Area Roundup

April 07, 2008


Hagerstown Community College swept a doubleheader with visiting Corning (N.Y.) Community College on Sunday to improve to 12-0 this season.

HCC won the first game 10-2 and the second game 9-6.

Megan Holmes had two hits and three RBIs, Kayla Martin had two hits and two RBIs and Samantha Koehl (6-0) pitched a complete game with 10 strikeouts in the opener for the Hawks.

Holmes (4-0) went the distance and struck out six in the nightcap, while Faline Brown had three hits and two RBIs and Jess Patey had two hits and an RBI in the win.

Wheeling Jesuit 3-7, Shepherd 0-8

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Shepherd University pitcher Kristie Hurman helped out her cause by hitting a two-out, three-run double in the bottom of the seventh inning to cap a six-run rally and lift the Rams over Wheeling Jesuit in the nightcap for a WVIAC doubleheader split.


Hurman (3-3) allowed only one run in five innings of relief for Shepherd (14-16, 6-4).


HCC splits doubleheader

Kyle Chronister threw a three-hitter, allowing only an unearned run in the first inning, as Hagerstown Community College beat Alfred State 11-1 in six innings in the first game of a doubleheader.

Matt Greene, Jacob Darr and Charles Johnson each had three hits for the Hawks and Darr drove in two runs. Roland Thiele and Zach Smith each had two hits.

In the second game, José Foster turned the tables on HCC, holding the Hawks to two hits while striking out 11 in a 5-0 win by Alfred State.

Greene and Darr had the only hits for HCC (18-10-1).

Shepherd 2-7, Fairmont State 1-2

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Dirk Webb singled and scored the winning run in the fifth inning of the first game and went 2-for-3 with two RBIs in the nightcap as Shepherd swept Fairmont State (9-23).

Justin Dailey went 2-for-3 in the first game for the Rams, while Matt McCarty went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and Nick Demus went 2-for-4 with a solo homer in the second game for Shepherd (17-14).


Girls U-19

Hagerstown Freedom 87 7, Croftun Crush 2

Hagerstown: Lauren McVicker 3 goals; Hannah Barton 2 goals, assist; Caroline Kreiger, Molly Mittel goal each; Morgan Young two assists; Carlie Colella assist.

Frederick County League

Division 1 U-14 Boys

Clear Spring Blazers 2, Boonsboro Spartans 1

Clear Spring: Michael Snyder, Trey Weaver goal each; Spencer Hawbaker assist.


Conococheague Little League

Red Men 10, Post 202 5

Red Men: Caleb Buchman 2 hits; Jordan Stonebreaker, Brandon Iseminger HR each.

Post 202: Trey French: 3 hits.

Clear Spring Little League

Jason Hose-MacIntosh Realty 16, Cozzoli Studios 0

Hose: Nick Lewis 3 hits; Riley Lazich 2 hits; Hunter Fidler, Lazich, Lewis combined no-hitter.

Clear Spring Minor League

Weaver Paving A's 13, Myers Building Systems Astros 12

A's: Josh Lee, Ben Weller 3 hits each; Chelsey Weller, Sean Little 2 hits each.

Astros: Eric Broadwater, Josh Colliflower 3 hits each; Paul Siebert, Austin Martin, Garrett Embley 2 hits each.

Hancock Little League

Mr. Hardware Nationals 12, Ram Enterprise Pirates 0

Nationals: Chad Gordan no-hitter, 6 Ks; Tanner Mannings 2 hits, HR; Jordan Clingerman 2 hits.

Close Insurance Red Sox 9, Home Center Yankees 8


Deese returns to victory lane

Roy Deese Jr., a five-time Hagerstown Speedway late model champion, won his first Cindy Rowe Auto Glass feature in nearly three years Saturday, making a bid toward No. 6 in the season-opening points event.

Deese, of Laurel, Md., started outside pole in the four-car inverted start and beat pole sitter Gary Stuhler into Turn 1. Stuhler stayed close but mounted a serious challenge as Deese took the win by .47 seconds. 

Richard Walls, of St. Thomas, Pa., is atop the Hoosier Tire Mid Atlantic points standings after his win Saturday. Walls began from the pole in the six-car inversion and battled the entire distance with 16-year-old Dylan Yoder, whose father, Jim Yoder, claimed his first Hagerstown win the previous week. Walls eventually beat Yoder by one length for his 25th career victory.

Dale Hollidge took the initial Ernie's Salvage Yard pure stock points lead with a .25-second victory over Hans Stamberg. Hollidge led all the way from the outside in a three-car inversion.

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