Local Roundup

July 01, 2007

Conococheague rolls past Federal

Ryan Arnone tossed a no-hitter and struck out four over four innings and Conococheague rolled past Federal, 10-0, on Saturday in the Maryland District 1 9-10 All-Star Tournament losers' bracket.

Conococheague scored single runs in each of the first two innings and then exploded for eight runs in the third, leading off with Wyatt Scriver's solo home run. Scriever, Colby Byers, J.J. Cooper and Jordan Stonebraker each had two hits for Conococheague.

Hancock 13, Sharpsburg 4

Darren Lashley led Hancock with three hits and Tristan Douglas picked up the win with eight strikeouts. Douglas and Bradley Younker each had two hits for Hancock, playing its fifth game in five days.

Ashton Binkley and Dylan Coulter each had a pair of hits for Sharpsburg.

Concococheague plays at Hancock on Monday.

Senior Division All-Stars

Conococheague 12, South Mountain 8

Conococheague: Derreck Harrell, Adam Taylor HR each; Corey Golden 3 hits; Mark Roher, Justin Hott, Derreck Monroe 2 hits each.


South Mountain: Zack Demers, David Lewis 2 hits each.

Maugansville 8, Clear Spring 7

Maugansville: Colby Fisher, Chase Worthington 3 hits each; Justin Mills 2 hits.

Clear Spring: Brad Jordan 3 hits; Cory Horton, Mike Miller 2 hits each.

Junior Division All-Stars

Maugansville 12, Hancock 1

Maugansville: Ryan Cooper, Christian Brockway, Zach Koontz, Micah Christensen 2 hits each; Cooper 3-hitter, 9 Ks.


FitzGerald 11th at Senior Games

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Mike FitzGerald, 52, of Hagerstown, placed 11th overall in the 5,000-meter run in 18:33 at the National Senior Olympics.


Baltimore Metro 19-U

Maryland Royals 12, Randallstown Red Wings 6

Royals: John Kehr WP; Tim Leather 3 hits; Tim Hamilton, Aaron Mills, Brandon McLaughlin, Brandon Piper, 2 hits each;

Maryland Royals 19, Randallstown Red Wings 7

Royals: Spencer Cromer WP; Tim Leather, Aaron Mills 3 hits each; Tim Hamilton, Brandon McLaughlin 2 hits each.



John Grove recorded his first hole-in-one when he aced the 125-yard eighth hole at Beaver Creek Country Club with a 9-iron. His playing partners were Jeff Flory and Terry Wilkins.


Kiwanis Klassic

The Kiwanis Klassic Golf Tournament, set for Aug. 15 at Beaver Creek Country Club, still has openings for the 1 p.m. shotgun start. The tournament is a two-man scramble and prizes will be paid in four flights. A meal will follow. Cost is $150 per two-man team. Interested players can contact John Roney at (240) 420-8923.

Taylor Foundation

The Drew Michael Taylor Foundation will hold its tournament on Aug. 6 at Eagles Crossing Golf Course in Carlisle, Pa. It will be a four-person scramble tournament beginning at 8:30 a.m. Cost is $60 per player, which includes lunch, beverages and prizes. Contact Shawn Shreffler at 717-264-3734.

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