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Area roundup

July 13, 2004

GOLF



Schultz in red at Open


MITCHELLVILLE, Md. - Hagerstown's Dirk Schultz opened with a 1-under 70 round in the Maryland Open on Monday at The Country Club of Woodmoore.

The Black Rock professional shot 34-36 over the 6,913-yard layout and was tied for fourth place heading into today's second round. He was one of five golfers who broke par, including co-leaders Moose Brown, Russ Nielsen and Jared Goslee, all at 2-under 69.

The field of 144 will be cut to the low 80 players and ties for Wednesday's final round.

Schultz carded three birdies on the front nine and finished his round with a birdie on 18.

Other area golfers include Ken Lampard and Chuck Ingram - tied for 28th at 4-over 75 - and Smithsburg graduate Seiji Hirai at 76.




ADULT LEAGUES



Heat qualify for states


The Hub City Heat went 4-2 in an SSAA Qualifier in Roxbury, Pa., to advance to the state tournament in Newville, Pa.

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Scott Sweetman, Bill Durboraw, Jason Stevens, Shawn Faith and Chris Chaney each hit over .600 for the tournament, while Shane Kelly and Derreck Chupak both hit over .500.

Hagerstown Church Softball


St. Joseph's 12, Concordia 11: Matt Semler and Brian Noll each had three hits for St. Joseph's. Terry Brown and Mike Jorgenson each had three hits and Eric Poole homered for Concordia.

New Life 10, Grace 7: Rob Uchina had four hits and Mark Malone had three hits for New Life. Brandon Wilson and Eric White each had four hits for Grace.

Also: Nazarene 19, Crossroads Tan 14




YOUTH LEAGUES



Federal wins Pen Mar tourney


Federal Little League's 7-8 All-Stars won the 29th Annual Pen Mar tournament, going 5-0 and winning the championship game against Chambersburg 'A', 6-4.

Zane Schreiber was perfect at the plate for Federal, while Ryan Kinter hit .867, Josh Barron hit .750 and Nick Karlen and Dominique Guess both hit .635.

West End Little League


Coca-Cola 11, Moose 4: Dwight Boward threw a three-hitter with 13 strikeouts for Coca-Cola, while Sean Koontz had three hits.

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