Area roundup - Chambersburg's Burke fires 67

July 20, 2004

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Andrew Burke, who will be a senior at Chambersburg, rolled to a 5-under-par 67 at Stonebridge Golf Club on Monday to win the 16-18 age division honors in the Tri-State Junior Golf Association tournament. His nearest competitor was teammate Darryn DeShong, who shot an even-par 72.

Alicia Grier, of Smithsburg High, posted a 1-over-par 73 and won honors in the 14-15 age division while Tyler Straub was second with a 78. Alex Hoffman recorded a 76 to walk off with first place in the 12-13 division.

The next Tri-State Junior Golf tournament will be conducted Aug. 2 at Beaver Creek Golf Club.


Ruff wins age group

ROCKY GAP, Md. - Hagerstown's Dave Ruff won the men's 50-and-over age group at the Xterra Off-Road Triathlon, finishing 73rd overall out of 180 competitors.

The event consisted of a 3/4-mile swim, 12-mile mountain-bike ride and a 6-mile trail run.


Adam Keys Tournament

Maugansville 17, Valley 11: Justin Breeden had four hits and Josh Henry had three hits for Maugansville, while George Lessler had two hits for Valley.


American 13, Federal 12: Ty Benson had three hits, including two home runs, for Federal.

Thomas Evans Tournament

East Frederick 5, Valley 0: Nicholas Baker pitched a three-hit shutout for East Frederick. Tyler Hamrick had three hits, including a home run.

Conococheague 14, Valley 11-year-olds 4: Austin Taylor hit a grand slam and Tanner Maloy, C.J. Hambleton and Devon Byrd each had two hits for Conococheague.

National 7, Valley 12-year-olds 4: Jordan Thurber had two hits, including a home run, while Evan Dennis had two hits for Valley.

East Frederick 10, Clear Spring 0: Danny Dixon pitched a three-hitter for East Frederick.

South Mountain 4, Sharpsburg 1

Wash. Co. Girls Softball

Lightning Transport 21, Accent Imaging 20: Anna Binau, Sam Frew and Ashley Daniels each had three hits to lead Lightning and Lindsay Kline and Emma Sirface each added two hits. Ashley Ernde, Amelia Plank, Kelly Toms and Brandy Thomas each had two hits for Accent.

Potomac Property 21, Lighting Transport 7: Courtney Hutchinson had nine strikeouts, three hits, including a home run ,and eight RBI for Potomac.

Potomac Property 16, Middletown Sports 9: Hutchinson had four hits for Potomac and Michelle Horst added two. Katie Sirbaugh and Renee Collins each had three hits, while Brandy Miner added two for Middletown.


Brunswick 5, Fayetteville 0

BRUNSWICK, Md. - John Sechler fired a three-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts to lead Brunswick past Fayetteville in the first game of the best-of-7 Blue Ridge Championship Series.

Steve Goode homered and hit a run-scoring single and Andy Maught added an RBI double for the Orioles (36-5).

Brunswick will host Game 2 of the series tonight at 7.


Hub City Softball

Thompson's Gas/Mike's Plumbing 19, Barrett's 18: Jimmy Ezolt, Joe Springer, Denny Wallech, Greg McCoy, Chris Davis and Mark Baker each had three hits and Mike Repp homered for Thompson's/Mike's.

Hub City Heat 14, Off The Hook 4: Chris Chaney and Jason Stevens each had four hits, while Jason Connor and Shawn Faith added three to lead Hub City Heat. Jimmy Hinkle and Jerry Brian had three hits for Off The Hook.

Eddie's Upholstery 12, R&M Liquors 9: Huckle Benedict and Brian Hayes each had three hits for Eddie's, while Jason Carter, Mike Barnes and Dwayne Boward each had two hits.

Washington County Co-Ed

Deafnet 20, Minnick's 14: Mike Lewis had four hits, including a homer, and five RBI and Stacy Myers had four hits, including a homer, for Deafnet. Jeremy Minnick had five hits and Jamie Pine had four hits for Minnick's.

Bill Baisey Kia 5, Martinsburg Deck All Sport 4: Jeff Barnhart had three hits and Bill Greene added two hits for Bill Baisey Kia.

Hagerstown Church Softball

Valley 22, New Life 1: Dan Jordan had four hits, while Jonathan Bakner, Mike Trumpower, Brian Lewis and Nate Jordan each added three to lead Valley.

Concordia 10, Crossroads Tan 3: Eric Arvidson, Ron Golden and Terry Brown each had three hits and Ebbe Arvidson had two for Concordia.

Five Forks 12, Nazarene 7: Dewey Eby had five hits and Dan McCleaf added three to lead Five Forks. Greg Wright had three hits for Nazarene.

St. Joseph's 21, Crossroads Green 16: Terry Gilroy, Brad Shives, Rob Grimsley and Neil Becker each had four hits to lead St. Joseph's. Keith Hessler and Mary Lyne Dixon had three hits and Matt Camden homered for Crossroads Green.

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