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HCC bats pound out pair of victories

March 06, 2011
  • North Hagerstown's Zach Schreiber, left, and Michael Vogel carry the torch during opening ceremonies before the Maryland state unified sports bocce ball tournament on Thursday. The torch signified the start of the first unified sports state tournament in the country.
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Sunday, March 6, 2011


COLLEGE BASEBALL

COCOA, Fla. — Hagerstown Community College banged out 25 hits while holding Vermillion to just five, dominating a doubleheader en route to 7-0 and 11-1 victories at the Cocoa Expo on Sunday.

In the opener, Taylor Fulk (1-0) pitched a 3-hitter, walking two and striking out five for the Hawks (5-3). Kyle Crist had three hits and two RBIs, Jordan Thurber had two hits and two RBIs, and Seth Poffenberger and Chris Kulik each had two hits and drove in a run.

Danny Morris hit a three-run homer and Tyler Walsh added a two-run shot in the second game for HCC, which won in five innings. Morris, Walsh, Tyeler Presgraves, Marcellus Sumlin, Lazaro Torres and Justin Martinez each had two hits, Walsh drove in three runs, Presgraves plated two and Sumlin drove in one. Tripp Staley (1-1) allowed one hit and fanned four in three innings.

HCC 7-11, Vermillion 0-1
Game 1
Hagerstown    110    311    0    —    7    11    2
Vermillion    000    000    0    —    0    3    3

Fulk and Knupt. Elbert, Warner (6), Giotis (7) and Hines. WP — Fulk (1-0). LP — Elbert (0-1).
Game 2
Vermillion    001    00    —    1    2    4
Hagerstown    182    0x    —    11    14    2

Larson, Pierce (2), Groth (3) and Sandler. Staley, Schaeffer (4), Shobe (5) and Torres. WP — Staley (1-1). LP — Larson (0-1). HR — HCC: Morris (2nd, two on), Walsh (3rd, one on).



UNIFIED BOCCE BALL

Washington County resultsfrom Maryland state tournament

SYKESVILLE, Md. — Clear Spring won the Division 8 state championship on Thursday, defeating Boonsboro for the title at the first unified sports state tournament held in the United States.

Boonsboro’s other team finished second in Division 1. Two other teams finished third — Williamsport in Division 3 and Smithsburg in Division 9 — to earn medals.

Hancock finished fourth in Division 9, North Hagerstown was fifth in Division 7, South Hagerstown was sixth and the Hubs’ other team was seventh in Division 10, and the Rebels’ other team was seventh in Division 6.



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Southern Fulton 46, Berlin 32


JOHNSTOWN, Pa. — Lacey Beatty had 16 points and four steals to lead Southern Fulton to the PIAA District 5 Class A championship over Berlin on Saturday.

Chelsie Eader had 12 points and three steals, and Macey Hollenshead added nine points, six rebounds and three assists for the Indians (21-3).



WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Shepherd 22, Wilmington 17


WILMINGTON, Del. — Shannon Carta scored seven goals and Nicole Ruane added six to lift Shepherd University over Wilmington University on Saturday.

Christina Ferrara tallied three goals and had a pair of assists, while Krista Tippett added three assists for the Rams (3-0). Emily Melanson had 14 saves.



MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

Sixth Grade playoffs

Northern 41, Western Heights 39


Northern: Hamburg 13, Nicholson 16, Sandridge 11, Gatewood 1.

Western: Akins 4, Bright 10, Gantt 9, Wetzell 14, Mitchell 2.

Eighth Grade playoffs

Northern 48, Boonsboro 32


Northern: Bembry 2, Blake 2, Burkholder 3, Carey 13, Green 2, House 1, Smith 16, Stubbs 9.

Boonsboro: Austin 10, Bennett 4, Wardy 2, Warsh 5, Wubbard 2, Saunders 2, Thibault 7.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hedgesville Travel Tournament

Eighth Grade

Hagerstown Wildcats 50, Spring Mills 26


Wildcats: Smith 2, Akaya 14, Steiner 8, Stonebraker 4, Kelbaugh 2, Barr 9, Lazich 5, Boutilier 6.

Note: Hagerstown advances to championship game Saturday at 6 p.m.

Boonsboro Area Boys

Grades 7-8

Thompson Gas 60, Castle 52


Thompson: C. Penn 34, B. Penn 14, Olson 4, Kerns 4, Kidwell 4.

Castle: Thibault 42, Thaggard 4, Rowland 2, Summers 2, Tritapoe 2.

Grades 3-4

Championship Game


Cornerstone Financial Group 17 Robinwood Orthopedics 9

Cornerstone: Grove 8, Shank 4, Nolan 3, Suter 2.

Robinwood: Taylor 4, Hubbard 3, Holobinko 2.

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BRIEF

Little League clinic

The District 1 Little League on-field clinic that was rained out Sunday will be held Tuesday at 6 p.m. at American Little League. For more information, contact Denny Hockensmith at 301-416-2841.

 

 

                            

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