Area roundup

June 18, 2003


Team Maryland wins two

NORMAN, Okla. - Team Maryland got a pair of two-hitters Tuesday to win its first two games in the Sunbelt Classic tournament.

Brian Brainer (Kent Island) held Team California to two hits and Robby Campbell (Damascus) picked up the save in a 4-3 win. In the second game, Matt Montgomery (Watkins Mill) struck out 12 in his two-hitter, a 2-0 win over Team Oklahoma. Nick Bowen (Severna Park) homered for Team Maryland.

Will Delawter (Catoctin) will get the start for Team Maryland today against powerful Team Texas, which includes 17 Division I signees and five players who were drafted by Major league teams two weeks ago.

Maryland plays Team Florida in its second game today.


Wright Memorial series opens

BOONSBORO - Mike Brosenne and Matt Bracken each won two events as the Cumberland Valley Athletic Club opened its fifth annual Back On Track-Pete Wright Memorial All-Comers Track & Field Summer Series on Tuesday evening.


Brosenne won the mile and 2-mile runs in 5:23.5 and 11:41.9, while Bracken won the discus in 81 feet, 5 1/2 inches and the javelin in 109-8.

Other winners included Tyler Jones in the shot put (48-0), T.J. Hood in the 800 (2:12.6), 9-year-old Justin Lowry in the 100 (21.2) and 10-year-old Andrew Lowry in the 80-meter hurdles (18.3).


National Little League

FOP 19, AMVETS 1: Craig Oxyer, Brett Barr and Jeremy Shank combined to pitch a one-hitter for FOP, while Ashton Klinger, Nick Gross, Patrick Kemmerer and Cory Shank each had three hits. One of Klinger's hits was a grand slam. MacKenzie Socks added two hits for FOP.

Sharpsburg Minor League

Amoco 12, OK Plumbing 11: Winning pitcher Joel Davaler struck out nine batters and had three hits for Amoco, while Kyler Martin added two hits for the winners.

Maugansville Senior League

Shawley's 12, Hagerstown Trust 2: Brent Toms went 3-for-4, while winning pitcher David Kendal threw a four-hitter for Shawley's. Josh Light homered for Trust.

Hancock Little League

Pirates 5, Astros 3: Josh Hall and Ben Hoopengarderner combined for 16 strikeouts and Hall homered to lead the Pirates.

Smithsburg Cal Ripken League

Total Lube Center 18, Scott's Speed Shop 8: Zach Hilderbrand had nine strikeouts and hit two home runs for Total Lube Center, while Christian Buttry, J.R. Crummitt and Ryan Smith each had three hits. For Scott's Speed Shop, Kevin Deshong had two hits.

Hagerstown Colt League

Goodwill AC 8, Cascade 2: Eric McPherson had two hits for Goodwill, while pitchers Aaron Wagner and Jesse Gutekunst combined for 14 strikeouts.

Goodwill AC 11, UAW 4: Dustin Stottlemyer had four hits, while Eric McPherson, Brad Hineman, Zach Bucher and Jimbo Harmon each had three hits for Goodwill.

UAW 9, Eagles 8: Bingie Bingaman led UAW with three hits, including a home run, while Andy May had three hits and George Conegyes and Matt Stevens each had two.

Valley Little League

SMRG 6, F&M Bank 1: Jordan Thurber pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts for SMRG, while Tyler Scott had two hits and George Leissler had two RBI in the win.

Wash. Co. Girls Softball B-Bracket Tournament

AFSCME 7, BJ's Custom Creations 3: Bri Hammond and Mallory White combined to pitch a no-hitter for AFSCME in the opening-game win.

AFSCME 11, Alleghany Dental 4: Hammond homered for AFSCME.

AFSCME 18, Police Athletic League 17: White, Heather Scott-Fagan and Kristen Spies each had two hits for AFSCME, as it won its third-straight tourney game to advance to the finals. Jessica Patey had two home runs, Ashlyn Footen homered and singled and Katie Ardinger had two hits for PAL.

Nutter's Ice Cream 7, AFSCME 5: Bryn Arnone homered and doubled to lead Nutter's, which entered the finals with one loss in the double-elimination tourney. Heather Myers went 4-for-4 to lead AFSCME, while White, Ashley Magee and Scott-Fagan each had two hits.

AFSCME 6, Nutter's Ice Cream 5: Ashley Leith, Amy Clipp and Kristen Spies each had two hits to lead AFSME in championship finale. Katie Marshall had two hits for Nutter's.


Halfway Morning League

Tony's Pizza/MCI 14, Washington Co. Detention Center 8: Jimmy Taylor had four hits, while Chris Caudell and Mike Barnes each had three hits for Tony's Pizza/MCI.

Tony's Pizza/MCI 15, Washington Co. Detention Center 8: Greg Petty, Jimmy Taylor and Corey Barch each had three hits and Bob McPherson homered for Tony's Pizza/MCI. Doug Long had three hits for Detention Center.

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