Area roundup -- Local results

July 28, 2009


Rally at Valley 7-8

Maugansville 18, Conococheague 12

Maugansville: Ben Gazzola 5 hits; Spencer Martin, Mark Spicher 4 hits each; Kyle Hott 3 hits; Christopher Jennings 2 hits.

Conococheague: Justin Taylor, Jaustin Itnyre, Corey Walters 2 hits each.

Federal 6, Sharpsburg 2

Federal: Harris Blackwood 2 hits.

Sharpsburg: Dalton Shank, Ryan Nolan 2 hits each.

Maugansville 11-12 Tournament

Halfway 7, Sharpsburg 1

Halfway: John Davies 2-run HR; Quinton Barr 3 hits; Billy Miller, Carter Tacelosky 2 hits each.


Thomas Evans 11-12 Tournamnet

Valley 12, West End 1

Valley: Jacob Barr 4 hits; Timmy Hartsock 2 hits, HR; Hunter Martin HR; Josh Miller 2 hits, 11 Ks.

West End: Airin Martin HR, 8 Ks.

Adam Kees 11-12 Tournament

Valley Blue 14, West End 7

Valley Blue: Jordan Tapley 3 hits; Austin Jones, Tyler Olson, Devon Robinson 2 hits each.

West End: Isaih Merritt 2 hits.

River City Classic

Valley 18, Federal 4

Valley: Austin Moser 3 hits; Ryan Bywaters, Colby Johnson 2 hits each.

Valley 15, Maugansville 2

Valley: Colby Johnson 3 hits; Ryan Kolich, Dylan Eyler, Austin Moser, Duke Zimmerman 2 hits each.

Md. Junior League Tournament

Elkton 22, South Baltimore 7

Elkton: Ronnie Young 3 hits; Carter Dudzinski 3 hits, HR; Kyle Thomas 2 hits, HR.

South Baltimore: Dreon Burris 3 hits.


Seven Hawks earn NJCAA academic honors

Seven members of the Hagerstown Community College track and field program recently were honored as NJCAA Academic All-Americans.

Jordan Atha and Samantha Valiton earned the honors for the women's team, while Ryan Shifler, Dustin Adams, Wade Miller, Corey Centofonti and Justin Cole got the honors for the men's team.


River City Rippers tryouts

The River City Rippers girls fast-pitch softball organization will be holding tryouts for the 2010 season for its 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U teams Aug. 15 and 16 at 1 p.m. and Aug. 19 and 20 at 6 p.m. at the Kemps Mill Softball Complex in Williamsport. Prospective players should try to attend all tryout dates. For information, contact Ronnie Topper at 301-491-9464, Dwayne Bowlus at 301-964-7478 or Greg Clopper at 301-739-8271.

Thunder wins two tournaments

The Tri-State Thunder 16U Silver went undefeated in two 18U college showcase tournaments in July, winning the TNT 18U ASA College Showcase Tourney held in Philadelphia and the Harrisburg (Pa.) Invitational 18U ASA College Showcase tourney. The Thunder competed against teams from Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania and ran its record to 32-12-5 this season. On Wednesday, the team opens play at the ASA Eastern National Championships in Salisbury, Md.


Younger/Jerry's/Centra wins tournament

Younger/Jerry's/Centra of the Hub City League went undefeated to win the 2009 NSA Laurel Tournament Championship last weekend and earn a top seed in the Maryland NSA State Championships on Aug. 22 and 23 in Hagerstown. YJC defeated Camell Towing of Rockville, Md., 12-10 in the championship game. Frankie Linton and K.C. Hutzell were named Tournament Co-MVPs. J.B. Bakner, Steve Presgraves, Zach Swisher and Jon Bishop all were named to the all-tournament team.

Washington County Co-ed League

Extra Innings 10, 304 Mafia 8

Deafnet 11, Omnia 9

Deafnet: Amy Sines 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Roger Ortega 2 hits; Glenn Rager, Angie Johnson 3 hits, 2 RBIs each.

Hub City League

Younger/Jerry's/Centra 21, Fire & Ice Sox 1

YJC: K.C. Hutzell 4 hits, HR; Jason Gross, Zach Swisher, Mike Barnes, Scottie Leggett, Dave Foltz 3 hits each; Steve Presgraves grand slam.


Tri-State Golf

At Stonebridge Country Club

Age 16-18

Calvin Mentzer 74

Corey Main 78

Derek Baker 79

Dylan Emmett 81

Adam Lipella 83

Matt Snowden 91

Jesse Mendez 96

Micah Metcalf 97

Age 14-15

Christian Grosh 78

Aaron Staley 80

Adam Poulson 82

Tyler Brown 89

Garrett Perkins 89

Kyle Huntsberry 92

J.R. Everett 96

Ryan Crabtree 109

Age 12-13

Max Bell 80

Andrew Miguel 81

Carter Rajtik 84

Jake Darr 85

Jordan Tapley 94

Hunter Martin 103

Washington County

Junior Championship

at Yingling's Golf Center

Kindergarten boys (7 holes)

Eric Bender 39

Frankie Corsi 40

James Briscoe 41

Larson Thomas 43

Cooper Strickland 47

First-grade boys (7 holes)

Christopher Mackley 39

Tyler Richardson 41

William Klein 42

Carleton Walker Jr. 48

Second-grade boys (8 holes)

Trevor Swaim 45

Michael Teunis 49

Jack Walker 56

Third-grade boys (8 holes)

Spencer Martin 35

Jared Dickerson 49

Fourth- and fifth-grade boys (9 holes)

Brooks Grosh 45

Parker Burns 46

Nathan Wishard 48

Chad Duffy 48

Zane Poffenberger 49

Zachary Klein 51

Spencer Rubino 52

Nicholas Conway 55

Dylan Messersmith 61

Nicholas Unger 61

Kindergarten and first-grade girls (9 holes)

McKenna Clevenger 51

Jenna Gossard 56

Sophia Corsi 61

Alice Poffenberger 62

Reanne Clevenger 63

Third- to fifth-grade girls (9 holes)

Alden Grosh 41

Jill Bender 45

Kara Iden 46

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