Roundup - Cougars take a pair from state rival Morgantown

April 20, 2003
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Total Lube 5, St. Lawrence 4: Chase Delawder and Taylor Metzger had two hits and John Hodges was the winning pitcher with 15 strikeouts for Total Lube. Jacob Gouff had two hits for St. Lawrence.

SMRG 11, Post 211 4: Jordan Thurber pitched a complete game, allowing three hits while striking out 11 for SMRG. Ronnie Heiston had four hits and Anthony Minnich had two hits. Ryan Hogue hit a two-run home run for Post 211.

F&M Bank 4, Dorsey Bros. 1: Jay Shafer struck out 11 in a complete game win and Brett Rosenthal had two RBI for F&M Bank.

Conococheague Little League

Lions 16, Redmen 7: Tara Malloy had three hits, Colby McCauley had four hits and Andrew Moats had two hits for the Lions. Jesse Buchman had two hits, including a home run, for Redmen.


Wolfe's 2, Byers' Market 1: Mark Oliver had two hits for Wolfe's. Travis Rhoton had two hits for Byers' Market.

South Mountain Little League

Nationwide 5, Reeses Home Improvement 1: Adam Collins and Tyler Walsh had two hits each for Nationwide. John Shobe struck out 17 for Reeses.

South Mountain Minor League

Reese's Home Improvement 13, OK Plumbing 12: Tyler Redman had two hits and Dustin Harmon drove in the game-winning run for Reese's.

Clear Spring Little League

Cubs 12, Pirates 6: Zack Kees, Ryan Aaron, Adam Proctor, Aaron Clark, and Bradley Mills all had two hits for the Cubs. Sam Morris had two hits for the Pirates.

Athletics 9, Cubs 8: Bruce Mills and Sam Mills had two doubles each and Brandon Murphy added two hits for the Athletics. Cory Shrader had two hits for the Cubs.

Hagerstown PONY League

Goodwill 10, UAW 0: Marcellus Sumlin pitched a complete game shutout with 11 strikeouts and had two hits, while Zack Shoemaker had two hits, including a homer, and Aaron Mills had two hits for Goodwill.

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