Area roundup - Reeser supplies Braves' fireworks at tourney

July 05, 2003


NEW CUMBERLAND, Pa. - Nate Reeser went 5-for-7 with three triples, two doubles and eight RBI over two games, as the Hagerstown Braves opened the Harrisburg Firecracker Tournament with a 9-2 win over Lawnton followed by a 13-2 five-inning victory over the Norristown A's on Saturday.

Pat Sweeney went 2-for-3 with three RBI and pitched a complete game against Lawnton, while Kevin Crawford and John Quail each added two hits.

Jamus Peterman went the distance against Norristown without allowing an earned run, while Trey Cobb went 3-for-4 and Quenton Rouse went 2-for-3.

The Braves (25-2) face the defending tourney champion Mechancisburg Cardinals today at 10 a.m. in the quarterfinals.


Funkstown 16, Frederick 6

FUNKSTOWN - Matt Hess went 3-for-4 with a home run, while Matt Tedrick and Matt Allen had two hits with a home run apiece for Funkstown. Phillip Powell went 4-for-4 and Drew Crawford went 3-for-4 for Funkstown (19-8).


Fred Kruger hit a two-run homer for Frederick.


Md. District 1 Junior Tournament

Conococheague 17, Valley 11: Andrew Minella had three hits, including a home run, and three RBI for Conococheague, while Bo Price and Andrew Twigg had two hits and two RBI each and Eric Imes and Jeff Ryan each had two hits. Brad Logsdon had three hits, while Kevin Tyler had two hits and four RBI, Chris Blickenstaff and Chris Lloyd each had two hits and Ryan Wilson added two RBI for Valley.

Conococheague 12, South County 3: Imes pitched a complete game and had three hits, while Twigg and Price each had two hits and three RBI and Minella and Cullen Hemphill each had two hits for Conococheague. Will Dayhoff had two hits for South County.

Md. District 1 11-12 Tournament

South Mountain 8: Conococheague 0: Adam Chambers pitched a one-hit shutout with five strikeouts, while David Lewis had two hits for South Mountain.

Halfway 12, Oakland 1: Zach Malphurs and Andrew Duff combined to pitch a one-hitter for Halfway. Duff also had three hits, including a home run, while Dylan Zimmerman had three hits and Mike Warrenfeltz had two hits in the win. Derek Dewitt homered for Oakland.

Sharpsburg 8, PVAA 1: Jake Pendergraft pitched a four-hitter with eight strikeouts for Sharpsburg, while A.J. Jamison hit a two-run homer, Cody Snavely had three hits and Tyler Marshall and Cory Wyand each had two hits. Sean Collette had two hits for PVAA.

Federal 3, Maugansville 1: Cody Nelling pitched a complete-game two-hitter with nine strikeouts, while Adam Sandberg had two hits for Federal. Brandon Glazer struck out six in a complete game for Maugansville.

Frostburg 9, Valley 8: Will Clauson had two hits with a home run and Tyler Stevens had three hits, including two home runs, and four RBI for Frostburg, while Will Clauson and Matt Farris each homered. Steven Grossman had three hits and Jacob Gouff had two hits and two RBI for Valley.

National 12, Clear Spring 1: Craig Oxyer pitched a one-hitter for Clear Spring, while Adrian Adams had two hits, including a home run.

Hagerstown PONY League

Jeter Paving 4, FOP 0: Dave Plank had two hits and pitched a three-hitter with nine strikeouts for Jeter Paving.

Smithsburg 7-8 Tournament

Hamilton Nissan 6, M.V.S.A. 3: Eric Bitner had two hits and Richie Rostek had two RBI for Hamilton.

Hamilton Nisson 19, Linganore 5: Matt Stevens had three hits and four RBI, Ryan Bolton had three hits, including a homer, and three RBI, and Corey Scharenbroch, Eric Bittner and Carter Black had three hits and two RBI each for Hamilton Nissan. Richie Rostek and Kyle Dinterman had two hits each.


Hub City Softball

Jerry's Sports 21, Thompson's 10: Chris Ricker had four hits, including a home run, while Steve Pregraves had four hits and Jeff Baetty had three hits, including two home runs. Denny Talbert and Rick Ricker had three hits apiece while Todd Ricker homered for Jerry's.

Jerry's Sports 14, Coors Light 2: Dave Foltz had four hits, while Talbert, Scott Ricker, Jeff Baetty and Dave Ricker each had three hits for Jerry's. Baetty and Sid Shupp homered for Jerry's.

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