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Preps Area Roundup -- Leopards get season-opening victory

March 21, 2009

PREP BASEBALL



Smithsburg 3, Catoctin 1

THURMONT, Md. -- Smithsburg used late clutch hitting to pull out a season-opening MVAL Antietam Conference victory over Catoctin.

Down 1-0, the Leopards rallied for two runs in the top of the fifth as Josh Conway singled, Kyle Orndorff walked and Jack Schwartz delivered a two-out, two-run single.

The Leopards added an insurance run in the sixth on an RBI single by Jay Shafer to score Ryan Willard, who had three hits.

Conway picked up the win with five innings of four-hit ball, striking out nine. Shafer picked up a save with two innings of relief, striking out three.

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Shafer and Orndorff each had two hits.

Smithsburg 3, Catoctin 1
Smithsburg 000 021 0 -- 3 9 1
Catoctin 001 000 0 -- 1 5 0

Conway, Shafer (6) and Gouff. Albright, Smith (6) and Healy. WP -- Conway (1-0). LP -- Albright (0-1). SV -- Shafer (1).

Waynesboro 13, Carlisle 0

CARLISLE, Pa. -- Jonathan Blubaugh had three hits and drove in three while Greg Wade threw a complete-game two-hitter to lead Waynesboro in its five-inning rout of Carlisle to open the season.

Patrick Howe and Jason Staubs added two hits and three RBIs apiece for the Indians (1-0), while Aaron Beck had two hits and two RBIs and Cody Bumbaugh had two hits.

Waynesboro 13, Carlisle 0
Waynesboro 712 30 -- 13 13 2
Carlisle 000 00 -- 0 2 2

Wade and Bumbough. Harris, Blank (3), Leitzel (5) and McGowon. WP -- Wade (1-0). LP -- Harris.

Martinsburg 8, Wyoming Area (Pa.) 2

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- Zach Woolcook went 3-for-4 with two RBIs for Martinsburg, which didn't allow a hit to Wyoming Area until the sixth inning.

Zach Stolipher had two RBIs and Ryan Bennett and James Jordan both went 2-for-3 for the Bulldogs (1-0). Winning pitcher Brandon King went five innings and didn't allow a hit before being relieved.

Martinsburg 8, Wyoming Area 2
Wyoming 000 002 0 -- 2 2 2
Martinsburg 013 013 x -- 8 7 1

Mizzer, Bresnahan (5) and Harris. King, Weisenberg (6) and Jordan, Hovermale (7). WP -- King (1-0). LP -- Mizzer.

Jefferson 11, Hedgesville 8

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. -- Bryan Milburn hit a three-run homer in the sixth inning for Jefferson, which opened its season with a home win against Hedgesville.

Will Corley and Trevor Poe had two hits apiece for the Cougars (1-0).

Jefferson 11, Hedgesville 8
Hedgesville 230 003 0 -- 8 9 6
Jefferson 006 311 x -- 11 10 3

Snyder, Keefer (4), Chenowich (6) and Ferrari, Eversole (6). Payne, Burlett (2), Everton (7) and Moreland. WP -- Burlett (1-0). LP -- Snyder. HR -- Milburn (6th, two on).

PREP SOFTBALL



Berkeley Springs 10-14, Washington 0-1

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Katie Kesecker dominated Washington (1-2) on the mound in Berkeley Springs' doubleheader sweep, hurling a no-hitter with eight strikeouts in Game 1 and following with a complete-game four-hitter and nine strikeouts in the nightcap.

Alyssa Spielman had two hits and scored three runs while Kesecker drove in a pair in the first game for Berkeley Springs.

Chelsea Hessler drove in three runs with a bases-clearing triple for the Indians (2-0) in Game 2 while Spielman added two hits and two RBIs.

Berkeley Springs 10, Washington 0
Washington 000 000 -- 0 0 1
Berk. Springs 430 003 -- 10 6 1

Burch and Mayville. Kesecker and Hessler. WP -- Kesecker (1-0). LP -- Burch (0-1).

Berkeley Springs 14, Washington 1
Washington 010 00 -- 1 4 1
Berk. Springs 00(12) 2x -- 14 6 1

Elkins and Curry. Kesecker and Hessler. WP -- Kesecker (2-0). LP -- Elkins (0-1).Waynesboro 5, Carlisle 1

WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Taryn Ashway fired a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts and Dani Miller homered to lead Waynesboro past Carlisle in the season opener for both teams.

Miller and Meghan Decker each went 2-for-3 for the Maidens (1-0).

Waynesboro 5, Carlisle 1
Carlisle 001 000 0 -- 1 1 0
Waynesboro 100 022 x -- 5 8 0

Holsapple and Brown. Ashway and Decker. WP -- Ashway (1-0). LP -- Holsapple. HR -- W: Miller (5th, one on).

Goretti 12, MSD 1

Brenna Edmonds hit two home runs in the fifth inning -- including a game-ending grand slam -- to lift St. Maria Goretti to a victory over Maryland School for the Deaf.

Goretti (1-1) scored nine runs in the fifth to end the game by the mercy rule.

Winning pitcher Caroline Rosenthal had two hits and struck out nine in a one-hitter. Alex Penn also had two hits.

St. Maria Goretti 12, MSD 1
MSD 100 00 -- 1 1 1
Goretti 030 09 -- 12 7 1

Michelle and Taylor. Rosenthal and McCauley. WP -- Rosenthal (1-1). LP -- Michelle (0-1). HR -- SMG: Edmonds 2 (5th, one on; 5th, three on).

GIRLS SOCCER



Hershey 6, Greencastle 0

GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Caroline Brown and Lindsay McNeal each scored three goals for Hershey.

Krista Kelly recorded 14 saves in goal for Greencastle, which only attempted four shots.

JV: Hershey, 2-0.

Waynesboro 4, Shippensburg 0

WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Leann Sebald scored all four goals for Waynesboro (1-0). Molly Sanders, Erin Taylor and Katie Sandifer each recorded an assist and Camelia Montoy made four saves.

BOYS TENNIS



Saint James 6, Randolph-Macon 1

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