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Area roundup - Hedgesville's Yurish hurls no-hitter

April 06, 2004

PREP BASEBALL



LEWISBURG, W.Va. - Hedgesville senior Matt Yurish tossed his first career no-hitter to give the Eagles a split against Greenbrier East on Monday.

Yurish struck out 18 and walked five as Hedgesville claimed a 4-0 victory in the nightcap after a 7-1 loss in the first game.

Dirk Webb, the hard-luck loser in the first game as Hedgesville committed seven errors, ripped a three-run homer in the second game. Corey Chaney added three hits.

North Hagerstown 10, Brunswick 5


BRUNSWICK, Md. - T.J. Hose went 3-for-5 with an RBI double and Chris Grove and Kyle Robinson each had two hits to lead the Hubs (3-2, 2-0 MVAL Antietam) over the Railroaders. Greg Lowery went 2-for-4 and Pat Curry hit a two-run triple in a losing effort for Brunswick (1-3, 1-1).

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St. Maria Goretti 20, St. James 10


Mason Herman and Dan Plank each had two hits and five RBI for St. Maria Goretti as the Gaels outslugged St. James. Kevin Brashears added three hits for the Gaels (3-4) while Trevor Cobb and Sean Engle each added two hits.

Nate Bendetta collected three hits for the Saints in the loss, while Jimmy Sutch and Michael Digiralomo each had two hits.

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Martinsburg 11, Wyoming East 5

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Brandon Armentrout hit a second-inning grand slam and Aaron Stokes had three hits with two RBI to help the Bulldogs secure the win. Mark Albright collected two hits with two RBI and Andy Laing added two hits and one RBI for Martinsburg (2-1).

Jefferson 13, Loris, S.C. 1

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Jefferson ran its record to 7-1 behind the combined two-hit pitching of Josh Simons and Jonathan Hash. Simons hurled the first five innings.

Justin Ott cracked a two-run homer for Jefferson and had a pair of hits as did teammates Corie Gustines, Gage Levac and Simons.

Catoctin 5, Boonsboro 4

THURMONT, Md. - Ryan Morse and Jake Yokum led the Cougars (3-2) on the mound with 13 combined strikeouts. Morse also scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh on a two-out, two-strike hit by Kurt Simmel. Matt Fortese collected two hits for Boonsboro (3-3).

Chambersburg 10, Northern 0

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Andrew Burke struck out 12 and walked three in leading Chambersburg (2-1, 1-0) to a rout of Mid-Penn Commonwealth opponent Northern (3-1, 0-1). Jared Olson lifted a three-run homer in the sixth, and Tyler Brown added two hits and two RBI in the win for the Trojans.

US Naval Academy 'B' 6 Mercersburg Academy 4

ANNAPOLIS, Md - Gavin Vetrano had three hits for Mercersburg Academy in a loss to the US Naval Academy 'B' team. Matt Englehart and Garrett Fix each added two hits for Mercersburg Academy (2-1).




PREP SOFTBALL



Brunswick 10, North Hagerstown 0


BRUNSWICK, Md. - Hilary Remsburg pitched all six innings, allowing two hits and zero walks while striking out five for the Railroaders.

Brandy LaPole went 2-for-3 with a triple, double and two RBI, Amber Hemp tripled and had two hits and Heather Termohlen added an RBI triple for Brunswick (4-0, 2-0).

Catoctin 14, Boonsboro 4


THURMONT - Sam Weaver hit a grand slam for Catoctin in its MVAL Antietam win over Boonsboro. Kelly Styles added a home run for the Cougars (4-2, 2-0) while Ashley Lenhart collected two hits and stole two bases.

Berkeley Springs 3, Allegany 2


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va Maggie Smith struck out 10 batters for Berkeley Springs in a win over Allegany. Jessica Jenkins had the go-ahead RBI for Berkeley Springs (5-1).

Liberty 4, T. Johnson 3


FREDERICK, Md. - Arianna Hudson sparked a Thomas Johnson rally with a three-run triple in the bottom of the seventh, but she was left stranded as the Patriots fell to Liberty in an MVAL Chesapeake game.

The Patriots (1-3, 0-1) had just four hits in the game.




COLLEGE TRACK



Bonano double-winner for Dickinson


ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. - Dickinson College senior and South Hagerstown High graduate Emilie Bonano won the 200- and 400-meter dashes at the Elizabethtown Quad meet on Saturday.

Bonano won the 200 in 25.96 seconds and the 400 in 59.96.

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