Shepherd adds coaches

July 30, 2003

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - Shepherd College has hired two assistant football coaches, the school announced Tuesday.

Nick Felus will serve as quarterback and receivers coach and Shawn Rohrer will serve as defensive line coach.

Felus formerly served as wide receivers coach at Bethany College since 2001.

Felus replaces Jack Ginn, who resigned to become head football coach at North Carolina Wesleyan.

Rohrer had been inside linebackers coach at Slippery Rock University for the past two seasons. He also had coaching stints at Pennsylvania's California University and at a high school.

He replaces John Pearce, who resigned to accept a similar position with Norfolk State University.


River City Classic

National 6, Halfway 3: Hunter Phillips pitched a three-hitter with nine strikeouts to lead National. Zach Weber had two hits for Halfway.


Maugansville 13, Hancock 0: Jake Bachtell pitched a one-hitter with nine strikeouts, while Mike Braithwaite, Ryan Sword and Ryan Cooper each had two hits for Maugansville.

Adam Kees Tournament

Federal 11, West End 3: Justin Mills had eight strikeouts for Federal. Brian Cornett led West End with two hits.

National 10, American 0: Ashton Klinger pitched a one-hit shutout with nine strikouts for National. Klinger also homered, while Jordan Burnett added two hits in the win.


Hub City League

Jerry's Sports 34, Coors Light 24: Steve Presgraves and Pudge Eby each had six hits, Rick Ricker had five hits, and Wade Elwood, Scott Ricker, Denny Talbert and Dave Ricker each added four hits for Jerry's. Presgraves homered twice, while Elwood and Scott Ricker homered once.

Eddie's 10, S.L. Woodring 9

Hagerstown Church

Nazerene 24, Saint Marks 7: For Nazerene Steve Frame and Greg Wright each had four hits for Nazerene while Dan Daniels had a home run.

Smithsburg Valley Baptist 14, Five Forks 13: Scott Berger had four hits for Smithsburg Valley Baptist and Chuck Welch added three hits. Brad Livengood had four hits and Jim Monn had three hits for Five Forks.

Tri-State Fellowship 14, Grace Brethern 13: Chuck Smith, Todd Street and Jason Conner each had three hits for Tri-State Fellowship. Eric White, Roger Helman and Barry Remanick each had three hits for Grace Brethren.

St. James 28, Williamsport Assembly of God 26: Kyle Flook had six hits, including three home runs, and Lloyd Kelly added four hits, including two home runs, for St. James. Mike Trumpower had three home runs for Williamsport.

Tri-State Fast Pitch

Clear Spring 5, Botanica 0: Jeff Housal tossed a three-hit shutout and had two hits to lead Clear Spring. Curtis Fiery also had two hits, including a home run, in the win. Dave Clark had two hits for Bontanica.

Mack 8, Shooters 2: Pete Dumour had two hits, including a home run, and Chris Linetty had three hits for Mack. Shawn Elwood homered. Mark Simmons struck out eight for Shooters.


Pete Wright Memorial

Men's Events

Men's winners included Dustin Sier in the 100 meters with a time of 12.02 seconds, Matt Bracken in the 100 high hurdles in 18.4 seconds, Michael Bond in the 200 in 24.8 seconds, David Chesney in the 400 in 54 seconds, Barry Gibbons in the 800 in 2:23.5, Jared Bracken in the mile run in 4:53.5 and Ted Poulos in the two mile run in 12:01.2. Matt Bracken won the javelin with a throw of 125 feet, 3 inches, the shot put was won by Nick Agoris with a distance of 42 feet, 9 inches and Grant Bower won the long jump with a distance of 8-6.

Women's Events

Ami Baker won the 100 meters in 17.01, Sarah Schlotterbeck won the 100 hurdles in 18.1, Julie Ludwick won the 200 in 31.9, and Liz Smith took the mile run in 7:07.9. Sarah Schlotterbeck won the long jump with a distance of 13 feet, 5 inches.


Labonte to appear at Valley Mall

NASCAR driver Bobby Labonte will be making an appearance at the Valley Mall on Aug. 14 to support the Boys & Girls Club of Washington County.

The former Winston Cup Champion and driver of the Interstate Batteries Chevrolet Monte Carlo will meet and greet fans at the R/C Theatres in the rear of the mall.

Tickets are available at the mall starting Aug. 1 and cost is $100.

For more in formation call 301-582-0700.

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