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Williamsport Junior Legion team qualifies for NABF World Series

July 11, 2010

JUNIOR LEGION



Williamsport Senators 9, Fort Cumberland 2

Senators: Brendon Colliflower CG, 7 Ks; Rodney Flora 3 hits; Justin Lewis 2 hits.

Fort Cumberland 13, Williamsport Senators 11

Senators: Brandon Greene 3 hits; Rodney Flora 2 hits.

Note: Senators finish 20-8 and win Potomac Junior Legion Western Division title. They qualified for the NABF World Series in Knoxville, Tenn., July 22 to 25.

YOUTH BASEBALL



Hagerstown Colt League

Championship series

Final

Western Enterprise 16, FOP 9

Western Enterprise: Wins series, 2-1; Charles Cvijanovich, Jake Bachtell, 2 hits, HR each; Alex Courtney, C.J. Owings, Hunter Williams 2 hits each.

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FOP: Drew Deshong, Riley Stephenson 2 hits each; Austin Scott HR.

Game 2

FOP 13, Western Enterprise 7

FOP: Riley Stephenson 3 hits; Drew Deshong, Zach Wise 2 hits each.

Western Enterprise: Alex Courtney 3 hits, HR; Matt Daley, Troy Carbaugh 2 hits each.

Game 1

Western Enterprise 10, FOP 2

Western Enterprise: Matt Daley, Jake Bachtell 3 hits each; Aaron Jones 2 hits, HR.

FOP: Drew Deshong HR.

Hagerstown PONY League

Championship series

Firefighters 18, Eagles 13

Firefighters: Wins series, 2-1; Timmy Hartsock 9 Ks; Trevor Walsh, J.R. Rinehart 2 hits, HR, 4 RBIs each.

Eagles: Dylan Stouffer 3 hits, HR; Derek Herbert, Kyle Dinterman HR, 2 RBIs each; Casey Bartholomew 3 RBIs.

Pen Mar 7-8 Tournament

Smithsburg Gray 15, Smithsburg Maroon 14

Gray: Wyatt Roof, Todd Stocks 2 hits each.

Maroon: Ryan Franklin, Daniel Walter 2 hits each.

Valley 6, Smithsburg Gray 5

Smithsburg: Wyatt Roof, Mitchell Schooler, Dan Wishard, Todd Stocks 2 hits each.

Valley: Ryan Clopper, Matt Eyler 2 hits each.

CYCLING



Mid-Atlantic Bicycle Racing Association

Criterium Championships

Saturday in Hagerstown

Winners: Senior I/II/III -- Evan Fader, Takoma Park, Md., Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV; Senior III -- Joshua Flexman, Arlington, Va., Cyclelife/Raw Talent Ranch Racing; Senior IV -- Lukasz Majewski, Reston, Va., Evolution Cycling Club; Senior V -- Manggon Comsan, Herndon, Va., Evolution Cycling Club; Women's I/II/III -- Sarah Caravella, Takoma Park, Md., Team Card Women's Cycling; Women's III -- Emma Swatman, Reston, Va., Syn-Fit Race Team; Women's IV -- Ye Yang, Reson, Va., Syn-Fit Race Team.

Antietam Velo Club/Team Hagerstown-Washington County Tourism finishers: Senior V men -- Darryl Sampey 11th; Senior III men -- Joe Jefferson 24th, Mike Spinnler 27th, Jeff Sanders 32nd, Tim Lung 34th; Senir IV men -- Dennis Crockett 15th, Don Feineberg 17th.

Note: Hagerstown's Brian Fouche, racing for the Annapolis Bicycle Racing Team, finished 32nd in the Senior I/II/III race.

PREP BASKETBALL



Camp set at Goretti

St. Maria Goretti will conduct a "Night School" basketball camp Aug. 9 to 12, directed by new boys basketball coach Amrit Rayfield. The camp will be held nightly from 5:30 to 9 and is for boys and girls entering grades 4 through 9 this fall. Cost is $80 per camper. Rayfield and his staff will provide youth players foundation basketball skills. For more information contact Rayfield at 301-739-4266 or 304-678-9503 or by e-mail at arayfield@goretti.org.

Potomac Basketball Camp

Openings remain for the Potomac Basketball Camp at Saint James School July 19 to 23. The camp is open to both boys and girls grades 3 through 12.

Boys and girls are separated for instuction and competition. For information, contact Kevin Murphy at 301-791-7489.

GOLF



Beaver Creek Shamble

Best 2-Ball

-15 -- Dave Bingaman, Ray Stoner, Jack Miller, Bill Russell.

-13 -- Tracy Piper, Jeff Foster, Bob Socks, Scott McQuaid.

-11 -- Max Tissue, Neil Gagnon, Wade McCall, Paul Schoen.

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