Area Roundup - Conococheague, Clear Spring notch Senior wins

July 03, 2009


District I Senior League 15-16 Tournament

Conococheague 9, South Mountain 1

Steve Gordon threw a one-hitter and Will Bowen led the hitting attack with three hits. Tyson Cline and Brett Bahr added two hits apiece for Conococheague, which travels to Maugansville Sunday at 1:30.

Clear Spring 7, Valley 1

Clear Spring stayed alive in the losers bracket and will host South Mountain on Sunday at 1:30.

Hagerstown PONY League

National Division Championship

Jeter Paving 13, Susquehanna Bank 6

Jeter Paving: Aaron Jones 8 Ks, HR, 4 RBIs; Andrew Crampton 3 hits, HR, 5 RBIs.

Susquehanna Bank: Jordan Dickens 2 RBIs.


American Division Championship

Firefighters 2, FOP 1

Firefighters: Austin Marquis 7 Ks; Brandon Haupt 1 hit, RBI.

FOP: Brenden Colliflower 5 Ks, double, RBI.


Williamsport Nationals 11, Brunswick 2

Nationals: Sean Colgan 3 hits, 2 HRs, 6 RBIs; Travis Sluger 3 hits; Josh Green, Adam Chambers 2 hits each; Jared Ferguson 2 hits, HR.

Williamsport Nationals 8Brunswick 1

Nationals: Travis Sluger 2 hits; Tyler Walsh HR, 3 RBIs; Sean Colgan HR; John Shobe 4-hitter, 10 Ks.


PONY gets donation

Hagerstown PONY League received a $5,000 donation from the Nick Adenhart Memorial Fund on Wednesday.

The Adenhart family presented the check from the memorial foundation set up in Adenhart's name to benefit and help youth baseball leagues survive.

Adenhart, a Williamsport graduate, was killed in a three-car accident along with two friends in Fullerton, Calif., on April 9 after his best performance as a major league pitcher.

The family elected to have the first two checks to Halfway Little League and Hagerstown PONY, the two affiliations Adenhart played for in his youth.

Donations for the fund are being accepted at Nick Adenhart Memorial Fund, 2205 Geier Financial Group Suite 200, Marriottsville, Md, 21104.


First hole-in-one

Randy Poffenberger, of Clear Spring, recorded his first hole-in-one on Wednesday, playing at Whitetail Golf Resport, using a 4-iron to ace the 186-yard No. 3. He was playing with Jill Poffenberger and Peter Rohrer.

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