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April 08, 2011
  • Boonsboro Middle School won the Washington County Boys Sixth-Grade Basketball championship and finished the season with a 14-0 record. From left to right: Front row -- Brooks Keller, Bryce Rogers and Keegan Bowles; Second row -- Matt Harsh, Jake Hardy, Stephen Smothers, Logan Saunders and Jaret Mahoney; Back row -- Coach Darrell Smothers, Hank Wells, Chandler Penn, Collin Reece and coaches Brad Keller and Ed Penn.
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Friday, April 8, 2011

MEN’S GOLF

HCC’s Weber 5th at Harford

ABERDEEN, Md. — Hagerstown Community College’s Zach Weber shot a 7-over-par 79 to place fifth out of 33 golfers at the Harford Invitational at Ruggles Golf Course.

HCC’s Jordan Wivell shot an 82 to tie for ninth.


WOMEN’S TENNIS

Tessa Doyle earns weekly honor

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Wilson College senior Tessa Doyle, a Smithsburg graduate, was named the NEAC West Division Women’s Tennis Student-Athlete of the Week.

She went 3-0 at No. 2 singles and 3-0 at No. 1 doubles, teaming with her sister, Mia Doyle.


BOYS LACROSSE

Brunswick 11, North Hagerstown 9

Zach Eppard led North Hagerstown with five goals and 12 ground balls in a loss to Brunswick.

Bryan Wills had a goal and an assist for the Hubs, while Caleb Mittel, Tyler Smith and Niklas Grahn had a goal each. Matt Helzer had an assist and six ground balls, and Brandon Brown and Peter Perini had an assist each for the Hubs.

North goalie Daved Paddack had eight saves.


JV BOYS LACROSSE

North Hagerstown 14, Brunswick 7

North: Reggie Daniel 4 goals, assist; Reed Jimenez, Kyle Hewlett 2 goals, 2 assists each; Scott Thomas 2 goals; Joe Hamiton goal, assist, 9 ground balls; Scott Davis goal, assist, 6 groundballs; Peter Durham 12 saves.


BOYS TRACK & FIELD

Southern Fulton 120, Mount Union 30

Southern Fulton 75.5, Chestnut Ridge 74.5

4x800 — Ch. Ridge 9:06.3; 110H — Dull (CR) 15.3; 100 — N/A (CR) 11.7; 1,600 — Toddie (CR) 4:58.9; 400 — Williams (SF) 53.3; 4x100 — Ch. Ridge 46.5; 300H — Dull (CR) 40.9; 800 — McKeekan (MU) 2:10.5; 200 — Williams (SF) 24.0; 3,200 — Voight (SF) 11:17; 4x400 — So. Fulton 3:51; High jump — Young (CR) 5-10; Long jump — Jacob Ashkettle (SF) 19-5; Triple jump — Young (CR) 42-11; Shot put — Jonah Ensor (SF) 41-4; Discus — Ensor (SF) 124-7; Javelin — Meyer (SF) 151-0; Pole vault — Dylan Cross (SF) 11-0.


GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

Southern Fulton 113, Mount Union 37

Southern Fulton 93, Chestnut Ridge 37

4x800 — So. Fulton 11:50.5; 100H — Kelsie Truax (SF) 17.4; 100 — Ceese (CR) 13.4; 1,600 — J. Hollenshead (SF) 5:46.1; 400 — Amy Bard (SF) 1:02.7; 4x100 — Ch. Ridge 55.4; 300H — Showalter (CR) 53.2; 800 — Bard (SF) 2:32.6; 200 — Creese (CR) 28.3; 3,200 — M. Hollenshead (SF) 12:36.6; 4x400 — Ch.Ridge 4:29.4; High jump — Showalter (CR) 5-0; Long jump — Smith (CR) 14-6; Triple jump — M. Holleshead (SF) 29-8; Shot put — Appel (SF) 30-7 1/2; Discus — Crawley (MU) 84-10; Javelin — Appel (SF) 92-4; Pole vault — Kostryk (CR) 7-0.


YOUTH LACROSSE

U15 boys

Smithsburg 11, Spires 4

Smithsburg (3-0): Trevor Madsen 3 goals, assist; Levi Schindel 3 goals; Garrett Brenk 2 goals, 7 assists; Bryce Scott 2 goals; Tyler Linn goal.


YOUTH BASEBALL

American Little League

Imagery by Andrea 18, Antietam Cable 2

Imagery: Hai Deip 2 hits, HR, 5 RBIs; Zion Gibson 3 hits, HR, 2 RBIs; Mulachi Williams 2 hits, HR; Chaz Keyes 3 hits, 2 RBIs; Sethen Thomas, Jayce Butts 3 hits, RBI each; Elijah Keyes, Jarrah Roberson 2 hits, 2 RBIs each.

Antietam: Mike Griffith 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Logan Ward, Nathaniel Miller, Caleb Smith 2 hits each.


GOLF

Schultz team third

PIKESVILLE, Md. — Beaver Creek professional Dirk Schultz combined with Hampshire Greens professional Bobby Ashton for a third-place finish in the recent two-man scramble in the PGA Middle Atlantic tournament.

Schultz and Ashton shot a 13-under-par 95, covering 27 holes over two days at Woodolme Country Club.

Beaver Creek’s Bill Hoffman and Fountain Head County Club’s Jim Schouller finished in a tie for ninth place with a 9-under 99. Yingling’s Golf Center pro Dave Grier teamed with Chris Oleson of University of Maryland for a 4-under 104.

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