Roundup- 'Cats relay team sets county record at Penn Relays

April 24, 2004


PHILADELPHIA - Williamsport's Rhet Troxell, Aaron Buchman, Matt Oliver and Devin Hewitt combined to break North Hagerstown's 23-year-old Washington County record in the boys 3,200-meter relay at the Penn Relays on Friday.

The Wildcats, paced by Troxell's 1:55.7 leadoff split, placed fifth in the first of two small-school heats in 7:58.15. Dan Mangan, Troy Gandy, Rob Hovermale and Rob Greene set the previous county mark of 7:59.5 for North in 1981.

Overall, Williamsport had the 20th fastest time out of 67 schools, big and small. Holmwood Technical of Jamaica turned in the top time (7:44.25).

Also, Chambersburg senior Kylee Schuler placed ninth Thursday in the girls 3,000 in 10:10.66.


Clear Spring 13, South 12

CLEAR SPRING - A bases-loaded walk in the sixth inning gave the Blazers a victory over the Rebels.


Kayla McCarty pitched a complete game for the win for Clear Spring (2-12, 1-8). Tawnya Blair hit a two-run double in the fifth.

Christina Line and Heather White had two hits each, while Keli Dofflemyer had an RBI double for South (6-6, 4-4). The Rebels were without ace Jamie Fowler, who's sidelined with mononucleosis.

Smithsburg 2, Williamsport 1

SMITHSBURG - Amy Miller hit the game-tying RBI single in the fourth inning and Julie Weaver hit the game-winning single in the fifth as Smithsburg edged Williamsport in an MVAL Antietam game shortened due to rain.

Candace Stanford and Brittany Biser each tripled and scored and Alyssa Reed allowed only one hit for her seventh win of the year for the Leopards (7-5, 6-2).

Adrienne Munoz reached on an error in the first inning and later scored on an error for Williamsport (7-5, 5-3).


Rams' Bradshaw heading to NCAA Super Regional

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Shepherd University's David Bradshaw will compete May 3-5 in the NCAA Division II Northeast/East Super Regional at Blue Ridge Country Club.

Bradshaw is one of five West Virginia Conference individuals to qualify for the tournament.


Smithsburg grad Feiser transfers to High Point

HIGH POINT, N.C. - Michelle Feiser, a 2002 graduate of Smithsburg High, has transfered from Fairleigh Dickinson to High Point, where she will continue her volleyball career.

Feiser, a 2001 Herald-Mail All-Area First Team setter, joins Jenelle Stouffer - a former teammate at Smithsburg - at High Point.

Feiser, who will be a junior next season, had 1,538 assists and 396 kills in two seasons at Fairleigh Dickinson.

Faith Christian grad Mann heads to Shepherd

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Jon Mann, a 2002 Faith Christian graduate (Martinsburg, W.Va.), has signed to play basketball at Shepherd University.

Mann, a 6-foot-3 guard/forward, has three years of eligibility remaining after attending Garrett Community College for the last two years.


Federal Little League

Lions 9, Alstatia 0: Christian Binford and Thomas Allen combined on a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts to lead Lions. Binford also homered and doubled, while Kevin McCormack, Casey Nidimyer and Tyler Nidimyer each added two hits in the win.

National Little League

FOP 16, Crampton 11: Nick Gross had two home runs, including a grand slam, and Joel Rowe added two hits to lead FOP. Terry Gossard had three hits, while Tre Henchen and Jeremiah Johnson added two for Crampton.

Maugansville Little League

Maugans Oil 23, Burkholder's 4: Brandon Glazer had three hits to lead Maugans Oil. Matt Braithwaite and Kevin Miller had two hits. C.J. Alexander had two hits for Burkholder's.

Smithsburg Cal Ripken League

Mace Auto Body 11, Homestyle Laundry 0: Tyler Atkins went 4-for-4 with two doubles, while Jacob Steich, Jeremy Boyd, Dylan Ianaro and Shane Ganley each added two hits to lead Mace.

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