Hawks upend Rockville, 14-4

April 06, 2010
  • The Level 6 team from 4 Star Gymnastics in Williamsport took first place in all six of its regular-season meets. Front row, from left to right: Paige Terch and Rayana Anthony. Back row: Erica Abbruzzese, Bethany Lohman, Kaydee Lesher, Faith Wilson and McKenna Kissinger.
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Jeremy Delgado had two hits, including a home run, and two RBIs in Hagerstown Community College's 14-4 victory over visiting Rockville on Monday.

Tyler Walsh had a two-run homer, Adam Brunk had four hits and an RBI, Zach Cook had two hits and five RBIs and Jordan Thurber had two hits and an RBI for the Hawks (18-7).

Rockville 011 010 01 -- 4 5 1
HCC 105 110 24 -- 14 14 2

Young, Willman (5), Summers (8) and McNietta. Landers, Meikrantz (6), Cody (8) and Cook, Colgan (8). WP -- Landers (3-0). LP -- Young. HR -- HCC: Delgado 1 (4th, none on); Walsh 1 (8th, one on).


Urbana 11, Boonsboro 1

WALKERSVILLE, Md. -- Nick Lum had two hits and Phil Hershberger doubled and scored the lone run for Boonsboro (1-5) in a six-inning loss to Urbana (7-0).

Boonsboro 010 000 -- 1 3 2
Urbana 003 161 -- 11 9 3

Lewis, Hardy (4), Bennett (5) and Beard. Rose and Jaworski. WP --Rose. LP --Lewis (0-2).


Jefferson 1, Central Pageland 0

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- Jefferson's Dillon Regalia singled, stole second, went to third on a single by John Patrick Jones and scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly by Patrick Carter in the bottom of the ninth inning at the Mingo Bay Classic.

Tanner Everton (2-1) starred on the mound for the Cougars (7-2), pitching nine shutout innings with 13 strikeouts. He retired 19 straight batters in a span from the second inning to the eighth.

Allen Milbourne and Jones each had two hits for Jefferson, which has won five straight.

C. Pageland 000 000 000 -- 0 5 0
Jefferson 000 000 001 -- 1 6 0

Middleton and Burch. Everton and Jones. WP --Everton (2-1). LP --Middleton.

Heritage 18, Shalom 8

Travis Barthalow had two hits, including a grand slam, to lead Heritage Academy past Shalom Christian.

Chad Lowry and Bubba Kriner had three hits each and Kyle Smith had two hits for the Eagles (2-0).

Cody Wise had two hits for the Flames.

Shalom 203 30 -- 8 6 5
Heritage Academy 166 5x -- 18 16 0

Wise, Horst (3), Winger (4) and Witman. Harrell, Sterner (3) and Barthalow. WP -- Harrell (1-0). LP -- Wise. HR -- H: Barthalow 1 (4th, three on).

Waynesboro 7, James Buchanan 6

WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Brett Rosenberry singled to score Aaron Beck in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Waynesboro the win over James Buchanan.

The Indians (3-0) forced extra innings when Rosenberry tripled to lead off the seventh inning and came home on Jonathan Blubaugh's RBI double to tie the Rockets (0-2) at 7.

Blubaugh went 4-for-4 with a homer and two RBIs, while Matt Gembe had three hits and three RBIs and Rosenberry added three hits. Winning pitcher Jesse Mowen lasted all seven innings and struck out 11 without a walk.

James Buchanan 020 002 20 -- 6 9 2
Waynesboro 011 102 11 -- 7 15 4

Rhodes and Timmons. Mowen and Bumbaugh. WP -- Mowen (1-0). LP -- Rhodes. HR --W: Blubaugh (3rd, none on).


Wilmore in all-star game

Saint James sophomore Avery Wilmore will take part in a basketball bonanza on Sunday at DeMatha High School in Washington.

Wilmore has been named to the sophomore team that will play at 4 p.m. as part of the Future Stars event in DeMatha's new Convocation Center.

Wilmore was recently named a Herald-Mail All-Washington County first-team all-star.



Terry Haugh aced the 145-yard par-3 17th hole at Black Rock using a 7-iron on Monday.

It's the second ace for Haugh, who's been playing for 13 years. His playing partners were Shane Angles and Dean Hamburg.


Rams fifth at WVIAC regional

WHEELING, W.Va. -- Jeremy Thompson tied for second place with a two-round total of 150 to help Shepherd finish sixth out of 13 teams at the WVIAC Northern Regional tournament.

Also finishing for the Rams were Aaron Stenta (159, 19th place), Jon Agee (161, T-22nd), Chris Gilkey (167, T-36th) and Cameron Beckner (168, T-38th).


Shepherd 6, Hood 3


Singles -- 1. Carter Reitman (H) d. Taylor Boyle, 6-3, 6-4; 2. Mike Hardman (H) d. Kent Thomas, 6-0, 6-1; 3. Liam McDonald (S) d. Andrew Blowe, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1; 4. David Leonard (S) d. Kenny Smith, 6-0, 6-0; 5. Jordan Hunter (S) d. Phil Yerby, 6-1, 6-4; 6. Gregory Khan (S) d. Chris Papinsick, 3-6, 6-3, 6-3.

Doubles -- 1. Hardman/Reitman (H) d. Boyle/McDonald, 8-5; 2. Leonard/Thomas (S) d. A. Blowe/David Blowe, 8-4; 3. Hunter/Khan (S) d. David Little/Bilal Syed, 8-5.


St. James 5K on May 1

The Saint James School Alumni 5K Run will be held on May 1 at Saint James School. Registration begins at 7 a.m. and the run begins at 8.

The event is open to all runners of all ages and abilities.

For information, contact Michael Straley at 301-733-9330, ext. 3039, or at

This Race is for the Birds

The "This Race is for the Birds" trail-running event will be held April 24 at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, W.Va., beginning at 9 a.m.

There will be two trail races (7.7 miles and 4.9 miles), a 2-mile jog/walk and a 1-mile fun run for children under 10.

For information, contact James or Suzy Munnis at 304-876-6784 or, or visit the event's Web site at


Conococheague Little League

Lions 12, Tony's Pizza 2

Lions: Bryce Byers, Colby Byers, Hunter Ostrum 2 hits each.

Tony's: Austin Golden 2 hits, HR.

Conococheague Minor League

Yankees 15, Moose 0

Yankees: Dean Martin 2 grand slams; Colin Nigh 2 hits.

Valley Little League

Norm Scott 10, Dorsey Brothers 5

Norm Scott: Bryce Scharenbroch 3 hits.

Dorsey Brothers: Dylan Eyler 3 hits; Josh Mades 2 hits.

Total Lube 6, Columbia Bank 5

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