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Area roundup -- HCC beats Chesapeake

April 21, 2009

COLLEGE BASEBALL



WYE MILLS, Md. -- Zach Smith's two-run double highlighted a three-run second inning and Garrett Harrison pitched eight scoreless innings as Hagerstown Community College beat Chesapeake 4-1 on Tuesday.

Travis Sluger had two hits for the Hawks (32-12). Harrison struck out three.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL



Shepherd 1-3, Millersville 0-8

MILLERSVILLE, Pa. -- Shepherd University split a doubleheader on the road with Millersville (24-25) on Tuesday. The Rams won 1-0 in the opener, but fell 8-3 in the nightcap.

Tricia Bettura pitched a four-hit shutout with five strikeouts and no walks in Game 1 for Shepherd, while Cammie Orlandi tripled to score Nichole Pitcock for the only run of the game.

Bettura homered, Chelsie Oals went 3-for-3 and Amber Dudek added two hits for the Rams (20-17) in Game 2.

GYMNASTICS



Level 9 state championships

Three Washington County girls helped the Frederick Gymnastics Club win the Level 9 Junior Olympic Women's USA Gymnastics State Championship last month in Landover, Md.

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Faith Volkening of Boonsboro, a home schooled high school freshman, took first place on bars with an 8.425 and first on balance beam with a 9.35. She placed 2nd in the state All-Around with a score of 35.425.

Angie Goodwyn of Sharpsburg, a sophomore at Williamsport High School was first in the floor exercise with a 9.5. She placed second in vault with an 8.95 and fourth on bars. She was fourth in the All-Around with a score of 34.975.

Raven Jackson of Hagerstown, a freshman at North Hagerstown, was injured during her second event and couldn't finish the competition.

Both Goodwyn and Volkening will go on to the regional competition in Allentown, Pa.

YOUTH BASEBALL



Clear Spring Little League

Brethren Mutual Dodgers 11, Myers Building Systems Mets 1

Dodgers: Spencer Schultz 3 hits, 8 Ks; Aaron Schlotterbeck 2 hits.

Clear Spring Minor League

Advanced Electric D'backs 6, Clear Spring Pharmacy Tigers 4

Diamondbacks: Andrew Pottorff 2 hits.

Conococheague Little League

Broad Run 7, Post 202 0

Broad Run: Collin McVicker 2 hits; McVicker and Shawn Kinna combined 1-hitter, 9 Ks.

Halfway Little League

Gehr 17, Red Men 12

Gehr: Chase Eichelberger 2 hits, HR; Matt Clopper 4 hits.

Red Men: Zach Andrews 2 hits, HR; Ryan Downes, Jordan Wood 2 hits each; Carter Taceolsky HR.

Hancock Little League

Mr. Hardware Nationals 15, RAM Enterprise Pirates 5

Nationals: Tyler Clingerman, Tristan Douglas 2 hits each.

Pirates: Jared Cubbage 2 hits.

Junior Interleague

Moose 7, Sportsland 4

Moose: Alex Miller 2 hits, 2 RBIs.

Sportsland: Devon Robinson 6 Ks.

Hancock Douglas Motors 7, Clear Spring 2

Hancock: Nathan Koontz 4 hits; Levi Mellott 3 hits; Tyler Trail 2 hits.

Maugansville Minor League

DJ Nite Life 14, Beef O'Brady's 4

DJ Nite Life: Shane Kovacich, Hayden Harsh 3 hits; Richard Norris, Logan Gleason, Luke Coulter, Andrew O'Connor, Joseph Berg, Connor Hawkins 2 hits each.

Beef O'Brady's: Hunter Easterday, Thomas Forrest 3 hits each; Darius Hockaday, Jack McKinsey, William Klein, Ian Waugh, Seth Stuller, Tyler Richardson 2 hits each.

Smithsburg Cal Ripken League

Mace Auto Body 16, Homestyle 2

Mace: Cory Reed 5 hits; Paul Lucas 4 hits; Dylan Blickenstaff 3 hits.

YOUTH SOCCER



Hagerstown Soccer Club

U9 Girls

Freedom 00 5, OBSL Blue 3

Freedom: Erin Byard 4 goals; Jessica Lamont goal; Ally Goetz assist; Catherine Kinman 14 saves.

CSA 5, Freedom 00 2

COLLEGE BASKETBALL



Chambers honored

Former St. Maria Goretti standout Andrew Chambers, a junior at Washington College, was named to the All-Centennial Conference Winter Sportsmanship Team for winter sports. 

Chambers also received All-Centennial Conference Honorable Mention honors after averaging 10.6 points and 4.5 rebounds per game.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL



Maryland spring scrimmage

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- The University of Maryland football team will hold its annual Red-White Spring game Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Byrd Stadium.

Admission to the game is free. Gates will open at noon for an autograph session (12:30 to 1:30 p.m.) with coach Ralph Friedgen and the players.

BRIEFS



Mid-Maryland Camp

The 35th annual Mid-Maryland Sports Camp will be held at St. Maria Goretti with instruction from area high school and college coaches. Individual skill development and game/team formats will be taught.

Sessions will be offered in volleyball (June 15-19 and June 22-26), boys basketball (June 22-26 and June 29-July 3), girls basketball (July 6-11) and boys and girls soccer (July 13-17). Youngsters from elementary to high school are eligible to attend.

The camp is under the direction of Cokey Robertson, Alexa Keckler, Darryl Keckler and Mike Tesla. For more information contact Cokey Robertson at 301-824-6044 or 240-520-7975.

Colt League registration

Registration for the 2009 Colt League season will be held Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. at Hellane Park. All registrants must bring a birth certificate. There is a $35 registration fee and also a refundable $50 concession fee.

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