Roundup - Schuler's new 3,200 mark - 10.46.95

May 17, 2003


SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Chambersburg junior Kylee Schuler lowered the Tri-State 3,200-meter record, while Waynesboro junior Nick Kipe grabbed gold in the triple jump Friday during the first day of the PIAA District 3 Track & Field Championships at Shippensburg University.

Schuler - who earlier this season became the first area girl to ever break 11 minutes in the 3,200 with her 10:58.63 win at the Stan Morgan Invitational - went 10:46.95 to place second in Class AAA. Hershey's Angie Saterstad topped the field in 10:43.72.

Kipe won the Class AAA boys triple jump with an area-leading leap of 46 feet, 4 1/4 inches. Chambersburg jumpers Josh Myers and Jeff Banks finished second and fourth in 45-8 3/4 and 44-1.

Chambersburg's Jen Bumbaugh set a school record in the pole vault, placing second in an area-leading 10 feet. Also for the Trojans girls, Jen Andrews took second in the shot put (38-6 1/2) and Kelly Layton was fourth in the high jump (5 feet).


In Class AA boys action, James Buchanan's Allen Pettner placed second in the javelin (181-9) and sixth in the high jump (5-10).


Spartansburg 5, HCC 3

HCC 9, Briarcliffe 4

LONG ISLAND, N.Y. - Hagerstown Community College dropped its first game of the Eastern District playoffs to Spartansburg Methodist (S.C.) before defeating Briarcliffe (N.Y.) to remain alive in the double-elimination tournament.

The Hawks stranded 14 runners in the opening game. Ryan Devlin threw a complete game in the loss and Travis Hebron hit a solo home run.

Hagerstown followed up the loss by scoring nine runs in the final five innings to defeat Briarcliffe, which was eliminated from the tournament. Matt Bellon pitched 6 1/3 innings, allowing one earned run for the win. Paul Conway and Justin Wenger each had two RBI singles to spark the four-run fifth inning that gave the Hawks the lead. Devan Ewell belted a solo home run in the victory.

HCC will take on Spartansburg today at noon in a rematch to determine the Eastern District champion. Should the Hawks win, they must play Spartansburg again in the double-elimination format. If necessary, the second game will be played at 3 p.m.


Wash. Co. Girls Softball

Reliable 6, Troopers 3: Daniele Warren had two hits, while Emily Steiner and Caroline Rosenthal combined for 17 strikeouts for Reliable. Damara McDonough had 12 strikeouts for Troopers.

Maugansville Senior League

Shawley's 10, Larry Allen 8: Daniel Jacobs had two hits and Shawley's won the first-half title with this victory Wednesday.

American Little League

FOP 6, Thompson Concrete 4: Gerald Thonsil and Andrew Likely combined for a two-hitter and Justin Myers homered to lead FOP.

Funkstown Legion 7, Elks 0: George Casper threw a one-hit shutout to lead Funkstown. Robert Warnick and Eric Campbell had two hits in the win.

Valley Little League

Total Lube 7, Dorsey Brothers 6: Jared Daniels had three hits and Corey Kerr added two for Total Lube. Ryan Peters led Dorsey Brothers with two hits.

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