Hawks swept in baseball, softball

April 12, 2010


Cecil 6-7, HCC 4-0

A Hagerstown Community College throwing error in the eighth inning led to two unearned runs as Cecil Community College prevailed in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader. The Hawks were then shut out on three hits in the nightcap.

In the opener, John Barrett and Neal Callahan had three hits each, Jordan Thurber hit a solo home run, Tyler Walsh drove in two runs and Callahan added an RBI for HCC (21-10).

Game 1
Cecil 201 100 02 -- 6 7 0
Hagerstown 102 010 00 -- 4 10 3

Adams, Thorpe (4) and Kemp. Fulk, Meikrantz (8) and Harris. WP -- Thorpe. LP -- Meikrantz (0-1). HR -- H: Thurber (1st, none on).
Game 2
Cecil 030 111 1 -- 7 8 1
Hagerstown 000 000 0 -- 0 3 0

Pennypacker and Hussni. Staley, Cody (5) and Cook, Colgan (6). WP -- Pennypacker. LP -- Staley (1-2).


Brashears leads Shenandoah

WINCHESTER, Va. -- St. Maria Goretti graduate Kevin Brashears had four hits, including three home runs, and five RBIs to lead Shenandoah University (28-6) to an 8-3 win over Ferrum College on Sunday.

Brashears tied the school record for single-game homers.


Mercyhurst 5-12, HCC 3-3

Mercyhurst Northeast slugged two home runs to win the first game of a doubleheader, then scored nine runs in the first inning of the nightcap to finish the sweep in six innings.

In the opener, Hannah Lawver had three hits and an RBI, and Amanda Waltman added two hits for the Hawks (9-9).

Waltman had two hits and an RBI, and Ryan Hudson added two hits in the nightcap for HCC, which made eight errors in the game.

Game 1
Mercyhurst 011 030 0 -- 5 10 1
Hagerstown 000 000 3 -- 3 8 1

Huhn, Mason (6), Keth (7) and Richter. Kesecker and Larrick. WP -- Huhn. LP -- Kesecker (2-5). HR -- M: Patt (2nd, none on), Eimers (5th, two on).
Game 2
Mercyhurst 900 012 -- 12 10 2
Hagerstown 000 120 -- 3 7 8

Patt, Hitchcock (3) and Thivierge. Mehaffie and Myers, Larrick (2). WP -- Patt. LP -- Mehaffie (6-3). HR -- M: Eimers (6th, one on).

Shepherd 12-5, Bluefield St. 0-2

BLUEFIELD, W.Va. --Shepherd rolled to a WVIAC doubleheader sweep Sunday against Bluefield State (3-21, 1-11).

Courtni Williams had a solo homer and an RBI single in the first game for the Rams (25-9, 11-5), while Tiffany Farmer hit a two-run double for Shepherd in the second game.


HCC's Wilt wins 5,000 at Messiah

GRANTHAM, Pa. --Hagerstown Community College's Jeremiah Wilt won the men's 5,000-meter run at the Messiah Invitational in an NJCAA-qualifying time of 15:28.58, while teammate Corey Centofonti placed second in the race in 15:50.13.

Also for the HCC men, Kyle Toms placed fourth in the shot put (45 feet, 7 inches) and sixth in the discus (126-9), while Wilt placed fifth in the 1,500 (4:09.47).

HCC's Samantha Valiton placed third in the women's 400 in 1:02.32.

Arumugam wins 5,000

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. --MIT's Hemu Arumugam, the former North Hagerstown standout, won the men's 5,000-meter run in 15:13.90 at the MIT Invitational on Saturday.


Notre Dame (Ohio) 21, Shepherd 15

PAINESVILLE, Ohio -- Kaitlin Drake scored a career-high seven goals for Shepherd in the loss.

Nicole Ruane had two goals and four assists for the Rams (2-10), while Carly Jones had three goals and an assist, Cara Parks had a goal and an assist and Lindsay Russell and Brooke Jones each added a goal.


Saints' Wilmore wins MVP

WASHINGTON -- Saint James' Avery Wilmore starred for the Blue Team in the Sophomore Futures Classic on Sunday at DeMatha High School.

Wilmore had 20 points, 18 rebounds, eight steals and six assists in leading his team to a 114-95 victory.


Heritage wins tourney

FREDERICK, Md. -- Kathleen Kidd scored a goal on an assist from Callie Butts with 10 minutes left to lift Heritage Academy to a 1-0 win over Elkton Christian in the championship game of the New Life Soccer Spring Fling tournament Saturday.

Heritage went 4-0-1 overall for the tourney in five 30-minute games, all played Saturday.

The Eagles beat Carroll Christian 6-0, SVCA 3-0 and New Life 3-0 before tying Elkton 1-1.

Stephanie O'Brien had six goals and two assists for the day for Heritage, while Bri Dorsey had four goals and four assists, Butts had two goals and five assists, Nicole Gaylor added a goal and goalkeeper Kara Stamper had four shutouts.


Saints go 2-1 in Virginia

Saint James went 2-1 in its trip to Virginia over the weekend, defeating Highland 6-1 on Friday and St. Anne's-Belfield 5-4 on Saturday morning before falling 9-0 to Woodberry Forest later Saturday.

No. 1 Austin Robertazza and No. 2 Fraser MacPherson each went 2-1 in singles for St. James, and teamed for a No. 1 doubles win against St. Anne's-Belfield.


South Hagerstown 12, Smithsburg 2

South: Brandon Hess 3-hitter, 9 Ks; Dylan Appel, Hess 2 hits, 2 RBIs each.

Smithsburg 13, South Hagerstown 5

Smithsburg: Gardenhour 2 hits.

South: Logan Appel 7 Ks.


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