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Area Roundup -- HCC baseball team opens with split

February 27, 2009

COLLEGE BASEBALL



SHALLOTTE, N.C. -- Matt Greene hit a grand slam in the first game of Hagerstown's season-opening doubleheader split with Brunswick Community College on Thursday. The Hawks won 9-5 in the first game, but suffered a 9-1 defeat in the nightcap.

Taylor Sidler had three hits, including a two-run homer in the opener, while John Barrett added three hits and Neil Callahan had two hits while driving in a pair for HCC (1-1). Starting pitcher Spencer Cromer picked up the win.

The Hawks were held to just three hits in the second game against Brunswick (8-3).

HCC 9, Brunswick 5
HCC 042 100 2 -- 9 10 2
Brunswick 012 100 1 -- 5 7 2

Cromer, Hayes (6), Byram (7) and Everhart. Williamson, Everitte (3), Walker (7) and Terry. WP -- Cromer (1-0). LP -- Williamson. HR -- H: Greene (2nd, three on), Sidler (3rd, one on).

Brunswick 9, HCC 1
HCC 000 001 0 -- 1 3 3
Brunswick 112 230 x -- 9 7 2

Briggs, Haupt (5), Fisher (5), Hoffman (6) and Cook, Marcucci (6). Jackson, Bullard (5), Carr (7) and Smelton. WP -- Jackson. LP -- Briggs (0-1). HR -- B: Easton (1st, none on), Smelton (2nd, none on).

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YOUTH BASKETBALL



Clear Spring Youth League

Elementary Division

Wizards 40, Celtics 17

Wizards: Paul Alexander 15, Wesley Ambrose 12, Colton Aaron 5, Travis Capazuto 4, Rider Mills 2, Amanda McPherson 2.

Celtics: Logan Speak 4, Jared Barnes 11, Stone Wertz 2.

Bobcats 20, Lakers 15

Bobcats: Shawn Kinna 2, Jacob Lee 5, Wyatt Harnish 5, Joe Ernst 4, Andy Henson 4.

Lakers: Travis Commer 4, Henry Eby 6, Caleb Leggett 2, Jaret Lazich 3.

YOUTH VOLLEYBALL



Tri-State AIA results

The 12U Frogs hosted the Mizuno 13's Early Bird Tournament and finished 3-5. They were led by Payton Belella (14 aces, 12 assists), Brittany Horchner (8 aces, 4 digs), DeAnne Dickerson (4 kills, 5 aces), Cierra Stoner (6 aces), Jessica Sensenbough (4 kills, 3 aces) and Taylor Williams (5 kills).

The 17U Eagles, finished 30th out of 68 teams at Capitol Hill Classic with a 7-12 record. They were led by Nikki Seifert (41 kills, 14 aces, 10 blocks, 17 digs), Lauren Schoelen (28 kills, 8 blocks), Rebecca Adams (13 kills, 9 aces, 65 assists) and Danielle DuBois (17 kills, 133 digs).

The 16U Revelation hosted the February Freedom Tournament and finished 5-3 record. They were led by Sara Rishell (43 kills), Mattie Smith (24 kills), Danielle Beaver (13 kills, 16 digs), Taylor Belella (66 assists) and Megan Micco (14 assists, 21 digs).

The Revelation won the KRVA Mixed 16's Tournament with an 11-1 record. They were led by Sara Rishell (38 kills), Katie Sprecher (27 kills, 9 aces, 19 digs), Mattie Smith (24 kills), Danielle Hudson (10 kills, 13 aces, 15 digs), Taylor Belella (84 assists, 27 digs) and Megan Micco (16 assists, 43 digs).

BRIEFS



Suns to host national anthem tryouts on March 21

The Hagerstown Suns and 104.7 FM WAYZ will conduct open tryouts for singers and musicians interested in performing the national anthem at Municipal Stadium during the 2009 season.

Auditions will take place March 21 at Municipal Stadium with registration starting at 11 a.m. and auditions at 11:30 a.m. Performers must be at least 5 years of age and those under 18 must have a parent or guardian present to sign a registration form prior to the tryout. Tryouts will be on a first-come, first-served basis, and approximately fifty performers will be chosen to perform the anthem before a Suns game this season.

HCC soccer fundraiser

Brian Eichelberger, head men's soccer coach at Hagerstown Community College, is holding a high school girls futsal tournament to raise funds for the HCC men's soccer program. The tournament will take place April 18 at the HCC ARCC, and the cost is $200 per team. For information, contact Eichelberger at SCR4@aol.com.

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