Area Roundup

July 21, 2003


Brunswick 13, Waynesboro 1

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Brunswick Orioles posted 10 of their 11 hits and all 13 of their runs in the second inning, as they swept the Waynesboro Villagers 3-0 in the best-of-5 semifinal series. All three of the Orioles' wins over Waynesboro were shortened by the 10-run rule.

Brunswick now faces the Hagerstown Braves - who beat Fayetteville 8-2 Sunday to win their semifinal series, 3-0 - in the best-of-7 championship series, beginning Wednesday at 6 p.m. at North Hagerstown.

Scott Frye hit a three-run homer, Steve Goode a two-run homer and Corie O'Bryan a solo blast to highlight Brunswick's second inning.

Goode finished 2-for-3 with four RBI, while Jayson Mobley and Brad Lowe each went 2-for-3 for the Orioles (28-7).

Justin Warner went 2-for-3 for the Villagers, while losing pitcher Jeff Kirkpatrick doubled.


Huntington wins NABF tourney

FUNKSTOWN - The Huntington (W.Va.) Hounds came out of the losers' bracket to win the NABF Mid-Atlantic Tournament, knocking off the Chesapeake Clippers twice, 5-4 and 9-5, Sunday.


Huntington finished the tourney with a 5-1 record, while Chesapeake went 4-2, third-place Howard County was 3-2 and fourth-place Funkstown was 3-2.


Thomas Evans 7-8 Tournament

Maugansville 7, Clear Spring 0: Matt Daley and Brent Mentzer combined to pitch a one-hitter for Maugansville, while Will Resh had three hits and three RBI and Mentzer had three hits.

PONY fast-pitch softball

Andrea Gantt Memorial Tournament at CHAMBERSBURG, Pa.


Hagerstown's Hub City Sluggers went 2-2-1 to place second, losing 5-2 to Chambersburg's Keystone Wildcats in the championship game. Brittany Hyatt went 14-for-19 with two home runs, including a grand slam, to lead Hub City, while Adrienne Kesecker picked up both pitching wins for the Sluggers.


The Hub City Sluggers went 2-3 to place third. Allie Bohrer led Hub City with seven hits, while Jamie Fowler and Kristen Linton had the pitching wins.

Adam Kees 11-12 Tournament at Maugansville Little League

American 10, West End 9: Justin Clark had three hits, including a two-run homer, to lead American. David Green had three hits.

Valley 22, Maugansville 13: Anthony Minnick, Matthew Rummel, Cody Shives, Curtis Ferguson, Jonah Rock and Cory Kerr each had two hits for Valley. Adam Branch and Jordan Wivell had two hits for Maugansville.

Halfway 14, Federal 4: Winning pitcher Cruz Maldonado pitched a four-hitter and added two hits to lead Halfway. John Moser and Jason Hammond each had two hits in the win.

South Mountain 13, National 11: Sean Colgan had two hits, including a three-run homer, to lead South Mountain. Troy Hartle and Brandon McClaine also had two hits in the win. Dustin Socks had two hits, including a two-run home run, and Ashton Klinger hit a grand slam for National. Allen Bernette and Jordan had three hits, while Richie Casto and Jeff Jacobson had two hits in the loss.

Saturday's results

Federal 6, Valley 5: Ben Mellott struck out five and Justin Mills homered for Federal. Cory Kerr and Evan Dennis had two hits for Valley.

Valley 6, Halfway 1: Evan Dennis had six strikeouts and Michael Rishell had two hits for Valley. Brendan Deener had six strikeouts for Halfway.

National 14, West End 12: Ashton Klinger, Jeff Jacobson and Jordan Burnett had two hits each for National.

Federal 14, Maugansville 13: Thomas Allen, Joe Blackwood and Robby Hansen had two hits and Ben Mellott had three hits for Federal. Greg Pheabus and Ryan Moser had two hits for Maugansville.

South Mountain 20, West End 6: Anthony Hollis, Troy Hartle, Adam Griffith and Colby Martin had two hits, while Sean Colgan and Kyle Grove had three hits for South Mountain. David Green and David Warren had two hits for West End.

National 11, American 6: Ashton Klinger went 3-for-4 with a grand slam, Jeff Jacobson had two hits, including a three-run homer, and Richie Casto had two hits for National.

Hagerstown PONY League Championship Series

Elks 11, Goodwill 4: Tim Leather and Jason Sutherland each had two hits, including a homer, as Elks won the best-of-3 series, 2-0. Derrick Hendershot had three hits for Elks, while Austin Barkdoll struck out 12. Marcellus Sumlin had two hits, including a homer, for Goodwill.

Smithsburg 9-10 Tournament

Valley 5, Reston 4: Jack Schwartz and Kasey Raios each had two hits, while Aaron Schroyer and Zane Garver combined on a four-hitter for Valley.


Witmer leads Rocky's to tourney title

CLEARBROOK, Va. - John Witmer went 17-for-17 with seven home runs as Rocky's Pizza, of Hagerstown, went 7-0 to win the All-Nighter Softball Tournament over the weekend.


Cardinals 15, West Deptford 12

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - The Cumberland Valley Cardinals won their season opener Saturday night, using a defensive stand in the final seconds to hold off the West Deptford (N.J.) Broncos in the Mason-Dixon Football League.

West Deptford led 12-7 at halftime, but Cumberland Valley quarterback Jim Lawlor hooked up with Rob Johnson for a 66-yard scoring pass to give the Cardinals a 13-12 lead. The Cards tacked on the two-point conversion.

With time running out, the Broncos drove the ball down to the Cardinals 12-yard line before the CV defense stiffened. A fourth-down play by the Broncos failed as time expired.

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