Chambersburg cruises to 13-2 victory

April 30, 2004

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Irv Sleighter and Trent Casey each homered as Chambersburg rolled past Shippensburg 13-2 Thursday in a Mid-Penn Commonwealth game.

Kyle Davis and Drew McGwin each had two hits for the Trojans (9-2, 7-1). Ryan Hinkle threw a three-hitter with five strikeouts for his first win.

Eric Chamberlain homered for Shippensburg (5-6, 3-5).

No. 3 Williamsport 13, Catoctin 2

THURMONT, Md. - Will Roney hit a two-run homer and finished 3-for-4 while Andy Taylor had three hits and drove in five runs for Williamsport in the Wildcats' six-inning victory at Catoctin.

Leo Schill had two hits and winning pitcher Aerik Taylor struck out seven for Williamsport (12-2, 8-2 MVAL Antietam).

Will Delawter had two hits while Jake Yocum took the loss for Catoctin (12-2, 8-2).

No. 6 South Hagerstown 14 Brunswick 4

Philip Powell had three hits and five RBI as South Hagerstown defeated Brunswick (3-10, 1-6) in the MVAL Antietam.


Jeremy McAfee, Bryson Appel and Josh Bussard each had three hits for the Rebels (9-4, 8-1).

No. 8 Greencastle 4 Bermudian Springs 3

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Jared Barkdoll had two hits as Greencastle defeated Bermudian Springs in a Mid-Penn Colonial game.

Chris Scott and Nate Kopp each drove in two runs while Nick Schriever struck out six for the Blue Devils (9-5, 7-2).

St. John's-PH 13, St. James 1

FREDERICK, Md. - Scott Ritter hit a grand slam and tripled as St. John's at Prospect Hall rolled past St. James.

Ritter finished with four hits and six RBI. Jeremy Hess belted a three-run homer, while Sean Brennan and winning pitcher Robin Cochran each doubled in the win for the Vikings (10-8).

Martinsburg 8, Hampshire 1

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Aaron Stokes had three hits and two RBI for Martinsburg as the Bulldogs defeated Hampshire.

Jeff Horst and Tim Richmond each added two hits for Martinsburg (6-9, 2-2).

Grace 9, Calvary 5

Eric Hess pitched a complete game with four strikeouts to lead Grace Academy to a Mason Dixon Christian Conference victory over Calvary Christian.

Jordan Hanft had three hits for the Knights (7-2, 6-1).


No. 1 Chambersburg 9, Carlisle 1

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - October Smith tossed a three-hitter with eight strikeouts to lead Chambersburg past Carlisle in Mid-Penn Commonwealth action.

Jess Wallick went 3-for-3 for the Trojans (12-0).

No. 3 Hedgesville 12 No. 9 Berkeley Springs 1

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Michelle Scales picked up her 10th win of the season by pitching five innings of two-hit ball with five strikeouts and added a two-run homer as Hedgesville beat Berkeley Springs.

Emily Cunningham had three hits while Jenny Finafrock and Melanie Heartley had two for the Eagles (15-5), who notched their 11th straight win.

Maggie Smith drove in the only run for the Indians (12-9).

No. 5 Waynesboro 3 Gettysburg 1

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - Kristen Hess pitched a complete game, scattering five hits and fanning seven, as Waynesboro edged Gettysburg in the Mid-Penn Commonwealth.

Karey Toms, Paige Tanner and Jessie Miller each had run-scoring singles in the three-run second inning for the Indians (8-5, 6-4).

No. 6 Brunswick 3, South 0

Brunswick broke a scoreless tie in the top of the seventh inning, scoring three runs to post a victory over South Hagerstown.

Hillary Remsberg, Mandy Kaler and Larissa Shankle all drove in runs in the inning, spoiling Rebels pitcher Jamie Fowler's one-hit shutout after six innings.

Remsberg threw a three-hit shutout with four strikeouts and no walks for the Railroaders (8-2, 5-2).

Kara Williamson went 2-for-3 while Fowler struck out three and walked none for South (7-7, 5-5).

No. 9 Hancock 16 McConnellsburg 5

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Jenna Demory had three hits and stole four bases to lead Hancock past McConnellsburg in six innings.

Amy Barton and Jenae Trail each added two hits and winning pitcher Adrienne Kesecker fanned seven for the Panthers (8-4). Barton and Demory each scored three runs and Trail scored two.

Hillary Deshong, Tami Ulsh, Sarah Taylor and Chelsey Deshong each had two hits for McConnellsburg (0-9).


Shalom Christian 2, Heritage 1

Jen King scored for Heritage Academy (3-2-2), while Druanna Clark made 14 saves.


Shepherd 7-11 Pitt-Johnstown 6-9

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Steve Kozak hit a walk-off home run in the opener and picked up the win in the nightcap as Shepherd University swept a doubleheader over Pitt-Johnstown in its regular-season finale.

Kozak had three hits and drove in three runs, while Joe Cook had two hits, including a homer, and three RBI in the opener. Norris Roy and Shane Wines had two hits each.

Cook followed with two home runs and three RBI in the second game. Josh Delawder had three hits, while Wines and Tavis Laws each added two for the Rams (20-17).

Charlie Drummond also homered, drove in three runs and pitched a scoreless seventh inning for his seventh save. His homer tied Mike Spry's record of 17 in one season.


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