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March 06, 2012
  • Several members of the Williamsport Wrestling Club recently placed at the MDWAY Youth State Wrestling Championships in Baltimore. From left to right are: Front row -- Adin Hastings (fifth), Brycen Fraley (third) and Zach Starr (second); Middle row -- Nick Kelbaugh (second), Justin Beckley (third), Bret Artz (second), Brandon Oyster (fourth) and Ray Davis (fifth); Back row -- Elijah Dozier (first), Lukas Nalley (second), Coby Brady (fourth), Connor Thomas (fifth), Jerry Moschel (fourth), Mark Davis (third) and Cody Crawford (first).
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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

COLLEGE BASEBALL

HCC wins two more games in Florida

VERO BEACH, Fla. — Hagerstown Community College won both of its games Tuesday at the Vero Beach Collegiate Challenge, defeating Rochester (Mich.) 12-3 and Penn State-Beaver 6-3 to improve to 8-1 for the season.

Against Rochester, pitchers Kevin Bair (1-0), Dylan Ianaro and Dakota Deshong combined on a two-hitter with nine strikeouts, while Danny Morris and Cole Sellers led the Hawks’ 12-hit attack. Morris had two hits, including a home run, and four RBIs, while Sellers had two hits, including a home run, and two RBIs.

Trevor Haupt hit a three-run double and finished with four RBIs for HCC, while Drew DeShong had two hits and two RBIs and Dylan Dunn and Josh Knupp each added two hits.

Against Beaver, Chris Kulick had two hits and three RBIs for the Hawks, while Jacob Keeney had two hits and starter David Meikrantz (1-0) pitched six solid innings for the win.

HCC 12, Rochester (Mich.) 3
HCC    101    271    0    —    12    12    3
Rochester    101    010    0    —    3    2    3
Bair, Ianaro (6), Deshong (7) and Haupt. Early, Fenech (5) and Murphy. WP — Bair (1-0). LP — Early. HR — HCC 2 (Sellers 3rd, none on), Morris (5th, two on).
HCC 6, PSU-Beaver 3
HCC    220    200    0    —    6    7    1
Beaver    001    011    0    —    3    5    1
Meikrantz, Eyler (7) and Torres. Wilkins, Remsberger (4), Raona (7) and Beaty. WP — Meikrantz (1-0). LP — Wilkins. Sv — Eyler (1).


COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Bloomsburg 4-5, Shepherd 2-1

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Bloomsburg, the No. 18 team in NCAA Division II, improved to 6-0 with the doubleheader sweep of Shepherd (6-4).

Chelsie Oals and Jess Mason each had two hits for the Rams in the first game, and Bianca Biondillo had two hits for Shepherd in the second game.


BOYS BASKETBALL

Martinsburg 69, Bridgeport 52

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Donte Grantham scored a game-high 26 points and Martinsburg outscored Bridgeport 17-5 in the first quarter en route to a West Virginia Region II victory over Bridgeport to qualify for the state tournament.

Grantham added 12 rebounds and two blocks to finish with a double-double, Brandon Ashenfelter also had a double-double with 13 points and 16 rebounds, Jordan Robinson had 12 points and five rebounds and Jalen Lewis had five assists for the Bulldogs (22-2).

BRIDGEPORT
T. Sprouse 8, Haywood 24, Koon 10, R. Sprouse 2, Kornbrath 4, Wilsong 2, Bonamico 2. Totals 20 5-9 52.
MARTINSBURG (22-2)
Robinson 12, Lewis 5, Gilmore 2, Cole 4, Thompson 2, Ashenfelter 13, Grantham 26, German 3, Hairston 2. Totals 26 12-15 69.
Bridgeport    5    12    9    26    —    52
Martinsburg    17    13    18    21    —     69
3-point goals — Bridgeport 7 (T. Sprouse 2, Haywood 4, Koon); Martinsburg 5 (Robinson 2, Lewis, Grantham 2). Rebounds — Martinsburg 52 (Ashenfelter 16).


YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hagerstown Junior League

Elementary Division

Round Robin Tournament

Larry Allen 43, Saunders 30

Larry Allen: Likely 2, Summers 4, Williams 5, Shives 12, Blake 2, Michael 14, Coleman 4.

Saunders: Gaines 4, Townsend 4, Waters 18, Hykes 2, Gantt 2.

Alsatia 28, Homecare 25

Alsatia: Zinaich 8, Kercheval 4, Sprecher 6, Bingaman 4, VonPhilp 6.

Homecare: Stocks 8, Draper 2, Williams 2, Gasaway 5, Krumbeck 1, Robinson 6, Goree 2.

Boonsboro Area Boys League

Grades 7-8 Championship

Thompson’s Gas 50, H&H Ballers 26

Thompson’s: Gross 6, Elize 10, Mahoney 19, Kerr 7, Spitnale 8.

H&H: Hardy 2, Wells 11, Hull 4, Abrecht 2, Duft 2, Mason 5.

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