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April 21, 2011
  • The Hagerstown Gators swim team captured the 10-and-under boys championship at the 2011 East Field South District YMCA meet at the Fairland Aquatic Center in Laurel, Md., in March. From left to right: James Carden, Cole Thumann, Jack Kothari, Jared Semler, Cade Thumann and Del Carden.
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Thursday, April 21, 2011

PREP BASEBALL

SMITHSBURG — Justin Lewis went 3-for-4 wth a double and three RBIs, and Boonsboro rapped out 15 hits and took advantage of nine walks to beat Smithsburg 14-4 in six innings in the MVAL Antietam on Thursday.

Ryan Ruiz, Brian Cibula and Josh Grim each had two hits for Boonsboro (6-5, 4-4). Cibula and Grim each doubled, Grim drove in two runs and Cibula struck out four in two innings in relief of Nathan Hardy (2-2), who got the win with four innings of work.

Brad Spickler had two hits for Smithsburg (4-5, 2-5).

Boonsboro    150    602    —    14    15    1
Smithsburg    001    300    —    4    5    2
Hardy, Cibula (5) and Gregory. Stickler, Daniels (3), Eyler (5) and Crummitt. WP — Hardy (2-2). LP — Stickler.

South Hagerstown 15, Middletown 12

The Rebels scored eight runs in the third inning, but needed a four-run sixth to put away Middletown and halt a three-game losing streak.

Hunter Phillips hit a two-run homer and Luke Toms added a solo shot in the third for the Rebels (5-3). Toms and Trevor Haupt each had two hits.

Middletown    500    240    1    —    12    8    2
South    308    004    x    —    15    9    3
Robinson, Beckner (3) and Warrenfeltz. Hess, Ware (4), May (6), Miller (7) and Haupt. WP — May. LP — Beckner. HR — SH: Phillips (3rd, one on), Toms (3rd, none on).

Heritage Academy 13, Shalom 3

Heritage Academy plated 10 runs in the first inning to rout Shalom Christian in five innings.

Chad Lowry, Jacob Barr and Bubba Kriner had two hits each for the Eagles (3-1, 3-0).

Shalom    001    02    —    3    4    1
Heritage    (10)00    03    —    13    8    2
Witman, Wenger (1), Crilley (5) and Crilley, Witman (5). Smith, Nigh (2), Kriner (5) and Kriner, Patey (5). WP — Smith (1-0). LP — Witman.

Flint Hill 13, Saint James 3

SAINT JAMES — Patrick Morris had two hits, including a double, and scored two runs for Saint James in a five-inning Mid-Atlantic Conference loss to Flint Hill.

Seung-Gon Yoo had two hits and an RBI for the Saints (0-6, 0-6).

Flint Hill    023    80    —    13    9    2
Saint James    001    02    —    3    4    3
Grosh and Crummer. Beckel, Wingerd (4), Vitkun (5) and Gentile, Abbott (3). WP — Grosh. LP — Beckel (0-2).

Chambersburg 5, Central Dauphin 2

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Drew Stonesifer had two hits, including a double, and three RBIs to lead Chambersburg past Central Dauphin.

Andrew Byers had two hits, including a two-run double, and Mitch Warner had five strikeouts for the Trojans (7-1).

Cent. Dauphin    001    100    0    —    2    4    0
Chambersburg    004    010    x    —    5    9    4
Funk and Romberger. Warner and Graham. WP — Warner (3-0). LP — Funk.

Everett 10-8, Southern Fulton 0-6

EVERETT, Pa. — Zach Morton had a double as Southern Fulton was shut out by Everett in the opener of a doubleheader sweep.

In the nightcap, Morton had three hits, including a triple, and an RBI for the Indians (2-5). Seth Hall had two hits and an RBI, Ryan Harper had three hits and Jake Fitz added two hits and two RBIs.

Game 1
So. Fulton    000    00    —    0    1    5
Everett    231    32    —    10    9    0
Morton, Elbin (4), Litton (4) and Munson. Droz and Stover. WP — Droz. LP — Morton (0-1).
Game 2
Everett    000    053    0    —    8    11    2
So. Fulton    032    100    0    —    6    13    0
Droz, Morral (3) and Stover. Hall, Harper (5), Clingerman (7) and Munson. WP — Morral. LP — Harper (1-3).

Greencastle 10, Big Spring 7

NEWVILLE, Pa. — Denton Ensminger had three hits, including a two-run homer and a double, and finished with four RBIs to lead Greencastle-Antrim past Big Spring.

Drew DeShong had three doubles and two RBIs, Denver Cordell had two hits with a triple, Chad Miller had two hits and two RBIs, Adam Moore and Devin Schaeffer each had two hits and Schaeffer struck out 10 to pick up the win for the Blue Devils (5-2).

Greencastle    112    301    2    —    10    16    1
Big Spring    012    000    4    —    7    8    0
Schaeffer, Young (7) and Moore. Richmond and Wilson. WP — Schaeffer (2-1). LP — Richmond. S — Young (2). HR — G: Ensminger (3rd, one on).

Waynesboro 15, Gettysburg 2

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Cody Bumbaugh had three hits and four RBIs to lead Waynesboro past Gettysburg in five innings.

Brett Rosenberry had a two-run homer and Cole Warrenfeltz added a bases-loaded triple to highlight a seven-run second for the Indians (4-6).

Gettysburg    100    01    —    2    5    6
Waynesboro    173    3x    —    14    9    1
Purdy, Pusker (2), Robertson (3), Storm (4) and Martin. Bailey and Bumbaugh. WP — Bailey. LP — Purdy. HR — W: Rosenberry (3rd, one on).



PREP SOFTBALL

Williamsport 3, FSK 2

UNION BRIDGE, Md. — Kayla Ewing went 3-for-3 with an RBI triple in the third inning and the game-winning RBI double in the fifth for the Wildcats.

Ariah Giles pitched a five-hitter — allowing just one hit and no runs after the first inning — for Williamsport (5-7). She walked two and struck out eight.

Williamsport    002    010    0    —    3    6    0
FSK    200    000    0    —    2    5    3
Giles and Ewing. Lewelling and Cox. WP — Giles (5-6). LP — Lewelling.

Clear Spring 11, Hancock 0

HANCOCK — Clear Spring belted nine hits and Hancock helped with six errors in a five-inning game.

Heather Schlotterbeck, Haley Thorn, Tori Albert and Jose Stotler had two hits each for the Blazers (6-5).

Tatum True had two hits for Hancock (3-4).

Clear Spring    052    13    —    11    10    3
Hancock    000    00    —    0    2    3
Forrest, Drury (4) and Knable. Harvey and Martin. WP — Forrest (5-4). LP — Harvey.

Middletown 10, South Hagerstown 8

MIDDLETOWN, Md. — Courtney Showe and Shayna Bickford each had two hits and Bickford drove in two runs for South Hagerstown (0-10) in a loss to Middletown.

South    304    010    0    —    8    9    2
Middletown    072    010    x    —    10    7    3
Bickford, Hinkle (2) and Showe. Harris and Montgomery. WP — Harris. LP — Hinkle.

Greencastle 4, Big Spring 0

GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Autumn Appleby tossed a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts to lead the Blue Devils past Big Spring.

Jenna Crunkleton had two hits, Tiffany Briggs hit an RBI triple and Brittany Norling added an RBI single and a sacrifice fly for Greencastle-Antrim (5-1, 4-1 Mid-Penn Colonial).

Big Spring    000    000    0    —    0    3    2
Greencastle    020    002    x    —    4    7    1
Pastor and Baker. Appleby and Byers, German (2). WP — Appleby (3-1). LP — Pastor.

Waynesboro 10, Gettysburg 3

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Erin Lisko had three hits and two RBIs, and Kaelyn Ashway added two hits and three RBIs as Waynesboro pounded out 17 hits.

Briann Dickinson and Dani Miller had three hits each, and Megan Baker added two hits and two RBIs for the Maidens (5-4, 4-3 Mid-Penn Colonial).

Waynesboro    212    005    0    —    10    17    2
Gettysburg    210    000    0    —    3    6    1
Good and Fahrney. Clouser and Sash. WP — Good (2-1). LP — Clouser.

McConnellsburg 13, Forbes Road 5

HUSTONTOWN, Pa. — Sarah Pollock hit a two-run single and drove in two more runs on sacrifice flies to lead McConnellsburg.

Brandi Welsh doubled and drove in two runs, and Gabby Danner also drove in two runs for the Spartans (2-5). Taylor Morton added a double.

McConn’burg    160    051    0    —    13    6    4
Forbes Road    300    100    1    —    5    8    5
Clippinger and Lilley. Danner and McQuade. WP — Danner (2-5). LP — Clippinger.

Everett 11-5, Southern Fulton 10-3

EVERETT, Pa. — Maddie Mellott had two doubles and four RBIs for Southern Fulton, but the Indians lost to Everett in the opener of a doubleheader sweep.

Taylor Morton had three hits and Kelsey White hit a double, drove in a run and struck out eight for Southern Fulton (3-3).

In the nightcap, Marley Elbin had two hits and struck out five, and Taylor Leasure added two hits for the Indians.

Game 1
So. Fulton    001    015    3    —    10    12    4
Everett    100    370    x    —    11    7    2
White and Leasure. Clark and Brallier. WP — Clark. LP — White (1-2).
Game 2
Everett    040    100    0    —    5    10    2
So. Fulton    003    000    0    —    3    6    2
Whitfield and Layton. Elbin and Leasure. WP — Whitfield. LP — Elbin (2-1).



GIRLS LACROSSE

Saint James 16, Foxcroft 6

SAINT JAMES — Leah Peterson had five goals and an assist to lead Saint James past Foxcroft.

Kayla Peterson had three goals and four assists, Lena Tilsworth and Megan McSillen had two goals each, Madison Fahey had two goals and two assists, Margaret Bacon and Morgan Stephens each had a goal and Kate Sweeney made six saves for the Saints (4-2).



GIRLS SOCCER

Grace Academy 6, Broadfording 0

Marley Weagly scored two goals to lead the Knghts past the Lions in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

Kelsey Koontz, Caitlin Cox, Jeanie Stonestreet and Anna Bunting each added a goal, Victoria Broadwater had an assist and Tori Aikens made three saves for Grace.

Heritage Academy 1, Shalom 0

Callie Butts scored the game-winning goal on a corner kick by Stephanie O’Brien to lead Heritage Academy (5-2-1) past Shalom Christian in overtime in a Mason-Dixon Christian Conference game.

Kamry Baum made nine saves for Shalom.

Northern 1, Greencastle 0

GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Lauren Berry scored the game-winning goal to lead Northern over Greencastle-Antrim.

Krista Kelly made eight saves for the Blue Devils.



UNIFIED TRACK & FIELD

Results from Wednesday’s Washington County co-ed meet at North Hagerstown:

100 meters (heat 1) — 1. Tanner Younker (Hancock) 15.75 seconds; 2. Lois Montez (North Hagerstown) 16.69; 3. Chris McKenzie (Clear Spring) 18.5.

100 meters (heat 2) — 1. Rukia Medley (North Hagerstown) 15.97; 2. Alexis Lockley (North Hagerstown) 16.51; 3. Jasmine Cruz (North Hagerstown) 1:05.3.

100 meters (wheelchair) — 1. Kellen Weeks (Boonsboro) 2:03.3.

200 meters — 1. Sami Kriner (Clear Spring) 32.0; 2. Sam Banzhoff (Clear Spring) 37.4.

400 meters (heat 1) — 1. Gabe Schneider (Clear Spring) 1:01.8; 2. Charles Collin (North Hagerstown) 1:04.3; 3. Hannah Violet (Boonsboro) 1:35.1.

400 meters (heat 2) — 1. Peyton Wallach (North Hagerstown) 1:17.2; 2. Lauren Serafini (North Hagerstown) 1:28.8; 3. Winston Jones (North Hagerstown) 1:53.7.

400 meters (wheelchair) — 1. Adam Barnhart (North Hagerstown) 3:42.3.

800 meters: 1. Lana McDowell (Boonsboro) 3:09.0; 2. Dzyanis Bradau (North Hagerstown) 3:37.3.

4x100 relay — 1. Clear Spring (Kriner, Cline, Schneider, Banzhoff) 1:03.3; 2. North Hagerstown 1:12.2.

Long jump — 1. Gabe Schneider (Clear Spring) 4.43 meters; 2. Hannah Violet (Boonsboro) 3.15; 3. Sam Banzhoff (Clear Spring) 2.62.

Shot put — 1. Charles Collin (North Hagerstown) 14.25 meters; 2. Chris Farley (Hancock) 9.40; 3. Lauren Serafini (North Hagerstown) 7.60.

Turbo javelin — 1. Tanner Younker (Hancock) 25.51 meters; 2. Lana McDowell (Boonsboro) 16.60; 2. Sami Kriner (Clear Spring) 12.06.



BOYS TRACK & FIELD

Boonsboro 99, North Hagerstown 44

4x800 — Boonsboro 10:38;  110H — Jordy Hose (N) 16.40; 100 — Matt Toth (N) 11.60; 1,600 — Josh Testa (B) 5:03.80; 4x200 — North Hagerstown 1:35.70; 400 — Rodney Flora (B) 54.10; 3,200 — Eric Ryberg (B) 12:03; 300H — Coby Gussio (B) 41.20; 200 — Aaron Miranda (B) 24.10; 800 — Aaron Waters (N) 2:12.50; 4x100 — North Hagerstown 44.00; High Jump — Kenny Kopp (B) 6-0; Pole Vault — Kenny Kopp (B) 11-0; Long Jump — Coby Gussio (B) 22-10; Triple Jump — Eric Ryberg (B) 33-3; Discus — John Lowery (B) 119-10; Shot Put — John Lowery (B) 49-9 1/2.



GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

Boonsboro 76, North Hagerstown 55

4x800 — Boonsboro 11:59; 100H — Maggie Sullivan (B) 16.00; 100 — Abby Duncan (B) 12.90; 1,600 — Emily Ward (N) 5:32; 4x200 — North Hagerstown 1:50.40; 400 — Abby Duncan (B) 59.80; 3,200 — Bridgette Nitza (B) 14.22; 300H — Corie Anderson (N) 48.40; 200 — Emily Cronise (B) 27.80; 800 — Emily Ward (N) 2.33.30; 4x100 — North Hagerstown 51.50; High Jump — Beth Wagner (N) 5-4; Pole Vault — Megan Deckert (B) 8-6; Long Jump — Maggie Sullivan (B) 16-2; Discus — Becky Young (B) 100-7; Shot Put — Becky Young (B) 34-7.



BOYS TENNIS

Clear Spring 5, South Hagerstown 0

Singles — 1. Zac O’Neal (CS) d. Kevin Henson, 7-5, 6-0; 2. Brandon Kesselring (CS) d. Frederick Huang, 6-3, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Tyler Brown/Gavin Myers (CS) d. Anthoney Dankulich/Jean-Claude Coomer, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Corey McClure/Cory Caudell (CS) d. Timmy Winston/George Canova, 6-3, 6-4; 3. Mike Snyder/Sam Morris (CS) d. Lucas Bagley/Zach Ricker, 6-1, 6-0.

Records: Clear Spring 10-1, 7-1; South 1-9, 1-7.



GIRLS TENNIS

Clear Spring 5, South Hagerstown 0

Singles — 1. Megan Crowl (CS) d. Tinuke Adetunji, 6-4, 7-6 (2); 2. Miranda Kearney (CS) d. Isabella Narti, 6-3, 6-1.

Doubles — 1. Ashlyn Long/Bethani Jenkins (CS) d. Maddi Niang/Nicole Thompson, 6-1, 6-2; 2. Miranda Speak/Dominique Forsman (CS) d. Brianna Green/Sonali Singh, 6-0, 6-2; 3. Samantha Michael/Anje Garner (CS) d. Asia Anderson/Grace Porter, 6-2, 6-0.

Records: Clear Spring 11-0, 8-0; South 1-8, 0-7.



COLLEGE SOFTBALL

HCC’s Wishard signs with D&E

Hagerstown Community College sophomore Mallory Wishard, a Waynesboro High School graduate, will continue her career at Davis & Elkins, an NCAA Division II program that plays in the West Virginia Conference.

Fairmont State 3-4, Shepherd 0-2

FAIRMONT, W.Va. — Shepherd University managed just two runs in losing both games of a West Virginia Conference doubleheader to Fairmont State.

The Falcons (17-21, 8-8) plated three runs in the sixth inning to win the opener. Megan Holmes went 2-for-3 to lead the Rams (30-13, 19-5). Nichole Pitcock was a hard-luck loser, allowing four hits and six walks while striking out seven.

In the nightcap, Shepherd took advantage of two Falcons errors in the first inning and got an RBI single by Amber Dudek to take a 2-0 lead.

After tying the game with a run in the first and another in the third, Fairmont State plated a pair of runs in the fourth to finish the sweep.



MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER

Grace Academy 5, Broadfording 0

Grace (5-3): Alexa Reyes 2 goals; Shanne Smith, Sara Smith, Miranda Binkley goal each; Madison Null 2 assists; Macie Null assist.



GOLF

Hudlow gets first ace

Caleb Hudlow of Boonsboro recorded his first hole-in-one Thursday at Yingling’s Golf Center in Hagerstown. He scored the ace on the 105-yard 15th hole, using a sand wedge. His playing partners were Nick Alongi and Josh Harwood, both of Boonsboro.



YOUTH BASEBALL

American Little League

Goodwill 36, Antietam Fire Co. 10

Goodwill: Nathan Conyers 4 hits, 2 HRs; Branden Durning 4 hits, HR; Jasiah Stubbs 4 hits; Alfonso White, Dezmen Johnson 3 hits each; Zion Young HR.

Antietam: Dakota Dotson, Marquie Hoffman, Quiezhee Gantt 2 hits each.

American Minor League

Goodwill 5, L&C Cleaning 1

Goodwill: Cameron Riddick 3 hits; Quintin Rice, Desean Grubbs 2 hits each.

Clear Spring Little League

K&E Construction 10, Weaver Paving 4

K&E: Tyler Hill, Cole Edwards 3 hits each; Joe Micco, Josh Coliflower 2 hits each.

Weaver: A.J. Yost 2 hits.

Conococheague Minor League

Valley Storage 8, Tony’s Pizza 2

Valley Storage: Brenden Farrar, Spencer Cutter 2 hits each; Jaden Eichelberger 8 Ks.

Tony’s: Hunter Turner, Blake Benchoff 2 hits each.

Hagerstown PONY League

FOP 5, Centra Bank 4

FOP: Jordan Stonebreaker 3 hits, HR, 4 Ks; Jeff Bennett 2 hits, 2 RBIs.

Centra: Zach Barr HR, 2 RBIs.

Federal Minor League

Dr. Handyman 8, Par Delivery 5

Dr. Handyman: Bronson Taylor 3 hits; Carter Framilla, Seth Whalen, Brandon Dillard 2 hits each.

Par Delivery: Myles Keats, Donnie Dintamin 3 hits each; Carter Conroy, Micheal Keats 2 hits each.

Halfway Little League

Carpet Gallery 6, Sharrett 5

Sharrett: Ryan Downes 3 hits, 2 HRs.

Interleague

Dorsey 16, Sportsland 1

Dorsey: Clayton Chirdon 4 hits; Jared Durning 3 hits, HR, 5 RBIs; Dylan Eyler 3 hits, HR; Trevor Hatcher, Chase Molany 2 hits each.

Maugansville Little League

Maugans Oil 26, Brewers 0

Maugans Oil: Zack Toth 4 hits, 2 HRs; Micky Haupt 2 hits, HR; Ben Gazzola 2 hits.

Maugansville Ruritan 2, Home Care Pharmacy 1

Maugansville: Reid Wallech Hoyt Chaney combined no-hitter; Wallech 10 Ks; Chaney 4 Ks.

Home Care: Bret Fogle 2-hitter, 13 Ks.

Maugansville Minor League

Scott’s Speed Shop 10, OneSeventeenAV 8

Scott’s: Isaiah Reed, Conor Hawkins 3 hits each; Blake Sarver, Cole Brechbill, Joseph Gomez, Craig Clark, Harrison Hoover 2 hits each.

OneSeventeen: Josh Rhodes 3 hits, HR; Ian Klick, Lucas George 3 hits each; Damon Martin, Samuel Martin, Logan Hine 2 hits each.

National Little League

FOP 11, Crampton 5

FOP: Colton Repp 3 hits; Chad Shumaker, Lindsay Bedregal HR each; Mitch Wilson 9 Ks.

Crampton: Jamerion Doleman 2 hits; Chandler Penn HR.

National Minor League

Western Maryland 18, Antietam 11

Western MD: Thomas Talbott-Reed 4 hits; Alex Allen 3 hits; Cory Giffin 2 hits, 5 Ks; Howie Robinson 2 hits.

Antietam: Devon King, Carter Stottlemeyer 2 hits each.

Smithsburg Little Sluggers

Jeter Paving 7, Donnie’s Plumbing 3

Jeter: Bryce Keller, Jacob Pence 2 hits each.

Valley 7-8

Allegany Dental 5, Holcim Cement 4

Allegany: Ethan Amos 2 hits; Alex Neus 2 hits; Kadin Holmes 2 hits.

Holcim: Joshua Black 3 hits; Ethan Plasterer 2 hits; Jacob Vance 2 hits.

West End Little League

Stags 16, FOP 12

FOP: Cade Shifflett 2 hits.

AFL-CIO 22, FOP 7

AFL-CIO: Jordan Washington 2 HRs; Shawn Hickman, Alaric Hickman, Will Stoey 2 hits each.

West End Minor League

Hopewell Sheet Metal 13, Martin’s 4

Hopewell: Julius Brown, Seth Hollar, Isiah Dillger, Izaiah Dillinger, Carl Wagner, Cody Durbrow 3 hits each; Jaheim Broadnax 2 hits.

Hopewell Sheet Metal 18, West End Shell 6

Hopewell: Julius Brown, Jamal Rios, Iziah Dillinger, Madeline Gross 4 hits each; Seth Hollar, Carl Wagner, Cody Durbrow, Jaheim Broadnax 3 hits each; Josh Washington 2 hits.



YOUTH SOFTBALL

Sharpsburg Minor League

Connelly’s 10, Stylin’ 5

Connelly’s: Madison Taylor 5 hits; Madison Griffith 4 hits; Hannah May, Emily Tobery, Holly Nash, Hayden Mentzer, Olivia Stann 3 hits each; Cadence Schuster, Alyssa Dewaal 2 hits each.

Stylin’: Kayla Kennedy, Emma Wade, Hayden Hetzer, Everly Harsh, Victoria Harder 3 hits each; Courtney Burgan, Alyssa Moser 2 hits each.

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