Maugansville reaches final

July 11, 2004


MAUGANSVILLE - Brandon Glazer fired a three-hitter with nine strikeouts as Maugansville edged South Mountain 2-0 in the District 1 11-12 winners' bracket final on Saturday.

Zach Snodderly singled in Jordan Wivell in the first inning and Glazer in the third for the only scoring in the game. Alec Long added two hits in the win.

Anthony Hollis scattered six hits and fanned nine and Troy Hartle had two hits for South Mountain, which will host the losers' bracket final on Wednesday.

Maugansville advances to the district final on Thursday.

National 15, Valley 7: Corey Shank had two hits and Joel Rowe and Chris Smith each homered to lead National. Jordan Thurber had two home runs, while A.J. Minnich and Cody Shives added two hits each for Valley.

PONY 13 Tournament

Hagerstown 'A' 10, South Adams 1: Dee Stubbs had 12 strikeouts and A.J. Jamison and J.J. O'Neill each homered to lead Hagerstown. Jamison, O'Neill, Josh Conway and Cody Nelling had two hits.

Hagerstown 'B' 6, South Adams 1: Evan Dixon pitched a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts, Brad Kretzer had two hits and John Cauffman homered to lead Hagerstown. Bubba Ripple had two hits for South Adams.

Hagerstown 'A' 16, Chambersburg 5: A.J. Jamison had three hits, including a home run, Cody Nelling and Tyler Stevens each homered and Seth Poffenberger and Adrian Adams each added two hits for Hagerstown. Zach Helm homered for Chambersburg.

Hagerstown 'B' 3, Chambersburg 1: James Jordan had two hits for Hagerstown. Jimmy Hughes, Jeremy Frost and Vinny Reed each had two hits for Chambersburg.


Funkstown 8-12, Mount Airy 7-10

FUNKSTOWN - After opening the second half of the Western Maryland District with a loss to Frederick, Funkstown Post 211 responded with come-from-behind victories in both games of a doubleheader sweep against Mount Airy Post 191.

Funkstown (25-9-1, 2-1) rallied from a 7-2 deficit in the first game by scoring six unanswered runs, including the tying and go-ahead runs during a two-out rally in the sixth. Nathan Himes paved the way with three hits, while Andy Taylor and Tim Kellinger each had two. Josh Bowers added a two-run home run in the first inning.

Bryson Appel belted a three-run homer to highlight a seven-run sixth inning in the second game to help Funkstown complete the sweep. Andy Taylor had three hits, including a homer and four RBI, while Bowers, Kellinger and Kyle Robinson each had two hits. Brandon Painter gave Funkstown the lead with a two-run single in the sixth.


Williamsport 12-17, Damascus 11-5

Scott Keeney had three hits, including a home run, Nick Bodnar, Jason Sutherland and Nathan Mills each had two hits and Kyle Kane homered in the first game of a doubleheader sweep for Williamsport. Kane had four hits, Keeney, Matt Byers and Justin Bussard each had three hits, Derek Hadley, Matt Fortese and Cam Shifler each had two hits and Corey Itnyre homered in the second game for Post 202.


Spirit of Gettysburg 5K

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - Vinney Mulvey of Ireland won the Spirit of Gettysburg 5K in a time of 14 minutes, 44 seconds. Susan Graham-Gray, of the Cumberland Valley Athletic Club finished in a personal-best 17:42 to win the women's race and a Northwest Airlines ticket to anywhere. Maria Spinnler, also of the CVAC, won the masters division in a time of 18:33.


Diamonds In The Rough camp openings

There are still five openings for the Diamonds In The Rough Baseball Camp, which begins Monday at the Halfway Little League complex in Marty Snook Park.

The camp features instruction from some of the top coaches in the Tri-State area, including John Lowery (Jefferson), Mike Franklin (Catoctin), Mark Shives (Clear Spring) and Rodney Bennett (Frederick CC).

For more information, contact Fred Kreiger at 301-416-7314.

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