Area roundup - Hancock takes two from the Lions

April 30, 2003


HANCOCK - Hancock won both games of a doubleheader against Broadfording, 11-10 and 12-6, on Wednesday to improve to 8-6.

In the first game, Andy Morris recorded the win on the mound with eight strikeouts and added two hits and two RBI. Derek Clingerman and Josh Rubenthal each helped Hancock's cause with two hits a piece.

Jeremy Newton proved to be the pivotal player in the nightcap for Hancock, notching 11 strikeouts and adding two hits with three RBI, including a three-run homer in the second inning. Jeff Willison had three hits with as many RBI, and Tyler Younker had two hits for Hancock.

FSK 4, Williamsport 3

UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Francis Scott Key scraped together a 4-1 lead and hung on for the 4-3 victory.


Norman Montgomery had two hits for FSK (2-10).

Leo Schill led Williamsport (12-4, 10-4) with two hits.

Boonsboro 1, Walkersville 2

BOONSBORO - Pat Blake tossed a complete-game three-hitter, allowing no earned runs and fanning seven as Walkersville defeated Boonsboro in the MVAL.

The Lions (8-5) grabbed a 2-1 lead in the top of the third inning off two Boonsboro errors and hung on for the win.

The Warriors (7-5) committed five errors in the loss.

Musselman 4, Potomac Falls 3

STERLING, Va. - Brian Woolum tossed a complete game with 10 strikeouts and fanned the side in the bottom of the seventh to lead Musselman past Potomac Falls.

Daniel Wean had two hits and drove in a run for the Applemen (12-9).

Shalom 9, Hertiage 1

MARION, Pa. Josh Tracey hit a solo home run in the sixth inning, and Simon Henry pitched a complete game with 13 strikeouts to lead Shalom (7-0) over Heritage.

Henry was also a force from the plate, going 2-for-4 with a double. Justin Berkey went 2-for-3, and Jeff Showalter added three hits to Shalom's win.

Walkersville 2, Boonsboro 1

BOONSBORO Pat Blake struck out seven as Walkersville (8-5) beat Boonsboro (7-5) in an MVAL contest.


Southern Fulton 9 McConnellsburg 3

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Jenny Liggett, Kayla Munson and winning pitcher Bethany Mellott each had two hits for Southern Fulton (6-5) as the Indians defeated McConnellsburg in the Sideling Hill League.

Liggett also drove in two runs, while Ashley Mallow homered in the win.

Heather Deshong had a triple for McConnellsburg.

Berkeley Springs 22 Keyser 3

KEYSER, W.Va. - Amanda Willard had two hits, including a grand slam in the first inning, as Berkeley Springs routed Keyser.

Willard finished with six RBI, while Amy Zahno had two hits with a home run and four RBI and Maggie Smith also had two hits and scored three runs for the Indians (13-9).

Francis Scott Key 6, Williamsport 0

UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Lithicun pitched a no-hitter for FSK in its win against Williamsport (6-9, 5-8 MVAL).

Walkersville 7, Boonsboro 1

BOONSBORO Walkersville broke open a scoreless duel with a five-run sixth inning to down Boonsboro.

Greencastle 8 Bermudian Springs 4

YORK SPRINGS, Pa. - Serena Sheeder hit a solo shot in the seventh inning and went 3-for-4 to lead the Blue Devils past Bermudian Springs. Jessica Statler took the win on the mound for Greencastle (9-5).

Cumberland Valley Christian 22 Grace Academy 9

Grace Academy fell to 2-6 with the lopsided loss to Cumberland Valley Christian Academy.

Grace scored eight runs in the fourth inning.


JB's Bremmer wins at Mid-Penn Championships

ENOLA, Pa. - James Buchanan's Matt Bremmer won the No. 5 singles division at the Mid-Penn Conference Championships.

Bremmer defeated Matt Snyder of East Pennsboro in straight, 6-4 and 6-1.

JB's Corey Rouzer and John Blair both fell in the finals. Rouzer lost to Sam Trone of Biglerville and Blair fell to Joe Roller of East Pennsboro.


Shepherd 11-12 Ohio Valley 7-9

VIENNA, W. Va. - Shepherd College swept a doubleheader against Ohio Valley in the West Virginia Conference.

The Rams used a six-run seventh inning to take the opener 11-7, and again rallied in the nightcap for a 12-9 win.

Brad McCullough had a pair of doubles and drove in five runs to lead the Rams in game one. Mike Spry and Charlie Drummond each had two hits, while Shane Wines belted a three-run homer in the opener.

Spry hit a grand slam to lead the Rams (22-16) in game two.


Maugansville Senior League

Shawleys 11, Hagerstown Trust 4: Blake McCoy had three hits and David Kendal had two for Shawley's.

Maugansville Junior League

Hagerstown Kitchens 9, Carbaugh's Tree Service 7: Carl Spessard pitched a complete game with 13 strikeouts and he and John Proctor each had two hits for Hagerstown Kitchens. Chris Breeden, Joe Bower and Adam Merbaugh had two hits each for Carbaugh's.

American Little League

FOP 8, Goodwill 3: Michael Russ had a pair of hits, including a home run and Andrew Likely had two hits to lead FOP.

Clear Spring Little League

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