Area roundup - Rebels top Hubs in city battle

May 05, 2004

Lindsay Kline and Christina Line both scored on a passed ball in the top of the seventh inning to put South Hagerstown ahead for good as the Rebels defeated North Hagerstown 3-2 on Tuesday.

Jamie Fowler pitched a complete game with five strikeouts for her seventh win of the season for the Rebels (8-8).

Sarah Austin had two hits for the Hubs (3-11).

No. 1 Chambersburg 6 Cumberland Valley 5

NEW KINGSTOWN, Pa. - Chambersburg survived a five-run third inning by Cumberland Valley, taking the lead for good in the sixth on Lindsay Tritle's RBI single.

Tritle made two stellar defensive plays at third base in the seventh to preserve the win, throwing a runner out at home and ending the game by coming in on a chopper to retire the batter at first with the tying run on third.

No. 3 Hedgesville 3, Jefferson 0

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Michelle Scales pitched a complete game, striking out 11 and walking two, to help Hedgesville to its 13th straight victory.


Emily Cunningham went 2-for-3 and drove in a run for the Eagles (17-5).

No. 6 Brunswick 11, Williamsport 0

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Mandy Kaler went 2-for-3 with two RBI for the Railroaders in a win over Williamsport in the MVAL Antietam.

Middletown 3, Thomas Johnson 2

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Samantha Koehl had eight strikeouts for Thomas Johnson in a loss to Middletown in the MVAL Antietam.

Southern Fulton 4, Hyndman 3

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Kaylie Mellott and Candace Bard each had two hits for Southern Fulton (5-7, 4-4) in a win over Hyndman.

Tussey Mountain 16 McConnellsburg 3

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Tami Ulsh tripled and drove in all three of McConnellsburg's runs in the Spartans' loss to Tussey Mountain.

Grace 18, Mountain View 4

Laura Browning, Holly Yoder, Megan Cox and Danielle Sowers paced Grace Academy's 22-hit attack with three hits each, leading the Knights to their first win.

Nina Crist had two hits and four RBI for Grace (1-6), while Browning scored four runs, Crist had four RBI and Sowers had a triple, two doubles and three RBI. Cox pitched four innings for the win and struck out seven.

Broadfording 13-16, St. James 10-6

Cindel Young tripled, homered and drove in three in the first game and Christine Mehaffie struck out 19 in winning both games for the Lions against the Saints' JV squad.


No. 1 Chambersburg 2 Shippensburg 1

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Drew McGwin drove in both runs for Chambersburg (13-2, 11-1) and Andy Carter added two hits.

Ryan Hinkle struck out six and issued no walks for his second win of the season.

No. 5 Waynesboro 11, Northern 10

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Josh Mummert had two hits and drove in two runs, including the winner on a squeeze bunt with the bases loaded to give Waynesboro the win over Northern.

Jordan Reitz had four hits and stole three bases while Sean Hyndman added two hits and three RBI for the Indians (9-6, 6-5 Mid-Penn Commonwealth).

No. 8 Greencastle 17, Trinity 10

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Brett Sellers went 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI and Chris Scott was 2-for-3 with two RBI for Greencastle (11-5, 9-2).

Notre Dame 1, Goretti 0

MIDDLEBURG, Va. - Artie Snyder pitched a perfect game for Notre Dame Academy.

Trevor Cobb took the loss for Goretti (7-12), striking out four and walking one.

Southern Fulton 6, Hyndman 5

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - With the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh, winning pitcher Tyler Elbin doubled to clear the bases and win the game for Southern Fulton (2-9). Elbin finished the game with two hits and three RBI.


Heritage 3, Highland View 0

Emily Taylor scored three goals for Heritage Academy (6-2-2), while Molly Holtzman and Heather Stamper each had an assist.


Rams' Zappacosta honored

Freshman Mia Zappacosta, a third baseman and pitcher for Shepherd University, was named to the WVIAC All-Tournament Team.

Zappacosta, also a first-team All-WVIAC choice, set new Rams single-season marks for hits (67) and doubles (17). She hit .455 with a home run in tournament play and added a two-hit, complete-game win over Davis & Elkins.


Rams head to regionals

Shepherd University will travel to Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Mich., for the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Women's Tennis Regional Tournament Thursday and Friday.

The Rams received an automatic bid to the tournament by claiming the WVIAC title and will host Ferris State Thursday at noon in their first NCAA regional appearance


Shepherd hands out awards

Shepherd University coach Ken Tyler recently announced several award winners, including Chambersburg graduate Danley Shank and former Hagerstown Community College player Mark Jennings.

Shank was named Most Improved Player after averaging 18.2 points and 7.5 rebounds per game and setting a single-season record by shooting 51.8 percent from behind the 3-point line.

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