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Schultz, Boggs make Maryland Open cut

July 12, 2011
  • The West End Little League All-Stars took part in the Hagerstown Suns' Stars of Tomorrow program at Municipal Stadium on July 3.
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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

GOLF

BEL AIR, Md. — Beaver Creek golf pro Dirk Schultz and Fountain Head assistant Brian Boggs were the only two golfers among seven Washington County players to survive the 36-hole cut in the 90th annual Maryland Open at Maryland Golf & Country Club.

Schultz, who shot a 2-over-par 74 in the first round on Monday, came back Tuesday and shot a 1-under 71 to garner a tie for seventh place. His 145 is five shots behind co-leaders John O’Leary and Jim Estes.

Schultz opened with a 33 on the front nine and closed with a 38. He had three birdies on the front nine, but two bogeys on the back nine. In Monday’s round Schultz had a 10 on the par-5 fourth hole, but answered Tuesday with one of his birdies.

Forty-seven players (the top 40 and ties) made the cut to the final round today

Boggs shot a 3-over 75 to finish at 151, 7 over for 36 holes and making the cut in a tie for 38th place.

Beaver Creek’s Chuck Thatcher, who shot a 1-under 71 on Monday, posted an 83 and missed the cut at 154. Also at 154 was Beaver Creek’s Bernie Deane, who finished with a 76.

Alex Hoffman shot a second straight 76 and finished in a tie for 49th with 152. Fountain Head pro Jim Schouller carded a 76 and finished at 156 and Beaver Creek’s Chris Taylor had a 76 for 157.

Only eight golfers shot under par on Tuesday over the 6,938-yard layout.

Drury wins Yingling’s qualifier

Scot Drury shot a 1-over-par 55 to win the WACO Junior Golf Yingling’s No. 3 Qualifier. Andrew Miguel was second with a 55 and Chad Shindle finished third with a 56.

Applications available for WACO Open

Applications to play in the 2011 WACO Open tournament will be available today at Beaver Creek Country Club or for download from the club’s website at www.beavercreekcc.com.



TRACK & FIELD

Former Hub Key still racing

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Latashia Key, a 1990 North Hagerstown graduate who was a two-time Washington County cross country champion for the Hubs, recently competed in the 5,000-meter run at the World Masters Athletics championships.

Key, who lives in Indiana, placed eighth in the women’s 35-39 age division in 20:50.21.



ADULT SOFTBALL

Wash. County Co-Rec League

Hagerstown Medical Lab 22, 304 Mafia 19

Hagerstown Medical Lab: Mike Jorgensen 5 hits.

Deafnet 32, Young Guns 6

Deafnet: Brian Warner 6 hits, 3 HRs, 9 RBIs; Chris Fraley 5 hits, 5 RBIs; Shannon Eierman 4 hits, 6 RBIs; Amy Sines 3 hits, RBI.

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