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Beaver Creek team reaches statewide finals

April 19, 2010

GOLF



Beaver Creek Country Club gained a spot in the Maryland State Golf Association State Team Championship by virtue of an 11-7 victory over Bethesda Country Club on Sunday.

Beaver Creek will meet Hillendale Country Club for the title. Three team matches will take place at each venue.

In the victory over Bethesda, the teams of Dirk Schultz-Finley Benjamin and Denny Stoner-Chuck Thatcher each pocketed 2 1/2 points and Greg Henry-Tim Steiner a half point at Beaver Creek.

At Bethesda, Bernie Deane-Steve Ligi teamed for 3 points and Brian Crabtree-Randy Barnes won 2 1/2. Ken Lampard-Chris Taylor won a half point.

COLLEGE BASEBALL



HCC 13-5, Dundalk 2-4

DUNDALK, Md. -- Hagerstown Community College pushed in a run in the ninth inning of Sunday's doubleheader against CCBC-Dundalk that gave the Hawks a 5-4 victory and a sweep.

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A sacrifice fly by Jeremy Delgado followed an error, sacrifice bunt and infield hit for the Hawks (26-12).

Tay Sidler and Justin Harris had solo home runs in the game and Jordan Thurber was the winning pitcher in relief.

Travis Slugar, Thurber and Delgado had three hits each in the opener, a five-inning victory.

Jay Shafer (6-1) picked up the victory.

Game 1
HCC 006 70 -- 13 13 0
Dundalk 000 02 -- 2 9 0

Shafer and Harris, Colgan (4). Grossman, Huber (4), mcDevitt (5) and Mills. WP -- Shafer (6-1) LP--Grossman.

Game 2
HCC 002 101 001 -- 5 11 3
Dundalk 020 001 200 -- 4 7 3

Landers, Thurber (8) and Harris. Crespo, Mills (5), Kirby (76), McDevitt (8) and Ellick. WP--Thurber (1-1) McDevitt. HR-- HCC: Sidler (4th, none on); Harris (6th, none on).

Shepherd 2-7, Seton Hill 1-2

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Shepherd used a home run from Michael Lott in the fifth inning that proved to be the winning run in Shepherd's first-game victory over Seton Hill in West Virginia Conference action.

The Rams (20-18, 9-7) used a six-run sixth inning to pull away in the second game.

Waynesboro graduate Nathan Minnich had a home run among his three hits and Chambersburg graduate Trevor Appleby picked up the win pitching.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL



Hawks get two wins

ARNOLD, Md. -- Hagerstown Community College pounded out 30 hits in a pair of Maryland JuCo wins over Anne Arundel on Saturday.

Katie Kesecker allowed only four hits in the opener and Brittany Larrick had four hits and three RBIs. Natasha Bard had three hits.

In the second game, HCC (14-10, 12-4) rapped out 13 hits and had a 10-run third inning as Laken Beers got the win hurling a three-hitter.

Bard had three hits and Christina Mehaffie had three hits and four RBIs.

Game 1
HCC 005 31 -- 9 17 0
Anne Arundel 100 00 -- 1 4 0

Kesecker and Myers; Molina and Sasle. WP--Kesecker (4-5). LP--Molina.

Game 2
HCC 10(10) 10 -- 12 13 0
Anne Arundel 000 10 -- 1 3 3

Beers and Larrick; Molina and Sasle. WP-Beers (2-1). LP--Molina.

RUNNING



Oates wins half marathon

CUMBERLAND, Md. -- Hagerstown's Doug Oates won the half marathon event at the Mountain Maryland Marathon, beating his nearest competitor by more than one minute.

Oates, 31, completed the 13.1-mile course in 1:15:08, easily outdistancing Elijah Shekinah, of State College, Pa., who finished in 1:16:27.

Richard Rodriguez, of Chambersburg, Pa., finished in 1:36:07 and placed 13th, the only other Tri-State area runner to finish in the top 30. Misty Lowman, of Martinsburg, W.Va., was the top local female runner, finishing 31st in 1:44:27.

In the marathon, Daniel Dewitt, of Frostburg, Md., finished first in 2:44:11. Chambersburg's Rick Meyers was the top local runner, finishing ninth in 2:58:10. Steven Milburn, of Williamsport, was the top Washington County male finisher (33rd, 3:40:36) and Mary Zielinski, of Boonsboro, was the top county female finisher (41st, 3:45:19).

PREP BASEBALL



Jefferson 7-23, Elkins 6-14

ELKINS, W.Va. -- Jefferson scored 16 runs in the sixth and seventh innings to rally for a doublheader sweep at Elkins on Saturday.

Dillon Regalia homered in both games for the Cougars (12-4). His three-run shot in the sixth inning of the second game gave Jefferson a 15-13 lead, one it didn't relinquish.

Jake Sites had a two-run double and winning pitcher Tanner Everton had an RBI single in the first game.

Zach Lambert and Jamie Richard had three hits apiece for the Cougars in the nightcap, while Regalia, Everton, Patrick Carter and Tyler Hamilton each had two hits.

Hamilton drove in five runs. One of Everton's hits was a homer.

Game 1
Jefferson 004 120 0 -- 7 5 3
Elkins 200 030 1 -- 6 4 2

Everton, Sites (5) and Hamilton. Gaaserud, Gaynor (5) and Webley. WP -- Everton (4-1). LP -- Gaynor. SV -- Sites (1). HR -- J: Regaila (3rd, one on). E: Fox (7th, none on).

Game 2
Jefferson 050 119 7 -- 23 17 2
Elkins 147 010 1 -- 14 13 4

Payne, Carter (2), B. Johnson (3), Boyd (3), Richard (6) and Hamilton. Bevall, Elsa (6), Nell (7) and Webley. WP -- A.J. Boyd (1-0). LP -- Elsa. HR -- J: Everton (5th, none on), Regalia (6th, two on). E: Vanney 2 (2nd, two on, 3rd, two on).

YOUTH BASEBALL



American Little League

Goodwill 6, Antietam Fire Co. 2

Goodwill: Elijah Stubbs 3 hits, 13K's; Kny Hawkins HR.

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