Roundup - Hawks fall in Eastern District final

May 18, 2003


LONG ISLAND, N.Y. - Hagerstown Community College saw its season come to an end in a 4-1 loss to Spartanburg (S.C.) Methodist Saturday in the championship game of the NJCAA Eastern District.

Travis Hebron gave the Hawks (27-16-1) a 1-0 lead in the top of the fifth inning on a solo home run before the 10th-ranked team in the country came back against HCC's Adam Lorson with a pair of runs in the bottom of the inning and solo runs in each of the next two.

Hebron also added a single, as HCC was able to collect only four hits.

Lorson pitched into the seventh inning, allowing six hits and four walks with four strikeouts.

Spartanburg (51-15) qualifies for the NJCAA World Series in Grand Junction, Colo.


Schuler takes second in D3 1,600

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Chambersburg junior Kylee Schuler was the area's highest placer during the final day of action at the PIAA District 3 Track & Field Championships at Shippensburg University.


Schuler - who took second in the Class AAA girls 3,200-meter run in a Tri-State record 10:46.95 Friday - ran an area-leading 5:06.34 to place second in the Class AAA girls 1,600.

The James Buchanan girls, competing in Class AA, had the most placers. Leslie Serrano took third in the long jump (16-6 3/4), Kara Lehman was fourth in the 200 (26.41), Ashley Helfrick tied for fourth in the high jump (4-10) and Jess Snyder took fifth in the pole vault (9-0), while the Rockets' 3,200 relay (10:09.69) was fourth and their 400 relay (51.94) and 1,600 relay (4:14.54) each took fifth.

For the JB boys in AA, Jeremiah Kimberley was fifth in the 800 (2:01.94) and their 400 relay (44.78) placed fifth.

Waynesboro's David Green took fourth in both the AAA discus (150-7) and shot put (50-9 3/4).


Spinnler three-peats in Jefferson

JEFFERSON, Md. - Maria Spinnler, 41, of Hagerstown won the women's division of the third annual Jefferson Springfest 5K for the third year in a row in a course-record 18:24.

Tim Marshall, 38, of Winchester, Va., was the men's winner in 16:55, while Dave Shafer, 47, of Middletown, Md., was the men's masters winner and second overall in 17:05 and Jaime Dick, 31, of Williamsport, was third overall in 17:21.

Greg Sellers, 47, of Boonsboro, was the third master and fifth overall in 18:08; Mike Spinnler, 44, of Hagerstown, was 13th in 19:52; and Jim Becker, 61, of Greencastle, Pa., topped the 60-and-over division in 20:43.

Carolyn Showalter, 48, of Maugansville, was the third master and the sixth female in 22:41, while Margaret Horioka, of Williamsport, was the fourth master and ninth female in 24:28.

Fitzgerald wins 10K

FREDERICK, Md. - Mike Fitzgerald, 48, of Hagerstown, was the overall winner at the Fort Detrick 10K in 36:50.


Wash. Co. Softball League

Allen Hewett Investigations 11, Ernest Market 8: Jerica Hewett and Courtney Long combined for the pitching win, while Long added two hits Maegan Hart had two hits, including the game-winning grand slam.

Debbie's Soft Serve 9, Reliable 8: Ali Forrest and Patty Malloy had three hits each, while Logan Bachtell and Dani Hudson each had two hits for Debbie's. Emily Steiner, Katie Forsythe and Ellie Harrell each had two hits for Reliable.

Nutter's Ice Cream 16, AFSCME 2: Bryan Arnone and Michelle Dick each had two hits, while Kayla Smith and Courtney Kefauver combined to pitch a three-hitter for Nutter's.

Capitol Builders 8, Taylor's Sluggers 4: Kelly Beard had three hits, including a home run and a triple, Emily Myers had three hits with a triple, Emily Huff had two hits with a triple and Kalli Rexrode also had two hits for Capitol. Beard and Huff combined for 15 strikeouts. Taylor Shafer had two home runs for Taylor's.

Federal Little League

Kiwanis 10, American Legion 0: Tyquil Benson had four hits for Kiwanis.

Clear Spring Little League

Cubs 14, Yankees 11: Austin Yost and Cory Shrader each had two hits for the Cubs. John Cauffman had two home runs and Bradley Jordan had two hits for the Yankees.

Clear Spring Minor League

Cubs 17, Blue Jays 7: Cody Snodderly had five hits, Ryan Aaron, Adam Proctor and Bailey Ayers each had three hits and Zach Kees and Brooke Ayers each had two hits for the Cubs. Zach Bowers and Nathan Gehr each had two hits for the Blue Jays.

National Little League

AMVETS 8, FOP 6: Wes Samples hit two hits, including a three-run homer, and John Huse also had two hits for AMVETS. Craig Oxyer, Ashton Klinger and Corey Shank each had two hits for FOP.

National 7-8

Funkstown Legion 9, Western Maryland Sportsman's Club 8: Scott Bennett had four hits, Jordan Dickens and Ryan Abbott each had three hits, and Ken Weaver, Joe Rohr and Mason Guillory each had two hits for Funkstown. Josh Miller had three hits, including a home run, Hunter Gift, Aaron Roby, Brandyn Tosten, Deshawn Gaines and Ian Armstrong each had two hits for Western Maryland.

Halfway Little League

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