Federal, Sharpsburg 9-10s stay alive

June 29, 2011

Tuesday, June 28, 2011


Federal broke out the bats for a second straight night Tuesday, routing West End 16-4 in a Maryland District 1 9-10 Tournament losers’ bracket game at Federal.

After scoring five runs in their second-round loss, Federal has stayed alive by scoring 44 runs in its last two contests.  

Camden Casey had four hits, Luke O’Dell had three and Seamus Murray added two for Federal, which travels to National for an elimination game tonight.

Sharpsburg 16, South Mountain 3

BOONSBORO — Dalton Shank and Josh DeRocher each had three hits to highlight Sharpsburg’s 14-hit attack in a win over South Mountain in a District 1 9-10 losers’ bracket game.

Shank had a pair of doubles and three RBIs and DeRocher drove in two runs for Sharpsburg, which plays at Hancock tonight. T.J. Kalagher and Max Crist each had two hits for the winners.

Five Sharpsburg pitchers limited South Mountain to two hits.

Hagerstown PONY League

Eagles 16, Firefighters 15

Eagles: Caleb Cardone 3 hits; Sloane Bendell 2 hits, HR; Cody Hammond HR, 2 RBIs; Alex Wetzel 2 RBIs.

Firefighters: Garrett Spinks 3 hits, 2 HRs, 5 RBIs; Caleb Demmontez, Logan Taulton, Tyler George 2 hits each; Carbin Rowland 2 RBIs.

Susquehanna Bank 8, Red Men 7

Susquehanna: Stephen Ashby game-winning RBI double; Coby Byers HR, 3 RBIs; Dylan Bickford 2 hits.

Red Men: Sinjin Shoop 2 hits, HR; Billy Miller 2 hits; Matt Shipley 2 RBIs.

UAW 13, FOP 3

UAW: J.T. Altman 4 hits; Chase Eichelberger 2 hits, 3 RBIs; Cole Conrad 2 hits, HR; J.J. Cooper, Jacob Lee 2 hits each; Casey Elbin 2 RBIs.

FOP: Luke Harsh HR, 2 RBIs.


Funkstown 11, Brunswick 1

FUNKSTOWN — Ryan Sword, Jake Bachtell, Trevor Haupt and Jack Schwartz each had two hits as Funkstown Post 211 beat Brunswick in a Western Maryland District game.

Brad Spickler went the distance to earn the win for Funkstown (9-1, 7-1).


Wash. County Co-Rec League

Breakaway’s II 7, Mafia 304 6

Breakaway’s: Dale Reed 3 hits, HR; Brad Harvey 3 hits; Shana Gaver 2 hits.

Deafnet 12, Northwestern 6

Deafnet: Jaron Whitehurst 4 hits, 4 RBIs; Michele Edwards 3 hits, HR, 4 RBIs; Shannon Bierman, Chris Fraley 2 hits each.


Miguel wins Junior qualifier

Andrew Miguel won the Washington County Juniors Yingling’s No. 2 Qualifier, shooting a 2-over-par 56.

Scot Drury finished second, two shots back with a 58.

Play continues Thursday at Beaver Creek.


At Beaver Creek

Visiting Club: Montgomery Country Club

Best 2 ball of 4

1. Tim Koelble (BC), Frank Timmins (BC), Dick Moser (BC), Woody Guessford (BC), 113

2. Jim Hart (BC), John Babyak (M), Don Baer (BC), Wells Ridenour (BC), 116

3. Von Nakayama (M), Mike Hogue (M), Lew Loving (BC), Ken Luckow (BC), 117

Low Gross

1. tie, Harry Pearce (BC) and Alan Friend (M) 77; 3. Mike Gribble (M) 79.


Basketball camp

The second “Coming Back to Give Back Camp” led by former St. Maria Goretti player Lee Green will be held Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Gael Center. The camp is for boys and girls ages 10 to 17. Cost is $49 per player. For more information, contact Green at 214-277-1660 or, or Tina Strelke at 469-576-6130 or

Golf tournament

The Hagerstown Youth Football and Athletic Association will host a golf tournament at Hagerstown Greens at Hamilton Run on July 9 beginning with registration at 9 a.m. before a shotgun start at 10:30. The tournament is a best-ball foursomes format with closest to the pin, longest drive and other contests. Cost is $300 per foursome, with a continental breakfast and lunch provided. All proceeds go to the youth football program. For more information, contact Randy Franklin at 301-988-3434 or

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