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Local roundup - HCC women perform well at NJCAAs

March 07, 2005

INDOOR TRACK



CHARLESTON, Ill. - Hagerstown Community College's Kara Wastler and Brittany Kershner set personal records Saturday at the NJCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships at Eastern Illinois University. Wastler placed fourth in the mile in 5:15.36, while Kershner finished eighth in the 800 meters in 2:27.31.

Brittany Strite was 14th in the 3,000 in 11:24.0 and Nikki Centofonti was 13th in the 600 in 1:54.0.




WOMEN'S HOOPS



McDaniel eliminated


SCRANTON, Pa. - McDaniel College was eliminated from the NCAA Division III Tournament Saturday night, dropping a 72-69 second-round game against Scranton, the top-ranked D-III team in the country.

Smithsburg's Katy Powell had a career high 18 points, including a game-tying 3-pointer with 20 seconds remaining in regulation after McDaniel trailed by 14 points earlier in the second half. Powell had another shot to tie the game at the buzzer, but it rattled the rim before falling out.

Williamsport's Brooke Weimer scored five points in her final collegiate game.

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RUNNING



Tim Kennard 5-Miler


SALISBURY, Md. - Susan Graham-Gray, representing the Cumberland Valley Athletic Club, won the women's race in a course record 29 minutes, 44 seconds Sunday morning on the campus of Salisbury State University.

Graham-Gray, 36, earned $300 for the victory and a $150 bonus for setting the course record.

Maria Spinnler, 43, also representing the CVAC, was third overall and the women's Masters champion in 31:40, earning $100.

For more results, visit the Web site www.charmcityrun.com.




COLLEGE BASEBALL



Glove Institute 3, HCC 0 Delaware Tech 5, HCC 4


COCOA BEACH, Fla. - Hagerstown Community College dropped two games Sunday at the Cocoa Expo.

Nathan Himes and Alex Bower each had two hits and drove in a run for the Hawks (1-3) against Delaware Tech. Cole Bellon (0-1) pitched three innings in relief and allowed one hit, but an unearned run on a throwing error made him the hard-luck loser.

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