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Hawks win on single in 10th

March 08, 2011
  • The Broadfording boys basketball team defeated Heritage Academy in the championship game to win the Mason Dixon Christian Conference Tournament on Feb. 26 at Grace Academy.
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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

COLLEGE BASEBALL

COCOA, Fla. — Seth Poffenberger scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning on an RBI single by Tyler Walsh as Hagerstown Community College defeated Miami-Hamiton 4-3 on Tuesday at the Cocoa Expo.

Poffenberger had three hits, while Walsh had two hits and two RBIs for HCC (7-3). John Shobe pitched two innings of relief for his first victory of the season.

HCC 4, Miami-Hamilton 3
Hamilton    000    020    001    0    —    3    7    2
HCC    000    101    100    1    —    4    9    1
McCarthy, Schwendt (8) and Buechel. Staley, Schaeffer (8), Shobe (9) and Knupp. WP — Shobe (1-0). LP — Schwendt.

Conway gets weekly pitching honor

Coastal Carolina pitcher Josh Conway, a Smithsburg graduate, was named the Crons Brand Big South Pitcher of the Week.

Conway was dominant in a win against College of Charleston. The sophomore struck out a career-high 12 in 5 2/3 innings, allowing just four hits, two runs and two walks. At one point, Conway struck out seven straight.

Brashears honored by USA South

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Shenandoah University senior Kevin Brashears, a St. Maria Goretti graduate, has been named player of the week by the USA South Conference.

Brashears helped the Hornets to four victories in the past week, hitting .667 with five doubles, two home runs, four walks and one stolen base as his team improved to 11-0.



BRIEF

Orioles legend Dempsey to speak at Steak & Burger Dinner

The Boys & Girls Club of Washington County announced that Baltimore Orioles great Rick Dempsey will be the guest speaker at the 21st Annual Steak & Burger Dinner.

Dempsey played 24 seasons with the Orioles, earning World Series MVP honors in the 1983 World Series.

The Steak & Burger Dinner is the largest fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club and is run by the program’s youth.

“We are very excited about Rick being our guest speaker and we are equally excited about our club members who will be performing and receiving recognition for their outstanding efforts in school and their community,” said Buck Browning, director of development for the Boys & Girls Club.

The dinner will be held on April 14 at the Hager Hall Convention Center. Tickets are $50 per person, with table sponsorships available that provides the donor with eight tickets to the event and sponsors two Boys & Girls Club members who will sit at the sponsor’s table. The dinner includes a silent auction and social hour beginning at 6 p.m. Those in attendance can get an autograph from Dempsey. The dinner and entertainment starts at 7.

For more information visit the website www.bgcwc.com or call 301-733-5422.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hagerstown Junior League

Junior Division

Round Robin semifinals

Preferred Arbor 66, Senior Notes 48

Arbor: Smith 14, Steiner 11, Stubbs 18, Green 10, Stouffer 2, Ragland 2, Ruppenthal 12, Higgins 2.

Senior: Barnes 4, Anderson 10, Lazich 24, Boone 4, Speak 4, Mitchell 2.

Knights of Columbus 42, Accent Imaging 37

Knights: Moulton 4, P. Carey 11, M. Carey 8, Thompson 5, Luna 10, Eyler 2, Moats 2.

Accent: Andrews 5, Stotler 1, Akaya 8, Ostrum 7, Roberts 4, Fisher 12.

Elementary Division

Larry Allen 39, FOP 30

Larry Allen: Lazich 15, Shives 7, Norris 1, Blake 2, Koontz 2, Sandridge 11, Michael 1.

FOP: Stubbs 9, Carbaugh 1, Nelson 3, Tribble 2, Conrad 2, Doleman 8, Somerhill 2, Mart 3.

AMVETS 36, Exchange 27

AMVETS: Steiner 2, Johnson 2, White 10, Murray 4, Luna 15, Baker 2, Bright 1.

Exchange: Davis 4, Crees 2, Burkholder 4, Ferguson 4, Hill 4, Mitchell 4, Dominquez 2, Myers 3.

Boonsboro Boys League

Grades 5-6

Championship game

AGLA 35, Subway 22

AGLA (17-0): Hamburg 15, Keller 2, Brown 2, Elzie 10, Harsh 6.

Subway: Bowles 13, Mahoney 5, Mason 4.



YOUTH HOCKEY

CBHL Midget U-16

Hagerstown Bulldogs 2, NOVA Ice Dogs 0

Bulldogs: Bryce Reeder, Savon Ambush goal each; Gage Clifford, Josh Barron assist each; Alex Huber shutout in goal.

Hagerstown Bulldogs 6, Richmond Royals 2

Bulldogs (18-2): Won CBHL title; Jake Quigley, Drew Lidbeck 2 goals each; Josh Barron, Drew Brooks goal each; Brian Dickman 2 assists; Matthew Stemper, Cody Fabiszak, Savon Ambush, J.R. Lowery assist each.

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