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HCC splits with Catonsville

May 02, 2011
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COLLEGE BASEBALL

CATONSVILLE, Md. — Marcellus Sumlin had two hits and two RBIs as Hagerstown Community College defeated Catonsville 8-6 Sunday in the second game of a doubleheader to salvage a split.

Josh Knupp and Jordan Thurber each had two hits and an RBI in the victory for HCC (31-20). Brian Lesher (1-3) allowed only two hits and an unearned run in 5 1/3 innings of relief to pick up his first college win.

The Hawks lost 2-1 in the first game. Danny Morris had two hits and an RBI for HCC.

Catonsville 2-6, HCC 1-8
Game 1
HCC    100    000    0    —    1    4    1
Catonsville    011    000    x    —    2    7    4
Sellers, Schaeffer (6) and Torres. Druzgala and Rossi. WP — Druzgala. LP — Sellers (2-4).
Game 2
HCC    125    000    0    —    8    9    1
Catonsville    230    100    0    —    6    6    3
Staley, Lesher (2) and Torres. Girdner, Hudson (3) and Murphy. WP — Lesher (1-3). LP — Girdner.



COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Chesapeake 9-6, HCC 0-5

WYE MILLS, Md. — Hagerstown Community College was swept in a Maryland JuCo Conference doubleheader to close out its regular season.

It was the Hawks’ fifth doubleheader in the last seven days and third in three days.

After getting shut out in the first game, HCC (12-13, 11-9) was edged in 10 innings in the second game.

Amanda Lizama had two hits, including a three-run homer, in the second game for the Hawks, while Brittany Heller had three hits and two RBIs and Mallory Wishard had two hits, including a double.

HCC will travel to Potomac State for a Region XX play-in game Tuesday against the College of Southern Maryland at 2 p.m. The winner will play Potomac State 20 minutes after the conclusion of the game.

Game 1
HCC    000    00    —    0    3    3
Chesapeake    504    0x    —    9    11    0
McDonough and Larrick. Labille and Ricks. WP — Labille. LP — McDonough (3-6).
Game 2
HCC    030    100    001    0    —    5    9    1
Chesapeake    002    020    001    1    —    6    10    0
Peomroy and Wishard. Robinson and Ricks. WP — Robinson. LP — Peomroy (6-5). HR — H: Lizama (2nd, two on).



PREP TRACK & FIELD

Northern Bedford Invitational

LOYSBURG, Pa. — Several area athletes had top-three performances at the Northern Bedford County Invitational.

Hancock had a trio of second-place finishers — Tyler Cheng in the boys pole vault (12-0), Stephen Starliper in the boys 3,200 (10:51.4) and Emily Johnson in the girls 100 hurdles (17.2).

Devin Repp placed second in the boys long jump (19-7 3/4) for Clear Spring.

For the Southern Fulton girls, Amy Bard won the 400 (1:00.5) and placed second in the 800 (2:27.4), and Macey Hollenshead was third in the 3,200 (12:36.9). For the Southern Fulton boys, Jacob Ashkettle was second in the 400 (53.0) and third in the triple jump (41-6), Steven Meyer was the runner-up in the javelin and Josh Voight placed third in the 3,200 (10:57.9).

Stan Morgan Invitational

CARLISLE, Pa. — Three area athletes won titles at the Stan Morgan Invitational.

James Buchanan’s Shane O’Neal won the boys 400 (49.71), while Waynesboro had two champs — Kyle Phillips in the boys 1,600 (4:24.70) and Maddie Sellers in the girls 100 (12.39).

Phillips also placed second in the 800 (2:01.03), and Sellers was second in the 200 (25.75).

Alex Yoder was second in the 100 (11.20) and third in the 200 (22.37) for the Greencastle boys, who took third in both the 4x100 (43.62) and 4x400 (3:31.36) and got a third-place finish from Ben Leitzel in the boys discus (119-3). Ashton Rockwell was the runner-up in the 100 hurdles (15.90) for the Greencastle girls.

The James Buchanan boys placed second in the 4x100 (43.59) and got a second-place finish from Liam Corcoran in the 1,600 (4:27.34).



BOYS TENNIS

Mercersburg 7, Hun School 2

at MERCERSBURG, Pa.

Singles — 1. Chris Seitz (H) d. Paul Kreifels, 6-0, 6-3; 2. Ben Bunjapamai (M) d. Matt Head, 6-3, 6-1; 3. Jason Lee (M) d. Peter Sendzik, 7-5, 6-2; 4. Ambert Lam (M) d. Dobrin Mitev 6-3, 6-3; 5. Eli Littlefield (M) d. Andrew Katz, 7-5, 6-4; 6. Julius Everks (M) d. Adam Greenfield, 6-4, 6-2.

Doubles — 1. Bunjapamai/Kreifels (M) d. Seitz/Mitev, 9-7; 2. Head/Sendzik (H) d. Lee/Lam, 8-1; 3. Littlefield/Everke (M) d. Katz/Nealon Suthersan, 8-3.

Record: Mercersburg, 4-4.

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Greencastle 3, Big Spring 0

GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Sarah Gipe, Abbey Denkovich and Sharen Juarez all scored for Greencastle-Antrim in a shut out over Big Spring.

Krista Kelly had five saves for the Blue Devils.



PREP GOLF

Mercersburg 239, Hun School 258

at Whitetail Golf Course, par 36

Mercersburg: Harrison Brink 36, Chuck Mellott 36, August Jonas 40, Otto Bunjapamai 41, Eli Woodworth 41.

Hun: Jack Horton 40, Taylor Smook 41, Jeff Kaminski 42, Ryan Bruvis 42, Peter Stoddard 46.

Record: Mercersburg 3-6.



JV BASEBALL

Smithsburg 9, Williamsport 7

Smithsburg: Kyle Dinterman 2 HRs, 6 RBIs; Ryan Bolton, James Shifler 2 hits each.

Williamsport: Emory Rowland 3 hits.

Smithsburg 12, Williamsport 5

Smithsburg: Colby Messersmith 3 hits, 3 RBIs; Ryan Bolton, Dylan Durning, Kyle Dinterman 2 hits each; Josh Miller 8 Ks.

Williamsport: Wyatt Screiver 3 hits.



JV SOFTBALL

Smithsburg 28, Williamsport 8

Smithsburg: Lindsay Clopper 2 hits; Krystal Holl 3 hits.

Smithsburg 19, Williamsport 0

Smithsburg: Jaime Scott 2 hits.



YOUTH LACROSSE

U13 Girls

Boonsboro (BAAA) 13, Middletown 8

Boonsboro: Lily Funke 4 goals, assist, 4 ground balls; Samantha Brandt 3 goals, 4 ground balls; Kaitlyn Ridenour 3 goals, assist, 4 ground balls; Bethany Doak 2 goals, assist, 2 ground balls; Hollis Gigeous goal, assist, 2 ground balls; Cassie Alvarado assist, 2 ground balls; Tori Traska 3 saves.

U11 Girls

Middletown 12, Boonsboro 7

Boonsboro: Makenna Luzier 3 goals, 4 ground balls; Gianni Blundell 2 goals; Maggi Stanton, Sara Bittinger goal each; Kaitlyn Rogers, Natalie Alvardo 5 ground balls each; Juel Selby, Carrie Jornlin, Camille Harrah 2 ground balls each; Samantha Pizzaro 4 saves.

U15 Boys

Middletown 8, Smithsburg 6

Smithsburg: Garrett Brenk 3 goals, 2 assists; Ben Busch goal, assist; Levi Schindel, Trevor Madsen goal each; Connor McNairn 5 ground balls.



YOUTH SOCCER

BBSL U15 Division 1

Clear Spring Blast 2, Cardiff Bluebirds 1

Blast (4-0-1): Tiago DeSouza, Derek Cermano goal each; Ryan Schnurr assist; Corey Ellis 8 saves.

Clear Spring Blast 4, Baltimore County Rapids 0

Blast: Corey Ellis 10 saves; Wes Wilson, Tiago DeSouza, Casey Goodrich, Jonathan Henesy goal each; Bradly Mills assist.

WAGSL U11 Girls

Hagerstown Freedom '99 0, MSC Panthers 0

Freedom (2-1-1): Madison Foltz 4 saves, Taylor Neff 3 saves.

LUYAA Chili Peppers 4, Hagerstown Freedom 2

Freedom: Lexi Robinson 2 goals; Madison Foltz 6 saves.

HAYSL U12 Girls

Team 1 Tigers 2, BAYSL Team 7 White 0

Tigers: Jessica Miller 2 goals; Erica Metz assist; Taylor Carpenter, Chloe Hadley, Chrissy Barnes 3 saves each.

Misfits 9, Clear Spring 2

Misfits: Maddie Gilliam 3 goals, 3 assists; Jordan Mason 2 goals; Natalie Scallion, Taylor Morgan goal, assist each; Carly Swope, Megan Frye, goal each; Carly Marcus assist each; Morgan 6 saves; Madison Foltz 3 saves; Taylor Mauck 2 saves.

HAYSL Team 2 Lime 7, Boonsboro Team 5 7

Lime: Megan Frey 4 goals, assist; Bailey Covington 2 goals; Jordan Mason goal, assist; Rosemary Delgado 2 saves.

Misfits 7, Greencastle 1

Misfits: Maddie Gilliam 2 goals, assist; Carly Marcus 2 goals, 4 saves; Natalie Scallion goal, assist; Taylor Morgan, Lili Foland goal each; Taylor Mauck 8 saves.

HAYSL U12 Co-ed

Gang Green 3, HAYSL Team No. 5 2

Green: Joseph Jacques 3 goals; Erica Metz 3 saves; Eduardo Elias 2 saves.

Gang Green 4, HAYSL Team No. 6 3

Green: Joseph Jacques 2 goals; Maddie Foland, Hunter Gourley goal each; Eduardo Elias 3 saves.

Team No. 3 3, Team No. 4 0

Team 3: Tanner Vonstein 3 goals; Dylan Johnson assist; Lorenzo Conde-Deaner 3 saves.

Smurfs of Doom 4, Team 5 2

Smurfs: Bright Djampa 2 goals; Reilly Weisman goal, 4 saves; Sean O'Callaghan goal, 3 saves; Brandi Binkley 2 saves; Andre Sherrell assist.

Team No. 6 4, Blue Thunder 3

Team 6: Ian Ferguson 3 goals; Scotty Huffman, William Young assist each; Brandon Young 4 saves; Young 2 saves.

U10 Girls      

HAYSL Leopards 4, BAYSO Team 7 0

Leopards: Kaiya Rhodes, Elizabeth Shank 2 goals, assist each; Hannah Permenter assist, 2 saves; Lucy Covington 5 saves.

Purple Cheetahs 12, Boonsboro Team No. 9 0

Cheetahs: Emily Askin 3 goals; Kiera O'Reilly, Sophie  Bowen, Molly Lancaster, Alyse Anderson 2 goals each; Ashley Frey goal; Ryckel Bean 2 assists.

Misfits 10, Clear Spring 2

Misfits: Brittany Jenkins 3 goals, assist; Elisabeth Shank 3 goals; Anna Wilt, Keri Scallion goal, assist each; Madison Mertz 2 goals; Olivia Gilroy 9 saves.

U10 Boys

Team No. 1 2, Color Blind 0

Color Blind: Dylan Morgan 9 saves.

Team No. 3 5, Color Blind 0

Color Blind: Dylan Morgan 6 saves; Joshua Taggart 7 saves.

Blue Flames 2, Team No. 2 1

Blue Flames: Slate Eichelberger, Trevor  Willard:  goal each; Nathan Roberts 3 saves; Trevor  Willard 2 saves.

Team No. 2 6, Blue Flames 1

Blue Flames: Raed Haq goal.

U16 Co-ed  

Team No. 3 6, Team No. 4 0

Team 3: Colton Shingler, Camren Clever 2 goals, assist each; Jeb Shingler goal, assist; Chad Kim goal; Joe Rohr, Colton Shingler, Daniel Lee assist each.

U16 Girls

Orange Fusion 3, Boonsboro 1

Orange Fusion: Alexis Poper, Marissa Freeman, Jasemine Lee goal each; Alisha Swope assist, 2 saves; Lexi Sterling 4 saves.

U14 Girls

Tuscarora 3, HAYSL Predators 2

Predators: Paige Grenada, Emma Baer goal each; Alisha Swope 2 saves.



YOUTH SOFTBALL

Washington County Girls League

Middle School Division

Sudz 21, Centra Bank 0

Sudz: Haley Demory and Corrine Jones combined for shutout; Jenna Lipinkski, Kristen Mellott, Jen Bowers, Kiersten Yeakle 2 hits each.

Sudz 12, Capitol Builders 2

Sudz: Abbi Talbert HR; Talbert and Haley Widmyer combined for 11 Ks.

Capitol: Sarah Kindle 4-hitter.

Sudz 17, Hub City Lindyhoppers 2

Sudz: Lake Easterday and Kristen Mellott combined for 9 Ks; Easterday, Jen Bowers 2 hits each.

Sharpsburg Minor League

Sharrett 10, Jefferson Tsunamis 1

Sharrett: Rachel Roupe 5 hits; Brianna Pittsnogle 4 hits; Madison Taylor, Hayden Mentzer 3 hits each; Carly Kidwell, Kamilyn Fotta 2 hits each.



YOUTH BASEBALL

Conococheague Minor League

Valley Storage 10, Chesapeake Financial 0

Valley: Brenden Farrar 3 hits; Mason Patterson, Jayden Eichelberger, Spencer Cutter, Nathan Artz 2 hits each.

R.J. Mason 6, Moose 4

Mason: Colby Slusarz 2 hits, 10 Ks; Trace Draper, Tim Franklin, Cade Berger 2 hits each.

Moose: Ian Peck 2 hits; Zach Spitzer 9 Ks.

Hagerstown PONY League

FOP 9, Susquehanna Bank 6

FOP: Eugene Byers 3 hits; Jordan Stonebreaker 2-run HR; Luke Harsh, Mike Wollard 2 RBIs each.

Susquehanna Bank: Airin Martin 2-run HR.

Sharpsburg Little League

Dynacorp 11, Lions Club 0

Dynacorp: Dalton Shank, Nate Liefke 2 hits each.

C&C Construction 15, Nutter’s Ice Cream 6

C&C: Josh Grimm 2 hits; Brady Ingram 5 Ks.

Smithsburg Little Sluggers

Meadows Insurance 7, Jeter Paving 5

Meadows: Clayton Fazenbaker 2 hits; Mitchell Schooler, Cameron Day, Jackson Sindaco combined for 16 Ks.

Jeter: Zach Clark 3 hits; Jacob Pence 2 hits.

Brocroft Kennels 14, Basement Barber Shop 7

Brocroft: Domenic Rucci, Chase Cohen, Aidyn Smith 4 hits each; Aiden Ensor, Cayden Palamar 3 hits each; Leo Worton, Brady Wiles, Jaylyn Nieman 2 hits each.

Basement: Austin Jiron 3 hits; Ben Viera, Alex Savard, Bradley Levinson 2 hits each.

Valley Little League

7-8 Division

Collins' Appliance 3, Food Pro 2

Collins': Jackson Reed, Toby Hollar, Jahvel Chapman 2 hits each.

Food Pro: Connor Bowers 2 hits.

West End Minor League

Hopewell Sheet Metal 16, Martin’s 7

Hopewell: Julius Brown, Isaiah Dillinger, Carl Wagner 4 hits each; Jamal Rios, Seth Hollar, Madeline Gross 3 hits each; Cody Durboraw 2 hits.



BRIEF

City games moved to North

Today’s baseball, softball and tennis contests between North Hagerstown and South Hagerstown high schools have been moved from South to North. The tennis match will begin at 4:30 p.m., and the baseball and softball games will start at 4:45.

South will host North in softball and tennis on May 10, and the South-North baseball game that day will be played at Municipal Stadium at 7 p.m.

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