Former HCC coach helps lead NJCAA champs

March 20, 2011

Sunday, March 20, 2011


HUTCHINSON, Kan. — Former Hagerstown Community College head coach Ryan Devlin just completed his second season as assistant coach at College of Southern Idaho, which defeated Midland (Texas) 72-64 on Saturday night in the NJCAA Division I championship game.

Devlin is a Waynesboro graduate and former standout athlete for the Indians.


Rams lose twice at tourney

SALEM, Va. — Shepherd dropped a pair of games Sunday at the West Virginia Wesleyan Tournament, falling 1-0 to Bloomsburg and 7-2 to California (Pa.).

Casie Mand hit a two-run single for Shepherd (13-8).


Seton Hill 8, Shepherd 1

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Aaron Scoville went 4-for-5 and Brian Collins was 3-for-4 with a double for Shepherd (5-8, 1-5) in a WVIAC loss to Seton Hill (9-5, 6-0) on Sunday.


Western Maryland U15 Boys

Hagerstown Saints 16, Boonsboro 0

Hagerstown: Ewing 3 goals, 3 assists, O'Malley goal, 2 assists; Barhnart, Milligan, S. Brown 2 goals each; D. Brown, Iqbal goal and assist each; Spinnler, Tapley, Patterson, Hackett, Askin goal each; Patterson, Tribble, Barnhart 7 ground balls each.

U13 Girls

Boonsboro 14, Walkersville 10

Boonsboro: Kaitlyn Ridenour 4 goals, 7 ground balls; Lily Funke 3 goals, 3 ground balls; Samantha Brandt 3 goals; Bethany Doak 2 goals; Hollis Gigeous goal, 4 ground balls; Caroline Brunelle goal, 3 ground balls; Mackenzie Peperak 3 ground balls; Tori Traska 10 saves.


Baltimore Beltway U15

Clear Spring Blast 4, Chesapeake 1

Clear Spring: Jonothan Henesy goal, 2 assists; Bradly Mills, Ryan Varron, Wes Wilson goal each; Tiago DeSouza 2 assists.


Eighth-grade boys

Martinsburg March Madness Tournament

Hagerstown Wildcats 65, Fitzway 26

Hagerstown: Smith 13, Barr 10, Boutilier 10, Lazich 10, Akaya 8, Fiery 6, Steiner 4, Kelbaugh 4.

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