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HCC rallies to earn JuCo split

April 20, 2003

COLLEGE BASEBALL



KEYSER, W.Va. - Hagerstown Community College scored 10 runs in the final two innings Friday to take a 10-7 come-from-behind victory over Potomac State and ensure itself a split of a doubleheader.

Potomac State came back for a 4-2 win in the nightcap.

Hagerstown trailed by four runs heading into the final inning of the first game before mounting a seven-run rally on four hits, three walks, a hit batsman, and a Catmount error to grab the victory.

Colby Rickabaugh pitched 1 2/3 innings of scoreless relief for his third win. Devan Ewell had three RBI, including a two-run single in the seventh. Justin Wenger added two hits for the Hawks.

HCC came close to an encore in the nightcap, staring at a 4-0 defecit, but coming up short on the heels of a two-run sixth inning.

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Ryan Devlin tossed a complete game, allowing five hits and three earned runs for the loss. Travis Hebron had two hits and an RBI for Hagerstown (18-9-1).

COLLEGE SOFTBALL



Shepherd 13-12, Glenville 5-3


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Jennifer Canby beat out an inside-the-park home run in the second game to cap Shepherd's second-game victory and a West Virginia Intercollegiate Conference doubleheader sweep of Glenville.

The Rams (5-14, 3-11) used five hits and 12 walks to build an early lead, enough to defeat the Pioneers.

In the opener, Shepherd pitcher Karen Burnette scattered nine hits for the victory. Sara Rosboschil, Canby and Brooke Small each had two hits for Shepherd.

PREP BASEBALL



Pendleton Co. 9-3, Jefferson 5-8


SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Josh Simons pitched a complete game with 10 strikeouts while allowing two walks to help Jefferson win the second game of a doubleheader and earn a split with Pendleton County.

Brian Peterson and Juwaan Holmes had two hits and two RBI to help the Cougars (14-6) hand Pendleton County (9-1) its first loss of the season.

In the opener, Justin Dailey had three hits and Holmes had two hits for the Cougars.

Mussleman 13, St. Maria Goretti 3


INWOOD, W.Va. - Brian Woolum and Daniel Wean had two singles each while Musselman took advantage of 15 walks and one hit batter to knock off St. Maria Goretti.

Paul Angello and Sean Ingle each had two singles for Goretti (3-7).

PREP SOFTBALL



Berkeley Springs 10, Goretti 0


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Berkeley Springs pitcher Julie Scherpf tossed a no-hitter with seven strikeouts and no walks as the Indians rolled past St. Maria Goretti on Thursday.

An error on a fly ball prevented Scherpsf - who also had two hits and two RBI - from a perfect game.

Amanda Willard, Amy Zahnow and Jess Detrick each added two hits for the Indians (10-7). Zahnow also had two RBI, and Willard added one.

JV SOFTBALL



Berkeley Springs 16, Goretti 6


BRIEFS



Spinnler wins at EKU Open Classic


RICHMOND, Ky. - Hagerstown resident Maria Spinnler won the women's 5K race in a time of 17:51.58 at the Eastern Kentucky University Open Classic.

Spinnler, 41, of the Cumberland Valley Athletic Club, is a 1984 graduate of EKU. The race was the first time in 19 years hat Spinnler had competed on the EKU course.

AUTO RACING



Weather postpones Shootout


Rain and cold weather took the checkered flag as the opening round of the Winchester- Hagerstown Speedway Shootout scheduled for Friday was postponed.

The program was rescheduled for May 25.

The Shootout was the fourth program that has been postponed or canceled because of weather at Hagerstown Speedway this season.

The Winchester Speedway half of the Shootout will remain scheduled for tonight at 7 p.m. Gates for the show will open at 5 p.m.

Next week, Hagerstown Speedway will host the first appearance of the Renegade DirtCar Racing Series. The visiting late model circuit will compete with the track regulars in the Stanley Schetrompf Memorial. The 50-lap race pays $7,000 to the winner.

Also on the card are the ITSI late models will be the Hoosier Tires Mid-Atlantic late model sportsman and the Ernie's Salvage Yard pure stocks. Race time is 7:30 p.m. with warm-ups beginning at 7.

PREP BASEBALL



Pendleton Co. 9, Jefferson 5


Pend. Co.050 012 1-9 13 3

Jefferson 003 200 0 -5 10 4

Heavner, Bowers (5) and Simon. Ketzel, Kozak (2), Holmes (4) and Gustines, Davis. WP - Bowers. LP - Holmes (3-2).

Jefferson 5, Pendleton Co. 3


Pend. Co. 020 010 0-3 8 3

Jefferson 005 021 x-5 12 3

Arbigost, Props (5), Crider (6) and Simon. Simons and Davis. WP - Simons (1-0). LP - Arbigost. HR - PC: Heavner (5th, none on).

Musselman 13, Goretti 3


Goretti 001 200 -3 8 4

Musselman 451 012- 13 7 2

Donoghue, Dorsey (2), Herman (6) and Brashears. Pletcher and Whittington. WP- Pletcher. LP - Donoghue.

PREP SOFTBALL



Berk. Springs 10, Goretti 0


Goretti 000 00-003

B. Springs 3142x-10111

Prieston and Donoghue. Scherpf and Detrick. WP - Scherpf. LP - Prieston.

Girls Lacrosse


St. James 10, Maret 6

Goals: SJ - Katie Graham 5, Kara Rosenthal 2, Beth Hansen 2, Soja Morgens.

Assists: SJ - Hanson, Rosenthal, Katie Tuidor, Taylor Twigg.

Saves: SJ: Kat Bearese 8.

Halftime: Maret, 5-4

Record: St. James is 7-0.

Girls Tennis


Jefferson 6, St. James 1

at SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va.

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