Area roundup

June 01, 2008


HCC's Johnson named to all-tournament team

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Hagerstown Community College won two awards at the NJCAA Division I World Series.

Charles Johnson was one of four outfielders named to the all-tournament team. He went 6-for-14 in four games with one homer and five RBI.

As a team, the Hawks won the Homa Thomas Sportsmanship Award.

Grayson County beat Shelton State 13-2 in Friday's championship game.


Grier makes cut

LAKE GENEVA, Wis. -- After a horrid opening-round 80 on Friday, Hagerstown's Ashley Grier recovered with a 1-over-par 73 to survive the cut in the DURAMED Futures Aurora Health Care Championship on Saturday.

Grier had a 2-under 34 on the back nine that kept her alive and is 13 shots behind the leader, Mindy Kim of Diamond Bard, Calif. heding into the final round.



Shepherd Jr. Tennis League

The Shepherd Junior Tennis League, for ages 8 to 18, will begin its eight-week season on June 17.

The league will meet for instruction on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. and for match play on Wednesdays at 6 p.m.

Instructors are Shepherd University tennis coach Chris Stambaugh and members of the Shepherd tennis team.  Each participant receives a T-shirt. Cost is $80. To sign up, call 304-876-5466.


Clear Spring Minor League

Clear Spring Pharmacy 4, Bragunier Masonry 3

Pharmacy: Curtis Zellers, Michael Yost, Kenny House 2 hits each.

Bragunier: Jaret Lazich 2 hits.

Federal Little League

Exchange 4, Rotary 2

Exchange: Dalton Jobe 2 hits; Andrew Yacyk HR; Jaustin Smith, Yacyk, Michael Brechbill combined 2-hitter.

Funkstown 14, Red Men 10

Funkstown: Stevie St. Clair 3 hits, HR; Bobby Plume 2 HRs.

Red Men: Jordan Kelly 3 hits, 2 HRs; Josh Moats 2 HRs.

Halfway Minor League

FOP 10, Hopewell 5

FOP: Joey Wolfensberger, Michael McCook, Jace Burgan, Jeremiah Rodriguez 2 hits each; Riley Wolfensberger and Jordan Purdham combined 11 Ks.

Hopewell: John Bennett 2 hits.

National Little League

Funkstown 11, AMVETS 6

Funkstown: Jeff Bennett 12 Ks.

AMVETS: Gary Robinson 2 hits.

West End Little League

Stags 25, Coca-Cola 18

Stags: Austin Nave grand slam, HR; Carlos Terres 4 hits, HR.

Coca-Cola: James Silvous, Trevor Fritts 5 hits each.


Washington County Girls Elementary Division

Debbie's Soft Serve 4, Greenlawn Cemetary 2

Debbie's: Madison Bachtell and Kayla Huntzberry, combined 1-hitter, 13 Ks.


Mid-Maryland U10

Clear Spring 1, Boonsboro 0

Clear Spring: Brandon Blair goal; Wyatt Harnish 4 saves.

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