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Maugansville tops South Mountain

June 30, 2011

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

YOUTH BASEBALL

BOONSBORO — Cody Reeder had three hits and an RBI as Maugansville beat South Mountain 12-9 in the opening round of the Maryland District 1 Junior Tournament on Wednesday.

Nathan Patey had three hits and Eric Medina added two for Maugansville, which will play at Valley in the winners’ bracket final on Friday.

Devan Nalley had three hits for South Mountain, which plays an elimination game at Conococheague on Friday.

District 1 9-10 Tournament

Federal 18, National 17

Federal rallied from a large early deficit and held off a late rally to beat National in the losers’ bracket of the District 1 9-10 Tournament.

No other information was available on the game. Federal will play host to Sharpsburg today at 6 p.m. in another elimination game, with the winner advancing to face Conococheague in the losers’ bracket final on Friday.


BOYS BASKETBALL

Mason Dixon Summer League

Chambersburg 71, Williamsport 36

Chambersburg: Skylar Roman 36.

Williamsport: Tyler Wise 20.

H&H Well Drilling 75, Martinsburg 64

H&H: Teddy Schoeck 17.

Martinsburg: Eugene German 21.

South Hagerstown 63, Goretti 49

South: Xavier Freeman 12.

Goretti: Yannick Zanfack 20.

Greencastle 76, Bikle 67

Greencastle: Denver Cordell 20.

Bikle: Jordan Fortson 20.


ADULT BASEBALL

Hagerstown Braves 5, Martinsburg Blue Sox 1

Braves: Connor Arnone, Marcellus Sumlin 2 hits, RBI each; Kevin Brashears double; Brent Windon winning pitcher, 6 IP.


ADULT SOFTBALL

Washington County Sr. Softball

Funkstown Tavern 18, Terry Toms Re/Max 16

Funkstown: Ron Knable 4 hits, HR; Nick Fratrick 4 hits; Ron Gentile 3 hits.

Washington County Co-Rec League

Rhodes Computer Service 28, Ellsworth Electric 9

Rhodes: Ben Widder 4 hits, HR; Courtney Long, John Slick 4 hits each; Donnie Shilling 3 hits, HR; Josh Baer 2 hits; Chaz Rose HR.

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Editor's note — This story was edited June 30, 2011 to correct Cody Reeder's first name in the first paragraph.

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