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Roundup - Chambersburg loses at PONY World Series

August 13, 2003

YOUTH LEAGUES



WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP) - Joe Silver had a three-run homer to lift Houston to a 10-4 win over Chambersburg, Pa., in the PONY League World Series on Tuesday.

Helped by three errors, Houston scored 10 runs by the fourth inning. Silver's home run to left field capped a five-run third inning that gave Houston the lead and chased Chambersburg starter Jeff Fisher.

A two-run double by Matt West helped Houston score four runs in the following inning. Alex Cernoch and Patrick Morris pitched three shutout innings to preserve the lead.

Brandon Brookens and Zach Hart both had RBI doubles for Chambersburg.

West End/American Series


West End Moose 6, American Funkstown Legion 5: J.J. O'Neill threw a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts and added two hits, including a home run, while Brett Smith and Josh Mentzer both had two hits for Moose. Nic Martin had two hits for Funkstown Legion.

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American Funkstown Legion 2, West End Moose 1: George Casper struck out eight, while Eric Campbell and Robert Warnick both had two hits for Funkstown Legion. Campbell had two RBI, including the game-winner. Mentzer had nine strikeouts and homered for Moose.

Jeremy K. Smith tourney


South Mountain 18, Halfway 10: Sean Colgan had four hits and Tyler Thompson added two for South Mountain. Bobby Asper and Daniel Pulieri had two hits for Halfway.




GOLF



Hole-in-one


Troy McGee hit a hole-in-one Tuesday at Yingling's Golf Center, using an 8-iron on the 77-yard third hole. His ace was witnessed by Cindy McGee.




RUNNING



Pete Wright Memorial


BOONSBORO - Ben Jones and Smiley Jackson finished in a dead heat in the men's 100-meter dash, both clocking 12.6 seconds at Boonsboro High School.

Matt Bracken won the 110 high hurdles in 18.8 and the javelin with a throw of 133 feet, 7 inches. Mike Bond won the 200 in 24.9 seconds, Ted Poulos won the mile in 5 minutes, 48.3 seconds and the two mile in 13:34.6. Nick Agoris won the shot put with a throw of 42-5.

For the women, Kaley Benden won the 200 in 33.5 and the 800 in 2:57.7. Cayce Troxel won the mile in 6:53.3 and Rebecca Stull won the long jump with a leap of 8-8.




ADULT LEAGUES



Bears Repair/Madmen win USSSA state title


Bears Repair/Madmen, a softball team out of Martinsburg, W.Va., went undefeated to capture the state USSSA Class C championship in Parkersburg, W.Va. last weekend.

Steve Barrett and Mark Manuel hit .800 to lead the team, which qualified for the USSSA Nationals tournament in Raleigh, N.C., on Labor Day weekend.

Hub City Softball


Lines and Designs 27, SL Woodring 8: Steve Presgraves, Todd Ricker, and Pudge Eby all had five hits, Sid Shupp had four hits and both Scott Shupp and Jeff Beatty had three hits for Lines and Designs. Scott Shupp homered twice, while Presgraves, Ricker and Beatty all homered.

Thompson's Gas 15, Lenox 2: Guy Robinson had four hits and Slack Myers homered for Thompson's.

Thompson's Gas 12, Lenox 10: Kenny Kirby had four hits, including a home run, and Jimmy Ezolt added four hits for Thompson's.

Hagerstown Church Softball


Nazarene 7, Concordia 3: Shawn Barkley, Justin Gearhart, Chris Lyons and Ned Householder all had two hits and Dan Daniels homered for Nazarene.

Five Forks 29, Otterbein 20: Nathan Strite had five hits and Dan McCleaf added four, including a home run, for Five Forks. Kirk Graham had five hits and Nick Maas had three for Otterbein.

Hagerstown Seniors Softball


FOP 9, O'Neill Physical Therapy 3: Robbie Poffenberger and Jim Meadows had three hits and Meadows homered for FOP. Bernie Wolf had three hits, including a home run, for O'Neill.

Tri-State Fast-Pitch


Clear Spring 12, Shooters 5: Jeff Housal had two hits, including a home run, while Russ Martin had two hits and Justin Saloom homered for Clear Spring. George Kreps had two hits for Shooters.

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