Area roundup

May 10, 2004


North 8, Boonsboro 4

Matt Ridenour had two hits and three RBI to lead North Hagerstown to an MVAL Antietam victory over Boonsboro at Municipal Stadium on Saturday.

Colby Thompson added a two-run single for the Hubs (13-5, 10-2), who have won eight straight games.

Jeremiah Mills and Corey Robinson each had two hits for the Warriors (7-11, 3-9).

Goretti 5, Martinsburg 1

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. - Chris Dorsey and David Plank combined on a two-hitter to lead St. Maria Goretti over Martinsburg on Saturday.

Kevin Brashears hit a solo home run and Paul Angello had two hits for the Gaels (8-13).


Boonsboro 9, North 6

Courtney Long had four hits, including a pair of doubles, in Boonsboro's win over North Hagerstown on Friday.


Federal Little League

Lions 9, American Legion 6: Thomas Allen, Greg Lynn and Aaron Showe had three hits each for Lions. Alex Shearer had three hits, Dakota Durning had two and Connor Spessard struck out 11 for American Legion.


Exchange 11, Rotary 9: Alyssa Collier had two hits, Andrew Yacak had an RBI triple, and Brady Wink got the save for Exchange. Tyler Presgraves and Matt South had two hits each for Rotary.

South County Senior League

BAAA 14, Mr. Natural 13: Aaron Twigg, Alan Beard, Ross Collins, Caleb Hudlow and John Hannah all had three hits and Will Dayhoff added two for BAAA. Ryan Lee, Scott Mummert and Colin Hempnill had three hits each for Mr. Natural.

West End Minor League

Woodpoint 8, FOP 7: Colby Johnson had two hits for Woodpoint. Joel Brown and Isiah Merill each had two hits for FOP.

Clear Spring Little League

Clear Spring Lions Club 11, Accent Imaging 1: Nick Hill hit an inside-the-park home run for Clear Spring. Garrett Higgins had two hits for Accent Imaging.

Minor Interleague

First Action 13, Youngblood Studios 12: Brenton Wagaman and David Conley had two hits each for First Action. Tevin Davis, Joseph Mohr and David Albin all had two hits for Youngblood.

Hagerstown PONY League

Eagles 13, Elks 12: Matt Amalfitano and John Kauffman homered, Daniel Myers had three hits and Chris Jackson had two for Eagles. Jeremy Smith hit a home run for Elks.

Maugansville Junior League

Pepsi 13, Spicher's 3: Winning pitcher Craig Martin struck out nine, while Greg Pheabus and Alan Sines had two hits each for Pepsi.

Smithsburg Cal Ripken

Mace Auto Body 11, Bair Pools 1: J.P. Steich threw a one-hitter with nine strikeouts, while Tyler Adkins, Shane Ganley, Cullan Ganley and Jeremy Boyd each had two hits for Mace.

American Little League

Thompson Concrete 12, Funkstown 5: Travis Kline had three hits, including a home run, Nick Stubbs and Anthony Wells each added two hits and Kline and Darrel Ward combined for 10 strikeouts for Thompson. Billy Springirth had two hits, including a home run, Jordan Anderson had two hits and Nic Martin and Andrew Barnhart combined to strike out 12 for Funkstown.

Hancock Little League

Yankees 4, Pirates 3: Kyle Smith had two hits for the Yankees. Seth Hall had two hits for the Pirates.

Tigers 19, Yankees 17: J.C. Lashley had three hits and David Weller had two for the Tigers. Garrett Wiles, Kyle Smith and Noah Smartt combined to strike out 12, while Kyle Smith had five hits, both Nick Smartt and Jamie Bryner added three, and Georgia Manning and Noah Smartt had two each for the Yankees.


Brunswick 14, Greencastle 1

Jason Mobley went 2-for-3 while John Sechler pitched a two-hitter with six strikeouts for Brunswick (1-0) in the season-opener for both teams.

Hagerstown 19-11 Jefferson 8-3

Nathan Butts had three hits and drove in four runs for the Hagerstown Braves in the first game of their season-opening doubleheader sweep of the Jefferson Dodgers.

Jason Rhey hit a three-run double, Zack Swisher had three hits, John Quail added two, and Quail, Pat Sweeney and Matt Hess each drove in two for Hagerstown.

In the second game, Quail, Sweeney, Dan Cunningham and Matt Hess each had three hits and Quail, Hess and Rhey each had two RBI for the Braves.


Region XX tournament

Hagerstown Community College will be on the field for the first two games when it hosts the Region XX tournament next weekend.

The Hawks will play Potomac State at 10 a.m. Saturday, followed by Garrett at 1 p.m. Garrett will play Potomac State at 4.

The championship game will be played Sunday at noon, with a second game at 3 p.m. if necessary.

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