Roundup - Rebels go extra innings to beat Lions

March 27, 2004


WALKERSVILLE, Md. - South Hagerstown scored four runs in the top of the ninth inning and the Rebels slipped past Walkersville 9-6 on Friday afternoon.

Jamie Fowler went the distance and struck out 13 for South (1-2). Fowler also doubled in the go-ahead run and scored the eventual game-winning run in the ninth. Christine Lohr had two hits and two RBI.

T. Johnson 11, Reservoir 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Sam Koehl threw a one-hitter with nine strikeouts to lead Thomas Johnson past Reservoir for its first victory of the season.

Michelle Bateman had three hits, including a triple, and three RBI for the Patriots (1-1). Adrianna Hudson had two hits and Cassie Zaleski also tripled.

Frederick 4, Catoctin 2

FREDERICK, Md. - Sam Weaver went 2-for-3 with a triple, but Catoctin dropped its first game of the season.

Alecia Brandenburg pitched the complete game, allowing four hits for the Cougars (2-1).

J. Buchanan 20, Steel-High 0

STEELTON, Pa. - Susan West threw a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts to lead James Buchanan to a season-opening win over Steel-High.

Jess Stough and Dani Wilson each went 4-for-4 and Stough drove in four runs for the Rockets (1-0). Britney Atherton had two hits and five RBI and Jess Ross had a three-run triple.

Waynesboro 11, West Perry 0

ELLIOTTSBURG, Pa. - Jessie Miller went 3-for-3 with three RBI for Waynesboro.

Carrie Toms added a triple and an RBI for the Indians (1-0), while Paige Turner scored three runs and stole two bases.

Everett 5, Southern Fulton 0

EVERETT, Pa. - Jessica Smith threw a one-hitter for Everett.

Jessica Whiteside had the only hit for Southern Fulton (0-1).


Walkersville 12, South 4

WALKERSVILLE, Md. - In a contest between two reigning state champions, Josh Jacobson went 3-for-4 with a home run and triple to lead Walkersville over South Hagerstown.

The Lions (3-0) are the defending Class 2A champions, while the Rebels (0-3) - who moved up to 2A this year - won the 1A title last year.

Dan Dreisonstok went 3-for-4 with four RBI for Walkersville, while Dustin Kolb had three RBI and Jonas Brinks had two hits and scored three runs.

Josh Bussard had three hits for the Rebels, while Bryson Appel had two hits, including a triple.

Boonsboro 16, Hancock 4

HANCOCK - Jay Love had three hits, including a home run, and four RBI and Jere Mills hit a grand slam as Boonsboro rolled past Hancock.

The Warriors (2-1) benefited from 14 walks, including seven consecutive in an eight-run third inning.

Brandon Painter had two hits and Justin Baylor scored three runs for Boonsboro.

Alex Younker had two doubles, while Andy Morris and Josh Ruppenthal each added one for the Panthers (0-3).

FSK 8, Smithsburg 2

UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Chad Rupert had two hits and an RBI, but it wasn't enough as Smithsburg fell to Francis Scott Key.

Wayne Rumbaugh added a double and an RBI in the loss for the Leopards (2-1).

Jefferson 3, Greens. Salem 1

WINCHESTER, Va. - Josh Simons pitched a one-hitter with nine strikeouts as Jefferson remained undefeated with a win over Greensburg Salem at James Wood High School.

Adam Ketzel had two hits, including an RBI double, amd Will Grantham had an RBI single for the Indians (5-0). Grantham also stole two bases.

Waynesboro 3, CD East 0

COLONIAL PARK, Pa. - Corey Livengood pitched a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts as Waynesboro blanked Central Dauphin East.

Zach Helman hit a two-run single in the fifth inning to lift the Indians (1-0).

St. John's-PH 10, Gilman 7

FREDERICK, Md. - Jeremy Hess had three hits and two RBI as St. John's at Prospect Hall survived a late rally to defeat Gilman in MIAA 'A' Conference action.

The Vikings (5-2, 2-1) gave up five seventh-inning runs, including three home runs, but hung on for for the victory.

Mark Hammond had two hits, including a triple, and two RBI and Roger O'Donoghue added a two-run double for SJPH.

Urbana 11, Middletown 2

IJAMSVILLE, Md. - Tom Main and Clayton Boyer each had two hits, but Middletown (1-1) fell to Urbana.

Dan McCallion had an RBI double and Jason Doherty added an RBI single in the loss.

Frederick 10, Catoctin 9

FREDERICK, Md. - Frederick capitalized on a combination of Catoctin errors and wild pitches to put together a six-run sixth inning and rally for a victory over the Cougars.

Brian Lanning had three hits and two RBI for the Cadets (2-1), while Cory Rhodes added two hits and Jessie Highling added two RBI.

Will Delawter homered, tripled and had five RBI for the Cougars (0-2), while Zach Ausherman had two hits.

Chambersburg 5, Red Land 1

LEWISBERRY, Pa. - Irvin Sleighter struck out 12 and allowed just three hits as Chambersburg opened its season with a win over Red Land.

Jared Olson went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer for Chambersburg (1-0).

Everett 12, South. Fulton 4

EVERETT, Pa. - Bo Divelbiss had two hits for Southern Fulton (0-1) in the Indians' loss to Everett.

Adam Miller and Sean Foor each had three hits for Everett.


HCC 2-6, Briarcliffe 0-5

Tim Biser pitched a complete-game shutout, scattering eight hits as Hagerstown Community College swept a doubleheader against visiting Briarcliffe College (N.Y.)

Nathan Himes and Ryan Brady led the Hawks (12-6) to a win in the opener, in which Biser improved to 4-0.

Hagerstown rallied from three runs down to edge Briarcliffe in the second game. Travis Hebron recorded the game-winning RBI when hit by a pitch in the bottom of the seventh. Cody Rickabaugh had two hits and two RBI and Paul Conway added two hits.

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