Broadfording wins MDCC baseball title

May 28, 2010


Broadfording 9, Heritage 8

Broadfording rallied for two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, with Ryan Dominguez hitting a walk-off single to give the Lions the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference Tournament championship over Heritage Academy.

Zack Snodderly had four hits and drove in six runs for Broadfording (10-9). Gabe Hirsch added four hits.

Heritage 000 420 2 8 6 1
Broadfording 120 004 2 -- 9 13 2

Sterner, Smith (6) and Barthalow. Snodderly, Garrish (4), South (7) and Fritz. WP -- South. LP -- Smith. HR -- Harrell (4th, none on).

Mercersburg Academy 7, Malvern Prep 2

MALVERN, Pa. -- Cesar Wong had two hits and drove in three runs to lead the Blue Storm to victory in the Pennsylvania Independent Schools state quarterfinals on Thursday.


Sam Rodgers drove in two runs for Mercersburg.

Mercersburg 104 02 -- 7 7 2
Malvern Prep 110 00 -- 2 7 3

Binford, Timoney (5) and Rodgers. Ravert, Durke (5) and Bavert. WP -- Binford. LP -- Ravert.

Sideling Hill League All-Stars

First Team

McConnellsburg -- Nathan Swope; Southern Fulton -- Derek Younker.

Honorable Mention

McConnellsburg -- Evan Appleby; Southern Fulton -- Zach Morton.


Logan 8, Jefferson 1

VIENNA, W.Va. -- The Cougars finished the season 33-4 after falling in the West Virginia Class AAA state semifinals to Logan.

Mid-Penn All-Stars

Capital Division

First Team

Greencastle-Antrim -- Autumn Appleby, Kali Ball, Katy Bobbitt, Diamond Byers, Rachel Kline, Carly Mowen, Wendy Wolff; James Buchanan -- Hannah Copenhaver, Megan McCracken, Kaylee Poole

Honorable Mention

Greencastle-Antrim -- Jenna Crunkleton, Brittany Norling; James Buchanan -- Shae Foreman, Kaitlyn Keefer, Amber Noll.

Colonial Division

First Team

Waynesboro -- Megan Baker, Meghan Decker, Dani Miller, Katie Zak.

Honorable Mention

Waynesboro -- Kelsea Decker, Margaret Weber.

Commonwealth Division

First Team

Chambersburg -- Delanie Dunham, Emily Estep, Elisa Hepfer, Taylor Pattillo, Katie Shaak, Kaylee Werner.

Honorable Mention

Chambersburg: -- Katie Diller.

Sideling Hill League All-Stars

First Team

McConnellsburg -- Sam McQuade; Southern Fulton -- Bailey Elbin, Kelsey White.


Heritage 3, Grace Academy 1

Stephanie O'Brien scored two goals to lead Heritage Academy to the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference Tournament championship over Grace Academy.

Bri Dorsey added a goal, while Harmony Horn, Rebekah Clarke and Jessica Gaylor each had an assist for the Eagles (12-1).

Victoria Broadwater scored and Tori Akins made 10 saves for the Knights.


Jamison clutch for EKU

JACKSON, Tenn. -- Williamsport High School graduate A.J. Jamison, a sophomore at Eastern Kentucky, delivered a game-tying, pinch-hit RBI double in the ninth inning of Colonels' 4-3 victory over Murray State in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament on Thursday.

Jamison, the 2008 Herald-Mail Washington County Hitter of the Year, has been injured for most of the season and had not had a hit since April 13.


Goretti seniors moving on

St. Maria Goretti has announced new fall homes for five graduating seniors.

Saint Vincent College, located in Latrobe, Pa., has garnered the services of three athletes. Nic Martin will play men's basketball, Aaron Wilkinson will play men's soccer and Maggie Garvey will play women's lacrosse.

Caroline Rosenthal will play softball at Penn State Mont Alto and Alex Bolinger will play men's soccer at Grinnell (Iowa) College.

Chambersburg Pump-N-Run

The Chambersburg YMCA Pump-N-Run 5K run/walk and 1K fun run will be held the morning of June 5, beginning and ending at the YMCA building on 570 E. McKinley Street.

Registration forms are available at the Chambersburg YMCA and online at For additional information, contact Barb Houpt at 717-263-8508 or by e-mail at


MISGA 2-Man Team

At Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek 7, Rattlewood 2

Ken Goldman-Curtis Kendall d. Bob MacArthur-Dave Ratajski, 3-0.

Tim Koelble-Jerome Tucker d. Ed Sebring-Clarence Moody, 2 1/2 to 1/2.

Dick Moser-Rudell Ahalt draw with Dave Royston-Ron Brown, 1 1/2 to 1 1/2.

Steiner on fire with another ace

Pat Steiner, president of Beaver Creek Country Club, scored his second ace in four days Thursday.

After recording a hole-in-one during the Middle-Atlantic Pro-Prez Tournament on Monday. Steiner recorded another ace playing in the St. Mary's Church outing Thursday. Steiner aced the 128-yard eighth hole.


American Little League

Antietam Fire Company 5, Funkstown Legion 3

Antietam: Quiezahn Gantt HR.

Funkstown: Jake Wise 2 hits, HR.

American Minor League

Antietam Fire Company 13, Imagery by Andrea 12

Antietam: Justin Balcitta, Corey Butler 2 hits each.

Imagery: Zion Gibson, Drew Hamilton 2 hts each.

Clear Spring Little League

Brethren Mutual Dodgers 10, Schildtknecht Trucking Pirates 9

Dodgers: Collin Willhite, Brady Rohrer 2 hits each.

Pirates: Donnie Schildtknecht 3 hits; Travis Capezuto 2 hits.

Clear Spring Minor League

Red Sox 5, Reds 2

Red Sox: Chris Hose, Garrett Gladhill, Wyatt Abe, Sam Ellmore, Ally Weaver 2 hits each.

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