HCC wins a wild one over Delaware Tech

March 08, 2005


COCOA BEACH, Fla. - Kyle Robinson's bases-loaded, two-out walk in the bottom of the eighth inning gave Hasgerstown Community College a wild 7-6 victory over Delaware Tech at the Cocoa Expo on Monday.

The Hawks (2-3) gave up three runs in the top of the eighth before rallying, with a lot of help from Delaware Tech.

With one out, Marty Kaetzel singled, Lowell Coates walked and Drew Counselman smacked an RBI double to make it 6-4.

After the second out, Robbie Davis walked to load the bases, Eric Miksitz walked to make it 6-5, Alex Bower was hit by a pitch to tie the game and Robinson walked to win it.

Counselman, Miksitz, Coates and Kaetzel each had two hits for HCC.


Hood players honored

Hood College's Rita Willis for the second straight year was voted the Atlantic Women's Colleges Confererence's Most Outstanding Player by the conference coaches.


Willis averaged 15.0 points, 9.1 rebounds and 4.9 assists per game.

Also for Hood (17-7, 12-0), Danielle Allen was named to the All-AWCC first team and freshman Danielle Gallagher was named to the second team as well as being honored as the conference's Rookie of the Year.

Allen averaged 13.8 points, 9.3 rebounds, 2.8 blocked shots and 2.7 steals per game, while Gallagher averaged 16.9 points and 9.5 rebounds per game.


HCC announces new recruits

Hagerstown Community College, coached by Beth Domenico, recently announced six new recruits for the 2005 season.

They are: Lindsay Plotner (Williamsport High School), Kristen Weir (Williamsport), Amanda Conway (Smithsburg), Brooke Ward (North Hagerstown), Karey Toms (Waynesboro) and Traea Guthrie (Fort Hill).

The returning sophomores are: Staci Grabill (Williamsport), Brittany Meadows (Smithsburg), Laura Lindsay (Smithsburg), Savannah Wetzel (Waynesboro) and Mya Widmyer (Allegany).


Region II final set for tonight

The West Virginia Class AAA Region II final - Jefferson vs. Hampshire - will be played tonight at Shepherd University's Butcher Athletic Center.

Game time is 7:30. Gates open at 6:30. All tickets cost $6 and will be sold at the doors. Only WVSSAC passes will be accepted.

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