Herman blasts Gaels past St. Mary's Riken

May 16, 2003


Mason Herman belted a walk-off three-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning as St. Maria Goretti defeated St. Mary's Riken 7-5 in the Maryland Class B Private Schools State Tournament on Thursday.

Paul Angello and winning pitcher Trevor Cobb each had two hits, and Zach Light added a two-run single for the Gaels (4-15).

Greencastle 2 Bishop McDevitt 1

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Brett Sellers hit a two-run single in the top of seventh inning, as Greencastle (15-6) clinched the third seed for the District 3 playoffs.


Southern Fulton 2, Everett 1

EVERETT, Pa. - Southern Fulton trailed the whole game, before scoring two runs in the top of the seventh inning to defeat Everett.


The Indians (7-9) tied the game on an RBI single by Kayla Munson and scored the go-ahead run when pinch-runner Randy Swope scored on a passed ball.


Shepherd announces tennis signings

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd College announced that Hedgesville's Jessica Clarke and Jefferson's Jennifer Kastle have signed letters of intent to play tennis for the Rams in 2003.

Clark earned Outstanding Tennis Player honors for Hedgesville in 2001 and 2002. Kastle is a state champion at No. 4 singles and a two-time state runner-up in doubles.

Ram Hitting Camp scheduled for the summer

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd College will host the Ram Summer Hitting Camp at Fairfax Field this summer.

Campers can sign up for one of four one-hour time slots (9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., or 12 p.m.) during the respective sessions (June 16-19, June 23-26 or July 7-10).

Head coach Wayne Riser will serve as instructor and cost is $65 per session. Slots are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more info call Riser at 1-304-876-5472.

Teams welcomed to Abe Williams tourneys

SMITHSBURG - The Smithsburg Little Sluggers are inviting all local baseball organizations to participate in the 27th annual Abe Williams Tournament.

There will be three separate tournaments for various age groups. The Rookie League Tournament for 7- to 8-year-olds will be played from July 1-12, the Minor League Tournament for 9- to 10-year-olds will be played from July 13-25, and the Major League Tournament for 11- to 12-year-olds will be played from July 26-Aug. 3. For information, call Dave Conway at 301-824-3757.


Senior League

Clear Spring 8, Post 202 7: Derek Hanes, Adam Kriner, Darren Jackson, Bryan Worthington and Zack Hartman each had two hits for Clear Spring. Josh Scrimsher had three hits for Post 202.

Junior Interleague

Accent Imaging 3, Redmen 2: Steven Munson had two hits and Ryan Shifler drove in the game-winning run to lead Accent Imaging. Jesse Mason tossed a complete game with seven strikeouts in the loss for Redmen.

West End Little League

Moose 12, Coke 0: Brent Smith had two hits, while J.J. O'Neill and Terry Williams both hit grand slams for Moose.

West End Minor League

FOP 2, Western Enterprise 1: Kevin Kretzer scored both runs for FOP. Terry Mumma led Western Enterprise with two hits.

Maugansville Jr. League

Penn Avenue Meats 21, Hagerstown Kitchens 2: Chris Benner, Craig Fazenbaker, Andy Lytle and David Sharon had two hits each for Penn Avenue.

Federal Little League

Lions 17, Exchange 5: Jeremey Barron hit a home run and Thomas Allen and John Courtney each had two hits for Lions. Charlie Brasher and John Skinner each had two hits for Exchange.

Valley Little League

SMRG 6, St. Lawrence 0: Stephen Grossman and Randy Freehling combined to pitch a one-hitter for SMRG, while Marco Cardonne and Anthony Minnich had two RBI each.


Wash. Co. Church Softball

Grace Brethren 14, St. Joseph's 7: Doug Nigh and Brian Kelly had two home runs each and Tim Klick had five hits to lead Grace.

Virginia Avenue 15, Nazarene 12: John Kennedy and Cliff Miles homered, while Mike Sank and Jeff Mowen added four hits each to lead Virginia Ave.

Smithsburg Valley Baptist 18, Williamsport Assembly of God 17: Josh Vanderford homered and Tom Vanderford had four hits to lead Smithsburg Valley. Brian Lewis and Jody Kelbaugh led Williamsport with five hits each.

Hub City Softball League

Funkstown Moose 17, Eddie's Upholstery 8. Lou Thomas and Terry Malloy each homered and Steve Alton, Erik White, Donnie Gipe, Dale Reed and Bobby Tritch each had two hits for Funkstown.

Industrial League

Cosmic Pet 24, Old Orchard 13

Turners 21, Northwestern 20

USWA 11, Allegheny Power 8

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