Hose honored at Camden Yards

June 14, 2004


BALTIMORE - T.J. Hose was named the most valuable pitcher for the North team Sunday in the Brooks Robinson All-Star Game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Hose, a graduate of North Hagerstown High School, pitched a 1-2-3 seventh inning to earn the award. The South beat the North, 5-1.

Other local players who took part in the game, which was formerly known as the Crown All-Star Game, were Jay Love (Boonsboro), T.J. Bowser (Smithsburg), Ben Jordan (Williamsport), Will Delawter (Catoctin) and Garrett Hanselman (Thomas Johnson).

The coaches for the North team were Mike O'Brien (Walkersville), Mike Frankliin (Catoctin) and Ralph Stottlemyer (South Hagerstown).


Hagerstown PONY League

Elks 6, Eagles 3: Tim Leather had two hits, including a home run, and Henry Fitzgerald struck out nine for Elks.

Hagerstown Colt League

FOP 5, UAW 4: Sean Engle struck out 13 and Paul Donahue drove in the game-winning run for FOP.

Minor Interleague

Hampton Inn 15, Youngblood 12: Zachary Gallion had three hits, while Caleb Jones, Bryan Tracey and Alex Decker each had two for Hampton Inn. David Albin, Joseph Mohr and Tevin Davis each had three hits and Alex Datillio and D.J. Jobe had two each for Youngblood.

Conococheague Little League

Post 202 14, Byers' Market 9: Connor Arnone and Nate Lowery each had three hits, while Austin Baker, Kyle Lamont and Steven Christie each had two for Post 202. Casey McKenrick, Connor Haines and Joey Sutch each had two hits for Byers' Market.

Lions 8, Wolfe's 3: C.J. Hamilton, Colin Litton and Zach Shank each had three hits and Ryan Rowland added two for Lions. Darrell Shirley had two for Wolfe's.

Washington Co. Girls Softball Middle School Division

Reliable Home Furnishings 17, Jerry's Sports 7: Eryn Greene had four hits, while Caroline Rosenthal, Erica Demercurio, Alex Penn and Emily Steiner each had two for Reliable.

Reliable 18, Ernst Market 3: Caroline Rosenthal and Alex Penn each had three hits, while Catherine Oldfather, Erica Demercurio and Emily Steiner each had two for Reliable.

Weller's Collision 16, Reliable 5: Kaitlyn Rowland had three hits and two RBI, Marissa Luipersbeck had two hits and two RBI and Emily Bolton had two hits for Weller's. Emily Steiner and Erica Demercurio each had two hits for Reliable.

Taylor's Sluggers 11, Allegany Dental 7: Chris Mehaffie struck out 10 for Taylor's.

Taylor's Sluggers 8, B.J.'s 7: Chris Mehaffie had two hits and struck out 10 and Maegan Taylor added two hits for Taylor's. Manla Delmeuca homered for B.J.'s.

Bowman 11, Taylor's Sluggers 7: Kasey Strickland homered for Bowman.

American Minor League

Goodwill AC 12, Eagles 5: Brendon Colbert and Zac Stottlemyer each had three hits for Goodwill.

Antietam Fire Department 17, VFW 7: Jaquien Gantt had two hits, including a grand slam, for Antietam Fire Department.

Valley Little League

Dorsey Brothers 12, SMRG 2: Victor McCormick had two hits and four RBI and Kameron Morral added two hits for Dorsey Brothers.

Total Lube 10, SMRG 3: Nathan Pryor had two hits and two RBI, while Kasey Raios and Charlie Williams each added two hits for Total Lube. George Leissler homered for SMRG.

Conococheague Junior League

Homewood 7, Sportsland 2: Kyle Stone pitched a three-hitter and added four hits to lead Homewood. Steve McKimmy had 10 strikeouts and Aaron Hershberger had three hits for Sportsland.

Homewood 8, South County 2: Craig Oxyer fired a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts for Homewood. Steve Mills and Garrett Hamby had two hits each in the win.

Smithsburg Cal Ripken League

Mace Auto Body 14, Lions 3: Nieko Akres homered and doubled and Collan Ganley had four hits to lead Mace. Dylan Ianaro added three hits in the win. Shayne Combs and Jack Schwartz had two hits each for Lions.

National Minor League

Antietam Fire Co. 16, Funkstown Legion 13:Zach Sines, Bret Rowland and Elijah Miller each had two hits for Antietam Fire Co.


Mt. Airy 4-10, Williamsport 3-4: C.J. Bliffen had two hits in each game of Mt. Airy's doubleheader sweep of Williamsport. Dan Gerjets added two hits in the second game for Mt. Airy. Matt Fortese and Derek Hadley each had two hits in the first game and Matt Byers had three hits in the second for Williamsport.


Brunswick sweeps a pair

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Bruns-wick scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to erase a 3-1 deficit and the Orioles edged Waynesboro 4-3 in Blue Ridge Adult League action.

Corey O'Bryan hit a two-out, two-run single in the rally and Kevin Goode scored the game-winner on a wild pitch. Goode and Gerrad Talkington had two hits.

Earlier in the day, the Orioles (16-1, 15-1) used a three-run third inning to beat the Hagerstown Braves, 4-1. Jayson Mobley highlighted the inning with a two-run single and Steve Goode added an RBI single. O'Bryan had two hits.

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