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Sunday's area roundup - Rams sweep Concord

April 14, 2003

COLLEGE BASEBALL



SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd evened its record at 13-13, while improving to 7-3 in the West Virginia Conference, with a doubleheader sweep of Concord (13-12, 7-3) on Sunday.

Shepherd won the first game 4-2 and the second, 5-3.

Brad McCullough's two-run homer in the sixth inning broke a 2-2 tie and lifted the Rams to the win in game one. Starter Brian Renner (6-1) struck out nine in a complete-game effort for Shepherd, while Jason Walck went 3-for-3 to pace the offense.

Charlie Drummond paced the Rams in game two with a pair of RBI doubles, while J.R. Fitzwater scattered six hits and fanned six for his fifth win of the season.




COLLEGE SOFTBALL



HCC 11-20, FCC 3-3


Amanda McGhee hit for the cycle and drove in seven runs in the second game of Hagerstown Community College's Maryland JuCo doubleheader sweep of Frederick Community College.

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Trish Douglas and Chelsea Jolliffe each had three hits in the second game as the Hawks (10-7, 2-2) pounded out 18 hits and led 12-0 after one inning.

Seven HCC players had two hits in the first game. McGhee finished the day with six hits, while Jolliffe and Douglas each had five. Brandi Drummond, Erin Ross and Adriane Mallow each had four hits on the day.

Shepherd 3-0 WVU-Tech 2-2


MONTGOMERY, W.Va. - Brooke Small's RBI double in the ninth inning lifted Shepherd to its first West Virginia Conference victory of the season in game one of its doubleheader at WVU-Tech.

Karen Burnette pitched the final two innings for the Rams (3-12, 1-9).

Christy Carroll tossed a three-hit shutout for the Golden Bears in the nightcap.

Katy Fincharm led Shepherd in game two with a pair of hits.




AUTO RACING



Miller gets first win of the year


Jeremy Miller, of Gettysburg, Pa., took control on the 10th lap and never looked back, winning the 25-lap late model feature at Hagerstown Speedway on Saturday night.

It was Miller's first win of the year and first in three years at Hagerstown.

Richard Walls, of St. Thomas, Pa., led every lap on his way to winning the 20-lap Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic late model sportsman feature.

Kenny Dillon, of Hanover, Pa., came from the 12th starting position for his second straight win in the 15-lap Ernie's Salvage Yard pure stock main event, while Hancock's Kevin Durst won the enduro dash.




PREP BASEBALL



Jefferson 12-11 Musselman 7-5


SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Justin Dailey finished the day with seven hits, six runs scored and three RBI to lead Jefferson (11-4) to the doubleheader sweep of Musselman (3-7) on Saturday.

Josh Simons had four hits in game one for Jefferson, while Jawaan Holmes added two hits, two runs and two RBI and then had three runs and two RBI in game two.

Chris Price paced Musselman with three hits, three runs and two RBI in game one, while Brandon Combs had three hits and three RBI for the Applemen in game two.




RUNNING



Nelson wins 100-mile race


RALEIGH, N.C. - Laura Nelson, a 1983 graduate of South Hagerstown High School, was the women's winner at the Umstead 100-Mile Endurance Run last weekend.

Nelson, who lives in Waynesboro, Va., covered the distance in 18 hours, 30 minutes - beginning Saturday and ending Sunday. She placed fifth overall out of 78 finishers.

Nelson is a four-time winner of the JFK 50-Mile ultramarathon.




GOLF



Beaver Creek wins


Beaver Creek defeated Fountainhead Country Club 11-7 in the Maryland State team match on Saturday.

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