Local roundup

July 07, 2003

WILLIAMSPORT - Charles Town scored three runs in the ninth inning Sunday to defeat Williamsport Post 202 4-3 in a non-league game.

David Warrenfeltz led Williamsport with three hits, including two doubles, while Andy Simmons added two hits.

Steve Kozac had three hits and pitched one-hit relief throught the final three innings to get the win.


Hagerstown PONY League

F&M 11, UAW 6: Guido Roche and Tim Jacobson had two hits, including a home run each, for F&M, while Kenny Shanholtz hit a two-run homer and Todd Jacobson added two hits.

Goodwill 13, Redmen 12: David Harman hit a game-winning home run, while Marcellus Sumlin had three hits and Vaughn Zimmerman and Drew Williams each had two hits for Goodwill. Cadyn Robinson and Joey Siler each had three hits for Redmen, while Paul Merson, John Murray and Nick Bodnar each had two hits.

Smithsburg 7-8 Tournament

Hamilton Nissan 18, Reston 9: Corey Scharenbroch hit for the cycle and had two RBI for Hamilton, while Ryan Bolton had two hits, including a home run, and two RBI and Matt Stevens, Eric Bitner, Kyle Dinterman, Carter Black, Adam Peters and Aaron Mong each had three hits.

Senior League

Maugansville 11, Valley 4: Zack Light had a two-run home run and Chris Miller had two hits for Maugansville.

Maugansville 7, Oakland 6: Chris Baer hit a grand slam in the bottom of the sixth to give Maugansville the come-from-behind victory on Saturday.


Funkstown 6-13, Charles Town 4-15: Patrick Hutzler and Nate Steelman each had two hits for Funkstown in the first game, while winning pitcher Orland Dean had five strikeouts. Matt Murray had three hits, including two home runs, and four RBI for Funkstown (15-5) in the second game, while Dean and Jordan Beard each had two hits.

Mt. Airy 6-2, Williamsport Senators 4-4: Dan Gerjets had three hits for Mt. Airy in the first game, while Phillip Jordan had two hits for Williamsport. Jordan led Williamsport with three hits in the second game, while Derek Hadley had two hits. Mike Cario had three hits for Mt. Airy, while C.J. Bliffin had two hits.

Mt. Airy 4, Williamsport Senators 2: Jason Parker had three hits for Mt. Airy on Saturday, while Steve Smith had two hits. Matt Fortese had two hits for Williamsport.


Funkstown Moose/Buck's wins softball tourney

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Funkstown Moose/Buck's won the Cumberland Firecracker Tournament, defeating Keystone of Frostburg, Md., 14-9 in the final.

Co-MVPs Donnie Gipe and Dale Reed, both of Funkstown, hit .700 for the tournament. Danny Berg hit .667, while Lew Thomas and Kenny Keyes each hit .550 for Funkstown, which went 4-1 at the tourney.


Burkholder wins feature

Doug Burkholder of Chambersburg, Pa., held off a charging Gary Stuhler to win the 25-lap ITSI late model feature by a fender at the Hagerstown Speedway Saturday night.

Burkholder took the lead on the 14th lap, then held off Stuhler in lapped traffic on the final lap for his second career win.

"The car was really good there in the beginning," Burkholder said. "The car got loose there in the end and started to get away from me. I saw Gary there at the end in lapped traffic. It was great just finishing in front of him for once."

In the 20-lap Hoosier Tires Mid-Atlantic late model sportsman feature, Larry Baer of Dover, Pa., scored his first win of the season and Dean Holmes of Cross Junction, Va., recorded his first career win in the 15-lap Ernie's Salvage Yard pure stock main event. Kenny Thomas of Hagerstown won the 30-lap enduro dash.

Saturday is Auto Locator Kids Night at Hagerstown and the Cornett Memorial for the pure stocks. Joining the pure stocks in the triple-header program will be the late models and late model sportsman. Race time is 7:30 p.m., with gates opening at 5.


Registration opens for WACO

The WACO Open golf tournament will return to its stream-lined model for its 20th year, which will be played Aug. 9-10 at Beaver Creek Country Club.

The field will be held to 180 players this season. The tournament was expanded to 200 players last year, but suffered difficulties getting rounds completed in the 36-hole event.

Registration for the tournament begins today with applications available at Beaver Creek, Black Rock and Yingling's.

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