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Tuesday's Area Roundup

April 27, 2010
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PREP TRACK & FIELD



Mercersburg at Journal Invite

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- Mercersburg Academy's girls team came up with three second-place finishes on Saturday at Martinsburg High School.

Abby Colby took second in the 1,600 (5:34:1), Mackenzie Riford was second in the 3,200 (12:20) and Paige Summers was second in the discus (98-10).

Sarah Kolanowski was third in the high jump (4-8) and Ashley Heisey placed fourth in the pole vault (8-0) for the Blue Storm. Laura Rahauser took sixth in the 400 (1:06).

For the boys, Mike Lorenson placed third in the pole vault (12-6), Matt Cook was fourth in the 3,200 (10:22) and Zach Holzworth was sixth in the pole vault (10-0).

GOLF



Hole-in-one

WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Richard Butts recorded his first hole-in-one while playing at the PGA National Course in West Palm Beach, Fla. He aced the 179-yard 17th hole using a 4-iron. He was playing with Larry Crouse, Terry Baker and Joe Shull. The foursome are members at Waynesboro Country Club.

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PRO FOOTBALL



Rey signs with Cincinnati Bengals

Former Mercersburg Academy linebacker Vincent Rey, a 2006 graduate, has signed a free-agent contract with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Rey was a three-year starter at Duke and a second-team All-ACC selection in 2009 and made 330 tackles during his college career, including 28 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks. He is one of 13 players in Blue Devils history to register more than 300 career tackles.

Rey, of Far Rockaway, N.Y., holds the Mercersburg Academy record for fumble returns for touchdowns (three). He led the Blue Storm to a 9-1 record and the Mid-Atlantic Prep League championship in 2006.

The Bengals' rookie minicamp begins Friday in Cincinnati. Rey is the first Mercersburg football player to appear in an NFL camp since Matt Kranchick, a 1999 graduate who played tight end for the Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New England Patriots from 2004 to 2007. Kranchick was a sixth-round pick by the Steelers in 2004 out of Penn State.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL



HCC is No. 5 seed for Region XX

Hagerstown Community College earned the No. 5 seed for the Region XX Tournament and will begin tournament play on Wednesday at Potomac State.

The Hawks will face Southern Maryland at 2 p.m., with the winner facing Potomac State immediately after. The winner of that game will advance to Saturday's action at Cecil.

YOUTH LACROSSE



Boys U-15

Smithsburg 7, Spires Black 4

Smithsburg: Luke Grove, Josh Thomas goal, assist each; Ryan Karroll, Garrett Ghafir, John Wagner, Justin Buckley, Steven Rishell goal each; Dan Pastwa 2 assists; Austin Grove 9 saves.

Hagerstown Gold 10, Smithsburg 7

Smithsburg: Ryan Karroll, Dan Pastwa 2 goals, assist each; Josh Thomas goal, 2 assists; Steven Rishell, Marco Ortega goal each; Garrett Ghafir assist; Zach Schaeffer, Austin Grove combined 14 saves.

WMYLC Boys U-13

Smithsburg 3, Spires 0

Smithsburg: Bryce Scott 2 goals; Trevor Madsen goal.

YOUTH BASEBALL



Sharpsburg Little League

BMB Construction 19, Sportsmen 14

BMB: Josh Grubb 6 hits; Alexis Hagan 4 hits; Skylar Selby 4 RBIs.

Smithsburg Cal Ripken Minor

Brocroft Kennels 12, Scott's Speed Shop 3

Brocroft: Cole Jessop, Jackson Sindaco, Zachary Clark, Derek Seeders 3 hits each; Aidyn Smith, Ryan Franklin, Chase Cohen, Shea Goetz, Benjamin Vega 2 hits each.

Scott's: Zach Brown, Abigail Purcell 2 hits each.

Federal Minor League

Landmark 17, Greene Turtle 3

Landmark: Ian Selby 5 hits; Colby Spitz 4 hits, 4 RBIs; Braydon Quirple 4 hits, 3 RBIs; Jared Shay 4 hits, 2 RBIs; Tyler Lavrenchik 4 hits; Garrett Kercheval 3 hits, 3 RBIs; Graham Spitz 3 hits; Jeremy Moore 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Ayden Morningstar 2 hits.

Greene Turtle: Gus Sirface 3 hits; Dylan Watson HR, 2 RBIs; Alex Watson, Jacob Miller 2 hits each.

YOUTH SOCCER



Baltimore Beltway Boys U-18

Hagerstown Soccer Club 4, C.C. Lightning 0

Hagerstown: Bryan Whitmore 2 goals; Roland Wilson, Nick Bunting goal each.

CMSSL Girls U-12

SAC United Crush 4, Hagerstown Freedom '97 2

Freedom: Kayle Farrow, Caroline O'Reilly goal each; Hadley Giles assist, 2 saves; Peyton Lavin assist.

BRIEF



HCC Hall of Fame

The Hagerstown Hawk Boosters have selected the following individuals to enter the Hawk Booster Hall of Fame on June 28 at Beaver Creek Country Club beginning at 6 p.m.:

* Heather Creek, softball

* Ryan Devlin, baseball

* Tim Mason, track & field

* Alex McAbee, marathon

* Ozzie Smith Bey, basketball

* Tom Parsons, basketball

* John Webb, baseball

* Jack Seville, lifetime achievement award

The induction banquet will follow the third annual Irv Easterday Boosters Golf Tournament, which begins at noon. For more information, contact Bo Myers at 301-790-2800, ext, 367, or by e-mail at myersr@hagerstowncc.edu.

VARSITY POSTPONEMENTS



* Clear Spring's baseball and softball games at South Hagerstown have been rescheduled for Thursday at 4:45 p.m.

* Clear Spring's boys and girls tennis matches at South Hagerstown have been rescheduled for today at 4:30 p.m.

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