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Monday's Area Roundup

April 28, 2003

PREP BASEBALL



Peddie 4-3, Mercersburg 3-5


MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Morgan Flowers' two-run single in the top of the seventh gave Mercersburg Academy a victory in the second game and a split of a doubleheader with Peddie School on Sunday afternoon.

Peddie won the first game in nine innings, as the Blue Storm (7-4) failed to capitalize on scoring chances, leaving 12 runners stranded.

But in the late game, Mercersburg rallied with three runs in the seventh. Alex Laddbush and Matt Englehart both singled to start the inning and advanced to second and third on a passed ball. Flowers' clutch hit gave the Blue Storm a 4-3 lead, and Josh Davis' RBI single made it 5-3.

Chris Gallon, Kevin McLaughlin and Josh Edgin had RBI singles in the first game.




RUNNING



Spinnler defends Masters title


ALEXANDRIA, Va. - Maria Spinnler, of Hagerstown and the Cumberland Valley Athletic Club, successfully defended the Masters division title of the George Washington Parkway Classic 5K run on Sunday with a time of 18 minutes, 31.25 seconds. Spinnler finished fourth overall.

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COLLEGE BASEBALL



Shepherd 5-17, Charleston 1-3


CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Shepherd College used a 17-hit attack in the second game to complete a dominating doubleheader sweep of Charleston.

Mike Spry, Jason Walck and Joe Cook each had three hits in the second game for the Rams (19-15, 13-5 West Virginia Conference). Spry and Cook had three RBI each, while Josh Delawder and Charlie Drummond added two hits each. Hedgesville graduate J.R. Fitzwater struck out five in five innings to imrpove to 8-2.

Brad McCullough, Delawder and Cook each had two hits in the first game. Brian Renner went the distance, fanning four, and also imrpoved to 8-2.




COLLEGE SOFTBALL



HCC 6-2, Cecil 4-3


Hagerstown Community College scored three runs in the sixth inning to win the opener, but Cecil Community College bounced back with the winning run in the seventh inning of the nightcap as the teams split a doubleheader Sunday.

Amanda McGhee homered in the first game for the Hawks (21-11, 12-6 Maryland JuCo) and finished with two hits, while Megan Creek went 3-for-3. Winning pitcher Chelsea Jolliffe (9-5) and Erin Ross added two hits each. Creek had two more hits in the second game.

Wheeling Jesuit 3-8, Shepherd 0-2


WHEELING, W.Va. - Shepherd College managed just two runs while getting sewpt by Wheeling Jesuit University.

The Rams (7-22, 5-19 West Virginia Conference) left nine runners stranded while being shut out in the first game.

Carrie Cline had three hits for Shepherd in the second game, in which the Rams held a 2-1 lead until the Cardinals scored seven runs in the fifth. Brooke Small and Beth Vickers added two hits.




YOUTH LEAGUES



West End Little League


Elks 15, Stags 4: Jake Turner had five hits, including two home runs, Brian Cornett and Casey Thomas had four hits, Coty Miller had three hits and Chaz Baechtel and James Jones had two hits for Elks.

Moose 8, VFW 0: J.J. O'Neill threw a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts and added three hits, including a home run, and four RBI for Moose. Dustin Smith threw a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts for VFW.

Coca-Cola 6, AFL-CIO 5: Preston Smith had two hits and David Green scored the winning run for Coca-Cola.

West End Minor League


Woodpoint 7, Western Enterprise 7: Devon Robinson, Trey Boyd and Austin Scott had two hits for Woodpoint. Eric Martell had three hits and Nathan Smith and Terry Mumma had two hits for Western Enterprise.

South Mountain Little League


Nationwide 4, Post 10 3: Adam Collins had three hits and Zack Clopper had two hits for Nationwide. Kyle Grove had two hits for Post 10.

Lions 6, Thompson Gas 1: Troy Hartle, Shane Lowery and Tyler Thompson had two hits, while David Lewis and Zach Bemers combined on a two-hitter for Lions.

Sharpsburg Little League


Builder's Assistance 6, Chase Construction 2: Chet Price had 10 strikeouts for Builder's. Seth Poffenberger had two hits. Peter Martin had 10 strikeouts for Chase.

Company 1 18, Lions Club 12: A.J. Jamison had five hits, while Kris Gober, Cody Snavely, Daniel Friend and Philip Marshall had three hits for Company 1. Jake Mann, Justin Galvin, Shane Zbir, Devin Mills and Cody Myers had two hits for Lions Club.

Sharpsburg 7-8 Division


Nutter's Ice Cream 22, Builder's Firstsource 14: Aden Price and Adam McDonald had five hits for Nutter's. Aaron Snyder had two hits for Builder's.

Conococheague Minor League


Moose 9, Reids 2: Brandon Greene had 17 strikeouts for Moose.

Conococheague Little League


Post 202 12, Byer's Market 9: Corey Golden and Nathan Lowery had three hits, while Austin Baker, Conner Arnone and Stephen Christy had two hits for Post 202. Casey McKendrick had two hits for Byer's Market.

Halfway Little League


Gehr 4, Lions 0: Shane Maldoon and Kyle Stone combined to pitch a two-hitter and Maldoon had two hits for Gehr. Kyle Crist pitched a three-hitter for Lions.




GOLF



Stotelmyer gets ace


Bucky Stotelmyer, 42, of Hagerstown, scored his first hole-in-one Sunday at Hagerstown Municipal Golf Course.

Stotelmyer aced the par-3 fourth hole with a 5-iron.

Witnessing the shot were Scott Stotelmyer, Max Cave and Andy Reed.

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