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Area roundup - Brunswick moves on to Series

August 09, 2004

ADULT BASEBALL



YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - For the second time in two days, the Brunswick Orioles knocked off the Cleveland Mosquitos, the top-ranked team in the National Semi-Pro Baseball Association Poll, winning Sunday 6-5 to win the NABF East Regional Tournament.

The Orioles (44-7) went 5-0 in the tournament and will play in the NABF World Series in Louisville, Ky., beginning Thursday.

Trailing 2-0 in the third inning, the Orioles took the lead for good with three runs. Andy Maught and Kevin Goode singled and both scored on Jason Mobley's two-run single. Corie O'Bryan reached on an infield single and Steve Goode loaded the bases with a bunt single. After a strikeout, Roger Dawson singled to right to score Mobley.

Jared Talkington had a two-run single in the sixth and winning pitcher Scott Frye had an RBI double in the eighth for Brunswick. Frye threw a complete game, striking out nine.

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Dawson and Kevin Goode each had two hits.

Brunswick beat Boardman (Ohio) 10-3 in a late game Saturday. Maught had four hits, including three doubles, and drove in four runs to lead the way for the Orioles.

Jamus Peterman pitched 4 2/3 innings of two-hit baseball while striking out eight to earn his second win of the tournament. Mobley had three hits and Frye added two.




YOUTH LEAGUES



Paul Brandenburg Memorial Tournament


Halfway 5, Brunswick 4

River City Classic


Frederick National 10, West End 7: Winning pitcher Michael Omelchenko had two hits while Erik Brown added two hits to lead Frederick National. Matt Stanball had two hits for West End.

Conococheague 12, Valley 7: Jordan Palladino and Wesley Everett each had three hits, while Zachary Lucas, D.J. Kinna and Hunter Eyler added two for Conococheague. Luke Toms and Kyle Dinterman had two hits for Valley.




GOLF



Eight-year-old scores ace


Ryan Kinter, an 8-year-old from Hagerstown, had a hole-in-one Sunday at Fountain Head Country Club.

Kinter scored the ace on the fourth hole, using a driver from 158 yards. The shot was witnessed by his father, Joe Kinter, Hugh Breslin and Kevin Breslin.




SOFTBALL



Moose/ReMax wins Pa. title


LEWISBURG, Pa. - Funkstown Moose/ReMax exacted its measure of revenge at just the right time by knocking off Lewisburg Legion 30-21 and 15-6 Sunday to come from the losers' bracket and win the SSAA Pennsylvania State Championship.

Lewisburg Legion defeated Funkstown Moose/ReMax 13-11 in the first game of the tournament, forcing the local team to stave off elimination to reach the finals. Moose/ReMax finished with a 5-1 record in the tournament.

Curty Myers paced Moose/ReMax with a .792 average while Mark Fine hit .737, Dale Reed hit .739, Rick Scriver hit .708, K.C. Hutzel hit .667, Pork Wallech hit .625 and Bob Tritch finished at .600 for the tournament.




BRIEFS



North athletic meeting


There will be a meeting for athletes in fall sports at North Hagerstown High School Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. All athletes should be accompanied by a parent.

Softball challenge


The Funkstown Moose Softball Challenge will be held Saturday at Marty Snook Park in Halfway. Entry fee is $175 and hit any .44 or .47 core ball. No Miken Ultra bats allowed. Cash prizes for first- and second-place teams. For more information, contact Doug Levine at 301-991-8015.

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