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Stuhler comes from behind for 105th win at Speedway

May 07, 2003

HAGERSTOWN SPEEDWAY



Greencastle's Gary Stuhler took the lead from Charlie Schaffer on the final lap and held on by a half-car length to win the 25-lap ITSI late model feature race Saturday night.

It was Stuhler's 105th career victory and his third this season at Hagerstown.

Stuhler started 12th in the feature and was fourth with three laps left before making his final charge.

In other action, Will Fair scored his first win of the year in the 20-lap Hoosier Tires/Mid-Atlantic late model sportsman feature, Bruce Leibowitz ended a winless spell dating back to October 2001 in the 15-lap Ernie's Salvage Yard pure stock main event and Jim Mullandore, of Hagerstown, won the 30-lap enduro dash.




COLLEGE TRACK



Bonano gets pair of top-5 finishes


GETTYSBURG, Pa. - Emilie Bonano, a South Hagerstown graduate currently running for Dickinson College, finished fifth in both the 100- and 200-meter dashes Sunday at the Centennial Conference championships.

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Bonano, a junior who had previously been sidelined by hip injuries, ran the 100 in 13.31 seconds and the 200 in 27.16.

Middletown graduate Andrea Pope, a sophomore, finished sixth in the 800 in 2 minutes, 22.4 seconds, and was part of the winning 3,200 relay team which finished in 9:22.19.

Dickinson finished second to Gettysburg, 174-170, in the team competition.




YOUTH LEAGUES



Wash. Co. Girls Softball


AHI 9, Dynamark 1: Kelly Toms had 10 strikeouts and Chanlene Sandonato had Dynamark's only hit.

PAL 17, Paul Crampton Contractors 14: Ashlyn Foopen and Jess Patey each homered for PAL.

American Little League


Funkstown Legion 4, FOP 0: Demetrius Stubbs threw a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts to lead Funkstown Legion. Eric Campbell homered in the win.




ADULT LEAGUE



Corbi's Thunder qualifies


Corbi's Thunder placed third in the National Softball Association Class E qualifier to advance to the World Series in September.

Alan Largent and Ricky Bean hit over .700 in the tournament, while Chuck Shatzer and Gary Shatzer each hit over .600.

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