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Area Roundup

August 05, 2002

LEGION BASEBALL



SALISBURY, Md. - Western Maryland District champion Funkstown lost to Cissel-Saxon 6-3, but rebounded to defeat Salisbury 11-1 on Saturday at the Maryland American Legion Tournament.

Funkstown trailed 6-0 to Cissel-Saxon in the ninth before Josh Carter's two-run single and David Miner's RBI single cut it to 6-3. But Cissel-Saxon closed the door.

Later in the day, Carter, Miner and Aaron Showe each had three hits in the blowout of Salisbury. Matt Allen hit a three-run homer, while T.J. Hose allowed five hits and struck out 10 in a complete game.

Funkstown plays today against Talbot at 10 a.m.

Cissel-Saxon 6, Funkstown 3

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Cunningham, Durfee (5) and Bennof. Wingerd, Bellon (6) and Allen. WP - Cunningham. LP - Wingerd (6-3).

Funkstown 11, Salisbury 1

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Rathel, Dawson (6) and Riley. Hose and Showe. WP - Hose (7-2). LP - Rathel. HR - F: Allen (5th, two on).




YOUTH LEAGUES



PONY Regional Tournament


Hagerstown 6, Tri-T North 2

POLAND, Ohio - Aerick Keller and Scott Keeney combined on a three-hitter with 17 strikeouts for Hagerstown. Matt Murray had two hits, including a home run, and Scott Keeney and Dink Snowden also had two hits in the eight-inning victory.

Hagerstown will play today at noon for the regional championship.

River City Classic


Greencastle 11, East Frederick 2: Seth Group had four hits and four RBI, while Andrew Zeger and Cole Sellers each had three hits for Greencastle.

Pen-Mar 7, Conococheague 4: Jesse Mowen and David Minnick combined for eight strikeouts and gave up only five hits, while Mowen had two hits for Pen-Mar. Casey McKenrick had two hits for Conococheague.

Paul Brandenburg Tournament


Conococheague 16, American 5: Zachary Clark, Zachary Lucas, Steve Clavette, Matt Kelley and Brandon Rowland each had two hits for Conococheague. Quendell Spencer, Amber Elliot and Brittany Lucklier each had two hits for American.

Valley 11, Brunswick 2: D.J. Johnson and Robbie Veil combined on a four-hitter for Valley. Veil had three RBI, while Matt Bobbitt had two RBI.

Paul Brandenburg Minor League Tournament


Maugansville 4, Sharpsburg 2

Conococheague 16, American 5

Valley 11, Brunswick 2

National 15, Federal 1

South Mountain 7, West End 3




ADULT LEAGUES



Tavern Softball


New Delmar Inn won three straight games to win the 2002 Tavern Softball League tournament.




JUNIOR GOLF



Elementary Division


at Yingling's Golf Center

BOYS: Grade 1 - 1. Randy Nee, 47; 2. Brandon Butrick, 57; 3. Evan Harrell, 58. Grade 2 - 1. Luke Shindle, 47; 2. Kris Burdick, 47; 3. Christian Grosh, 48. Grade 3 - 1. Kenny Sterner, 58; 2. Chase Bachtell, 60. Grade 4 - 1. A.J. Minnich, 32; 2. Ryan Harshman, 42; 3. Conner Spessard, 43. Grade 5 - 1. Jordon Thurber, 27; Brandon Reed, 34; 3. Jacob Steich, Matt Rummel, 37.

GIRLS: Grades 1-3 - 1. Becky Gossard, 38; 2. Kelli Wright, 60; 3. Alysha Deleon, 62. Grades 4-5 - 1. Keri Wright, 42; 2. Emily Steiner, 50; 3. Beth Burdick, 62.




RUNNING



Women's Distance Festival


FREDERICK, Md. - Randy Buzzell of Middletown finished in first place out of 108 participants with a time of 19 minutes, 2 seconds in the Women's Distance Festival 5K. Her sister, Emily Buzzell, finished second in 19:16.

Carolyn Showalter of Maugansville finished fifth overall and first in the Masters division in 21:49. It was her second Masters victory.

Fred Kaley 10K


GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Rick Roundtree and Scott Sehon tied for first place in 34:41. Troy Harrison, running for the Cumberland Valley Athletic Club, finished third in 35:05.

In the women's race, Susan Graham-Gray won in 38:20. Suzanne Ripley was second in 48:29, and Jessica Hall was third in 52:34.

Randy Stroble, 49, was the Masters winner for the men in 38:15. Deb Burd, also 49, won the women's Masters in 54:16.




SPEEDWAY



Card rained out


For the second week in a row, heavy rain forced the cancellation of racing on Saturday at Hagerstown Speedway.

Next week, the Speedway will host the American Motorcyclist Association Hub-City Classic. The Grand National flat track championship starts at 6 p.m. with practice. Racing begins at 8. Gates open at 4.

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