain. Hank Adams had three hits for Frederick American.

Richard Mooner Tournament

Valley 19, Halfway 9: Matt Bobbitt had four RBI and Ben Forrest added two RBI for Valley. Dylan Turner had three RBI for Halfway.

River City Classic

South Mountain 7, Valley 6: Troy Hartle, Sean Colgan and Phillip Hershberger had two hits each for South Mountain.


Wash. Co. Co-ed Softball

4-Star 16, Fire Protection 13: Rick Swauger was 3-for-4 with four RBI and Jaime Dick was 3-for-3 with a home run and four RBI for 4-Star.

D&G LIquors 16, Deafnet 2: Dawn Anderson had two hits and two RBI, while Mike Green had four hits, five RBI and a home run and Kirk Noaker had two hits and three RBI for D&G.

Hub City Softball

Midas 16, Sealy 4: Larry Winston, D.J. Jenkins and Alan Zigfeild had four hits, while Mike Stouffer homered for Midas.

Burhans Station 18, Fazoli's 8: Dale Reed and Danny Berg each had three hits, while Curtis Whitmore, Carry Malloy and Matt Sickney each homered for Burhans.

Hagerstown Church Softball

Christ Lutheran 21, Nazarene 13: Jody Koontz had four hits, including three triples, for Christ Lutheran. Curtis Berry and Josh Wilson had three hits. Ned Householder and Pete Baxter homered for Nazarene.

Virginia Ave. 32, New Life 13: Jeff Mowen had five hits, while Bill Green, John Merrbaugh and Tommy Shifflett homered for Virginia Ave.


HAYSL seeks referees

The Hagerstown Area Youth Soccer League is recruiting volunteer referees for the fall 2002 season.

Co-ed youth games are played on Saturdays at various times throughout the day. High school-age youth may be able to use their time as a referee to contribute to their Community Service hours.

Referee training is available, with the date, time and location pending the number of participants.

Classes offered will be:

  • Youth ages 11-12 may take the youth referee course and will eligible to referee U-8 and under.

  • Youth ages 13-14 may take the regional referee course and will be eligible to referee U-10 and under.

  • Youth over 14 and adults may take the regional referee course and will be eligible to referee all divisions.

For questions, contact referee administrator Dave Long at 240-52-SCORE, ext. 109, or

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