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Hubs Keith part of all-star extravaganza

July 09, 2004

PREP FOOTBALL



North Hagerstown's Derrick Keith will be among an array of all-stars tonight in the second annual Maryland East-West All-Star contest.

Keith, a 6-0, 215-pound tailback who helped the Hubs to a 10-0 regular-season record, will be a member of the West team that will converge on Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium for a 7 p.m. kickoff.

"It's an absolute honor for him to be playing with the best in the state," said North coach Dan Cunningham, who is assistant offensive coordinator and running backs coach for the West. "Derrick will be part of our jumbo package used as a fullback and a single running back in a four-wide set."

Teams are required to throw the football 60 percent of their play calls.

Keith ran for 673 yards and scored nine touchdowns.

Players went through practices this week at Frostburg State University.

Also on the West team is Frederick lineman Dallas Pryor.

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YOUTH LEAGUES



District 1 11-12 Tournament


National 17, Sharpsburg 2: Cory Shank had two home runs for National while Nick Gross had two hits, including a homer, and Blake Bandeff and Joel Rowe each had two hits. Joey Demartino had two hits for Sharpsburg.

Hancock 13, Frostburg 2: Nick Harvey hit a two-run home run while Travis Barthalow, Ethan Martin and Dylan Whiteside each added two hits for Hancock.

Potomac Valley 10, West End 8: Sean Collette had a three-run home run for Potomac Valley. Aaron Stoner had two home runs for West End while Kenny Kitchen and Dwight Boward each added a home run.

Halfway 22, Valley 4: Dylan Zimmerman had three hits, including two home runs, Chris McSherry and Brendan Deener each had three hits, and Zach Saubel added two hits for Halfway. Jordan Thurber hit a home run for Valley.

Conococheague 9, Oakland 5

Pen Mar 7-8 Tournament


Conococheague 19, Mercersburg 1: Brandon Toloso had three hits and eight strikeouts for Conococheague, and Jake Moats, Jack Kelly, and Blake Harne each added two hits.

Maugansville 15, Halfway 6: Richie Montgomery, John Britton, Michael Sullivan, Taylor Shank and Matt Breakall each had two hits for Maugansville.

Hagerstown PONY League


Firefighters 10, F&M 7: Dwayne Washko had three hits, including a home run for Firefighters as it won the league championship. Tyler Stevens and Brendan Palmer both had a home run for Firefighters. Tim Jacobson had three hits while Jared Ferguson and Jeremy Barron each had two hits including a home run and Todd Jacobson had a home run for F&M.

Hagerstown PONY League


Elks 9, Goodwill 7: Kim Leather led Elks with two home runs and 13 strikeouts, while Jeremy Smith added two hits, including a home run. Wes Samples also added a home run. Cameron Allen had three hits and Aaron Hershberger had two hits to lead Goodwill and Aaron Mills added a home run.




BLUE RIDGE BASEBALL



Brunswick 9, Hagerstown 5


BRUNSWICK, Md. - Scott Frye hit a three-run homer as part of Brunswick's six-run first inning, and the Orioles defeated the Hagerstown Braves.

Andy Maught drove in three runs while Jason Mobley had two hits and two RBI and Corey O'Brien added two hits for Brunswick (31-4).

John Tsikerdanos had three hits while Kevin Crawford, Zack Swisher, Ian Edwards and Danny Fowler each had two for Hagerstown.

All-star game Saturday


The Blue Ridge Adult League baseball all-stars will play the West Shore (Pa.) Twilight League all-stars Saturday at Municipal Stadium in Hagerstown, beginning at 7 p.m.

Admission is $3 for adults and free for kids 17 and under.




LEGION BASEBALL



Frederick 18, Funkstown Legion 6: Tim Kellinger had three hits for Funkstown Legion (23-9, 0-1).




ADULT LEAGUES



Wash. Co. Co-Rec Softball


Dual Highway Motors 15, Keefer's Lawncare 6: Trish Douglas had four hits for Dual Highway Motors while Ryan Grabill added three hits.

Bill Baisey Kia 10, Minnich's Plumbing 1: Jeff Hetzer, Mike Green, Donny Blickenstaff and Bill Green each had four hits for Bill Baisey. Pete Barnhart and Shannon Misner added three hits each for Bill Baisey.

Hub City Softball


Crazy Horse 27, Break Away Two 25: Bill Durabraw had four hits, including two home runs, Allan Largent had four hits and a homer, Shaun Kendall had two home runs and Allan Purdham had a home run for Crazy Horse.

Funkstown Moose/Colonial Sports Bar 14, Eddie's Detail Shop 4: Pork Wallech, Scott Remsburg, Matt Jenkins, Bob Tritch and Casey Hutzell each homered for Funkstown. Ed Palmer homered for Eddie's.

Hub City Heat 15, R&M Liquors 5: Danny Fraker and Scott Sweetman each had four hits for Hub City, while Shane Kelly and Mike Reese each added three hits. One of Reese's hits was a home run.

Hagerstown Church Softball


Nazerene 21, New Life 20: Greg Wright and Bill Peterson each had four hits Nazarene while Josh Daniels had a home run.

Hagerstown Grace 11, Virginia Avenue 7: Kenny Shanholtz, Brian Kelly and Bud Allen each had three hits for Grace. Willie Beard, Joe Young, Jason Barney and Cliff Miles each had three hits for Virginia Avenue.

Five Forks 16, Ringgold 6: Dan McCleaf had four hits for Five Forks, Toby Gift had three hits, including a home run, and Brad Gift and Gary Decker each added three hits. Ken Delauter had two hits for Ringgold.

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