Peterson leads Saints to lax win

April 12, 2011

Tuesday, April 12, 2011


ST. JAMES — Jamie Peterson had five goals and two assists to lead Saint James to an 8-7 Mid-Atlantic Conference win over Sidwell Friends on Tuesday.

Ryan Doyle had three goals and an assist for the Saints (5-3, 1-0).


Maret 15, Saint James 2

WASHINGTON — Jeff Cook had an RBI single and Seung-Gon Yoo had two hits in Saint James’ Mid-Atlantic Conference loss to Maret.

Nico Gentile and Ben Holland each added a hit for the Saints (0-5, 0-5).

Saint James    000    02    —    2    5    3
Maret    024    (10)x    —    15    15     0
Wingerd, Morris (4), and Gentile. Beschloss and Muggin. LP — Wingerd (0-1). HR — M: Muggin (3rd, none on).

Heritage 11, CVCS 11

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Heritage Academy and Cumberland Valley Christian School were tied through 11 innings before the game was suspended due to darkness Monday. It will be continued at a later date.

Kyle Smith and Chad Lowry had four hits each and Nathan Patey, Bubba Kriner and Collin Poyle had two hits each for Heritage.

A.J. Dawson and Chris Owens had four hits and Tanner Propst and Nate Long had two hits each for CVCS.

Heritage    103    000    600    10    —    11    15    9
CVCS    002    030    500    10    —    11    13    1
Smith, Nigh (5), Sterner (7) and Kriner. Propst, Dawson (10), Owens (10) and Heckman.


Tuscarora 17, North Hagerstown 8

Bryan Wills had two goals and two assists for North Hagerstown in the loss Monday.

Niklas Grahn also had two goals for the Hubs, while Caleb Mittel and Brandon Brown each had a goal and an assist, Zach Eppard had a goal and eight ground balls, Peter Perini had a goal, Drew Brooks had an assist and Dave Paddack had nine saves.


Greencastle 3, Camp Hill 3

CAMP HILL, Pa. — Taylor Campbell had a goal and an assist for Greencastle-Antrim in its tie with Camp Hill on Monday.

Sarah Gipe and Heather Sanders each had a goal and Krista Kelly had six saves for the Blue Devils (4-0-2).


Clear Spring Little League

Jason Hose Mackintosh Yankees 8, J.R. Crampton Orioles 7

Yankees: Eric Bender, Cain Shaupt 2 hits each.

12U MABA Sunday League

Hagerstown Hornets 24, Hampstead Bandits 3

Hornets: Gage Kyler 3 hits, HR; Jake Arnone 3 hits; Levi Taylor, Malik Carey 2 hits, HR each; J.J. Clemmer HR.


Sharpsburg Little League

Shawley’s 12, Dreams Come True Farm 8

Shawley’s Carly Cline 3 hits, CG, 5 Ks; Hanna Stewart, Morgan Frazier 2 hits each.


Greencastle 3, Camp Hill 0

Greencastle: Alicia Crider, Abby Denkovich, Ally Murray goal each.


Tuscarora 9, North Hagerstown 2

North Hagerstown: Kyle Hewlett goal, assist; Reggie Daniel goal, 6 ground balls; Peter Durham 9 saves.


Rittenhouse commits to HCC

South Hagerstown senior Chip Rittenhouse recently committed to Hagerstown Community College for the fall season.

Rittenhouse was an All-Washington County Coaches and All-MVAL Antietam first-team goalkeeper for the Rebels last fall.


Mid-Maryland Sports Camps

The 37th annual Mid-Maryland Sports Camps will be held in June at St. Maria Goretti High School in Hagerstown.

The girls basketball session will be held June 13 to 17 and the girls volleyball session will be held June 20 to 24.

The camps are open to middle school and high school students. For information, contact Cokey Robertson at 301-824-6044.

National Pike Days 5K

The Clear Spring High School cross country team and Young Life of Washington County will host the National Pike Days 5K on May 21 at 8 a.m. Cost is $15 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under if received by May 1, and $20 for adults and $15 for children after May 1. All those who pre-register will be guaranteed a shirt. Top male and female finishers will earn awards. For more information or to receve an entry form, contact Matt Seifarth at 301-991-1697 or by e-mail at

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