Middletown Sports 16, Lightning Transportation 3: Courtney Long hit a grand slam, Dana Diehl homered and Lene Collins had two hits for Middletown Sports. Emma Sirface had two hits, including a homer, for Lightning Transportation.
Pen Mar 7-8 Tournament
Federal 18, Sharpsburg 1: Mark Grunberg, Ryan Byard, Zane Schreiber, Ryan Kinter and Teddy Shoeck each had two hits and Maggie Murray had three RBI for Federal. Ryan Kinter and Nick Karlen combined to pitch a two-hitter in the win.
Funkstown 6, Denbigh 1
WINCHESTER, Va. - Josh Bowers pitched a complete-game four-hitter with nine strikeouts and Phillip Powell went 2-for-3 with three RBI as Funkstown beat Denbigh (Va.) 6-1 Sunday for its lone win at the Winchester Firecracker Tournament.
Tim Kellinger added two hits for Funkstown (22-8-1), which went 1-2-1 at the tournament.
Earlier Sunday, Funkstown tied the Euclid (Va.) Diamond Dogs, 6-6. The game was stopped due to the tournament's 2-hour, 15-minute time limit per game.
Funkstown hosts Mount Airy on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in a one-game playoff for the Western Maryland District first-half championship. Each team is 5-3 in district play.
Jeremiah Mills had three hits, including a home run, for Funkstown in the first game of a doubleheader sweep. Cadyn Robinson, Kent Worthington, Mark Dattilio and Marcellus Sumlin each added two hits. In the second game, Dattilio had three hits, Sumlin had two, including a homer, while Robinson and Tyler Beard each added two hits.
Berkeley Post 14 4-16
Damascus Post 171 3-2
Kirby Anderson had three hits, while Logan Clark, Kevin Griffin, Jesse Miner and Kenny Remsberg each had two hits for Berkeley in the first game of a doubleheader. In the second game, Griffin went 4-for-4 and Cody Seibert went 3-for-4 with four runs.
Mount Airy Post 191 9-6
Berkeley Post 14 4-12
Logan Clark had four hits, Kirby Anderson added three and Justin Everhart and Kevin Griffin each had two for Berkeley in the second game of a doubleheader split. Jesse Simmons and Josh Lebo each had two hits in the first game.
Hub City Softball
Jerry's Sports 20, Eddie's 7: Dave Foltz and Sid Shupp each had four hits, Wade Elwood had three hits, including two home runs, Pudge Eby and Denny Talbert each had three hits and Jimmy Taylor homered for Jerry's.
South End Tavern 22, Coors Light 9: Frankie Robinson had five hits, including a homer, Donovan Violet had four hits, Brian Wagner had three hits, including a homer, and Brad Crawford and Frankie Linton each had three hits for South End.
Hagerstown Church Softball
Otterbein 15, New Life 12: Mike Buhrman had four hits for Otterbein.
Bethel 22, Crossroads Tan 15: Dave Rodriquez had three hits for Bethel. Dave Davis and Ron McAllister each had five hits for Crossroads Tan.
Valley 24, Tri-State 22: Mike Trumpower had five hits, including a home run, Rick Troxell had five hits and Jonathan Bakner had four for Valley. Chris Baker had six hits and Darryl Henry had five for Tri-State.
Harrisburg Firecracker Baseball Tournament
Brunswick Orioles 10, Altoona, Pa. 4: Jayson Mobley had two hits, including a three-run homer, for Brunswick. Gerrad Talkington had two hits and John Mangold homered.
Mechanicsburg, Pa. 5, Brunswick Orioles 0: Joey Hart struck out six and Garrad Talkington had two hits for Brunswick (29-4), which finished fourth in a 16-team field.
Also: Norristown, Pa. 4, Brunswick Orioles 0
Moose wins tournament
Funkstown Moose/Remax won the SSAA national qualifying tournament by going undefeated. Dale Reed and K.C. Hutzell led the team, each hitting over .700, while Brad Weaver, Danny Berg and Erik White each hit over .650. The team will play in the SSAA National Tournament in August.
Gindlesperger, Spence lead the way
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Chambersburg, Pa.'s Justin Gindlesperger, 25, edged Shippensburg, Pa.'s Steve Spence, 42, to win the recent Ausherman Cross Country Series two-mile race.
Gindlesperger led the field of 105 runners to the finish line in 10 minutes, 24 seconds - two seconds ahead of Spence, the 1992 Olympic marathoner. Chambersburg's Tim Schuler, 41, took third in 10:44.
Spence's daughter, Neely, 14, was the first female in 11:40, while Schuler's daughter, Kylee, 18, was the runner-up in 12:11.
Doyle McKenzie, 10, won the one-mile fun run, topping the field of 85 in 7:03.