Hagerstown PONYs get pair of wins

July 28, 2007


BOARDMAN, Ohio - Hagerstown won both its games Friday at the PONY West Region East Zone Tournament, defeating East Liverpool, 9-0 and following it up with a 12-5 victory over Tri-T Trumbull.

In the first game, Corey Carpenter and Aaron Schroyer combined to pitch a two-hit shutout, striking out 11. Zach Sauble, Zach Webber and Brian Lesher combined to give up just three hits in the second game with 11 strikeouts.

Hagerstown will play today in the winners' bracket final at 12:30 p.m.

Thomas Evans Tournament

National 10, Clear Spring 5

National: Keith Johnson HR; Dylan Appel 2 hits.

Note: Teams will play again in championship game today at 6 p.m.

Wash. Co. Girls Softball Tournament

Aladdin Awards 18, Dutch's Equipment 11

Aladdin: Jodi Sneckenberger 4 hits, 4 RBIs; Bri Hammond 3 hits, HR, 2 RBIs; Stephanie Schubel, Megan Sneckenberger 3 hits each; Devin Griffin 2 hits, HR, 2 RBIs; Sarah Mertz, Katie Forsythe 2 hits each.


Dutch's: Brooke Holder 3 hits, 3 RBIs; Courtney Alves 3 hits, HR, 2 RBIs; Sarah Angle 3 hits; Jess Bowers, Katie Marshall, Courtney Long 2 hits each.


NABF World Series

17U High School Division

Williamsport Senators 11, Lenoir City (Tenn.) 7

Senators: Seth Poffenberger 3 hits; Jason Hammond, Adam Plume 2 hits each; Adam Chambers 5-hitter.

Toronto 14, Williamsport Senators 0


Ace recorded

Ed Rachor recorded his first hole-in-one at Beaver Creek Country Club on the 135-yard eighth hole from the green tees with a 4-iron. He was playing with Charlie Hawkins, Larry Ambrose and Buddy Keyser.


Little League fall ball

For any Little Leagues interested in participating in the upcoming Fall Ball League, contact Halfway Little League's Dave Barr at 301-665-3788 or 301-331-3664.

Lopez Rams' softball coach

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd University director of athletics Karl Wolf announced that Leslie Lopez has been named head softball coach.

Lopez comes to Shepherd after serving as an assistant at Slippery Rock University for the past two years.

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