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May 25, 2008


Troutman wins first time

Richard Troutman, of Hyndman, Md., drove to his first-ever victory at Hagerstown Speedway on Saturday when he captured the 13th Richard 'Boney' Bonebrake Tribute in the Cindy Rowe Auto Glass late models.

Troutman beat out 2002 winner Nathan Durboraw.

Darrin Younker, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., won the Ernie's Salvage Yard 15-lap event twice, including a race postponed from May 3.

Kyle Lear, of Severn, Md., captured the 20-lap Hoosier Tire late model.


Hagerstown PONY League

Red Men 8, Goodwill 7

Red Men: Dustin Gregory GW RBI; Troy arbaugh 2 hits 3 RBI.

Goodwill: Tyler Shank 2 RBI; Brandon Stride 8 Ks.

Jeter Paving 13, F.O.P. 3


Jeter: Aaron Jones HR; Brett Barr 3 RBI; Brad Spichler 3 RBI.

F.O.P.: Ryan Robinson 2 RBI.

Washington Co. Girls Softball

Battery One 26

Hopewell Mfg. 14

Battery: Courtney Synder 4 hits; Emily Folk 3 hits.

National Little League

Crampton 7, Funkstown 0

Crampton: Josh Miller 15 K's 1 hitter, 2 hits, Ian Armstrong, Brandon Gooden 2 hits

Maugansville Little League

Home Care Pharmacy 11

Ruritan 9

Home Care: Logan Kauffman 3 Runs; Taylor Shank 2B, 3 Runs; John Britton 11 K's.

Ruritan: Logan Beal 2 Hits, HR, 3 RBI: Trent Sauble, Jake Clemmer 2 Hits, 2B each; Justin Sauble 6 K's.

Burkholders 9, Maugans Oil 3

Burholders: Derek Herbert 4 hits, HR; Chris Resh 3 hits; Matt Breakall, Kyle Moir and Cody Carlin 2 hits each.

Maugans Oil: Cory Staubs 2 hits, Mason Crawford HR.

Burkholders 9, Brewers 0

Burkholders: Derek Herbert 3 hits, HR; Chris Resh, Matt Breakall and Garrett Colbert 2 hits each.

Williamsport Senior League

Mr. Naturals 9, Valley 7

Mr. Naturals: Josh Smith 3 hits; Koty Hann 2 hits 3 RBI; Breenen Deener 2 hits 8 Ks.

Conococheague Minor

RJ Mason Constriction 14

M&T Bank 13

RJ Mason: Mark Koontz 3 hits; Jaustin Itnyre, Dalton Blundell, Tyler Rice 2 hits each.

M&T Bank: A.J. Greene, Bryan Bowers 4 hits each; Dylan Kaiser, Jarred Clopper 3 hits each; Harley Mills, Garret Greenlee 2 hits each.

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