Preps Roundup

May 13, 2006


WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Taryn Ashway pitched a two-hit shutout with eight strikeouts as Waynesboro beat rival Greencastle 2-0 on Friday to complete a season sweep of the Blue Devils.

Paige Tanner homered and Megan Stefanic had an RBI triple for the Maidens (14-6).

Sarah Signore struck out 11 for the Blue Devils (16-3).

Southern Fulton 6, Bishop Walsh 0

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Courtney Trainor pitched a shutout and stuck out 10 for Southern Fulton in a nonleague win over Bishop Walsh (12-9).

Natasha Bard had three hits and Destane Whiteside and Keena Elbin each had two hits for the Indians (7-8).

Mercersburg 12, McConnellsburg 2

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Mercersburg Academy's Cree Riley had three hits and four RBI and also pitched four perfect innings as the Blue Storm defeated McConnellsburg.


Kelsey Roman had three hits and Allie Locke had two hits and four RBI for Mercersburg (9-12).

Megan Eichelberger struck out six for the Spartans (2-16).

Other Scores

Maryland Class 1A West first round

Westmar 4, Clear Spring 3

Southern Garrett 26, Hancock 1

Maryland Class 2A West first round

Liberty 18, North Hagerstown 8

West Virginia Region II semifinal

Musselman 13, Jefferson 1


Winters Mill 10, South Hagerstown 9

WESTMINSTER, Md. - South Hagerstown trailed 8-0 before rallying against Winters Mill in a Maryland Class 2A West first-round loss.

Allegany 4, Smithsburg 3

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Josh Conway, Bobby Smith and Dennis Herbert had two hits apiece for Smithsburg as the Leopards (4-17) fell to Allegany in the Maryland Class 1A West playoffs.

Northern Garrett 8, Clear Spring 6

ACCIDENT, Md. - Clear Spring pitchers gave up 13 walks as the Blazers lost to Northern Garrett in the first round of the Maryland Class 1A West playoffs.

Scott Keeney led Clear Spring (12-8), going 3-for-3 with a three-run homer.

Westmar 11, Hancock 1

LONACONING, Md. - Westmar ended Hancock's season in the first round of the Maryland Class 1A West playoffs.


Brown sets Tri-State 100 record

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Jefferson senior Josh Brown set a Tri-State record in the boys 100-meter dash Thursday, winning the West Virginia Region II Class AAA title in 10.60 seconds.

The performance was recorded by fully automatic timing.

Olympic gold medalist and former Oakland Raider James Jett, a Jefferson graduate, set the previous Tri-State mark of 10.62 in 1989.

Brown won four gold medals at states as a junior. The West Virginia state-meet record in the 100 is 10.59, set in 2000 by Capital High's Derrick Johnson.

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