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Area Roundup

June 22, 2008

LEGION BASEBALL



MOUNT AIRY, Md. -- Cody Nelling had three hits and an RBI as Funkstown beat Mount Airy 8-4 in the second game of their Western Maryland District doubleheader Saturday. Mount Airy won the first game, 10-1.

Raymond Rosario hit a two-run homer, Brandon Knight had two hits and an RBI and Steven Cromer pitched a complete game with five strikeouts in the win for Funkstown (5-4, 4-3).

Jeremy Barron had two hits and drove in Funkstown's lone run in the first game.

SUNBELT CLASSIC



Maryland 4, Oklahoma 3

NORMAN, Okla. -- Josh Constable struck out three in two innings of relief and earned the victory as Team Maryland defeated Team Oklahoma to finish in a tie for fourth place with a 4-4 record.

Brady Wilson of Frederick went 2-for-4 and scored two runs for Team Maryland.

YOUTH BASEBALL



American Little League

Eagles 9 Funkstown 1

Eagles: Che Swayne 3 hits; Lane Hessong 2 hits; Elijah Stubbs 2 hits, 11 Ks.

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Baltimore Metro

Baltimore Buzz 6, Maryland Royals 5

Royals: Joey Miller 2 hits.

Maryland Royals 8, Baltimore Buzz 3

Royals: Tim Hamilton, Josh Kehr, Joey Miller 2 hits each; Tim Leather complete game.

Hagerstown PONY League

Firefighters 8, FOP 7

Firefighters: Dylan Ianaro 11 Ks, HR; Charles Cvijanovich HR, 2 RBIs.

FOP: Brent Mentzer HR; Blake Miller 2 RBIs; Brandon Greene, Matt Daley 2 hits each.

Eagles 11, Firefighters 3

Eagles: Aaron Stoner 2-hitter, 12 Ks; Aaron Dinterman HR, 4 RBIs; Josh Grim 2 RBIs; Brandon Hess 2 hits, 2 RBIs.

Firefighters: Charles Cvijanovich 2 RBIs.

Susquehanna Bank 17, UAW 5

Susquehanna: Ronnie Embly 5 Ks; Seth Hall 2 hits, 4 RBIs; C.J. Elwood 3 hits, 2 RBIs; Robbie Vinson 2 RBIs; Logan Appel 2 hits; Cordell Davis 2 RBIs.

Halfway Minor League

Hagerstown Canteen 13, Sam's Club 0

Canteen: Camryn Keller 7 Ks.

Hagerstown Canteen 16, Sam's Club 12

Canteen: Camryn Keller 4 hits; Shaun Loar 3 hits; Tre Davis, Cody Boward 2 hits each.

Sam's Club: Ronald Malone, Issayah Foisnten combined 12 Ks.

Maugansville Little League

Burkholder's Floor Covering 9, Ruritan 8

Burkholder's: Matt Breakall 3 hits, 3 runs; Derek Herbert 2 hits, grand slam, 6 RBIs, 8 Ks, Chris Resh 2 hits.

Ruritan: Logan Beal 3 hits, 3 RBIs, 5 Ks; Justin Sauble, 2 hits, HR, 2 RBIs, 2 runs; Trent Sauble 3 hits, 2 RBIs, 5 Ks; Brendon Burkholder 2 hits, 2 RBIs.

Maugansville Minor League

St. Lawrence Cement 16, Allegheny Glass 15

St. Lawrence: Joshua Miller 3 hits, grand slam; Luke Pompiel 2 hits.

Allegheny: Bailey Goodman, Tanner Shay 2 hits each.

YOUTH SOFTBALL



Thunder win another tourney

CUMBERLAND, Md. -- The Tri-State Thunder 16U Silver team improved to 39-2-1 while winning the recent Cumberland Heat Invitational ASA 16U Qualifier Tournament

The Thunder went undefeated in pool play, outscoring their opponents 14-6, to earn the No. 1 seed entering bracket play.  The Thunder defeated the Forest Hills (Pa.) Wildcats 2-1 in the semifinals and beat the Westminster (Md.) Rockets 7-2 in the championship game.

PREP TRACK & FIELD



Spence wins national title

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Neely Spence of Shippensburg, Pa., won the girls 2-mile run at Nike Outdoor Nationals on Friday night in 10:20.77.

She defeated each of the last two Foot Locker Cross Country national champions in the race.

Spence, who competes for Hagerstown's Cumberland Valley Athletic Club, will be a freshman at Shippensburg University this fall.

Waynesboro's Terrell Rickard placed seventh in the boys high jump at 6 feet, 7 inches Saturday.

YOUTH TRACK



Heat runners win titles

ONA, W.Va. -- Taylor Poling and Brittany Pollard, both competing for the Heat Youth Track Club of Berkeley County, won titles in the girls 13-14 age division at the Hershey's Track & Field West Virginia state meet.

Poling won the 800-meter run in 2:45.0 and Pollard won the 1,600 in 5:39.0.

Also for the Heat, Ashley Warfield was girls 13-14 runner-up in the 200 (31.0) and she teamed with Elizabeth Clever, Poling and Pollard to take second in the 4x100 relay (1:01.0).

The Heat's Meghan Losh was second in the 11-12 girls 400 in 1:13.2.

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