Area roundup - Martinsburg routs Notre Dame, 24-1

March 30, 2004


MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Allie Bohrer had four hits, including a home run, and five RBI as Martinsburg routed Notre Dame Academy 24-1 on Monday.

The Bulldogs (5-0) racked up 21 hits in 2 1/2 innings, while Lauren Yurish allowed just one hit.

Stephanie Webber had three hits and three RBI, while Tityana Clarke doubled, tripled and scored two runs for Martinsburg.

Berkeley Springs 5, Mussleman 3

INWOOD, W.Va. - Amanda Willard had three hits and scored two runs as Berkeley Springs edged Musselman.

Amy Zahnow added two hits for the Indians (3-1).

Williamsport 5, Hancock 3

WILLIAMSPORT - Williamsport came back from a 3-0 first-inning deficit to post its first win of the season, while handing Hancock its first loss.

Rachel Gossard went 2-for-3 with an RBI double, Staci Grabill had an RBI double and starter Emily Huff didn't allow a run the final six innings for the Wildcats (1-1).


Ashley Creek was 2-for-3 with an RBI for Hancock (3-1).

Smithsburg 10, St. Maria Goretti 0

SMITHSBURG - Alyssa Reed dominated St. Maria Goretti, pitching a no-hitter with eight strikeouts and going 2-for-3 with two RBI and a stolen base to lead Smithsburg.

Julie Weaver went 3-for-3 with two runs scored and a stolen base for the Leopards (1-3).

Walkersville 4, Thomas Johnson 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Sam Koehl struck out 10 for Thomas Johnson (1-2), but that wasn't enough against Walkersville.

South Hagerstown 4, Winters Mill 3

WESTMINSTER, Md. - Jamie Fowler had 12 strikeouts to lead South Hagerstown to a win over Winters Mill.

Amanda McCue had two hits for the Rebels (2-2), while Christina Line tripled in the winning run.

South Carroll 7, North Hagerstown 6

North Hagerstown's only error of the game led to South Carroll's winning run in the eighth inning.

North (0-3) fell behind 6-0 in the first three innings only to come back with three-run innings in the fifth and sixth, highlighted by a pair of triples by Lauryn Lewis.

Tiffany Funk and Kelly Toms had two hits each for the Hubs.


South Hagerstown 14, Winters Mills 6

WESTMINSTER, Md. - Patrick Hutzler had three hits for South Hagerstown as the Rebels beat Winters Mill for their first win.

Josh Bussard, David Miner and Doug Palmer each had two hits for South (1-3).

Williamsport 15, Hancock 0

WILLIAMSPORT - Ben Jordan had three hits to lead Williamsport past Hancock.

Phillip Jordan and Josh Bowers each had two hits for the Wildcats (2-0), while Chris Martin had three RBI and Andy Taylor struck out eight.

Jefferson 2, Urbana 1

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Adam Kessel had an RBI double and struck out five for Jefferson in the win over Urbana.

Gage Levac had the other RBI for the Cougars (6-1), while Corie Gustines had two hits.

Loyola 8, St. John's-PH 5

TOWSON, Md. - St. John's had 13 hits but it was not enough to down Loyola in an MIAA Conference game.

Mark Hammond had three hits to lead the Vikings (5-3, 2-2). Scott Ritter, James Duggan and Wescott each had two hits for SJPH.

James Buchanan 11, Hanover 6

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - James Buchanan hit Hanover with an eight-run third inning on the way to a victory.

Luke Myers, the winning pitcher, started the rally with a double and Jim Clark capped it with a two-run triple. Brett Rockwell had a pair of hits and three RBI for the Rockets (2-0).

Shippensburg 10, Greencastle 7

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Greencastle had three home runs but couldn't hold off Shippensburg, which jumped out to an 8-1 lead after three innings.

Nick Schreiber, Chris Scott and Brett Hoffman each homered for Greencastle (1-1). Schreiber had three RBI.

South Carroll 12, North Hagerstown 6

South Carroll used four doubles to score six runs in the fifth inning en route to a victory over North Hagerstown.

Brian Barnhart started for the Hubs (1-2), but left in the fourth inning because an arm injury. He struck out five in his brief stint.

Mike Murray went 3-for-4 with two doubles and four RBI. He had run-scoring hits in all three of North's rallies. T.J. Hose and Matt Ridenour also each went 3-for-4 for the Hubs, with Ridenour driving in a run.


Hiser tops in Big East again

PITTSBURGH - For the second time this season, Pittsburgh senior P.J. Hiser has been named Big East Baseball Player of the Week. It marks the fourth time in his career that Hiser, a South Hagerstown High, has earned a Big East weekly honor.

Last week, Hiser was 11-for-25 as the Panthers went 5-1, including 3-0 in the Big East. He finished the week with four home runs, 10 runs scored and a 1.040 slugging percentage.

Ship tops poll; Rams 9th

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. - Shippensburg University (25-3) is ranked first in the National Collegiate Baseball Writers of America Division II North Atlantic Poll, released Monday.

Shepherd College (10-11) is ranked ninth.

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