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Friday's Area Roundup

August 09, 2002

WACO



Miller wins Chi-Chi Shootout


Marty Miller defeated Denny Stoner, Pat Steiner and Tim Armstrong in a four-man, sudden-death chip-off Thursday to become the 2002 Chi-Chi Shootout champion.

Armstrong was eliminated on the first chipoff hole (No. 16), and Steiner was eliminated on the second hole (No.17). Miller beat out Stoner on the final hole to win.

Bill Calhoun won the long drive contest, while Randy Barnes won the closest to the pin contest.




YOUTH LEAGUES



Paul Brandenburg Tournament


National 4, Valley 2: Desiree Griffin and Brayden Jones combined for a two-hitter, with Giffin striking out nine, while Ben Madison had two hits for National. Cory Kerr had two hits for Valley.

Brunswick 10, Conococheague 6: Andrew Tillus, Nicky King, Nick Aaronson and Dillon Brown each had two hits for Brunswick. Zach Clark had three hits, while Zachary Lucas and Brandon Rowland had two hits for Conococheague.

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River City Classic


East Frederick 12, Greencastle 4: Zach Jones had three hits and an RBI, Ethan Baker had two hits and two RBI and Ryan Arotin had two hits for East Frederick in the championship round.




ADULT LEAGUES



Halfway Morning Softball


Bud Light 26, Tony's Pizza 18: Jeff Beatty had four hits, including a home run, Scott Ricker had four hits and Joel Duffey and Wade Elwood had three hits, including a home run, for Bud Light, which won the league tournament.

Duffey, Beatty and Berry Petty all hit over .600 in the tournament, while Buck Stotler, Dave Foltz, John Moyer, Sean Hutzell and Jason Caniford all batted over .550.

Tri-State Fast-Pitch Softball


Mack Trucks 8, BJs Custom Creations 7: Jay Oaks had the game-winning hit in the bottom of seventh, and James Hornesby was 2-for-4 for Mack Trucks.

Flames 13, Reds 1: Curty Cline and Tyler Cline pitched a one-hitter for the Flames. Terry McPherson was 2-for-4.

Hub City Softball


Dual Highway Motors 33, Midas 31: Mike Ardinger had seven hits, Jack Duffy and Kevin Fuller had five hits and Rich Ristek homered for Dual Highway.

Dual Highway Motors 19, SL Woodring 18: Jack Duffy had five hits, Kevin Fuller and Eric Apple had two hits, and Jason Statler homered for Dual Highway.

Jerry's/Pro-Team 35, Myers Building Systems 29: Sid Shupp had five hits, Steve Pressgraves had four hits, including two home runs, Scott Shupp had four hits, including a home run, while Pudge Ebby, Dave Foltz, Chris Ricker and Rich Hayes each had four hits for Jerry's.

Hagerstown Church Softball


Virginia Avenue 26, Concordia 4: Cliff Miles had six hits, while Jason Gladhill, Mike Pickerall and Jeff Mowen had four hits for Virginia Avenue.

Tri-State Fellowship 14, Gateway 9: Chuck Smith had four hits, while Todd Streett and Mike Kelbaugh had three hits for Tri-State.




BRIEFS



USA Track summer meet


This meet is for all youths under 19 years of age and is intended to provide an opportunity for athletes of all abilities to participate.

It will be held on Saturday at Boonsboro High School. Registration is at 8 a.m., and the meet will begin at 9. Cost is $5, with the option to enter up to four events. Events include races of various lengths, the high jump, long jump, shot put and discus.

For more information, contact Jan Price at 301-293-4219.

Ausherman Memorial 5-Mile


The 15th annual Tom Ausherman Memorial 5-Mile Run will be held Saturday at the Marine Corps League in Chambersburg, Pa., beginning at 8 a.m.

Prize money of up to $500, as well as a random drawing for a Bermuda vacation, will be given away. There will also be competitions in several age groups.

Entry costs are $22 including t-shirt, $18 without and $15 for all runners under 21.

For more information, call 1-717-264-6715 during the day, 1-717-264-1848 in the evenings or send e-mail to jausher21@hotmail.com.

Class E Softball Tournament


A men's Class E Super NIT softball tournament will be held at Marty Snook Park on Aug. 17-18.

The top two teams will advance to Clearwater, Fla., in October. Trophies and t-shirts will be given away. Cutoff for registration is Aug. 14.

For more information, contact Doug Levine at 301-223-5090.

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