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Area Roundup - Heine, Jamison, Hash make All-District Team

July 16, 2007

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2007 Herald-Mail Player of the Year Cord Heine of Mercersburg Academy, Co-Washington County Player of the Year A.J. Jamison of Williamsport and All-Area First Team member Jonathan Hash of Jefferson were all named to the 2007 National High School Baseball Coaches Association All-District 2 Team.

District 2 includes players from Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey and the District of Columbia.

Heine, an outfielder, finished his senior season with a .575 average, 14 doubles, 13 home runs and 51 RBIs. He will play for the University of Massachusetts in 2008.

Jamison, a catcher, finished his junior season with a .541 average, eight doubles, five homers, 14 RBIs and nine steals.

Hash, a senior who pitched and played in the infield for the West Virginia Class AAA state champion Cougars, was selected to the team as an infielder. He hit .383 with 12 doubles, four homers and 34 RBIs. Hash will play for West Virginia University in 2008.

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YOUTH LEAGUES



Smithsburg Cal Ripken Abe Williams 11-12 Tournament

Smithsburg 14, North East 11

Smithsburg: John Buckley 4 hits; Dylan Blickenstaff, Jacob Chilcoat, Eddie Tiller, Cole Kline 3 hits each; Derek Gardenhour, Jacob Walters, Julia Wiles, Josh Constantino, Cameron Thomas 2 hits each.

North East: Luke Vandermulen HR; Chris Storkes 4 hits; Luke Luckenbaugh, Michael Arneson 3 hits each; Vandermulen, Ethan Rhoden, Ethan Branzell, Austin Jackson, Garrett Lowe 2 hits each.

Glade Valley 10

Frederick Hustlers 9

South Mountain Murphy Memorial 11-12 Tournament

American 6, Halfway 4

American: Zach Martin 2 hits.

Maugansville 16, National 15

Maugansville: Brandon Haupt HR.

National: Jeremy Strain HR.

Federal 10, Valley 4

Federal: Austin Holly, Adam Blenckstone 2 hits each.

Valley: Richie Rostek 2 hits.

South Mtn. 19, West End 16

South Mountain: Joe Minoglio 4 hits, Cody Bowman 3 hits.

West End: Joshua Shingleton 4 hits; Eddie Howlett 3 hits.

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