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Area roundup

May 24, 2008

COLLEGE GOLF



Hudlow finishes with 83

GOODYEAR, Ariz. -- Hagerstown Community College freshman Caleb Hudlow shot an 11-over-par 83 in the final round of the NJCAA Division II Nationals on Friday at Palm Valley Golf Course.

Hudlow shot rounds of 82, 98 and 85 in the first three rounds and finished the tournament at 60-over 348.

YOUTH BASEBALL



American Little League 

Elks 14, FOP 3

Elks: Eli Boykins, Anthony Morton 3 hits each; Jorge Rios 2 hits, Ryan Fraley 9 Ks.

Clear Spring Little League

Divelbiss Excavating Orioles 13, Cozolli Studios Cubs 3

Orioles: Collin Schultz 3 hits; Spencer Schultz, Jacob Irwin 2 hits each.

Conococheague Little League

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Red Men 5, Post 202 0

Red Men: Jordan Stonebraker 2 hits, Zack Hopkins grand slam.

Tony's Pizza 16, Broad Run 8

Tony Pizza: Brandon Toloso 3 hits; Tristan Baker, Tyler Martin, Austin Golden, Clay Seibert, Caroline Strite 2 hits each.

Broad Run: Ethan Moats 2 hits, Jacob Ford 3 hits, HR.

Hagerstown PONY League

Jeter 10, Goodwill 0

Jeter: Brett Barr, Zach Lucas, Cole Myers 2 hits each; Myers 3-hitter.

Firefighters 6, Red Men 5

Firefighters: Dylan Ianaro 9 Ks.

Red Men: Ryan Hartsock 5 Ks; Derek Black, Jake Bachtell HR each.

Halfway Little League

Valley Storage 12, Gehr 7

Valley Storage: Jeremiah Yonker, Matt Clopper 3 hits each; Kenny Mack, Zach Barr, Patrick Hart 2 hits each.

Gehr: Austin Loar 2 hits.

Halfway Minor League

Virginia Ave. Shell 14, Hopewell Sheet Metal 10

Virginia Ave. Shell: Todd Feuerstein 3 hits; John Davies, Tate Hopkins, Toddie Stocks 2 hits each.

Hopewell Sheet Metal: John Bennett 2 hits.

Hancock Little League

Pirates 11, Tigers 5

Pirates: Tanner Faith 3 hits, 2 HRs; Rashaan Shives 2 hits;

Tigers: Timmy Arnold 2 hits.

Maugansville Minor League

Cumberland Valley 8, St. Lawrence Cement 6

Cumberland Valley: C.J. Jennings, Seth Poffenberger 2 hits each. 

St. Lawrence: Ben Gazzola 2 hits.

National Minor League

Aladdin Awards 11, Western Maryland Sportsmen 6

Aladdin: Shawn Vinson 4 hits, HR; Dustin Worton, Devon King, Aaron King 3 hits each.

Western Maryland: Marcus Manners 2 hits.

Sharpsburg Little League

Chase Construction 14, Lions Club 3

Chase: Luke Harsh 3 hits; Brad Enfield, Zayne Blickenstaff, Dylan Coulter, Matt Nolan 2 hits each.

Sharpsburg Minor League

C&C Construction 11, Red Byrd 7

Red Byrd: Kelton Brown, Max Crist 2 hits each; Ryan Crook 5 Ks.

South Mountain Little League

Post 10 6, Thompson's 5

Post 10: Austin Dean, Colin Dove 2 hits each; Nick Seabright HR, 2 RBIs.

Thompson's: Clayton Myers 2 hits.

Valley Little League

Norm Scott 4, Holcim 3

Norm Scott: Bryan Tracey 2 hits

Holcim: Brandon Butrick HR; Tony Rostek 2 hits.

West End Little League

AFL-CIO 8, Western Enterprise 7

AFL-CIO: David Moser 2 hits.

Western Enterprise: Airin Martin HR.

West End Minor League

Martin's 11, Hopewell Sheet Metal 2

Martin's: Coby Metz, Noah Ryan 2 hits each.

Hope Bridge Church 14, Western Enterprise 6

Hope Bridge: Skyler Turner, Mizayah Norris, Brian Rowland 2 hits each.

Western: Tim Cosley 2 hits.

YOUTH SOFTBALL



Washington County Girls

Middle School Division

Artz Trucking 14, Hott & Scott 2

Artz: Lisa Artz 3 hits; Morgan Purdham HR; Artz, Purdham combined for 1-hitter, 11 Ks.

Dave Bee's Pest Control 20, Jerry's Sporting Goods 6

Dave Bee's: Sarah Elwood 2 hits, grand slam; Sarah Blickenstaff 3 hits; Jessica Martin, Brooke Ayers, Cassidy Garner 2 hits each.

GOLF



Hole-in-one

Using a 9-iron, Brennen Przywieczerski made an ace on the 105-yard 15th hole at Yingling's Golf Center on Friday. Brandon Knight, Matt Rummel and Joey Miller witnessed the feat.

BRIEF



Registration for girls softball league

The Washington County Girls Softball League will hold registration for its high school division next Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kemps Mill Park in Williamsport. Registration is $70, with $30 refunded if player participates in the league's fundraiser. For information, call 301-582-9481 at the times listed or 301-223-9078.

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