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Area roundup - No. 1 Trojans turn back No. 3 Maidens

April 16, 2004

PREP SOFTBALL



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Chambersburg beating Waynesboro in softball might soon join death and taxes as the only certainties in this lifetime.

Lindsay Tritle doubled, singled and drove in three runs and October Smith pitched a two-hitter with seven strikeouts as No. 1 Chambersburg kept its unbeaten streak alive against No. 3 Waynesboro, downing the Maidens 11-1 in six innings Thursday in Mid-Penn Commonwealth action.

"We have never lost to Waynesboro," Chambersburg coach Harvey Staver said. "For us, it's an arch-rivalry game. They've thrown some pretty good teams at us over the years, and they're not bad this year. It was a close game for a while."

The Trojans (5-0, 3-0) led 2-0 through four innings, before breaking the game open with four runs in the bottom of the fifth. After Paige Tanner homered in the top of the sixth for Waynesboro (4-2, 3-2) to cut the deficit to 6-1, Chambersburg answered with five in the bottom half of the inning to end the game early by the 10-run mercy rule.

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"We're very happy to get back to playing after all that bad weather," Staver said. "And it's great to win."

Melissa Swartz and Rachelle Everhart each had two hits for the Trojans.

No. 7 Berkeley Springs 6 Southern Fulton 1


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Maggie Smith pitched a no-hitter with 14 strikeouts to lead Berkeley Springs to a win over Southern Fulton. Jessica Jenkins had three hits for Berkeley Springs (7-2), while Amanda Bowers had two hits and an RBI.

No. 8 Hancock 3, Goretti 2


HANCOCK - Ashley Creek, Katie Golden and Adrian Kesecker each had two hits for Hancock (5-2). Lauren Barton had an RBI triple for Goretti.

No. 9 CVCS 13, Grace 0


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Tess Armstrong pitched a no-hitter with 11 strikeouts and Molly Brookens had three hits as Cumberland Valley Christian School (8-0) beat Grace Academy (0-2).

Smithsburg 4, South 2


Kara Williamson had two hits for South Hagerstown (3-4, 1-2) in the Rebels' MVAL Antietam setback to Smithsburg.

Williamsport 6, Boonsboro 5


WILLIAMSPORT - Sarah Hardin had two hits and two runs and Ashley Kunkelman hit a double for Williamsport (5-2) in the Wildcats' win over Boonsboro. Courtney Hutchinson struck out four for her second win.

North Carroll 7 Thomas Johnson 1


FREDERICK, Md. - Michelle Bateman had two hits, including a double, for Thomas Johnson (1-5).




PREP BASEBALL



No. 2 Chambersburg 3 Carlisle 0


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Cody Stinger homered to lead Chambersburg past Carlisle (2-3, 1-2) in the Mid-Penn Commonwealth.

Ryan Hinkle struck out five for Chambersburg (4-1, 3-0).

No. 3 Walkersville 3, Century 1


WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Cole Kidwell pitched a complete game for Walkersville allowing just four hits and a walk while striking out six.

Travis Hubbard had two hits, including a double, Josh Jacobson doubled, Anthony Binkley had two hits and Dustin Kolb had a two-run single for the Lions (7-2).

No. 4 Williamsport 5 Boonsboro 0


WILLIAMSPORT - Andy Taylor struck out 10 for Williamsport as the Wildcats shut out Boonsboro in an MVAL Antietam game. David Warrenfeltz and Aerik Taylor each added two hits for the Wildcats (6-1, 2-1).

No. 5 Jefferson 9 Berkeley Springs 1


SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Corie Gustines had two hits, including a home run, and three RBI to lead Jefferson past Berkeley Springs.

Adam Kessel added two hits and two RBI for Jefferson (9-3), while Jordan Diehl struck out 10 in the win.

No. 8 Frederick 4 Westminster 3


FREDERICK, Md. - Brian Lanning knocked in the winning run and Robby Davis had two hits and two RBI for Frederick (5-2).

Corey Briggs had two hits for Westminster.

South 15, Smithsburg 5


Daniel Lynn had two hits and four RBI to lead South Hagerstown past Smithsburg in an MVAL Antietam match-up.

Bryson Appel and Patrick Hutzler each added two hits and an RBI for the Rebels (3-4, 2-1), while David Miner had a solo home run.

Drew Crawford had two hits and an RBI for the Leopards (4-2, 1-1).

Hedgesville 15, Bishop Walsh 2


HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Dirk Webb had three hits and three RBI to lead Hedgesville past Bishop Walsh.

A.J. Mason struck out six for the Eagles (6-4).

Greencastle 13, Camp Hill 4


GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Winning pitcher Adam Wiestling had three hits, including a two-run homer, and four RBI to lead Greencastle past Camp Hill in the Mid-Penn Colonial.

Nick Schreiber hit a two-run homer and pitched four innings of scoreless relief with nine strikeouts for Greencastle (4-2, 3-0), while Chris Scott hit a three-run triple and Clint Castellar went 3-for-3 with two RBI amd Brett Sellers added three hits.




COLLEGE SOFTBALL



Wheeling Jesuit 2-2 Shepherd 0-1


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Wheeling Jesuit swept Shepherd in a WVIAC doubleheader.

Mia Zappacosta had two hits, including an RBI double, for the Rams (13-17, 6-4).




COLLEGE BASEBALL



Catonsville 5-5, HCC 0-6


CATONSVILLE, Md. - Devan Ewell hit a two-run homer and Ryan Harju had a two-run double as Hagerstown Community College scored four runs with two outs in the sixth inning of the second game to split a doubleheader with Catonsville.

Travis Hebron added two RBI for HCC (19-10) in the second game.




YOUTH LEAGUES



Wash. Co. Girls Softball


Glocker Group 18, Paul Crampton Construction 7: Candace Horchner had two hits for the Glocker Group and Sheri Pryor hit a triple. Alicia Love had two hits for Paul Crampton Construction.

Elementary Division


FOP 12, T&JJ's 2: Amanda Reese and Amanda Mentzer each had two hits for FOP. Danielle Wissinger had two hits, including a triple, for T&JJ's.

Maugansville Junior League


Carbaugh's 10, Hagerstown Trust 9: Jordan Lyman and Tyler Hornbecker had two hits for Carbaugh's. Jack Mesner had two hits for Hagerstown Trust.




BRIEF



Registration set for Colt, Palomino leagues


The Hagerstown Colt League (ages 15-16) and Palomino League (ages 17-18) will hold registration today from 6-8 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and Sunday from 1-3 p.m.

All players need to bring the registration fee and their birth certificate. For more information, contact Randy Wagner at 301-733-9238.

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