Area Roundup -- Jamison leads Eastern Kentucky

March 29, 2009


RICHMOND, Ky. -- A.J. Jamison, The Herald-Mail Hitter of the Year in 2008, starred for Eastern Kentucky in the Colonels' 25-6 win over Morehead State on Sunday.

Jamison went 3-for-6 with six RBIs and scored three runs. He had a three-run homer, a solo shot, a run-scoring single and a sacrifice fly. He is batting .294 with three homers and 12 RBIs for the season.


St. James 11, St. Andrew's 9

POTOMAC, Md. -- Caroline Salisbury and Jina Hontz each scored three goals to lead St. James to the victory Saturday.

Courtney Peterson had two goals and an assist for the Saints (2-1), while Mary Bacon had a goal and an assist, Rachel Herrera and Anna Morrow each had a goal and Sarah Gosling had 14 saves.



Dragons win region title

BOYDS, Md. -- The Hagerstown Synergy Dragons 17-and-under girls volleyball team won the Silver Division of the CHRVA region championships on Saturday, topping a 10-team field.

Team members include Megan Plume, Hannah House, Ashley Park-Brouse, Emily Lutz, Jenny Fisher, Paige Kitchen, Anna Wade and Corrina Ricker.


Next Level goes 1-2

BALTIMORE -- The Next Level Elite 17u AAU team went 1-2 in the Charm City Shootout Saturday and Sunday.

In a 70-69 double overtime win over the Frederick Rim Rockers, Cody Englehart of Clear Spring scored 17 points and Joe Mattei of North Hagerstown scored 13.

In a 56-50 loss to the Philadelphia All-Stars, Mattei had 12 points. In a 61-42 loss to HCYO of Ellicott City, Jason Kendall, of Smithsburg, had 12 points and Englehart scored 10.


Shepherd 17-10, Concord 0-2

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Freshman Erica Snoddy tossed a perfect game in the opener of a doubleheader to lead Shepherd University past Concord in WVIAC action on Sunday.

Snoddy picked up her first win of the season with 10 strikeouts as Shepherd (10-9, 6-2) broke loose for 10 runs on eight hits in the first inning.

Former Musselman standout Courtni Williams had two hits and scored three runs.

Snoddy also came in on relief in the second game to pick up the win. Snoddy also had two hits in the nightcap along with Delaney Bell.

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