Area Roundup

July 01, 2006


District 1 Junior All-Star Tournament

Derek Younker had three hits, two RBI and three stolen bases as Hancock ran away from host Valley on Friday night.

Hancock stole 10 bases and took advantage of five Valley errors in its 11-5 victory.

Hancock was running right out of the gate, scoring four runs in the top of the first inning to take the lead for good. The big hits were Justin Berkstresser's RBI double and Nick Harvey's RBI single.

Hancock increased its lead to 7-0 in the second inning.

Stephen Starliper, Lucas Trunkle and Berkstresser each finished with two hits for Hancock.

- ZACH PETERS/Staff Correspondent

Maugansville 6, South Mountain 5

Maugansville: Justin Mills 2 hits, 7 Ks; Korey Walker GW RBI.

South Mountain: Tyler Itnyre 9 Ks.


Hancock 11, Valley 5

District 1 9-10 All-Star Tournament

Federal 7, Maugansville 5

Federal: Zane Schreiber 3 hits; Mark Grunberg 2 hits.

Maugansville: Taylor Shank 3 hits.

West End 12, Oakland 10

West End: Colby Johnson 2 hits, HR; David Moser 2 hits.

Oakland: Scott Cooper 3 hits; Zack Armstrong 2 hits.


Shepherd adds five to Hall of Fame

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - The Shepherd University Athletic Hall of Fame will induct five new members this fall when the annual induction banquet takes place on Sept. 29 as part of Hall of Fame Weekend. The quintet will also be honored prior to kickoff of the Shepherd-Fairmont State football game on Sept. 30.

Damian Beane (football), Elizabeth Blose (women's basketball coach), Pat Dorsey (football, tennis), Mike Jacobs (coach/administrator) and Al Swick (baseball, basketball) will be the 21st class to be inducted, bringing the total number of members in the Shepherd Athletic Hall of Fame to 103.

Beane, of Shepherdstown, was a four-year standout running back for the Rams from 1996 to 1999 and a three-time All-American.

Blose, of Asheville, N.C., recorded a 114-77 record during her seven-year career at Shepherd from 1995 to 2002.

The late Dorsey led the football team with seven interceptions in 1975 and added five more in 1976. He gained All-Conference tennis honors in 1977.

Jacobs, of Shepherdstown, served as a coach/administrator at Shepherd in a career that spanned over four decades.

Swick, of Bloomery, W.Va., was a three-year standout on the men's basketball team and two-year star on the baseball squad. He graduated in 1950.

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