Schultz gets off to slow start

June 26, 2011

Sunday, June 26, 2011


HERSHEY, Pa. — Beaver Creek professional Dirk Schultz began his first round on the back nine of the West Course at Hershey Country Club with three bogeys — a tough start to Sunday’s opening round of the 44th Players National Championship.

Schultz had six bogeys, two birdies and one eagle in his round that ended at 2-over-par 74 on the shorter 6,750-yard West Course. He will tee off Monday morning at 8:10 on the East Course, needing to finish in the top 70, with ties, to make the cut to Tuesday.

Three players opened with 66s and two-time defending champion Mike Small shot a 67.


Williamsport 17, Cecil County 4

Williamsport: Tyler Byers 2 hits, 5 RBIs; Brandon Greene 2 hits, 4 RBIs; Austin Stone, Dustin Gregory 2 hits each; Justin Lewis winning pitcher.

Williamsport 14, Cecil County 3

Williamsport: Charles Cvijanovich 3 hits, RBI; Austin Stone, James Shifler 2 hits, 2 RBIs each; Ahmere Ware 2 hits; Justin Lewis, Scott Bennett 2 RBIs each; John Britton 4-hitter, 4 Ks.

Williamsport 21, Mount Airy Post 191 1

Williamsport: Dustin Gregory 2 hits, 6 RBIs; Hunter McKinley 2 hits, HR, 5 RBIs; Brandon Greene, Austin Stone, Justin Lewis, Zane Schreiber 2 hits each; James Shifler winning pitcher, 2 Ks.

Williamsport 10, Mount Airy Post 191 0

Williamsport: Dustin Gregory HR, 2 RBIs; Ahmere Ware 2 RBIs, winning pitcher, 6 Ks; Zane Schreiber, Josh Moats 2 hits each.


Hagerstown PONY League

Susquehanna Bank 13, UAW 5

Susquehanna: Joe Forti 3 hits, grand slam, 5 RBIs; Airin Martin 3 hits, HR; Coby Byers 2 hits, HR; Jake Clemmer 2 hits; Stephen Ashby HR.

UAW: J.T. Altman 3 hits; Matt Clopper 2 hits, 2 RBIs; J.J. Cooper 2 hits.


Hagerstown Freedom second at Mountaineer Cup tourney

The Hagerstown Freedom ’99 finished second at the U12 Mountaineer Cup Tournament, falling 1-0 to Epic (W.Va.) in the championship game.

Catherin Kinman led the Freedom at the tournament with two goals, while Lexi Robinson, Taylor Neff and Lauren Aidoo each had one goal and Taylor Morgan had nine saves.

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