Area roundup - Bradshaw's W.Va. Amateur hopes dashed

August 04, 2004


WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. - David Bradshaw, of Harpers Ferry, W.Va., still has his West Virginia Open trophy for 2004.

He need not worry about a West Virginia sweep after failing to make the 36-hole cut in the 2004 West Virginia Amateur at Greenbrier Resort.

After an opening-round 75 on Monday, Bradshaw's second round wasn't any better on the Greenbrier layout, posting a 10-over-par 82 that left him six strokes off the qualifying cut.

Tad Tomblin, a member at Charleston's Berry Hills Country Club, got into a rhythm on a day virtually no one else could. His 5-under-par 67 put him two strokes ahead of Pat Carter.


Tomblin, who's made the cut just twice in the tournament since 1996, had seven birdies and was at 4-under through two rounds.

Carter began the day with a two-shot lead over three others. He made five straight pars before consecutive bogeys on holes six and seven. A pair of three-putts contributed to a 2-over 74, Carter's highest score in the tournament on the Greenbrier course in at least nine years.


Valley 7-8 Tournament

Clear Spring 11, Greencastle 8: Levi Bucher had four hits, including a home run, for Clear Spring while Collin Schultz and J.T. Altman each had two hits.

Conococheague 6, National 3: Jake Quigley drove in the winning runs with a three-RBI triple and Sinjin Shoop had two hits for Conococheague. Bryce Nigh had three hits and Cody Rachor had two for National.

Halfway Little League

Gehr 8, Gibney's 5: Brandon McCauley struck out 11 for Gehr as it beat Gibney's in the first game of their best-of-3 championship series. McCauley also had three hits, Chris McSherry had two hits, including a grand slam, and Shane Muldoon had two hits. Jason Hammond had three hits for Gibney's while Zack Sauble and Will Bowen each had two hits.

Paul Brandenburg Tournament

American 20, Valley13

Halfway 30, Federal 12


Hub City Softball

Jerry's Sports 22, Off The Hook 13: Scottie Slocum had five hits, including a home run, Pudge Eby had four hits, including a home run, Scott Holder had three hits, including a home run, and Jimmy Taylor, Dave Foltz and Dave Ricker each had three hits, all for Jerry's Sports.

Wash. Coed League

Bill Baisey Kia 10, Dual Highway Motors 4: Jeff Hetzer, Donnie Blickenstaff, Mike Green and Bill Green each had two hits for Bill Baisey.

Minnick's Plumbing 10, Keefer's Lawn Care 9: Jamie Pine, Kyle Minnick,and Brian Hoover each had three hits and three RBI for Minnick's.

Hagerstown Church

Lifehouse 13, Ringgold 11: Jim Golden had five hits, Patrick Grach added four, and Jeff Schnurr, Mark Keller, Scott Brown, A.J. Horst and Mark Brooks each had three for Life House.

Valley Christian 19, Otterbein 1: Mike Trumpower had a grand slam and four hits while John Buchanan Jr. added three for Valley.

St. James 8, Hagerstown Bible 7: Kyle Flook homered, Brad Moore had four hits and Mike Hull added three for St. James.

St. James 13, Hagerstown Bible 10: Lloyd Kelley homered while Mike Hull and Chad Secrest each had three hits for St. James.

Concordia 17, St. Joseph 8: Eric Arvidson had four hits for Concordia. Jeff Hartman, Terry Gilroy, Matt Semler and Brad Shives each had three hits for St. Joseph.


Pete Wright Memorial Series

BOONSBORO - Jamal Campbell won two events at the fourth Pete Wright Memorial Back-On-Track All-Comers Series meet.

Campbell, 14, won both the men's 110-meter hurdles (16.5) and the 400 meters (1:01.0).

Other men's winners were: Thomas Gunne in the shot put (28-6); Matt Bracken in the javelin (128 feet); Chris Cornwell in the long jump (16-6); Tyrus Fleetwood, 9, in the 200 (42.0); Ryan Shifler, 14, in the mile (6:17.1) and Matt Oliver, 17, in the two-mile run (11:23.2).

Women's winners included: Rebecca Stahl, 9, in the long jump (10-5 1/2) and 100 (18.5); Corie Fleetwood, 11, in the 200 (40.3) and 400 (1:37.2) and Lindsay Brooks, 14, in the mile (6:55.8).

The team of Rebecca Stahl, Aaron Pittman, Marc Pittman and Zachary Cunningham won the 400 relay in 1:27.6.

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